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Nova Scotia Historical Newspapers

The Port-Roseway Gazetteer and The Shelburne Advertiser

This newspaper began in 1784, as a sort of literary magazine featuring essays, poetry, stories and letters reprinted from English and American periodicals, with occasional local content. The publisher was the nephew of James Robertson Sr., who published The Royal American Gazette. When Robertson Sr. moved to Charlottetown about 1785, taking his printing press with him, the Gazetteer and Advertiser ceased publication.

Issues from 1785




The Port-Roseway Gazetteer and the Shelburne Advertiser



The Port-Roseway Gazetteer and the Shelburne Advertiser



The Port-Roseway Gazetteer and the Shelburne Advertiser



The Port-Roseway Gazetteer and the Shelburne Advertiser



The Port-Roseway Gazetteer and the Shelburne Advertiser



The Port-Roseway Gazetteer and The Shelburne Advertiser
Printed by J. Robertson, junior, T. and J. Swords, at the Printing-Office in King-Street, Shelburne.



The Port-Roseway Gazetteer and The Shelburne Advertiser
Printed by J. Robertson, junior, T. and J. Swords, at the Printing-Office in King-Street, Shelburne.



The Port-Roseway Gazetteer and The Shelburne Advertiser
Printed by J. Robertson, junior, T. and J. Swords, at the Printing-Office in King-Street, Shelburne.



The Port-Roseway Gazetteer and The Shelburne Advertiser
Printed by J. Robertson, junior, T. and J. Swords, at the Printing-Office in King-Street, Shelburne.



The Port-Roseway Gazetteer and The Shelburne Advertiser
Printed by J. Robertson, junior, T. and J. Swords, at the Printing-Office in King-Street, Shelburne.


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