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Durrett collection, now in the library of the University of Chicago / Edward A. Henry. Henry, Edward Atwood, 1881- 400dpi TIFF G4 page images University of Kentucky, Electronic Information Access & Management Center Lexington, Kentucky 2002 b92-139-29331473 Electronic reproduction. 2002. (Beyond the shelf, serving historic Kentuckiana through virtual access (IMLS LG-03-02-0012-02) ; These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Durrett collection, now in the library of the University of Chicago / Edward A. Henry. Henry, Edward Atwood, 1881- s.n., [Chicago : 1914] 38 p. ; 25 cm. Coleman Caption title. Reprinted from Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, v. 8 (1914), no. 1/2, p. 57-94. "A check-list of the Kentucky newspapers in the Durrett collection": p. 10-27. "A check-list of newspapers in the Durrett collection otherthan from Kentucky": p. 27-38. Microfilm. Atlanta, Ga. : SOLINET, 1993. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (SOLINET/ASERL Cooperative Microfilming Project (NEH PS-20317) ; SOL MN03774.03 KUK) Printing Master B92-139. s 1914 ilu n IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognition (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has been done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. American newspapers Bibliography Catalogs. American newspapers Kentucky Bibliography. THE DURRETT COLLECTION, NOW IN THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 1. ITS NEWSPAPERS BY EDWARD A. HENRY Colonel Reuben T. Durrett was born January 24, i824, and lived to the ripe age of eighty-nine years. He graduated from Georgetown (Kentucky) College in I846, from Brown University in i849, and from the Law De- partment of the University of Louisville in i85o, and at once entered upon the practice of his profession, in which he early attained an eminence that brought him wealth and fame and honor. In i857 he bought a half interest in the Louisville Courier and for two years was its editor-in-chief. Always a writer of much ability, this two years' experience seems to have given him a special interest in newspapers, a large collection of which is found in his library. This library seems to be the growth of many years of careful collecting. His avowed purpose was to secure everything ever printed in Kentucky or about Kentucky, written by a Kentuckian or about a Kentuckian. The library was purchased by the University of Chicago only a few months before his death. As it reached our campus it consisted of one series of boxes numbered from i to 269, another series lettered from A to R, four portraits, and one large wall map. Recognizing the importance I of this material, the trustees of the University appro- priated special funds for the organization of a special department in the library to prepare these materials for the shelves. The facts presented in this paper are almost literally "chips from the workshop" in which this work is being done. At the present time, June i, I914, all the lettered boxes and forty-nine of the numbered boxes have been opened. In these forty-nine boxes has been found a large collection of books on Kentucky and Virginia, including probably the best file of journals of the Ken- tucky General Assembly and collected legislative docu- ments in existence. We have copies of almost all the early books of travel and description which touch upon Kentucky, all the early histories and many other valu- able works which must wait until a later time for descrip- tion. The lettered boxes contained the newspapers and manuscripts. The manuscripts are just being arranged and plans for preserving them in permanent form are being formulated. Any detailed description of them must come at a later time. In this paper we are con- cerned with the newspapers, all of which have been handled, unless, perchance, we come across stray volumes in boxes yet to be opened. The newspaper collection was a huge mass when we got it together in the office. Many volumes had been bound years ago and the bindings were rotting away. There were'dozens of volumes containing many titles and many huge portfolios full of loose papers. The first task 2 was to get all papers of the same title together. This required the taking apart of all the composite volumes. Then we began binding the older papers first. At this date one hundred volumes have been returned by the binder and the balance of the collection is in the bindery. All will be upon our shelves by October i, if not before. Our method of binding is worthy of a word of descrip- tion. Each paper is moistened, smoothed out, and re- paired. All clipped places and torn corners are replaced with strong parchment paper. All tears, holes, and weak folds are covered with a strong silk gauze which is almost invisible once it is pasted down. The paper is then folded and attached to a sheet of strong manila paper which is half an inch wider and one inch longer than the newspaper. These manila sheets, carrying the papers, are then sewed to broad tapes which are glued between two thick cover boards, making an unusually strong cover and hinge. When there are fewer than ten num- bers of a title, the titles are gathered into related groups and bound together. We have some twenty such com- posite volumes bearing such titles as: Maryland Newspapers before 1820. Mscl. Virginia Newspapers before I820. Mscl. Louisville Evening Newspapers. Mscl. Louisville German Newspapers. Mscl. All other volumes contain but a single title. When there are more than ten numbers but fewer than twenty the cover boards are covered with mottled paper and given a black cloth back. When there are more than twenty 3 numbers the boards are covered with a three-quarters canvas binding. We are confident that these splendid canvas bindings will stand usage equal to the best leather and will continue clean and strong long years after leather would have disintegrated and fallen apart. The user of these volumes will find in each a type- written title-page giving a complete list of all papers in the volume and in most cases a brief history of the paper. In turning through the volume his fingers touch only the projecting manila sheets, except when he pauses to examine a paper closely, thus reducing wear and tear upon the papers themselves and insuring to them the longest possible life consistent with use. The oldest title in the collection is the London Chronicle, London, England. A