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FLORIDA

ST. AUGUSTINE.

75. The East-Florida gazette. w., Feb. 1, 1783-May 17, 1783.

Note: Established Feb. 1, 1783, judging from the date of the earliest issue located, that of Mar. 1, 1783, vol. 1, no. 5. The last issue located is that of May 17, 1783.

Publisher: John Wells, jr.

Printer: Charles Wright.

L.C. file contains:

1783. Mar. 1, May 3, 17. 1 v. photostat. V. 123
1783. Mar 1.
May 3, 17.
Note: Facsimiles of the extant issues of the first Florida newspaper printed at St. Augustine, Florida in 1783, and shown in photographic reproduction from the originals preserved in the Public Record Office, London, with an introductory note by Douglas C. McMurtrie, Evanston, Ill., privately printed, 1942. 2p. 1, 12 plys 42cm.
Box 5, Fol. 10
1783. Mar. 1, May 3, 17.
Note: Negative photostats.
Box 5, Fol. 11
1783. Mar. 1.
May 3, 17.
Note: Negative photostats.
Box 5, Fol. 12

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