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VOL I, No. 1
Hagerstown, Maryland - Tuesday, June 18, 2019
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 2 Jul 1845   HF  2G HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE! (LOCAL PLANS TO EULOGIZE GEN JACKSON).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3A FOURTH OF JULY. (CELEBRATION IN HAGERSTOWN).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3A THE MECHANICS' BAND. (HAGERSTOWN MECHANICS BAND WILL PERFORM IN HARRISBURG).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3B CONGRESSIONAL NOMINATION. (WHIG CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION IN HAGERSTOWN).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3C SO IT HAS BEEN...(EDIT-MAIL STATES THAT WHIGS HAVE REPLACED DEMOCRATS IN COUNTY POSITIONS).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3C MESSRS WARD & GIBBONS...(IMPROVED PERFORMANCE IN FREDERICK).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3C THE FREDERICK CITIZEN...(JOHN W. BAUGHMAN HAS TAKEN OVER THE NEWSPAPER).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3D NEXT WEEK...(HERALD WILL APPEAR IN A NEW TYPE FACE).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3D THE HAGERS-TOWN CADETS. (GROUP HAS BEEN RE-ORGANIZED AND IMPROVED).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3D DIED. (GEORGE NEWCOMER OBITUARY).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3D COMMERCIAL RECORD. (HAGERS-TOWN MARKETS).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3D TAX NOTICE. (BENJAMIN SWINGLEY'S BOND AS TAX COLLECTOR IS IN SUIT FOR BACK TAXES).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3E COUNTY AND STATE TAXES. (STATE AND COUNTY TAXES FOR 1845 ARE NOW DUE).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3E BLINDNESS CURED! (AD-DR. WILLIAM FIELDS WILL BE IN HAGERSTOWN TO CURE BLINDNESS).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3E TO THOSE WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! (LGL NOTICE-LOOKING FOR CHARLES BYRNES' HEIRS).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3E PIANO FOR SALE. (AD-NEW SEVEN OCTAVE PIANO FORTE AT S. M. PISER & CO.).
 2 Jul 1845   HF  3E SHERIFF'S SALE. (LGL NOTICE-ADAM TROUP VS. JOHN MASTERS).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  2E FUNERAL PROCESSION. (PROCESSION TO HONOR DEATH OF ANDREW JACKSON TO BE HELD IN HAGERSTOWN).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3A OUR PAPER AND ITS NEW DRESS. (HERALD OF FREEDOM'S NEW APPEARANCE).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3A CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. (EDIT-CALLING UPON WHIGS OF COUNTY TO ELECTION VICTORY).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3A THE PRICE OF WHEAT. (MILLERS IN AREA ARE CONTRACTING FOR 81 CENTS PER BUSHEL).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3B THE FOURTH OF JULY. (COUNTY CELEBRATIONS).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3B DEATH OF FLIES. (REPORTS OF LARGE NUMBERS OF FLIES DYING IN REGION).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3E THE REMOVAL OF MR. NEILL. (EDIT-LOCOFOCOS REPLACE NEILL AS U. S. MAIL AGENT ON RAIL LINE).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3E FOR THE HERALD OF FREEDOM. (LTR-SAMPLE OF CAPT. DAVID W. NAILL'S WHEAT CROP).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3E MARRIED. (LOCHER-ORRICK).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3E DIED. (MRS. ELIZABETH GAITHER DETAILED OBITUARY).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3E COMMERCIAL RECORD. (HAGERS-TOWN MARKETS).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3E NOTICE. (NOTICE OF MEETING OF JUNIOR FIRE COMPANY).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3E CONSTABLE'S SALE. (LGL NOTICE-VARIOUS LAWSUITS).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3E CONSTABLE'S SALE. (LGL NOTICE-MICHAEL L. ROSS VS. HENRY AND CHRISTIAN ROHN).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3F POSTPONED SHERIFF'S SALE. (LGL NOTICE-ANDERSON & LYONS VS. DRAPER, BLAIR, AND HOLLY).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3F INSOLVENT'S NOTICE. (LGL NOTICE-JOHN A. WROE INSOLVENCY CASE).
