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New-York Mirror, The

1834

Bound volume of this smaller-size weekly newspaper (approx. 10" x 13.5" page size) containing 8 page issues from Vol. XI No. 39 (3/29/1834) to Vol. XII No. 52. "A Weekly Journal, Devoted to Literature and the Fine Arts" - approx. 64 issues and approx. 512 pages, and index for Vol. XII. Includes the following steel engraving/plates: New York From Brooklyn Heights, Delaware Water Gap, George H. Hill - Comedian, Washington's Headquarters at Newburgh NY, Evening - A Scene in the Highlands NY. Marbeled boards, leather spine and corners. Condition - Good - a nice tight copy, minimal foxing, 1 torn page, and one tear at the edge of one print

$175.00

Public Ledger (Phila.)

3/25/1836

(REPRINT). Vol. 1 No. 1 edition – Good – 2 copies

$10.00

The Keystone (Harrisburg PA)

9/6/1837

Letters from the West (Michigan). 4 pages – Good, some holes

$10.00

Pennsylvania Inquirer

11/14/1837

4 pages. Predecessor to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Good – a number of small fold tears

$10.00

The Keystone (Harrisburg PA)

11/15/1837

Mr. Ingersoll’s Speech on the Judiciary. 4 pages – Good

$10.00

The Keystone (Harrisburg PA)

12/16/1837

PA Sec’t. of Treasury Report – 4 pages – Good

$10.00

The New Yorker

1838 Issues

Small page-size weekly published by Horace Greeley (prior to The New York Tribune). 8 or 16 pages each. 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24. – Good, from a bound volume

$12.50 ea.

 

1839 Issues

2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 2/23, 4/6, 4/20, 4/27, 5/11 – Good, from a bound volume

$12.50 ea.

Lancaster (PA) Examiner and Herald

11/22/1838

4 pages – Fair/Good, torn section from bottom of 1st page, other tears

$7.50

The Keystone (Harrisburg PA)

1839 Issues

3/27, 4/10 – 4 pages each – Good

$10.00 ea.

 

The Keystone

1/8/1840

4 pages, with PA Governor’s Message reprinted on page 1. Good

$10.00

Shipping and Commercial List (New York)

5/2/1840

4 pages. Good

$10.00

The Age (Lancaster Pa)

10/17/1840

Vol. 1, No. 1 issue – 4 pages, primarily religious and temperance articles – Fair/Good – small fold tears, small stains.

$15.00

Shipping and Commercial List (New York)

10/27/1841

4 pages. Good

$10.00

The Age (Lancaster and West Chester P)

7/30/1842

4 pages. Good, foxing, stains

$10.00

  Hingham (Mass.) Patriot

8/11/1843

4 pages. Good

$10.00

Pennsylvanian, The (Phila.)

1849 issues

4 pages – 3/24 , 4/21– Good

$10.00 ea.

Olive Branch (Boston)

12//22/1849

4 page family paper – Good

$7.50

 

Pennsylvanian, The (Phila.)

1850 issues

Each 4 pages 2/2, 2/16, 2/23, 3/2, 3/16, 4/13, 4/16, 4/27, 5/11, 5/25, 7/20, 7/27, 8/10 – Good

$10.00 ea.

Olive Branch (Boston)

9/14/1850

4 page family paper – Good

$7.50

Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion

4/12/1851

Vol. 1 No. 3 issue, published in Boston. 8 pages, with a number of woodcut illustrations. Good, edge tears

$25.00

The Jacksonian (Baltimore MD)

5/31/1851

4 pages, Vol. 2 No. 4 issue – Good, tears

$12.50

Olive Branch (Boston)

9/13/1851

4 page family paper – Good

$7.50

Pennsylvanian, The (Phila.)

