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393. The Argus, or, Greenleaf's new daily advertiser. d., May 16, 1795-Aug. 2, 1796.

Note: Continuation of The Argus, & Greenleaf's new daily advertiser. Continued by Greenleaf's new daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Aug. 3, 1796.

Publisher: May 16, 1795, Thomas Greenleaf.

L.C. file contains:


1795. May 16-June 30. 1 v.
Note: Bound with this: The Argus, & Greenleaf's new daily advertiser, May 11-15, 1795.
Mutilated: May 18, 22, June 30.
V. 706
1795
July 1-Sept. 30. 1 v. Mutilated: July 23. Extraordinary: Aug. 3. V. 707
1795
Oct. 1-Nov. 21. 1 v. Missing: Nov. 21 (p. 3, 4). V. 708
1796. Apr. 7-June 30. 1 v. Mutilated: May 3. Missing: Apr. 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 27, May 27, June 28. Bled: June 18, 21, 22. Extra: May 31. V. 709
1796
July 1-Aug. 2. 1 v.
Note: Bound with this: Argus. Greeneleafs new daily advertiser, Aug. 3-Sept. 30, 1796. Missing: July 22, 23.
V. 710

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