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ALBANY

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364. The Albany centinel. s.w., July 4, 1797-Dec. 30, 1800+

Note: Ceased publication with the issue of Nov. 10, 1806. Continued by the Republican crises, starting with the issue of Nov. 11, 1806.

365. Albany chronicle. w., Sept. 12, 1796-Aug. 21, 1797.

Note: Suspended publication Nov. 2, 1796, due to fire; resumed publication Jan. 2, 1797. Con- tinued by Albany chronicle, or, Journal of the times, with the issue of Aug. 28, 1797.

366. Albany chronicle, or, Journal of the times. w., Aug. 28, 1797-Apr. 9, 1798.

Note: Continuation of the Albany chronicle. The last issue located is that of Apr. 9, 1798.

367. The Albany gazette.w., Nov. 25, 1771-Aug. 3, 1772.

Note: Ceased publication less than a year after it was established. The last issue located is that of Aug. 3, 1772.

368. The Albany gazette. w., s.w., May 28, 1784-Dec. 25, 1800+

Note: Merged with The Albany daily advertiser, to form The Albany gazette, & daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Mar. 25, 1817.

369. Albany journal, or, The Montgomery, Washington and Columbia intelligencer. s.w., w., Jan. 26, 1788- May 11, 1789.

Note: Last issue located: May 11, 1789.

370. The Albany register. w., s.w., Oct. 13, 1788-Dec. 26, 1800+

Note: Ceased publication with the issue of May 12, 1820. Continued by the New-York statesman (Albany).

371. The New-York gazetteer, or, Northern intelligencer. w., June 3 (?), 1782-May 1, 1784.

Note: The last issue located is that of May 1, 1784. Ceased publication soon after this date.

Northern intelligencer.
See: The New-York gazetteer, or, Northern intelligencer.

BALLSTON SPA

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371.5 Saratoga register, or, Farmer's journal. w., July 1798(?)- 1800(?)

Note: Ceased publication in 1800.

BATH

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372. The Bath gazette, and Genesee advertiser. w., Dec. 21, 1796-Apr. 12, 1798.

Note: Established Dec. 21, 1796, judging from the date of the earliest issue located, that of Jan. 5, 1797, vol. 1, no. 3. The last issue located is that of Apr. 12, 1798.

BROOKLYN

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373. The Courier, and Long Island advertiser. w., June 26(?)- July 25, 1799.

Note: Judging from the issue of July 11, 1799, vol. 1, no. 2, the first issue was that of July 4, 1799; however, according to Gabriel Furnam in his Notes, geographical and historical relating to the town of Brooklyn of Long Island, page 94, the date of establishment was June 26, 1799. Continued by The Courier, and New-Yor and Long Island advertiser, starting with the issue of Aug. 1, 1799.

374. The Courier, and New-York and Long Island advertiser. w., Aug. 1, 1799-June 26, 1800.

Note: Continuation of The courier, and Long Island advertiser. Continued by The Long Island courier, starting with the issue of July 3, 1800.

375. The Long Island courier. w., July 3-Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The Courier, and New-York and Long Island advertiser. Ceased publication on Jan. 13, 1803.

CATSKILL

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376. Catskill packet. w., Aug. 6, 1792-Aug. 2, 1794

Note: Continued by the Catskill packet & western mail, starting with the issue of Aug. 9, 1794.

COOPERSTOWN

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377. The Otsego herald, or, Western advertiser. w., Apr. 3, 1795-Dec. 25, 1800+

Note: Continued by the Otsego herald, starting with the issue of Sept. 19, 1805.

Western advertiser.
See: The Otsego herald, or, Western advertiser..

FISHKILL

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The New-York packet.
See: The New-York packet, and the American advertiser..

378. The New-York packet, and the American advertiser. w., Jan. 16, 1777-Aug. 28, 1783.

Note: Removed from New York City and established at Fishkill on Jan. 16, 1777. The title was occasionally shortened to The New-York packet. The last issue published at Fishkill was that of Aug. 28, 1783; removed to New York City, where it was continued on Nov. 13, 1783.

HUDSON

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379. The Hudson weekly gazette. w., Apr. 7, 1785-Dec. 27, 1791.

Note: Continued by the Hudson gazette, starting with the issue of Jan. 3, 1792.

KINGSTON

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380. The Farmer's register. w., Sept. 29, 1792-Sept. 21, 1793.

Note: Continued by the Rising sun, starting with the issue of Sept. 28, 1793.

