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NEW HAMPSHIRE

AMHERST

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273. The Amherst journal, and the New-Hampshire advertiser. w., Jan. 16, 1795-Jan. 9, 1796.

Note: Ceased publication with the issue of Jan. 9, 1796. Continued by the Village messenger, evidently on the same date, Jan.9, 1796.

274. Village messenger. w., Jan. 9, 1796-Dec. 27, 1800+

Note: Continuation of the Amherst journal, and the New-Hampshire advertiser. Ceased publication with the issue of Dec. 5, 1801.

CONCORD

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275. Concord herald. w., Mar. 9, 1791-Sept. 1, 1792.

Note: Continuation of Hough's Concord herald (1791), and also continued by Hough's Concord herald, starting with the issue of Sept. 8, 1792.

276. The Concord herald, and Newhampshire intelligencer. w., Jan. 6, 1790-Jan. 12, 1791.

Note: Continued by Hough's Concord herald starting with the issue of Jan. 19, 1791.

277. Courier of New Hampshire. w., Feb. 13, 1794-Dec. 27, 1800+

Note: A continuation of Hough's Concord herald (1792), formerly Concord herald. The new title was first used Feb. 13, 1794. Ceased publication with the issue of Oct. 30, 1805.

278. The Federal mirror.. w., Apr. 10, 1795-Nov. 15, 1796.

Note: Continuation of The Mirrour. Continued by the Republican gazetteer, starting with the issue of Nov. 22, 1796, which was then continued by Russell & Davis' republican gazetteer, starting with the issue of Jan. 24, 1797.

279. Hough's Concord herald.. w., Jan. 19, 1791-Mar. 2, 1791.

Note: Continuation of The Concord herald, and Newhampshire intelligencer. Continued by the Concord herald, starting with the issue of Mar. 9, 1791.

280. Hough's Concord herald.. w., Sept. 8, 1792-Jan. 30, 1794.

Note: Continuation of the Concord herald. The last numbered issue was that of Jan. 30, 1794, v. 4, no. 52, whole no. 208, after which a single page issue was published "Gratis", Feb. 6, 1794. Continued by the Courier of New Hampshire, starting with the issue of Feb. 13, 1794.

The Mirror (1795).
See: The mirrour (1792).

281. The Mirror.. w., Oct. 10, 1797-Sept. 2, 1799.

Note: Continuation of the New star. The last issue located, which is that of Sept. 2, 1799, was probably the last issue published.

282. The Mirrour.. w., Oct. 29, 1792-Apr. 3, 1795.

There was an issue published Sept. 6, 1792, numbered v. 1, no. 1, but this was evidently a prospectus number. Between Mar. 27-Apr. 3, 1795, the title was spelled: The Mirror. Continued by The Federal Mirror, starting with the issue of Apr. 10, 1795.

283. New starr.. w., Apr. 11-Oct. 3, 1797.

Note: Continuation of Russell & Davis' republican gazetteer. Continued by The Mirror, starting with the issue of Oct. 10, 1797.

284. Republican gazetteer.. w., Nov. 22, 1796-Jan. 17, 1797.

Note: Continuation of The Federal mirror. Continued by Russell & Davis' republican gazetteer, starting with the issue of Jan. 24, 1797.

285. Russell & Davis' republican gazetteer.. w., Jan. 24-Apr. 4, 1797.

Note: Continuation of the Republican gazetteer, which continued The Federal mirror. Continued by New Star, starting with the issue of Apr. 11, 1797.

DOVER

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286. The Phenix.. w., Apr. (11), 1792-Aug. 29, 1795.

Note: A continuation of The Phoenix. Continued by The Sun, starting with the issue of Sept. 5, 1795.

287. Political and sentimental repository, or Strafford recorder.. w., July 15-Jan. 6 (?) or June 9 (?), 1791.

Note: Continued by The Political repository, or Stafford recorder, some time between Jan. 6 and June 9, 1791.

288. The Political repository, or Stafford recorder.. w., Jan. 6(?) or June 9(?), 1791-Jan. 4, 1792(?).

Note: Continuation of the Political and sentimental repository, or Strafford recorder, sometime between Jan. 6 and June 9, 1791. The last issue located is that of Jan. 4, 1792. Continued by the Phoenix, on Jan. 25, 1792, judging by the volume numbering of the earliest issue located of the new title, that of Feb. 8, 1792.