10/18/1851

4 pages – Fair/Good, edge chipping

$7.50

Olive Branch (Boston)

12/27/1851

4 page family paper – Good

$7.50

New York Daily Tribune

8/7/1852

Outer 4 of 8 pages only – Good

$6.00

New York Evening Post

8/10/1854

Our Relations with Spain - Presidential Statement, Murder at the St. Nicholas Hotel, Brooklyn Tragedy, Chapters from Dicken's "Hard Times" – 4 pages – Good

$10.00

New York Daily Tribune

12/21/1854

Fire in New York City Assembly Rooms, "Temperance Jubliee",  2 columns on Nicaragua, Mexico – Good, water stain

$7.50

New York Daily Tribune

1/27/1855

8 pages, uncut. Congressional Reports, Mass. Anti-Slavery Society, Trial by Jury, Justice in Brooklyn, Kansas and Slavery – Good

$15.00

New York Observer

6/14/1855

4 pages – Religious Section – Good

$5.00

New York Observer

4/24/1856

Published by Sidney Morse – Sidney Edwards Morse was also an accomplished scientist and inventor, collaborating with Samuel on a pump design, working with Henry Munson in the development of a color printing process, and inventing the bathometer for sea exploration. He continued Jedediah Morse's geographical work and, at his father's suggestion, furthered the cause of conservative Protestantism by establishing religious newspapers in Boston and New York. All uncut – ½ religious, ½ Secular content,  each 8 pages.  Good to VG. Available – 5/1/1856, 5/29/1856, 6/12/1856, 7/3/1856, 7/24/1856, 8/14/1856, 8/21/1856, 10/2/1856, 11/6/1856 – more issues listed individually below.

$10.00 ea.

Ladies’ Enterprise (Boston)

4/5/1856

Weekly Women’s newspaper. Vol. 3 No. 14, 8 pages – Good

$15.00

New York Semi-Weekly Tribune

10/21/1856

"Campaign Edition" - reports on the Presidential Campaign between James Buchanan and John C Fremont (whom the paper endorsed). Many columns ofn Fremont. Also: Reports from Nicaragua, French RR Fraud, Large Fire in Philadelphia, The Kansas Emigrants by L. Maria Child, Visit to New Brunswick, Cotton Manufacture in Brazil, Visit to the Lackawanna Coalfields, Appeal of the Leavenworth Sufferers, Kansas. 8 pages – G/VG

$15.00

Dollar Weekly Pennsylvania

1/3/1857

Published in Phila. 4 pages – Good, edge tears

$10.00

New York Daily Tribune

3/3/1857

8 page uncut paper. St. Davids Benevolent Society, Career of a New York Lady-killer, NY politics reports, California Politics, Report from Nebraska – Good

$10.00

New York Daily Tribune

3/4/1857

8 page uncut paper. Mr. Sumner in the Senate, Bloodshed in Kansas, The Burdell Marriage, Havana – Fair/Good

$7.50

New York Daily Tribune

3/11/1857

8 page uncut paper. Emancipation in Missouri speech, Southern States of the North American Union, Commercial Matters – Fair/Good

$7.50

New York Daily Tribune

3/16/1857

8 page uncut paper – Good

$7.50

New York Daily Tribune

3/20/1857

8 page uncut paper. Academy of Music in Philadelphia (just opened - 2 columns), Canal Tolls, Thunderstorms, Letter on Education of Colored People – Good

$10.00

Christian Freeman Family Visitor (Boston)

6/12/1857

4 pages – Good

$10.00

The Child’s Paper

October, 1857

American Tract Society, small-size 4 page monthly – Good

$7.50

New York Daily Tribune

10/1/1857

8 pages uncut. Steam Boiler Explosion, Race Track, PA Agriculture Fair – good, water stain

$7.50

New York Ledger, The

1858 Issues

Weekly illustrated fiction newspaper from NYC. 8 pages each. 1/9, 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13, 2/20, 2/27, 3/6, 3/13, 3/20, 3/27, 4/3, 4/10, 4/24, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 6/19, 7/16 – Good

$10.00 ea.

New York Daily Tribune

8/5/1858

Canada vs. US Cricket Match, Washington Reports, Williamsburg in Arms, Accident on Housatonic Railroad – Good, water stain

$7.50

The Pennsylvanian

5/21/1859

4 pages – Good

$10.00

 

The Weekly Press (Phila.)

1860 Issues

8/4, 9/1, 9/15, 9/22 – 8 pages each – Good to G/VG

$10.00 ea.

New York Ledger, The

1860 Issues

Weekly illustrated fiction newspaper from NYC. 8 pages each. 4/28, 6/16, 7/7 – Good

$10.00 ea.

Dollar Weekly Pennsylvanian (Phila.)

