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RICHMOND.

769. Virginia gazette & Richmond chronicle. s.w., Mar. 2, 1793- May 19, 1795.

Note: Established Mar. 2, 1793, judging from the volume numbering of the earliest issue located, that of Apr. 6, 1793, no. 11. The advertisements date back for at least four months, possibly indicating that the paper succeeded The Virginia gazette & Richmond chronicle. Continued by the Richmond chronicle, starting with the issue of May 23, 1795.

Publisher: John Dixon.

L.C. file contains:


1793. Apr. 6. Aug. 30. Sept. 13. Mutilated: Aug. 30. Box 31, Fol. 22
1794. Jan. 3. Mar. 11, 14, 21. Apr. 1. May 6. June 13. July 29. Aug. 15. Oct. 14. Mutilated: July 29, Aug. 15, Oct. 14. Box 31, Fol. 23
1795. Jan. 13. Box 31, Fol. 24

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