289. The Sun. Dover gazette, and county advertiser.. w., Nov. 18 or 25, 1795-Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: Continuation of the Sun. Suspended Dec. 1810- Jan. 1811. Continued by the Dover sun, starting with the issue of July 4, 1812.

EXETER

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290. American herald of liberty.. w., May 14, 1793-Nov. (?), 1795.

Note: Continuation of The Herald of liberty. Continued by The Herald of liberty, or, Exeter gazette, sometime between Nov. 25, 1795 and Jaa. 6, 1796.

291. Exeter federal miscellany.. w., Jan. 16-Sept. 24, 1799.

Note: Continuation of Ranlet's federal miscellany. The last issue located is that of Sept. 24, 1799. Continued by the Political banquet, and farmer's feast, starting with the issue of Oct. 1, 1799.

Exeter gazette (Nov. 1795).
See: The Herald of liberty, or, Exeter gazette.

Exeter gazette (Nov. 1795).
See: The Weekly visitor, or, Exeter gazette.

292. The Exeter journal, or, New Hampshire gazette.. w., Feb. 17-May 5, 1778.

Note: Continued by The Exeter journal, or, The New- Hampshire gazette, and Tuesday's general advertiser, starting with the issue of May 12, 1778.

293. The Exeter journal, or, The New-Hampshire gazette, and Tuesday's general advertiser.. w., May 12-June 9, 1778.

Note: Continuation of The Exeter journal, or, New Hampshire gazette. Continued by the New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal, and general advertiser, starting with the issue of June 16, 1778.

294. The Exeter journal, or, The New-Hampshire gazette, and Tuesday's general advertis.. w., Feb. 23-May 25, 1779.

Note: Continuation of the New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal, and general advertiser. Ceased publication with the issue of May 25, 1779.

The Exeter morning chronicle.
See: The New Hampshire gazette, or, Exeter morning chronicle.

295. The Freeman's oracle, and New-Hampshire advertiser.. w., July 1, 1786-Apr. 25, 1788.

Note: Continued by The Freeman's oracle, or, New-Hampshire advertiser, starting with the issue of May 2, 1788, which ceased publication with the issue of Dec. 3, 1789.

296. The Herald of liberty.. w., Feb. 20-May 8, 1793.

Note: Continuation of the New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal, and general advertiser. Ceased publication with the issue of May 25, 1779.

297. The Herald of liberty, or, Exeter gazette.. w., Nov. (?), 1795-July 12, 1796.

Note: Continuation of the American herald of liberty, beginning the new title sometime between Nov. 25, 1795, and Jan. 6, 1796. The last issue located is that of July 12, 1796, and the newspaper ceased publication shortly afterward.

298. Lamson's weekly visitor.. w., May 5-27, 1795.

Note: Continued by The Weekly visitor, starting with the issue of June 2, 1795.

New Hampshire gazette.
See: The Exeter journal, or, New Hampshire gazette.

The New-Hampshire gazette, and Tuesday's general advertiser.
See: The Exeter journal, or, New-Hampshire gazette, and Tuesday's general advertiser .

The New-Hampshire gazette, and Tuesday's liberty advertiser.
See: The State journal, or, The New-Hampshire gazette, and Tuesday's liberty advertiser .

299. The New Hampshire gazette, or, Exeter morning chronicle. w., June 1-Aug. 31, 1776.

Note: Continuation of the New Hampshire gazette. Some- times published as New Hampshire gazette, or, The Exeter morning chronicle. Continued by The New- Hampshire (State) gazette, or, Exeter circulating morning chronicle, starting with the issue of Sept. 7 1776.

300. The New-Hampshire (State) gazette, or, Exeter circulating morning chronicle . w., Sept. 7, 1776-Jan. 14, 1777.

Note: Continuation of The New Hampshire gazette, or, Exeter morning chronicle. Continued by the State journal, or, The New-Hampshire gazette, and Tuesday's liberty advertiser, starting with the issue of Jan. 21, 1777.

