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This is a list of newspapers in New York state. For periodicals specific to New York City, see List of New York City newspapers and magazines.

Contents

Daily newspapersEdit


Weekly and other newspapersEdit

DefunctEdit

AlbanyEdit

Newspapers published in Albany, New York:

  • The Albany centinel. s.w., July 4, 1797–December 30, 1800+[1]
  • Albany chronicle. w., September 12, 1796–August 21, 1797.[1]
  • Albany chronicle, or, Journal of the times. w., August 28, 1797–April 9, 1798.[1]
  • The Albany gazette.w., November 25, 1771–August 3, 1772.[1]
  • The Albany gazette. w., s.w., May 28, 1784–December 25, 1800+[1]
  • Albany journal, or, The Montgomery, Washington and Columbia intelligencer. s.w., w., January 26, 1788–May 11, 1789.[1]
  • The Albany register. w., s.w., October 13, 1788–December 26, 1800+[1]
  • The New-York gazetteer, or, Northern intelligencer. w., June 3 (?), 1782–May 1, 1784.[1]
  • The Knickerbocker News

Ballston SpaEdit

Newspapers published in Ballston Spa, New York:

  • Saratoga register, or, Farmer's journal. w., July 1798(?)–1800(?)[1]

BathEdit

Newspapers published in Bath, New York:

  • The Bath gazette, and Genesee advertiser. w., December 21, 1796–April 12, 1798.[1]

BrooklynEdit

Newspapers published in Brooklyn, New York:

  • The Courier, and Long Island advertiser. w., June 26(?)–July 25, 1799.[1]
  • The Courier, and New-York and Long Island advertiser. w., August 1, 1799–June 26, 1800.[1]
  • The Long Island courier. w., July 3–December 31, 1800+[1]

BuffaloEdit

Newspapers published in Buffalo, New York:

CatskillEdit

Newspapers published in Catskill, New York:

  • Catskill packet. w., August 6, 1792–August 2, 1794[1]

CooperstownEdit

Newspapers published in Cooperstown, New York:

  • The Otsego herald, or, Western advertiser. w., April 3, 1795–December 25, 1800+[1]

FishkillEdit

Newspapers published in Fishkill, New York:

  • The New-York packet, and the American advertiser. w., January 16, 1777–August 28, 1783.[1]

HudsonEdit

Newspapers published in Hudson, New York:

  • The Hudson weekly gazette. w., April 7, 1785–December 27, 1791.[1]

KingstonEdit

Newspapers published in Kingston, New York:

  • The Farmer's register. w., September 29, 1792–September 21, 1793.[1]
  • The New-York journal, and the general advertiser. w., July 7–October 13, 1777.[1]
  • Rising sun. w., September 28, 1793–April 28, 1798.[1]
  • Ulster County gazette. w., May 5, 1798–December 27, 1800+[1]

LansingburghEdit

Newspapers published in Lansingburgh, New York:

  • American spy. w., April 8, 1791–February 27, 1798.[1]
  • Tiffany's recorder. w., June (?), 1793–December 2, 1794.[1]

New YorkEdit

Newspapers published in New York, New York:

  • American citizen and general advertiser. d., March 10–December 31, 1800+[1]
  • American Minerva; an evening advertiser. d., May 6, 1795–April 30, 1796.[1]
  • American Minerva, and the New-York (evening) advertiser. d., March 20, 1794–May 5, 1795. 1800+[1]
  • The American Minerva, patroness of peace, commerce, and the liberal arts. d., December 9, 1793–March 18, 1794.[1]
  • American Minerva, patroness of peace, commerce, and the liberal arts and the New-York (evening) advertiser. d., March 19, 1794.[1]
  • The American price-current. w., May 1–August 7, 1786.[1]
  • The Argus & Greenleaf's new daily advertiser. d., May 11–15, 1795.[1]
  • The Argus, or, Greenleaf's new daily advertiser. d., May 16, 1795–August 2, 1796.[1]
  • Columbian gazette. w., April 6–June 22, 1799.[1]
  • Columbian gazetteer. s.w., August 22, 1793–November 13, 1794.[1]
  • Commercial Advertiser. d., October 2, 1797–December 31, 1800+[1]
  • The Constitutional gazette. s.w., August 2, 1775–August 28, 1776.[1]
  • The Daily advertiser. d., October 17, 1787–December 30, 1800+[1]
  • The Daily advertiser, political, commercial, and historical. d., September 20–October 21, 1785.[1]
  • The Daily advertiser, political, historical, and commercial. d., October 22, 1785–October 16, 1787.[1]
  • The Diary. d., February 1, 1796–March 18, 1797.[1]
  • Diary and mercantile advertiser. d., March 20, 1797–September 13 (?), 1798.[1]
  • The Diary, & universal advertiser. d., May 1795–January 31, 1796.[1]
  • The Diary, & universal daily advertiser. d., February (?)–May 1795.[1]
  • The Diary, or, Evening register. d., January 1, 1794–February (?), 1795.[1]
  • The Diary, or, Loudon's register. d., February 15, 1792–December 31, 1793.[1]
  • Forlorn hope. w., March 24–September 13, 1800.[1]
  • Gazette Francaise. t.w., March 4, 1796–October 4, 1799.[1]
  • Gazette Francaise et Americaine. t.w., July 6, 1795–March 2, 1796.[1][3]
  • Gazette of the United States. s.w., April 15, 1789–October 13, 1790.[1]
  • Greenleaf's new daily advertiser. d., August 3, 1796–March 8, 1800.[1]
  • Greenleaf's New York journal, & patriotic register. s.w., January 1, 1794–March 8, 1800.[1]
  • The Herald; a gazette for the country. s.w., June 4, 1794–September 30, 1797.[1]
  • The Impartial gazetteer, and Saturday evening's post. w., May 17–September 13, 1788.[1]
  • The Independent gazette, or, The New-York journal revived.w., s.w., December 13, 1783–March 11, 1784.[1]
  • The Independent journal, or, The General advertiser. w., s.w., November 17, 1783–December 24, 1788.[1]
  • The Independent New-York gazette. w., November 22–December 6, 1783.[1]
  • Independent reflector. w., November 30, 1752–November 22, 1753.[1]
  • Loudon's New-York packet. s.w., November 11, 1784–May 13 (?), 1785.[1]
  • Mercantile advertiser. d., November 1798–December 31, 1800+[1]
  • The Minerva, & mercantile evening advertiser. d., May 2, 1796–September 30, 1797.[1]
  • The Morning post, and daily advertiser. d., October 6, 1788–January 2, 1792.[1]
  • Mott and Hurtin's New-York weekly chronicle. w., January 1–April 16, 1795.[1]
  • New-York chronicle. w., s.w., May 8, 1769–January 4, 1770.[1]
  • The New-York daily advertiser. d., March 1–September 19, 1785.[1]
  • New-York daily gazette.d, December 29, 1788–April 26(?), 1795.[1]
  • The New-York evening-post. w., November 26, 1744–December 18, 1752.[1]
  • New-York evening post. t.w., November 17, 1794–May 25, 1795.[1]
  • The New-York Gazette. w., November 8, 1725–November 19, 1744.[1]
  • The New-York gazette. w., August 13, 1759–December 28, 1767.[1]
  • The New-York gazette and general advertiser. d., April 27, 1795–December 26, 1800+[1]
  • The New-York gazette: and the weekly mercury. w., February 1, 1768–November 10 (?), 1783.[1]
  • The New York gazette; and the weekly mercury. w., February1, 1768–September 27, 1773.[1]
  • The New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. w., January 1, 1753–March 12, 1759.[1]
  • The New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. w., May 6, 1762–October 9, 1766.[1]
  • The New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. w., October 16, 1766–August or September 1773.[1]
 
New-York Gazette, Revived in the Weekly Post-Boy, 1747
  • The New-York gazette, revived in the weekly post boy. w., January 19, 1747–December 25, 1752.[1]
  • The New-York gazetteer; and, public advertiser. s.w., December 18, 1786–August 16, 1787.[1]
  • The New-York gazetteer, and the country journal. w., t.w., s.w., December 3, 1783–August 11, 1786.[1]
  • The New-York journal and daily patriotic register. d., November 19, 1787–July 26, 1788.[1]
  • The New-York journal, & patriotic register. s.w., May 4, 1790–December 28, 1793.[1]
  • The New-York journal, and State gazette. w., Mar 18, 1784–February 10, 1785.[1]
  • New-York journal, and weekly register. w., January 18–November 15, 1787.[1]
  • The New-York journal, and the general advertiser. w., February 17–June 16, 1785.[1]
  • The New-York journal and weekly register. w., July 31, 1788–April 26, 1790.[1]
  • The New-York journal, or, General advertiser. w., October 16, 1766–March 12, 1767.[1]
  • The New-York journal, or, The General advertiser. w., March 19, 1767–August 29, 1776.[1]
  • The New-York journal, or, The Weekly register. w., June 23, 1785–January 11, 1787.[1]
  • The New-York mercury. w., August 3(?), 1752–January 25, 1768.[1]
  • The New-York mercury, or, General advertiser. w., September 3, 1779–August 15, 1783.[1]
  • The New-York morning post. s.w., April 1783–February 1785.[1]
  • The New-York morning post, and daily advertiser. d., February 23, 1785–October 5, 1788.[1]
  • The New-York packet. s.w., t.w., w., May 16, 1785–January 26, 1792.[1]
  • The New York packet. And the American advertiser. w., January 4, 1776–August 29, 1776; November 13, 1783–November 8, 1784.[1]
  • The New-York price-current. w., August 14 (?), 1786–(?).[1]
  • New-York price-current. w., May 25, 1799–December 27, 1800+[1]
  • New-York prices current. w., 1796–June 1797.[1]
  • The New-York weekly chronicle. w., April 23–October 1, 1795.[1]
 