1/28/1860

“Adam Bede” by George Elliot serial on page 1, portrait of Charles Ritter also on page 1. 4 pages – Good

$15.00

Moore’s Rural New Yorker

5/18/1861

Horseback Riding for Ladies, with illus. on page 1. 8 pages – Good, stains, removed from a bound volume

$10.00

Moore’s Rural New Yorker

5/25/1861

Horseback Riding for Ladies, with illus. on page 1. 8 pages – Good, stains, removed from a bound volume

$10.00

Weekly Journal of Commerce (NYC)

1/9/1862

8 pages – Good

$12.50

Boston Daily Journal

5/5/1862

4 pages – local and Civil War news – Good, center tear

$15.00

 

Philadelphia Inquirer

2/27/1866

8 pages, uncut. Restoration of the South - Views of President Johnson, Railroad Controversy, From Fortress Monroe, Cabinet and the Veto, Rebel Debt – G/VG – 3” tear

$15.00

Philadelphia Inquirer

6/29/1866

8 pages, uncut. Princeton Commencement, Congress reports, Honors to the Rebel Dead, Short report on the victory of the Phila. Athletics Baseball, History of PA in the War, Letters from San Francisco – G/VG

$15.00

Philadelphia Inquirer

8/2/1866

8 pages, uncut. Phila. Conventions, General Grant's New Staff, Sheridan's Opinion of New Orleans Riot, European News, St. Lawrence Cable – Fair/Good – large piece of 2 pages missing.

$10.00

New York Weekly Tribune

11/28/1866

Condition of the South, Equal Rights Convention – Fair

$5.00

New York Weekly Tribune

12/26/1866

8 page uncut paper from NYC. Tax on Cotton, 2500 More Out of Work, General Sheridan's Explanation, Transatlantic Steamships, Letter from Mr. Greeley from Davenport Iowa, Paris Exhibition, Buffalo Hunt on the Union Pacific Railroad – Fair/Good, edge tears, stains

$10.00

Methodist Home Journal

1867 Issues

Publ. in Phila. 3/2, 3/9 (Vol. 1 Nos. 9 & 10), 8/24. 8 pages uncut – Good

$10.00 ea.

Philadelphia Inquirer

3/30/1867

8 pages, uncut. Francis Joseph as King of Hungary, Changes in Army/Navy, State Legislation, The Impeachment – Good

$10.00

The World (New York)

4/24/1867

Reconstruction articles. 4 pages, uncut. G/VG

$10.00

Philadelphia Inquirer

5/4/1867

8 pages, uncut. Fortress Monroe, 8 Hour Movement, Withdrawal of Gladstone, Baltimore Convention Elects Blacks, The Japanese Commission – Good

$10.00

Saturday Night

8/31/1867

Fiction newspaper. 8 pages – Fair/Good, tears

$7.50

New York Observer

1/23/1868

Letters from the Alahmbra, The Human Voice, Climate of California, Railway Safety, the Pope – Good

$7.50

Lancaster (PA) Inquirer

2/15/1868

4 pages – Fair/Good, tears

$7.50

New York Observer

5/14/1868

8 pages, uncut. Letters from the Alahambra, Books, Suicides Increasing, Liberalism and Crime, Horse Racing – G/VG

$10.00

Lancaster PA Inquirer

5/9/1868

4 pages – Good

10.00

Methodist Home Journal

9/12/1868

8 pages – Godo

$10.00

New York Observer

9/17/1868

8 pages – Good – water stain across paper

$7.50

New York Observer

1/7/1869

8 pages, uncut. Paralysis, Letters from Russia - A Sunday in Moscow, Sinai and the Pyramid – Good

$10.00

Commercial Exchange and Medical Review

11/8/1869

Published in Lancaster PA, Vol. 1 No. 4, 4 pages – G/VG

$12.50

Cincinnati Weekly Times

12/2/1869

Family Paper (Nice masthead) – 4 lg. Pages – G/VG

$10.00

 

Saturday Night

1/1/1870

Illustrated fiction, articles. 8 pages, uncut – Good, some edge tears

$7.50

The Foreign Missionary

November, 1870

Small-size, 4-page, illustrated religious monthly, published in NY – G/VG

$7.50

New York Observer

5/11/1871

8 pages, uncut. Letter from the South (Augusta Georgia ), Railway Travel in India, War in France, American Museum of Natural History (NY) – Good

$10.00

New York Observer

5/18/1871

8 pages, uncut. Northern Christians Helping the Southern, Letters on India - The Holy City of the Hindoos, Letters from the South – Good

$10.00

The Pennsylvanian & Real Estate Journal (Lancaster PA)

5/18/1871

8 pages, uncut – Good

$12.50

Cincinnati Weekly Times

8/10/1871

Family Paper – 4 lg. Pages. Good

$10.00

New York Weekly Times

5/15/1872

8 pages, uncut – Good

$7.50

The (Phila.) Press

9/21/1872

8 pages – from bound volume. The Ambition of Greeley, Father Burke Lecture – Good

$7.50

Vidette of Camp 73, PA (Cressona PA)

12/14-18, 1872

4 page program from the Odd Fellows Hall, local ads – Good

$10.00

Public Ledger (Phila.)

