List of newspapers in New York

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This is a list of newspapers in New York state. For periodicals specific to New York City, see List of New York City newspapers and magazines.

Daily newspapers[edit]


Weekly and other newspapers[edit]

Defunct[edit]

Albany[edit]

Newspapers published in Albany, New York:

  • The Albany centinel. s.w., July 4, 1797–December 30, 1800+[1]
  • Albany chronicle. w., September 12, 1796–August 21, 1797.[1]
  • Albany chronicle, or, Journal of the times. w., August 28, 1797–April 9, 1798.[1]
  • The Albany gazette.w., November 25, 1771–August 3, 1772.[1]
  • The Albany gazette. w., s.w., May 28, 1784–December 25, 1800+[1]
  • Albany journal, or, The Montgomery, Washington and Columbia intelligencer. s.w., w., January 26, 1788–May 11, 1789.[1]
  • The Albany register. w., s.w., October 13, 1788–December 26, 1800+[1]
  • The New-York gazetteer, or, Northern intelligencer. w., June 3 (?), 1782–May 1, 1784.[1]

Ballston Spa[edit]

Newspapers published in Ballston Spa, New York:

  • Saratoga register, or, Farmer's journal. w., July 1798(?)–1800(?)[1]

Bath[edit]

Newspapers published in Bath, New York:

  • The Bath gazette, and Genesee advertiser. w., December 21, 1796–April 12, 1798.[1]

Brooklyn[edit]

Newspapers published in Brooklyn, New York:

  • The Courier, and Long Island advertiser. w., June 26(?)–July 25, 1799.[1]
  • The Courier, and New-York and Long Island advertiser. w., August 1, 1799–June 26, 1800.[1]
  • The Long Island courier. w., July 3–December 31, 1800+[1]

Buffalo[edit]

Newspapers published in Buffalo, New York:

Catskill[edit]

Newspapers published in Catskill, New York:

  • Catskill packet. w., August 6, 1792–August 2, 1794[1]

Cooperstown[edit]

Newspapers published in Cooperstown, New York:

  • The Otsego herald, or, Western advertiser. w., April 3, 1795–December 25, 1800+[1]

Fishkill[edit]

Newspapers published in Fishkill, New York:

  • The New-York packet, and the American advertiser. w., January 16, 1777–August 28, 1783.[1]

Hudson[edit]

Newspapers published in Hudson, New York:

  • The Hudson weekly gazette. w., April 7, 1785–December 27, 1791.[1]

Kingston[edit]

Newspapers published in Kingston, New York:

  • The Farmer's register. w., September 29, 1792–September 21, 1793.[1]
  • The New-York journal, and the general advertiser. w., July 7–October 13, 1777.[1]
  • Rising sun. w., September 28, 1793–April 28, 1798.[1]
  • Ulster County gazette. w., May 5, 1798–December 27, 1800+[1]

Lansingburgh[edit]

Newspapers published in Lansingburgh, New York:

  • American spy. w., April 8, 1791–February 27, 1798.[1]
  • Tiffany's recorder. w., June (?), 1793–December 2, 1794.[1]

New York[edit]

Newspapers published in New York, New York:

