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CARLISLE.

523. The Carlisle gazette, and the western repository of knowledge.w., Aug. 10, 1785-Jan. 1, 1794.

Note: Title for the issues of Dec. 11, 18, 1793, and Jan. 1, 1794, was abbreviated to The Carlisle gazette (1793), because of reduced size. Continued by Kline's Carlisle weekly gazette, starting with the issue of Jan. 8, 1794.

Publisher: Aug. 10, 1785, George Kline and George Reynolds. Aug. 3, 1791, George Kline.

L.C. file contains:


1785. Aug. 10-Dec. 28. 1 v. Bled: Oct. 12. Missing: Aug. 10 (p. 1, 2). V. 1049
1786. Jan. 4-Dec. 27. 1 v. Mutilated: Sept. 20, Nov. 29. Missing: Aug. 9, 16. V. 1050
1787. 1787. Jan. 3-Dec. 26. 1 v. Mutilated; Sept. 26. Postscript: Sept. 26. V. 1051
1788. Jan. 2-July 30. 1 v. Bled: Feb. 6, 13, 20, Mar. 12, Apr. 30, May 14, 21. V. 1052
1790. June 9 (bled). Box 23, Fol. 33
1791. Feb. 16, 23. Photostats. Box 23, Fol. 33
1793. Nov. 27 (mutilated). Box 23, Fol. 33

MICROFORMS
1785-1794. Aug. 17-Jan. 1. Missing: Sept. 29, 1790, Jan. 12, 1791, Apr. 10, 1793. (microprint)
1785-1794. Aug. 10-Jan. 1. (microfilm) #2907

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