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PENNSYLVANIA

PHILADELPHIA.

572. Gazette of the United States.s.w., Nov. 3, 1790-Sept. 18, 1793.

Note: Removed from New York and continued at Philadelphia with the issue of Nov. 3, 1790. Paged continuously, and probably indexed, through the issue of Sept. 18, 1793. Continued by the Gazette of the United States and evening advertiser, starting with the issue of Dec. 11, 1793.

Publisher: Nov. 3, 1790, John Fenno.

L.C. file contains:


1790. Nov. 3-Dec. 29. 1 v. V. 1175
1791. Jan. 1-Dec. 31. 1 v. Note: Index for Apr. 27, 1791-May 29, 1792, is bound at the front of this volume. V. 1176
1792. Jan. 4-Dec. 29. 1 v. Mutilated: Sept. 29. V. 1177

June 2-Dec. 29. 1 v. Note: Set 2. Bound with this: Jan. 2-Sept. 18, 1793, Set 2. V. 1179
1793. Jan. 2-Sept. 18. 1 v. Mutilated: Sept. 18. Note: Suspended publication after Sept. 18, because of the yellow fever epidemic. V. 1178

Jan. 2-Sept. 18. 1 v. Note: Set 2. Bound with June 2- Dec. 29, 1792, Set 2. V. 1179

MICROFORMS
1790-1793. Nov. 3-Sept. 18. (microprint)
1790-1793. Nov. 3-Sept. 18. (microfilm) #1904
1790-1793. Nov. 3-Sept. 18. (microfilm) #2906

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