Hyndshaw, John (New York, NY)
Market st. op. Presbyterian meeting-house
New York ( 1745) 3.
1.b. 1700 d. 1741, Mentioned in Ben Franklin's Pennsylvania Gazette Feb 25
1729. Hinshaw Family Association.
- (1730) At the Sign of the Two Bibles, in Market Street, over against the
Presbyterian Meeting-House. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. French EAB. pg.113
(1731) Bookseller and Bookbinder. Pennsylvania Gazette March 18, 1731
(1741) Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., New Jersey . Documents Relating to the
State of New Jersey Colonial Documents first series Vol. XXX , pg. 14
(1745). New York, 1745, At the Sign of the Bible, near the Old-Slip Market
St.,Bookbinder and Bookseller. Hannah French, "Early American Bookbinding by
Hand" from: "Bookbinding in America" Lehmann-Haupt ed. 1967. pg.106.
(1747) "Binds any Sort of Books after the neatest and best Manner."The New York Gazette / Weekly Post-Boy June, 8, 1747.
Near the old Slip Charles Evans American Bibliography; a Chronological
Dictionary of all Books and Pamphlets , vol. 2 1639-1820. pg. 340