few numbers of Lloyd's Evening Post, London, and the American Eagle, Vera Cruz, Mexico, complete the list of foreign papers in the collection. Since nearly go per cent of all the papers are from Kentucky we will divide them for consideration into Kentucky newspapers and non-Kentucky newspapers. Of the non-Kentucky papers there are two titles from colonial days and fourteen others before i8oo. The more important titles in this group are the Pittsburgh Gazette, the first newspaper established west of the Alle- ghanies, the Western Telegraphe and Washington Adver- tiser, Washington, Pa., the second paper in western Pennsylvania, the Knoxville Gazette, Knoxville, Tenn., and the Winchester Gazette of Winchester, Va. This latter, a complete file from January, I799, to September, 4 i802, except three issues, is in excellent condition and we understand is a unique file which is duplicated nowhere. It is an ably edited paper and is a mine of rich informa- tion on this period. From the period between i8oo and i820 we have Vol. I of the National Intelligencer and goodly representations of the Washington Federalist, the Weekly Aurora of Philadelphia, the Richmond Enquirer, Richmond, Va., and the Ohio Federalist of St. Clairsville, Ohio, a rare early abolition paper. There is a complete file of Niles's Register which begins in this period. The most important non-Kentucky file after i820 is the Cincinnati Enquirer for the years i86i, i862, and the last six months of i863. A reference to the check-list of this collection will show that outside of Kentucky the collection is chiefly valuable for the number of titles it contains and the early dates of the papers that represent these titles. Many titles are represented by a single -paper but that paper is so often Vol. I, No. i (or so near it that it is very easy to compute the date of beginning) that the collection is very important from the standpoint of the history of journalism, especially in the South. In Kentucky this rule is quite reversed. Files of considerable length are the rule and single numbers the exception. Of the Kentucky Gazette, Lexington, Ky., the first newspaper established in the state, we have three large volumes, though the sequence is considerably broken by missing numbers. Our oldest paper is Vol. I, No. 28, March 8, 1788. Of the second paper in the state, Stewart's Kentucky Herald, Lexington, we also have 5 a fair representation. One of the more valuable files in the collection is a double one. In September, 1797, Hunter Beaumont started at Washington, Kentucky, a paper known as the Mirror. A few months later Mr. Hunter went to Frankfort and established the Palla- dium. Shortly thereafter he sold his interest in the Mirror and bought Mr. Beaumont's interest in the Palladium. Thus the two papers, though not actually connected, really form a connected file. We have Mr. Hunter's own file of the two papers covering the period from I797 to i8o8 in most thorough fashion. We also have the Guardian of Freedom, the second paper estab- lished in Frankfort and antedating the Palladium by a few months. The first paper established in Louisville, the Farmer's Library or Ohio Intelligencer, is well repre- sented. The Kentucky Reporter, Lexington, i8i0-3i, the Western Citizen of Paris, the Argus of Frankfort, and the American Republic of Frankfort are files beginning between i8oo and 1820 which are worthy of notice. Another important file is that of the Presbyterian Herald of Louisville, i846-62, complete except one year and two other papers. Slavery was too dangerous an issue for the ordinary daily press to handle. This religious paper made it a matter of conscience and so is a most valuable source of information upon the subject. The two greatest files in the collection are the Mays- ville Eagle and the Louisville Public Advertiser. The Eagle was established as a weekly which continued for fifteen years, when a semi-weekly was established and 6 the weekly continued for mail subscribers. Ten years later the semi-weekly was continued as a tri-weekly. Our file begins with Vol. IV, whole number i84, and con- tinues almost complete through the various changes to December, i858, a file of thirty-five years in length. In addition we have several years of the weekly which ran parallel with the semi-weekly and tri-weekly papers. The other great file is that of the Louisville Public Adver- tiser. It was established June 30, i8i8, by Shadrach Penn. It continued as a weekly only seven months, when it changed to a semi-weekly, which continued ten and a half years, when it was continued as a tri-weekly which lasted only four months, to December 31, i829. The next morning, January i, i830, appeared the first daily paper ever printed in Kentucky. It continued both the volume numbers and whole numbers of the series of papers which had preceded it. Parallel with this semi-weekly and daily a weekly mailing edition was published, and during a part of the period of the daily a tri-weekly mailing edition was also published. We have an almost perfect file of this paper from Vol. I, No. 4 of the original weekly, July 2I, i8i8, to October, i841. In addition we have a large number of the weekly and tri-weekly mailing editions which ran parallel with the main paper. We only wish there were time here to narrate the long struggle which developed between this paper and the Louisville Journal, established Novem- ber 24, i830, but the reader must look elsewhere for that story. Suffice it to say that it was one of the most bitterly 7 fought in newspaper history. Mr. Penn was finally defeated and forced to sell his paper and leave the city. His paper survived him only a few years. Mention of the Journal brings us to the one great weakness in the collection. Whether his connection with the Courier and the resulting duel with the editor of the Journal made Colonel Durrett dislike the Journal so much that he would not have it in his library or for some other reason, this, one of the greatest papers ever published in Kentucky, is represented by only a few scattered numbers. Of the various papers which were established in Louisville between i830 and i842, the period of the Penn-Prentice struggle, none lasted very long. We have almost complete files of all of them. Of the later papers we have the Courier for the years of Colonel Durrett's editorship, i857-59, the Democrat for the years i862-64. One very interesting group of papers in the collection is that of campaign papers. As they are scattered through the check list under the various places of publi- cation we give the full list here. As gems of polemic, not to say invective, these papers are beyond comparison. The Patriot, Frankfort, i826. New Court Party. The Spirit of '76, Frankfort, i826. Old Court Party. The Campaign, Frankfort, i840. The Campaign, Frankfort, i844. The Whig Banner, Nashville, i844. The Henry Clay Bugle, Maysville, i844. The Republican Sentinel, Richmond, Va., i844. The Tocsin, Frankfort, i844. 