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BRISTOL

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521. Aurora. General advertiser. d., Aug. 30-Oct. 19, 1799.

Note: Removed from Philadelphia, Aug. 30, 1799. Returned to Philadelphia, Oct. 22, 1799.

BUSTLETON

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522. Porcupine's gazette. w., Sept. 6-Oct. 26, 1799.

Note: Removed from Philadelplhia because of yellow fever, Sept. 6, 1799. The issue of Oct. 26, 1799, was the last published in Bustleton. Cobbett published a farewell issue, Jan. 13, 1800, in New York, N.Y.

CARLISLE

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The Carlisle gazette (1793).
See: The Carlisle gazette, and the western repository of knowledge.
The Carlisle gazette (1794).
See: Kline's Carlisle weekly gazette.

523. The Carlisle gazette, and the western repository of knowledge. w., Aug. 10, 1785-Jan. 1, 1794.

Note: Title for the issues of Dec. 11, 18, 1793, and Jan. 1, 1794, was abbreviated to The Carlisle gazette (1793), because of reduced size. Continued by Kline's Carlisle weekly gazette, starting with the issue of Jan. 8, 1794.

524. Kline's Carlisle weekly gazette. w., Jan. 8, 1794-Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The Carlisle gazette, and the western repository of knowledge. For a brief period between Jan. 22-Mar. 19, 1794, title was: The Carlisle gazette. As of Mar. 26, 1794, title again became: Kline's Carlisle weekly gazette. Continued by Kline's weekly Carlisle gazette, starting with the issue of Aug. 3, 1810.

525. The Telegraphe.. w., Feb. 10, 1795-May 3, 1796.

Note: The last issue located is that of May 3, 1796.

CHAMBERSBURG

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526. Farmer's register. w., Apr. 18, 1798-Apr. 10, 1799.

Note: The last issue published in Chambersburg was Apr. 10, 1799. Title removed to Greensburg.

527. The Franklin repository. w., Apr. 21, 1796-Dec. 25, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The Chambersburg gazette. Continued by The Franklin repository and Chambers- burg whig, starting in January 1840.

CHESTNUT HILL

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528. Chesnuthiller Wochenschrift. w., Dec. 15, 1790-Aug. 20, 1793.

Note: Established Dec. 15, 1790, with a prospectus issue of Oct. 8, 1790. The last issue located is that of Aug. 20, 1793, no. 138.

DOYLESTOWN

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529. The Farmers' weekly journal. w., July 25 (?), 1800+

Note: The last issue located is that of Jan. 29, 1801.

EASTON

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530. Neuer unpartheyischer Eastoner Bothe, und Northampton kundschafter. w., Aug. (?), 1793-Dec. (?), 1800+

Note: The first issue located is that of Sept. 24, 1794 (no. 56). Continued until Feb. 6, 1805.

GERMANTOWN

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531. Die Germantauner zeitung. bi-w., w., Feb. 8, 1785-July 16, 1793.

Note: In German. The last issue located is that of July 16, 1793. The paper may have been continued until 1799.

532. Pensylvanische berichte, oder, Sammlung wichtiger nachrichten aus dem natur- und kirchen-reich. m., s.m., fortnigthly, June 16, 1746-July 1766.

Note: Continuation of Hock-deutsch Pensylvanische berichte, oder, Sammlung wichtiger nachrichten aus dem natur- und kirchen-reich. The last issue located is that of Apr. 9, 1762. Ceased publication in July 1766. Continued by Germantowner zeitung, oder, Sammlung wahrscheinlicher nachrichten aus dem natur- und kirchen-reich. In German.

Sammlung wichtiger nachrichten aus dem natur- und kirchen- reich.
See: Pensylvanische berichte, oder, Sammlung wichtiger nachrichten aus dem natur- und kirchen-reich..

HARRISBURG

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533. The Harrisburgh journal, and the weekly advertiser. w., Aug. 26. 1789-(?).

Note: Continued by the Oracle of Dauphin and Harrisburg advertiser, Oct. 20, 1792.

534. The Oracle of Dauphin, and Harrisburgh advertiser. w., Oct. 20, 1792-Dec. 29, 1800+

Note: Continuation of the Harrisburgh journal, and the weekly advertiser. Ceased publication with the issue of Nov. 14, 1807. Continued by the Oracle of Dauphin.

LANCASTER

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535. Der Deutsche porcupein, und Lancaster anzeigis-nachrichten. w., Jan. 3, 1798-Dec. 25, 1799.

Note: In German. Continuation of the Neu unpartheyische Lancaster zeitung, und anzeigs-nachrichten. Continued by Der Americanische staatsbothe, und Lancaster anzeigs-nachrichten, starting with the issue of Jan. 1, 1800.

The General advertiser.
See: The Pennsylvania packet, or, The General advertiser.
536. Lancaster journal. w., June 18, 1794-Dec. 27, 1800+

Note: Ceased publication in October 1839. Merged with the Lancaster intelligencer to form the Intelligen- cer & journal, in 1839.

