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245 00 $a Political reformer.
260 $a Washington, D.C. ; $a Richmond and Portsmouth, Va. $c Theophilus Fisk,
300 $a v. $c 24 cm.
310 $a Semimonthly, $b <Dec. 22, 1840>-
321 $a Weekly
362 1 $a Began in May 1840. $z Cf. Cappon, L.J. Va. newspapers.
500 $a Editor: Theophilus Fisk.
500 $a Two issues dated July 18, 1840. The first: Vol. 1, no. 10. The second (with Washington and Portsmonth on masthead): Vol. 1, no. 12, (New series, no. 1).
500 $a Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (May 23, 1840).
651 0 $a United States $x Politics and government $y 1837-1841.
651 0 $a Washington (D.C.) $v Newspapers.
651 0 $a Richmond (Va.) $v Newspapers.
651 0 $a Portsmouth (Va.) $v Newspapers.
700 1 $a Fisk, Theophilus, $e ed.
752 $a United States $b District of Columbia $d Washington.
752 $a United States $b Virginia $d Portsmouth.
752 $a United States $b Virginia $d Richmond.