New Hampshire gazette, or, The Exeter morning chronicle.
See: The New Hampshire gazette, or, Exeter morning chronicle.

301. New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal and general advertiser .w., June 16, 1778-Feb. 16, 1779.

Note: The New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal and general advertiser, was established follow- ing the suspension of the Exeter newspaper, The Exeter journal, or, The New-Hampshire gazette, and Tuesday's general advertiser. The new title began publication for both Exeter and Portsmouth, and issues were identical, except for the imprint. With the issue of Feb. 23, 1779, the title of the Exeter paper again became The Exeter journal, or, The New-Hampshire gazette, and Tuesdays' general advertiser. In Portsmouth, the New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal and general advertiser continued on from Feb. 23- May 25, 1779. On June 1, 1779, the New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal and general advertiser, was again printed for both Portsmouth and Exeter; although issues of Dec. 25, 1779, Jan. 1, 1800, and Feb. 27, 1781, have been located bearing the Exeter imprints of Zechariah Fowle. The dual publication was continued until June 4, 1781, when the Portmouth title became the New-Hampshire gazette State journal, and general advertiser, starting with the issue of June 11, 1781. All issues from June 1, 1779-June 4, 1781, are listed in this bibliograpy under Portsmouth.

302. The Newhampshire gazetteer. w., Aug. 18, 1789-Feb. 13, 1793.

Note: Continued by The Herald of liberty, Feb. 20, 1793.

303. Political banquet, and farmer's feast. w., Oct. 8-Dec. 31, 1799.

Note: Continuation of Exeter federal miscellany, beginning the new title Oct. 8, 1799. The last issue located is that of Dec. 31, 1799.

304. Ranlet's federal miscellany. w., Dec. 5, 1798-Jan. 9, 1799.

Note: Continued by Exeter federal miscellany, Jan. 16, 1799.

State journal, and general advertiser.
See: New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal, and general advertiser.

305. The State journal, or, The New-Hampshire gazette, and Tuesday's liberty advertiser . w., Jan. 21, 1777-July 15, 1777.

Note: Continuation of The New-Hampshire (State) gazette, or, Exeter circulating morning chronicle, beginning the new title Jan. 21, 1777. The last issue located is that of July 15, 1777.

306. The Weekly visitor. w., June 2-9, 1795.

Note: Continuation of Lamson's weekly visitor, starting with the issue of June 2, 1795. Continued by The Weekly visitor, or, Exeter gazette, starting with the issue of June 16, 1795.

307. The Weekly visitor, or, Exeter gazette. w., June 16-Dec. 26, 1795.

Note: Continuation of The Weekly visitor, starting the new title with the issue of June 16, 1795. Last issue located is that of Dec. 26, 1795.

GILMANTON

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308. The Gilmanton gazette: and farmers' weekly magazine. w., Aug. 30-Dec. 20, 1800.

Note: The last issue located is that of Dec. 20, 1800.

HANOVER

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Dartmouth centinel.
See: The Eagle, or, Dartmouth centinel.

309. Dartmouth gazette. w., Aug. 27, 1799-Dec. 27, 1800+

Note: Continued by the Dartmouth gazette, and Grafton and Coos advertiser, sometime between Oct. 13 and Nov. 17, 1813.

310. The Eagle, or, Dartmouth centinel. w., July 22, 1793- July (?), 1798.

Note: Continued by The Eagle in July 1798.

KEENE

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Cheshire journal.
See: The Columbian informer, or, Cheshire journal.

311. The Columbian informer, or, Cheshire journal. w., Apr. 4, 1793-July 21, 1795.

Note: Established Apr. 4, 1793, judging from the earliest issue located, that of Apr. 18, 1793, vol. 1, no. 3. The last issue located is that of July 21, 1795, and the newspaper evidently ceased publication in August 1795.

The New-Hampshire recorder.
See: The New-Hampshire recorder, and the weekly advertiser.

312. The New-Hampshire recorder, and the weekly advertiser. w., Aug. 7, 1787-Mar. 18, 1788; and Apr. 15, 1788- Mar. 3, 1791.

