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PENNSYLVANIA

PHILADELPHIA.

628. Porcupine's gazette. d., Apr. 24, 1797-Aug. 28, 1799.

Note: Continuation of Porcupine's gazette and United States daily advertiser. Continnued as a weekly at Bustleton, Pa., as a result of yellow fever in Philadelphia, starting with the issue of Sept. 6, 1799.

Publisher: William Cobbett.

L.C. file contains:


1797. Apr. 24-June 30. 1 v.
Note: Bound with Porckupine`s gazette and United States daily advertiser, Mar. 4-Apr. 22, 1797. Supplement: June 9.
V. 1397
1797.
July 1-Sept. 30. 1 v. V. 1398
1797.
Oct. 2-Dec. 30. 1 v. V. 1399
1798. Jan. 1-Mar. 31. 1 v. V. 1400
1798.
Apr. 2-June 30. 1 v. Extra: Apr. 11. Mutilated: Apr. 4, June 23. V. 1401
1798.
July 2-Sept. 29. 1 v. Mutilated: Sept. 22. V. 1402
1798.
Oct. 1-Dec. 31. 1 v. Bled: Nov. 28. V. 1403
1799. Jan. 1-Mar. 30. 1 v. Mutilated: Mar. 4. V. 1404
1799.
Apr. 1-June 29. 1 v. Missing: Apr. 9, 20, 29, May 30. V. 1405
1799.
July 1-Aug. 28. 1 v. Note: Bound with this: Sept. 6- Oct. 26, 1799, published at Bustleton. Missing: Aug. l8, 16. V. 1406

MICROFORMS
1797-1799. Apr. 24-Aug. 28. (microprint)
1797-1799. Apr. 24-Aug. 28. (microfilm) #2908

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