A. The Daily Newspaper in America: The Evolution of a Social Instrument

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Alfred McClung Lee'sThe Daily Newspaper in Americais a classic examination of the newspaper industry from 1710 to 1936, from an economic and sociological point of view, fully backed by statistical data. Available as a set or as single volumes, the work includes: * Vol. 1:The Daily Newspaper in America, Part One 0-415-22891-3 * 6-1/2 x 9-1/4 * 402 pp Vol. 2:The Daily Newspaper in America, Part Two0-415-22892-1* 6-1/2 x 9-1/4 * 410 pp

Table of Contents

Introduction xv
Our Own Opening xxi
The First Newspapers in the World xxviii
The Proof-Sheet
News Circulars and Letters
The Newspaper
The first in the World
The first in America
The Prospectus
The Official Organ
The Journal
The Penny Press
Now and Then
Newspapers in America
The Initial Newspaper
Harris's Publick Occurrences in Boston
Its Editor and Publisher
Its Contents
Its one Day's Existence
The reprinted London Gazette in New York
William Bradford
The Early Press of Boston and Philadelphia
The Boston News-Letter
Dependence of Printers on the Authorities
John Campbell
His News Circulars
The early Postmasters the first Editors
Circulation of the News-Letter
The first Reporting
Home Intelligence
Appeals to Subscribers
Boston Gazette and Philadelphia Mercury
William Brooker
James and Benjamin Franklin
Andrew Bradford
Conflicts with the governing Classes
The first Newspaper War
Busy Body
The Original Jenkins
Troubles with the Clergy
Increase and Cotton Mather
Imprisonment of James Franklin, etc.
The First Newspaper in New York
The Gazette
Its Commencement
William Bradford
The Bible
Premiums for Subscribers
New England Weekly Journal
Samuel Kneeland
The Mails
Difficulties in circulating Newspapers
Style of Writers, etc.
Reappearance of the Franklins
The Way Benjamin Franklin started a Paper in Philadelphia
Samuel Keimer
The Pennsylvania Gazette
The Fleets in Boston
Mother Goose Melodies
The Fashions
More Trouble with the Authorities
Boston Evening Post
Zenger's New York Journal
Arrest of Zenger
The first Libel Suit in America
Andrew Hamilton's great Speech
The popular Verdict
The Joy of the People
The Dawn of Liberty
The New York Gazette
William Bradford
The Post-Boy
James Parker
Personal Description of an early New York Editor
James Franklin in Newport
The Rhode Island Gazette
Newport then and now, etc.
The Press at the South
Commencement in South Carolina
The Gazette
The first Newspaper in Virginia
The Gazette
Boston Weekly Post-Boy
Ellis Huske
The Bradfords of Pennsylvania
The Stamp Act
Indignation in Printing-offices
John Hughes, the Stamp Commissioner
Carriers' Addresses
The first Paper in Maryland
The Gazette again
Toujours Perdrix
Very old Printing-press
The Beginning of the German Newspapers, etc.
The Pre-Revolutionary Newspapers
Our Patriotic Editors and Publishers
The Sons of Liberty
Who Wrote for the Newspapers
Opening of the Revolutionary Ball
The Boston Independent Advertiser
Samuel Adams
New York Mercury
Hugh Gaine's Gazette
Philip Freneau, the Poet
The Adamses, Warrens, and Quincys
Boston Gazette
Shed's Grocery-store
Boston Massacre
Throwing the Tea overboard
Imprisonment of Daniel Fowle
Newport (R. I.) Mercury
James Franklin, Jr.
Ann Franklin
The Franklin Printing-presses
Imprisonment of Alexander M`Dougall, etc.
Spread of the Revolutionary Spirit
The Connecticut Courant
Scarcity of Rags for Paper-mills
Appeals for old Cotton and Linen
Curiosities of the old Rag Shops
History repeating itself
The American Rag-bag
The Maryland Gazette
Charles Carroll, of Carrollton
The Virginia Resolutions
Mottoes and Devices
Opinions of Sir William Berkeley and Henry A. Wise
New York Journal
Alexander M`Dougall
Royal Gazetteer
James Rivington
Attack on Rivington's Office
Alexander Hamilton
Boston Chronicle
John Mein
Salem Gazette
Harvard College
Nathaniel Willis, etc.
