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Microfilm MSA SC M896

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American and Commercial Daily Advertiser
1807/07/01-1807/12/31

This reel of microfilm contains the American and Commercial Daily Advertiser. The pages missing from the microfilm may exist, they just were missing from the copy that was microfilmed. As pages are found they will be added to this site.

We are adding records from microfilm that continue the Early State Records series when we believe they can not be converted to text by Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software. Any records that can be converted to text by OCR will be added to the Archives of Maryland Online (AOMOL).

Source:
American and Commercial Daily Advertiser Collection
MSA SC 3392
1802-1825
Newspaper, American and Commercial Daily Advertiser
Collection History: (Baltimore: William Pechin) The American and Commercial Daily Advertiser began publication in September 1802 and ceased December 31, 1853 [v. 108, no. 17890]. It was published daily, except Sunday. Title history based on September 4, 1802 [v. 5, no. 1034]. It was also published as the American & Commerical Daily Advertiser, July 2, 1810-1853. Other editions include the American and Commercial Daily Advertiser (Baltimore: 1826). The newspaper continues the American and Daily Advertiser (Baltimore: 1799), absorbed the Baltimore Whig (Baltimore: 1810), and was continued by the American and Commerical Advertiser (Baltimore: 1854).

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