381. The New-York journal, and the general advertiser. w., July 7-Oct. 13, 1777.

Note: Continuation of The New-York journal, or, The General advertiser, published in New York, N.Y. Resumed publication at Kingston, July 7, 1777. Suspended publication with the issue of Oct. 13, 1777; removed to Poughkeepsie and revived there on May 11, 1778.

382. Rising sun. w., Sept. 28, 1793-Apr. 28, 1798.

Note: Continuation of The Farmer's register. Ceased publication with the issue of Apr. 28, 1798. Continued by the Ulster County gazette, starting with the issue of May 5, 1798.

Ulster and Delaware gazette.
See: Ulster County gazette.

383. Ulster County gazette. w., May 5, 1798-Dec. 27, 1800+

Note: Established May 5, 1798, judging from the date of the earliest issue located, May 12, 1798, vol. 1, no. 2; published with the title of Ulster County Gazette. The next two issues located, June 30, 1798, no. 9, and Sept. 15, 1798, no. 20, were known as the Ulster and Delaware Gazette. The issue of May 4, 1799, vol. 2, no. 53, was again entitled the Ulster County Gazette. The issue of Jan. 4, 1800, is famous for the large number of reprints that were made of it. Sixty-four sep- arate reprints are on record, of which the Library of Congress has 33. These began to appear in the first half of the nineteenth century, perhaps as early as 1825. At the Centennial Expositon in Philadelphia in 1876, thousdands of copies were sold as souvenirs. In 1877, a centennial exposition at Kingston, N.Y., offered a similar opportunity, and since that time there have been many others. For many decades there was no known original in existence, but in November 1930, the Library of Congress secured one, together with the issues of Dec. 28, 1799, and Jan. 11, 1800. Continued by the Ulster gazette, sometime between April 30- August, 1803.

LANSINGBURGH

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384. American spy. w., Apr. 8, 1791-Feb. 27, 1798.

Note: In June 1797, Wands discountinued the American spy and sold the establisment to Robert Moffitt & co., who established The Northern budget. Charles R. Webster, shortly thereafter, reestablished the American spy, and continued it into the year 1798. The issue for Feb. 27, 1798, is the last located with this title, which was continued by the Lansingburgh gazettte, in September, 1798.

385. Tiffany's recorder. w., June (?), 1793-Dec. 2, 1794.

Note: Continued by Lansingburgh recorder, starting with the issue of Dec. 9, 1794.

NEW YORK

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386. American citizen and general advertiser. d., Mar. 10- Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: This was virtually a continuation of Greenleaf's new daily advertiser, although it bore a new title and a new volume numbering. Continued by the American citizen, starting with the issue of Sept. 30, 1802.

387. American Minerva; an evening advertiser. d., May 6, 1795-Apr. 30, 1796.

Note: Continuation of American Minerva, and the New- York (evening) advertiser. Continued by The Minerva, & mercantile evening advertiser, starting with the issue of May 2, 1796.

388. American Minerva, and the New-York (evening) advertiser. d., Mar. 20, 1794-May 5, 1795. 1800+

Note: Continuation of the American Minerva, patroness of peace, commerce, and the liberal arts and the New-York (evening) advertiser. Continued by the American Minerva; an evening advertiser, starting with the issue of May 6, 1795.

389. The American Minerva, patroness of peace, commerce, and the liberal arts. d., Dec. 9, 1793-Mar. 18, 1794.

Note: Continued by the American Minerva, patroness of peace, commerce, and the liberal arts and the New-York (evening) advertiser, starting with Mar. 19, 1794, and continuing one issue.

390. American Minerva, patroness of peace, commerce, and the liberal arts and the New-York (evening) advertiser. d., Mar. 19, 1794.

Note: Continuation of The American Minerva, patroness of peace, commerce, and the liberal arts. Con- tinued by the American Minerva, and the New- York (evening) advertiser, starting with the issue of Mar. 20, 1794.

391. The American price-current. w., May 1-Aug. 7, 1786.

Note: Continued by The New-York price-current, starting with the issue of Aug. 14, 1786.

Argus. Greenleaf's new daily advertiser.
See: Greenleaf's new daily advertiser (1796)..

392. The Argus & Greenleaf's new daily advertiser. d., May 11-15, 1795.

Note: Continued by The Argus, or, Greenleaf's new daily advertiser, starting with the issue of May 16, 1795.

393. The Argus, or, Greenleaf's new daily advertiser. d., May 16, 1795-Aug. 2, 1796.

Note: Continuation of The Argus, & Greenleaf's new daily advertiser. Continued by Greenleaf's new daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Aug. 3, 1796.