12/21/1872

4 pages, Good, torn front page

$7.50

Evening Telegraph (Phila.)

7/22/1873

Shah in France, Cable News, etc. – 8 pages, uncut – Good

$10.00

Delaware County Republican (Chester PA)

11/28/1873

4 pages – G/VG

$12.50

Delaware County Republican (Chester PA)

12/19/1873

With 2 columns of Chester History, article on Mormonism - 4 pages – G/VG

$15.00

The Daily Graphic (NYC)

1/6/1874

Landmark “Illustrated Evening Newspaper”. “A Study of Idiots” illus. on front page. 8 pages, uncut – complete – G/VG

$15.00

Delaware County Republican (Chester PA)

1/9/1874

4 pages – Good

$10.00

New York Tribune

1/30/1874

8 pages, uncut. The Cuban Insurrection, Dr. Livington's Death Confirmed, The Stationary Scandal, Full-page lecture on The Moon with illustrations – G/VG

$10.00

New York Tribune

2/3/1874

8 pages, uncut. Indian Policy, The Louisiana Case, British Elections, full-page lecture on Stars, Railway Interests, Daring Train Robbery, Crime – G/VG

$10.00

New York Tribune

3/6/1874

8 pages, uncut. Questions, Improving the Mississippi, Custom House Spies, The Polaris Voyage, British Elections – G/VG

$10.00

The Daily Graphic (NYC)

3/16/1874

Landmark “Illustrated Evening Newspaper”. “Vacant Chair in the US Senate” (Death of Charles Sumner  - Double page of additional illus within). 8 pages, uncut – complete – G/VG

$15.00

New York Tribune

3/27/1874

8 pages, uncut. Inflation Condemned, NY City News, Sanborn Contract Frauds, Civil Service Reform, Installment of Victor Hugo's "Ninety-Three" – G/VG

$10.00

The Daily Graphic (NYC)

8/22/1874

Landmark “Illustrated Evening Newspaper”. “The Beecher-Tilton Scandal” – with facsimiles of letters on all 16 pages within. Complete – G/VG

$15.00

Lancaster Daily Examiner

8/22/1874

4 pages. Good, tears

$10.00

The Daily Graphic (NYC)

9/11/1874

Landmark “Illustrated Evening Newspaper”. Front page portrait of Francis Moulton – regarding The Beecher-Tilton Scandal – with facsimiles of letters on some inside pages, and supplement on same.  16 pages, complete  – G/VG

$15.00

Delaware County Republican (Chester PA)

3/5/1875

4 pages – G/VG

$12.50

The Monitor (Mallet Creek, Ohio)

Sept. 1875

Small size monthly for teachers & students. 8 pages. Good, stained

$7.50

 

Boston Weekly Globe

1876 Issues

8 pages each – 9/6, 10/18, 12/27 – Good to G/VG

$12.50 ea.

Daily Evening Express (Lancaster PA)

4/24/1876

4 pages – Good

$10.00

Oxford (PA) Press

5/24/1876

4 pages – Good

$10.00

The Laramie (Wyoming) News

?, 1876

4 page illus. paper – many Lottery promotions within, front page illus. from the Centennial Exhibition – Good, some edge tears

$25.00

New York Herald

8/2/1876

Impeachment vote in the Senate of W.W. Belknap, Windsor Howe 100th Anniversary, International News, Georgia Democrats, Racing at Saratoga Reports (& other races). 8 pages, torn section in middle

$7.50

New York Ledger, The

9/2/1876

Weekly illustrated fiction newspaper from NYC. 8 pages – Good, fold tears

$7.50

Grocer’s Price Current and Produce Reporter

9/30/1876

Small-size trade weekly. 8 pages – G/VG

$10.00

Weekly Express (Lancaster PA)

11/25/1876

Large page-size Family newspaper. 4 pages – Good

$10.00

Sabbath School Visitor

12/1/1876

Small page-size, illus. weekly. “Hunters of the North” with illus. on page 1. 4 pages – G/VG

$7.50

Phila. Evening Herald

2/15/1877

Latest Doings at Washington, Sporting Events, Boys Central High School Commencement. 4 pages – Good, edge tears

$10.00

Weekly New Era (Lancaster PA)

6/1/1878

Prohibition Nominations, Politics. 8 pages, uncut – Good.