Note: Between Mar. 25-Apr. 8, 1788, the title was: The New-Hampshire recorder. As of Apr. 15, 1788 title again became The New-Hampshire recorder, and the weekly advertiser. No issues were published from Nov. 27, 1789-Mar. 18, 1790. Ceased publication with the issue of Mar. 3, 1791.

313. Newhampshire sentinel. w., Mar. 23, 1799-Dec. 27, 1800+

Note: continued to be published until 1957.

314. The Rising sun. w., Aug. 11, 1795-June 23, 1798.

Note: The last issue located is that of June 23, 1798.

PORTSMOUTH

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315. Federal observer. w., Nov. 22, 1798-May 29, 1800.

Note: Last issue located is that of May 29, 1800.

316. Fowle's New-Hampshire gazette, and general advertiser. w., Dec. 24, 1784-June 2, 1787.

Note: Continuation of The New-Hampshire gazette, and general advertiser (1781). Continued by The New- Hampshire gazette, and the general advertiser, starting with the issue of June 9, 1787.

317. The Freeman's journal, or, New-Hampshire gazette. w., May 25, 1776-June 9, 1778.

Note: Continuation of The New-Hampshire gazette, and historical chronicle. Continued by the New- Hampshire gazette, or, State journal, and general advertiser, starting with the issue of June 16, 1778.

New-Hampshire gazette (1776).
See: The Freeman's journal, or, New-Hampshire gazette.

New-Hampshire gazette (1778).
See: New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal, and general advertiser.

318. The New-Hampshire gazette. w., Oct. 7, 1756-Mar. 4, 1763.

Note: Continued by The New-Hampshire gazette, and historical chronicle, starting with the issue of Mar. 11, 1763. Following the title in most issues appear the words "containing the freshest advices, foreign and domestick". This was the first news- paper published in New Hampsire.

319. The New-Hampshire gazette. w., Apr. 16, 1793-Dec. 30, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The New-Hampshire gazette, and general advertiser. Merged with the Republican union to form the New-Hampshire gazette and Republican union, starting with the issue of Jan. 12, 1847.

320. The New-Hampshire gazette, and general advertiser. w., Sept. 8, 1781-Dec. 17, 1784.

Note: Continuation of New-Hampshire gazette, State journal, and general advertiser. Continued by Fowle's New-Hampshire gazette, and general advertiser, starting with the issue of Dec. 24, 1784.

321. The New-Hampshire gazette, and historical chronicle. w., Mar. 11, 1763-Jan. 9, 1776.

Note: Continuation of The New-Hampshire gazette, starting with the issue of Mar. 11, 1763. There was no issue for Oct. 24, 1775. Re- moved to greenland, N.H., Nov. 2, 1775; resumed publication in Portland with the issue of Jan. 9, 1776. On May 25, 1776, The Freeman's journal, or, New-Hampshire gazette, with new numbering, was established by Benjamin Dearborn and later transferred to Daniel Fowle, who changed the title to New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal, and general advertiser, June 16, 1778.

322. The New-Hampshire gazette, and the general advertiser. w., June 9, 1787-Apr. 9, 1793.

Note: Continuation of Fowle's New-Hampshire gazette, and general advertiser. Continued by The New Hampshire gazette, starting with the issue of Apr. 16, 1793.

323. New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal, and general advertiser. w., June 16, 1778-June 4, 1781.

Note: Continuation of The Freeman's journal, or, New- Hampshire gazette. On June 16, 1778, Daniel Fowle and his brother Zechariah began to print a newspaper for both Portsmouth and Exeter, the only difference being their imprints, which read: "Portsmouth, Printed by D. Fowle; or "Exeter, Printed by Z. Fowle". Sometimes the imprints were omitted, making it difficult to distinguish between issues. The last issue published for both towns was that of Feb. 16, 1779. For Exeter issues, see above under Exeter, New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal, and general advertiser. The issue of Feb. 23, 1779, was thus published soley for Portsmouth. This continued until May 25, 1779. For a brief period from Feb. 19-Apr. 1, Apr. 15, 1780, the title was: New-Hampshire gazette. On June 1, 1779, the paper was apparently again printed for both Portsmouth and Exeter, without any imprint, and this continued until June 4, 1781. After this time, the Portsmouth title became New-Hampshire gazette, State journal and general advertiser, the new title starting with the issue of June 11, 1781.

