Mathew Carey (January 28, 1760 – September 16, 1839) was an Irish-born American publisher and economist who lived and worked in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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... On March 8, 1821, Isaac married Frances Anne Carey (1799–1873), daughter of Mathew Carey, the Philadelphia publisher ... Mathew Carey, born in Ireland in 1760, came to the United States in 1784, escaping prosecution by the British government for his outspoken criticism of Britain's Irish ... During a period of exile in Paris, Carey had met Benjamin Franklin, for whose print shop he worked ...
... 1943, Publishers Weekly created the Carey-Thomas Award for creative publishing, naming it in honor of Mathew Carey and Isaiah Thomas ...
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“One thing I am determined on is that by the time I die my brain shall weigh as much as a mans if study and learning can make it so.”
—M. Carey Thomas (18571935)