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58. The Delaware gazette. w., s.w., t.w., Mar. 5, 1791-Sept. 7, 1799.

Note: Continuation of the Delaware gazette, and general advertiser. In September and October of 1798, suspended because of yellow fever epidemic. First issue when publication resumed was Oct. 27, 1798. Ceased publication with the issue of Sept. 7, 1799. Continued by the Mirror of the times & general advertiser, starting with the issue of Nov. 20, 1799.

Publisher:
Mar. 5, 1791, Peter Brynberg and Samuel Andrews. Sept. 8, 1795, for Robert Coram, by Vincent Bonsal and Caleb Starr.
Mar. 15, 1796, Vincent Bonsal and Caleb Starr. Oct. 29, 1796, William C. Smyth. Mar. 14, 1799, Vincent Bonsal and Hezekiah Niles, for John Vaughan and Daniel Coleman.

Periodicity varies:
Mar. 5, 1791-1795, weekly. Sept. 1795-Sept. 1796, semi-weekly. Sept. 6-Nov. 1796, tri-weekly. Nov. 5, 1796-Sept. 7, 1799, semi-weekly.

L.C. file contains:

1791. Apr. 2 (fragment),
July 16,
Aug. 27.
Box 4, Fol. 17
1792. May 5.
Dec. 1.
Box 4, Fol. 18
1793. June 15,
Oct. 19 (mutilated), Oct. 26.
Box 4, Fol. 19
1795. Feb. 21.
Aug. 22.
Nov. 3 (mutilated).
Box 4, Fol. 20
1796. June 7. Box 4, Fol. 21
1797. Feb. 4, 8.
May 27 (mutilated).
Box 4, Fol. 22
1799 Feb. 20. Box 4, # 23.

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