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  • True Royalist and Weekly Intelligencer
        The True Royalist And Weekly Intelligencer was a 4 page, weekly, newspaper edited and published by the Reverend Augustus R. Green of the British Methodist Episcopal Church. Samuel V. Berry was the assistant editor. It was published every Thursday (later Friday) morning from no. 1, Goyeau Street, Windsor, and cost ...
      The True Royalist And Weekly Intelligencer was a 4 page, weekly, newspaper ...
  • Provincial Freeman
        March 1853 - June 1957 The first issue of the Provincial Freeman was published in Windsor on March 24th, 1853. It was intended as a prototype, to be used to solicit financial support for a new weekly newspaper which would present alternative viewpoints to the other black, Canada West, newspaper, ...
      March 1853 - June 1957 The first issue of the Provincial Freeman ...
  • Voice of the Bondsman
        Published by J.J.E. Linton, in Stratford, Canada West. No1 - Printed by William Mowat, at the offices of the Stratford Beacon in Dec 1856: Circulation of 5000, gratis. No2 - Printed at the “Colonist” Office, Toronto in Jan 1857: Circulation of 7000, gratis.
      Published by J.J.E. Linton, in Stratford, Canada West. No1 - Printed by ...
  • Voice of the Fugitive
        Jan 1, 1851 to Dec 16, 1852 Voice Of The Fugitive was one of the first black newspapers in Upper Canada that was aimed at fugitive and escaped slaves from the United States. The only earlier paper was the British American (Toronto), which began in March, 1845, but seems to ...
      Jan 1, 1851 to Dec 16, 1852 Voice Of The Fugitive was ...
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