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About The Columbian herald, or, The Independent courier of North-America. (Charleston, S.C.) 1785-1792
Charleston, S.C. (1785-1792)
The Columbian herald, or, The Independent courier of North-America. : (Charleston, S.C.) 1785-1792
- Alternative Titles:
Independent courier of North-America
- Place of publication:
- Charleston, S.C.
- Geographic coverage:
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- Printed by T.B. Bowen & J. Markland
- Dates of publication:
Ceased in 1792.
No. 127 (Nov. 24, 1785)-
- Charleston (S.C.)--Newspapers.
- Charleston County (S.C.)--Newspapers.
- "That the LIBERTY of the PRESS be inviolably preserved--Constitution of South-Carolina."
- Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp.
- Brigham, C.S. Early American Newspapers
- Continued by: Columbian herald & daily advertiser.
- Imprint varies: Printed by Bowen, Vandle & Andrews, 1786-1787; Printed by Bowen & Co., <1788>; Printed by T.B. Bowen, <1789>-1792.
- Masthead ornament: Portrait of George Washington.
- Title varies slightly.
- sn 84026942
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