 9 Jul 1845   HF  3F COUPONS. (TAX COUPONS AVAILABLE AT JOSEPH NEWCOMER'S STORE).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2A DISTRICT MEETINGS. (WHIG PRIMARY MEETINGS WILL BE HELD ON AUG 2 TO NOMINATE DELEGATES TO CONVENTION).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2A ALMOST CERTAIN. (EDIT-'HERALD' DEFENDS WASH CO WHIGS FROM FREDERICK 'CITIZEN'S' REMARKS).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2A THE INTEREST ON TAXATION. (THE ISSUE OF TAX COLLECTORS AND INTEREST).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2B JUSTICE KLOZ. (EDIT-HERALD DEFENDS MR. KLOZ FROM THE MAIL'S REMARK'S).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2B LET IT NEVER... (EDIT-MAIL MAKES DEROGATORY COMMENT AGAINST MR. BRENGLE).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2C UNFORTUNATE. (JOHN C. LANE BROKE HIS LEG WHILE WRESTLING FOR AMUSEMENT).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2C COMPLIMENTARY. (TOASTS MADE TO LOCAL VOLUNTEER TROOPS).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2C SUICIDE. (PETER FEIGLEY HANGED HIMSELF IN HIS STABLE).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2C DIVORCE CASE. (GOV. THOMAS HAS FILED FOR DIVORCE IN FREDERICK COUNTY COURT).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2C GREAT HEAT. (IN HAGERSTOWN ON SATURDAY THE TEMPERATURE WAS 95 DEGREES).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2C MR. DAVID HEDRICK...(FORMER WASHINGTON COUNTIAN HAS BEEN APPOINTED DEPUTY COLLECTOR OF PORT OF GEORGETOWN).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2C MR. JACOB BARINGER, JR...(BARINGER DROWNED IN CLAGETT'S MILL DAM).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2C THE CANAL. (REPAIRS HAVE BEEN MADE AND THE WATER LET IN).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2C THOMAS J. MCKAIG...(MCKAIG OF ALLEGANY CO DECLINES CANDIDACY FOR CONGRESS).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2C CORRESPONDENCE OF THE HERALD...(LTR-REPORT ON COMMENCEMENT AT DICKINSON COLLEGE).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2D FOR THE HERALD OF FREEDOM. (LTR-CLEANING INFECTED GRAIN).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2G DIED. (ROLLA BOWIE FRENCH OBITUARY).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  2G DIED. (JOSEPH FEYHL OBITUARY).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  3A BENJAMIN A. GARLINGER...(AUTHORIZED NEWS AGENT AT SMITHSBURG).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  3A AFTER HARVEST. (EDITORS ARE WAITING FOR PROMISED SUBSCRIPTION PAYMENTS).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  3A OUR NEW MINISTER TO ENGLAND. (LOUIS MCLANE).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  3C THE FUNERAL PROCESSION. (ACCOUNT OF THE FUNERAL PROCESSION HONORING GEN. ANDREW JACKSON).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  3C COMMERCIAL RECORD. (HAGERS-TOWN MARKETS).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  3D CAUTION. (CHRISTIAN BAIR WILL NOT HONOR CATHARINE BAIR'S DEBTS).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  3D ROAD NOTICE. (APPLICATION TO CHANGE ROAD LOCATED OFF OF GREENCASTLE ROAD).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  3D CORONER'S SALE. (LGL NOTICE-DAVID T. WILSON VS. EDWARD W. BEATTY).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  3D A CARD. (EDIT-MAIL CONTRADICTIONS REGARDING C. W. L. J. KLOZ).
