In the first issue, the young editor of the Juvenile Gazette made clear what he hoped for his periodical and how to subscribe.


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“To the readers,” by Oliver Kendall, jr (from the Juvenile Gazette, November 24, 1827; p. 2 & 3)

In presenting our first No. to the public we cannot but feel grateful for the liberal patronage that has been bestowed upon us, which far exceeds our expectations[.] It will be our constant aim to make our paper both useful and entertaining to all our readers.

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pointing hand It will be remembered that our terms require two cents to be paid on the receipt of this number, which can in no way be deviated from.

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p. 3

NOTICE.

Those who wish to take this paper can leave there [sic] names at O. Kendall's Book Store, 2 Market Sq.

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