8 The Campaign, Washington, D.C., i848. The Campaign Flag, Maysville, I848. Rough and Ready, Louisville, i848. With the close of the Civil War the newspaper files of the Durrett Collection close. Since that date there are only a few poultry and agricultural papers and one or two other odd titles. Two summaries will conclude this discussion. By titles, the resources of the collection are- OF KENTUCKY PAPERS Titles beginning before i8oo ................ 5 Titles beginning between i8oo and i820 ...... I9 Titles beginning since i820 ................. III Total Kentucky titles.135 OF NON-KENTUCKY PAPERS Titles beginning before i8oo ................ z6 Titles beginning between i8oo and 1820 ...... 56 Titles beginning since i820 ................. 42 Total non-Kentucky titles .............. I14 Grand total ........................ 249 In terms of volumes the collection consists of some 75 volumes of files beginning before i820 and about 275 volumes of titles beginning since i820. Of this total the 75 volumes of Niles's Register are duplicates and will be sold. All the others will go upon our shelves as rapidly as they are bound. 9 In making the check-list of these papers we have followed in general the principles laid down in the Check List of American Newspapers in the Library of Congress. Whenever our first copy of a title was early enough to throw light upon the establishment of the paper we have added the volume and number of the paper. When only whole numbers were used we have indicated that fact by the abbreviation "w.no." It will be noticed that a few periodicals are included in the list. They were packed with the papers and so handled with them and since we shall probably never publish a separate list of them they have been included here. There are many boxes of periodicals yet to be opened. A CHECK-LIST OF THE KENTUCKY NEWSPAPERS IN THE DURRETT COLLECTION, IN THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO Bardstown Western American. w. i8o5. Jan. ii (V. 2, W. no. 7!), Mch. I5, 29-Apr. 5, 20. Continued as the Western American, Louisville, Ky. Candid Review. w. I8o8. Mdh. 29 (V. 2, no. Bowling Green Green River Correspondent. w. 1824. Sept. 25 (V. I, no. 46). Green River Gazette. w. 1833. Feb. 2 (V. i, no. i8). I840. Mch. i8. Covington Western Globe. w. 1840. Feb. 26 (V. 2, no. ii). I0 Kentucky Intelligencer. w. i846. May I3 (n. s. V. 2, no. Is). Covington Union. w. i848. Apr. 14 (v. I, no. 38). Cynthiana Guardian of Liberty. w. i8I7. Jan. I8-Dec. 27 (v. I, nos. 3-52 wanting nos. 41, 50, sI). i8i8. Mch. i4-i8i9. Mch. I3 (v. 2, nos. 2-52 wanting nos. 8, 9, 22, 28). Danville Olive Branch. w. i821. Apr. 21 (v. 2, W. no. 54), June 23. i825. Dec. 23. Kentucky Rifle. w. i840. Oct. 31 (v. I, no. Is). Published simultaneously at Lancaster and Hustonville, Ky. Frankfort Constitutional Advocate. w. i825. Oct. 5 (v. I, no. I), xg-Nov. 2, 30-Dec. 30. i826. Jan. I3-Feb. IO, Mch. 10, 24-31. Successor of the Harbinger. Absorbed into the Commentator, Apr. 8. 1826. Argus of Western America. w. i8i6. Jan. II (v. 8, no. 41), July i9, Aug. 2, 23, Oct. 4-Nov. I, 29- Dec. 6. I8I7. Jan. I7, Feb. 7, 21, Apr. 18-25, May 30, Oct. 17, Nov. 7, Dec. 5-i9. i8i8. Jan. 2, Feb. I3, May I, 22, July 24, Aug. 21, Sept. i8, Dec. II-i8. i8i9. Jan. Is-Feb. 5, I6, Mch. i9, Apr. 2, July 2, Aug. I3, Oct. 29, Dec. 17, 31. i820. Apr. 20, Dec. 28. i82I. Jan. 25, Feb. 8-Is, Mch. 22, Apr. 20, July 5. i822. Dec. 26. i825. Oct. S. 1826. Feb. 22. i827. Jan. 24-Mch. 7, 2i-Apr. 25, May 9, 23-June 6, 20-27, July II, Aug. I5-Sept. 26, Oct. io-Dec. 5, 19-26. i828. Jan. 2-Feb. 13, 27, Apr. 9-23, July 23, Aug. 20, Sept. 3, I7-24, Oct. 22-Nov. 12. i829. Jan. 21, Feb. 25, May 13, July IS, Aug. I2-19, Sept. 9, 23-30, Oct. 7, 28, Nov. ii-i8. II i830. Jan. I3-27, Feb. 17, Mch. I7, 31, May 5, ig, June 23-July 7, 2i-Aug. 4, 25, Sept. 8-IS, Nov. 3, 24-Dec. I. Continued as: Frankfort Argus. w. i830. Extra. Dec. (sic). 1831. Feb. g, 23, Mch. 23, Apr. 6, June 22, Aug. 3, Oct. 5, Dec. I4-21. i832. Jan. 25. i838. Feb. 9, Mch. 2. Campaign. w. i840. Apr. 23-Oct. 8. r84r. May. A campaign paper. Campaign for I844. w. i844. Apr. 13-Oct. 5. i845. June 4. A campaign paper. Commentator. w. i823. Dec. 13 (v. 7, w. no. 363). 1824. Oct. 2-Dec. 25. 1825. Complete. j826. Complete. Extra Jan. 31. 1827. Complete. Extra Dec. 6. 1828. Complete. 1829. Complete. 1830. Complete, exceptwanting May z8, June IS, Aug. I7, Nov. 2, 30, Dec. 21. i831. Complete, except wanting July 19, Aug. 23, Sept. 20, Nov. 22, Dec. 7, 27. 1832. Jan. 3-Feb. 7, 2i-Apr. 24. Merged with the Kentuckian. Frankfort Commonwealth. w. (s.-w. during legislative sessions after i842). i834. Sept. 2. i835. May 9, July II, 25, Aug. 8, 22-29. i836. Mch. 3o, Apr. 20. i837. Apr. S-Dec. 31. i838. Complete. I839. Jan. 2-Apr. 3, May 2I. i843. Mch. 7, May 23-June 6, Nov. 7. I845. June 24, Sept. 23. 1846. Jan. 20. i862. Mch. II-July 8. 12 Frankfort Commonwealth. t.-w. x862. May 2. Daily Commonwealth. d. (during session of legislature i844). I844. Jan. i-Mch. 6. Cross. w. i834. Jan. 2 (v. 2, no. 6), Feb. 6-20. Baptist. Western Democrat. w. i838. Dec. 27 (v. I, no. II). Franklin Farmer. w. i837. Aug. 12 (v. i, no. I), Sept. i6-23, Oct. 7-21, Nov. 4-II, 25. I838. Feb. Io, Mch. 10, 3i-Apr. 14, May 5, Ig-June 2, i6, 30, July 7-14, 28, Aug. I I, Sept. 22-29, Oct. 13-Nov. 3, 24, Dec. 8-22. 1839. Mch. i6, June i-Aug. io, Aug. 24-Dec. 28. Moved to Lexington and later continued as the Kentucky Farmer, which was moved back to Frankfort Jan. 23, 2841. Kentucky Farmer. w. I841. Feb. 27-Mch. 6, 20, Apr. 17-24, July 3-17, 3i, Aug. 28-Sept. 4, Oct. 30, Dec. 4-25. 