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624. The Philadelphia Minerva. w., Feb. 7, 1795-July 7, 1798.

Note: Bound volumes classified as AP2.A2P46 in Rare Book Room. Continued by The Dessert to the true American, starting with the issue of July 14, 1798.

Publisher: Feb. 7, 1795, Archibald Woodruff and William Pechin. May 7, 1796, John Turner. Feb. 4, 1797, William T. Palmer.

L.C. file contains:


1795. Aug. 29-Dec. 26. 1 v. Mutilated: Aug. 29, Sept. 19, Oct. 3, 10. Missing: Aug. 29 (p. 1, 2), Oct. 3 (p. 1, 2). AP2. A2P46
Rare Books
1796. Jan. 2-Dec. 31. 1 v.
Mutilated: Feb. 6, 20, 27, Mar. 12, 26, Apr. 9, May 14, June 18, Aug. 13, 27, Sept. 3, 10, 17, Oct. 1, Nov. 19, Dec. 10, 17. Missing: Jan. 9, 30.
AP2. A2P46
Rare Books
1797. Jan. 7-Dec. 30. 1 v. (Bound with this: 1798.)
Mutilated: Jan. 28, Feb. 11, May 6, 27, Aug. 12, Dec. 30.
AP2. A2P46
Rare Books
1798. Jan. 6 (p. 1, 2). (Bound with this: 1797.) AP2. A2P46
Rare Books

MICROFORMS
1795-1798. Feb. 7-July 7. (microprint)
1795-1798. Feb. 7-July 7. (microfilm) #2908

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