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TENNESSEE

KNOXVILLE

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704. The Knoxville gazette. bi-w., Nov. 5, 1791-Aug. 1, 1796.

Note:This paper was first printed at Rogersville, a town about fifty miles from Knoxville; removed to Knoxville with the issue of Oct. 6, 1792, Knoxville having been laid out the preceding year. This was the first newspaper published in Tennessee. The last issue located is that of Aug. 1, 1796. Continued by the Knoxville gazette, and weekly advertiser, the first issue located of the new title being that of Nov. 7, 1796, no. 2.

NASHVILLE

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705. The Tennesse gazette. w., Jan. 14-Dec. 31, 1800+

Note: According to the numbering of the issues there were none published on June 4, 18, Aug. 20 or Oct. 15, 1800. Only one issue was published between Sept. 10 and Oct. 1, 1800. Continued as The Tennessee gazette and Mero-District advertiser, Aug. 3, 1803.

ROGERSVILLE

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The Knoxville gazette.
See: Knoxville gazette., Knoxville

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