Virginia Gazette

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The Virginia Gazette - Modern Paper
... Johnston brought the name Virginia Gazette back to Williamsburg in newspaper form, but unrelated to its colonial predecessors ... As editor of the Virginia Gazette, a Democratic weekly, Johnston campaigned vigorously to attract industry to the region ... The Gazette, for example, described a new mill that opened in 1895 as “the morning star of the future that heralds a glorious dawn of prosperity upon this little city.” Typical ...
History Of American Newspapers - Colonial Period - The Virginia Gazette
... theatrical notices may also be followed in The Virginia Gazette, a paper of unusual excellence, edited by William Parks in Williamsburg, the old capital of Virginia ... called The Monitor, which fills the first page of The Virginia Gazette for twenty-two numbers, probably reflects not only the social life of the capital, but also the ...
The Virginia Gazette
... The Virginia Gazette is the local newspaper of Williamsburg, Virginia ... Established in 1930, it is named for the historical Virginia Gazette published between 1736 and 1780 ...

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