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8. Hartford gazette. s.w., w., Jan. 13, 1794-Mar. 19, 1795.

Note: The issue of July 17, 1794, was known as: The Hartford gazette: and universal advertiser. For a brief period between July 21-Oct. 9, 1794, the title was: Hartford gazette, and the universal advertiser. With the issue of Oct. 13, 1794, the title again became: Hartford gazette. The last issue was that of Mar. 19, 1795. Thereafter, the publishers, Beach and Jones, established the American telegraphe, in Newfield, Connecticut.

Publisher: Jan. 13, 1794, Lazarus Beach and Roger Storrs. Apr. 21, 1794, L. Beach & Co. Oct. 13, 1794, Lazarus Beach and Ira Jones.

Periodicity varies: Jan. 13, 1794-Feb. 12, 1795, semi-weekly. Feb. 19-Mar. 19, 1795, weekly.

L.C. file contains:

1794. July 17-Dec. 29. 1 v.
Note: Bound with this: Jan.- Mar. 1795. Mutilated: Sept. 22. Missing: Aug. 18, Oct. 2, 6, 9, 13, Nov. 27.
V. 40
1795. Jan. 1-Mar. 19. 1 v.
Note: Bound with July-Dec. 1794. Bled: Feb. 12. Missing: Feb. 16, 23, Mar. 2, 9, 16.
V. 40

MICROFORMS
1794-1795. Jan. 13-Mar. 19. (microfilm) #2983

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