394. Columbian gazette. w., Apr. 6-June 22, 1799.

Note: Ceased publication with the issue of June 22, 1799.

Greenleaf's new daily advertiser (1795).
See: The Argus, or, Greeneaf's new daily advertiser..

395. Columbian gazetteer. s.w., Aug. 22, 1793-Nov. 13, 1794.

Note: Continued by The New-York evening post, starting with the issue ofd Nov. 17, 1794.

396. Commercial advertiser . d., Oct. 2, 1797-Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The Minerva, & mercantile evening advertiser. Continued by the New-York commercial advertiser, starting with the issue of Jan. 12, 1804.

The Connecticut, Hudson's River, New-Jersey, and Quebec weekly advertiser (1773).
See: Rivington's New-York gazetteer, or, The Connecticut, Hudson's River, New-Jersey, and Quebec weekly advertiser..

The Connecticut, Hudson's River, New-Jersey, and Quebec weekly advertiser (1777).
See: Rivington's New-York gazette, or, The Connecticut, Hudson's River, New-Jersey, and Quebec weekly advertiser..

The Connecticut, New Jersey, Hudson's-River, and Quebec weekly advertiser.
See: Rivington,s New-York gazetteer, or, The Connecticut, New Jersey, Hudson's-River, and Quebec weekly advertiser..

397. The Constitutional gazette. s.w., Aug. 2, 1775-Aug. 28, 1776.

Note: Last issue located is that of Aug. 28, 1776. Probably ceased publication soon after, when the British entered New York.

398. The Daily advertiser. d., Oct. 17, 1787-Dec. 30, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The Daily advertiser, political, historical and commercial. Continued by The People's friend and dailly advertiser, starting with the issue of Sept. 1, 1806.

399. The Daily advertiser, political, commercial, and historical. d., Sept. 20-Oct. 21, 1785.

Note: Continuation of The New-York daily advertiser. Continued by The Daily advertiser, political, historical, and commercial, starting with the issue of Oct. 22, 1785.

400. The Daily advertiser, political, historical, and commercial. d., Oct. 22, 1785-Oct. 16, 1787.

Note: Continuation of The Daily advertiser, political, commercial, and historical. Continued by The Daily advertiser, start- ing with the issue of Oct. 17, 1787.

401. The Diary. d., Feb. 1, 1796-Mar. 18, 1797.

Note: Continuation of The Diary, & universal advertiser. Continued by the Diary and mercantile advertiser, starting with the issue of Mar. 20, 1797.

402. Diary and mercantile advertiser. d., Mar. 20, 1797- Sept. 13 (?), 1798.

Note: Continuation of The Diary. The last issue located with this title was that of Sept. 13, 1798, no. 1964, and at some time between this date and Nov. 10, 1798, no 1968, the title was changed to Mercantile advertiser.

403. The Diary, & universal advertiser. d., May 1795-Jan. 31, 1796.

Note: Continuation of The Diary, & universal daily advertiser. Continued by The Diary, starting with the issue of Feb. 1, 1796.

404. The Diary, & universal daily advertiser. d., Feb. (?)- May 1795.

Note: Continuation of The Diary, or, Evening register. Continued by The Diary, & universal advertiser, starting sometime in May 1795.

405. The Diary, or, Evening register. d., Jan. 1, 1794- Feb. (?), 1795.

Note: Continuation of The Diary, or, Loudon's register. Continued by The Diary, & universal daily advertiser, starting sometime in Feb.. 1795.

406. The Diary, or, Loudon's register. d., Feb. 15, 1792- Dec. 31, 1793.

Note: Continuation of The New-York packet. Continued by The Diary, or, Evening register, starting with the issue of Jan. 1, 1794.

Evening register.
See: The Diary, or, Evening register..

407. Forlorn hope. w., Mar. 24-Sept. 13, 1800.

Note: Published from the Prison, New York, in the interest of prison reform. Last issue located is that of Sept. 13, 1800.

408. Gazette Francaise. t.w., Mar. 4, 1796-Oct. 4, 1799.

Note: Continuation of Gazette Francaise et Americaine. Published in French. The last issue located is that of Oct. 4, 1799.

409. Gazette Francaise et Americaine. t.w., July 6, 1795- Mar. 2, 1796.

Note: Issues carried the sub-title: French and American gazette. Columns alternated French and English. Continued by Gazette Francaise, starting with the issue of Mar. 4, 1796.

410. Gazette of the United States. s.w., Apr. 15, 1789- Oct. 13, 1790.

Note: Paged continuously. File has index to v. 1, Apr. 15, 1789-Apr. 10, 1790. Suspended publication with the issue of Oct. 13, 1799; continued at Philadelphia Nov. 3, 1790.

