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About The New-Yorker [microform]. (New-York, N.Y.) 1836-1841
New-York, N.Y. (1836-1841)
The New-Yorker [microform]. : (New-York, N.Y.) 1836-1841
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- Place of publication:
- New-York, N.Y.
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- H. Greeley & Co.
- Dates of publication:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 26, 1836)-v. 11, no. 26 (Sept. 11, 1841).
- New York (N.Y.)--Newspapers.
- New York (State)--New York County.--fast--(OCoLC)fst01234953
- New York (State)--New York.--fast--(OCoLC)fst01204333
- New York County (N.Y.)--Newspapers.
- Editors: 1836-1841, H. Greeley (with P. Benjamin, Mar.?-Oct. 1839).
- Merged with: New-Yorker (1834); to form: New-York weekly tribune.
- Selecting much of the literature from other magazines, Horace Greeley founded the New-Yorker. Two editions of the Whiggish paper were circulated. One was a folio which began in 1834 and the second was a quarto edition begun in 1836. Greeley was assisted for a time by R. Griswold, Park Benjamin, and Henry Ware. In the last weekly issue, September 11, 1841, the subscribers were advised that the New-Yorker would be replaced by the New York Weekly Tribune. Since the Tribune was to be a Whig political paper, subscribers could choose between it, the New World which was another literary weekly, or have their money refunded. Cf. American periodicals, 1741-1900.
- Title from caption.
- sf 88093236
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