Hyndshaw, John (New York, NY)

John Hyndshaw


Market st. op. Presbyterian meeting-house

Philadelphia  (1729)

New York ( 1745)  3.

1.b. 1700 d. 1741, Mentioned in Ben Franklin's Pennsylvania Gazette Feb 25
1729. Hinshaw Family Association.

  1. (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

  1. (1741) Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., New Jersey  . Documents Relating to the
    State of New Jersey Colonial Documents first series Vol. XXX , pg. 14

  2. (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.

  3. (1747) "Binds any Sort of Books after the neatest and best Manner."The New York Gazette / Weekly Post-Boy June, 8, 1747.

  4. Near the old Slip Charles Evans American Bibliography; a Chronological
    Dictionary of all Books and Pamphlets , vol. 2 1639-1820. pg. 340

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