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BURLINGTON

339. The New-Jersey gazette. w., Dec. 5, 1777-Mar. 4, 1778.

Note: Removed to Trenton, N.J., Mar. 4, 1778.

Publisher: unavailable

L.C. file contains:

1777. Dec. 5-31.
Note: Bound with this: Jan. 7-Feb. 25, 1778; and The New-Jersey gazette, of Trenton, Mar. 4-Dec. 31, 1778.
Prospectus: Proposals for printing by subscription, in four pages, folio, on a beautiful letter, The New-Jersey gazette. Nov. 14, 1777. (Broadside, 2 editions, bound at front of volume.)
Extract of a letter from General Gates, dated Camp at Saratoga, Oct. 18, 1777; Extract of a letter from General Gates, dated Albany, Oct. 20, 1777; In Congress, Nov. 1, 1777; From the New-York packet, Fish-kill, Oct. 23. Burlington, Printed by Isaac Collins [n. d.]. (Broadside, bound at front of volume.)
Fresh and important advices which was received yesterday, by the way of Boston, brought by a vessel who arrived there having only five weeks passage from London. Burlington, Printed by Isaac Collins [n.d.] (Broadside, bound at front of volume.)
1 v. V. 674
1778. Jan. 7-Feb. 25.
Note: Bound with Dec. 5-31, 1777.
V. 674

MICROFORMS
1777-1778. Dec. 5-Feb. 25. (microprint)
1777-1778. Dec. 5-Mar. 4. (microfilm) #1930
ESR, N.J.
Nx Reel 1

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