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Federal Republican & Commercial Gazette Collection

MSA SC 4054
RestrictionsRESTRICTED: Do not circulate originals without the permission of the Registrar or the Director of the Maryland Newspaper Project
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Newspaper, Federal Republican & Commercial Gazette
(Baltimore: printed and published for the proprietors by Joseph Robinson)

The Federal Republican & Commercial Gazette began publication July 4, 1808 [v. 1, no. 1] and ceased December 24, 1813 [v. 8, no. 1063]. It was published triweekly, July 27, 1812-1813; triweekly, 1808-April 21, 1809; daily, April 24, 1809-June 22, 1812. It was also published as the Federal Republican and Commercial Gazette. Other editions include the Federal Republican & Commercial Gazette (Country edition) (Baltimore: 1809). It was published in Georgetown, D.C., July 27, 1812-1813. It was suspended June 22, 1812 and resumed publication July 27, 1812. The newspaper absorbed the North American and Mercantile Daily Advertiser (Baltimore: 1808), October 5, 1809 and was continued by the Federal Republican (Georgetown, D.C.: daily).

This title is available on microfilm from Readex Microprint Corporation as part of the Early American Newspaper Series.

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