The General advertiser.
See: The Independent journal, or, The General advertiser..

General advertiser.
See: The New-York mercury, or, General advertiser..

The General advertiser.
See: The New-York journal, or, The General advertiser..

411. Greenleaf's new daily advertiser. d., Aug. 3, 1796- Mar. 8, 1800.

Note: Continuation of The Argus, or, Greenleafs new daily advertiser. "Argus" appears in the title ornament. Continued by the American citizen and general advertiser, starting with the issue of Mar. l0, 1800.

412. Greenleaf's New York journal, & patriotic register. s.w., Jan. 1, 1794-Mar. 8, 1800.

Note: Continuation of The New-York journal, & patriotic register. Continued by the Republican watch-tower, starting with the issue of Mar. 12, 1800.

413. The Herald; a gazette for the country. s.w., June 4, 1794- Sept. 30, 1797.

Note: A semi-weekly edition of The American Minerva; an evening advertiser, for subscribers in the country. Index to v. 1, June 4, 1794-June 2, 1795. Continued by The Spectator, starting with the issue of Oct. 4, 1797.

The Impartial gazetteer.
See: The Impartial gazetteer, and Saturday evening post..

414. The Impartial gazetteer, and Saturday evening's post. w., May 17-Sept. 13, 1788.

Note: The title for the Aug. 9, 1788, issue is shortened to: The Impartial gazetteer. The work "evenings" in the title is shortened to "evening" in issues between Aug. 16-Sept. 13, 1788. Continued by The New-York weekly museum, starting with the issue of Sept. 20, 1788. This title is classified as AP2.L22, and is located in the Rare Book Room.

415. The Independent gazette, or, The New-York journal revived.w., s.w., Dec. 13, 1783-Mar. 11, 1784.

Note: Continuation of The Independent New-York gazette. Continued by The New-York journal, and State gazette, starting with the issue of Mar. 18, 1784.

416. The Independent journal, or, The General advertiser. w., s.w., Nov. 17, 1783-Dec. 24, 1788.

Note: Continued by The New-York daily gazette, starting with the issue of Dec. 29, 1788.

417. The Independent New-York gazette . w., Nov. 22-Dec. 6, 1783.

Note: Continues The New-York journal, and the general advertiser, which had been published in Poughkeepsie. Continued by The Independent gazette, or, The New- York journal revived, starting with the issue of Dec. 13, 1783.

418. Independent reflector . w., Nov. 30, 1752-Nov. 22, 1753.

Note: Issues consisted of a series of essays on political and religious sugjects, and might well be classified as a magazine, even though it resembled a newspaper and was concerned with topics of the day. The last issue located was Nov. 22, 1753.

419. Loudon's New-York packet . s.w., Nov. 11, 1784-May 13 (?), 1785.

Note: Continuation of The New York packet, and the American advertiser. Continued by The New-York packet, starting with the issue of May 16, 1785.

Loudon's register.
See: The Diary, or, Loudon's register..

420. Mercantile advertiser . d., November 1798-Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: Continuation of the Diary and mercantile adver- tiser. The last issue located of the Diary and Mercantile advertiser is that of Sept.l 13, 1798, and the first issue located of the Mercantile advertiser is Nov. 10, 1798. Continued by the New-York mercantile advertiser, starting with July 27 1829.

421. The Minerva, & mercantile evening advertiser . d., May 2, 1796-Sept. 30, 1797.

Note: Continuation of the American Minerva; an evening advertiser. Continued by the Commercial advertiser, starting with the issue of Oct. 2, 1797.

422. The Morning post, and daily advertiser . d., Oct. 6, 1788- Jan. 2, 1792.

Note: Continuation of the The New-York morning post, and daily advertiser. Continued by The New-York morning post, starting with the issue of Jan. 3, 1792.

423. Mott and Hurtin's New-York weekly chronicle. w., Jan. 1- Apr. 16, 1795.

Note: Continued by The New-York weekly chronicle, starting with the issue of Apr. 23, 1795.

424. New-York chronicle. w., s.w., May 8, 1769-Jan. 4, 1770.

Note: The last issue located is that of Jan. 4, 1770.

425. The New-York daily advertiser. d., Mar. 1-Sept. 19, 1785.

Note: Continued by The Daily advertiser, political, commercial, and historical, starting with the issue of Sept. 20, 1785.

