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104. The Maryland gazette. w., Jan. 17, 1745-Dec. 25, 1800+

Note: Between Jan. 17, 1745-Oct. 3, 1765, many issues have the following listed below the title: "Containing the freshest advices foreign and domestic". Some issues contain the words: "In uncertain hopes of resurrection to life again". Other issues contain either the words "expiring", "reviving", or "revived". The publication was suspended for a time in 1765, because of the Stamp Act. Continued by the Maryland gazette, and political intelligencer, starting with the issue of Jan. 28, 1813.

Publisher: Jan. 17, 1745, Jonas Green.
Oct. 26, 1759, Jonas Green and William Rind.
Jan. 30, 1766, Jonas Green. (Supplements of Oct. 17, 24, 31, 1765, and issue of Dec. 10, 1765, also printed by Jonas Green. He died in 1767.)
Apr. 16, 1767, Anne Catharine Green.
Jan. 7, 1768, Anne Catarine and William Green. (William Green died in 1770.)
Aug. 23, 1770, Anne Catharine Green.
Jan. 2, 1772, Anne Catharine Green and son (Frederick). She died Mar. 23, 1775.)
Mar. 30, 1775, Frederick Green.
Apr. 30, 1779, Fredrick and Samuel Green.

Size Varies: Quarto in 1746; other years folio.

L.C. file contains:

1746. Apr. 22.
Dec. 30.
Mutilated: Apr. 22, Dec. 30.
Box 7, # 5
1747. Jan. 20 (?).
Note: Title and issue date are torn off and the latest date appearing in the text is Jan. 20, 1746/47.
Box 7, # 5
1748. Oct. 26. Box 7, Fol. 5
1752. Apr. 16-Dec. 28. 1 v.
Mutilated: Apr. 30, May 7, Sept. 28.
Missing: May 14, 21, June 4, 11, July 9, Nov. 2, 30, Dec. 21.
V. 186
1753. Jan. 4-Dec. 6. 1 v.
Mutilated: Jan. 18, 25, July 26, Oct. 18.
Missing: Jan. 11, Mar. 1, Apr. 12, 26, May 3, 10, 24, June 7, 14 (p. 3, 4), Aug. 30, Sept. 13, 20, 27, Nov. 22, Dec. 13, 20, 27.
V. 187
1754. Jan. 17-Dec. 26. 1 v.
Bled: Feb. 7.
Mutilated: Jan. 17, Feb. 21, Mar. 28, Nov. 28, Dec. 19, 26.
Missing: Jan. 3, 10, 24, 31, Feb. 7 (p. 1, 2), 28, Mar. 7, June 13, Sept. 19 (p. 1, 2).
V. 188
1755. Jan. 2-Oct. 30. 1 v.
Mutilated: June 12, Aug. 21.
Missing: July 24, 31, Aug. 7, 14.
V. 189
1760. May 1.
June 12.
Aug. 21.
Sept. 11.
Box 7, Fol. 5A
1761. July 9, 16, 23, 30.
Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27.
Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24.
Oct. 1.
Photostat: Sept. 3.
Box 7, Fol. 6
1763. Oct. 6. Box 7, Fol. 7
1764. Jan. 26-Dec. 20. 1 v.
Supplement: May 3, 24.
Mutilated: July 26.
Missing: Jan. 5, 12, 19, Dec. 20 (p. 3, 4), 27.
V. 190
1765. Jan. 3-Dec. 10. 1 v.
(Bound with 1766 and 1767.)
Mutilated: July 4, 11, 25, Aug. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, Sept. 5.
Missing: Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7, 14, 28, Mar. 7, 21, 28, Apr. 4, 11, 18, 25, May 2, 16, 23, July 18, Sept. 26 (p. 3, 4).
Bled: Oct. 31.
Note: The newspaper ceased publication for a time in 1765 as a result of the Stamp Act. The issue of Oct. 10, 1765, no. 1066, was headed "Maryland gazette, expiring: In uncertain Hopes of a Resurrection to Life again. On Oct. 17, an unnumbered issue was published, entitled "A Supplement to the Maryland gazette, of last week; on Oct. 24 there appeared another issue entitled "Second before last"; and on Oct. 31 another issue entitled "Third and last supplement to the Maryland gazette, of the tenth instant". On Dec. 10, 1765, an issue was published entitled: "An Apparition of the late Maryland gazette, which is not dead, but only sleepeth", which announced its revival within a few weeks. On Jan. 30, 1766, there appeared "The Maryland gazette, reviving", no. 1067, resuming the former numbering and published by Jonas Green. This was followed by "The Maryland gazette, revived", no. 1068, on Feb. 20, 1766; and "The Maryland gazette", no. 1069, on Mar. 6, 1766, after which publication proceeded regu- larly.
V. 191
1766. Jan. 30-Dec. 26. 1 v.
Note: Bound with this: 1765.
Extraordinary: May 8, June 19.
Supplement: May 1.
Mutilated: May 1, June 19, extra. June 19, Oct. 30.
Missing: May 22 (p. 1, 2), Oct. 2, 9, Nov. 6.
Note: June 19, 1766, follows July 11, 1765.
V. 191
1767. Jan. 1-Oct. 8. (Bound with this: 1765.)
Mutilated: June 11.
Missing Feb. 19, 26, Mar. 5, 12, 19, Apr. 16, 23, 30, May 7, June 4, 25 (p. 3, 4), July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27, Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24, Oct. 1.
Bled: Jan. 8.
V. 191
1768. May 19.
June 2, 16.
July 21.
Aug. 4, 18, 25.
Sept. 1, 8, 29.
Oct. 6, 20, 27.
Nov. 10, 17, 24.
Dec. 1.
Supplement: May 19, June 2, Oct. 20.
Mutilated: Nov. 17, 24, Dec. 1.
Box 7, Fol. 8
1769. May 11. Box 7, Fol. 9
1771. Mar. 7.
June 27.
July 4.
Oct. 17 (p. 1, 2).
Mutilated: June 27.
Box 7, Fol. 10
1773. Apr. 22-Dec. 23. 1 v.
Supplement: May 6, 27, June 24.
Mutilated: June 10, July 1, 8, Sept. 16, Oct. 7, 14, Nov. 18, Dec. 2, 23.
V. 192

