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"Port Hope Gazette News Boy's Address To His Patrons"
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- Textual record
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CA ON00154 2008.6-2008.6.1.30
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- Furby, William
- Port Hope, Municipality of
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0.01m textual records
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William Furby (1799-1881) was born in Bridlington, Yorkshire, England. He was the husband of Ann Manning. He came to Port Hope in 1826 was the first printer in Port Hope and published the Gazette. He was the father of Fanny, John M., and Florence.
Papers were found in the attic of 1 Brown Drive, the former home of William Furby, one of the early printers in Port Hope. The house was originally on Walton Street, before it was moved.
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Item is a copy of the "Port Hope Gazette News Boy's Address to his Patrons," 1 Jan 1845. Poem about being a newsboy.