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PHILADELPHIA.

626. Philadelphische correspondenz. w., s.w., Nov. 27, 1792- April, 1800.

Note: Continuation of Neue Philadelphische correspondenz (1790). Suspended publication with the issue of Oct. 17, 1797, resumed publication May 1, 1798. One editor, Heinrich Kammerer, died of yellow fever and the paper was again suspended from Sept. 18 to Nov. 13, 1798. Continued as Neue Philadelphische correspondenz, in April, 1800.

Publisher: Nov. 27, 1792, Melchior Steiner and Heinrich Kammerer. May 1, 1798, Heinrich Kammerer, jr, and Joseph R. Kammerer, jr. Nov. 13, 1798, Joseph R. Kammerer and comp. May 14, 1799, Joseph R. Kammerer and George Helmbold, jr. Mar. 7, 1800, George Helmbold, jr.

Periodicity varies: Nov. 27, 1792-May 7, 1793, weekly. May 10, 1793-1797, semi-weekly. 1797-1800, weekly.

L.C. file contains:


1794. Mar. 7, 18. Mutilated: Mar. 7. Box 27, Fol. 5
1795. Apr. 24. Box 27, Fol. 5
1796. July 29. Box 27, Fol. 5

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