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435. The New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. w., Oct. 16, 1766-August or September 1773.

Note: James Parker, after an absence of nearly five years from the field of journalism, on Oct. 16, 1766, opened a new printshop and began publishing a paper under the above title. He carried forward the volume and numbering of the paper of the same title which formerly had been published by John Holt and himself, but which since May 6, 1762, had been published soley by Holt. Ceased publication in 1773, probably in either August or September. The last issue located is that of July 12, 1773.

Publisher: Oct. 16, 1766, James Parker. (He died July 2, 1770.) July 9-Aug. 6, 1770, printer's name omitted. Aug. 13, 1770, Samuel Inslee and Anthony Car. Aug. 19, 1773, Samuel Franklin Parker and John Anderson.

L.C. file contains:


1767. Jan. 29. Mar. 26. Apr. 2. July 2. Nov. 26. Dec. 3, 31. Bled: Nov. 26. Mutilated: Jan. 29. Box 22, Fol. 2
1768. Feb. 1, 15. Box 22, Fol. 3
1769. Dec. 18. Supplement: July 24. Mutilated: Dec. 18. Box 22, Fol. 4
1770. Mar. 26. Apr. 2. May 6. Aug. 6. Supplement: May 7. Box 22, Fol. 4
1771. Mar. 4, 11 (p. 1, 2). Apr. 8. July 29. Aug. 5. Sept. 30. Oct. 7. Nov. 11. Box 22, Fol. 4
1772. Mar. 9. May 25. Sept. 28. Oct. 19. Nov. 23 (p. 1, 2). Box 22, Fol. 4
1773. Jan. 4. Feb. 8. Apr. 12. June 21. July 5, 12. Box 22, Fol. 4

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