Hartford: Saturday, October 21, 1848. 26" x 20", pp. ; 7 columns per page; central fold, removed from binding. Numerous ads, some with cuts, an endorsement for Taylor and Fillmore for President and Vice-President, with much on the upcoming election, an account of Taylor and Slavery, and Van Buren and the tariff, deaths, marriages, foreign news, and 5 columns on the last page advertising patent medicines.
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Hartford: Hudson & Goodwin, Tuesday, May 19, 1812. 20½" x 13½", pp. ; 5 columns per page, removed from binding. Letter to the Citizens of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on the embargo and war with Great Britain by Timothy Pickering, an animated debate in the House of Representatives for repealing the Embargo, state election results, public notices, marriages, deaths, an excerpt from Gov. W.H. Harrison to Col. J.M. Scott describing war with the Indians and lack of peace, usual adverts (some cuts), and patent medicines.
Hartford: printed by Hudson and Goodwin, Monday April 15, 1799. Approx. 19½ " x 12¼ ", pp. ; 5 columns per page; removed from binding. Contains an anonymous two-and-a-half column article "A Picture of France and the Directory" with an excerpt describing its corruption, "The design of the directory is to place all nations under the domination of scoundrels; thus to procure faithful allies and to conceal its own enormitites in the crimes of the universal revolution which it meditates and in realizing makes hourly progress... or Barras's frequently sending his dogs to take the country air in a carriage of the late queen of France, drawn by four horses glittering with gold, silver, &c.&c. Although all Paris would testify to the truth of these occurrences, I will not expose myself to the danger of creating in you a disbelief...I have given you a feeble idea of the criminal and ridiculous excesses of the directory of France." Also in foreign news London: an outline of the plan to be proposed of a Union between Great Britain and Ireland, numerous ads, including patent medicines, lands and farms for sale, and rum.
Louisville: Thursday, July 26, 1877. 28½" x 23½", pp. ; 10 columns per page; central fold, removed from binding. Much news of the Great Railroad Strike from Louisville and from around the country, many ads, some with cuts, legal notices, baseball results, river and weather reports, city ordinances, railroad time tables, classifieds, etc.
Louisville: Sunday, July 22, 1877. 29" x 23¾", pp. ; 10 columns per page, removed from binding, Library of Congress sticker on masthead. More Bloodshed! Entire city of Pittsburgh last night in hands of mob marching wtih flags and drums, arrest of N.J. Summers - an alleged counterfeiter-mold and coin captured, foreign news, city hall notes, dog license day has come, the railroad war, weather bulletin, river telegrams, city religious intelligence, a bold robber, patent medicines, and numerous ads (with cuts).
St. Paul, [Minnesota]: Tuesday Morning, March 21, 1882. 24" x 17½", pp. ; 7 columns per page, removed from binding (2 single sheets). Wahpeton, Dakota Territory - a flourishing town in the heart of rich and fertile country (with map), a report Lieut. Melville furnashes an account of some of the hardships endured by Arctic explorers, help for the homeless - flood sufferers in St. Louis, the evil weevil in the corn, democratic city convention, notable scene in the impeachment court, news from Washington, Minneapolis news, St. Paul railroad notes, financial and stock reports, patent medines, business directory, job listings and usual ads (some with cuts).
New York: Tuesday, November 6, 1877. 20½" x 14", pp.  33-40 [i.e. 8 pages]; 5 columns per page, wood-engraved illustrations throughout; removed from binding. Full front page political cartoon wood engraving of 'Before end After Election', passage of the silver bill, history of a day: over 200 trees uprooted by Friday's gale in Greenwood cemetary, ship's skysail mast collides with Brooklyn Bridge cable yesterday, there are 559 polling places in the city today each guarded by two policemen; the inner life of election day, telegraph and railroad rates, letters from the people, new publications, additional wood engravings include: 'An Arab Romance', A Bazar in Constantinople', 'John Welsh, the New Minister to Great Britain', 'The Turco-Russian War', 'Meade's Wonderful Midgets', and 'The Political Situation in France"; political probabilities, General Grant under fire, current gossip, and usual ads.
