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The Virginia Gazette
"The Virginia Gazette was the official newspaper of Virginia, printed in Williamsburg from 1736 until 1780. When the capital of Virginia moved to Richmond in 1780, printers transferred their businesses to the new seat of government. Both Dixon & Nicolson and Clarkson & Davis resumed their papers in Richmond."
Colonial Williamsburg, John D. Rockefeller Library
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Virginia Gazette (Historic on Microfilm)
Call Number: Microfilm