537. Neue unpartheyische Lancaster zeitung, und anzeigs- nachrichten. w., Aug. 8, 1787-Nov. 1, 1797 (?).

Note: In German, with some advertisements in English. The last issue located is that of Nov. 1, 1797. Continued by Der Deutsche porcupein, und Lancaster anzeigns-Nachrichten, starting with the issue of Jan. 3, 1798.

538. The Pennsylvania packet, or, The General advertiser. w., Nov. 29, 1777-June 17, 1778.

Note: Removed from Philadelplhia--where it had been published under the title Dunlap's Pennsylvania packet, or, The General advertiser--upon the occu- paction of the city by the British. The first Lancaster issue was that of Nov. 29, 1777; the second was Dec. 3, 1777, and thereafter it was published weekly with extra issues on Mar. 9, May 23, and June 6, 1778. The last issue published in Lancaster was that of June 17, 1778; publication was resumed at Philadelphia, July 4, 1778.

539. Das Pennsylvanische zeitungs-blat, oder, Sammlung sowohl auswartig- als einheimischer neuigkeiten.. w., Feb. 4- June 24, 1778.

Note: In German. Ceased publication on June 24, 1778.

Sammlung sowohl auswartig- als einheimischer neuigkeiten.
See: Das Pennsylvanische zeitungs-blat, oder, Sammlung sowohl auswartig- als einheimischer neuigkeiten. .

NORRISTOWN

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540. The Norristown gazette. w., June 15, 1799-June 6, 1800.

Note: A preliminary issue on June 1, 1799, is reported. The last issue located is that of June 6, 1800. Sower establised the Norristown herald, and weekly advertiser, Oct. 10, 1800.

NORTHUMBERLAND

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541. The Sunbury and Northumberland gazette.. w., Oct. 9(?), 1793-Dec. 27, 1800+

Note: A continuation of The Sunbury and Northumberland gazette, printed in 1792 by Andrew Kennedy, at Sunbury. The earliest issue located with the Northumberland imprint is that of Oct. 9, 1793, vol. 2, no. 71. Continued by Kennedy's Sunbury and Northumberland gazette, in 1801.

PHILADELPHIA

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Der Allgemeine americanische zeitungs-schreiber.
See: Die Pennsylvanisce gazette, oder, Der Allgemeine americanische zeitungs-schreiber .

542. The American herald, and general advertiser. s.w., June 21-July 5, 1784.
543. The American navel and commercial register. s.w., Nov. 25- Dec. 19, 1795.

Note: Continued by Finlay's American naval and commercial register, starting with the issue of Dec. 28, 1795.

544. The American star. L'Etoile Americaine. tw., w., Apr. 1- May 3, 1794.

Note: Continuation of The American star, or, Historical, political, critical, and moral journal. Published in English and French. The last issue located is that May 3, 1794.

545. The American star, or, Historical, political, critical, and moral journal . t.w., Feb. 1-Mar. 25, 1794.

Note: Published in English and French, with English on the left column of each page, and French on the right column. The French title, listed on the right column of each front page is: L'Etoile Americaine, ou, Journal historique, politique, critique et moral. Continued by The American star. L'Etoile Americaine, starting with the issue of Apr. 1, 1794.

546. The American weekly mercury. w., Dec. 22, 1719-May 22 (?), 1746.

Note: The American weekly mercury was the first newspaper published in the middle colonies, and the fourth, in order of time, published in America. Preface to v. 1. The volumes for Dec. 22, 1719-Jan. 7, 1724, are indexed; these were republished in facsimile by the Colonial Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1907. The last issue located is that of May 22, 1746. Ceased publication soon after 1746.

547. Aurora. General advertiser. d., Nov. 8, 1794-Dec. 1800+

Note: Continuation of the General advertiser. Because of the fever epidemic, publication was suspended at Philadelphia with the issue of Aug. 27, 1799, and was begun at Bristol, Aug. 30, 1799. Publication continued there through Oct. 19, and with the issue of Oct. 22, 1799 it returned to Philadelphia. Merged with the Franklin gazette to form the Aurora and Franklin gazette, on Nov. 22, 1824.

548. Bache's Philadelphia aurora . t.w., June 14, 1797- Mar. 6/7, 1800.

Note: This is the tri-weekly edition of the Aurora. General advertiser. It contains all the news of the daily issues. The earliest issue of the tri-weekly located is that of June 14, 1797. Continued as The Philadelphia aurora, starting with the issue of Mar. 8/10, 1800.

549. Carey's Pennsylvania evening herald . s.w., Jan. 25- Feb. 8,1785.

Note: Continued by Carey's Pennsylvania evening herald and American monitor, starting with the issue of Feb. 12, 1785. Indexed.