The Revolutionary Crisis
The Massachusetts Spy
Isaiah Thomas
The British Organ
Join or Die
Paul Revere's Midnight Ride
The Concord Fight
Worcester Spy
Rivington's Royal Gazette
Curious Interview with Colonel Ethan Allen
Major Andre and the Cow Chase
Freneau's Satires, etc.
Close of the Revolutionary Period
Increase of Newspapers
The Independent Chronicle
Death of General Warren
William Gordon, the Historian
Publication of Histories and Geographies
New York Packet
Samuel Loudon
Death of James Otis
Newspapers in New Jersey
The first New York Directory
The Greenbacks of the last Century
Number of Papers printed at the close of the Revolutionary Struggle, etc.
Organization of the Great Political Parties
After the Revolution
The Beginning of the Federal and Republican Parties
Metternich's Opinion
Stamp Acts
Names of Cliques
Contributors to the Press
Newspapers in Existence
Independent Gazette
American Citizen
James Cheetham
State of Society
Aaron Burr's Suit against the Citizen
Theatre in New York
``Vivat Respublica''
Box 8s., Pit 6s., Gallery 4s
Massachusetts Centinel
Major Benjamin Russell
Shay's Rebellion
Federal Constitution
Real and imaginary Processions
The War of Editors
King Louis Philippe
The Black Cockade
Death of the Federal Party
New Hampshire Gazette
Connecticut Courant
The Newspapers on the Pending Questions
The Restoration of the Tories to Citizenship
Society of Cincinnati
The Alien and Sedition Laws
Virginia Resolutions
Prosecutions of Newspapers
Law of Libel in Massachusetts
The Common Law of England ``the Birth-right of every American''
Benjamin Austin and Thomas O. Selfridge
Assassination of Charles Austin
The Massachusetts Stamp Act
Tax on Advertisements
Benjamin Edes and Isaiah Thomas
Worcester Spy
American Titles
The Rise and Fall of Newspapers
The first Express
Salem Register and Salem Gazette
Chief Justice Story on Newspaper Personalities
The First Daily Newspapers
The American Daily Advertiser of Philadelphia
Zachariah Poulson
The New York Daily Advertiser
Washington in New York
The Portland Daily Courier
Junius and the Federalist
When and where published
Interesting Incidents
New York Gazette
John Lang
Shipping News
Old Lang's Sign
United States Gazette and North American of Philadelphia
John Fenno
Joseph R. Chandler
Newspaper Enterprise
Ten Journals in one
Impartial Intelligencer
Notable Journals
National Gazette of Philadelphia
The celebrated Philip Freneau
Organ of Thomas Jefferson
Violent Attacks on Washington
His Complaints in Cabinet Council
New York Time-piece
Matthew L. Davis
Newspapers in New Jersey
Massachusetts Mercury
``Immutably Impartial''
Harry Blake, the Ship-news Compiler
Incidents in his Life
Topliff's News-room in Boston
Noah Webster
New York Commercial Advertiser
Colonel William L. Stone
Anecdote of James G. Percival
Thurlow Weed and Hugh Hastings
The Press at the West
The Centinel of the Northwestern Territory
First Journalist of the Northwest
Posmasters as Publishers
Western Spy and Sol. Smith
Newspapers in Cincinnati
The Gazette
Charles Hammond
The first daily Paper
Introduction of Steam Presses
Symmes's Hole
Horse Expresses
Cash Receipts of Newspapers
Cincinnati Commercial
Murat Halsted
The Thomases in Journalism
Cincinnati Chronicle and Times
Ohio Statesman
Newspapers in Indiana and Missouri
St. Louis Republican
Sale of the Democrat
Journalism in Chicago
War with the Blondes
The Press in Wisconsin
Thurlow Weed and William L. Stone
Newspapers in Kansas
The Frontier Index, etc.
Two Remarkable Newspapers
The Philadelphia Aurora
Benjamin Franklin Bache and William Duane
Savage Attack on Washington
Curious Incident in India
Expulsion of Duane
The Alien and Sedition Laws
Trials and Convictions of Editors
Serious Riots in Philadelphia
Alexander Hamilton's Libel Suit against the New York Argus
New York Evening Post
William Coleman
Extraordinary Duel
Interesting Coincident
Theodore Dwight
Fitz Greene Halleck and John Rodman Drake
William Cullen Bryant and William Leggett
The Food of an Editor
The Bee and Columbian
Newspaper Circulation
Gales and Seaton
James Montgomery, the Poet
The Lay Preacher, etc.