1842. Jan. I, Mch. ig. Discontinued Apr. 2, x842. Guardian of Freedom. w. I7g9. May 30 (v. 2, no. 4). I802. June 30-July 7, Nov. 24. I803. July 20. i804. Jan. i8, Feb. I, is-May 12, 26-June 2, i6-30, July 14-28, Aug. II, 27-Oct. I, Nov. I4, 28. I805. Jan. io, Feb. II, Mch. 25. Harbinger. w. 1825. Mch. 30 (v. I, no. i)-Sept. 28 Successor to the American Republic. Continued by the Constitutional Advocate. Kentuckian. w. i828. Apr. io (v. I, no. i)-Aug. I4, 28-Sept. II, 25-Oct. 2, i6-Nov. 27, Dec. II-25. Extra May 29. i829. Jan. i-Nov. 7, Dec. I1-25. i830. Jan. I-8, 22-29, Feb. 12-May I4. i83i. Extra. Address of Carrier. Jan. Successor to the Spirit of Seventy-Six. Continued as: Kentuckian and Commentator. w. I832. June 2I (v. 5, no. I2), July 26-Aug. 9, 23. Successor to the Kentuckian and also the Commeutator. 13 Palladium. w. 1798. Aug. g (v. I, no. I)-i8o8. Apr. 20 (II v. complete except i8o5). Aug. 31, I8o6. Jan. 23, and the last 12 numbers of v. II). Extras, 1799. Jan. I7, Apr. 4, 25, Aug. 8. i8oo. June 12, Aug. 14, Sept. Is, 25. i8oi. Apr. 2I. i803. Nov. 8. I80o. July 27. I8o6. July I0, Dec. 8. i807. July 2, Aug. 13. 1808. July 21, Sept. 8. Patriot. w. 1826. Feb. 22-July 31. A campaign paper. American Republic. w. i8io. Aug. I7 (v. I, no. 8), Oct. 12-26, Nov. 23, Dec. 7-14. I8II. Jan. 4, I7-Mch. 22, Apr. 5-Aug. 2, Sept. 20-Oct. II. Extra Nov. I 8. I812. Apr. io. Succeeded by the Harbinger. Spirit of'76. w. i826. Mch. io-Aug. 4. A campaign paper, the success of which led to the establishing of: Spirit of Seventy-Six. w. i826. Dec. i3 (v. I, no. 2), 28. 1827. Jan. 4-June 21, July S-Nov. I2, 29-Dec. 6, 20-27. I828. Jan. 3-Mch. 27. Succeeded by the Kentuckian. Tocsin. w(). i843. Aug. 26 (v. I, no. io). A campaign paper. Western World. w. i8o6. July 7 (v. I, no. I). Kentucky Yeoman. w. i840. Feb. 28 (v. I, no. 2), Mch. I9-26, May 2I, July i6-23, Sept. I7- 24, Oct. 22. 1842. Mch. 3, Aug. 4. I845. Apr. io. 1847. Feb. II, May 6, July 29, Nov. 26. i848. June J. 14 Kentucky Yeoman. t.-w. i854. Mch. 23 (v. 4, no. 8). i862. Feb. 4. Daily Session Kentucky Yeoman. d. during session of legislature 1843. i843. Jan. 2-Mch. iI. Extra Jan. 20. Daily Session Yeoman. d. during session of legislature i846. i846. Jan. 8, '3. Daily Kentucky Yeoman. d. during session of legislature i86o. i86o. Feb. 3. Georgetown American Sentinel. w. i824. Sept. Io (V. 2, no. 33)-17, Oct. 8-22. i827. Jan. 26-July 14, 28-Sept. I, Is-Dec. 8, 29. i828. Jan. i9-Feb. 8, 29. Continued as: Kentucky Sentinel. w. i829. May 23. Harrodsburg American. w. i83I. Jan. 28 (v. r, no. 12), Mch. 4-II, 25, May 6, July 8, 22. Extra n.d. Light House. w. i8i5. May 27 (v. 2, w. no. 97). Ploughboy. w. I856. Feb. 2 (v. I1, no. I3). Central Watchtower and Farmer's Journal. w. x827. Sept. , Dec. 29 (v. 2, no. 3). i828. Mch. i-8, Sept. 3, Nov. ig. 1829. Mch. 20, May i6, June I3. I830. May 22, June 12. Extra June i9. Hustonville Kentucky Rifle. w. See Danville. Lancaster Kentucky Rifle. w. See Danville. Lebanon Central Kentuckian. w. i863. June ii (v. 6, no. I). 15 Lexington Lexington Public Advertiser. w. 1823. Apr. IS, June 7, Aug. 2, Sept. 6. Franklin Farmer. w. 1840. Jan. 4-Aug. 22. Continuation of the Franklin Farmer, Frankfort. Continued as: Kentucky Farmer. w. I840. Sept. 12, Oct. 10-17, Nov. 14-21, Dec. 5-12. i841. Jan. 2-16. Continued as the Kentucky Farmer, Frankfort. Kentucky Farmer. m. 1842. July (v. I, no. 2). A revival of the Kentucky Farmer, Frankfort, and a continuation of the Kentucky Cultieator. Kenlucke Gazette. w. I788. Mch. 8 (v. I, no. 28), Sept. 6, 20. Continued as: Kentucky Gazette. w. and s.-w. 1794. Feb. 8. '795. Oct. IO. 1796. Jan. I6. I797. Sept- 9, i6, 23- 1798. July xI-Aug. I, is-Sept. 12, Oct. 3-IO, Nov. 2I. Extras, July 25, Aug. I, 8, I5, 22. 1799. Mch. I4, May i6-June 27, Aug. is-Sept. 26, Oct. io-Nov. 28, Dec. 19-26. Extras, July 4, i8, Aug. , Sept. 5, 12, Oct. IO, 3'. i80o. Jan. 2-9, 23-Feb. 27, Mch. 20-Apr. 3, I7, May 8, 22-June 26, July 10-24, Aug. 7-2I. i803. Feb. 14, Apr. 26-May 3, June 21-July 12, Aug. 2, i6, 30, Sept. I3, 27-Oct. 4, 25-Nov. I, 15-22, Dec. 27. Extra Aug. 2. I804. Jan. 3, Mch. 27-Apr. 3, 17-May I, Is, 29-June I9, 25, July 24, Oct. 2, Nov. 20. Extras, Apr. 3, July I7. i805. Mch. 5, Apr. 9-May 2I, 28, Nov. 14. Extra Apr. 30. i8o6. Aug. I4, Sept. 4, I8-22, Oct. 27, Nov. 3-6, 17. 1807. Sept. 22, Oct. 20. i8o8. Jan. 12, Mch. 8-is, Apr. i9-May 3I, June I4-28, July 12-Aug. i6, Oct. 25, Nov. 8-22, Dec. 5-13. i8io. Feb. 20, June ig. 1817. Feb. 24. i8ig. Mch. 5. i825. Extra Mch. 3. i6 1827. Jan I2-19, Feb. 2-Mch. 3o, Apr. I3-20, May 4-June I, 29, July 13-20, Aug. 3-Sept. 28, Oct. i2-io, Nov. i6, 3o, Dec. 14-28. i828. Jan. II-Feb. is, Mch. 28, Apr. iI, May i6, June 6, Aug. 22, Oct. io, Dec. ig. i829. Jan. 2-9, Apr. 3, June 5. i832. Extras, July ig, Aug. 2, Oct. 25. i833. May i8. 1834. May 3i, Aug. 30. x836. Jan. 3o, Apr. 2. Extra Sept. 26. Called the Kentucky Gazelte and General Advertiser, 1803-9. Stewart's Kentucky Herald. w. 1795. Nov. 17 (v. I, no. 40)-Dec. I, 29. 1796. Jan. 26-Feb. 2. Extras, Oct. i8, 25. 1799. Jan. 3o-Feb. 5, I9-26, Mch. 12, July 23. i8oi. Feb. io, May ig. I802. Mch. 30, May 25. Western Luminary. w. i824. July I4 (v. I, no. I)-Dec. 29. i825. Jan. 5-May II, 25-July 20, Aug. 3, I7-Dec. 28. i826. Jan. 4-II, 25, Feb. 8-22, Mch. 8-is, Apr. 5-12, 26-June 7, 21-28, Aug. 2, Dec. 20. i827. Jan. 3, 17-31, May 9-June 27, July 4-Aug. 29, Sept. 12-Dec. 26. i828. Jan. 2-Mch. 12, 26, Apr. i6, May 7, 2I, June 4-i8, July g-I6, 3o, Aug. 27, Sept. io, Nov. i2. I829. Jan. 28-Feb 4, Mch. II, Apr. I, Is, May 6-June 3, 17-July I, 15-22, Aug. 26-Sept. 9, 23, Oct. 14-2i, Nov. i8. i830. Feb. IO, Mch. 3i-Apr. I4, May I9-26, July I4, 28, Sept. I, 15, Oct. 6, Nov. 17-24, Dec. 29. i83I. Feb. i6-23, Mch. i6, May 25, July 20, Aug. 31, Sept. 2I, Oct. s, Nov. 3o, Dec. 14-28. i835. Jan. 21. Western Monitor. w. I814. Dec. 23 (v. I, no. 2I). 18i5. Jan. 20, June 23-30, Oct. 6, Dec. Is. i8i6. Dec. 6-13. i8i8. Jan. 24. i8ig. Feb. 27-Apr. 24, May 8-June I, 22-29, July 13, 27-Nov. 2, i6-3o, Dec. 14-28. i820. Jan. 4-Feb. I, I5-Mch. 28, May 2, 23-30, June 12, July 4-18, Aug. I, Is-Oct. 3I. i825. Jan. I2-Ig. I7 Lexington Observer. w. 1831. May 2I (v. I, no. 2), June II-Dec. 30. z832. Jan. I3-Mch. 9. Merged, Mch. 1832, with Kentucky Reporter to form: Lexington Observer and Reporter. w. I836. Dec. 2I. i843. Apr. 26. Lexington Observer and Reporter. s.-w. 1843. Mch. i8 (v. II, no. 9i). Progtess of the Age. w. i850. June 7 (v. I, no. I). North American Literary and Political Register. w. i826. Sept. 21 (v. I, no. i)-Dec. 21. Reporter. w. and s.-w. i8io. Dec. 8 (v. 3, no. 49). 1812. Jan. II-Dec. 26. Extra July II. i813. Jan. 23-Dec. 25. 18I4. Jan. I-July 9, 25-Aug. 20, Sept. 3. i8i5. Jan. 13, Feb. 8-I3, Mch. 6, 17, 31, Apr. I2, 26, May ig-Aug. 4, 18-25, Sept. 8-Dec. 22. i8i6. Jan. 5, ig-Apr. I2, May 3-July 12, 24-Dec. 27. 