  • American citizen and general advertiser. d., March 10–December 31, 1800+[1]
  • American Minerva; an evening advertiser. d., May 6, 1795–April 30, 1796.[1]
  • American Minerva, and the New-York (evening) advertiser. d., March 20, 1794–May 5, 1795. 1800+[1]
  • The American Minerva, patroness of peace, commerce, and the liberal arts. d., December 9, 1793–March 18, 1794.[1]
  • American Minerva, patroness of peace, commerce, and the liberal arts and the New-York (evening) advertiser. d., March 19, 1794.[1]
  • The American price-current. w., May 1–August 7, 1786.[1]
  • The Argus & Greenleaf's new daily advertiser. d., May 11–15, 1795.[1]
  • The Argus, or, Greenleaf's new daily advertiser. d., May 16, 1795–August 2, 1796.[1]
  • Columbian gazette. w., April 6–June 22, 1799.[1]
  • Columbian gazetteer. s.w., August 22, 1793–November 13, 1794.[1]
  • Commercial Advertiser. d., October 2, 1797–December 31, 1800+[1]
  • The Constitutional gazette. s.w., August 2, 1775–August 28, 1776.[1]
  • The Daily advertiser. d., October 17, 1787–December 30, 1800+[1]
  • The Daily advertiser, political, commercial, and historical. d., September 20–October 21, 1785.[1]
  • The Daily advertiser, political, historical, and commercial. d., October 22, 1785–October 16, 1787.[1]
  • The Diary. d., February 1, 1796–March 18, 1797.[1]
  • Diary and mercantile advertiser. d., March 20, 1797–September 13 (?), 1798.[1]
  • The Diary, & universal advertiser. d., May 1795–January 31, 1796.[1]
  • The Diary, & universal daily advertiser. d., February (?)–May 1795.[1]
  • The Diary, or, Evening register. d., January 1, 1794–February (?), 1795.[1]
  • The Diary, or, Loudon's register. d., February 15, 1792–December 31, 1793.[1]
  • Forlorn hope. w., March 24–September 13, 1800.[1]
  • Gazette Francaise. t.w., March 4, 1796–October 4, 1799.[1]
  • Gazette Francaise et Americaine. t.w., July 6, 1795–March 2, 1796.[1][3]
  • Gazette of the United States. s.w., April 15, 1789–October 13, 1790.[1]
  • Greenleaf's new daily advertiser. d., August 3, 1796–March 8, 1800.[1]
  • Greenleaf's New York journal, & patriotic register. s.w., January 1, 1794–March 8, 1800.[1]
  • The Herald; a gazette for the country. s.w., June 4, 1794–September 30, 1797.[1]
  • The Impartial gazetteer, and Saturday evening's post. w., May 17–September 13, 1788.[1]
  • The Independent gazette, or, The New-York journal revived.w., s.w., December 13, 1783–March 11, 1784.[1]
  • The Independent journal, or, The General advertiser. w., s.w., November 17, 1783–December 24, 1788.[1]
  • The Independent New-York gazette. w., November 22–December 6, 1783.[1]
  • Independent reflector. w., November 30, 1752–November 22, 1753.[1]
  • Loudon's New-York packet. s.w., November 11, 1784–May 13 (?), 1785.[1]
  • Mercantile advertiser. d., November 1798–December 31, 1800+[1]
  • The Minerva, & mercantile evening advertiser. d., May 2, 1796–September 30, 1797.[1]
  • The Morning post, and daily advertiser. d., October 6, 1788–January 2, 1792.[1]
  • Mott and Hurtin's New-York weekly chronicle. w., January 1–April 16, 1795.[1]
  • New-York chronicle. w., s.w., May 8, 1769–January 4, 1770.[1]
  • The New-York daily advertiser. d., March 1–September 19, 1785.[1]
  • New-York daily gazette.d, December 29, 1788–April 26(?), 1795.[1]
  • The New-York evening-post. w., November 26, 1744–December 18, 1752.[1]
  • New-York evening post. t.w., November 17, 1794–May 25, 1795.[1]
  • The New-York Gazette. w., November 8, 1725–November 19, 1744.[1]
  • The New-York gazette. w., August 13, 1759–December 28, 1767.[1]
  • The New-York gazette and general advertiser. d., April 27, 1795–December 26, 1800+[1]
  • The New-York gazette: and the weekly mercury. w., February 1, 1768–November 10 (?), 1783.[1]
  • The New York gazette; and the weekly mercury. w., February1, 1768–September 27, 1773.[1]
  • The New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. w., January 1, 1753–March 12, 1759.[1]
  • The New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. w., May 6, 1762–October 9, 1766.[1]
  • The New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. w., October 16, 1766–August or September 1773.[1]
New-York Gazette, Revived in the Weekly Post-Boy, 1747
  • The New-York gazette, revived in the weekly post boy. w., January 19, 1747–December 25, 1752.[1]
  • The New-York gazetteer; and, public advertiser. s.w., December 18, 1786–August 16, 1787.[1]
  • The New-York gazetteer, and the country journal. w., t.w., s.w., December 3, 1783–August 11, 1786.[1]
  • The New-York journal and daily patriotic register. d., November 19, 1787–July 26, 1788.[1]
  • The New-York journal, & patriotic register. s.w., May 4, 1790–December 28, 1793.[1]
  • The New-York journal, and State gazette. w., Mar 18, 1784–February 10, 1785.[1]
  • New-York journal, and weekly register. w., January 18–November 15, 1787.[1]
  • The New-York journal, and the general advertiser. w., February 17–June 16, 1785.[1]
  • The New-York journal and weekly register. w., July 31, 1788–April 26, 1790.[1]
  • The New-York journal, or, General advertiser. w., October 16, 1766–March 12, 1767.[1]
  • The New-York journal, or, The General advertiser. w., March 19, 1767–August 29, 1776.[1]
  • The New-York journal, or, The Weekly register. w., June 23, 1785–January 11, 1787.[1]
  • The New-York mercury. w., August 3(?), 1752–January 25, 1768.[1]
  • The New-York mercury, or, General advertiser. w., September 3, 1779–August 15, 1783.[1]
  • The New-York morning post. s.w., April 1783–February 1785.[1]
  • The New-York morning post, and daily advertiser. d., February 23, 1785–October 5, 1788.[1]
  • The New-York packet. s.w., t.w., w., May 16, 1785–January 26, 1792.[1]
  • The New York packet. And the American advertiser. w., January 4, 1776–August 29, 1776; November 13, 1783–November 8, 1784.[1]
  • The New-York price-current. w., August 14 (?), 1786–(?).[1]
  • New-York price-current. w., May 25, 1799–December 27, 1800+[1]
  • New-York prices current. w., 1796–June 1797.[1]
  • The New-York weekly chronicle. w., April 23–October 1, 1795.[1]
New York Weekly Journal, 1733; edited by John Peter Zenger[4]
  • The New York Weekly Journal. w., November 5, 1733–March 18(?), 1751.[1]
  • The New-York weekly museum. w., September 20, 1788–May 7, 1791.[1]
  • The New-York weekly post-boy. w., January 3, 1743–January 12, 1747.[1]
  • Oram's New-York price-current, and marine register. w., June 10, 1797–May 18, 1799.[1]
  • Parker's New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. w., March 19, 1759–April 29, 1762.[1]
  • Porcupine's gazette. January 13, 1800.[1]
  • Prisoner of hope. w., s.w., May 3–August 23, 1800.[1]
  • Register of the times. w., June 3, 1796–June 27, 1798.[1]
  • Rivington's New-York gazette, and universal advertiser. s.w., November 22–December 31, 1783.[1]
  • Rivington's New-York gazette, or, The Connecticut, Hudson's River, New-Jersey, and Quebec weekly advertiser. October 4–October 11, 1777.[1]
  • Rivington's New-York gazetteer, or, The Connecticut, Hudson's River, New-Jersey, and Quebec weekly advertiser. w., December 16, 1773–November 23, 1775.[1]
  • Rivington's New-York gazetteer, or, The Connecticut, New-Jersey, Hudson's-River, and Quebec weekly advertiser. w., April 22–December 9, 1773.[1]
  • Rivington's New York loyal gazette. w., October 18–December 6, 1777.[1]
  • The Royal American gazette. w., s.w., January 16, 1777–July 31, 1783.[1]
  • The Royal gazette. w., s.w., December 13, 1777–November 19, 1783.[1]
  • The Spectator. s.w., October 4, 1797–December 31, 1800+[1]
  • Temple of reason. w., November 8–December 31, 1800+[1]
  • The Time piece. t.w., September 15, 1797–August 30, 1798.[1]
  • The Time piece; and literary companion. t.w., March 13–September 13, 1797.[1]
  • Weekly museum. w., May 14, 1791–December 27, 1800+[1]
  • Weymans New-York gazette. w., February 16–August 6, 1759.[1]
  • The Youth's news paper. w., September 30–November 4, 1797.[1]

