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Advocate

Collection NumberOCLC 22167213
PublisherDaniel Blocher
LocationCumberland, Allegany County, MD | View more titles from this: City, County, State
Publication Dates1832-1838
Collection History
(Cumberland, Allegany County: Daniel Blocher)

The Advocate began publication in 1832 and ceased in 1838[?]. It was published weekly. Title history based on June 5, 1832 [new ser., v. 2, no. 32]. It was also published as the Allegany Advertiser and the Maryland Advocate. Issues for June 5 and July 24, 1832 also called vol. 9, no. 445 and vol. 9, no. 452 respectively. The newspaper continues the Advocate, and Farmers' & Mechanics' Register (Cumberland: 1823).

See also: Albert L. Feldstein, Feldstein's Historic Newspapers of Allegany County vol. II: 19th and 20 Centuries (Cumberland: Albert L. Feldstein, 1987).
Related Titles
Advocate
Allegany Advertiser
Feldstein's Historic Newspapers of Allegany County
Maryland Advocate

Institutions Holding This Title
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Allegany County (XKH) 1832
XKHB OR (1832:6:5, 7:24) [Allegany County Historical Society.]

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