1 Page 1 of 7 NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS FINDING AID Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection Newspapers and Periodicals Listed Chronologically: 1789 The Pennsylvania Packet, and Daily Advertiser, Philadelphia, 10 Sept Published by John Dunlap and David Claypoole. Long two-page debate about the permanent residence of the Federal government: banks of the Susquehanna River vs. the banks of the Potomac River. AS 493. The Pennsylvania Packet, and Daily Advertiser, Philadelphia, 25 Sept Published by John Dunlap and David Claypoole. Continues to cover the debate about future permanent seat of the Federal Government, ruling out New York. Also discusses the salaries of federal judges. AS 499. The Pennsylvania Packet, and Daily Advertiser, Philadelphia, 28 Sept Published by John Dunlap and David Claypoole. AS 947. The Pennsylvania Packet, and Daily Advertiser, Philadelphia, 8 Oct Published by John Dunlap and David Claypoole. Archives of the United States are established. AS Gazette of the United States, New York City, 17 July Report on debate in Congress over amending the act establishing the federal city. Also includes the Act of Congress passed 4 January 1790 to establish the District of Columbia. AS 864. Columbia Centinel, Boston, 3 Nov Published by Benjamin Russell. Page 2 includes a description of President George Washington and local gentlemen surveying the land adjacent to the Potomac River to fix the proper situation for the Federal City. AS Gazette of the United States, Philadelphia, 8 October, Publisher: John Fenno. Describes the location of the District of Columbia on the Potomac River. AS 532. Gazette of the United States, Philadelphia, 30 March, Publisher: John Fenno. AS 945. Gazette of the United States, Philadelphia, 30 April, Publisher: John Fenno. Page 2 describes laying the first cornerstone (probably boundary stone) of Washington, D.C. AS 558 and AS 558-A (second copy). Columbian Centinel. Printed in Boston, Mass., 7 May Page 2 includes an article on the ceremony involving the laying of the first boundary stone of the District of Columbia in Alexandria, Va., on 15 April AS 840. The Salem Gazette, Salem, Mass., 10 May AS 673.
2 Page 2 of Dunlap s American Daily Advertiser, Philadelphia, 17 April Page 4 includes an advertisement placed by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia for the public to submit designs for the proposed President s House and Capitol in the new Federal City. AS 842. Gazette of the United States, 20 October AS 465. Columbian Centinel, Boston, Massachusetts, 25 May Act of Congress allowing commissioners of the District of Columbia to borrow money. AS Newburyport Herald And Country Gazette, Newburyport, Mass, 14 January Page two has lengthy description of the funeral procession of George Washington. AS 452. The National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser, Washington, D.C. 49 issues total from Issues are numbered AS 939 A-YY (no PP, WW, or ZZ). Important for advertisements of the first businesses in Washington. Issue 30 Jan has article on bill before Congress to establish a government for the District of Columbia with an appointed governor and elected legislature. AS 939 A-YY Columbian Centinel and Massachusetts Federalist, Boston, Jan Front page contains the news of the death of George Washington as reported by Congress, Tobias Lear, and others. AS National Intelligencer, and Washington Advertiser, Washington, D.C., 21 July Article on debates in Congress. AS National Intelligencer & Washington Advertiser, Washington, D.C., 13 March Discusses recent acts of Congress and the embargo on American shipping by both England and France. Stamp on upper right New Jersey Historical Society. AS National Intelligencer & Washington Advertiser, Washington, D.C., 9 May Editorial discusses damage caused by both the French and British to American ships on the sea. AS 867. National Intelligencer, Washington, D.C., 9 July Discussion of the third census. AS 875. National Intelligencer, Washington, D.C., 30 July Contains census of Alexandria for AS National Intelligencer, Washington, D.C., 10 December Discussion of seizure of British ships during the War of AS 859.
