History of British newspapers - Wikipedia
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Sawing into it six Christmassesago, I came across a fragment of a 1794 newspaper with an account of the lynching of areal-estate speculator in New York City."
---"Fruitcake is Forever," Russell Baker, , December 25, 1983, Section 6(p.
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Randolph's recipe is not at all traditional and is quite quite beside the point."
---, Mary Randolph, facsimile 1824 edition with historical notes and commentaries by Karen Hess [University of South Carolina Press:Columbia SC] 1984 (p.
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The first regular feature comic in an American newspaper was Richard Felton Outcalt's 'Yellow Kid,' who actually first appeared wearing a blue nightshirt in 'Hogan's Alley' in the May 5, 1895 . Critics identified 'The Kid' as a symbol of the exploitative journalism promoted during the publishing war between Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolf Hearst. Ervin Wardman of the subsequently referred to these publications as New York's "yellow press." The first regular feature comic strip in an American newspaper was Rudolph Dirk's 'Katzenjammer Kids,' first appearing in the December 12, 1897 issue of the .
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Size-wise, the largest newspaper published in New York State was an issue of , issued in New York City on July 4, 1859. The press, designed to accommodate the single sheet opening to 100 x 70 inches, broke down during the first print run.