Who published the Pennsylvanian Gazette?
Benjamin Franklin from 1729 on.
Yes. James Madison and Thomas Jefferson founded the National Gazette newspaper, which was published between 1791 and 1793. The Democratic-Republican biased National Gazette criticized the Federalist Party and their philosophy of government. Alexander Hamilton supported a rival newspaper, the Gazette of the United States, which praised the Federalist Party.
Bangal Gazette (founded in 1779) was the first newspaper of India published in Calcutta, the editor of which was James Augustus Hickey who was a pioneer in bringing the start of journalistic activities in the country. Bengal Gazette because of whom it belonged to, was also referred to as Hickey's Journal. The Gazette had most of the news items and contents from England and also had the senction for letters from readers and items of…
The National Gazette was a Democratic-Republican newspaper founded by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison in 1791. American poet Philip Morin Freneau managed and published the paper until it folded in 1793. The National Gazette was used as a vehicle to criticize Federalist policies and politicians. Alexander Hamilton gave financial support to a competing newspaper that praised Federalist politics, the Gazette of the United States. The two newspapers are often confused.
Official publication of government of mandya containing all appointments of Judiciary,legislative and Executive. Contains all notifications,rules, orders,acts and all publication which are required to be published in Gazette of India. Hemant Shrivastava,Advocate, High Court, Jabalpur(m.P.) hello hemant, i apprecieate you answer. i searched on the net to know what the gazette of India is, but i only got documents where the phrase "the gazette of India" appeared. I also tried to find out copies of…
According to the Library of Congress, the National Gazette and Literary Register was a Philadelphia newspaper published between 1820 and 1841 by William Fry. His sons, J. Reese and Edward Fry, managed the newspaper for six months following their father's death, then sold it in 1842 to the publisher of the Pennsylvania Inquirer and Daily Courier who merged the two papers under the name Pennsylvania Inquirer and National Gazette.