426. New-York daily gazette.d, Dec. 29, 1788-Apr. 26(?), 1795.

Note: Continuation of The Independent journal, or, The General advertiser. Paged continuously through 1788-1790. File contains index to V. 1, Dec. 29, 1788-Dec. 31, 1789. Between January 27 or 28, 1795, title was: The New York gazette. Sometime between Mar. 5-28, 1795, title again became known as New-York daily gazette. Continued by The New- York gazette and general advertiser, sometime between Apr. 27 and May 13, 1795.

427. The New-York evening-post. w., Nov. 26, 1744-Dec. 18, 1752.

Note: Continuation of The New-York gazette (1725). With the issue of May 25, 1747, the hyphen was discontinued between the words "evening" and "post" in the title. The last issue located is that of Dec. 18, 1752, soon after which the paper probably ceased publication.

428. New-York evening post. t.w., Nov. 17, 1794-May 25, 1795.

Note: Continuation of the Columbian gazetteer. Ceased publication with the issue of May 25, 1795.

429. The New-York gazette. w., Nov. 8, 1725-Nov. 19, 1744.

Note: The first newspaper published in New York. Prob- ably ceased publication with the issue of Nov. 19, 1744. Continued by The New-York evening-post, starting with the issue of Nov. 26, 1744.

430. The New-York gazette. w., Aug. 13, 1759-Dec. 28, 1767.

Note: Continuation of Weyman's New-York gazette. Tem- porarily suspended because of the Stamp Act after June 10, 1765; resumed regular publication Nov. 25, 1765, having published three occasional issues during the interval. Ceased publication with the issue of Dec. 28, 1767.

The New York gazette (1795).
See: New York daily gazette..

431. The New-York gazette and general advertiser. d., Apr. 27, 1795-Dec. 26, 1800+

Note: A continuation of the New-York daily gazette, starting sometime between Apr. 27 and May 13, 1795. Suspended with the issue of Aug. 25, 1803, but resumed publication with Oct. 24, 1803. Continued by Lang, Turner & Co.'s New-York gazette & general advertiser, starting with the issue of Jan. 6, 1820.

432. The New-York gazette: and the weekly mercury. w., Feb. 1, 1768-Nov. 10 (?), 1783.

Note: Continuation of The New-York mercury. Between Feb. 1, 1768-Sept. 27, 1773, a semi-colon appears in the title instead of the colon. Ceased publi- cation, probably with the issue of Nov. 10, 1783.

433. The New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. w., Jan. 1, 1753-Mar. 12, 1759.

Note: Continuation of The New-York gazette, revived in the weekly post-boy. Between Jan. 31-Feb. 21, 1757, title was: The New-York gazette. As of Feb. 28, 1757, title again became The New-York gazette, or, the Weekly postboy. Continued by Parker's New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy, starting with the issue of Mar. 19. 1759.

434. The New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. w. , May 6, 1762-Oct. 9, 1766.

Note: Continuation of Parker's New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. The issue of May 29, 1766, was called The New-York journal, or, General advertiser, no. 1, but this title was not used again until Oct. 16, 1766, when it was made the permanent title of Holt's paper. Continued by The New-York jounal, or, General advertiser, starting with the issue of Oct. 16, 1766.

435. The New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. w., Oct. 16, 1766-August or September 1773.

Note: James Parker, after an absence of nearly five years from the field of journalism, on Oct. 16, 1766, opened a new printshop and began publishing a paper under the above title. He carried forward the volume and numbering of the paper of the same title which formerly had been published by John Holt and himself, but which since May 6, 1762, had been published soley by Holt. Ceased publication in 1773, probably in either August or September. The last issue located is that of July 12, 1773.

436. The New-York gazette, revived in the weekly post boy. w.,Jan. 19, 1747-Dec. 25, 1752.

Note: Continuation of The New-York weekly post-boy. Continued by The New York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy, starting with the issue of Jan. 1, 1753.

The New-York gazetteer.
See: The New-York gazetteer, and the country journal.

437. The New-York gazetteer; and, public advertiser. s.w., Dec. 18, 1786-Aug. 16, 1787.

Note: Continuation of the New-York gazetteer, or, Daily evening post. The last issue located is that of Aug. 16, 1787.

438. The New-York gazetteer, and the country journal. w., t.w., s.w., Dec. 3, 1783-Aug. 11, 1786.

Note: Continuation of The New-Jersey journal, published in Chatham, N.J. Between Dec. 3, 1783 and sometime in Dec. 1784, the word "the" was not included between the words "and" and "country" in the newspaper's title. For the period Dec. 7, 1784-Mar. 5, 1785, title was: The New-York gazetter. As of Mar. 8 1785, title again became: The New-York gazetteer and country journal. Continued by the New-York gazetteer, or, Daily evening post, starting with the issue of Aug. 14, 1786.