 16 Jul 1845   HF  3D CORPORATION NOTICE. (HAGERSTOWN GOVT ASKS ALL TO DRAIN STAGNANT WATER).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  1A CUMBERLAND COALS. (JOSIAH WILLIAMS DECLARES CUMBERLAND COAL EQUAL TO WELSH COALS).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  1B THE THOMAS DIVORCE CASE. (EX-GOV FRANCIS THOMAS' DIVORCE CASE).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2A TAX PAYERS...(AD-COUPONS, TEXT BOXES AND STATIONERY SOLD AT NEWS OFFICE).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2A THE HOT WEATHER. (99 DEGREES IN HAGERSTOWN AND 100 DEGREES IN FREDERICK).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2A THE ATTICA...(EDIT-ATTICA NY DEMOCRAT SAYS JOHN H. STEELE'S HIDE IS NOT WORTH $4).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2C THE LATE DROUGTH...(COUNTY CROPS MAY BE AFFECTED).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2C THE CANADA THISTLE...(MAY BE IN WASHINGTON COUNTY FIELDS).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2C LET OUR BOYS LOOK OUT...(10 TO 12 RUNAWAY NEGROES FROM LOWER COUNTIES ON THE WAY TO PA).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2C IT IS RUMORED...(JAMES BUCHANAN HAS RESIGNED AS SECRETARY OF STATE).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2C MR. DAVID HEDRICK...(APPOINTED DEPUTY COLLECTOR OF THE PORT OF GEORGETOWN).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2D LOCAL. (JNO. MOODY WAS ARRESTED FOR AN ASSAULT ON A SON OF DR. MACGILL).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2D PUT UP. (JACOB DEARLY BECAME DRUNK WHILE PARTICIPATING IN GEN. JACKSON MEMORIAL HONORS).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2D ANOTHER. (JACOB STAUBS WAS ARRESTED FOR DRUNKENESS).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2D DRUNKENESS. (UNUSUALLY HIGH INCIDENCE OF DRUNKENNESS IN HAGERSTOWN).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2D CAMP MEETING. (CHURCH OF GOD CAMP MEETING TO BE HELD AT RINGGOLD'S MANOR).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2D STRAWBERRY PLANTS. (AD-SUPERIOR QUALITY SOLD BY CHAS. ROUX).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2E COUPONS! (AD-TAX-PAYERS CAN SAVE 15 TO 20 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2E STRAYED. (AD-SMALL BRINDLE COW BELONGING TO NIMROD MYERS).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2E TEN DOLLARS REWARD. (AD-REWARD FOR THE RETURN OF A STOLEN HORSE WAGON).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2E DR. GIDEON B. SMITH'S...(AD-REMEDY FOR WHOOPING COUGH AND ASTHMA SOLD LOCALLY).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2E LOTTERY!! (AD-O. P. MACGILL'S LOTTERY AND EXCHANGE OFFICE).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2E TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT...(AD-SOLD LOCALLY).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  2E ROAD NOTICE. (APPLICATION FOR CHANGING A PART OF OLD GREENCASTLE ROAD GOING TO WAYNESBORO ROAD).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3A POSTPONED. (LGL NOTICE-SHERIFF'S SALE OF C&O CANAL COMPANY ITEMS POSTPONED).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3A SHERIFF'S SALE. (LGL NOTICE-LAWSUITS AGAINST BENJAMIN LANCASTER).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3A SHERIFF'S SALE. (LGL NOTICE-JNO. BYERS VS. DAVID FILION).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3A EXAMINER'S NOTICE. (ENQUIRY INTO THE NEED TO CHANGE PART OF THE ROAD TO UNION SCHOOL HOUSE).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3A EXAMINER'S NOTICE. (ENQUIRY INTO THE NEED TO OPEN A ROAD BEGINNING AT CHRISTIAN EAKLE'S POND).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3A ALL KINDS OF PRINTING...(AD-COLORED PRINTING DONE AT THE NEWS OFFICE).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3A SOME OF THAT SAME...(AD-CHEWING TOBACCO SOLD BY GEORGE BENDER).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3B EXAMINER'S NOTICE. (ENQUIRY INTO THE NEED FOR A NEW ROAD BEGINNING ON OLD HARPERS FERRY RD).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3B EXAMINERS NOTICE. (ENQUIRY INTO THE BUILDING OF A ROAD NEAR JESSE BLAIR'S AND GEORGE GEHR'S LANDS).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3B FOR SALE. (AD-SEED WHEAT SOLD BY JEREMIAH HUYETT).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3B COUPONS! (AD-VISIT JOSEPH NEWCOMER FOR TAX PAYER COUPONS).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3B FIRST RATE SUGAR...(AD-SUGAR FOR A FIP AT G. A. BENDER'S).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3B POVERTY HOLLOW...(AD-CHRISTIAN LONG, WAGON MAKER).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3B STRAYED. (AD-REWARD GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ON BAY HORSE AND MARE BELONGING TO EDWARD WATKINS).