1817. Jan. i-is, 29, Feb. 2i-June II, July 2,-Sept 3. Continued as: Kentucky Reporter. w. and s.-w. i8I7. Oct. 8-Dec. 3I. I8i8. Jan. 7, 21-Feb. II, 25-Apr. I, IS-Dec. 30. i81i. Jan. 6, Feb. 17-Mch. 3i, Apr. i4-May ig, June i6-23, July 7- 21, Aug. ii-Sept. 8, 22-29, Nov. io-Dec. I, 29. i820. Feb. i6, Mch. 29, Apr. 26-May 3, 24, June 7-I4, July io, Aug. i6-23, Sept. I3-Oct. 4, 25, Nov. 27, Dec. II. I82I. Jan. 29, Feb. 26, Apr. 2, Aug. 20, Oct. I, 15-20, Nov. 26, Dec. 17-24. 1822. Jan. i4-Mch. 4, 25, Apr. 15-22, May 6, June 3, I7-July I, Is- Aug. 5, I9, Sept. 9, 23, Oct. I4-21, Dec. 9, 23. 1823. Feb. 3, I7-24, Mch. I7, May 5, July 7, 2i-Aug. 4, Sept. 29, Nov. 3, 24-Dec. I5. 1824. Jan. 12, Feb. 2-9, Mch. 8-I5, 29, May IO-17, June 7-14, July 5-I2, 26-Aug. 2, 30-Sept. 6, 20, Nov. I, 22-Dec. 20. I825. Jan. 3, 24, Feb. 7-I4, Mch. 7-2I, Apr. 4-1, May i6-23, June 20, Aug. 8-is, 29-Sept. 5, Oct. 10, 24. I8 i826. Jan. i6, Feb. 13, Mch. 6, 27-Apr. 3, 24, May 22, June 5, 26- July 17, Aug. 7, 2i-Dec. 25. i827. Complete. i828. Complete. i829. Complete. I830. Com- plete. Extra June 9. I83i. Complete. i832. Jan. 4-Feb. 22, Mch. 7, 2i-Apr. 4. Merged with Lexingion Observer. Kentucky Statesman. w. i855. Mch. 27 (v. 6, no. 26). i856. Apr. i. Kentucky Whig. w. i825. Sept. 22 (v. i, no. i)-Nov. 3, Dec. I-29. i826. Jan. 5-Mch. 2, 23-May 4, i8-June 8, 22, July 6-I3. Extra July 20. Lincoln County Lamp. w. i8o8. Jan. 12 (v. i, no. 24). Louisville Louisviller Adler. d. i852. Oct. I4 (v. i, no. 46). Louisville Public Advertiser. w. A country mailing ed. without vol. nos. i826. Jan. 28, May 20, June 24, July I5, 29. i827. Jan. 13-Feb. 2I, Mch. io-June 2, i6-July 2I, Aug. 4-Dec. I5. i828. Feb. 2. 1833. Sept. 28. i837. Apr. Is, July i, I5, Nov. ii. i838. Apr. 7, 28, May I2-I9, June i6, Aug. 25-Sept. i, Nov. io, Dec. 15, 29. Changed to s.-w. I839. Jan. 2-5, Feb. 9, Mch. 9, 27-Apr. 10, 20-May I, 22-29, June 29- July 3, I7, 31, Nov. 23-27. 1840. Jan. 22. Changed back to w. i840. Jan. 25-Feb. I, 29-Mch. 7, 21-28, Apr. i8, Sept. I2, Oct. IO, 24-3I. I84I. Nov. 20. i842. Feb. 12, June i8. Louisville Public Advertiser. s.-w. (This is the chief paper. Founded as a weekly on June 3o, x8z8, it became a semi-weekly Jan. 23, i8ig, and continued until Sept. I9, 1829, when it became a tri-weekly until the close of the year, when the daily was established.) I9 i8iS. July 2i-Aug. 25, Sept. 8-Dec. 8, 22-29. i8ig. Complete except May 5, 8, Sept. 5. 1820. Complete. i821. Complete except Dec. I2. i822. Complete except Jan. 12, Mch. 27, Oct. 26. 1823. Complete except Apr. 2, Oct. 4, 8, i5, Nov. IS. i824. Complete except Jan. 2I, Feb. 7, Apr. 3, May 5, July 3, 7, Oct. 23, Dec. I, i8. Extra Nov. 27. 1825. Complete except May Ii, i8-June 8, July 9. I826. Complete except Jan. 4, 28, May 20, June 14, July 26, Nov. 22. 1828. Complete except Jan. Ig, June 7, July 30, Dec. 3. 1829. Complete except Aug. 8, Oct. IS, Nov. 26, Dec. 3I. Louisville Public Advertiser. t.-w. A country mailing ed. without vol. no. i832. Nov. I2/13. i833. Feb. 8/9, 22/23, Mch. I-/I6, 25/26, July 8/9. i834. Mch. I9/20, Apr. 4/5, May 2/3, 9/10, 2I/22, July 9/Io, Aug. I/2, Oct. 8/9, ii, Nov. 7/8, Ii. I835. Jan. 26/27, Feb. 20/2I, May 22/23. I836. Apr. 6/7. 1837. Feb. 17/I8, Apr. 7/8, 19/20, 2I/22, Nov. I/2, 13/14, 17/i8, 24/25. 1838. Jan. I9/20, 22/23, May I4/I5, Oct. 3/4, 8/9. Louisville Public Advertiser. d. I830. Jan. I.-I84I. Oct. 24 volumes complete except the following papers: 1830. Jan. 30, Mch. 5, I3, Apr. 27, 30, May 29, 31, July 29, Dec. io. I831. Jan. II, 20, 22, 3I, Mch. I9, Apr. 30, May 20, Aug. 3I, Sept. Ig, Nov. II. I832. Jan.4, 27, Feb. I,2,I4,2I,27,Apr. I7, May 24,June I2, July 7,20,23,27, Sept. I,8,I4,I5,28, Nov.I3,14,27, Dec. 26. I833. Jan. 12, I8, Feb. 4, 9, II, 23, 28, Mch. i6, I8, 23, 25, 26, 30, Apr. 5, 30, May 6, 8, I3, 24, July 8, 9, 12, 13, i6-i8, Aug. 9, 13, 21, 22, 30, Sept. 3, 24, Oct. 4, Nov. 8, 30, Dec. 17, 26, 27. I834. Jan. 2, 6, 13, 27, Feb. I, i8, 24, Mch. II, I3-15, i8, 28, 29, Apr. I, 4, 8, May I, 3, 10, 2I-22, June I8, 21, 24, 28, 30, July I0-II, 14,I6-17, 3I, Aug. 2, I5, Sept. I0, 19, 22, 25, 27, Oct. 9, II, I3, 20,22,27, Nov. 3,8, II, Dec. I-4, IO, 13, 20, 29. 20 i835. Jan. 5, I7, Feb. 20, May 12, Aug. 27. I836. Jan. 2, Apr. 7, Aug. 12, Dec. 27. I837. Feb. i8, Apr. 8, I9, 21, Sept. 26, Nov. 2, I3, I7, 25. i838. Jan. I9, 23, May I4, Oct. 3, 9. i840. Jan. 2i, Dec. 24. 1I84I. July 7. Louisville Public Advertiser for the Country. w. i844. Feb. I7 (v. I, no. I). Age. w. 1879. Jan. 4 (v. i, no. i)-June 28. Western American. w. i8o6. Mch. 6-20. Continuing the Western American, Bardstown. Louisville Anzeiger. s.-w. I849. Sept. 8 (v. i, no. 123). Louisville Anzeiger. d. 1852. July 23 (v. 4, no. I22). i853. July 26. Beobachier am Ohio. w. I852. July 2I (v. 8, no. 56). Louisville Evening Bulletin. d. I855. Aug. 7. I856. Oct. I3. I862. Nov. I0. Louisville Clipper and Daily Public Ledger. d. I846. Aug. 5, 7-I2, 14. Continuing the Public Ledger and Commercial Bulletin. Louisville Correspondent. w. I8I4. Oct. 26 (v. 3, w. no. 112). I8i5. Apr. 24. Louisville Weekly Courier. w. I856. Nov. I2 (v. 13, no. 47). Louisville Daily Courier. d. I849. Feb. 22, Aug. 7-8. I855. Aug. 8, 10, I5-i6, i8, 21-22. I857. July i-Dec. 31 (wanting July 6). I858. Complete. I859. Complete except May I4, July 2I, Aug. 13, 25, Sept. 8, 27, Oct. 21, 28, Nov. 22, 25-26, Dec. I2. i86I. Sept. 9. I867. May 31. 2I Louisville Courier. Evening edition. d. i856. Oct. 4. Western Courier. w. i8I5. Apr. 20 (v. 4, no. 29). 1817. Apr. 10-I7. Courier-Journal. d. i877. Aug. o. Evening Democrat. d. 1855. Sept. I8, 20. Louisville Daily Democrat. d. x844. Nov. 27. i848. Feb. 9. 1856. July I0-1I, I8, Oct. 4. i862. Complete except Jan. I-26, 29, Feb. I, I4, 26, 28, Mch. I-2, 5, 12, July 30, Sept. 2, 4-30, Oct. I-9, 12, I8. i863. Complete except Jan. 7, Feb. 5, i8-i9, June 19, 27, Oct. 28, Nov. 3-5, 8, Dec. 2, 31. 1864. Complete except Jan. i, 5, 6, 9, 23, 27, Feb. 3, Io, 19, 25, Mch. 4, Apr. 30, June 9, Oct. 7, Dec. 29, and all Sunday papers after May 22. Examiner. w. 1847. June i9-i849. Dec. 8, complete except 1848. Mch. ii, July 8, 29, Aug. i9, Sept. 30; I849. Oct. 6. Dollar Farmer. m. 1842. JulY-I846. June. 4 v. Louisville Gazette. w. I826. June 23 (n.s. v. i, no. 15). Daily Gazette and Reporter. d. I839. Aug. 8 (v. i, no. Io8). Focus. w. I826. Nov. 22 (V. i, no. i), Dec. 6-27. I827. Mch. 7-Dec. 25. 