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MARYLAND

ANNAPOLIS

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102. The Maryland gazette. w., Sept. 19, 1727- March 1731.

Note: This was the first newspaper published in Maryland. This file consists of photo- stat copies from originals in the John Carter Brown Library, Providence, R.I. The first issue located is that of Dec. 10, 1728., no. 65. The last issue located in this series is Dec. 22, 1730, although it probably continued publication until March 1731. Continued by The Maryland gazette reviv'd, when the publication was revived in December 1732.

103. The Maryland gazette. w., Apr. 13(?), 1733-Nov.(?) 1734.

Note: Continuation of The Maryland gazette reviv'd, sometime between Mar. 23 and Apr. 13, 1733. The last issue located is that of Nov. 22, 1737. The paper ceased publication either with this issue or soon after.

104. The Maryland gazette. w., Jan. 17, 1745-Dec. 25, 1800+

Note: Between Jan. 17, 1745-Oct. 3, 1765, many issues have te following listed below the title: "Containing the freshest advices foreign and domestic". Some issues contain the words: "In uncertain hopes of resurrection to life again". Other issues contain either the words "expiring", "reviving", or "revived". The publication was suspended for a time in 1765, because of the Stamp Act. Continued by the Maryland gazette, and political intelligencer, starting with the issue of Jan. 28, 1813.

105. The Maryland gazette and Annapolis advertiser. w., April 1779-(?)

Note: Established in April 1779, judging from the date of the earliest issue located, that of July 9, 1779, vol. 1, no. 15. The only other known issue is an "Extraordinary", no. 17, presumably published July 23, 1779.

106. The Maryland gazette reviv'd. w., Dec. 1732-Mar. 16 (?), 1733.

Note: Continuation of The Maryland gazette (1727). Continued by The Maryland gazette (1733), some- time between March 23 and April 13, 1733.

BALTIMORE

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107. American. And daily advertiser. d., May 14, 1799- Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: Continued by the American. And Baltimore daily advertiser, starting with the issue Nov. 30, 1801.

The Baltimore advertiser (1786).
See: The Maryland gazette, or, The Baltimore advertiser.

The Baltimore daily advertiser (1787).
See: The Palladium of freedom, or, The Baltimore daily advertiser.

108. The Baltimore daily intelligencer. d., Oct. 28, 1793- Oct. 29, 1794.

Note: Continuation of the Baltimore daily repository. Continued by the Federal intelligencer, and Baltimore daily gazette, starting with the issue of Oct. 30, 1794.

109. The Baltimore daily repository. d., Oct. 24, 1791- Oct. 19, 1793.

Note: The last issue located is that of Oct. 19, 1793, and it probably ceased publication with this issue. Continued by The Baltimore daily intelligencer, starting with the issue of Oct. 28, 1793.

110. The Baltimore evening post.d., July 13-30, 1792; Oct. 30, 1792-Oct. 1 (?), 1793.

Note: For the brief period between July 31-Oct. 29, 1792, title was known as The Baltimore evening post and daily advertiser. With the issue of Oct. 30, 1792, title again became known as The Baltimore evening post. Sometime in October 1793 title continued by Edwards's Baltimore daily advertiser.

111. The Baltimore evening post and daily advertiser. d., July 31-Oct. 29, 1792.

Note: Continuation of The Baltimore evening post. The issues of Oct. 24 and 25 were known as: The Baltimore morning post and daily advertiser. A second issue published on Oct. 25 was also known as The Baltimore evening post and daily advertiser. With the issue of Oct. 30, 1792, title continued by The Baltimore evening post.

The Baltimore general advertiser.
See: Dunlap's Maryland gazette, or, The Baltimore general advertiser.

The Baltimore morning post and daily advertiser.
See: The Baltimore evening post and daily advertiser.

112. The Baltimore telegraphe. d., Mar. 23, 1795-Dec. 19 (?), 1796.

Note: Continued by the City gazette & daily telegraphe, sometime between Dec. 19, 1796 and Feb. 11, 1797.

113. Dunlap's Maryland gazette, or, The Baltimore general advertiser. w., May 2, 1775-Sept. 8, 1778.

Note: In May and June 1778, several issues were printed in reduced size because of scarcity of paper, and the title shortened to Dunlaps' gazette. Continued by The Maryland gazette, and Baltimore general advertiser, starting with the issue of Sept. 15, 1778.

114. Edwards's Balt. daily advertiser. d., Nov. 1 (?)-Nov. 20 (?), 1794.

Note: Continuation of The Edwards Baltimore daily advertiser, starting the new titles sometime between Oct. 5-Nov. 1, 1794.

114.1 Edwards's Baltimore daily advertiser. d., Oct. 21 (?), 1793-Oct. 4 (?), 1794.

Note: Continuation of The Baltimore evening post, the earliest issue located containing the new title, that of Oct. 21, 1793. Continued by Edwards's Balt. daily advertiser, sometime between Oct. 4- Nov. 1, 1794.

