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LITCHFIELD.

15. The Monitor. w., Jan. 11, 1792-Aug. 20, 1794; Feb. 28, 1798-Feb. 26, 1800+

Note: Continuation of the Litchfield monitor (1781), and also continued by the Litchfield monitor, starting with the issue of Aug. 27, 1794. Title again became The Monitor between the dates of Feb. 28, 1798-Feb. 26, 1800. Continued as The Farmer's monitor, starting with the issue of Mar. 5, 1800. The Monitor finally ceased on June 8, 1803.

Publisher: Jan. 11, 1792-Aug. 20, 1794, Thomas Collier and David Buel. Feb. 28, 1798, Thomas Collier.

L.C. file contains:

1798. July 18-Dec. 26. 1 v.
Mutilated: Aug. 15, Sept. 5, Oct. 10.
Missing: Sept. 19, Oct. 24, Dec. 5.
V. 41
1799. Jan. 9-Dec. 25. 1 v.
Supplement: Sept. 11.
Mutilated: July 3, Sept. 11, Nov. 6.
Missing: Jan. 2, Apr. 17, July 31, Oct. 2, 23.
V. 42
1800. Jan. 1, 15, 22, 29.
Feb. 5, 12.
Box 4, Fol. 1

MICROFORMS
1792. Jan. 11-Dec. 13. (microprint)
1793-1794. Nov. 6-Aug. 20. (microprint)
1799-1800. Jan. 15-Feb. 26. (microprint)
Note: Microfilm holdings duplicating microprint, under control: #3112

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