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1964
19 x 31 cm.

Reprint limited to 250 copies of the form carried by Lewis and Clark to be presented to friendly Indian chiefs.

March 30, 1827
Volume LVI—No. 15,000
54 x 39 cm., four pages total

Second page, fifth column. "A Giant Tree" discusses a massive Poplar tree, which "stood near Lewis' ferry…Can anyone inform us of its equal?"

July 25, 1823
Vol. VI—No. 302
54 x 39 cm., four pages total

"On the Discontents of Captain Lewis"

March 13, 1818
Vol. I-No. 22
50 x 30 cm., four pages total

First page, fourth column. "Sequel to the Foresters."

August 3, 1808
Vol. XXXVII—No. 1843
50 x 33 cm., four pages total

Third page, first and second column. "Osage Indians," by Meriwether Lewis. Letter pertaining to Lewis's avocation of the Unites States entering a war against the Osage.

August 15, 1807
Whole No. 2439
50 x 34 cm., four pages total

Fourth page, fourth column. "Notice of Proposal and Request for Subscriptions for Lewis's three volume Octavo publication." Dated July 25.

July 7, 1807
No. 5141
52 x 34 cm., four pages total

Fourth page, first column. "Prospectus of Lewis and Clark's Tour to the Pacific Ocean," by M. Lewis.

March 25, 1807
Whole No. 2400
51 x 35 cm., four pages total

Second page, bottom half of the second column. Article discusses Jefferson's nomination to the Senate of William Clark to Lieutenant Colonel.

February 7, 1807
Vol. VIII—No. 412
47 x 28 cm., four pages total

Second page, middle of second column. "House of Representatives" contains a single sentence noting that a Congressional Bill would compensate Lewis and Clark for exploring the interior of…

December 13, 1806
Volume II—No. 17
49 x 29 cm., four pages total

Beginning at the bottom of the fourth column on the second page, and continuing on the next, this article notes the accomplishments of the expedition and says Lewis and Clark "deserve well of their…

December 12, 1806
Vol. III—No. 99
50 x 33 cm., four pages total

First page, second paragraph from the bottom. This article notes the success of Lewis and Clark's expedition.
This article is the same as the one that appeared in The Witness on December 10, 1806.

December 10, 1806
Vol. II—No. 69
48 x 30 cm., four pages total

Third page, third column, fourth paragraph. This article notes the accomplishments of the expedition and describes it as a success.
This is the same article as the one in The Repertory on December…

November 12, 1806
Vol. V—No. 250
47 x 30 cm., four pages total

Third page, top of first column. This single paragraph article announces that Lewis and Clark had arrived in St. Louis. It gives a brief description of the expedition and notes that their journals…

November 8, 1806
Vol. VIII—No. 399
46 x 27 cm., four pages total

Third page, middle of the first column. "Domestic" is an extract of a letter from St. Louis dated September 23, 1806 that announces the arrival of Lewis and Clark in St. Louis.

November 5, 1806
Vol. II—No. 64
48 x 30 cm., four pages total

Second page, third column. "Domestic News" announces that the Lewis and Clark expedition had returned from its journey and arrived in St. Louis. The article briefly describes the expedition and…

November 5, 1806
Whole No. 2,360
51 x 34 cm., four pages total

Second page, first column. This article is an announcement that Lewis and Clark have arrived in St. Louis, and includes a brief description of the expedition.

November 4, 1806
Vol. V—No. 44
31 x 24 cm., eight pages total

Sixth page, halfway down the second column. This article is a part of a letter written to Thomas Jefferson. The letter describes Lewis and Clark's winter at Fort Clatsop and the Columbia River Basin.

October 3, 1806
Volume III—No. 79
50 x 34 cm., four pages total

Second page, third column, top of page. This release announces that "Our New Western Territory" by Lewis, Clark, Sibley, and Dunbar was scheduled for publication.

March 15, 1806
Vol. VII—No. 365
46 x 28 cm., four pages total

First page, bottom of third column. "Ninth Congress: First Session" Letter from Thomas Jefferson describing the early part of the expedition.
This article is the same one that appears in both the…

March 7, 1806
Volume III—No. 19
50 x 34 cm., four pages total

First page, fourth column. The "National Legislature" section contains a letter from Thomas Jefferson describing the progress of Lewis and Clark's expedition.
This article is the same as the one…

March 5, 1806
No. 3, Vol. 45—Whole No. 2291
50 x 34 cm., four pages total

First page, fifth column, fifth paragraph. This letter from Thomas Jefferson describes the progression of Lewis and Clark's expedition including when it began. It also notes that a…

August 13, 1805
Vol. IV—No. 33
29 x 24 cm., eight pages total

Beginning on the third column of the fourth page and continuing on page 261. "A Letter From Captain Merriwether Lewis to the President of the United States," written at Fort Mandan on April 7th,…

January 17, 1805
Volume XXXVII — No. 2471
50 x 30 cm., four pages total.

Second page, second column. "By The Mails" In a letter dated January 7th, it's noted that as of August 19th Capt. Lewis was 850 miles up the Missouri River, and was expected to winter with…

January 16, 1805
No. 41, Vol. 42
50 x 34 cm., four pages total.

Second page, middle of first column. This is a brief announcement that the expedition had made it 850 miles up the Missouri River with no problems, and that the expedition expected to winter with the…

December 7, 1804
Volume XXXVI—No. 2406
53 x 32 cm., four pages total.

Second page, second column. "National Legislature" article details the proceedings from the second session of the Eighth Congress, during which the amelioration of the territorial government…