550. Carey's Pennsylvania evening herald and American monitor. s.w., Feb. 12-Mar. 22, 1785.

Note: Continuation of Carey's Pennsylvania evening herald. Continued by The Pennsylvania evening herald: and the American monitor, starting with the issue of Mar. 26, 1785.

551. Carey's United States' recorder. t.w., Jan. 23-Aug. 30, 1798.

Note: Ceased publication with the issue of Aug. 30, 1798.

The Chronicle of freedom.
See: The Independent gazetteer, or, The Chronicle of freedom.

552. Claypoole's American daily advertiser. d., Jan. 1, 1796- Sept. 30, 1800.

Note: Continuation of Dunlap and Claypoole's American daily advertiser. Continued by Poulson's American daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Oct. 1, 1800.

Claypoole's daily advertiser.
See: The Mail, or, Claypoole's daily advertiser.

553. The Complete counting house companion . w., Mar. 19, 1785(?)-Oct. 30, 1790.

Note: Issued as a free supplement to the subscribers of The Pennsylvania evening herald and the American Monitor, which was established Jan. 25, 1785. The issue of Mar. 19, 1785, is the earliest located. It underwent the same changes of editorship and imprint as the latter, until Feb. 5, 1788, when Mathew Carey became sole publisher of The Pen- nsylvania evening herald and William Spotswood became publisher of The Complete counting house companion, which henceforth was a separate publication. The last issue located is the of Oct. 30, 1790.

554. The Constitutional diary and Philadelphia evening advertiser. d., Dec. 2, 1799-Feb. 3, 1800.

Note: The last issue located is that of Feb. 3, 1800.

555. Country porcupine. t.w., Mar,. 3/5, 1798-Aug. 27/28, 1799.

Note: A tri-weekly edition of Porcupine's gazette. Ceased publication with the issue of Aug. 27/29, 1799.

556. Courier de l'Amerique. s.w., July 27-Oct. 26, 1784.

Note: This was the first French newspaper printed in America. Ceased publication with the issue of Oct. 26, 1784.

557. Courier de l'Amerique. s.w., Dec. 4, 1792-Feb. 22, 1793.

Note: The volume numbering indicates a suspension from Jan. 11 to Feb. 15, 1793. The last issue located was that of Feb. 22, 1793, no. 14.

558. Courrier francais. d.,t.,w. Apr. 15, 1794-July 3, 1798.

Note: In French. Ceased publication with the issue of July 3, 1798.

559. The Daily advertiser. d., Feb. 7-July 4, 1797.

Note: Continued as Carey's dail advertiser, starting with the issue of July 5, 1797.

560. The Dessert to the true American. w., July 14, 1798- Aug. 19, 1799.

Note: Continues The Philadelphia minerava. In the issue of July 14, 1798, the word "dessert" was spelled "desert" in the title. With the issue of July 28, 1798, the title was corrected to The Dessert to the true American. Published as a weekly literary supplement to The True American and commercial advertiser. The last issue located is that of Aug. 19, 1799.

561. Dunlap and Claypooles American daily advertiser. d., Dec. 9, 1793-Dec. 31, 1795.

Note: Continuation of Dunlap's American daily advertiser. Continued as Claypoole's American daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Jan. 1, 1796.

562. Dunlap's American daily advertiser. d., Jan. 1, 1791- Dec. 7, 1793.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania packet, and daily advertiser. Suspended publication Sept. 16-Nov. 30, 1793, because of yellow fever. Continued as Dunlap and Claypoole's American daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Dec. 9, 1793.

563. Dunlap's Pennsylvania packet, or, The General advertiser. w., Oct. 25, 1773-Sept. 9, 1777.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania packet. And the General advertiser. Removed to Lancaseter, Pa., after the issue of Sept. 9, 1777, because of the British occupation of Philadelphia. Continued at Lancaster as The Pennsylvania packet, or, The General advertiser, Nov. 29, 1777-June 18, 1778, and returned to Philadelphia with that title, July 4, 1778.

564. The Evening chronicle. t.w., s.w., May 5-Nov. 7, 1787.

Note: Continuation of The Evening chronicle, or, The Philadelphia advertiser. The last issue located is that of Nov. 7, 1787.

L'Etoile Americaine, ou, Journal historique, politique, critique et moral.
See: The American star, or, Historical, political, critical, and moral journal.

565. The Evening chronicle, or, The Philadelphia advertiser. t.w., Feb. 6-May 3, 1787.

Note: After the title but seprated from it by a line appear the words "Containing the freshest advices, both foreign and domestic; with a variety of other matter, usefull, instructive, & entertaining." Continued by The Evening Chronicle, starting with the issue of May 5, 1787.

566. The Federal gazette and Philadelphia daily advertiser. d., Apr. 1, 1790-Dec. 31, 1793.

Note: Continuation of The Federal gazette, and Philadelplhia evening post. Continued by The Philadelphia gazette and universal daily adver- tiser, starting with the issue of Jan. 2, 1794.