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3B DON'T YOU HEAR IT ROAR. (AD-ELIE MOBLEY CONTINUES THE BUSINESS OF COACH MAKING AND BLACKSMITHING).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3B THOMAS GEARY...(AD-LATEST PARIS AND NEW YORK FASHIONS).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3C MOST IMPORTANT NEWS...(AD-MISS C. YOUNG WILL INSTRUCT LADIES IN DRESS AND CORSET CUTTING).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3C STRAYS. (FOUR STEERS FOUND BY JOSEPH WATSON).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3C GEORGE G. BRENDEL...(AD-OFFERS HIS SERVICES AS A COLLECTOR).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3C SECOND SUPPLY. (AD-GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, DISHES, CEDAR WARE, SOLD BY GEO. KEALHOFER'S).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3C DR. N. BRUCE SCOTT. (AD-TENDERS SERVICES TO HAGERSTOWN AND VICINITY).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3C TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. (TAX COLLECTOR WILL CALL ON THOSE OWING TAXES).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3D LADIES AND GENTLEMEN...(AD-FREEMAN'S CHEAP SHOESHOP).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3D SECOND SUPPLY...(AD-CHARLES OGILBY DRY GOODS).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3D TAX NOTICE. (NOTICE TO PAY TAXES UNDER BENJ. SWINGLEY'S BOND).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3D LADIES LOOK AT THIS. (AD-LARGE STOCK OF LADIES' SLIPPERS AT SMALL & RENCH).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3D REMOVAL. (AD-ELIE KREIG HAS MOVED HIS HAT SHOP).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3D FRESH FRUIT. (AD-G. A. BENDER).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3D JUST RECEIVED...(AD-OIL CLOTH CAPS AT ARNOLD & LEVI).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3E INGMAN'S WASHINGTON SALOON...(AD-CHOICE LIQUOR AND CIGARS).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3E MISS L. COOPER...(AD-MILLINERY).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3E LADIES TAKE NOTICE. (AD-HENRIETTA BETTS, MILLINER).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3E HAGERSTOWN FOUNDRY...(AD-JAMES R. JONES, HAGERSTOWN FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3E THE TROUBLE ENDED. (AD-HEMINGWAY'S PATENT FOR PREVENTION OF SMOKING CHIMNEYS).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  3E BLANK BOOKS...(AD-FOR SALE AT NEWS OFFICE).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4A HARVEST TIMES. (F. & G. FECHTIG DRY GOODS).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4A LOST. (POCKET BOOK LOST BETWEEN CLAGETT'S MILL AND HAGERSTOWN).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4A POSTPONED SHERIFF'S SALE. (LGL NOTICE-ANDERSON & LYONS VS. DRAPER, BLAIR AND HOLLY).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4A CORPORATION NOTICE. (HAGERSTOWN GOV'T INVOKES STATE LAW FOR PUBLIC SANITATION).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4A DR. JOHN SEIBERT...(AD-TENDERS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO HAGERSTOWN AND VICINITY).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4B REMOVAL. (AD-B. F. POFFINBERGER HAS MOVED HIS TAILOR SHOP TO A ROOM ABOVE BELL'S PRINTING OFFICE).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4B PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION. (AD-WILLIAM HULSE, TAILOR).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4B CHEAP GROCERIES. (AD-BEST RIO COFFEE AT G. KEALHOFER'S).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4B HIGHLY IMPORTANT. (AD-P. HAMMER, TAILOR).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4B SECOND EXTENSIVE SUPPLY...(AD-ARNOLD & LEVI DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4C FRESH FRUIT. (AD-GEO. KEALHOFER'S STORE).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4C DR. WICKEY'S CELEBRATED CHOLERA...(AD-REMEDY MANUFACTURED BY DAVID BELL).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4C J. B. HALL...(AD-ATTORNEY AT LAW HAS REMOVED TO W. WASHINGTON STREET).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4C OLD STAND REVIVED! (AD-JOSEPH SHAFFER TAKES OVER G. A. BENDER'S STAND).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4C OFFICIAL. (AD-SAMUEL L. KING COACHMAKER).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4C QUEENSWARE...(AD-FOR SALE BY G. A. BENDER).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4C HEAD QUARTERS. (AD-WAGON WORK AND BLACKSMITHING BY WM. MARR).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4C ALL KINDS OF LOAF SUGAR...(AD-SOLD BY G. A. BENDER).