1828. Complete except Sept. i6, Oct. 2I. I829. Complete to Nov. I7. Focus. t.-w. I831. Feb. 7/8, 14/I5, Mch. 4/5. Louisville Daily Focus. d. I83I. Jan. 28 (v. i, no. I)-I832. Jan. 30, wanting I83I. Feb. 8, 15, Mch. 5, Nov. 22 and I832. Jan. 3. Merged into the Louisviik Journal I832. jan. 30. Kentucky Herald and Mercantile Advertiser. w. x8ig. June 30 (v. 2, no. 34). 22 Louisville Herald. t.-w. i834. Jan. 7/8. Louisville Herald. d. i832. Nov. 28-i834. Feb. 28, except 1833. June 13, 22, Aug. 5-6, 8, io, 12-I5, I9, 21-22, Sept. 2, Dec. 13 and 1834. Jan. 8, 22-23, Feb. I, 4-8, II, 13. Western Presbyterian Herald. w. 1836. Oct. I3 (v. 5, no. 5). i837. June i-i838. Jan. 25, except i837. July ig, Aug. IO, Sept. I4, Oct. I2-26, Nov. 23, Dec. I4, 2i and i838. Jan. i8. Continued as: Protestant and Herald. w. I838. Dec. 13. Continued as: Presbyterian Herald. w. 1846. Jan. I.-i862. Mch. 27. I7 v. except years i847 and I85I. May iS, June 26. Louisville Journal. w. i839. June 26 (v. 9, no. 30). Louisville Journal. s.-w. 1841. May 5/6. Louisville Daily Journal. d. i83I. May 25-26. i868. Mch. 3. Kentuckian. w. 1843. Jan. 3-24, Feb. I4, Mch. i8-25, Apr. 8-I5, May 20, June 24, Oct. 21. Public Ledger and Commercial Bulletin. d. i846. Apr. 27-Aug. 3, except June I7, 27, July 20. Continued as Louisville Clipper and Daily Public Ledger. Farmer's Library or Ohio Intelligencer. w. I802. Feb. i8 (V. 2. W. no. 58)-25, Mch. ii, Apr. i-8, Aug. 26-Sept. 9, Oct. 14, Nov. 4-i8. I804. Feb. IS, 25-Mch. 3. i8o5. Oct. 26-NOV. 2. i8o6. Apr. i6-23. i807. July 23. Fanciers' Live Stock and Poultry Journal. m. i884. June. Continuing the Southern Poultry Journal. 23 Daily Messenger. d. 1841. Apr. 9 (v. 2, no. 125). Microscope. w. 1824. Apr. 17 (v. I, no. I)-Sept. 22, except June 12,1 9, July 31. Continued as the Microscope and General Advertiser, New Albany, Ind. Evening News. d. i865. Apr. 15 (V. 4, no. 272). Louisvfie Literary News-Letter. w. I838. Dec. i (v. I, no. I)-29. i839. Complete except Apr. 20, May 25, Aug. 31, Sept. 28-Oct. 12 Nov. 3o-Dec. 2I. i840. Complete to Nov. 28 except July 25, Oct. 24, Nov. I4. Orphans' Casket. irreg. 1848. Nov. 20-25. Morning Post and Commercial Advertiser. w. 1823. Feb. 14/8, Aug. 29/Sept. 2. New Southern Poultry Journal. m. i88I. Sept.-i883. Aug. except I88i. Dec. and I883. Jan. Continued as: Southern Poultry Journal. m. i883. Sept.-Nov. Continued as Fanciers' Live Stock and Poultry Journal. Western Presbyterian. w. 1867 Feb. 7 (v. 3, no. i)-July i8. Louiszille National Union Press. d. I864. Apr. i8 (v. i, no. i)-Aug. 31, wanting Apr. I8-I9, 25, May 7, I4, 16-17, 23, 3, June 2, 22, 24-25, July 7, 26, Aug. 26. Public Library Paper. w. 1873. May 17 (v. i, no. I)-I875. Feb. 20. 2 v. wanting I864. Mch. 7. Winston Co's. Rough and Ready. m. I848. June (v. i, no. 8). Monthly Pictorial Rough and Ready. m. (Monsarrat Co.) I847. Dec. 13 (v. I, no. I). Rough and Ready. w. (Monsarrat Co.) I848. Jan. i (v. I, no. 20), Feb. 12. Presbyterian Sentinel. m. I84I. Oct. I842. Mch.-May. Continued as: Presbyterian Sentinel. b.-w. I842. Dec. Is. 24 Weekly Sun and Advertiser. w. x842. Aug. 20 (v. I, no. 24). Continued as: Louisville Weekly Sun. w. i842. Nov. 22. Louisville Times. d. i855. Aug. 9-Ii, IS-i8, Sept. 20. Louisville Volksblati. d. I866. Sept. 5 (v. 5, no. I3I). Der Waisen-Freund. irreg. i857. Dec. I5. Maysville Henry Clay Bugle. w. i844. Mch. 23-Oct. 31, wanting Sept. I2, I9, Oct. I7. A campaign paper. Maysville Eagle. w. x823. May 26 (v. 4, w. no. i84)-i836. May 4. 13 v. complete except i834. Jan. 23. i836. Jan. 6. i837. May I7-31. I839. July 24. i844. Jan. Io. i845. Mch. 5-12, 26-Dec. 3P. i846. Complete except Jan. I4, May 20. i847. Complete to Nov. 3. Maysville Eagle. s.-w. I835. Nov. 7-I845. Oct. 29. Io v. complete except 1841. Mch. 20, Apr. 7, I4, July 28, Oct. 30, Nov. 3; I843. Aug. 23; I844. May I5. Continued as: Maysville Eagle. t.-w. I845. Nov. i-i8s8. Dec. 30. I4 v. complete except i85o. Mch. 2I, July 4; i8sI. July 12, 31, Nov. 20; I852. Feb. 26, Mch. 3-May Ii. Aug. 2I, 28, Dec. 9; I854. Nov. 30; I8ss. June 2-Sept. 29. Campaign Flag. w. I848. Mch. 24 (v. i, no. i)-Dec. i. Wanting Mch. 31, Apr. I4, May 5, Aug. 4, Oct. 6, I3. A campaign paper. Kentucky Flag. w. I847. Oct. 20 (v. 2, no. 9)-i848. Dec. 6, except I847. Dec. 8, 22, 29, I848. May Io, Aug. i6, 23, Sept. 6, 20, Nov. 29. 25 Kentucky Flag. d. I848. Dec. I2 (v. I, no. 3)-I849. Mch. 14, except I848. Dec. i6, i8, 22, 29; I849. Jan. IO, I9, 26, Feb. I9, 20, 28, Mch. I-2. Maysville Herald. t.-w. I847. Feb. ig (v. I, no. I)-I848. Nov. 29. 2 V. wanting I847. Mch. i9, Apr. 5-12, June 21, July 12-I4, Aug. 4-6, 30, Oct. 4, II, Nov. 1, 17, Dec. Io; I848. Mch. 20-24; Apr. 3, May I5, June 14, Nov. 8, 24. Continued by: Maysville Herald. d. I848. Dec. II (v. I, no. I)-I849. Feb. 17, except 1848. Dec. 22; I849. Jan. IO, I3, Feb. 2. Suspended 1849. Feb. 17. Paris Western Citizen. w. I8io. Nov. 24 (v. 3, no. 43). i8iI. June I5. I824. Jan. I7-I83I. Dec. 3I. Extra I828. Dec. 27. 8 v. wanting 1826. Apr. I; I829. May i6; I830. July 3, Sept. 24; I83I. Apr. 2, June II, July 23, Sept. 24, Nov. I9. I832. June i5, Sept. 14. I843. Nov. 3, Dec. 22. I844. July I9. Russellville Russellville Advertiser. w. I836. Jan. I0 (v. I, no. Io), Dec. 9. I837. Jan. 27, Feb. IO, Oct. 27. I838 Oct. I9. I840. Sept. 4. Champion of Freedom. w.() 1833. May I. Imperfect. Herald and Advertiser. w. I84I. Dec. 8 (V. 2, no. 50), 22. I842. Oct. 19. Continued by, or as(): Herald. w. i85o. Jan. 30. Weekly Messenger. w. I827. May; (v. 13, no. 20). Mirror. w. I812. Jan. 29 (v. 5, no. 4). 26 Shelbyville Advocate of Popular Rights. w. I833. Aug. 2I (v. I, no. I)-1834. Sept. 5, except 1833. Aug. 3I and I834. Feb.i. Baptist Banner, b.-w. to Oct. I835, then w. 1835. Mch. 2I (v. I, no. i6), Sept. I9-Oct. 17, Nov. 2I-Dec. 26. I836. Jan. 2-I5, 3o-Mch. 12, Apr. 9-June i8, July 9-I6, Aug. 20- Sept. 3, 17, Oct. i-8, I5, Dec. 6-I3, 27. Political Examiner and General Recorder. w. I832. May Io.-I833. June 22, wanting 1833. Feb. 23, May i8-June 8. Washington Mirror. w. 1797. Sept. 23 (v. I, no. 2)-I798. June I6, wanting I797. Oct. 14. Winchester Advertiser. w. i8I5. Jan. 14 (v. I, no. 24), 2I, Feb. 4. Continued as: Kentucky Advertiser. w. i8i6. Aug. IO, 31, Sept. 14-OCt. I2, 26-NOV. 2, 23, Dec. 7, 21-28. I817. Jan. 4, July I9. i8I8. June 13, Aug. I. A CHECK-LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN THE DURRETT COLLECTION OTHER THAN FROM KENTUCKY ALABAMA Mobile Mobile Gazette. s.