List of newspapers in New Hampshire in the 18th century

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This is a list of newspapers published in 18th-century New Hampshire, North America.

New Hampshire newspapers by town[edit]

Amherst[edit]

Newspapers published in Amherst, New Hampshire:

  • The Amherst Journal, and the New-Hampshire Advertiser. W., Jan. 16, 1795-Jan. 9, 1796.[1]
  • Village Messenger. W., Jan. 9, 1796-Dec. 27, 1800+[1]

Concord[edit]

Newspapers published in Concord, New Hampshire:

  • Concord Herald. W., Mar. 9, 1791-Sept. 1, 1792.[1]
  • The Concord Herald, and Newhampshire Intelligencer. W., Jan. 6, 1790-Jan. 12, 1791.[1]
  • Courier of New Hampshire. W., Feb. 13, 1794-Dec. 27, 1800+[1]
  • The Federal Mirror. W., Apr. 10, 1795-Nov. 15, 1796.[1]
Hough's Concord Herald, 1791
  • Hough's Concord Herald. W., Jan. 19, 1791-Mar. 2, 1791; Sept. 8, 1792-Jan. 30, 1794.[1]
  • The Mirror. W., Oct. 10, 1797-Sept. 2, 1799.[1]
  • The Mirrour. W., Oct. 29, 1792-Apr. 3, 1795.[1]
  • New Starr. W., Apr. 11-Oct. 3, 1797.[1]
  • Republican Gazetteer. W., Nov. 22, 1796-Jan. 17, 1797.[1]
  • Russell & Davis' Republican Gazetteer. W., Jan. 24-Apr. 4, 1797.[1]

Dover[edit]

Newspapers published in Dover, New Hampshire:

  • The Phenix. W., Apr. (11), 1792-Aug. 29, 1795.[1]
  • Political and Sentimental Repository, Or Strafford Recorder. W., July 15-Jan. 6 (?) Or June 9 (?), 1791.[1]
  • The Political Repository, Or Stafford Recorder. W., Jan. 6(?) Or June 9(?), 1791-Jan. 4, 1792(?).[1]
  • The Sun. Dover Gazette, and County Advertiser. W., Nov. 18 Or 25, 1795-Dec. 31, 1800+[1]

Exeter[edit]

Newspapers published in Exeter, New Hampshire:

  • American Herald of Liberty. W., May 14, 1793-Nov. (?), 1795.[1]
  • Exeter Federal Miscellany. W., Jan. 16-Sept. 24, 1799.[1]
Exeter Journal, or, New Hampshire Gazette, 1778
  • The Exeter Journal, or, New Hampshire Gazette. W., Feb. 17-May 5, 1778.[1]
  • The Exeter Journal, or, The New-Hampshire Gazette, and Tuesday's General Advertiser. W., May 12-June 9, 1778.[1]
  • The Exeter Journal, or, The New-Hampshire Gazette, and Tuesday's General Advertiser. W., Feb. 23-May 25, 1779.[1]
  • The Freeman's Oracle, and New-Hampshire Advertiser. W., July 1, 1786-Apr. 25, 1788.[1]
  • The Herald of Liberty. W., Feb. 20-May 8, 1793.[1]
  • The Herald of Liberty, or, Exeter Gazette. W., Nov. (?), 1795-July 12, 1796.[1]
  • Lamson's Weekly Visitor. W., May 5-27, 1795.[1]
  • The New Hampshire Gazette, or, Exeter Morning Chronicle. W., June 1-Aug. 31, 1776.[1]
  • The New-Hampshire (State) Gazette, or, Exeter Circulating Morning Chronicle. W., Sept. 7, 1776-Jan. 14, 1777.[1]
  • New-Hampshire Gazette, or, State Journal and General Advertiser.W., June 16, 1778-Feb. 16, 1779.[1]
  • The Newhampshire Gazetteer. W., Aug. 18, 1789-Feb. 13, 1793.[1]
  • Political Banquet, and Farmer's Feast. W., Oct. 8-Dec. 31, 1799.[1]
  • Ranlet's Federal Miscellany. W., Dec. 5, 1798-Jan. 9, 1799.[1][2]
  • The State Journal, or, The New-Hampshire Gazette, and Tuesday's Liberty Advertiser. W., Jan. 21, 1777-July 15, 1777.[1]
  • The Weekly Visitor. W., June 2-9, 1795.[1]
  • The Weekly Visitor, or, Exeter Gazette. W., June 16-Dec. 26, 1795.[1]

