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CHARLESTON

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665. The Charleston evening gazette. d., t.w., July 11, 1785- Oct. 18, 1786.

Note: The last issue located is that of Oct. 18, 1786.

666. The Charleston morning post, and daily advertiser. d., Jan. 18, 1786-Nov. 5, 1787.

Note: Continuation of the South Carolina gazette, and the general advertiser. Continued by The City gazette, and the daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Nov. 6, 1787.

667. Charlestown gazette. w., Aug. (?), 1778-Jan. 18, 1780.

Note: Established late in August 1778, judging from the date of the first issue located, that of Jan. 26, 1779, vol. 1, no. 23. The last issue located is that of Jan. 18, 1780.

668. The Chronicle of liberty, or, The Republican intelligencer.w., Mar. 25, 1783.

Note: Mar. 25, 1783, is the only issue located.

669. The City gazette & daily advertiser. d., Jan. 2, 1792- Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The City gazette, or, The Daily advertiser. Continued by the City gazette in January 1804.

670. The City gazette, and the daily advertiser. d., Nov. 6- Dec. 17, 1787.

Note: Continuation of The Charleston morning post and daily advertiser. Continued by The City gazette, or, The Daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Dec. 18, 1787.

671. The City gazette or, The Daily advertiser. d., Dec. 18, 1787-Jan. 1, 1792.

Note: Continuation of The City gazette, and the daily advertiser. Continued by The City gazette & daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Jan. 2, 1792.

672. The Columbian herald & daily advertiser. t.w., Sept. 1792- 1793(?).

Note: Continuation of The Columbian herald, or, The Independent courier of North America. Began in Sept. 1792. Ceased sometime in 1793. Continued by the Columbian herald, and the general advertiser, July 23 (?), 1793.

673. Columbian herald, and the general advertiser. t.w., 1792(?)-July 25 (?), 1793.

Note: Continuation of The Columbian herald & daily advertiser. Continued by the Columbian herald, or, The Southern star, starting with the issue of July 27, 1793.

674. The Columbian herald, or, The Independent courier of North-America. s.w., t.w., Nov. 24, 1785-sometime after June 28, 1791.

Note: Continuation of The Columbian herald, or, The Patriotic courier of North-America. Continued by the Columbian herald, and the general advertiser, sometime after June 28, 1791.

675. Columbian herald, or, The New daily advertiser. d., Oct. 3, 1795-Dec. 17, 1796.

Note: Continuation of the Columbian herald, or, The Southern star. Ceased publication with the issue of Dec. 17, 1796.

676. The Columbian herald, or, The Patriotic courier of North- America. s.w., Nov. 23, 1784-Nov. 21, 1785.

Note: Continued by The Columbian herald, or, The Independent courier of North-America, starting with the issue of Nov. 24, 1785.

677. Columbian herald, or, The Southern star. t.w., July 27, 1793-September (?), 1795.

Note: Continuation of the Columbian herald, and the general advertiser. Continued by the Columbian herald, or, The New daily advertiser, sometime after Aug. 14 and before Oct. 3, 1795.

The Daily advertiser.
See: The City gazette, or, The Daily advertiser.

678. The Daily evening gazette and Charleston tea-table companion. d., Jan. 3, 1795-Feb. 18, 1795.

Note: Established Jan. 3, 1795, judging from the date of the earliest issue located, that of Jan. 10, 1795, vol. 1, no. 7. The prospectus, as published in the South carolina State gazette, of Dec. 16, 1794, announced that the first issue would appear on Jan. 1, 1795. The last issue located with this title is that of Feb. 18, 1795, vol. 1, no. 38. Continued by The Telegraphe, and Charleston daily advertiser.

The Evening courier.
See: Evening vesper courier.

