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Marriage Records For The Year Of 1801
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The Impartial Observer was printed at Providence forBenoni Williams every Saturday morning at the Printing Office in the Market House Chamber, the first number appearing March 14, 1801, and ran one year, the last number appearing March 6, 1802.
It was a 4 page sheet, 4 columns to a page. Its price was $1.50 per year.
Mr. Williams anounces in the last number that a new paper "Liberty Sentinel" will appear March 13th following. Price $1.25 per year. Of this latter only a few numbers were printed. We have seen all but No. 17 of the above paper.
Brown, Samuel and Anstress B. Olney, daugh- ter of Simeon H., in this town, by Rev. Dr. Maxcy, Oct. 11, 1801 Carter, Rebecca, second daughter of John, Esq., and Amos Throop Jenckes, mer- chant, at the Episcopal Church, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, Sept. 20, 1801 Dyer, Elisha and Fanny Jones, Oct. 15, 1801 Eddy, Samuel, Esq., and Martha Wheaton, daughter of James, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 2, 1801 Jenckes, Amos Throop, merchant, and Re- becca Carter, second daughter of John, Esq., at the Episcopal Church, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, Sept. 20, 1801 Jones, Fanny and Elisha Dyer, Oct. 15, 1801 Mason, Ruth, daughter of Aaron, Esq., and Daniel Sheldon. Observer of Aug. 15, 1801 Olney, Anstress B., daughter of Simeon H., and Samuel Brown, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Maxcy, Oct. 11, 1801 Sheldon, Daniel and Ruth Mason, daughter of Aaron, Esq. Observer of Aug. 15, 1801 Wheaton, Martha, daughter of James, and Samuel Eddy, Esq., by Rev. Dr. Gano Dec. 2, 1801
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