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96. The Cumberland gazette. w., July 20, 1786-Dec. 26, 1791.

Note: Continuation of The Cumberland gazette, of Falmouth, Maine, part of which town was incorporated under the name of Portland in 1786. In Falmouth, The Cumberland gazette was a continuation of The Falmouth gazette and weekly advertiser. The first issue with the Portland imprint was that of July 20, 1786. Continued by The Eastern Herald, Jan. 2, 1792.

Publisher: Thomas B. Wait.

L.C. file contains:


1787. Jan. 5 (p. 1, 2).
July 19.
Sept. 27.
Box 6, Fol. 23
1788. Jan. 3.
Aug. 14, 21.
Sept. 4, 18, 25.
Oct. 23, 30.
Nov. 6.
Dec. 4.
Box 6, Fol. 23
MICROFORMS
1786-1791. Apr. 7-Dec. 26. (microfilm) (#1930)
1786-1791. July 20-Dec. 26. (microfilm) (#3397)

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