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389. The American Minerva, patroness of peace, commerce, and the liberal arts. d., Dec. 9, 1793-Mar. 18, 1794.

Note: Continued by the American Minerva, patroness of peace, commerce, and the liberal arts and the New-York (evening) advertiser, starting with Mar. 19, 1794, and continuing one issue.

Publisher: George Bunce and Noah Webster, jr.

L.C. file contains:


1793. Dec. 9-31. 1 v.
Mutilated: Dec. 28.
Note: Facsimile of Dec. 9, in Americas oldest daily newspaper, classified as PN4899.N42G6.
NCPR Ref. Coll.
V. 704
1794. Jan. 6-Mar. 18. 1 v. Mutilated: Jan. 6, 17. Missing: Jan. 1, 2, 3, 4, 27, 28, Mar. 1. V. 705

MICROFORMS
1793-1794. Dec. 9-Mar. 18. (micropint)
1793-1794. Dec. 9-Mar. 18. (microfilm) #2903

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