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84. The Royal Georgia gazette. w., Jan. 21, 1779-June 6, 1782.

Note: The last issue located is that of June 6, 1782. The paper evidently ceased publication during that year. James Johnston revived the Gazette of the State of Georgia in January 1783.

Publisher: Jan. 21, 1779, John Daniel Hammerer.
Between Mar. 18, 1799 and Jan. 4, 1781, James Johnston.

L.C. file contains:

1779. Feb. 11.
Mar. 11.
Mutilated: Mar. 11.
Box 6, Fol. 12
1779. Aug. 12, 19.
Note: Photographic reproduc- tions.
V. 153
1780. July 27.
Aug. 3, 31.
Sept. 7, 28.
Oct. 12.
Note: Photographic reproductions.
Bled: July 27, Sept. 7.
V. 153
1780. July 27.
Aug. 3, 31.
Sept. 7, 28.
Oct. 12.
Note: Negatives.
V. 153A
1782. Jan. 3, 24.
Mar. 14, 21.
Apr. 25.
May 23, 30.
June 6.
Box. 6, Fol. 12

MICROFORMS
1779. Feb. 11.
Mar. 11.
Aug. 12, 29.
(microfilm) (#1930)
1780. July 27.
Aug. 3, 31.
Sept. 7, 28.
Oct. 12.
(microfilm) (#1930)
1781. Jan.-Dec. (microfilm) (#1930)
1782. Jan. 3, 24.
Mar. 14, 21.
Apr. 25.
May 23, 30.
June 6.
(microfilm) (#1930)

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