National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser Newspaper Abstracts, 1800-1805 - Joan M. Dixon. Covering five years of information, this work contains abstracts from the National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser, the first newspaper printed in Washington D.C. Entries include classified ads, appointments by the president, deaths, legal notices, marriages, miscellaneous notices, congressional lists, runaway slave notices and rewards, tax lists, and many others. The abstracts are a great aid to finding locations, ages, or relationships of relatives in the Baltimore, Washington and Virginia areas. The author has organized the material by year and date to make finding specific days easier. A surname index and a list of abbreviations are also included. Newspapers. (1996), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 316 pp.