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Russell, John (1764?-1831) Boston gazette. [Vol. 17, no. 42 (Jan. 21, 1805) - v. 19, no. 35 (Dec. 30 1805)]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC03379 Author/Creator: Russell, John (1764?-1831) Place Written: Boston, Massachusetts Type: Newspaper Date: 21 January 1805 - 30 December 1805 Pagination: 1 v. : 372 p. : 49.5 x 35.3 cm.

Summary of Content: In addition to regular news items like reports from the American states, the Massachusetts legislature, the Congress of the United States, and foreign intelligence, the newspaper features articles on the nomination and re-election of Governor Caleb Strong, the trial of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Chase, the valedictory address of Aaron Burr who was not re-nominated for vice president, peace with Tripoli, the annual message of President Jefferson, and the death of Lord Nelson. Ninety three issues are bound in all. The following issues are missing: 14 March, 6 June, 13 June, 11 July, 26 September, 4 November, and 5 December. Issues from 21 February and 18 April are bound out of order. The paper was published by Russell and Cutler from 1803-1816.

People: Russell, John, 1764?-1831
Cutler, James, 1774-1818

Historical Era: The New Nation, 1783-1815

Subjects: Government and CivicsCongressGlobal History and US Foreign PolicyGlobal History and US Foreign PolicyElectionPoliticsImpeachmentJudiciaryLawVice PresidentBarbary CoastBarbary PiratesBarbary WarsAfricaPeaceTreatyNavyDeathPresidentPresidential Speeches and Proclamations

Sub Era: The Age of Jefferson & Madison

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