$10.00

Daily Local News (West Chester PA)

6/20/1878

Valley Forge Centennial Celebration edition. 4 pages, split (removed from bound volume) – Good

$15.00

Philadelphia Inquirer

10/1/1878

“The Work of Death” – Yellow Fever deaths. 8 pages – Good

$15.00

The Times (Phila.)

1/21/1879

“Inauguration Day” reports – Penna. Governor at Harrisburg. 4 pages – Good

$10.00

The Times (Phila.)

2/8/1879

4 pages. World Champion at Billiards,  The State’s Salons, etc. – Good, edge tears

$10.00

Farm & Fireside

3/1/1879

Published at Springfield Ohio. 8 pages, uncut – G/VG

$10.00

Trifet’s Monthly

August, 1879

Small-page size paper published at Boston. 8 pages, Bret Harte poem on page 1 – Good

$12.50

Delaware County Republican (Chester PA)

8/22/1979

4 pages – Good

$10.00

 

Democratic Watchman (Bellefonte PA)

8/13/1880

8 pages – Fair/Good, stains

$6.00

Weekly World (New York)

4/20/1881

Various news – 8 pages, uncut – Good

$10.00

The Daily Graphic (NYC)

5/20/1881

Landmark “Illustrated Evening Newspaper”. Garfield Political Cartoon on front page. 8 pages – Good, some edge stains.

$15.00

Daily Pottstown (PA) Ledger

7/7/1881

“Cheerful News! Favorable Condition of President Garfield” report – 4 pages – Fair/Good, taped

$7.50

Daily New Era (Lancaster PA)

9/13/1881

“The President” – Recovering from Gunshot wound. 4 pages – Good

$10.00

Reading (PA) Times and Dispatch

9/19/1881

“Great Anxiety – Unfavorable Condition of the President”. 4 pages. Good

$10.00

Reading (PA) Times and Dispatch

9/22/1881

“The Obsequies”. 4 pages, Good, edge tears

$10.00

Reading (PA) Times and Dispatch

9/23/1881

“The Noble Dead – The Body Lying in State”. 4 pages, Good, edge tears

$10.00

Daily New Era (Lancaster PA)

9/23/1881

“Our National Sorrow”, “The Last Sad Look” – 4 pages, Fair/Good, chipping

$10.00

New York World – Weekly Edition (New York NY)

1882 Issues

1/11, 7/26, 10/25 - Various News – 8 pages – Good, edge tears

$7.50 ea.

Home and Farm

3/1/1882

Published at Louisville KY. 8 pages – Good

$10.00

Democratic Watchman (Bellefonte PA)

5/19/1882

8 pages – Good

$7.50

Weekly New Era (Lancaster PA)

5/27/1882

4 pages – Good, edge tears

$7.50

Independent Republican

9/19/1882

1 sheet memorial to James Garfield. Fair, tears

$7.50

Daily New Era (Lancaster PA)

1883 Issues

4 pages each – 8/28, 12/31 – Good

$7.50 ea.

Democratic Watchman (Bellefonte PA)

3/9/1883

8 pages – Good

$7.50

Daily New Era (Lancaster PA)

1884 Issues

1/15, 2/29, 7/22 – Good

$7.50 ea.

Democratic Watchman (Bellefonte PA)

4/11/1884

8 pages – Good

$7.50

Lutheran Observer, The

5/30/1884

Phila. Publication. 8 pages uncut – Good, tears

$7.50

Weekly New Era (Lancaster PA)

7/12/1884

4 pages – Good, edge tears

$7.50

The Daily Graphic (NYC)

12/16/1884

Landmark “Illustrated Evening Newspaper. “Monopoly vs. Commerce” front page cartoon. 8 pages – Good.

