John Campbell

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Campbell, John,

1653–1728, American editor, b. Scotland. After emigrating to Boston, he was postmaster of the city from 1702 to 1718 and wrote newsletters for regular patrons. In 1704 he started printing these newsletters as a weekly half sheet, devoted mostly to foreign news, entitled the Boston News-Letter. Sold to Bartholomew Green in 1722, it was the first successfully established paper to appear in colonial America.
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Tilem was the trial attorney, John Campbell handled the matter during pre-trial litigation and associate, Jean Melino handled motion practice, including a successful motion to preclude some prosecution evidence.
As ever, with John Campbell, the quality of his writing and the pace of his narrative are some compensation for the resort, not so much to essentials as to individuals; for all the reflections of disappointment engendered by this book, the moral of which is likely to reinforce the prevailing sense of cynicism about the state of modern politics, John Campbell is a historian who is always worth reading.
James Martin, from BBC TV's Saturday Kitchen, TV regular Paul Gayler and award-winning chefs John Campbell and Chris Galvin each designed and supervised a course at the event.
The British Boxing Board of Control Northern Ireland area council secretary, John Campbell, said: "The fight is now not on.
The company exhibited the different timber on offer and its contracts manager John Campbell said: "Not only does using sustainable local wood have obvious environmental benefits, it's also increasingly commercially attractive thanks to the rise in green-conscious customers.
The bride's brother, John Campbell Underwood III of Jackson, served as groomsman, along with Lt.
FOR HIS TIRELESS EFFORTS on behalf of the CPA profession, Congressman John Campbell is CalCPA's 2006 Distinguished Service Award winner.