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July 13, 1782
THE ROYAL GAZETTE, Charleston, South Carolina, July 13, 1782 Certainly a most rare title, this being just the second issue we have offered in our 40 years in the hobby. This title is the continuation of the "South Carolina & American General Gazette" which began in 1764, but when the British captured Charleston during the Revolution War in May, 1780, the Gazette was... See More
The King declares Americans are free & independent people... Treaty between England & America is signed...
February 25, 1783
THE CONNECTICUT COURANT & WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER, Hartford, February 25, 1783
* Provisional Articles of Peace
* Ending the Revolutionary War
* America declared independent
Certainly the most notable content in this issue is the very historic speech by the King of England to his Parliament, dated Dec. 5, 1782, which takes most of page 2, declaring that the Americans are free & indepe... See More
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