567. The Federal gazette, and Philadelphia evening post. d., Oct. 1, 1788-Mar. 31, 1790.

Note: Continued The Federal gazette and Philadelphia daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Apr. 1, 1790.

568. The Federal gazette, and the Philadelphia evening post. t.w., Mar. 8-Apr. 24, 1788.

Note: Ceased publication with the issue of Apr. 24, 1788. Later in the year, Andrew Brown established a daily with the same title, but lacking the word "the" between "and" and "Philadelphia".

569. Finlay's American naval and commercial register. s.w., Dec. 28, 1795-May 1, 1798.

Note: Continuation of The American naval and commercial register. The last issue located is that of May 1, 1798.

570. The Freeman's journal, or, The North-American intelligencer. w., Apr. 25, 1781-May 16, 1792.

Note: Ceased publication with the issue of May 16, 1792.

571. Gale's independent gazetteer. s.w., Sept. 16, 1796- Sept. 12, 1797.

Note: Continuation of The Independent gazetteer. Ceased publication with the issue of Sept. 12, 1797.

572. Gazette of the United States . s.w., Nov. 3, 1790-Sept. 18, 1793.

Note: Removed from New York and continued at Philadelphia with the issue of Nov. 3, 1790. Paged continuously, and probably indexed, through the issue of Sept. 18, 1793. Continued by the Gazette of the United States and evening advertiser, starting with the issue of Dec. 11, 1793.

573. Gazette of the United States. d., July 1, 1795-June 30, 1796.

Note: Continuation of Gazette of the United States and daily evening advertiser. For the period July 2, 1795-Jan. 5, 1796, title was Gazette United States. Continued by Gazette of the United States, & Philadelphia daily advertiser, starting with the issue of July 1, 1796.

574. Gazette of the United States, & daily advertiser. d., June 28-Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: Continuation of Gazette of the United States, & Philadelphia daily advertiser. Continued by Gazette of the United states, starting with the issue of Nov. 2, 1801.

575. Gazette of the United States and daily evening advertiser. d., June 12, 1794-June 30, 1795.

Note: Continuation of Gazette of the United States and evening advertiser. Continued by Gazette of the United States (1795), starting with the issue of July 1, 1795.

576. Gazette of the United States and evening advertiser. d., Dec. 11, 1793-June 11, 1794.

Note: Continuation of the Gazette of the United States (1790). Continued by the Gazette of the United States and daily evening advertiser, starting with the issue of June 12, 1794.

577. Gazette of the United States, & Philadelphia daily advertiser. d., July 1, 1796-June 27, 1800.

Note: Continuation of the Gazette of the United States (1796). For the period between June 9, 1797-June 24, 1800, the word "and" replaced the "&" in the title. Continued by the Gazette of the United States, & daily advertiser, starting with the issue of June 28, 1800.

Gazette United States.
See: Gazette of the United States (1795).

578. Gemeinnutzigige Philadelphische correspondenz . w., May 2, 1781-Sept. 24, 1790.

Note: Established May 2, 1781, judging from the date of the earliest issue located, that of July 18, 1781, no. 12. Continued by Neue Philadelphische correspondenz, starting with the issue of Oct. 1, 1790. In German.

The General advertiser (1773).
See: Dunlap's Pennsylvania packet, or, The General advertiser.

The General advertiser (1778).
See: Dunlap's Pennsylvania packet, or, The General advertiser.

579. General advertiser . d., Aug. 16, 1791-Nov. 7, 1794.

Note: Continuation of the General advertiser, and political commercial, agricultural and literary journal. Continued by Aurora. General advertiser, starting with the issue of Nov. 8, 1794.

580. General advertiser, and political, commercial, agricultural and literary journal. d., Oct. 1, 1790-Aug. 15, 1791.

Note: Continued by the General advertiser, starting with the issue of Aug. 16, 1791.

581. Der General-postbothe an die Deutsche nation in Amerika. s.w., Jan. 5, 1790-June 29, 1790.

Note: In German. Paged continuously. Ceased publi- cation with the issue of June 29, 1790.

582. Henrich Millers Pennsylvanisher staatsbote . s.w, w., May 23, 1775-May 26, 1779.

Note: Continuation of Der Wochentliche Pennsylvanische staatsbote. Suspended publication Sept. 17, 1777- Aug. 5, 1778. Ceased publication with the issue of May 26, 1779. In German.

583. The Independent gazetteer. s.w., Jan. 11, 1794-Sept. 10, 1796.

Note: Continuation of The Independent gazetteer, and agricultural repository. Continued by Gale's inde- pendent gazetteer, starting with the issue of Sept. 16, 1796.

584. The Independent gazetteer, and agricultural repository. w., Jan. 16, 1790-Jan. 4, 1794.

Note: Continuation of The Independent gazetteer, or, The Chronicle of freedom. Continued by The Independent gazetter, starting with the issue of Jan. 11, 1794.