The Official Organs in Washington
The Organs of the World
The first Newspaper in the National Capital
National Intelligencer
Gales and Seaton
Organs of the Government
Congressional Printing
National Journal
Advent of Jackson
The United States Telegraph and Duff Green
The Quarrel of Jackson and Calhoun
Thomas H. Benton
The Globe
Francis P. Blair and Amos Kendall
John C. Rives
The Spectator and Constitution
Intrigues and Incidents
The Union
Thomas Ritchie
Congressional Globe
Interesting Reminiscences
The Nullification Proclamation
The Madisonian
The Republic
Newspapers of To-day, etc.
The Democratic Triumvirate
The Charleston (S. C.) Courier, James Gordon Bennett's Newspaper Cradle
Morning Chronicle of New York
Washington Irving and Charles Dickens
Jonathan Oldstyle and Boz
Singular Duel
Harry Croswell, of the Hudson Balance
Suit against him for an Attack on Jefferson
Opinions of Alexander Hamilton
The Triumvirate
Richmond Enquirer
Thomas Ritchie
Andrew Jackson on Ritchie
Tragical Duel between John H. Pleasants and Thomas Ritchie, Jr.
New Hampshire Patriot and Issac Hill
``Origin'' of the War on the United States Bank
The Albany Register and Solomon Southwick
Nathaniel H. Carter
Mobbing the Baltimore Republican
The Albany Argus and Edwin Croswell
Public Printing
The Regency
Judge Kent on Newspapers
James Gordon Bennett and the Courier and Enquirer
The National Advocate and Enquirer
Troubles of Politicians
New Party Organs
The Advocate
Henry Wheaton
Henry Eckford
The Enquirer
Major Noah
Washington Correspondence and James Gordon Bennett
Horace Walpole's Letters
Niblo's Coffee-house
The Duel between William Graham and Dr. Barton
Ingathering of the Jews at Grand Island
The City of Ararat
Noah's grand Procession and Oration
Evening Star
Newspaper Editors in General
The Religious Press
Origin of religious Journalism
The first in the Field
Chillicothe Recorder and John Andrews
Boston Recorder and Nathaniel Willis
Autobiography of Willis
The Claims of Sidney E. Morse
New York Observer
Watchman and Reflector
Zion's Herald
Christian Register
Christian Herald
Christian Advocate
Tilt between the Evangelist and Independent
Christian Union
Henry Ward Beecher and Wendell Phillips as Journalists
Organs of Churches
Character of the Religious Press
Its Ups and Downs
Archbishop Hughes and the Catholic Press
Jewish Organs
The Daily Witness
New York Herald as a religious Paper
Newspapers for Children, etc.
Some of the Representative Newspapers
Inkling of an Independent Press
Judge Bouvier and the American Telegraph
Niles's Register
Hartford Times
John M. Niles and Gideon Welles
Funny Fight for a Post-office
Thomas H. Benton and Duff Green in Missouri
St. Louis Enquirer
William Cobbett
The Porcupine
Cobbett as a Host
New York American and Charles King
The Providence Journal
Wonderful Change of Base on the Tariff Question
New York Albion
Organs of other Nations in the United States
The Poets as Journalists
Stop my Paper!
Fashionable Journalism
The Louisville Journal
George D. Prentice and John Greenleaf Whittier
The Courier-Journal
Henry Watterson
The Wits of the Press
The Initial Sheet west of Albany
John I. Mumford
Fanny Wright
Opinion of Richard Cobden, etc.
Special or Class Journalism
Organs of the Farmers
Number of Agricultural Newspapers
What they have accomplished
Commercial and Financial Press
Origin of the Boston Commercial Bulletin
Its Character and Value
The Sunday Newspapers
What are they?