Madison: Friday, April 27, 1866. 23¼" x 17½", pp. ; 7 columns per page; central fold, removed from binding. The Senate will not confirm Johnson's nominations. This issue contains a section on Cholera in New York, "The deputy Health Officer's report, this morning, shows that there have been twenty-three new cases of cholera admitted to the hospital ship, and two deaths, since the last report." This was the third time in the nineteenth century the Cholera epidemic struck New York City. Another more in depth cholera article follows on the next page pertaining to Wisconsin where the epidemic swept through in previous years, specifically fatal in the lead regions of the state. "We hope, if it shall visit us this season, that the people will prepare and be ready..." Numerous ads (many with cuts), special notices, and patent medicines.
Madison, Wisconsin: Saturday, July 7, 1866. 23½" x 17½", pp. ; 7 columns per page; removed from binding. The Northwestern telegraph company defended, Washington reports, Milwaukee markets, the Norwegians in America, new trick of burglars, a little girl who strayed from home was found in the woods after a couple of days, a poem ' A Reverie-the Old School Room' by Nellie, railroad time tables, horse thief arrested, special notices, apportionment of income for the school fund, patent medicines, business directory, and numerous ads (some with cuts).
Dover, New Hampshire: George Wadleigh, Tuesday Morning, May 21, 1844. 23" x 17", pp. ; 6 columns per page, removed from binding. The Auction, A Sketch of Real Life by James Rees, train schedules, mammoth cave discovered, a catechism on the tariff, shall the state be districted?, the tariff in New Hampshire, effects of the tariff upon wages, the British tariff bill, news from congress, a singular death of a man who accidently pricked his finger with his pen and a few days later it swelled he died of lockjaw, marriages, deaths, usual ads (some with cuts) dry goods, bonnets, books for farmers, shawls and hats, and patent medicines.
Dover, New Hampshire: Tuesday Morning, June 6, 1854. 23" x 17", pp. ; 6 columns per page, removed from binding. Train schedules, renovating old grape vines, news from the legislature and congress concerning 'The Nebraska Bill and slavery', foreign news, fugitive slave cases, horrid death of a submarine diver, horse thief arrested. Adverts (some with cuts) fireworks, houses for sale, spring goods, silks, garden seeds, and patent medicines.
Dover, New Hampshire: Tuesday Morning, August 17, 1852. 23" x 17", pp. ; 6 columns per page, removed from binding. Train schedules, Letter from Isabella Flirt asking 'Consent', agricultural news, mystery of the American Lakes, Scott's fitness for the Presidency, who oppose General Scott, Whig national nominations for President: Winfield Scott, marriages, deaths, foreign news, in California collisions with the Indians still continue, usual ads (some with cuts), many for patent medicines.
Richmond, Virginia: Thomas Ritchie, Saturday, January 6, 1810. 20½" x 13", pp. ; 5 columns per page, removed from binding. Debate on the joint resolution approving the conduct of the executive in relation to the refusal to receive any further communication from Francis James Jackson, foreign news, extracts from the journals of the house of delegates of the Virginia legislature, announcement for slaves to be sold, a bill to supress duelling, marriages, deaths, theatre and opera schedules, new publications, land for sale, boots & shoes (with cut), public notices, and two runaway slave rewards.
Exeter, N.H. Samuel Hall, Monday, June 30, 1862. 21¾" x 16½", pp. ; 6 columns per page, removed from binding, small tear near lower gutter with minor loss, early owner's name. Agriculture, miscellany, letter from the Mississippi River "There is war to the knife, among the people here. They are killing each other, and reaping the bitter fruits of secession."; the Opium trade, foreign news, the Charleston battle, marriages, deaths, numerous ads (many with cuts), patent medicines, and volunteers wanted for various regiments.
Philadelphia: published daily by Benj. Franklin Bache, Friday, October 29, 1790. 16¼ " x 9¾ ", pp. ; 3 columns per page; removed from binding. Contains an article on Saussure and his journey to the summit of Mount Blanc in 1787, foreign and domestic news, general elections of Pennsylvania, numerous ads - rum, salt, tea, clocks, and publications, including a proposal to publish by subscription Travels in North America, in the years 1783 and 1784 by John David Schoepf, M.D., translated by Henry Steuber - a book apparently never published.
Philadelphia: Saturday, May 13, 1797. 20½" x 13½", pp. ; 5 columns per page; removed from binding. Public announcements, numerous new publications, foreign news, French ship captured off the coast of Ireland, Providence election results, the first lady, Mrs. Adams arrives in Philadelphia, two children accidentally killed while playing near a mill, ship news, and sale of a private library - book and price list included.