585. The Independent gazetteer, or, The Chronicle of freedom. w., s.w., d., Apr. 13, 1782-Jan. 9, 1790.

Note: Continued by The Independent gazetteer, and agricultural repository, starting with the issue of Jan. 16, 1790.

586. The Level of Europe and North America.. Oct. 1, 1794.

Note: The initial issue, vol. 1, no. 1, dated Oct. 1794, contained the alternative French title: Le Niveau de l'Europe & de l'Amerique Septentrionalle. Continued by The Level of Europe and North America, or, The Observer's Guide, starting with the issue of Feb. 9, 1795.

587. The Level of Europe and North America, or, The Observer's guide. Feb. 9, 1795-Jan. 27, 1796.

Note: Continuation of The Level of Europe and North America. Also contains the alternative French title: Le Niveau de l'Europe & l'Amerique Septentrionalle. The last issue is that of Jan. 27, 1796. Continued by Intelligence of both worlds.

588. The Mail, or, Claypoole's daily advertiser. d. June 1, 1791-Sept. 30, 1793.

Note: Ceased publication with the issue of Sept. 30, 1793. On Dec. 9, 1793, Claypoole joined in partnership with John Dunlap to publish Dunlap and Claypoole's American daily advertiser.

The Morning and evening gazette.
See: The New world, or, The Morning and evening gazette. .

589. National gazette. s.w., Oct. 31, 1791-Oct. 26, 1793.

Note: Paged continuously. Ceased publication with the issue of Oct. 26, 1793.

590. Neue Philadelphische correspondenz. s.w., w., Oct. 1, 1790-Nov. 20, 1792.

Note: Continuation of Gemeinutzige Philadelphische correspondenz. Continued by Philadelplhische correspondenz, starting with the issue of Nov. 27, 1792. In German.

591. The New world. d., Oct. 24, 1796-Aug. 16, 1797.

Note: Continuation of The New world, or, The Morning and evening gazette. Ceased publication with the issue of Aug. 16, 1797.

592. The New world, or, The Morning and evening gazette. twice daily, Aug. 15, 1796-Oct. 24, 1796.

Note: Continued by The New World, starting with the evening issue of Oct. 24, 1796.

The North-American intelligencer.
See: The Freeman's journal, or, The North-American intelligencer.
The Observer's guide.
See: The Level of Europe and North American, or, The Observer's guide.
Ordentlicher relation derer einlauffenden neuigkeiten.
See: Pennsylvanisce fama, oder, Ordentlicher relation derer einlauffenden neuigkeiten.
593. The Pennsylania chronicle, and universal advertiser. w., Jan. 26, 1767-Feb. 8, 1774.

Note: Paged continuously. Issues for 1767-1771 have the subtitle: Containing the freshest advices, both foreign and domestic; with a variety of other matter, useful, instructive, and entertaining. Ceased publication with the issue of Feb. 8, 1774.

594. The Pennsylvania evening herald: and the American monitor. s.w., Mar. 26, 1785-May 27, 1786.

Note: Continuation of Carey's Pennsylvania evening herald and American monitor. Paged continuously. The index of v. 1, Jan. 25-July 23, 1785, appears in the issue of July 23, 1785; and the index of v. 2, July 27, 1785- Jan. 21, 1786, appears in the issue of Jan. 21, 1786. The title page for v. 1 and 2, Jan. 25, 1785-Jan. 21, 1786, is bound at the front of the volume for 1785. Continued by The Pennsylvania herald, and general advertiser, starting with the issue of May 31, 1786.

595. The Pennsylvania evening post. t.w., s.w., Jan. 24, 1775- July 30, 1781.

Note: Paged continuously. Publication was irregular from 1776-1781. Nearly all issues in 1780 were single sheets. Continued by The Pennsylvania evening post, and public advertiser, starting with the issue of Aug. 3, 1781.

596. The Pennsylvania evening post, and daily advertiser. d., May 30, 1783-Oct. 26, 1784.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania evening post, and daily advertiser. The last issue located is that of Oct. 26, 1784.

597. The Pennsylvania evening post, and public advertiser. d., Aug. 3, 1781-May 19, 1783.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania evening post. Continued by the Pennsylvania evening post, and daily advertiser, starting with the issue of May 30, 1783.

598. The Pennsylvania gazette. w., Oct. 2, 1729-Sept. 10, 1777.

Note: Continuation of The Universal instructor in all arts and sciences, and Pennsylvania gazette. Issues from 1735-1777, have a subtitle, "Containing the freshest advices, foreign and domestick." Beginning Oct. 11, 1759, "domestic" is spelled with the "k". Suspended publication at Philadelphia with the issue of Sept. 10, 1777, upon the arrival of the British troops. Publish- ed at York, Pa., Dec. 20, 1777-June 20, 1778. Continued by The Pennsylvania gazette, and weekly advertiser, published in Philadelphia, starting with the issue of Jan. 5, 1779.

