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Title:
The Weekly telegraph. : (Houston, Tex.) 185?-1877
Alternative Titles:
  • Houston telegraph
  • Houston weekly telegraph
  • Weekly Houston telegraph
Place of publication:
Houston, Tex.
Geographic coverage:
  • Houston, Harris, Texas  |  View more titles from this: City County, State
Publisher:
Allen & Brocket
Dates of publication:
185?-1877
Description:
  • Ceased Feb. 11, 1877?
Frequency:
Weekly (Semiweekly during sessions of the legislature)
Language:
  • English
Notes:
  • Also issued on microfilm from Microfilm Center, Inc.; Univ. of Texas.
  • Description based on: Vol. 12, no. 15 (June 25, 1856).
  • Publishers: E.H. Cushing, 1855-1866; C.C. Gillespie, 1866-1867; J.C. Tracy, 1867-1869; W.G. Webb, 1869-1874; A.C. Gray, 1875-1877.
  • Sometimes called: Houston telegraph, Weekly Houston telegraph, and Houston weekly telegraph.
LCCN:
sn 85033848
OCLC:
12290688
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