Philadelphia: Tuesday, June 20, 1797. 20" x 13½", pp. ; 5 columns per page; removed from binding, early owner's name above masthead, black charcoal or ink(?) smudge on lower corner of both sides of first leaf, second leaf with loss at top margin affecting several lines. Public announcements, numerous new publications, foreign news, treaty of alliance between France and Sardinia which will unbound 20,000 troops, stoppage of the bank at Vienna, European intelligence concerning French troops, sale of a valuable private library - 2 columns of books and prices listed, plus the usual ads.
Philadelphia: Wednesday, June 21, 1797. 20" x 13½", pp. ; 5 columns per page; removed from binding, early owner's name above masthead. Public announcements, new publications, anonymous letters, U.S. ship taken by the Portland of Antigua and sent to St. Kitts for trial, the act authorizing and directing a detachment of 80,000 from the militia to be organized and held in readiness was taken up for a third reading, ship news, the sale of a private library with book and price list, and usual ads.
Philadelphia: Saturday, June 24, 1797. 20" x 13½", pp. ; 5 columns per page; removed from binding, early owner's name above masthead. Public announcements, new publications, a runaway slave reward, opinions on going to war with France, a traveller on horseback has a narrow escape from lightning, shipping embargo at New Orleans, French troops on the island of Cuba, war likely to take place between the Creek and Chickasaw Indians, bills from the senate, and a sale of a private library with book and price list included.
Philadelphia: Saturday, July 8, 1797. 20" x 13½", pp. ; 5 columns per page; removed from binding, early owner's name above masthead, approx. 2" tear at bottom edge of first leaf with some loss. Public announcements, numerous new publications, theatre, circus, indentured servant's time for sale, communications involving Spanish posts in Louisiana, senate bills, ship news, a runaway slave reward, and usual ads.
Philadelphia: Monday, July 10, 1797. 20" x 13½", pp. ; 5 columns per page; removed from binding, early owner's name above masthead, small tear on upper edge with minor loss to p.2. Public announcements, numerous new publications, indentured servant's time for sale, news from House of Representatives concerning impeachment of William Blount, attempted escape at a jail, a runaway slave reward, and usual ads.
London: printed by M. Say, in Avemary-Lane, Lud-gate Street, Tuesday, January 3 to Saturday, December 30, 1786. Folio, 143 issues in all, bound in contempotrary marbled paper-covered boards, the spine with a partial later paper repair, cracks starting at the joints, but the binding remains sound; no. 8140 with small 2" square cut from the first sheet; no. 8151 with clean tear (no loss); tear in fore-margin of 8148 with minor loss to approx. a half dozen lines (sense remains clear); no. 8169 with small tear at bottom corner with loss to the ends of 2 lines; no. 8156 with one-quarter of first leaf and one-eighth of second leaf torn away; top of no. 8200 with paper flaw and minor loss on verso (sense remains clear); no. 8270 with a bit of odd staining on the second leaf; several issues trimmed close at the top (no loss); magenta half-penny stamps in margins of most issues (some partially trimmed by the binder's knife); in all, good and sound. Contains numerous notices of books published, treaties announced, a lengthy account of a hurrican in Jamaica, ship news, London news, Parisian Intelligence, theatre notes, country news, American news, foreign Intelligence, post-office news, legal notices, amusements, auctions, lotteries, bankruptcies, real estate offerings, news from the House of Lords and the House of Commons, assorted poetry, letters, etc. The General Evening Post was a tri-weekly which began circulation in 1733 and merged in 1822 with the St. James’s Chronicle, and London Evening Post, to form the St. James’s chronicle, and General Evening Post. NCBEL II,1327; Ward, Index of British Serials, p. 62.
February 8, 1813. 12" x 10½", pp. ; 2 columns per page, removed from binding. Contains sales of real estate of Pennsylvania brewery in George Street, sheriff's sales, The Olympic Theatre, bales of Calcutta goods, German linens, British and Canton goods, cargo of a ship from Gothenburg, and French goods.
New York: Saturday, November 23, 1878. 16½" x 11¾", pp.  746-760 [i.e. 16 pages]; 4 columns per page, partially unopened with some clean tears. Front page features an elegant 'Dinner and Visiting Dress'. Includes many wood engravings of fashion and clothing patterns with samples of embroidery, coiffures of flowers, and satchels. Also an English gossip column, extracts of "Coward Conscience!" by F.W. Robinson, New York fashion column, sketches in India and usual ads (many with cuts).