Patten, Nathaniel (Boston , Norwich, MA CT)
Bookbinder, Stationer and Bookseller
"Mr. Patten had left Boston on account of the troubles with the mother
country in which that town was so deeply involved, and probably returned to it
as soon as the British troops were withdrawn." Francis Manwaring Caulkins,
History of Norwich Connecticut,1874, pgs. 361-362
(1774, May) Norwich Green, Norwich CT, "Near the east end of the Plain"
... "to bind, gilt and letter books in as splendid a manner as can be done in
London" Francis Manwaring Caulkins, History of Norwich Connecticut,1874,pgs.
3.(1777) Hartford, Printed and sold by Nathaniel Patten. : Paul Leicester
Ford The New England Primer, a History, 1897, pg. 303
- (1786) Johnathan Edwards, Mr Nathaniel Patten, Hartford, Subscriber to A
history of the Work of Redemption, pg. XX.
5.(1778) "possibly the same Nathaniel Patten, a bookbinder... joined with Bemis to build a paper-mill" American Paper Mills 1690-1832, John Bidwell pg.96
- (1780), "A Little North of the Court House in Hartford " : The Connecticut
Currants Tuesday Feb. 22, 1780. From: Paul Leicester Ford The New England
Primer, a History, 1897, pg. 316.(same listing in 1781. ibid. pg 317)
7.(1793) Printed by Nathaniel Patten. Nehemiah Strong, An Almanack for 1793,
Hartford in U. To Toronto Library.