679. Evening vesper courier. s.w., July 31-Nov. 16, 1798.

Note: The word "Vesper" in the title is set in a crescent under a star in the center of the title. The publishers refer to their paper editorially as the Vesper, or, The Evening Courier, but it was generally called The Evening Courier. The last issue located is that of Nov. 16, 1798, vol. 1, no. 32.

680. Federal Carolina gazette. w., Jan. 2(?)-Dec. 25, 1800.

Note: The last issue located is that of Dec. 25, 1800.

681. The Gazette of the State of South-Carolina. w., s.w., Apr. 9, 1777-Mar. 24, 1785.

Note: A revival of The South-Carolina gazetee, which was suspended in December 1775. Publication suspended in December 1775. Publication suspended Jan. 15- June 17, 1778, because the printing office was destroyed by fire. Continued by The State gazette of South-Carolina, starting with the issue of Mar. 28, 1785.

The Independent courier of North-America.
See: The Columbian herald, or, The Independent courier of North-America.

The New daily advertiser.
See: Columbian herald, or, The New daily advertiser.

The Patriotic courier of North-America.
See: The Columbian herald, or, The Patriotic courier of North-America.

The Republican intelligencer.
See: The Chronicle of liberty, or, The Repubican intelligencer.

682. The Royal gazette. s.w. Mar. 3, 1781-Sept. 28, 1782.

Note: Continuation of the South-Carolina & American general gazette. Suspended publication with the issue of Aug. 7, 1782, resuming Sept. 7, 1782. The last issue located is that of Sept. 28, 1782.

683. The Royal South-Carolina gazette. t.w., s.w., June 1(?), 1780-Sept. 12, 1782.

Note: Established June 1, 1780, judging from the earliest numbered issue located, that of June 20, 1780, vol. 1, no. IV. The last issue located is that of Sept. 12, 1782.

684. The South Carolina and American general gazette. w., s.w., Apr. 4, 1764-Feb. 28, 1781.

Note: Continuation of the South Carolina weekly gazette. Paged continuously. Publication suspended May 31- Aug. 2, 1776, because of the approach of the British fleet, again on Apr. 30-May 29, 1779, and probably also during the first half of 1780. The last issue located is that of Feb. 28, 1781. Continued by the Royal gazette, starting with the issue of Mar. 3, 1781.

685. The South-Carolina gazette. w., Jan. 8, 1732-Dec. 18, 1775.

Note: Suspended publication with the issue of Sept. 8, 1733; reestablished Feb. 2, 1734, with a new volume numbering. The issue of Dec. 11, 1775, was followed by one other number, probably Dec. 18, 1775. Continued by The Gazette, of the State of South-Carolina, starting with the issue of Apr. 9, 1777. Issues between Mar. 2, 1747-Dec. 18, 1775 lacked a hyphen between "South" and "Carolina" in the title.

686. South-Carolina gazette; and country journal. w., Dec. 31, 1765-Aug. 1, 1775.

Note: Continuation of The South-Carolina gazetteer; and country journal. Ceased publication with the issue of Aug. 1, 1775.

687. South-Carolina gazette, and general advertiser. s.w., t.w., Mar. 15, 1783-Oct. 23, 1784.

Note: Issues between Aug. 16, 1783-Oct. 23, 1784, lack a hyphen between the words "South" and "Carolina" in the title. Continued by South-Carolina State gazette, and general advertiser, starting with the issue of Oct. 26, 1784.

688. The South-Carolina gazette, and public advertiser. s.w., Mar. 3, 1784-July 9, 1785.

Note: Continuation of South-Carolina weekly gazette. Continued by The South-Carolina gazette and the public advertiser, starting with the issue of July 12, 1785.

689. The South-Carolina gazette, and the general advertiser. s.w., Jan. 7-14, 1786.

Note: Continuation of The South-Carolina gazette, and the public advertiser. Continued by The Charleston morning post, and daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Jan. 18, 1786.

