The Louisville gazette and republican trumpet. (Louisville, Ga.) 1800-1809
Place of Publication:
- Louisville, Jefferson county
Dates of publication:
- Ceased in 1809?
- Vol. 2, no. 65 (Apr. 29, 1800)-
- Georgia--Jefferson County.--fast--(OCoLC)fst01218098
- Jefferson County (Ga.)--Newspapers.
- Louisville (Ga.)--Newspapers.
- Imprint varies: Ambrose Day & James Hely, <1802>; Printed and published, by Day & Hely, for Abner Hammond, <1803>; Ambrose Day, <1807>.
- Printers: Ambrose Day & James Hely, <1802-1803>; Ambrose Day, <1807>.
The Louisville gazette and republican trumpet. April 29, 1800
The Louisville Gazette, established in 1799 by editor Ambrose Day, is the second newspaper in the city's history. James Hely partnered with Day in 1800 and they changed the publication's name to the Louisville Gazette and Republican Trumpet. The paper supported the politics of Jeffersonian Democracy in the early nineteenth century. The publication's title reverted to the Louisville Gazette in 1810 and the paper ceased publication the following year.