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694. South-Carolina State gazette, and Timmothy's daily advertiser. d., Jan. 1, 1798-Dec., 31, 1800+

Note: Continuation of South-Carolina State-gazette & Timothy & Mason's daily advertiser. Ceased publication with the issue -- or shortly after -- of Sept. 20, 1802.

Publisher: Benjamin Franklin Timothy.

L.C. file contains:

1798 Jan. 1-Mar. 31.
Supplement: Feb. 5.
Mutilated: Jan. 8, 12, 16, Feb. 3, 14, Mar. 5, 31.
Missing: Mar. 22.
Note: This was the publisher's file, stored on spiked nails: most issues are mutilated near the folded/ edge.
1 v. V. 1536

Apr. 2-June 30.
Mutilated: Apr. 3, 11, June 28.
Missing: Apr. 10 (?).
Note: Most issues mutilated near folded edge -- see note above. There are two edtions of Apr. 25, 1798, one containing news items, the other, a two-page issue with advertisements.
1 v. V. 1537

Aug. 20, 23 (mutilated). Box 29, Fol. 24

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