690. The South-Carolina gazette and the public advertiser. t.w., s.w., July 12, 1785-Jan. 4, 1786.

Note: Continuation of The South-Carolina gazette and public advertiser. Continued by the South-Carolina gazette, and the general advertiser, starting with the issue of Jan. 7, 1786.

691. South Carolina State gazette and daily advertiser. d., Nov. 30, 1784-July 26, 1785.

Note: Continuation of South-Carolina State gazette, and general advertiser. The last issue located is that of July 26, 1785.

692. South Carolina State gazette, and general advertiser. t.w., Oct. 26-Nov. 27, 1784.

Note: Continuation of The South-Carolina gazette, and general advertiser. Continued by the South Carolina State gazette and daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Nov. 30, 1784.

693. South-Carolina State-gazette & Timothy & Mason's daily advertiser. d., Jan. 1, 1794-Dec. 31, 1797.

Note: Continuation of The State gazettee of South-Carolina. The issue of Jan. 1, 1795 was known as: State gazette of South Carolina. With the issue of Jan. 2, 1795, title again became South-Carlonia State-gazette & Timothy & Mason's daily advertiser. Continued by South-Carolina State gazette, and Timothy's daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Jan. 1, 1798.

694. South-Carolina State gazette, and Timmothy's daily advertiser. d., Jan. 1, 1798-Dec., 31, 1800+

Note: Continuation of South-Carolina State-gazette & Timothy & Mason's daily advertiser. Ceased publication with the issue -- or shortly after -- of Sept. 20, 1802.

695. The South-Carolina gazetteer; and country journal. . w., Dec. 17-24, 1765.

Note: Title retained for only two numbers. Continued by South-Carolina gazette; and country journal, starting with the issue of Dec. 31, 1765.

696. The South-Carolina weekly advertiser. w., Feb. 19-Apr. 23, 1783.

Note:The last issue located is that of Apr. 23, 1783.

697. The South-Carolina weekly gazette. w., Nov. 22 (?), 1758- Mar. 28, 1764.

Note: Continued by The South-Carolina and American general gazette, starting with the issue of Apr. 4, 1764.

698. South-Carolina weekly gazette. w., Feb. 15, 1783-Feb. 27, 1784.

Note: Continued by South-Carolina gazette and public advertiser, starting with the issue of Mar. 3, 1784.

The Southern star.
See: Columbian herald, or, The Southern star.

699. The State gazette of South-Carolina. s.w., t.w., Mar. 28, 1785-Dec. 31, 1793.

Note: Continuation of The Gazette of the State of South- Carolina. Continued as South-Carolina State-gazette & Timothy & Mason's daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Jan. 1, 1794.

700. The Telegraphe, and Charleston daily advertiser. d., Mar. 16-20, 1795.

Note: A continuation, without change of volume numbering of The Daily evening gazette and Charleston tea- table companion. The last issue located is that of Mar. 20, vol. 1, no. 62.

Vesper, or, The Evening courier.
See: Evening vesper courier.

COLUMBIA

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701. The Columbia gazette. w., Jan. 28, 1794-Dec. 9, 1794.

Note: Established Jan. 28, 1794, with a preliminary issue dated Jan. 14, 1794. The last issue located is that of Dec. 9, 1794. Continued by The State gazette, in January 1795.

702. South Carolina gazette. w., Mar. (?), 1792-Sept. 3, 1793.

Note: Established in March 1792, judging from the date of the earliest issue located, that of July 10, 1792, vol. 1, no. 18. The last issue located is that of Sept. 3, 1793.

GEORGETOWN

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703. The South-Carolina independent gazette; and Georgetown chronicle. w., Apr. 2, 1791-1796(?).

Note: Established Apr. 2, 1791, judging from the date of the earliest issue located, that of May 21, 1791, vol. 1, no. 8. The last issue located is that of Sept. 15, 1792, vol. 2, no. 76. Continued by The Georgetown chronicle, and South-Carolina weekly advertiser, sometime between 1792 and 1796.

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