Boston Weekly Messenger
The Boston Weekly Messenger (1811-1861) was a newspaper in Boston, Massachusetts, in the 19th century. Publishers/editors included James Cutler and Nathan Hale. It began as "a political journal, established in 1811 by a company of young federalists, chief among whom was John Lowell." It consisted "largely of current news taken from the Boston Daily Advertiser;" the two papers shared an office at no.6 Congress Street.
- The Weekly Messenger, 1811-1815
- Boston Weekly Messenger, 1815-1832, 1833-1861
- Boston Weekly Messenger and Massachusetts Journal, 1832-1833
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