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The Philadelphia Aurora was published six days a week in Philadelphia from 1794 to 1824. The paper was founded by Benjamin Franklin Bache, who served as editor until his death in 1798. It is sometimes referred to as the Aurora General Advertiser.
The Aurora's articles generally denounced Federalists, including vitriolic attacks on the presidential administrations of Washington and Adams.
- Bache, Benjamin Franklin; Duane, William (1798-06-19). Truth will out! : the foul charges of the Tories against the editor of the Aurora, repelled by positive proof and plain truth, and his base calumniators put to shame. Philadelphia, PA, USA: Philadelphia Aurora. OCLC 156194798, 10987100 and 22050416. Retrieved 2013-03-12.
- Philadelphia Aurora. Philadelphia, PA, USA: Benjamin Franklin Bache. OCLC 10313125.
- Philadelphia Aurora. Philadelphia, PA, USA: William Duane. OCLC 10312981.
- Tagg, James (1991) [1973 (thesis)]. Benjamin Franklin Bache and the Philadelphia Aurora. Philadelphia, PA, USA: University of Pennsylvania Press. ISBN 9780812282559. OCLC 632090888, 645801285 and 23141064.
- "About this Newspaper: The Philadelphia Aurora.". Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. The Library of Congress. Retrieved 2010-05-30.
Title: Bache's Philadelphia aurora. : (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1797-1800
- Rosenfeld, Richard N; William Duane (1998). American Aurora : a Democratic-Republican returns : the suppressed history of our nation's beginnings and the heroic newspaper that tried to report it. New York, NY, USA: St. Martin's Griffin. ISBN 9780312194376. OCLC 40942824. presents a history of this newspaper.
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