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In colonial times, what is an "addresser"?

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In colonial times, what is an "addresser"?

Posted: 31 Mar 2013 2:08PM GMT
Classification: Query
For once the internet has let me down! I cannot for the life of me find an answer to this question. I have several people in my tree that have the following phrases in their bio-sketches:
--He was an "Addresser of letters for Gov. Hutchinson of Massachusetts".
--He was in 1780, an addresser of Sir Henry Clinton.
--He was an Addresser of Gage in 1775, and in 1776 he was at Halifax.
So what exactly *is* an Addresser? Is it an occupation or job title? A governmental appointment? A public office?
If I were to add these things as events in a profile, what would I call them? I would really appreciate anny help I can get on this.

Thanks in advance!
C L Carl
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dataqueeen 31 Mar 2013 8:08PM GMT 
NancyRutman 24 May 2013 12:45AM GMT 
dataqueeen 25 May 2013 11:21PM GMT 
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