Alexandria 06-01: The Columbian Telescope and Literary Compiler, Being a Miscellaneous Repository of Literary Productions

Starting Date: June 16, 1819

Ending Date: May 20, 1820

Publication Frequency: Weekly

Proprietors: Samuel H. Davis

Notes

This weekly was issued with continuous pagination in quarto format, indicating that Davis intended the paper to be bound in complete volumes; the surviving copies of this title are all bound volumes of the full publication run. That run was one of 51 numbers, or not quite a full year; Davis ceased publication in May 1820 in order to move to Winchester, where he acquired the Republican Constellation, succeeding George McGlassin that June.

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