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PORTSMOUTH.

317. The Freeman's journal, or, New-Hampshire gazette. w., May 25, 1776-June 9, 1778.

Note: Continuation of The New-Hampshire gazette, and historical chronicle. Continued by the New- Hampshire gazette, or, State journal, and general advertiser, starting with the issue of June 16, 1778.

Publisher: May 25, 1776, Benjamin Dearborn. Dec. 31, 1776, Daniel Fowle. (Fowle's name did not appear in the imprint until later.)

L.C. file contains:


1776. Oct. 12, 22. Nov. 19. Mutilated: Dec. 10. Box 16, Fol. 15
1777. Feb. 4. Mar. 4, 8. June 28. Aug. 16, 23. Mutilated: Mar. 4. Box 16, Fol. 15
1787. Jan. 6, 13. Mar. 3, 10. June 2. Supplement: Feb. 24. Mutilated: Mar. 3, June 2. Box 16, Fol. 15

MICROFORMS
1786-1788. May 25-June 9. Missing: May 10, Nov. 29, 1777. (microprint)
1786-1788. May 25-Mar. 31. (microfilm) #1930 ESR, NH, Na-Reel

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