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751. Virginia chronicle and Norfolk and Portsmouth general advertiser. w., July 28, 1792-Apr. 5, 1794.

Note: Continuation of The Norfolk and Portsmouth chronicle. The earliest issue located of the new title is July 28, 1792. Between July 20 and Aug. 3, 1793- Apr. 5, 1794 an "&" replaces the word "and" between the words "Norfolk" and "Portsmouth" in the title. On the issue of Aug. 3, 1793, "general is misspelled "geeral". Continued by The Virginia chronicle, & general advertiser, starting with the issue of Apr. 11, 1794.

Publisher: July 28, 1792, Daniel Baxter and Thomas Wilson.

L.C. file contains:


1792. Aug. 18-Dec. 29. 1 v. Missing: Aug. 25, Sept. 1. V. 1572
1793. Jan. 5-Dec. 28. 1 v. Mutilated: Oct. 5, Dec. 21. Missing: Feb. 9, 16, Apr. 13, 27, May 18, 25, July 20, 27, Aug. 10, 17, Oct. 12, Nov. 16, 30, Dec. 7, 14, 28 (p. 3,4). V. 1573
1794. Feb. 1-Apr. 5. 1 v. Note: Bound with this: The Virginia chronicle, & general advertiser, Apr. 11-Nov. 10, 1794, and The Virginia chronicle, & c., Nov. 13-Dec. 19, 1794. Mutilated: Mar. 8, 29, Apr. 5. Missing: Feb. 8 (p. 3, 4), 15, Mar. 15, 22. V. 1574

MICROFORMS
1792-1794. July 28-Apr. 5. (microfilm) #3188

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