Poughkeepsie[edit]

Newspapers published in Poughkeepsie, New York:

  • American farmer, and Dutchess County advertiser. w., June 8, 1798–July 22, 1800.[1]
  • The Country journal, and the Poughkeepsie advertiser. w., August 11, 1785–September 23, 1788.[1]
  • The New-York journal, and the general advertiser. w., May 11, 1778–January 6, 1782.[1]
  • The Poughkeepsie journal. w., July 14, 1789–December 30, 1800+[1]

Salem[edit]

Newspapers published in Salem, New York:

  • Northern centinel. w., January 1, 1798–January 21, 1800+[1]
  • Washington patrol. w., May 27–November 18, 1795.[1]

Schenectady[edit]

Newspapers published in Schenectady, New York:

  • Mohawk Mercury. w., December 15, 1794–March 13, 1798.[1]

Troy[edit]

Newspapers published in Troy, New York:

  • Northern budget. w., May 15, 1798–December 31, 1800+[1]
  • The Recorder. w., May 5–December 8, 1795.[1]

See also[edit]

Adjoining states

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Archives & Special Collections: The Courier-Express Newspaper". E. H. Butler Library, SUNY Buffalo State. Retrieved 2018-07-14.
  3. ^ Brigham, Clarence S. (Oct 1917). "Bibliography of American newspapers, 1690-1820: part 8: New York City". Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society. 27 (2): 375–513. Retrieved 2010-10-21.
  4. ^ Steven J. Shaw. Colonial Newspaper Advertising: A Step toward Freedom of the Press. The Business History Review, Vol. 33, No. 3 (Autumn, 1959), pp. 409-420

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