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NEWFIELD.

40. American telegraphe. w., Apr. 8, 1795-July 6, 1796; Apr. 5, 1797-Oct. 29, 1800.

Note: Between July 13, 1796-Mar. 29, 1797, the title was: American telegraphe, & Fairfield County gazette. As of Apr. 5, 1797, title again became known as the American telegraphe. In October 1800 the village of Newfield was incorporated under the name of Bridgeport; the last issue of the New field imprint is that Oct. 29, 1800, vol. 6, no. 43, and the name Bridgeport appears in the imprint with the issue of Nov. 5, 1800.

Publisher: Apr. 8, 1795, Lazarus Beach and Ira Jones.
Apr. 5, 1797, Lazarus Beach.

L.C. file contains:

1795. Apr. 8-Dec. 30. 1 v.
Note: Bound with 1796 and the American telegrpahe, & Fairfield County gazette, July 13, 1796-Mar. 29, 1797.
Mutilated: Oct. 14.
Missing: July 22 (p. 3, 4).
V. 94
1796. Jan. 6-July 6. 1 v.
Note: Bound with 1795 and the American telegraphe, & Fairfield County gazette, July 13, 1796-Mar. 29, 1797.
V. 94

MICROFORMS
1795-1796. Apr. 8-Dec. 28. (microfilm) #3323

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