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ALEXANDRIA.

725. The Times. Alexandria advertiser. d., Apr. 10, 1797- Apr. 16 1799.

Note: Continued by The Times; and District of Columbia daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Apr. 17, 1799.

Publisher: Apr. 10, 1797, John V. Thomas and James D. Westcott.

L.C. file contains:


1797. May 20. Box 29, Fol. 45

July 31-Sept. 30. Postscript: Aug. 12. Mutilated: Sept. 2,4. Missing: Aug. 19. V. 1545

Oct. 2-Dec. 30. 1 v. Supplement: Nov. 10, Dec. 22. Mutilated: Oct. 13. V. 1546
1798. Jan. 1-Mar. 31. 1 v. Extra: Feb. 2. Note: 1797. Alexandria corporation, in account with William Summers, deceased. (Account of receipts and expenditures of public money for year 1797.) Broadside. (Bound following Feb. 8.) Lord save us, the Congress are fightin! A new song. Tune, "The night before Larry was stretch'd". Broadside. (Bound following Mar. 22.) V. 1547

Apr. 2-June 30. 1 v. Extraordinary. Apr. 12. Supplement: May 12, June 20. V. 1548

July 2-Sept. 29. 1 v. V. 1549

Oct. 1-Dec. 31. 1 v. V. 1550
1799. Jan. 1. Box 29, Fol. 46

MICROFORMS
1797-1799. Apr. 10-Apr. 16. Missing: Aug. 19, 1797; Jan. 2- Apr. 16, 1797 (microprint)
1797-1799. Apr. 10-Apr. 16. (microfilm) #2912

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