The Sporting Press
What it has done for the Turf and the Field
The Telegraph Organs
Our Society Journals
The Blanket Sheets of New York
The Morning Courier and New York Enquirer
James Watson Webb
Newspaper Enterprise
Size of the Sheets
The Quadruple Constellation
The Graves and Cilley Duel
Colonel Webb and Duff Green
The Woods Riot
The Marshall Duel
Sentence of Colonel Webb
The Bankrupt Act
William L. Marcy and James Gordon Bennett
The Mackenzie Pamphlet
The Editor of the Courier as a Diplomat
Webb and Napoleon
The Journal of Commerce
Its Origin
David Hale and Gerard Hallock
News Schooners and Pony Expresses
Abolition Riots in New York
Lewis Tappan's Escape
Origin of the Associated Press
The Rebellion
The Bogus Proclamation
Suspension of New York Papers
The Present Manager and Editor of the Journal of Commerce
Some of the Boston Newspapers
The Boston Daily Advertiser
Horatio Biglow and Nathan Hale
The first Daily Newspaper in New England
Origin of Editorial Articles
North American Review
The Evening Traveller
Its Introduction to News-boys
The Boston Courier
Joseph Tinker Buckingham
New England Galaxy
The Transcript
The Liberator
William Lloyd Garrison
Old Files of Newspapers
The Boston Pilot
Charles G. Greene
``All Sorts'' of Wit
The Atlas
Richard Haughton and John H. Eastburn
Samuel Bowles, of Springfield
The Mercantile Journal
The stunning News Placards
The Herald
The last Newspaper Enterprise
The Globe
Anti-Masonry and Nullification
Thurlow Weed and the Albany Evening Journal
The Anti-Masonic Party
Seward, Weed & Co.
Who wrote the Junius Letters?
The Roorback Hoax
The Nashville Union
Duels and Offices
The Charleston (S. C.) Mercury
The chief Organ of the Nullifiers and Secessionists
More Duels
Nice Points of Honor
The Code
The ``Independence'' of the Press
The Tariff Question
The Beginning of the Newspaper Revolution
Size of Newspapers in 1832
Waste of Space
Smaller Papers
The New York Globe
James Gordon Bennett
Signs of a Change
The Pennsylvanian
The Mackenzie Pamphlet
The Hoyt, Van Buren, and Bennett Correspondence
Inside View of the Party Press
Blair's Opinion of Bennett
Opposition of Politicians
Incoming of the Independent Press
Seward, Weed, and Greeley
The Penny Press
Where did it originate?
The Cent of Philadelphia
The Morning Post of New York
Its Failure
Dr. Horatio D. Shepard and Horace Greeley
The New York Sun
Its Success
Speech of its Originator
Contents of the first Number
The Moon Hoax
Richard Adams Locke
The Man without a Country
Enterprise of the Sun
Opinion of a ``Blanket Sheet'' on the Cheap Press
The Citizen and Miles O'Reilly
The New York Herald
James Gordon Bennett, Senior
Newspaper Autobiography
His Prospectus
What he promised to do
How he started the Herald
It came with Steam-boats and Railroads
Origin of the Money Articles
News Agencies and News Companies
Burned out
Another Prospectus
Ocean Steam Navigation
The Extradition Treaty
The Cash System
Sam. Houston and Texas
Amos Kendall and Nicholas Biddle
Personal Assaults
Illustrations and War Maps
The Religious Anniversary Meetings
Opposition of the Clergy
Harbor News Arrangements
Visit to Europe
European Correspondence
The Harrison Hard-Cider Campaign
More of the New York Herald
The great Moral War
Tremendous Struggle between the old and new Class of Journals
The Forces in the Field
The curious Result
John Howard Payne
Attempted Assassination
An Infernal Machine
New Mode of Advertising
Interesting Incidents
The Mexican War
Overland Expresses
Discovery of Gold in California
Silver Plate to Mr. Bennett
Libel Suits
The Policy of the Herald
Obituary Notices
Curious Incident with Sir Henry Bulwer
Style of Editorials
The Telegraphic Era
The Great Rebellion
The Herald War Correspondents
News from the South
Letter from Secretary Stanton
The French Mission
What did Pierce, Buchanan, and Lincoln do?
Death of the Founder of the Herald
Cheap Press in New York
James Gordon Bennett, Jr.
Wonderful Enterprise in Europe and Africa
The Anglo-Abyssinian Expedition
The News Steam Yachts
The Herald Exploring Expeditions in Africa
What next?
