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1789-1868, Le Moniteur Universel
Gazette Nationale ou Le Moniteur Universel: 1789-1868, Paris, var. publishers, lay and official, all published. (This originally private publication
evolved from an earlier publication by Hugues-Bernard Maret, Bulletin del’Assemblée, which published the debates of the first French National
Assembly. It published its first issue on 5 May 1789. On 2 Dec. 1799 Napoleon declared it an official newspaper and considerably limited its political
content. The words “Gazette Nationale” were dropped from the name on 1 Jan. 1811, when it became Le Moniteur Universel. Immediately after the July Revolution
of 1830, Louis Phillipe put the newspaper under the direct control of the ministerial departments. The newspaper Le Moniteur ceased publication on
31 Dec. 1868, when it was superseded as the official governmental journal by the Journal Officiel de la Républic Française. An index and digest of Le
Moniteur for the years 1789-1799 is also offered on this site.)
Title:   Gazette nationale, ou, le moniteur universel : reformatted from the original and including, Le moniteur universel, 1 janv. 1811- 31 déc. 1868.
OCLC Number:   779857078
Available Volumes
NameFiche CountOnlinePaper Backup
1789, May-DecYesNo
1790, Jan-JunYesNo
1790, Jul-DecYesNo
1791, Jan-JunYesNo
1791, Jul-DecYesNo
1792, Jan-JunYesNo
1792, Jul-DecYesNo
1793, Jan-JunYesNo
1793, Jul-DecYesNo
1794YesNo
1795YesNo
1796YesNo
1797YesNo
1798YesNo
1799YesNo
1801YesNo
1802YesNo
1803YesNo
1804YesNo