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413. The Herald; a gazette for the country. s.w., June 4, 1794- Sept. 30, 1797.

Note: A semi-weekly edition of The American Minerva; an evening advertiser, for subscribers in the country. Index to v. 1, June 4, 1794-June 2, 1795. Continued by The Spectator, starting with the issue of Oct. 4, 1797.

Publisher: June 4, 1794, George Bunce and Noah Webster, jr. May 4, 1796, George F. Hopkins, Joseph D. Webb, and Noah Webster, jr. May 17, 1797, George F. Hopkins and Noah Webster, jr.

L.C. file contains:


1794. June 4-Dec. 31. 1 v. Supplement: Oct. 13. Index: Vol. 1, 1794. V. 805
1795. Jan. 3-June 27. 1 v. Extra: Feb. 4, April 11. Mutilated: Jan. 7, Feb. 4 extra, Apr. 1, May 27. V. 806
1795
July 1-Dec. 30. 1 v. V. 807
1796. Jan. 2-June 29. 1 v. Extra: Mar. 30, Apr. 6. Bled: Jan. 23, 30, May 25. V. 808
1796
July 2-Dec. 31. 1v V. 809
1797. Jan. 4-June 28. 1 v. Extraordinary: June 3. V. 810
1797
July 1-Sept. 30. 1 v. Supplement: Aug. 5. Missing: Aug. 26. V. 811

MICROFORMS
1794-1797. June 4-Sept. 30. (microprint)
1794-1797. June 4-Sept. 30. (microfilm) #2903

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