$15.00

Weekly New Era (Lancaster PA)

4/25/1885

4 pages – Good, edge tears

$7.50

Germantown Evening Eagle

6/9/1885

Germantown, Phila., PA. 4 pages – Good

$10.00

New York Ledger, The

8/22/1885

8 page fiction newspaper – Good

$12.50

The Farmer’s Call

11/28/1885

Published at Quincy Mass, 8 pages. Good, uncut

$10.00

Delaware County (PA) Republican

2/19/1886

8 pages – Good, some fold tears

$10.00

The Agricultural Progress

8/1/1886

8 page uncut paper. Lead article "A Plea For Scientific Agriculture". Great Agrarian mast-head! G/VG

$10.00

The Interior (Chicago)

12/16/1886

8 pages – Good

$7.50

Family Fiction

1/15/1887

Smaller-size Washington DC weekly. 8 pages – Good

$7.50

Indiana Farmer (Indianapolis IN)

11/12/1887

“Weekly Journal of the Farm, Home and Garden”. 16 pages – Good

$10.00

Philadelphia Record, The

12/23/1887

4 pages – Fair/Good, chipping

$7.50

Philadelphia Record, The

12/24/1887

8 pages – Good

$10.00

Philadelphia Record, The

12/26/1887

4 pages – Good

$10.00

Pittsburg Press, The

2/13/1888

8 pages. “Dark Horse Jubilee Day” – Good

$7.50

Chester (PA) Evening News

5/3/1888

4 pages – Good

$7.50

Philadelphia Inquirer

7/14/1888

8 page uncut paper – G/VG

$10.00

York (PA) Gazette

11/9/1888

“The Vote of York County” results. 4 pages – Fair/Good, edge tears

$7.50

The Philadelphia Press

6/2/1889

"DEATH'S VALLEY", with Map of the Upper Conemaugh Valley. Front and back pages only - Fair/Good

$10.00

The Philadelphia Press

6/4/1889

"LEGIONS OF DEAD - THE BRIDGE OF DEATH". 8 pages, with illustrations. Fair/Good

$12.50

 

Cincinnati (OH) Weekly Enquirer

2/18/1891

Death of General Sherman – front and last pages of 8 published (1/2, 7/8) – Good

$7.50

Weekly New Era (Lancaster PA)

6/29/1891

4 pages – Good

$7.50

Daily Local News (West Chester Pa)

10/3/1891

List of 566 State Normal School Students. 4 pages. Good – browning, tears

$10.00

Harvard Crimson, The (Cambridge Mass.)

5/31/1892

“Another Victory” – Harvard Defeated Princeton 9 to 4. Photo of Baseball team on page 1. 4 pages – Fair/Good, fold tears

$20.00

Montgomery Ledger (Pottstown PA)

7/5/1892

Family Newspaper. 4 large pages – Good

$7.50

Lancaster Intelligencer

7/17/1993

“The Murdered Kreider Family”, with illus. – 4 pages – Fair/Good, chipping, tears

$10.00

Farmers’ Friend and Grange Advocate (Mechanicsburg pA)

9/16/1893

4 pages – Good

$10.00

Philadelphia Public Ledger

12/22/1893

Honors to President Harrison. 16 pages – Good, chipping

$7.50

Carlisle (PA) Weekly Herald

10/18/1894

Misc. reports, including a lynching in Lexington Kentucky. 4 large pages – Fair/Good, tears

$7.50

Pennsylvania Grit (Williamsport Pa)

3/1/1896

Pages 9 to 12 only – Fair/Good

$5.00

The Press (Phila.)

2/18/1897

Various News. 14 pages – Fair/Good

$7.50

Philadelphia Inquirer

6/29/1898

14 pages, complete – “Santiago May Fall at Any Moment – G/VG

$15.00

Morning Republican (West Chester, PA)

6/30/1898

4 pages – Reports on Camara & the Suez Canal – Good, browning

$7.50

Philadelphia Inquirer

10/24/1898

“Jubilee Week Opens”. 14 pages. Good, chipping

$10.00

The Ohio State Journal

11/26/1898

“Fifteen New Warships for US Navy”. 12 pages – G/VG

$10.00

The Press (Phila.)

12/9/1898

16 pages – Fair/Good, edge tears, chipping

$7.50

Columbia (PA) Independent

1/10/1899

4 page local newspaper. “Grand Finale of the War” article – Good, was folded numerous times

$7.50

Democratic Watchman (Bellefonte PA)

10/27/1899

8 pages – Good

$10.00

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