Centinel of Liberty and George-Town Advertiser, May 31, 1796
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Includes note by Frank Barnum, S.J.: "In the latter part of March 1899, the central room of the North Building, formerly the College Parlor, was completely renovated. While the workmen were taking down the old washboard around the floor, this copy of the Centinel of Liberty was found in between the washboard and the wall. Frank Barnum, S.J. March 20, 1899 This room was used then as a bedroom for Post Graduates and was re-arranged to hold the Bric-a-brac given by Mrs. L.B. Hughes."
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