599. The Pennsylvania gazette. w., Dec. 20, 1777-June 20, 1778.

Note: Formerly published at Philadelphia, where it suspended publication after the issue of Sept. 10, 1777. The first issue published at York was that of Dec. 20, 1777. Ceased publication with the issue June 20, 1778. Resumed publication at Philadelphia with the issue of Jan. 5, 1779, under the title: The Pennsylvania gazette, and weekly advertiser.

600. The Pennsylvania gazette. w., Nov. 13, 1782-Dec. 24, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania gazette, and weekly advertiser. Ceased publication with the issue of Oct. 11, 1815.

601. The Pennsylvania gazette, and weekly advertiser. w., Jan. 5, 1779-Nov. 6, 1782.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania gazette, published at York, Pennsylvania. During the following brief periods, title was The Pennsylvania gazette: Feb. 20, Apr. 3-June 19, July 3-31, Sept. 18-Oct. 16, 1782. Continued by The Pennsylvania gazette (1782), starting with the issue of Nov. 13, 1782.

602. The Pennsylvania herald, and general advertiser. s.w., t.w., May 31, 1786-Feb. 14, 1788.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania evening herald, and the American monitor. Paged continuously. The title page for vol. 3 and 4, Jan. 25, 1786-Jan. 20, 1787, is bound at the front of the volume for May-June, 1786. The index of vol. 3, Jan. 25- July 22, 1786, is bound following the issue of July 22, 1786; and the index of vol. 4, July 26, 1786-Jan. 20, 1787, appears in the issue of Jan. 20, 1787. The last issue located is that of Feb. 14, 1788.

603. The Pennsylvania journal, and the weekly advertiser. w., Jan. 30, 1766-Sept. 1777.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania journal, and weekly advertiser (1751). Continued by The Pennsylvania journal and weekly advertiser, starting with the issue of Dec. 23, 1778.

604. The Pennsylvania journal and the weekly advertiser. w., s.w., May 17, 1780-Sept. 18, 1793.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania journal and weekly advertiser. The last issue located is that of Sept. 18, 1793.

605. The Pennsylvania journal, and weekly advertiser. w., June 13, 1751-Jan. 23, 1766.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania journal, or, Weekly advertiser. Continued by The Pennsylvania journal, and the weekly advertiser, starting with the issue of Jan. 30, 1766.

606. The Pennsylvania journal and weekly advertiser. w., Dec. 23, 1778-May 10, 1780.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania journal, and the weekly advertiser. Continued by The Pennsyl- vania journal and the weekly advertiser, starting with the issue of May 17, 1780.

607. The Pennsylvania journal, or, Weekly advertiser. w., Dec. 21, 1742-June 6, 1751.

Note: Continuation of The Weekly advertiser, or, Pennsylvania journal. Continued by The Pennsylvania journal, and weekly advertiser, starting with the issue of June 13, 1751.

608. The Pennsylvania ledger, or, The Philadelphia market-day advertiser. s.w., Dec. 3, 1777-May 23, 1778.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania ledger, or, The Weekly advertiser. This was a Tory newspaper, and ceased publication with the issue of May 23, 1778, just previous to the evacuation of Philadelphia by British troops.

609. The Pennsylvania ledger, or, The Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, & New-Jersey weekly advertiser . w., Jan. 28, 1775-Nov. 30, 1776.

Note: Issues for June 22-Nov. 30, 1776, have an "and" rather than an "&" in the title. Continued by The Pennsylvania ledger, or, The Weekly advertiser, starting with the issue of Oct. 10, 1777.

610. The Pennsylvania ledger, or, The Weekly advertiser. w., Oct. 10-Nov. 26, 1777.

Note: Continuation of The Pennyslvania ledger, or, The Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, & New- Jersey weekly advertiser. Continued by The Pennsylvania ledger, or, The Philadelphia market- day advertiser, starting with the issue of Dec.3, 1777.

611. The Pennsylvania mercury, and Philadelphia price-current. t.w., w., July 21, 1791-Mar. 1, 1792.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania mercury, and universal advertiser. Ceased publication with the issue of Mar. 1, 1792.

612. The Pennsylvania mercury, and the universal advertiser. w., Apr. 7, 1775.

Note: Continued by Story & Humphres's Pennsylvania mercury, and universal advertiser, starting with the issue of Apr. 14, 1775.

613. The Pennsylvania mercury, and universal advertiser. w., t.w., Aug. 20, 1784-July 19, 1791.

Note: Continued by The Pennsylvania mercury, and Philadelphia price-current, starting with the issue of July 21, 1791.

614. The Pennsylvania packet, and daily advertiser . d., Sept. 21, 1784-Dec. 31, 1790.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania packet, and general advertiser. Continued as Dunlap's American daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Jan. 1, 1791.

