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Title:
Sentinel of freedom. : (Newark, N.J.) 1832-1913
Alternative Titles:
  • Newark sentinel
  • Sentinel of freedom, and Newark weekly advertiser
Place of publication:
Newark, N.J.
Geographic coverage:
  • Newark, Essex, New Jersey  |  View more titles from this: City County, State
Publisher:
[George Bush & Co.]
Dates of publication:
1832-1913
Description:
  • Ceased in Dec. 1913?
  • Vol. 37, no. 1 (Sept. 18, 1832)-
Frequency:
Weekly
Language:
  • English
Notes:
  • Daily editions called, respectively: Newark daily advertiser (Newark, N.J. : 1832); Newark advertiser; Evening star and Newark advertiser; Star and Newark advertiser (Morning ed.); Newark star; Newark star and Newark advertiser; and: Newark evening star and Newark advertiser.
  • Published as: Sentinel of freedom, and Newark weekly advertiser, Mar. 26-Dec. 3, 1833.
  • Publishers: George Bush & Co., 1832-1833; James B. Pinneo & Co., 1833-1835; J.E. Huntington & Co., 1835-1836; Tuttle, Harrison & Co., 1836-1837; M.S. Harrison & Co., 1838-1841; William Burnet Kinney, 1841-1861; William B. & Thomas T. Kinney, 1861-<1878>; Thomas T. Kinney, <1881-1889>.
LCCN:
sn 84026532
OCLC:
10479372
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