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61. The Centinel and country gazette. w., May 1796-
Mar. 21, 1800.

Note: Established as the country edition of the semi-weekly, Centinel of liberty, and George-town advertiser. The last issue located is that of Mar. 21, 1800.

62. The Centinel of liberty, and George-town advertiser. s.w.,
May 24, 1796-Dec. (?), 1798.

Note: Continued by The Centinel of liberty, and George-town and Washington advertiser, starting with the issue of Jan. 4, 1799.

63. The Centinel of liberty, and George-town and Washington advertiser. s.w., Jan. 4-Sept. 13, 1799-Nov. 14, 1800.

Note: Continuation of The Centinel of liberty, and George-town advertiser. Continued by The Centinel of liberty, or, George-town and Washington advertiser, starting with the issue of Sept. 17, 1799.

64. The Centinel of liberty, and George-town and Washington advertiser. s.w., Sept. 17, 1799-Nov.14, 1800.

Note: Continuation of The Centinel of liberty, and George-town and Washington advertiser. Continued by The Centinel of liberty, or, George-town and Washington advertiser, starting with the issue of Sept. 17, 1799.

65. The Columbian chronicle. s.w., Dec. 3, 1793-May 10, 1796.

Note: The last issue located is that of May 10, 1796.

George-town and Washington advertiser.
     See, The Centinel of liberty, and George-town and Washington advertiser.

66. The George-Town weekly ledger. w., Apr. 17, 1790-Oct. 5, 1793 .

Note: The last issue located is that of Oct. 5, 1793.

67. The Museum and Washington and George-town advertiser. irreg., t. w., Nov. 27-Dec. 31, 1800+.

Note: Continuation of The Meseum and Washington and George-town daily advertiser. Ceased Publication with the issue of Jan. 22, 1802..

68. The Museum and Washington and Georgetown daily advertiser. d., irreg., Nov. 18-24, 1800.

Note: Continuation of The Centinel of liberty, and George-town and Washington advertiser. Continued by The Meseum and Washington and George-town advertiser, starting with the issue of Nov. 27, 1800.

69. The Times, and the Patowmack packet. w., Feb. 12, 1789-July 6, 1791.

Note: The first paper printed within the boundaries of the District of Columbia. The last issue located is that of July 6, 1791.

70. The Washington federalist. t.w.; d. during Congress, Sept. 25-Dec. 31, 1800+.

Note: The last issue located is that of June 20, 1809.

WASHINGTON

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71. Impartial observer, and Washington advertiser. w., s.w., May 22, 1795-Oct. 7, 1795.

Note: Paged continuosly. This file contains a photostatic copy of all issues located. The last issue located is that of Oct. 1, 1795. Ceased publication in 1796. Continued by the Washington advertiser.

72. The National intelligencer, and Washington advertiser. t.w., Oct. 31-Dec. 31, 1800+.

Note: Continued by the National intelligencer, starting with the issue of Nov. 27, 1810.

The Times; and District of Columbia daily advertiser.
       See, Alexandria, Va.

73. The Universal gazette. w., Nov. 6-Dec. 24, 1800+.

Note: Continuation of the Universal gazette, of Philadelphia. This first Washington issue was Nov. 6, 1800. The last issue located is that of May 13, 1814.

Washington federalist.
      See, Georgetown. Washington federalist.

74. The Washington gazette. s.w., w., June 15, 1796-Mar. 24, 1798.

Note: The last issue located is that of Mar. 24, 1798.

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