William Bradford (American Revolutionary printer)
American painter known for his marines (1823-1892)
William Bradford (1719 – September 25, 1791) was an American journalist, printer, soldier and patriot of the American Revolution.
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- Though I bequeath you no estate, I leave you in the enjoyment of liberty.
- 1791, The dying words.
- Sources: John W. Wallace, An Old Philadelphian: Colonel William Bradford (1884); Arthur M. Schlesinger, Sr., Prelude to Independence: The Newspaper War on Britain (1957); Carl and Jessica Bridenbaugh, Rebels and Gentlemen: Philadelphia in the Age of Franklin (1942)