615. The Pennsylvania packet, and general advertiser. t.w., Oct. 14, 1783-Sept. 18, 1784.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania packet, or, The General advertiser. Continued by The Pennsylvania packet, and daily advertiser, starting with the issue of Sept. 21, 1784.

616. The Pennsylvania packet. And the general advertiser. w., Oct. 28, 1771-Oct. 18, 1773.

Note: The punctuation in the title of the issue for Oct. 28, 1771, is a semi-colon, and that for Nov. 4, 1771, is a comma. Continued as Dunlap's Pennsylvania packet, or, The General advertiser, starting with the issue of Oct. 25, 1773.

617. The Pennsylvania packet, or, The General advertiser. t.w., s.w., July 4, 1778-Oct. 11, 1783.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvania packet, or, The General advertiser, Lancaster, Pa., which had formerly been published at Philadelphia as Dunlap's Pennsyllvania packet, or, The General advertiser. The first issue after its return to Philadelphia was July 4, 1778. The facsimile of the Seept. 21, 1784, issue calls this paper the first daily published in America. The issue of Sept. 19, 1787, printed verbatim the Constitution of the United States -- two days after it was presented to the Convention -- along with two resolutions of the Convention pertaining to it. This may be the first public printing of the Constitution. Continued by The Pennsylvania packet, and general advertiser, starting with the issue of Oct. 14, 1783.

618. Pennsylvanische fama, oder, Ordentlicher relation derer einlauffenden neuigkeiten. w., Feb. 1748(?)-1751.

Note: Judging from the earliest of the only two known issues, Mar. 10 and Mar. 17, 1750, the newspaper was established in February 1748.

619. Die Pennsylvanische gazette, oder, Der Allgemeine americanische zeitungs-schreiber. w., Feb. 3, 1779.

Note: Probably only one issue published.

620. Pennsylvanische staats-courier. w., Oct. 4, 1777- June(?), 1778.

Note: Published at Philadelphia during the British occupation. Ceased publication sometime in June 1778.

The Philadelphia advertiser.
See: The Evening chronicle, or, The Philadelphia advertiser.

621. The Philadelphia aurora. t.w., Mar. 10-Nov. 5, 1800.

Note: Continuation of Bache's Philadelphia aurora. Continued by Aurora, for the country, starting with the issue of Nov. 7, 1800.

622. The Philadelphia gazette & daily advertiser. d., June 18- Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The Philadelphia gazette and universal daily advertiser. Continued by Relph's Philadelphia gazette, starting with the issue of Jan. 1, 1803.

623. The Philadelphia gazette and universal daily advertiser. d., Jan. 1, 1794-June 17, 1800.

Note: Continuation of The Federal gazette and Philadelphia daily advertiser. Between Jan. 1 or 3, 1795-June 17, 1800, an "&" replaced the "and" in the tile. The issue of Feb. 21, 1800, page 3, column 2, contains the President's proclamation "That it be recommended to the people of the United States, to assemble on the 22d day of February, publickly to testify their grief for the death of General George Washington, by suitable eulogies, orations, and discourses, or by public prayers". Conintiued by The Philadelphia gazette & daily advertiser, starting with the issue of June 18, 1800.

The Philadelphia market-day advertiser.
See: The Pennsylvania ledger, or, The Philadelphia market-day advertiser.

624. The Philadelphia Minerva. w., Feb. 7, 1795-July 7, 1798.

Note: Bound volumes classified as AP2.A2P46 in Rare Book Room. Continued by The Dessert to the true American, starting with the issue of July 14, 1798.

625. The Philadelphia price current. b.w., Oct. (?), 1783- Nov. (?), 1785.

Note: The earliest issue located is that of Oct. 21, 1783, and the latest Nov. 28, 1785.

626. Philadelphische correspondenz. w., s.w., Nov. 27, 1792- April, 1800.

Note: Continuation of Neue Philadelphische correspondenz (1790). Suspended publication with the issue of Oct. 17, 1797, resumed publication May 1, 1798. One editor, Heinrich Kammerer, died of yellow fever and the paper was again suspended from Sept. 18 to Nov. 13, 1798. Continued as Neue Philadelphische correspondenz, in April, 1800.

627. Philadelphische zeitung. May 6, 1732-(?)

See: NOTE. Facsimile issues of May 6, no. 1, June 24, no. 2, 1732, in Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography, vol. 26, 1902 and vol. 24, 1900 respectively. (Classified as F146.P65). Also facsimile in First German newspaper in America (Classified as PN4899. P5Z5).

628. Porcupine's gazette. d., Apr. 24, 1797-Aug. 28, 1799.

Note: Continuation of Porcupine's gazette and United States daily advertiser. Continnued as a weekly at Bustleton, Pa., as a result of yellow fever in Philadelphia, starting with the issue of Sept. 6, 1799.

629. Porcupine's gazette and United States daily advertiser. d., Mar. 4-Apr. 22, 1797.

Note: Continued by Porcupine's gazette, starting with the issue of Apr. 24, 1797.