Gilmanton[edit]

Newspapers published in Gilmanton, New Hampshire:

  • The Gilmanton Gazette: and Farmers' Weekly Magazine. W., Aug. 30-Dec. 20, 1800.[1]

Hanover[edit]

Newspapers published in Hanover, New Hampshire:

  • Dartmouth Gazette. W., Aug. 27, 1799-Dec. 27, 1800+[1]
  • The Eagle, or, Dartmouth Centinel. W., July 22, 1793- July (?), 1798.[1]

Keene[edit]

Newspapers published in Keene, New Hampshire:

  • The Columbian Informer, or, Cheshire Journal. W., Apr. 4, 1793-July 21, 1795.[1]
  • The New-Hampshire Recorder, and the Weekly Advertiser. W., Aug. 7, 1787-Mar. 18, 1788; and Apr. 15, 1788- Mar. 3, 1791.[1]
  • New-Hampshire Sentinel. W., Mar. 23, 1799-Dec. 27, 1800+[1]
The Rising Sun, 1795
  • The Rising Sun. W., Aug. 11, 1795-June 23, 1798.[1]

Portsmouth[edit]

Newspapers published in Portsmouth, New Hampshire:

  • Federal Observer. W., Nov. 22, 1798-May 29, 1800.[1]
  • Fowle's New-Hampshire Gazette, and General Advertiser. W., Dec. 24, 1784-June 2, 1787.[1]
  • The Freeman's Journal, or, New-Hampshire Gazette. W., May 25, 1776-June 9, 1778.[1]
  • The New-Hampshire Gazette, and General Advertiser. W., Sept. 8, 1781-Dec. 17, 1784.[1]
  • The New-Hampshire Gazette, and Historical Chronicle. W., Mar. 11, 1763-Jan. 9, 1776.[1]
  • The New-Hampshire Gazette, and the General Advertiser. W., June 9, 1787-Apr. 9, 1793.[1]
  • New-Hampshire Gazette, or, State Journal, and General Advertiser. W., June 16, 1778-June 4, 1781.[1]
  • New-Hampshire Gazette, State Journal, and General Advertiser. W., June 11-Sept. 3, 1781.[1]
  • The New-Hampshire Mercury, and the General Advertiser. W., Dec. 24, 1784-Mar. 12, 1788.[1]
  • The New-Hampshire Spy. S.W., Oct. 24, 1786-Mar. 3, 1789.[1]
  • The Oracle of the Day. S.W., W., June 4, 1793-Dec. 28, 1799.[1]
Osborne's New-Hampshire Spy, 1789
  • Osborne's New-Hampshire Spy. S.W., W., Mar. 6, 1789- Mar. 2, 1793.[1]
  • The Portsmouth Mercury, and Weekly Advertiser. W., Jan. 21, 1765-Sept. 29, 1766.[1]
  • The Republican Ledger. W., Aug. 29, 1799-Dec. 30, 1800+[1]
  • The United States Oracle of the Day. W., Jan. 4-Dec. 27, 1800+[1]

Walpole[edit]

Newspapers published in Walpole, New Hampshire:

  • Farmer's Museum, or, Lay Preacher's Gazette. W., Apr. 1, 1799-Feb. 10, 1800.[1]
  • Farmers' Museum, or, Literary Gazette. W., Feb. 17- Dec. 29, 1800+[1]
  • The Farmer's Weekly Museum: Newhampshire and Vermont Journal. W., Apr. 4, 1797-Mar. 25, 1799.[1]
  • The Newhampshire and Vermont Journal, or, The Farmer's Weekly Museum. W., Apr. 11, 1794-Mar. 28, 1797.[1]
  • The Newhampshire Journal, or, The Farmer's Weekly Museum. W., Apr. 11, 1793-Apr. 4, 1794.[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk "Eighteenth-Century American Newspapers in the Library of Congress: New Hampshire". Library of Congress. Retrieved 2010-10-21. 
  2. ^ Brigham, Clarence S. (April 1916). "Bibliography of American newspapers, 1690-1820: part 5: Michigan to New Hampshire". Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society. 26(1):80-184. 1916. Retrieved 2010-10-21. 

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