Mottoes – 1730s

1730:

  1. Boston News-Letter, no heading.
  2. Boston Gazette, no heading.
  3. American Weekly Mercury, no heading.
  4. New-England Weekly Journal, “Containing the most Remarkable Occurrences Foreign & Domestick.”
  5. Maryland Gazette, no heading.

1731:

  1. Boston News-Letter, no heading.
  2. Boston Gazette, no heading.
  3. American Weekly Mercury, no heading.
  4. New-England Weekly Journal, “Containing the most Remarkable Occurrences Foreign & Domestick.”
  5. Weekly Rehearsal, “Floriferis ut apes in Saltibus omnia libant, Omnia nos itidem. Lucret. Fungar vice cotis, acutum Reddere que ferrum valet, exfors ipsa secondi. Hor.”
    • As bees taste of everything in the flowery meadows, so we feed on every golden word that falls from his lisp. — Lucretius.
    • I will perform the function of a whetstone, which is able to restore sharpness to iron, though itself unable to cut. – Horace.

1732:

  1. Boston News-Letter, no heading.
  2. Boston Gazette, “Published by Authority”
  3. American Weekly Mercury, no heading.
  4. New-England Weekly Journal, “Containing the most Remarkable Occurrences Foreign & Domestick.”
  5. Maryland Gazette, no heading.
  6. Weekly Rehearsal, no heading.
  7. Rhode Island Gazette, no heading.

1733:

  1. Boston News-Letter, no heading.
  2. Boston Gazette, “Published by Authority”
  3. American Weekly Mercury, no heading.
  4. New-England Weekly Journal, “Containing the most Remarkable Occurrences Foreign & Domestick.”
  5. Maryland Gazette, no heading.
  6. Weekly Rehearsal, no heading.
  7. Rhode Island Gazette, no heading.
  8. NY Weekly Journal, “Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick.”

1734:

  1. Boston News-Letter, no heading.
  2. Boston Gazette, “Published by Authority”
  3. American Weekly Mercury, no heading.
  4. New-England Weekly Journal, “Containing the most Remarkable Occurrences Foreign & Domestick.”
  5. Maryland Gazette, no heading.
  6. Weekly Rehearsal, no heading.
  7. NY Weekly Journal, “Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick.”

1735:

  1. Boston News-Letter, no heading.
  2. Boston Gazette, “Published by Authority”
  3. American Weekly Mercury, no heading.
  4. New-England Weekly Journal, “Containing the most Remarkable Occurrences Foreign & Domestick.”
  5. Boston Evening Post, no heading.
  6. Weekly Rehearsal, no heading.
  7. NY Weekly Journal, “Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick.”
  8. Boston Post-Boy, “Published by Authority.”

1736:

  1. Boston News-Letter, no heading.
  2. Boston Gazette, “Published by Authority”
  3. American Weekly Mercury, no heading.
  4. New-England Weekly Journal, “Containing the most Remarkable Occurrences Foreign & Domestick.”
  5. Boston Evening Post, no heading.
  6. NY Weekly Journal, “Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick.”
  7. Boston Post-Boy, “Published by Authority.”
  8. Virginia Gazette, “Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick.”
  9. PA Gazette, “Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick.”

1737:

  1. Boston News-Letter, no heading.
  2. Boston Gazette, no heading.
  3. American Weekly Mercury, no heading.
  4. New-England Weekly Journal, “Containing the most Remarkable Occurrences Foreign & Domestick.”
  5. Boston Evening Post, no heading.
  6. NY Weekly Journal, “Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick.”
  7. Boston Post-Boy, no heading.
  8. Virginia Gazette, “Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick.”
  9. PA Gazette, “Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick.”

1738:

  1. Boston News-Letter, no heading.
  2. Boston Gazette, no heading.
  3. American Weekly Mercury, no heading.
  4. New-England Weekly Journal, “Containing the most Remarkable Occurrences Foreign & Domestick.”
  5. Boston Evening Post, no heading.
  6. NY Weekly Journal, “Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick.”
  7. Boston Post-Boy, no heading.
  8. Virginia Gazette, “Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick.”
  9. PA Gazette, “Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick.”

1739:

  1. Boston News-Letter, no heading.
  2. Boston Gazette, no heading.
  3. American Weekly Mercury, no heading.
  4. New-England Weekly Journal, “Containing the most Remarkable Occurrences Foreign & Domestick.”
  5. Boston Evening Post, no heading.
  6. NY Weekly Journal, “Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick.”
  7. Boston Post-Boy, no heading.
  8. Virginia Gazette, “Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick.”
  9. PA Gazette, “Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick.”