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CHARLESTON

681. The Gazette of the State of South-Carolina. w., s.w., Apr. 9, 1777-Mar. 24, 1785.

Note: A revival of The South-Carolina gazetee, which was suspended in December 1775. Publication suspended in December 1775. Publication suspended Jan. 15- June 17, 1778, because the printing office was destroyed by fire. Continued by The State gazette of South-Carolina, starting with the issue of Mar. 28, 1785.

Imprint varies: 1779, Charles-town.
July 16-Aug. 13, 1783, Charlestown.
Aug. 27, 1783-1785, Charleston.

Publisher: Apr. 9, 1777, Peter Timothy.
June 24, 1778, Peter Timothy and Nicholas Boden.
July 16, 1783, Ann Timothy and E. Walsh.
Aug. 27, 1783, printed for Ann Timothy.

Periodicity varies: Apr. 9, 1777-July 22, 1784, weekly.
July 26, 1784-Mar. 24, 1785, semi-weekly.

L.C. file contains:

1779 Sept. 15.
Note: Suspended publication with the issue of Feb. 9, 1780, until July 16, 1783, because of the British occupation of Charleston.
Box 29, Fol. 15
1783 July 16-Dec. 18.
Bled: Nov. 6.
Missing: Dec. 11, 25.
1 v. V. 1506
1784 Jan. 1-Dec. 30.
Extraordinary: July 17.
Mutilated: Aug. 23, 26, 30, Sept. 2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 23, 27, 30.
Missing: Jan. 22.
1 v. V. 1507

MICROFORMS
1777-1780. Apr. 9-Feb. 9. (microfilm) #1468

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