New Bern, North Carolina, Newspaper Archives (1775 - 1874)

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Possible Theo Bryant
Newbern Sentinel
New Bern, North Carolina
October 3, 1818 - Page [2]
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John Hampton elected House of Commons
Carolina Federal Republican
New Bern, North Carolina
August 23, 1817 - Page [3]
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Joseph Broom
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Newbern Sentinel
New Bern, North Carolina
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Eliza Jane Anderson (9-month death)
North Carolina Sentinel
New Bern, North Carolina
September 21, 1836 - Page [3]
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