Dec. 2. Box 7, Fol. 11
1774. May 26. Box 7, Fol. 11
1776. Mar. 28.
May 23.
June 27.
Box 7, Fol. 12
1777. Apr. 10.
Note: Suspended publication with the issue of Dec. 25, 1777; resumed with the issue of Apr. 30, 1779.
Box 7, Fol. 13
1784. Aug. 5, 19, 26. Box 7, Fol. 14
1786. May 25.
July 27.
Aug. 3, 17.
Sept. 28.
Oct. 5 (p. 1, 2), 19, 26.
Nov. 2, 30.
Box 7, Fol. 15
1787. Jan. 4, 18.
Feb. 15, 22.
June 21, 28.
Aug. 2, 9.
Sept. 27.
Oct. 4, 25.
Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29.
Dec. 6.
Mutilated: Feb. 22, June 28.
Box 7, Fol. 16
1788. May 1. Box 7, Fol. 17
1790. Jan. 7-Dec. 30. 1 v.
Missing: Jan. 7 (p. 3, 4), Feb. 18, Mar. 11, May 20, July 8, Aug. 12, 26, Oct. 21.
Mutilated: Oct. 7.
V. 193
1791. Jan. 20, 27. Box 7, Fol. 18
1792. Feb. 16.
May 17, 24.
Sept. 20.
Supplement: Sept. 27.
Fragment: Feb. 16.
Mutilated: May 17, 24.
Box 7, Fol. 19
1793. Apr. 18 (p. 1,2). Box 7, Fol. 19
1795. May 14-Dec. 31. 1 v. V. 194
1796. Jan. 7-Dec. 29. 1 v. V. 195
1797. Jan. 5-Dec. 28. 1 v. V. 196
1798. Jan. 4-May 10. 1 v.
Mutilated: May 10.
V. 197
1800. Sept. 4.
Nov. 20.
Box 7, Fol. 20

MICROFORMS
1745-1800+ Jan. 17-Dec. 25 + (microfilm) (#1181)

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