439. The New-York journal and daily patriotic register. d., Nov. 19, 1787-July 26, 1788.

Note: Continuation of the New-York journal, and weekly register. Thursday issues during this period were called: The New-York journal, and weekly register. Continued by The New-York journal, and weekly register, starting with the issue of July 31, 1788.

440. The New-York journal, & patriotic register. s.w., May 4, 1790-Dec. 28, 1793.

Note: Continuation of The New-York journal, and weekly register. Continued by Greenleaf's New York journal, & patriotic register, starting with the issue of Jan. 1, 1794.

441. The New-York journal, and State gazette. w., Mar 18, 1784- Feb. 10, 1785.

Note: Continuation of The Independent gazette, or, The New York journal revived. Continued by The New-York journal, and the general advertiser, starting with the issue of Feb. 17, 1785.

442. New-York journal, and weekly register. w., Jan. 18- Nov. 15, 1787.

Note: Continuation of The New-York journal, or, The Weekly register (1785). Continued by The New-York journal and daily patriotic register, starting with the issue of Nov. 19, 1787.

443. The New-York journal, and the general advertiser. w., Feb. 17-June 16, 1785.

Note: Continuation of The New-York journal, and State gazette. Continued by The New-York journal, or, The Weekly register, starting with the issue of June 23, 1785.

444. The New-York journal and weekly register. w., July 31, 1788-Apr. 26, 1790.

Note: Continuation of The New-York journal and daily partiotic register. Continued by The New-York journal & patriotic register, starting with the issue of May 4, 1790.

New-York journal, or, General advertiser (May 29, 1766).
See: New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy (1762).

445. The New-York journal, or, General advertiser. w., Oct. 16, 1766-Mar. 12, 1767.

Note: Continuation of the New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. Continued by the New-York journal, or, The General advertiser, starting with the issue of Mar. 19, 1767.

446. The New-York journal, or, The General advertiser. w., Mar. 19, 1767-Aug. 29, 1776.

Note: Continuation of The New-York journal, or, General advertiser. Ceased publication with the issue of Aug. 29, 1776, because of the British occupation of New York. Continued in Kingston, N.Y., by The New-York journal, and the general advertiser, starting with the issue of July 7, 1777.

447. The New-York journal, or, The Weekly register. w., June 23, 1785-Jan. 11, 1787.

Note: Continuation of The New-York journal, and the general adveritser. Continued by The New-York journal, and weekly register, starting with the issue of Jan. 18, 1787.

The New-York journal revived.
See: The Independent gazette, or, The New-York journal revived.

448. The New-York mercury. w., Aug. 3(?), 1752-Jan. 25, 1768.

Note: The subtitle, "Containing the freshest advices foreign and domestic", follows the title after a period. Continued by The New-York gazette: and the weekly mercury, starting with the issue of Feb. 1, 1768.

449. The New-York mercury, or, General advertiser. w., Sept. 3, 1779-Aug. 15, 1783.

Note: The last issue located is that of Aug. 15, 1783.

450. The New-York morning post. s.w., Apr. 1783-Feb. 1785.

Note: continuation of The New-York evening post (1782). Continued by The New-York morning post, and daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Feb. 23, 1785.

451. The New-York morning post, and daily advertiser. d., Feb. 23, 1785-Oct. 5, 1788.

Note: Continuation of The New-York morning post (1783). Continued by The Morning post, and daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Oct. 6, 1788.

452. The New-York packet. s.w., t.w., w., May 16, 1785- Jan. 26, 1792.

Note: Continuation of Loudon's New-York packet. Ceased publication with the issue of Jan. 26, 1792. Con- tinued by The Diary, or, Loudon's register, starting with the issue of Feb. 15, 1792.

453. The New York packet. And the American advertiser. w., Jan. 4, 1776-Aug. 29, 1776; Nov. 13, 1783-Nov. 8, 1784.

Note: Suspended publication with the issue of Aug. 29, 1776; was later reestablished at Fishkill, N.Y., Jan. 16, 1777. Returned to New York city after the war, and resumed publication on Nov. 13, 1783. Continued by Loudon's New-York packet, starting with the issue of Nov. 11, 1784.

454. The New-York price-current. w., Aug. 14 (?), 1786-(?).

Note: Notice of publication of this paper appears first in the issue of The Daily advertiser: pol- itical, historical, and commercial, for Aug. 10, 1786, page 3, col. 1, "A price current, given (gratis) every Monday, to the subscribers for this paper". Price to nonsubscribers one shilling. Judging from this notice the issue for Aug. 14, 1786, was the first issue published. This continues the American price-current.

