Mills, Timothy (New York, N.Y.)
14 Ann Street
- (1804)New York City Directory,pg. 207.
(1805) 104 Pearl st..Jones's New-York mercantile and general directory,pg. 295.
(1806) " Six Cents Reward. Ran away on the 6th inst. an Apprentice to
bookbinding business named Nathaniel Foster, aged 15, has light hair and fair
complexion, mouth and teeth prominent--had on a black goatee and vest, nankeen (?)
pantaloons, and took with him other clothes. All persons are forbid harboring
him at their peril. Timothy Mills" New York Gazette, New York, New York,
October, 9, 1806.
2.( 1815-1820) 52 & 54 Beaver Street, Hannah French, "Early American Bookbinding by Hand" from: "Bookbinding in America" Lehmann-Haupt ed. 1967. pg.107.
- (1808) 102 Pearl. Longworth's American Almanac, pg. 233