630. Poulson's American daily advertiser. d., Oct. 1, 1800+

Note: Continuation of Claypoole's American daily advertiser. Two editions each of Nov. 24, Dec. 1, and Dec. 8. Merged with the North Amerian in 1840, to form The North American and daily advertiser.

631. The Royal Pennsylvania gazette. s.w., Mar. 3-May 26, 1778.

Note: Published during the British occupation of Philadelphia. Ceased publication with the issue of May 26, 1778.

632. Southwark gazette, and Philadelphia chronicle. t.w., July 15-Aug. 1, 1797.

Note: Established July 15, 1797, judging from the date of the earliest issue, that of July 25, 1797, vol. 1, no. 5. The last issue located is that of Aug. 1, 1797.

633. Story & Humphreys's Pennsylvania mercury, and universal advertiser. w., Apr. 14-Dec. 22, 1775.

Note: Continuation of The Pennsylvlania mercury, and the universal advertser. Ceased publication with the issue of Dec. 22, 1775.

634. The Supporter, or, Daily repast. d., w., Apr. 4 (?)- Nov. 10, 1800.

Note: The last issue located is that of Nov. 10, 1800.

635. The True American and commercial advertiser. d., July 2, 1798-Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: Continuation of The Merchants' Daily advertiser. Continued by The True American, starting with the issue of July 10, 1815.

636. The Universal gazette. indexed. w., Nov. 16, 1797- Sept. 11, 1800.

Note: The index to v. 1, Nov. 16, 1797-Nov. 8, 1798, is in the supplement of Nov. 8, 1798; the index for Nov. 15, 1798-Nov. 16, 1799, is in the supplement of Feb. 6, 1800; and the index for Jan. 1800-Jan. 1801, is bound at the back of the volume for 1800. Publication suspended with the issue of Sept. 11, 1800. Removed to Washington, D.C. where it was continued Nov. 6, 1800.

637. The Universal instructor in all arts and sciences, and Pennsylvania gazette. w., Dec. 24, 1728-Sept. 25, 1729.

Note: The first part of this title is in small italic type, so that the words "Pennsylvania gazette" are featured. Continued by The Pennsylvania gazette, starting with the issue of Oct. 2, 1729. This was the first newspaper published in Pennsylvania.

The Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, & New-Jersey weekly advertiser.
See: The Pennsylvania ledger, or, The Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, & New-Jersey weekly advertiser..

The Weekly advertiser.
See: The Pennsylvania journal, or, Weekly advertiser.

The Weekly advertiser.
See: The Pennsylvania ledger, or, The Weekly advertiser.

638. Der Wochentliche Philadelphische staatsbote. w., Jan. 18, 1762-Dec. 28, 1767.

Note: In German. Continued by Der Wochentilich Pennsylvaniche staatsbote, starting with the issue of Jan. 5, 1768.

639. Der Wochentliche Pennsylvanische staatsbote . w., Jan. 5, 1768-May 16, 1775.

Note: In German. Continuation of Der Wochentiliche Philadelphische staatsbote. Following the title are the words: "mit den neuesten fremd- und einheimisch-politischen berichten; samt den von zeit in der kirche und gelehrten welt sich eraugenden merkkwurdigkeitan". Continued by Henrich Millers Pennsylvanischer staatsbote, starting with the issue of May 23, 1775.

PITTSBURGH

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640. The Tree of liberty . w., Aug. 16, 1800+

Note: Continued until 1810 or later.

READING

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641. Neue unpartheyische readinger zeitung, und anzeigs- nachrichten. w., Feb. 18, 1789-Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: In German. The first newspaper published in Reading. the last issue located is that of Sept. 1, 1802.

642. Der Unpartheyische Reading adler. w., Nov.29, 1796- Jan. 10, 1797.

Note: Established Jan. 3, 1797. There was also a preliminary sample issue of Nov. 29, 1796, number 1. Continued by Der Unpartheyische Readinger adler, starting with the issue of Jan. 17, 1797.

643. Der Unpartheyische Readinger adler. w., Jan. 17, 1797- Dec. 30, 1800+

Note: Continuation of Der Unpartheyische Reading adler. Continued by Der Readinger adler, starting with the issue of Mar. 27, 1804.

644. The Weekly advertiser, of Reading, in the County of Berks. w., May 7, 1796-Dec. 27, 1800+

Note: Continued by The Weekly advertiser of Reading, for Berks and Schuylkill County, with the issue of June 4, 1814.

WASHINGTON

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644.5 Herald of liberty. w., Feb. 6, 1798-Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: Ceased publication on Feb. 1, 1802.

YORK

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645. The Pennsylvania herald, and York general advertiser. w., Jan. 7, 1789-Jan. (?), 1800.

Note: Ceased publication in January 1800. Last issue located is that of Sept. 4, 1799. Continued by The York recorder.

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