455. New-York price-current. w., May 25, 1799-Dec. 27, 1800+

Note: Continuation of Oram's New-York price-current, and marine register. Continued by Oram's New-York price- current, starting with the issue of June 26, 1802.

456. New-York prices current. w., 1796-June 1797.

Note: Established early in 1796, judging from the date of the earliest issue located, that of Jan. 2, 1797, no. 54. Continued by Oram's New-York price-current, and marine register, starting with the issue of June 3 or 10, 1797.

457. The New-York weekly chronicle. w., Apr. 23-Oct. 1, 1795.

Note: Continuation of Mott and Hurtin's New-York weekly chronicle. The last issue located is that of Oct. 1, 1795.

458. The New-York weekly journal. w., Nov. 5, 1733-Mar. 18(?), 1751.

Note: The subtitle, "Containing the freshest advices, foreign and domestick", follows the title and is separated from it by a period and a line. The first issue was misprinted "Oct. 5." Ceased publication in 1751 prior to July 1. The last issue located is that of Mar. 18, 1751.

459. The New-York weekly museum. w., Sept. 20, 1788-May 7, 1791.

Note: Continuation of The Impartial gazetteer, and Saturday evening post. Continued by The Weekly museum, starting with the issue of May 14, 1791. This title is classified under AP2.L22, and is located in the Rare Book Room.

460. The New-York weekly post-boy. w., Jan. 3, 1743-Jan. 12, 1747.

Note: Continued by The New-York gazette, revived in the weekly post-boy, starting with the issue of Jan. 19, 1747.

461. Oram's New-York price-current, and marine register. w., June 10, 1797-May 18, 1799.

Note: Continuation of the New-York prices current. Continued by the New-York price-current, start- ing with the issue of May 25, 1799.

462. Parker's New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. w., Mar. 19, 1759-Apr. 29, 1762.

Note: Continuation of The New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy (1753). Continued by The New- York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy (1762), starting with the issue of May 6, 1762.

463. Porcupine's gazette. Jan. 13, 1800.

Note: Formerly published weekly at Bustleton, Pa. The last issue published in Bustleton was that of Oct. 26, 1799. The first and only issue published in New York was that of Jan. 13, 1800. Ceased publication with this issue.

464. Prisoner of hope. w., s.w., May 3-Aug. 23, 1800.

Note: Ceased publication with the issue of Aug. 23, 1800.

465. Register of the times. w., June 3, 1796-June 27, 1798.

Note: The last issue located is that of June 27, 1798.

466. Rivington's New-York gazette, and universal advertiser. s.w., Nov. 22-Dec. 31, 1783.

Note: Continuation of The Royal gazette. Ceased publication with the issue of Dec. 31, 1783.

467. Rivington's New-York gazette, or, The Connecticut, Hudson's River, New-Jersey, and Quebec weekly advertiser. Oct. 4- Oct. 11, 1777.

Note: Continuation of Rivington's New-York gazetteer, or, The Connecticut, Hudson's River, New-Jersey, and Quebec weekly advertiser. Continued by Rivington's New York loyal gazette, starting with the issue of Oct. 18, 1777.

468. Rivington's New-York gazetteer, or, The Connecticut, Hudson's River, New-Jersey, and Quebec weekly advertiser. w., Dec. 16, 1773-Nov. 23, 1775.

Note: Continuation of Rivington's New-York gazetteer, or, the Connecticut, New-Jersey, Hudson's-River, and Quebec weekly advertiser. Suspended publi- cation with the issue of Nov. 23, 1775. Con- tinued by Rivington's New-York gazette, or, The Connecticut, Hudson's River, New-Jersey, and Quebec weekly advertiser, starting with the issue of Oct. 4, 1777.

469. Rivington's New-York gazetteer, or, The Connecticut, New-Jersey, Hudson's-River, and Quebec weekly advertiser. w., Apr. 22-Dec. 9, 1773.

Note: A preliminary issue, unnumbered, was issued Mar. 18, 1773. Continued by Rivington's New-York gazetteer, or, The Connecticut, Hudson's River, New-Jersey, and Quebec weekly advertiser, starting with the issue of Dec. 16, 1773.

470. Rivington's New York loyal gazette. w., Oct. 18-Dec. 6, 1777.

Note: Continuation of Rivington's New-York gazette, or, The Connecticut, Hudson's River, New-Jersey, and Quebec weekly advertiser. Continued by The Royal gazette, starting with the issue of Dec. 13, 1777.

