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Der Weltbothe, und unpartheyische Libanoner Wochenschrift. [volume] (Lebanon, Pa.) 1809-1810
Der Weltbothe, und wahre Republikaner von Berks Caunty. [volume] (Reading [Pa.]) 1810-1814
Der Weltbürger & Buffalo Demokrat. ([Buffalo, N.Y.]) 1853-1891
West Galway reporter. (West Galway, N.Y.) 185?-????
The West Indian. (Bellerose, N.Y.) 2003-current
The West Jerseyman. (Camden, N.J.) 1847-1859
West Seneca bulletin. (West Seneca, N.Y.) 1904-1909
The West Side spirit. (New York, N.Y.) 1985-current
West Texas free press. (San Marcos, Tex.) 1874-1877
West Troy advocate and Watervliet advertiser. (West Troy, [N.Y.]) 1837-1856
The West Troy advocate. (West Troy [N.Y.) 1856-1???
Westchester & Putnam gazette. (Peekskill, N.Y.) 181?-181?
Westchester & Putnam republican. (Peekskill, N.Y.) 1833-1844
Westchester & Putnam sentinel. (Peekskill, N.Y.) 1830-1833
Westchester herald and Putnam gazette. (Mount Pleasant [i.e. Ossining], N.Y.) 1830-1833
Westchester herald, and farmers' register. (Mount-Pleasant [N.Y.]) 1818-1818
Westchester herald. (Mount Pleasant, Village of Sing Sing [N.Y.]) 1834-1857
Westchester herald. (Mount-Pleasant, in the village of Sing-Sing, N.Y.) 1818-1829
The Westchester independent. (Westchester, N.Y.) 1885-18??
Westchester Jewish life. (Pelham, N.Y.) 199?-current
The Westchester observer. (Mount Vernon, NY) 19??-????
Westchester senior news. (Pelham, N.Y.) 199?-current
The Westchester times and the New York people. (New York) 1886-1891
Westchester union. (New York [N.Y.]) 1872-1876
Western American. (Williamsburgh, Ohio) 1814-1816
The western Argus. (Westfield [N.Y.]) 1857-185?
The Western argus. (Lyons, N.Y.) 1841-1849
The western argus. (Lyons, N.Y.) 1830-1837
The Western atlas. (Phelps, N.Y.) 1845-1855
The Western banner, and weekly record of religion, literature, arts, science, agriculture and public occurrences. (Auburn, N.Y.) 1835-18??
Western Carolinian. (Salisbury, N.C.) 1820-1844
The Western Christian advocate. (Cincinnati, Ohio) 1834-1929
The Western Christian. (Chicago [Ill.]) 1845-18??
Western constellation. (Catskill, N.Y.) 1800-1804
Western courier. (Charleston, Va. [W. Va.]) 1822-1826
Western Democrat and literary inquirer. (Fredonia, Chaut. Co., N.Y.) 1834-1836
The western echo. (Utica, N.Y.) 187?-1???
Western express. (Carthage, Tenn.) 1808-1809
Western farmer, and repository of literature and science. (Westfield, Chatauqua Co. N.Y.) 1835-18??
Western farmer. (Palmyra, N.Y.) 1821-1822
The Western federalist. (Auburn, N.Y.) 1809-18??
Western Hampden times. (Westfield, Mass.) 1869-1874
The Western Hemisphere. (Columbus, Ohio) 1833-1837
Western intelligencer. (Forestville, N.Y.) 1833-1833
The western luminary. (Lexington, Ky.) 1824-1835
The western monitor. (Lexington [Ky.]) 1814-1825
Western monitor. (Fayette, Mo.) 182?-1837
Western New-Yorker. (Perry, N.Y.) 1841-current
Western patriot and Republican. (Quincy, Ill.) 185?-18??
Western pilot. (Rogersville, Tenn.) 1814-1815