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WILLIAMSBURG.

781. The Virginia gazette. w., Feb. 12, 1779-Apr. 8, 1780.

Note: The last issue published at Williamsburg was that of Apr. 8, 1780. Removed to Richmond and began publication there with the issue of May 9, 1780.

Publisher: Feb. 12, 1779, John Dixon and Thomas Nicolson.

L.C. file contains:


1779. Feb. 26 (p. 1, 2). Apr. 24. May 22. June 26. July 31. Aug. 7. Sept. 18. Nov. 6, 13, 27. Dec. 4, 18, 25. Note: Wednesday, July 14, 1779. Williamsburg to wit: Ever attentive to the interests of their country, jealously con- cerned for its welfare, and justly alarmed at the critical situation in which America stands...; (call for) a general town meeting of the citizens and inhabitants of Williamsburg (and minutes of sessions on) Thursday the 15th of July 1779 (and on) Friday, July 16, 1779. 2p. Box 32, Fol. 8
1780. Apr. 8 Supplement. Box 32, Fol. 8

Jan. 8-Apr. 8. 1 v. photostats Note: Bound with this: photo- stats of The Virginia gazette, May 9-Dec. 30, 1780, published at Richmond. Supplement: Apr. 8. Mutilated: Jan. 22, Feb. 5, Apr. 8 supplement. Missing: Jan. 1. V. 1634

MICROFORMS
1779-1780. Feb. 12-Apr. 8. (microfilm) #1518

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