marriages are mentioned, but in the issue of Feb. 29 is, died, Last week at Medford
in an advanced age, Mr. Zachariah Pool
of that place.
But ere this, on Jan. 15, was the following,
Last Sabbath fo'night died at Wenham Mrs. Mary Hall
aged 21, Wife of Ebenezer Hall, one of the Printers of this Paper, and Daughter of Capt. Josiah Orne
Her remains were interred at Salem
the Thursday following.
And again on Feb. 22,
On Wednesday evening, last week, departed this life after a short illness, Mr. Ebenezer Hall
, in the 27th year of his age, for many years one of the Printers of this Paper—having survived his Wife only six weeks. His remains were respectfully interred at Medford
Samuel Hall, original and surviving Publisher of this Paper, intends to continue the Publication of it as usual.
His being seized with a violent sickness just after his brothers illness commenced, will, it is hoped induce his kind customers to excuse the disappointment of a paper last week and the printing of but half a sheet this.
In April, the paper was issued from new quarters in Boston
‘on School street, next below Mr. Brackets
tavern,’ and later in the year sold to Powars & Willis
, who changed its name to The Independent Chronicle and Universal Advertiser