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PHILADELPHIA.

601. The Pennsylvania gazette, and weekly advertiser. w., Jan. 5, 1779-Nov. 6, 1782.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania gazette, published at York, Pennsylvania. During the following brief periods, title was The Pennsylvania gazette: Feb. 20, Apr. 3-June 19, July 3-31, Sept. 18-Oct. 16, 1782. Continued by The Pennsylvania gazette (1782), starting with the issue of Nov. 13, 1782.

Publisher: William and David Hall, and William Sellers.

L.C. file contains:


1778. Broadside: To the public. Issued on Dec. 12, 1778, by Hall and Sellers, stating that the Gazette would be resumed in Philadelphia, and on Jan. 5, 1779, appeared an issue with the title of The Pennsylvania gazette, and weekly advertiser. Box 25, Fol. 17
1779. Feb. 10-Dec. 29. 1 v. Mutilated: Apr. 21.
Missing: Jan. 5, 13, 20, 27, Feb. 3.
V. 1298
1780. Jan. 5-Dec. 27. 1 v.
Mutilated: Mar. 15, Apr. 5. Missing: July 26, Nov. 8.
V. 1299
1781. Jan. 3-Dec. 26. 1 v.
Bled: Oct. 17, 24.
V. 1300
1782. Jan. 2-Nov. 6. 1 v.
Note: Bound with this: The Pennsylvania gazette (1782), Nov. 13-Dec. 24, 1782. Postscript: Feb. 18, July 24, Oct. 28.
Supplement: Jan. 30, Feb. 27, Mar. 6, 20, 27, Apr. 3, 17, Sept. 128, 25.
V. 1301

MICROFORMS
1779-1782. Jan. 5-Nov. 6. (microfilm) #1447

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