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4C AUCTIONEERING. (AD-SAMUEL MENTZER, AUCTIONEER).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4C 500 BUSHELS OF STONE COAL...(AD-ENQUIRE OF THE PRINTER).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4D DR. JAMES WILLARD...(AD-TENDERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4D BOOT & SHOE MAKING...(AD-J. F. SNOOK SHARES SHOP WITH Z. B. CLARK).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4D TOBACCO AND CIGARS. (AD-GEORGE KEALHOFER'S).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4D RAGS! RAGS!! RAGS!!! (AD-HIGHEST CASH PRICE GIVEN BY NEWS OFFICE).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4D TO THE BOOT AND SHOE...(AD-WILLIAM KNODLE HAS NEW SHOP NEAR THE MARKET HOUSE).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4D ICE CREAMS...(AD-LEMONADES AND OTHER REFRESHMENTS AT INGMAN'S SALOON).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4D DR. LOUIS R. FECHTIG...(AD-OFFERS HIS SERVICES TO HAGERSTOWN AND VICINITY).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4D THE MERCHANTS' FIRE...(AD-MERCHANTS' FIRE INSURANCE CO. IS TAKING APPLICATIONS IN HAGERSTOWN AND VICINITY).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4D SHAD AT 10 CTS...(AD-SHAD AND HERRING SOLD BY ARNOLD & LEVI).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4D JUST FROM THE CITIES...(AD-LATEST SHOE FASHIONS FROM THE CITY AT SMALL & RENCH).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4E SOMETHING STRANGE. (AD-PATENT MEDICINES SOLD AT NEWS OFFICE).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4E POUGHKEEPSIE ALE...(AD-ALE, PORTER, POP SOLD BY GEORGE KEALHOFER).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4E GEO. BENDER...(AD-CHEAPEST FISHING TACKLE AND HOOKS).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4E SAMUEL BLOOM...(AD-FURNITURE MAKER).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4E GREAT ATTRACTION! (AD-MEN'S, WOMEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S SHOES AT MCCARTY'S).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4E GOODYEAR'S PATENT RUBBER SHOES. (AD-SOLD BY SMALL & RENCH).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4E DR. WILLIAM RAGAN...(AD-TENDERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4E CARPENTERS...(AD-REMEDIES SOLD BY H. P. AUGHINBAUGH).
 19 Jul 1845   NEWS  4E WILLIAM MOTTER...(AD-ATTORNEY AT LAW).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  2E WHIG RETRENCHMENT. (EDIT-COMMISSIONERS HAS SAVED 50% ON PRINTING COSTS PER WHIG LEGISLATION).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  2F LOCAL GATHERINGS. (DISORDERLY CONDUCT OCCURRED THE DAY OF JACKSON'S FUNERAL PROCESSION IN HAGERSTOWN).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  2G THUNDER STORMS. (HEAVY THUNDER STORM IN HAGERSTOWN AREA RESULTING IN PROPERTY DAMAGE).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  2G THE WEATHER. (UNUSUALLY HOT IN WASHINGTON COUNTY).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  2G THE CORN CROP. (SEVERE DROUGHT HAS SERIOUSLY INJURED COUNT CROPS).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  3A TRY THE WHIGS OF WASHINGTON...(WHIG DISTRICT MEETINGS HAVE BEEN POSTPONED).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  3A COMMERCIAL RECORD. (HAGERS-TOWN MARKETS).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  3A CABINET MAKING. (AD-JOHN HENNEBERGER, CABINETMAKER).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  3B A CARD. (SMITHSBURG ARTILLERISTS THANK HAGERSTOWN CADETS FOR KINDNESS).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  3B A CARD. (WASHINGTON RIFLEMEN THANK HAGERSTOWNIANS FOR KINDNESS).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  3B A NEW SUPPLY OF GOOD...(AD-BLACK INK FOR SALE IN VARIOUS QUANTITIES).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  3B EXAMINERS' NOTICE. (ENQUIRY INTO THE NEED FOR CHANGE TO PART OF ROAD LEADING FROM UNION SCHOOL-HOUSE).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  3B EXAMINERS' NOTICE. (ENQUIRY INTO THE NEED FOR NEW ROAD BEGINNING NEAR CHRISTIAN EAKLE'S POND).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  3B EXAMINERS' NOTICE. (ENQUIRY INTO THE NEED FOR A NEW ROAD BEGINNING AT MARTIN EAKLE'S MILL).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  3B POSTPONED. (LGL NOTICE-SHERIFF'S SALE AT THE SUIT OF JOHN HIMES).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  3B SHERIFF'S SALE. (LGL NOTICE-JNO. BYERS VS. DAVID FILSON).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  3B SHERIFF'S SALE. (LGL NOTICE-VARIOUS LAWSUITS).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  3C EXAMINERS' NOTICE. (ENQUIRY INTO NEED FOR NEW ROAD BEGINNING AT JESSE BLAIR'S BOUNDARY).