3 Page 3 of Federal Republican, and Commercial Gazette, Georgetown, D.C., 30 July Includes proclamation by President Madison for a national day of prayer and much information on the war including news from Congress. Runaway slaves advertised. AS 784. National Intelligencer, 2 Nov Contains news of the War of AS New-York Herald, published by Michael Burnham & Co., New York City, 31 August Entire paper is devoted to news of the capture of Washington, D.C. by the British, the Battle of Bladensburg, etc. AS 789. Essex Register, Salem, Massachusetts, 3 Sept Contains a number of articles relating to the burning of public buildings in Washington, surrender of Alexandria, defense of Baltimore, return of President to the capital, etc. AS 807. Salem Gazette, Salem, Massachusetts, 30 Sept Front page has a two-column description entitled Conduct of British at Washington written by a resident of Washington City, William P. Gardner. Contains another article entitle Battle of Baltimore. AS 956. National Intelligencer, Washington, D.C., 5 November Discussion of moving Congress to another site temporarily because of the war. AS 799. Columbian Centinel, Boston, Massachusetts, 21 Dec Contains news relating to the report of Congress on the reasons why the British were able to capture Washington, D.C. and the losses at the Washington Navy Yard. AS Daily Federal Republican, Georgetown, D.C., 13 May Editorial discusses causes of War of Advertisements on front and rear pages include two for Romulus Riggs, Georgetown merchant and several for runaway slaves. AS National Intelligencer, Washington, D.C., 9 December Discusses the Missouri Compromise debate in Congress. AS Daily National Intelligencer, Washington, D.C., 15 March AS Washington Gazette, 24 January News of debates in Congress. AS 929. Washington Gazette, 26 January Announcement of a concert of musical glasses at Tennison s Hotel by Mr. Richardson of Philadelphia. AS 309. Washington Gazette, 29 January Advertisement of auction by M Poor at early candlelight of fancy silks and cloths. AS 310. Washington Gazette, 12 February Includes announcement of cotillion parties in Washington and Georgetown arranged by Vincent Mash. AS 365.
4 Page 4 of 7 Washington Gazette, 16 February Announcement of Birth Night Ball to honor George Washington. AS 366. Washington Gazette, 19 February Sale of Saratoga Spring Water for health. AS 367. Washington Gazette, 26 February Meeting of the Alert Fire Company. AS 368. Washington Gazette, 28 February Announces meeting of the Columbian Institute. AS 369. Washington Gazette, 6 March Fire destroyed two houses and chimney falls and kills four bystanders. AS 370. Washington Gazette, 8 March Announcement of meeting of American Colonization Society. AS 371. Washington Gazette, 11 March Sale of jewelry by William Sawkins. AS 372. Washington Gazette, 12 March Notice of public exhibition of exotic animals opposite Center Market including a lion, camel, bear, etc. AS 373. Washington Gazette, 15 March President Monroe approves independence of Spanish colonies in South America. AS 374. Washington Gazette, 16 March H.S. Handy sells newly fashionable oval hats, children s fancy hats, and glazed hats for servants. AS 375. Washington Gazette, 19 March Exhibition to see a real portrait of Napoleon for 25 cents. AS 376. Washington Gazette, 21 March Lottery to raise money to build Washington Monument in Baltimore. AS 377. Washington Gazette, 25 March News of Saint Patrick s Day celebration in Baltimore. AS 379. Washington Gazette, 27 March Sale of splendid furniture belonging to the French minister, H. de Neuville. AS 464. Washington Gazette, 29 March Auction by Thomas C. Wight of old Waterloo tents. AS 515. Washington Gazette, 3 April Columbian Harmonic Society concert postposed. AS 626. Washington Gazette, 5 April Sale by A. E. Hough of 15 boxes Sicily Oranges and Lemons. AS 836. Washington Gazette, 8 April Rev. Ryland to preach at 11 a.m. next Sunday at Capitol. AS 839. National Intelligencer, Washington, D.C., 6 April Discussion of debates in the U.S. Senate. AS 844. Niles weekly register. Baltimore, MD: H. Niles. Vol. 8, No. 3 (1824). (Item is included in reference library) The Virginian, 4 September Page 3 contains Jefferson Lottery article, listing the estate sale items of the late Thomas Jefferson. AS 476. Niles weekly register. Baltimore, MD: H. Niles. Vol. 6, No. 22 (1826). (Item is included in reference library)
