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GEORGIA

AUGUSTA

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Augusta chronicle.
See: Georgia. The Augusta chronicle and gazette of the State.

76. Augusta herald. w., July 17, 1799-Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: Probably discontinued in 1823, in which year Bunce established The Constitution.

77. Georgia. The Augusta chronical and gazette of the State. w., Apr. 11, 1789-Dec. 27, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The Georgia State gazette, or, Independent register. Continued by the Augusta chronicle, starting with the issue of January 1804.

78. The Georgia State gazette, or, Independent register. w., Sept. 30, 1786-Apr. 11, 1789.

Note: Continued as Georgia. The Augusta chronicle and gazette of the State, Apr. 11, 1789.

Independent register.
See: The Georgia State gazette, or, Independent register. .

79. Southern centinel and gazette of the state. w., Dec. 5, 1793-Nov. 7, 1799.

Note: Continuation of the Southern centinel and universal gazette. The last issue located is that of Nov. 7, 1799.

SAVANNAH

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80. Columbian museum & Savannah advertiser. s.w., Mar. 4, 1796-Dec. 29, 1800+

Note: Paged continuously from Mar. 4, 1796-Feb. 27, 1798. Merged with the Savannah gazette to form the Columbian Museum and Savannah daily gazette, starting with the issue of Feb. 3, 1817.

81. The Gazette of the State of Georgia. w., Jan. 30, 1783-Oct. 16, 1788.

Note: A revival of The Georgia gazette of 1763, with new numbering. Continued as The Georgia gazette, Oct. 23, 1788.

82. The Georgia gazette. w., Apr. 7, 1763-Feb. 7, 1776.

Note: This was the first newspaper published in Georgia. It ceased publication because of the war in 1776. The last issue located is that of Feb. 7, 1776. Revived Jan. 30, 1783, with the title, Gazette of the State of Georgia.
Size varies: Apr. 7, 1763-Nov. 21, 1765, quarto; May 21, 1766-1776, folio.

83. Georgia gazette. w., Oct. 23, 1788-Dec. 25, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The Gazette of the State of Georgia. Suspended with the issue of Nov. 24, 1796, because of the great Savannah fire, but revived on Sept. 2, 1797. The last issue was that Nov. 25, 1802.

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.

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