 23 Jul 1845   HF  3C INSOLVENT'S NOTICE. (LGL NOTICE-RICHARD CHASE PETITIONS FOR INSOLVENCY).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  2D COMMERCIAL RECORD. (HAGERS-TOWN MARKETS).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  2E FOR THE HERALD OF FREEDOM. (LTR-THE TARIFF ISSUE).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  2E MARRIED. (DOUGHERTY-PALMER).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  2E MARRIED. (GEARY-IRWIN).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  2E CAMP MEETING. (CHURCH OF GOD WILL HOLD CAMP MEETING AT RINGGOLD'S MANOR).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  2E RELIGIOUS NOTICE. (NEW EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH NEAR BEAVER CREEK WILL BE DEDICATED
 30 Jul 1845   HF  2E SINGING SCHOOL. (MR. KENDELL WILL HOLD SINGING SCHOOL IN LUTHERAN LECTURE ROOM).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  2E THOMPSON'S COMPOUND SYRUP...(AD-REMEDIES AT V. THOMSON'S DRUG STORE).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  2F DISTRICT MEETINGS, &C. (RALLY WHIGS TO AUGUST 9TH MEETING).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  2F CONGRESSIONAL SPECULATIONS. (EDIT-POSSIBLE WHIG CANDIDATES).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  3A CHESAPEAKE & OHIO CANAL COMPANY. (OFFICERS REELECTED AT MEETING IN FREDERICK).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  3A MARYLAND MARBLE. (EDITOR OF CUMBERLAND CIVILIAN WAS GIVEN SAMPLE OF CUMBERLAND QUARRIED MARBLE).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  3A BARN BURNT. (MR. F. SUMMERS' BARN BURNED IN CATOCTIN VALLEY).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  3A ANDREW KERSHNER...(TORCH CORRESPONDENT NAMES KERSHNER A NOMINEE FOR CONGRESS).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  3A THE EXPENSES...(DICKINSON COLLEGE EXPENSES ARE $116 PER YEAR).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  3B A HEAVY YIELD. (JOSEPH L. HUFFER WILL HAVE AN EXTRA LARGE YIELD OF WHEAT).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  3B TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT SELTZER...(AD-REMEDIES SOLD AT V. THOMSON'S DRUG STORE).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  3B DOCTOR GIDSON B. SMITH'S...(AD-WHOOPING COUGH CORDIAL SOLD BY V. THOMSON).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  3B ZOLLICKOFFER'S WORM REMEDY. (AD-SOLD BY V. THOMSON).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  3B MUSIC. (AD-C. W. L. J. CLOZ WILL GIVE INSTRUCTION IN MUSIC).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  3B TO SUPERVISORS. (ROAD SUPERVISORS ARE ASKED TO CLOSE THEIR ACCOUNTS).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  3B HAGERSTOWN ALMANACKS...(AD-1846 ALMANACKS ARE AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH AND GERMAN).
 30 Jul 1845   HF  3C SUMMARY ACCOUNT. (EXPENDITURES AND TAXES LEVIED BY WASH CO COMMISSIONERS FOR 1845).

Newspaper Abbreviations
WCCasket
HMHagerstown Mail
H&TLHerald and Torch Light
HFHerald of Freedom
HF&TLHerald of Freedom and Torch Light
MFPMaryland Free Press
NEWSNews and Hagerstown News
PL&APledge & Advocate of Morals
TLTorch Light
TL&PATorch Light & Public Adviser
WCHWEEKLY CHRONICLE