324. New-Hampshire gazette, State journal, and general advertiser . w., June 11-Sept. 3, 1781.

Note: Continuation of the New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal and general advertiser. Continued by The New-Hampsire gazette, and general advertiser, starting with the issue of Sept. 8, 1781.

The New-Hampshire mercury.
See: The New-Hampshire mercury, and general advertiser.

325. The New-Hampshire mercury, and the general advertiser. w., Dec. 24, 1784-Mar. 12, 1788.

Note: Issues of Mar. 1 and Oct. 18, 1786, were known as The New-Hampshire mercury. The last issue located is that of Mar. 12, 1788.

326. The New-Hampshire spy . s.w., Oct. 24, 1786-Mar. 3, 1789.

Note: Continued by Osborne's New Hampsire spy, start- ing with the issue of Mar. 6, 1789. Paged continuously.

327. The Oracle of the day . s.w., w., June 4, 1793-Dec. 28, 1799.

Note: Continued as The United States oracle of the day, Jan. 4, 1800.

328. Osborne's Newhampshire spy . s.w., w., Mar. 6, 1789- Mar. 2, 1793.

Note: Continuation of The New-Hampshire spy, beginning the new title with the issue of Mar. 6, 1789. Ceased publication with the issue of Mar. 2, 1793.

329. The Portsmouth mercury, and weekly advertiser . w., Jan. 21, 1765-Sept. 29, 1766.

Note: The last issue located is that of Sept. 29, 1766.

330. The Republican ledger . w., Aug. 29, 1799-Dec. 30, 1800+

Note: Continued by the Republican ledger, and Portsmouth price current, Nov. 24, 1801. Ceased publication with the issueof Dec. 27, 1803.

State journal, and general advertiser.
See: New-Hampshire gazette, or, State journal, and general advertiser.

331. The United States oracle of the day . w., Jan. 4-Dec. 27, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The Oracle of the day, beginning the new title Jan. 4, 1800. Continued as United States oracle, and Portsmouth advertiser, Oct. 17, 1801, until Oct. 15, 1803.

WALPOLE

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332. Farmer's museum, or, Lay preacher's gazette. w., Apr. 1, 1799-Feb. 10, 1800.

Note: Continuation of The Farmers weekly museum: Newhampshire and Vermont journal. Continued by Farmers museum, or, Literary gazette, starting with the issue of Feb. 17, 1800.

333. Farmers' museum, or, Literary gazette. w., Feb. 17- Dec. 29, 1800+

Note: A continuation of the Farmers' museum, or, Lay preacher's gazette. Continued by The Farmers museum, starting with the issue of Sept. 15, 1804.

The Farmer's weekly museum (1793).
See: The Newhampshire journal, or, The Farmer's weekly museum.

The Farmer's weekly museum (1793).
See: The Newhamshire and Vermont journal, or, The Farmer's weekly museum.

334. The Farmer's weekly museum: Newhampshire and Vermont journal . w., Apr. 4, 1797-Mar. 25, 1799.

Note: Continuation of The Newhampshire and Vermont journal, or, The Farmer's weekly museum, starting the new title with the issue of Apr. 4, 1797. Continued as the Farmers' museum, or, Lay preacher's gazette, starting with the issue of Apr. 1, 1799.

Lay preacher's gazette.
See: Farmers' museum, or, Lay preacher's gazette.

Lay preacher's gazette.
See: Farmers' museum, or, Literary gazette.

335. The Newhampshire and Vermont journal, or, The Farmer's weekly museum. w., Apr. 11, 1794-Mar. 28, 1797.

Note: Continuation of The Newhampshire journal, or, The Farmer's weekly museum. Continued as The Farmer's weekly museum: New hampshire and Ver- mont journal, starting with the issue of Apr. 4, 1797.

336. The Newhampshire journal, or, The Farmer's weekly museum. w., Apr. 11, 1793-Apr. 4, 1794.

Note: Continued by The Newhampshire and Vermont journal, or, The Farmer's weekly museum, starting with the issue of Apr. 11, 1794.

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