Newspapers in New Orleans and Mobile
The Initial Papers of the Crescent City
Journalism in French and English
New Orleans Bee
The Picayune
George Wilkins Kendall
War Correspondence from Mexico
Decline of Journalism in New Orleans
Its Cause
Newspaper Architecture
The first Paper in Mobile
Newspapers in that City
The first Penny Paper
The Register and John Forsyth
Female Journalists
The Ladies' Magazine
The Lowell Offering
Early Female Periodical Writers
Sarah Josepha Hale
The Woman's Rights Movement
The Revolution
The Sorosis
Woman's Journal
Woodhull & Claffin's Weekly
The True Woman
Free Love
Female Suffrage
The Troubles of the Reformers
The Cheap Press in Philadelphia and Baltimore
The Public Ledger of Philadelphia
The Sun of Baltimore
Swain, Abell, and Simmons
Their wonderful Success
The way George W. Childs purchased the Ledger
His manifest Destiny
His Management of the Paper
The splendid Ledger Building
Anecdotes of Swain and Childs
Political Hoax
``The Pen is mightier than the Sword''
The Ledger Almanac
The Express Newspaper and the Express Lines
The New York Express
Willis Hall and James Brooks
The European Correspondent
The Man with the big Hat
Erastus Brooks
The Express Lines
Harnden, Adams, Dinsmore, and Sanford
Importance of the Expresses to Newspaper Publishers
The New York Tribune
Horace Greeley
What he has done in Journalism
The Daily Tribune
The Weekly Tribune
Inducements to Subscribers
Associated Ownership
Circulation and Advertisements
The Isms of the Tribune
Contests with the Herald
The Great Halifax Express
The Atlantic Ocean Express
The Firm of Seward, Weed, and Greeley
Its Dissolution
Greeley before a Parliamentary Committee
His Slap at the Herald
The Kansas Question
``Just once''
What it costs to publish the Tribune
Managing Editors
Interviewing and its Advantages
The Inititial Editors
Greeley's Penmanship
Thirty Years in the Tribune
Tour through the South
Aspirations for the Presidency
Nomination for the White House
Withdrawal from the Tribune
Newspaper Almanacs
All Sorts of Political Papers
The first Newspaper in Tennessee
The Knoxville Whig
Parson Brownlow and Andrew Johnson
The Albany Register
The Plebeian, New Era, Morning News, Globe, and Aurora
Slamm, Bang & Co.
The Republic
Chevalier Wikoff and Duff Green
The Albany Atlas
The War of the Roses
The Springfield Republican
Samuel Bowles
Arrest in New York
Controversy with David Dudley Field
The first Journal in the Oil Regions
Cheap Literature
Novels made into News and sold by News-boys
The Brother Jonathan and New World
The Boston Notion
Competition for the last Novel by the last Steamer
Dickens's American Notes and the Queen's Speech
Effect of the Copyright Law in Canada
Newspapers on the Pacific
The Flumgudgeon Gazette, of Oregon
Stevenson's Expedition
Type and Presses go with the Troops
The Discovery of Gold
Specimens sent to the New York Herald
Tremendous Gold Excitement
How Newspapers in California originated
Eastern Journals in the Mines
How early News from California was obtained
The Present
The Future
The Telegraphic Era
Various Modes of transmitting Intelligence for Newspapers
Carrier Pigeons and Balloons
Introduction of the Telegraph
Its Struggles
Opinion of a Wall-Street Millionaire
Nomination of Silas Wright
Influence of the Telegraph on the Press
Curious Prediction of Lamartine
The Battles in Mexico
Marvelous Progress
The Battles in Europe
Affairs of the World daily Electrotyped for the Journalist
Balloons as News and Mail Carriers from Paris
The Lightning Express Lines
The New York Associated Press
Its Origin
Its Necessity
Its Object
Its Operations
War with the Telegraph Companies
Attempt at Monopoly
Lease of the Newfoundland Line
Intercepting Steamers off Halifax and Cape Race
Will the Association be a permanent Institution?
The New York Times
How it originated
Negotiations on the Ice
The Tilsit Raft of the Times
Henry J. Raymond its Editor
His Ability as a Reporter
His early Career in Politics
Why he was called ``Little Villain''
Horace Greeley
Trouble with James Watson Webb
Threatened Duel with Thomas Francis Meagher
Sharp Controversy with Archbishop Hughes
The Elbows of the Mincio
The Draft Riots
Fortifying Newspaper Offices
Manners in Journalism
Sudden Death of Mr. Raymond
Henry Ward Beecher's Eulogy
The new Management of the Times
George Jones
The Gold Speculations of 1869
John Bigelow
The War on the Tammany Ring
Its great and important Result
The New York Ledger
Its Origin
Its first Name
Curious Names of Papers
Why Bonner bought the Ledger
How he brought it into Notice
Mrs. Sigourney the first Contributor
Who writes for the Ledger?