-w. I8I8. July IO/I4. CONNECTICUT Norwich True Republican. w. I804. Aug. 8 (v. I, no. 8). DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Georgetown Washington Federalist. t.-w.; s.-w. A country edition. I802. Dec. IO/I3. 27 I803. Jan. 12/14-I7/ig, Feb. 4-II/I4, Mch. 30/Apr. 1-4/6, 20/22, July 29/Aug. I, Aug. 19/22, 26, Sept. 14, 30/Oct. 3, 26, Nov. 2/4, 9/II-3o/Dec. 2, 7/9-23/25. I804. Jan. 2-4/6, 25/27-Feb. I/3, I5/17, 29/Mch. 2-9, Apr. 2-4/6, I6/I8-20, May 2/4-II/I4, 21/23-25/28, June 4/6, I3/I5-July 2, ii/i6, 20/23, Oct. 17/20, 3i/Nov. 3, 17/21-24/28, Dec. 12/15. Washington Federalist. t.-w.; s.-w. Regular edition. 1802. July I9 (V. 2, w. no. 342). I803. Mch. 7, 11-14, 25, Apr. II, 25-June I, IO-July 25, Aug. 3-5, 8, 24, 28, Sept. 2-9, I6-I9, Oct. 5, 24, Nov. 2I, 28. I804. Jan. 9, July 28, Aug. 15-25, Sept. 5-22, Oct. 27, Nov. 7, 14, 24, Dec. I. Washington Campaign. w. 1848. May 31 (v. I, no. i)-Nov. I, and 1849. Apr. II. A campaign paper. Washington Gazette. t.-w. I8I8. Sept. 5/7. I825. Sept. 20/21. Washington Gazette. d. 1825. Feb. I2. Globe. s-w. I84I. June 7 (v. II, no. 5o), July I. Globe. d. 1838. Aug. 4. 1840. Jan. 14. Weekly National Intelligencer. w. 1847. July 3. National Intelligencer. t.-w. (s.-w. during vacation of Congress). I800. Oct. 3I (v. I, no. i)-Nov. 14, 19-22, 26-Dec. I7, 24, 29-31. I8oi. Jan. g-Mch. 27, Apr. 3-I7, 24-May I, 8-20, 25-June T5, I9-20, 24-Sept. 25, 30-Oct. 2, 7, I2-26, 3o-Nov. II. I840. Apr. 4. I84I. Nov. I8, 23-Dec. II, I6, 25, 30. 1842. Jan. 4-II, 15, 22-25, 29-Feb. I, 5, 22-Mch. 5, 10, 17, 22, 26- Apr. 5, 12, 2I-23, 28, May 3-5, IO-17, 2I-24,28- July 7, 12-I6, 23-26, Aug. 4-Ii, I8-20, 25, 30-Sept. IO, 17-Oct. 15, 22, 29-Dec. IO, I7-31- I843. Jan.3-I4, I9,Apr.4--II,Aug. 26-Nov. 22, 29,Dec. 2-I6, 2I-30. 28 i844. Jan. 2-16, 20-27, Feb. 22-Mch. 30, Apr. 4-I3, I8-30, May 7- July 4, 9-Aug. 3. I845. Mch. 29. Daily National Intelligencer. d. 1847. Jan. 28-29, Feb. 4, 9-13, 17-Ig, 24-25, 27-Mch. 2, 4, 6, lO- II, 13-15, 17-I8, 20, 23-24, 27, 30, Apr. 2-3, 6, I6-I9, 21, May 5, 10, 13, I5, 27-28, June 4, 23-24, 26-July I, 3, 7, 9, 12, 15, 20, 22, 24, Aug. 4-5, 7, IO, I2, I4, I8-25, 30-31, Sept. 2, 4-8, 10, I3-14, I8, 21-25, 29-Oct. 2, 5-7, 27-28, Nov. 9, Dec. 8-I4, i8-20, 22, 24- 27, 3I- I848. Jan. I, 4-5, 7-II, I3-24, 26, 3i-Feb. IO, I4-Mch. I8, 22-24, 28-Apr. IO, I3-26, 28-May 5, 8-23, 25-3I, June 1-19, 23-26, 28- Aug. 12, 15-22, 24-29, 3I-Sept. 13, I5-26, 28-Oct. 27, 30-Nov. 13, 15-25, 28-30. National Journal. t.-w. I827. July 2I-Nov. 24, 29-Dec. i8. National Republican. d. I86I. July 26 (v. I, no. 204). United States Telegraph. w. 1828. Feb. I9 (v. 3, no. 22). GEORGIA Augusta Augusta Chronicle. w. I817. Oct. 4, Nov. I. i8i8. May 30, July II, 25, Aug. I. Augusta Herald. s.-w. i8i8. July I 7 (v. 20. no. 5). Milledgeville Georgia Journal. w. I8I8. Oct. 27 (v. IO, no. 2). Reflector. w. I8I8. July 28 (v. I, no. 38). INDIANA New Albany Microscope and General Advertiser. w. I824. Sept. 22-Dec. 31. I825. Jan. 7-Mch. 25, Apr. 23-Sept. IO. Philomath Sentinel and Star in the West. See under Cincinnati, Ohio. 29 LouIsiANA Baton Rouge Republic. w. I822. July I 6 (v. I, no. I8). MARYAD Baltimore Maryland Censor. w. i8i8. Jan. 5 (v. I, no. 21). Federal Gazette and Baltimore General Advertiser. d. I8o6. Mch. 27, 29, Apr. 11-12. 1807. July 3, 25, 28, Nov. 2, 4, 9, Dec. 3. i8i8. Nov. 24-25. Maryland Journal and Baltimore Advertiser. w. 1773. Aug. 20 (V. I, no. I). Facsimile. Baltimore Patriot and Commercial Gazette. d. i839. June 25. Baltimore Evening Post. d. I8o6. July 8 (v. 3, no. 8). i807. Mch. 23, July 8, Sept. 23, 29. Federal Republican and Baltimore Telegraph. s.-w. I8i8. Feb. I0 (V. 2, W. no. i9i), June 2. Cumberland Western Herald and Cumberland Weekly Advertiser. w. i8ig. Apr. 5 (v. 2, no. 4)-I2. Fredericktown Frederick-Town Herald. w. 1803. Apr. 30 (v. I, no. 46), May 28. 1804. Feb. 4-Mch. 17, 3I-May 26, June O6-Aug. 25, Sept. 8-29, Oct. 27-Nov. I0, Dec. I5. MASSACHUSETTS Boston Columbian Centinel. s.-w. i825. Jan. 5, 29, Feb. 9, 6, 23-Mch. 2, i9, Apr. 23, 30, May 14, 25. New England Galaxy. w. 1825. July 22 (v. 8, W. no. 406). New England Palladium and Commerical Advertiser. s.-w. i8i8. Sept. 25, Oct. 20. 30 Panoplist or the Christian's Armory. m. i805. July (v. I, no. I)-i8o8. May. 3 v. Continued as: Panoplist and Missionary Magazine m. i8o8. June-i909. May. I v. i813. June-i8i6. Dec. 4 v. MIssissiPPI Natchez Mississippi State Gazette. w. i8i8. July II (v. 6, no. 28), 25. Mississippi Herald and Natchez City Gazette. s.-w. 1804. Feb. I3 (V. 2, no. 32), July 6-I3. Green's Impartial Observer. w. i8oo. May 5 (v. I, no. I)-Sept. 20, Oct. i8, Nov. 29-Dec. 13. i8oi. Jan. 24-Feb. 2i, Apr. 4. Mississippi Republican. w. i8i8. July 23 (v. 7, W. no. 322). NEW HAMPSHIRE Walpole Farmers' Museum or Literary Gazette. w. I803. May 31 (v. II, W. no. 530). NEW YORK Albany Albany Argus. s.-w. Ir8i. Nov. 3 (v. 6, w. no. 603). Cultivator. m. i840. Jan. (v. I, no. I), Mch., July-Oct., Dec. I841. Jan.-Oct., Dec. I842. Jan.-Dec. Albany Gazette. s.-w. 1827. Sept. 25. Brooklyn Long Island Star. w. i8i8. Oct. 7 (V. IO, W. no. 492). Kingston Ulster County Gazette. w. I8oo. Jan. 4. Facsimile. 3' New York City Mercantile Advertiser. d. i8i8. Oct. 21, 28. American Monthly Magazine and Critical Review. m. I8I7. May (v. I, no. i)-Oct. New York Gazette or the Weekly Post-Boy. w. 1772. Nov. i6 (w. no. I544). New York Evening Post for the Country. s.-w. x8I8. Aug. 5, Sept. 30. Universalist Union. w. 1835. Nov. i4 -(v. I, no. i)-i836. Nov. 5, 1839. June 22. Ogdensburgh St. Lawrence Gazette. w. i826. July iI (v. II, w. no. 550). NORTH CAROLINA Fayetteville American. w. i8i8. July 23 (v. 6, no. 24). Carolina Observer. w. i8i8. July 30 (v. I, no. 24), Aug. I3. Raleigh Raleigh Minerva. w. i8i8. July 3 (v. 20, w. no. ii6i)-24. Raleigh Register and North Carolina State Gazette. w. i8oo. Sept. i6 (v. I, no. 48). Called Raleigh Register and North Carolina Weekly Advertiser. I802. Apr. I3. PENNSYLVANIA Philadelphia Aurora General Advertiser. d. I799. July 9, Dec. 5. Poulson's American Daily Advertiser. d. 1807. Nov. I 6. Bache's Philadelphia Aurora. t.-w. I798. Aug. i8/20, 1799. Feb. I4/15, 26/27, Mch. 23/25, July 8. Weekly Aurora. w. i8I5. Dec. 26 (v. 6, no. 43). i8i6. Jan. 9-1817. Feb. 3. 32 Journal of Belles Lettres. w. 1833. July 2-I834. Mch. 4. A supplement to Waldie's Scedct Circidating Library. Freeman's Journal and Philadelphia Mercantile Advertiser. d. i8i8. Nov. 4, 7. National Gazette and Literary Register. t.