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426. New-York daily gazette. d, Dec. 29, 1788-Apr. 26(?), 1795.

Note: Continuation of The Independent journal, or, The General advertiser. Paged continuously through 1788-1790. File contains index to V. 1, Dec. 29, 1788-Dec. 31, 1789. Between January 27 or 28, 1795 and sometime between Mar. 5-25, 1795, title was: The New York gazette. Sometime between Mar. 5-28, 1795, title again became known as New-York daily gazette. Continued by The New-York gazette and general advertiser, sometime between Apr. 27 and May 13, 1795.

Publisher: Dec. 29, 1788, John & Archibald M'Lean. (John M'Lean died May 18, 1789.) Aug. 5, 1789, Archibald M'Lean.

L.C. file contains:


1788. Dec. 29-31. 1 v. Note: Bound with Jan. 1-Mar. 31, 1789. Mutilated: Dec. 29. V. 819
1789. Jan. 1-Mar. 31. 1 v. Note: Bound with this: Dec. 29- 31, 1788. Bled: Mar. 20. V. 819
1789
Apr. 1-June 30. 1 v. Mutilated: May 15. V. 820
1789
July 1-Sept. 30. 1 v. V. 821
1789
Oct. 1-Dec. 31. 1 v. V. 822
1790. Apr. 3 (p. 1, 2). Box 21, Fol. 6
1792. July 26. Box 21, Fol. 6
1794. July 14, Sept. 29. Box 21, Fol. 6
1795. Apr. 6. Box 21, Fol. 6

MICROFORMS
1788-1795. Dec. 29-Apr. 25. (microfilm) #3293

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