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19, under title: Some account of American newspapers, particularly of the eighteenth century, and libraries in which they may be found. Notes Toward a History of the American Newspaper Issue 31 of Heartman's historical series Volume 1 of Notes Toward a History of the American Newspaper, William Nelson: Author: William Nelson: Publisher: C.
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The first printed newspapers were published weekly in Germany from These early newspapers followed one of two major formats.
The first was the Dutch-style corantos, a densely packed two- to four-page paper, while the second was the German-style pamphlet, a more expansive 8- to page publishers began printing in the Dutch format, but as their Notes toward a history of the American newspaper.
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