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NEW HAVEN.

28. New-Haven gazette. w., May 13, 1784-Feb. 9, 1786.

Note: The firm was dissolved, and with the issue of Feb. 9, 1786, vol. 2, no. 92, the paper was published by Meigs and Dana. This issue was its last under the name of The New-Haven gazette. Bowen began publication of the New-Haven chronicle, Apr. 18, 1786, and Meigs & Dana established the New-Haven gazette and Connecticut magazine, Feb. 16, 1786.

Publisher: May 13, 1784, Josiah Meigs, Daniel Bowen, and Elecutherous Dana.
Feb. 9, 1786, Josiah Meigs and Eleutherous Dana.

L.C. file contains:

1784. May 13-Dec. 30. l v.
Mutilated: July 1, Aug. 5, Nov. 18, Dec. 30.
Missing: Sept. 9 (p. 3, 4).
V. 76
1785. Jan. 27.
Feb. 10, 24.
Mar. 10, 17.
Apr. 14.
May 26.
June 2, 9, 30.
July 7, 14.
Aug. 25.
Sept. 1.
Oct. 20.
Mutilated: Feb. 10, 24, Mar. 17, May 26, June 2.
Box 2, Fol. 12
1786. Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26.
Feb. 2.
Box 2, Fol. 12

MICROFORMS
1784-1786. May 13-Feb. 9. (microprint)
1784-1786. May 13-Feb. 9. (microfilm) #2889

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