115. Federal gazette & Baltimore daily advertiser. d., Jan. 1, 1796-Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: Continuation of the Federal intelligencer and Baltimore daily gazette, beginning the new title Jan. 1, 1796. Continued by The Baltimore gazette and daily advertiser, July 1, 1825.

116. Federal Intelligencer and Baltimore daily gazette. d., Oct. 30, 1794-Dec. 30, 1795.

Note: Continuation of the Baltimore daily intel- ligencer, beginning the new title Oct. 30, 1794. Continued by the Federal gazette & Baltimore daily advertiser, Jan. 1, 1796.

117. The Maryland gazette, or, The Baltimore advertiser. s.w., w., Jan. 10, 1786-Jan. 6, 1792.

Note: Continuation of The Maryland gazette, or, The Baltimore general advertiser. Ceased publication with the issue of Jan. 6, 1792.

118. The Maryland gazette, or, The Baltimore general advertiser. w., s.w., May 16, 1783-Jan. 4, 1786.

Note: Revival of The Maryland gazette, and Baltimore general advertiser. Continued by The Maryland gazette, or, The Baltimore advertiser, starting with the issue of Jan. 10, 1786.

119. The Maryland journal, and Baltimore advertiser. w., s.w., Aug. 28 (?), 1776-Dec. (?), 1794.

Note: Continuation of The Maryland journal, and the Baltimore advertiser, starting the new title sometime between July 17 and Aug. 28, 1776. Merged with Edward's Baltimore daily advertiser to form the Maryland journal, and Baltimore universal daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Jan. 1, 1795.

120. Maryland journal & Baltimore daily advertisser. d., Aug. 2, 1796-Feb. 28, 1797.

Note: Continuation of the Maryland journal & Baltimore advertiser (1795). Continued by the Maryland journal, starting with the issue of Mar. 21, 1797, after suspending publication between Mar. 1-20, 1797.

121. Maryland journal, and Baltimore universal daily advertiser. d., Jan. 1-Oct. 25, 1795.

Note: Formed by the merger of the Maryland journal, and Baltimore advertiser with Edward's Baltimore daily advertiser. Continued by the Maryland journal & Baltimore advertiser (1795), starting with the issue of Oct. 26, 1795.

122. The Maryland journal, and the Baltimore advertiser. w., Aug. 20, 1773-July 10 (?), 1776.

Note: Continued by The Maryland journal, and Baltimore advertiser, the new title starting sometime between July 10 and Aug. 28, 1776.

123. The Palladium of freedom, or, The Baltimore daily advertiser. d., Aug. 2 (?), 1787-(?).

Note: Established Aug. 2 1787, judging from the first and only issue located, that of Aug. 8, 1787, vol. 1, no. 6. Probably continued only a few weeks before ceasing publication.

124. The Telegraphe and daily advertiser. d., June 1, 1797- Dec. 31, 1800

Note: Continuation of the City gazette & daily telegraphe, which was formerly The Baltimore telegraphe. The last issue located is that of Feb. 6, 1807.

EASTON

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Eastern Shore political luminary.
See: Republlican star, or, Eastern Shore political luminary.

125. Herald and Eastern Shore intelligencer. w., Nov. 5 (?), 1799-Dec. 30, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The Maryland herald, and eastern shore intelligencer, the new title starting on Oct. 29 or Nov. 5, 1799. Ceased publication with the issue of Nov. 13, 1804.

The Maryland herald, & c.
See: The Maryland herald, and Eastern Shore intelligencer.

126. The Maryland herald, and Eastern Shore intelligencer. w., May 11, 1790-Oct. 29 (?), 1799.

Note: Continued as the Herald and eastern shore intelligencer, on Oct. 29 or Nov. 5, 1799. The issue of Aug. 26, 1794, has the shortened title: The Maryland herald & c.

127. Republican star, or, Eastern Shore political luminary.w., August (?), 1799-Dec. 30, 1800+

Note: Established in late August 1799, judging from the date of the first issue located, that of Feb. 11, 1800, vol. 1, no. 25. Continued by the Republican star, or, Eastern Shore general advertiser, with the issue of Sept. 7, 1802.

FREDERICK

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128. Bartgis's federal gazette, or, The Frederick County weekly advertiser. w., Aug. 30, 1797-Apr. 23 (?), 1800.

Note: Continuation of Bartgis's federal gazette, or, The Frederick-town and County, weekly advertiser. The last issue located is that of Apr. 23, 1800. Continued by Bartgis's republican gazette, sometime after Apr. 23 and before the end of 1800.

129. Bartgis's Marylandische zeitung. b.w., Oct. 1785 (?)

Note: The only copy located is that of Feb. 18, 1789, no. 89. Ceased publication in 1789. In German; some notices in English.

The Frederick County weekly advertiser.
See: Bartgis's federal gazette, or, The Frederick County weekly advertiser.

130. The Maryland gazette, and Frederick weekly advertiser. w., Feb. 1790-1791 (?).

Note: Established in February 1790, judging from the date of te first issue located, that of Dec. 11, 1790, vol. 1, no. 43. Continued by The Maryland gazette, and Frederick-Town weekly advertiser, sometime during the first half of 1791.

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