New York Weekly Journal, 1733; edited by John Peter Zenger[4]
  • The New York Weekly Journal. w., November 5, 1733–March 18(?), 1751.[1]
  • The New-York weekly museum. w., September 20, 1788–May 7, 1791.[1]
  • The New-York weekly post-boy. w., January 3, 1743–January 12, 1747.[1]
  • Oram's New-York price-current, and marine register. w., June 10, 1797–May 18, 1799.[1]
  • Parker's New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. w., March 19, 1759–April 29, 1762.[1]
  • Porcupine's gazette. January 13, 1800.[1]
  • Prisoner of hope. w., s.w., May 3–August 23, 1800.[1]
  • Register of the times. w., June 3, 1796–June 27, 1798.[1]
  • Rivington's New-York gazette, and universal advertiser. s.w., November 22–December 31, 1783.[1]
  • Rivington's New-York gazette, or, The Connecticut, Hudson's River, New-Jersey, and Quebec weekly advertiser. October 4–October 11, 1777.[1]
  • Rivington's New-York gazetteer, or, The Connecticut, Hudson's River, New-Jersey, and Quebec weekly advertiser. w., December 16, 1773–November 23, 1775.[1]
  • Rivington's New-York gazetteer, or, The Connecticut, New-Jersey, Hudson's-River, and Quebec weekly advertiser. w., April 22–December 9, 1773.[1]
  • Rivington's New York loyal gazette. w., October 18–December 6, 1777.[1]
  • The Royal American gazette. w., s.w., January 16, 1777–July 31, 1783.[1]
  • The Royal gazette. w., s.w., December 13, 1777–November 19, 1783.[1]
  • The Spectator. s.w., October 4, 1797–December 31, 1800+[1]
  • Temple of reason. w., November 8–December 31, 1800+[1]
  • The Time piece. t.w., September 15, 1797–August 30, 1798.[1]
  • The Time piece; and literary companion. t.w., March 13–September 13, 1797.[1]
  • Weekly museum. w., May 14, 1791–December 27, 1800+[1]
  • Weymans New-York gazette. w., February 16–August 6, 1759.[1]
  • The Youth's news paper. w., September 30–November 4, 1797.[1]

PoughkeepsieEdit

Newspapers published in Poughkeepsie, New York:

  • American farmer, and Dutchess County advertiser. w., June 8, 1798–July 22, 1800.[1]
  • The Country journal, and the Poughkeepsie advertiser. w., August 11, 1785–September 23, 1788.[1]
  • The New-York journal, and the general advertiser. w., May 11, 1778–January 6, 1782.[1]
  • The Poughkeepsie journal. w., July 14, 1789–December 30, 1800+[1]

SalemEdit

Newspapers published in Salem, New York:

  • Northern centinel. w., January 1, 1798–January 21, 1800+[1]
  • Washington patrol. w., May 27–November 18, 1795.[1]

SchenectadyEdit

Newspapers published in Schenectady, New York:

  • Mohawk Mercury. w., December 15, 1794–March 13, 1798.[1]

TroyEdit

Newspapers published in Troy, New York:

  • Northern budget. w., May 15, 1798–December 31, 1800+[1]
  • The Recorder. w., May 5–December 8, 1795.[1]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ "Archives & Special Collections: The Courier-Express Newspaper". E. H. Butler Library, SUNY Buffalo State. Retrieved 2018-07-14.
  3. ^ Brigham, Clarence S. (Oct 1917). "Bibliography of American newspapers, 1690-1820: part 8: New York City". Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society. 27 (2): 375–513. Retrieved 2010-10-21.
  4. ^ Steven J. Shaw. Colonial Newspaper Advertising: A Step toward Freedom of the Press. The Business History Review, Vol. 33, No. 3 (Autumn, 1959), pp. 409-420

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