5 Page 5 of 7 The National Gazette, 10 July Discusses the deaths of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. AS National Intelligencer, Washington, D.C., 1 Sept Discussion of tariff and threat of South Carolina to leave the Union also runaway slaves advertised. AS New-England Anti-Slavery Society. Abolitionist. Boston, MA: Garrison and Knapp. Vol. 1, No. 10 (1833) contains article Slavery and the Slave Trade in the District of Columbia. (Item included in reference library) 1835 Martin, J. (1835) A new and comprehensive gazetteer of Virginia and the District of Columbia. Charlottesville: Moseley and Tompkins, printers. (Item included in reference library) 1836 National Intelligencer, Washington, D.C. 15 issues total from early Three issues - 11 Feb., 20 Feb., and 25 Feb.- have articles on the proposed Washington Monument and issue of 23 Jan. discusses the Smithson bequest. AS 937 A-O The Illustrated London News, London, England, 31 December Cover engraving depicts the U.S. Capitol as it looked 20 years before the dome was added. AS 511. Daily National Intelligencer, Washington, D.C., 22 October Page 3 includes an article discussing the recent bills passed by the Washington City Council. AS 843. Daily National Intelligencer, Washington, D.C. 12 December Lists city properties to be sold for taxes. AS The Republic, Washington, D.C., 27 February Long report on the improvements made to public parks and buildings. AS 478. The Republic, Washington, D.C., 3 March Report by architect Thomas U. Walter on the progress of the extension of the U.S. Capitol. AS 866. A Sketch of Washington City by Anne C. Lynch. Harpers New Monthly Magazine. Date: December This front article of 15 pages includes over a dozen woodcuts of government buildings including the large arch at 15 th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue leading to the Ellipse and White House grounds. AS 928. Harper s New Monthly Magazine. July 1853, No. XXXVIII vol. VII. (Item included in reference library) 1853
6 Page 6 of Harper s Weekly, New York City, one page only, 6 February New York City, full page woodcut of The New Hall of Representatives, with the members in session. AS 872. Harper s Weekly, New York City, one page only, 3 July 1858, page 421. Article on Mount Vernon with illustration of the river side and land side of the mansion, old vault, new vault, etc. AS 871. Harper s Weekly, New York City, one page only, 18 December New York City, article describes a fashionable hotel in Washington, D.C. when Congress opens and includes a half-page woodcut of the south façade of the White House. AS 873. National Intelligencer, Washington, D.C., 28 Dec Contains article on front page on the condition of the city of Washington, a report made by the Commissioner of Public Buildings John Blake. AS Alexandria Gazette, Alexandria, VA, 17 March Contains advertisements for slaves. AS 561. The City of Washington and the Capitol. Front article, pages , in Harper s Weekly. Date: 15 December Front page has two woodcuts east front of the Capitol and view of Washington from dome of Capitol. AS The New York Herald, New York City, 12 September Features a large map of Civil War troops, forts, lines, etc. in D.C., M.D., and V.A. AS The New York Herald, New York City, 10 July Covers the Confederate invasion of Maryland and the Union defeat at the Battle of Monocacy. A large battle map shown on the cover page. AS 672. The New York Herald, New York City, 12 July Much of this issue is devoted to reporting Confederate General Early s invasion of Maryland. AS 865. The New York Herald, New York City, 14 July Discusses Confederate General Jubal Early s attack on Washington, D.C. AS [Washington, D.C.] Sunday Morning Chronicle, 16 April Entire paper is devoted to Lincoln s assassination. AS 927. The New York Herald, New York City, 22 April Covers Lincoln s funeral train s procession. AS 671. New York Tribune, New York, 31 March Discusses impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson. AS Harper s Weekly, New York, 27 February pp Leading article is on the resignation of Gen. Geo. Washington in AS 860.
7 Page 7 of 7 The Daily Graphic, New York, 17 April Contains many woodcuts depicting the city of Baltimore. AS 689. Union Arch, Washington Aqueduct. Published in Scientific American, July 23, Colored woodcut. AS Washington Sentinel, Washington, D.C., 20 November AS Harper s Weekly, New York, 26 February Image of a bust of George Washington, modelled after Houdon s mask, is on front page and story continues to p AS 378. Harper s Weekly, New York, 1 December Includes a fiction piece about Civil War-era Northern Virginia. AS The Washington Life. Saturday, 10 September Printed Periodical. Special military number. Describes the training of the National Guard held at Manassas, VA, in the summer of AS 557. The Saturday Star, Washington, D.C., 3 July Front page is a reproduction of the issue of 3 July Inside pages discuss celebration of the Bicentennial of the U.S. parade scheduled on Constitution Avenue next day. AS 832 and duplicate AS 832-A. The Washington Star, Washington, D.C., 7 August The last issue of this newspaper. Title: 128 Years of Service Ending. Includes sections A to F. AS
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