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HARTFORD.

5. The Connecticut courant, and Hartford weekly intelligencer. w., June 7, 1774-Feb. 10, 1778.

Note: Continuation of The Connecticut Courant. Continued by The Connecticut courant, with the issue of Feb. 17, 1778. Starting with the issue of Feb. 24, 1778, title became The Connecticut courant and the weekly intelligencer.

Publisher: June 7, 1774, Ebenezer Watson (Watson died Sept. 16, 1777). Sept. 22, 1777, no publisher given. Jan. 6, 1778, Hannah Watson and George Goodwin.

L.C. file contains:

1774. June 7-Dec. 26. 1 v.
Note: Bound with The Connecticut courant, Jan. 4-May 31, 1774.
Extraordinary: Sept. 15.
Supplement: June 21.
Mutilated: Sept. 6.
V. 14
1775. Jan. 2-Dec. 11. 1 v.
Supplement: Apr. 10.
Mutilated: Oct. 9.
Note: Dec. 11, no. 572, was the last issue of 1775.
V. 15
1776. Jan. 15-Dec. 30. v
Mutilated: Jan. 15, Nov. 25.
Missing: May 13, June 17.
Note: Jan. 15, no. 573, was the first issue of 1776.
V. 16
1777. Jan. 6-Dec. 30. 1 v. V. 17
1778. Jan. 6-Feb. 10. 1 v.
Note: Bound with this: The Connecticut courant, Feb. 17, 1778; the Connecticut courant and weekly intelligencer, Feb. 24- Dec. 29, 1778.
V. 18

MICROFORMS
1774-1778. June 7-Feb. 10.
Note: Two sets of film covering the same dates.
(microfilm)(#2520)
(#2983)
1774-1778. June 7-Feb. 10. (microprint)

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