Morris, Daniel (Philadelphia, PA)
184 St. Johns Street
Pennsylvania ( 1802) 1.
Hannah French, "Early American Bookbinding by Hand" from: "Bookbinding in America" Lehmann-Haupt ed. 1967. pg. 111.
(1802) Philadelphia City Directory, pg. 175 Same address in 1803, pg. 180.
Daniel Morris seems to have been in Philadelphia AND Utica N. Y. in 1802 and
- Main Street, nearly opposite the School House, Utica New York. "Their
first minister was Rev. Daniel Morris who arrived early in 1802 from
Philadelphia. He was a bookbinder by trade, and not finding enough to employ
him in his ministerial charge, or not receiving there from an adequate
livelihood, he carried on his business of binding." M. M. Bragg, Pioneers of
Utica, pg. 152. Advertisement verifies his arrival and adddress in: The
Patriot, Utica New York, May 9, 1803