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PHILADELPHIA.

602. The Pennsylvania herald, and general advertiser.s.w., t.w., May 31, 1786-Feb. 14, 1788.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania evening herald, and the American monitor. Paged continuously. The title page for vol. 3 and 4, Jan. 25, 1786-Jan. 20, 1787, is bound at the front of the volume for May-June, 1786. The index of vol. 3, Jan. 25- July 22, 1786, is bound following the issue of July 22, 1786; and the index of vol. 4, July 26, 1786-Jan. 20, 1787, appears in the issue of Jan. 20, 1787. The last issue located is that of Feb. 14, 1788.

Publisher: May 31, 1786, Mathew Carey, Christopher Talbot and William Spotswood. Feb. 14, 1787, William Spotswood. Feb. 5, 1788, Mathew Carey. Feb. 12, 1788, John M'Culloch.

Periodicity varies: May 31, 1786-Sept 8, 1787, semi-weekly. Sept. 11-Oct. 6, 1787, tri-weekly. Oct. 10, 1787-Jan. 30, 1788, semi-weekly. Feb. 5-14, 1788, tri-weekly.

L.C. file contains:


1786. May 31-June 28.
Note: Bound with The Pennsylvania evening herald, and the American monitor, Jan. 4-May 27, 1786.
V. 1254A
1786.
July 1-Dec. 30. 1 v. Supplement: Aug. 12, Dec. 30. V. 1309
1787. Jan. 3-June 30. 1 v. Supplement: Mar. 31. V. 1310
1787.
July 4-Dec. 29. 1 v. V. 1311
1788. Jan. 2-Feb. 14. 1 v.
Note: For a weekly supplement issued free to subscribers, see above, The Complete counting house companion.
V. 1312

MICROFORMS
1786-1788. May 31-Feb. 14. (microfilm) #3289

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