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2 edition of The Ulster County gazette found at last found in the catalog.

The Ulster County gazette found at last

by R. W. G. Vail

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Published by New York Public Library in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ulster County gazette (Kingston, N.Y. : 1799)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R.W.G. Vail
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25127657M
    OCLC/WorldCa3458803

    Value for an “Ulster County Gazette” J by TimHughes Email This Post | Print This Post. If there is any one newspaper about which we receive the most calls as to value, it would have to be the “Ulster County Gazette” issue of January 4, This Kingston, New York, newspaper documents the death of George Washington, hence the appeal. Explore your family history in Ulster Gazette. Newspaper Titles. Discover more about your ancestors than names and dates in Ulster Gazette. Get to know your ancestors' stories—the lives they lived, their hardships and triumphs. Family trees are just not complete without the details available in newspapers.

    Ulster County gazette. (Kingston [N.Y.]) Search America's historic newspaper pages from or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between present. Ulster County; Ulster County. Show articles, ordered by Footnote Historical Newspapers. Lake & Valley Clarion. Historical Books at Marriages & Deaths in the New York Herald, Vol. I: Marriages & Deaths in the New York Herald, Vol. II: George Youmans Found Dead. Details Report E-Mail Comments. The Evening.

      Yesterday I found a Newspaper called the ULSTER COUNTY GAZETTE published at Kingston by Samuel Freer & Son, dated January 4, It is 4 pages & big like a newspaper. It has turned light brown & has been preserved by some kind of crude laminate. It was found in an old Atlas donated to a library with other books.   The Ulster County executive took part in a peaceful protest recently against George Floyd’s death and systemic racism. He was surprised to encounter a .


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(Robert William Glenroie), Pages: s* y LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS THE ULSTER COUNTY GAZETTE FOUND AT LAST By R.

Vail Librarian, American Antiquarian Society NEW YORK THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY i 93 i Digitized by the Internet Archive in with funding from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign REPRINTED FROM THE BULLETIN OF THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY OF APRIL.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : R. G Vail. Title Ulster County Gazette (Kingston [N.Y.]) Of Publication Created / Published Kingston [N.Y.]: Samuel Freer and Son, Long talk story about the Ulster County Gazette of which only one genuine copy is known to exist and is now in the Library of Congress.

January 4th, was the one commemorating the death of. LOT 53Seller's Estimate: USD - There are only 2 original copies in existence. This is an early reprint c. The first reprint was commemorating the 25th anniversary. Ulster County Gazette Published at KINGSTON, (Ulster County,) BY SAMUEL FREER and Son.

SATURDAY, January 4, The paper consists of four pages. An Abundant Reproduction. The Ulster County Gazette of January 4, is among the most commonly encountered imitation old you have one, it is a later reproduction and has little or no value to collectors.

"No other item in American literature has received such extensive, minute and careful studay as this Ulster County GazetteSixty-seven reprints, beginning abouthave. Ulster Gazette. 56 Scotch Street, Armagh. BT61 7DQ. Tel: Missing: last book. The Ulster County Gazette 27 The paper was established in Kingston, New York, on May 5,and continued until The publishers were Samuel Freer and his son, Samuel S.

Freer. There have been found copies of three original issues before that important one of January 4,and another such original after that date. These have been of great.

History --The Ulster County gazette for January 4, --How to identify a genuine Ulster County gazette --Why so many imitations. --The publishers of the reprints --Check list of issues --Other facsimile newspapers --Bibliography --The Ulster County gazette found at last.

About this Item: Ulster County Gazette JanuaryHardcover. Condition: Used. Bound in marbled boards, half leather, pages toned from age and some edges slightly torn. A Unique piece of history, expertly bound. Shipped from Cleveland, Ohio U.S.A. Used books show some shelf wear.

Rarely contain notes/highlighting. Ulster County Gazette. LONG LOST NEWSPAPER FOUND; A Genuine Ulster County Gazette Telling of Washington's Death Comes to Light. The Ulster County Gazette, dated Saturday, January 4,is also the most copied and faked antique newspaper in history.

The Ulster Gazette was established in at Kingston, NY by Samuel Freer and his son, Samuel S. Freer and was printed until when Samuel S.

died. Ulster County Gazette Newspaper Archives () Browse by Year (1 year available) Search This Paper. First Name.

Last Name. Keywords. Search. Browse by Date. Popular Pages. 4 Jan, Page 1. 4 Jan, Page 2. 4 Jan, Page 3. 4 Jan, Page 4. Clippings and Obituaries View All Clippings. AN early American newspaper that excites almost perpetual interest is The Ulster County Gazette. Every year we are reminded that The Gazette recorded George Washington's death on Page 2 of the.

Yellowed with age, but still readable, the newpaper copy is a reprint of the Jan. 4,edition of the Ulster County Gazette in Kingston, N.Y. News RARE, OLD PAPER DETAILS DEATH OF.

Yesterday I found a Newspaper called the ULSTER COUNTY GAZETTE published at Kingston by Samuel Freer & Son, dated January 4, It is 4 pages & big like a newspaper. It has turned light brown & has read more. History --The Ulster County gazette for January 4, --How to identify a genuine Ulster County gazette --Why so many imitations --The publishers of the reprints --Check list of issues --A few other facsimile newspapers --Bibliography.

Responsibility: written by R.W.G. Vail. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

The Ulster County gazette and its illegitimate offspring by R. W. G. Vail,New York Public Library edition, in English - 3rd ed.A framed newsprint of the Ulster County Gazette published at Kingston, Ulster County, New York by Samuel Freer and Son, Vol.

II Num. 88, dated Saturday January 4, It is generally quite obvious why an old newspaper was saved, and it was usually because the paper documented a major historical event.The Ulster County Gazette was established at Kingston, New York, inthe only known original issue of the year is that of and "in the thousands of copies issued of this interesting paper, a copy of the original issue has never come to light." The first so-called reprints were made in Kingston in orat the time of a.