National Gazette

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History Of American Newspapers - Revolutionary Epoch and Early National Era: 1770–1820 - Partisan Newspapers
... York, 15 April, the first number of The Gazette of the United States, the earliest of a series of administration organs ... The editorship of the Gazette later fell to Joseph Dennie, who had previously made a success of The Farmer's Weekly Museum and would later found Port Folio, two of the most ... soon renamed Commercial Advertiser) in New York, the Gazette of the United States, which in 1790 followed Congress and the capital to Philadelphia, was at the center of ...

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