Bonner's Advertisements
How he managed the Herald
His System
Anxiety of his Pastor
Novels by Telegraph
Interesting Incident
Correspondence with General Grant and Henry Ward Beecher
His Horses
His Country Seat and the Fever and Ague
The Circulation of the Ledger
The Press Clubs and Associations
Origin of the Press Club of New York
Kossuth's Reception and Speech
The Dickens Banquet
Speeches of Greeley, Dickens, Raymond, Curtis, and Hawley
The Press Social Associations in the Country
What they do
No Connection with the News Associations
The New York World
How it was Started
Its religious Character
Two hundred thousand Dollars lost in the Enterprise
Its Change of Base
Its Union with the Courier and Enquirer
The Bogus Proclamation
Suspension of the World by the Government
Its Reappearance and Manifesto
Repudiation of Seymour and Blair
The Literary Character of the Paper
Its Enterprise
Manton Marble, its Editor
The New York Sun
Its modern Character
Its Sale to Charles A. Dana and Associates
It is no longer a Penny Paper
Who is Editor Dana?
His Connection with the Tribune
Assistant Secretary of War
Editor of the Chicago Republican
Editor of the New York Sun
Trouble with John Russell Young
Circulation of the Sun
Its Platform
Marriages, Divorces, Births, and Deaths
Summoned before Congress
The Comic Papers
Their Failure in the United States and Success in Europe
The Cause
Wit and Humor here and elsewhere
Mark Twain on Artemus Ward
Interview with Petroleum V. Nasby
What one Humorist says of another
Abundance of Wit in America
The Press in Congress
Journalists in the Senate and House of Representatives
Newspaper Representatives in the national Capital
The two Congresses
Editors as M.C.'s, Correspondents, and Reporters
The Illustrated Newspapers
News pictorially reported and described
Wood-engraving in the United States
Harper's Family Bible
The first Illustrated Newspapers
Frank Leslie's Illustrated News, Harper's Weekly, and Harper's Bazar
Sinclair's PhotoZinco
The new Art
Exchange of Engravings
Our National Gallery
The Transient Press
Newspapers in the Army and Navy
Newspapers in Colleges
The Schools of Journalism
Newspapers with the Troops in the Field
Amateur Journalism
The Avant Coureurs of America
The War Correspondents
What have they accomplished?
Their Labors and Dangers
Their Capture and Imprisonment
Journalists in Action
What is thought of them
They are the Historians of the great Conflicts of the World
The Rebellion
The Abyssinian Expedition
The Franco-German War
The Search for Living-stone
The Reporters of the Press
Their early Struggles in reporting Speeches and Debates
The Revolution
Value of Reports
Number of Reporters
The Copyright in News
What Protection has a Newspaper with its News?
Colonel Thomas H. Benton's Lecture
Weekly Papers entered at the Office of the Librarian
The Proposed International Copyright Treaty of 1853
Important Lawsuits
The real Copyright in News
What is it?
The new Copyright Treaty
The first Advertisement
Annual Value of a Column of Advertisements
The professional Advertisement Writer
Various Modes of Advertisements
Placards on the Face of Nature
Curious Advertisements
The Spread of Religion by Advertisements
The Philosophy of the Business
The Advertising Agencies
Their Expansion
The Mottoes of the Press
Are they the Editors' Platforms of Principles?
Specimen Mottoes
The Pope's Motto for Journalists
The Law of Libel
Trials and Responsibilities of the Press
What is the Law of Libel?
Interesting and instructive Cases
The editorial Right to criticise
The Suits of J. Fenimore Cooper, Charles Reade, and George Augustus Sala
The Russian Law
Eating his own Words
The Emperor of Germany and the Press
`The Organic Law of the United States
The Cash Value of Newspapers
Values in the United States
Sale of the Bulletin in Philadelphia at Public Auction
Offers for the New York Herald and Times
Millionaires in Newspapers and Dry Goods
The Duels of Editors
Assaults and Assassinations
The Code of Honor among Journalists
Several extraordinary Duels
State of Feeling at the South since the Rebellion
The End
Statistics of the Press in the United States
Our Progress
Newspapers a Half Century old
Number of Periodicals in the World
The Future
Horace Greeley's Return to the Tribune after the Presidential Election of November, 1872
His Death
The new Editor of the New Orleans Picayune
Change in the Form of the St. Louis Republican

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