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Norristown free press. (Norristown, Pa.) 1829-1837
Northampton farmer. (Easton, Penn.) 1835-1835
Northampton Whig. (Easton, Pa.) 1830-1835
The Pennsylvania gazette. [volume] (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1782-1815
The Pennsylvania gazette. [volume] (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1729-1778
The Pennsylvania packet, and daily advertiser. (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1784-1790
The Pennsylvanian. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1832-1855
The Pennsylvanian. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1832-1855
The Philadelphia gazette & daily advertiser. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1800-1802
The Philadelphia inquirer. (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1969-current
The plaindealer. (Lancaster [Pa.]) 1840-1844
Providence daily journal. (Providence [R.I.]) 1830-1920
Public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1836-1925
Der Readinger Adler. [volume] (Reading [Pa.]) 1801-1854
Record of the times, and Wilkes-Barre advocate. (Wilkes-Barre, Pa.) 1853-1865
Die Reformirte Kirchen-Zeitung. [volume] (Chambersburg, Pa.) 1848-18??
Relfs Philadelphia gazette, and daily advertiser. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1803-1823
Republican standard, and Downingtown journal. (Downingtown, Pa.) 1835-1836
The Salem gazette. [volume] (Salem [Mass.]) 1790-1892
Salem register. [volume] (Salem, Massachussetts) 1841-1903
United States' telegraph. (Washington City [D.C.]) 1826-1837
The Universal instructor in all arts and sciences: and Pennsylvania gazette. [volume] (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1728-1729
The Village voice. [volume] (Greenwich Village, N.Y.) 1955-2017
Voice of the Democracy. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1843-18??
The Wall Street journal. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1959-current
Washington federalist. ([Georgetown, D.C.]) 1800-1809
The Washington post. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1974-current
The world. (New-York [N.Y.]) 1860-1893