-w. 1832. Sept. 13 (v. I2, W. no. I796), 20-25, Oct. 2-II, i6-Nov. 8, 13-Dec. II, 15-20, 25. i833. Jan. I-8, 12-Mch. I9, 23-Apr. 30, May 4-23, 30-June I, 6-July i8, 23-Aug. 22, 3i-Sept. 28, Oct. 1-29, Nov. 2-Dec. 26. i834. Jan. 2-9, i4-Mch. 27, Apr. I-5, I2-May I, 6-20, 29-June 3, 12-Aug. 21, 26-Sept. 23, 27-Oct. 2. Independent Gazetteer. s.-w. 1794. Apr. 23, 26, 30. Port Folio. w. i8oi. Mch. 7 (v. I, no. Io). Saturday Evening Post. w. i825. July i6 (v. 4, no. 29). Union. United States Gazette and True American. s.-w. i8i9. Mch. 13 (v. i9, w. no. 1834), May I2, June 23-26. Waldie's Select Circulating Library. w. 1833. Jan. is-Apr. g, July I6-Dec. 3i. i834. Complete. I835. July 7-Dec. 29. Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner. w. i870. Jan. 5-I2, Feb. 9, Mch. 2-9. Pittsburgh Gazette. w. 1795. June 6-13, July II, 25-Aug. i5, Sept. 5-12, Oct. 3, 17-24, Nov. i4-Dec. 5, 19-26. I796. Jan. 2-Feb. 20, Mch. i9, May I4, 28-June 4, Oct. 8. I797. June 3, Sept. 23. 1798. May 5, June 23, July 7, Oct. 6-I3, 27. Washington Western Telegraphe and Washington Advertiser. w. I795. Nov. 24 (v. I, no. is). I797. May 23-30, Sept. I9. 1798. Feb. I3, 27, MayI, 22, June 26-July 3, Sept. I8, Oct. 2, 23-30. 33 Ormo Ashland National Poultry Monitor. m. i88I. Dec. Chillicothe Scioto Gazette. w. I8o6. -NOV. 27. Imperfect. Weekly Recorder. w. i8I8. Sept. i8 (v. I, no. 6), Dec. 4. I8I9. Jan. I, 22, Feb. I2-I9, Mch. 5-May 2I, June 4-25, July g- Aug. 6, i8-Sept. 22, Oct. 6. Cincinnati Cincinnati Inquisitor Advertiser. w. i8Ig. Jan. 26 (v. I, no. 32). I820. June 27. Cincinnati Advertiser. s.-w. I827. Aug. 15-I8, Sept. 26. Cincinnati Daily Commercial. d. I86I. July 31. I862. July 30, Aug. 26. National Crisis. w. I825. Aug. 8 (V. 2, w. no. 64). Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. w. I86I. Dec. i8. I862. Feb. I2. Cincinnati Enquirer. d. I86i. Jan. I-I862. Dec. 31. 6 v. wanting I86i. Jan. 1-3, 5, 25-27, 30, Feb. I, 7, 9, IO, 12, i6, 20-21, 23, Mch. I, IO, 15, 20, 24, 28-3I, Apr. 2-14, May I, 4, June 23, 30, July 4, 5, 6, Oct. 2, Dec. 2o; I862. Jan. 4, 9, Feb. 5, Mch. 6, 23, May i0-II, July 6, i6 24, Sept. 2, IO-II. I863. July i-Dec. 31. I v. wanting July I5, 23. I864. Feb. T6. Cincinnati Daily Gazette. d. I867. May 31. Liberty Hall and Cincinnati Gazette. w. 1826. Aug. 2, 5. A weekly ed. of the s.-w. Liberty Hall. 34 Liberty Hall and Cincinnati Gazette. w. i827. Aug. 2, Oct. 4. A weekly ed. of the Cincinnati Daily Gazette. Liberty Hall and Cincinnati Gazette. s.-w. i826. Nov. 17. Pandect. w. 1828. Sept. 9 (v. I, no. 8), 23. i829. Feb. I0, Mch. 4, July 14. Sentinel and Star in the West. w. i829. Oct. 3 (v. I, no. I)-1830. Oct. 2. i835. May I6-I836. June 25 (wanting Aug. is and Apr. 9). Published at Philomath, Ind., from 1833 to 1835. Sept. 19. Western Spy and Cincinnati General Advertiser. w. i8i9. Jan. 23 (V. 5, w. no. 242). Cincinnati Daily Times. d. i862. Mch. 22. St. Clairsville Ohio Federalist. w. i8i3. Sept. I5 (v. I, no. i9). I8I4. Apr. I3, i9, May i8-June 22, July I3-20, Aug. I0-24, Sept. I4, Oct. 12-NOV. 9. Continued by: Ohio Federalist and Belmont Repository. w. I814. Nov. 3o (v. I, no. 2)-Dec. 28. i8i5. Jan. i9-Feb. 2, Mch. 2-i6, 3o-Apr. 6, 27-May II, 25-June 8, 29-July 20, Aug. io, Sept. 7-I4. Steubenville Western Herald and Steubenville Gazette. w. i825. Feb. 26-Mch. 5. SOUTI CAROLINA Charleston Southern Patriot and Commercial Advertiser. d. I8I8. July 9 (v. 8, w. no. II74), Aug. 3, 7. TENNESSEE Jonesborough Newspaper and Washington Advertiser. w. I804. Feb. I (v. 3, W. no. II8), IS. 35 Knoxville Knoxville Gazette. w. 1799. Aug. 7 (v. i, no. 6). Continued by: Impartial Observer. w. 1I799. Sept. iI (v. i, no. 3). i8oo. Mch. 26, Apr. 16-30, May 28-July 9, Aug. 12-27, Sept. Io. Extras, Aug. 20, 27, Sept. 3. Continued as: Knoxville Gazette. w. I8oI. Jan. 7, Feb. 4-II, Mch. ii, May 6, Oct. I4-28, Nov. ii. 1802. Aug. 4. 1803. Jan. 26, Aug. 8. Knoxville Register. w. i8i8. July 21 (V. 2, w. no. i04). i8i9. Mch. i6. Memphis Memphis Advocate. w. i825. Oct. 23. Imperfect. Nashville Whig Banner. s.-w. i844. May II-Oct. 26. A campaign paper. Clarion and Tennessee State Gazette. w. i8i9. Nov. Io (v. Io, no. 43), 17, Dec. i-8, 22. Nashville Intelligencer. b.-w. 1799. Mch. ii (v. i, no. 5), July I7, Aug. 28. v. x, no. s called Rig/as of Man or the Nashville InteUigencer. Rogersville Rogersville Gazette and East Tennessee Republican. w. i818. July 13 (V. 4, no. 50). VERMONT Rutland Rutland Herald. w. i8o8. Dec. 24 (v. I4, no. 52). Vergennes Vermont Aurora. w. I825. Aug. 25 (V. 2, no. 9)-Sept. i. 36 Windsor Post-Boy. w. i8o6. Jan. 7 (v. 2, no. i)-Mch. 25. VIRGINIA Alexandria Columbian Mirror and Alexandria Gazette. t.-w. 1799. Feb. Is (v. 6, w. no. 912). Fredericksburg Virginia Herald, s.-w. i8i9. May ig (V. 2, W. no. I95). Lynchburg Lynchburg Weekly Gazette. w. 1798. Dec. 8 (v. I, no. 28). 1799. Jan. 26. Lynchburg Press. w. i8i8. Aug. 7 (v. Ic, no. 15)-14, Dec. 25. Norfolk Norfolk and Portsmouth Herald. t.-w. i8i8. July 22, Aug. 7, Nov. II-I3, 25, Dec. 2. Richmond Richmond Enquirer. s.-w. (t.-w. during sessions of legislature). i8i5. Sept. 20 (v. I 2, no. 40). i8i6. Oct. 12, Nov. I2, i6, 26-28. i8I7. Apr. 25, May 2, I3, 23-27, June 17-24, July Is-i8, 25, Aug I-5, 26, Sept. 2-9, i6-23, 30, Oct. 3, Nov. 25-28. i8i8. Jan. I-27, 3i, Feb. IO, 26, Mch. I3, 20, 27, Apr. I4, 2I-28, May 8-Is, 2I, June S. Virginia Gazette or the American Advertiser. w. I783. Dec. 20 (V. I, no. Io5). Republican Sentinel. w. i844. Mch. i6-Oct. 30, wanting Aug. 24. A campaign paper. Staunton Phenix. w. I79g. Feb. I3 (v. 3, no. 49). Winchester Republican Constellation. w. i8i8. July II (v. 9, w. no. 5i6). 37 Winchester Gazette. w. 1799. Jan. 2 (v. ii, w. no. 56I)-I802. Sept. 29. 2V. (Wanting 1799. June i9, Aug. I4, i8oo. Oct. I, 8.) MEXICO Vera Cruz American Eagle. t.-w. 1847. Apr. 6 (v. I, no. 2). Published by Americans during the Mexican War. ENGLAND London London Chronicle. t.-w. I758. Jan. 3-Apr. i8, 22-May ii, i6-July I, 4-6, II-I3, i8-Nov. 28. I760. Jan. 22-24. Feb. 21, Apr. 22, May, 3, 3i, Oct. 7-06, 2I-25, 30-Dec. II, i6-25. I76i. Jan. i.-Feb. 7, 12-Mch. 7, I2-21, 26-Apr. 2, 7-May I4, I9- Sept. 22, 26. 1772. Jan. 2, i6, 23-Feb. 6, II, I5-27, MIch. 3-7, I7-24, 3i-Apr. 2, 7, II-2I, 28, May 2, I2-I9,- 23-June 2, 9-25, 30, July 2-25, 30- Aug. 4, 8-25, 29-Sept. is, Oct. 8-17, Nov. 3-5, 24, i9-Dec. 17, 22, 26-3i. Lloyd's Evening Post and British Chronicle. t.-w. I760. Feb. 4, 8, 13, 2I, Apr. 2I, May I4, 21-28, June 2-4. 38