471. The Royal American gazette. w., s.w., Jan. 16, 1777- July 31, 1783.

Note: The last issue located is that of July 31, 1783. Ceased publication soon thereafter.

472. The Royal gazette. w., s.w., Dec. 13, 1777-Nov. 19, 1783.

Note: Continuation of Rivington's New York loyal gazette. Continued by Rivington's New-York gazette, and universal advertiser, starting with the issue of Nov. 22, 1783.

473. The Spectator. s.w., Oct. 4, 1797-Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: The semi-weekly edition of the Commercial adver- tiser, and successor to The Herald; a gazette for the country. Continued by the New-York spectator, start- ing with the issue of Jan. 14, 1804.

474. Temple of reason. w., Nov. 8-Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: Ceased publication in New York with the issue of Feb. 7, 1801; resumed in Philadelplhia on Apr. 22, 1801, and published there until Feb. 19, 1803.

475. The Time piece. t.w., Sept. 15, 1797-Aug. 30, 1798.

Note: Continuation of The Time piece; and literary companion. Ceased publication with the issue of Aug. 30, 1798.

476. The Time piece; and literary companion. t.w., Mar. 13- Sept. 13, 1797.

Note: A hyphen was included in the title between the words "time" and "piece" between Mar. 13-17, 1797. Continued by The Time piece, starting with the issue of Sept. 15, 1797.

477. Weekly museum. w., May 14, 1791-Dec. 27, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The New-York weekly museum (1788). Bound holdings of this title are classified under AP2.L22, and are located in the Rare Book Room. Microfilm holdings are in the Newspaper & Current Periodical Reading Room, under the control #3043. Continued by the New-York weekly museum (1805), starting with the issue of Aug. 17, 1805.

The Weekly post-boy (1753).
See: The New York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy (1753)..

The Weekly post-boy (1759).
See: Parker's New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post- boy..

The Weekly post-boy (1762).
See: The New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy (1762)..

The Weekly register.
See: The New-York journal, or, The Weekly register..

478. Weymans New-York gazette. w., Feb. 16-Aug. 6, 1759.

Note: Continued by The New-York gazette, starting with the issue of Aug. 13, 1759.

479. The Youth's news paper. w., Sept. 30-Nov. 4, 1797.

Note: This publication resembled a magazine, but considered itself a newspaper and summerized the news of the day. The last issue located is that of Nov. 4, 1797.

POUGHKEEPSIE

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480. American farmer, and Dutchess County advertiser. w., June 8, 1798-July 22, 1800.

Note: Ceased publication with the issue of July 22, 1800.

481. The Country journal, and the Poughkeepsie advertiser. w., Aug. 11, 1785-Sept. 23, 1788.

Note: Established Aug. 11, 1785, judging from the date of the earliest issue located, that of Sept. 15, 1785, no. 6. Continued by The Country journal, and Dutchess and Ulster County farmer's register, starting with the issue of Sept. 30, 1788.

482. The New-York journal, and the general advertiser. w., May 11, 1778-Jan. 6, 1782.

Note: Removed from Kingston, N.Y., where it had suspended publication Oct. 13, 1777; resumed at Poughkeepsie, May 11, 1778. Suspended publication Nov. 6, 1780- July 30, 1781, and again on Jan. 6, 1782; was revived in New York City as The Independent New-York gazette, starting with the issue of Nov. 22, 1783.

483. The Poughkeepsie journal. w., July 14, 1789-Dec. 30, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The Country journal, and Dutchess and Ulster County farmer's register. Continued by The Poughkeepsie journal, and constitutional repub- lican, starting with the issue of June 1, 1802.

SALEM

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484. Northern centinel. w., Jan. 1, 1798-Jan. 21, 1800+

Note: Continued by the Northern post, starting with the issue of May 22, 1804.

485. Washington patrol. w., May 27-Nov. 18, 1795.

Note: The last issue located is that of Nov. 18, 1795.

SCHENECTADY

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486. Mohawk Mercury. w., Dec. 15, 1794-Mar. 13, 1798.

Note: the last issue located is that of Mar. 13, 1798, in which issue the publisher announced his removal from the town during the following month.

TROY

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487. Northern budget . w., May 15, 1798-Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: Removed from Lansingburgh and established at Troy, starting with the issue of May 15, 1798. Continued by the Troy budget, sometime during or after 1825.

488. The Recorder . w., May 5-Dec. 8, 1795.

Note: Removed from Lansingburgh and established at Troy, May 5, 1795. The last issue located is that of Dec. 8, 1795.

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