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301. New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal and general advertiser . w., June 16, 1778-Feb. 16, 1779.

Note: The New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal and general advertiser, was established follow- ing the suspension of the Exeter newspaper, The Exeter journal, or, The New-Hampshire gazette, and Tuesday's general advertiser. The new title began publication for both Exeter and Portsmouth, and issues were identical, except for the imprint. With the issue of Feb. 23, 1779, the title of the Exeter paper again became The Exeter journal, or, The New-Hampshire gazette, and Tuesdays' general advertiser. In Portsmouth, the New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal and general advertiser continued on from Feb. 23- May 25, 1779. On June 1, 1779, the New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal and general advertiser, was again printed for both Portsmouth and Exeter; although issues of Dec. 25, 1779, Jan. 1, 1800, and Feb. 27, 1781, have been located bearing the Exeter imprints of Zechariah Fowle. The dual publication was continued until June 4, 1781, when the Portmouth title became the New-Hampshire gazette State journal, and general advertiser, starting with the issue of June 11, 1781. All issues from June 1, 1779-June 4, 1781, are listed in this bibliograpy under Portsmouth.

Publisher: Zechariah Fowle.

L.C. file contains:


1778. June 23. July 14, 21, 28. Nov. 4. Dec. 1. Mutilated: July 14, 21, 28, Nov. 4. Box 15, Fol. 27

MICROFORMS
1778-1779. June 16-Feb. 16. (microfilm)(#3287)

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