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I Readers of the Kentucky Gazette, for January 11th, III,
I 1803, noticed an announcement signed by Joseph Charless,   '_’
_ "late of Philadelphia," which stated that he had recently   Q
I arrived in the Bluegrass Capital, and that he had "estab-  
I lished a new printing oflice and book-store on Main Street,  
I between Bradford’s printing oflice and Captain Marshall’s  
I Tavern," where he proposed "to sell books and print a  
I newspaper called The Independent Gazetteer." Francis  
I Peniston, a printer of books and an early newspaper, The  
  Western American at Bardstown, moved to Lexington and  
I ` associated himself with Charless in the operation of his  
I book-store and publishing business.  
I From his printing establishment on West Main Street,  
I between Main Cross (Broadway) and Mill streets, came the If 
  Hrst issue of his newspaper, The Independent Gazetteer, on  
I March 29th, 1803. His partnership with Peniston was dis-  
I solved on May 10th, and several months later the erstwhile , 
I Philadelphia printer took Robert Kay into his printing and I, 
  publishing business.  
I During the summer of 1803, Charless published his I1; 
first book in Lexington, A Selection of Hymns and Spiritual QI 
I Songs, a volume of three hundred and thirty-one pages.  
I Other books came from his press during the years from IF `
I 1803 to 1808, among which was The American Preceptor, II 
I 1805, by Caleb Bingham, of which no copy is known to  
I have survived.  
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— Kentucky Almanac/cs for the years 1804, 1805, 1806, 1807 i
1 and 1808. Lexington’s first printed city directory was pub- 1
-. lished as a part of Charless’ Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio
* Almanac, for the Year 1806. It bears the imprint of 1805,
— and was a frail volume of twenty-six pages, seventeen centi- ._
»   meters tall and stitched. This small directory (begins on
. Q; page 18) of eight pages lists the pioneer inhabitants of I
F aj this frontier metropolis, with their occupations, places of ,
‘ business or residences. The astronomical calculations for l
  his almanac were made by Abraham Shoemaker.
  Only four copies of Charless’ 1806 Kentucky Almanack i
2 are known to exist, these rarities being in the libraries of
  the Kentucky Historical Society, the Louisville Public
  Q Library, the Henry E. Huntington Library and the Wis-
  consin Historical Society.
T Early in the spring of 1808, Charless emigrated to the
?, growing frontier settlement of St. Louis, where on July
{ 12th, 1808, he ran off the first issue of the Missouri Gazette,
  g the first newspaper to be printed west of the Mississippi C
  9 River. Later this paper was known as the Missouri Gazette
\,;  & Public Advertiser. With the issue of September 20th,
i V 1820, Charless transferred the paper to James C. Cummings Q
,   who continued its operation for some years after that date.
  Char1ess’ 1806 City Directory of Lexington is a rare 1
  and much-sought piece of early Americana, being even ,
Q rarer than John Fi1son’s Kentucke, the first history of the  
  state, printed at Wilmington, Delaware, in the spring of
}   1784. It is here published in full, retaining the quaint B
  phraseology of the times and the archaic spelling of the ,
V,   names and occupations of Lexington’s early citizens.  
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Q Lexington contains 104 Brick, 10 Stone, & 187  
Frame and log Houses, a Court-house, Jail, Market-  
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some Lodge for Free Masons; an Insurance Oiiice;  
the Transylvania University—this seminary has five  
Professors, and is governed by a board of trustees;  
a public Library, containing several hundred vol-  
umes of the most valuable books, stands on a corner ( 
of the public square. Messrs. Todd and Jones, two iii;
ingenious mechanics, have erected machinery for  
carding, roving and spinning cotton—Mr. Todd’s *g;`°c
· , contains 288 spindles—Mr. J ones’ 144. Extensive   *
works are now erecting by Mr. Todd for carding  
and spinning hemp, by machinery. Mr. Hunt’s if
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Neriah Barnes, Inn-keeper jj?
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  Wm. Palmateer, Stone-Quarrier
a` J. R[obert] Shaw, Ditto [Well-digger]
i` James Loney, Stone—Mason
l Thomas Loney, Post & rail maker
ji Raney Bell, V [Laborer] y
{   Solomon Buzzard, Butcher  
Q {QI John Haggart, Post & rail maker  
, " George Coons, Brewer ,-ii
  Joseph Beatty, Stone—mason
~_Ap Wm. J. Duty, School-Master
  James Teage, Foreman tanner for Wm.
Q ;V. Morton
{   John Morton, Sheriif
— V: William Shellers, Shoe-maker
Qi Samuel Calvert, Hatter
Q'; Leaven Young, Shoe-maker
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;t John Cocke, Baker
    R[ichard]. W. Downing, Physician
  JZ Joseph Charless, Printer and Bookseller
M, -, William Essex, Bookbinder
’ il J olm Adams, Hatter
‘ ;, George Adams, Hatter
§’ Jacob Keiser, Butcher
  William Huston, Saddler `
  George Norton, Nailer
i` Christopher Smedley, Taylor , T
  Patterson Bain, I Hatter
  Thomas Anderson, Printer V ·
  Isaac Holmes, Chair~maker Q i
‘   John M. Boggs, V Taylor
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Michael Schaag, Physician  
D. White, Millener    
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  James Weir, Merchant   E
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Samuel Downing, Merchant   {
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George Anderson, Merchant  
E. Yeizer, Tanner & Currier  
Mrs. Clark, IJ}
Henry Marshall, Inn-keeper  
Daniel Bradford, Printer ij?
John Bradford, [Printer and newspaperman]  
S. D. J. Calais, Sr. Co. Tobacconist  
Christopher Coyle, Taylor  
J. Biddle, Grocer  
Wm. Leavy, Merchant ,3]
Brown & Warfield, Physicians  
Samuel & George Trotter, Merchants it}
Julia Logan, Millener g;§
E. W. Craig, Merchant  
C. Williams, Shoe-maker   {
R. Miller, ‘ Merchant  
, J G. Trotter, Merchant _§j
John Cross, Baker  
` · F. Hice, Toyman  
  John Downing, Inn—keeper  
Thomas Wallace, Merchant is _
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Joseph Hudson, Merchant
  Alexander Parker, Merchant ‘
. Charles Wilkins, Merchant
A John Jordan, Jun. Shipping Merchant
o_ Brooks & Crysdale, Merchants ;
,   Wm. Satterwhite, Inn—keeper VZ
a Q Robert Frazer, Silversmith Il
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it Alexander Frazer, Silversmith i
f { Wm. Tyree, Taylor
  L. Lindle, Baker
[ _” Wm. Edwards, Inn—keeper
i A: James Boyd, D. Post-master
  L. L. Holmes, Taylor
7 Thomas Whitney, Cabinet-Maker
f Isaac Reid, Shoe-maker
3 M. Rule, Stone-mason
lv i — Tracy, Stocking—weaver
Q f Wm. Patrick, Physician
  P. J. Roberts, Tobaconist
  Benjamin Stout, Saddler V
i [ C. Keizer, Blacksmith · ·
  J [oshua]. Wilson, Inn—keeper
  John Martin, [Laborer]
  John Postletwait [Postle— _
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- Maddox Fisher, Brick-layer  
Benjamin Wexell, Taylor  
[Robt. H.] Bishop, Teacher   ·i
Benjamin Parish, Cabinet-maker ij `
V E Samuel Ayres, Silversmith   ;
Z Henry Marquit, Tanner & Currier   ]
Jl -————— Dunn, Plaisterer   {
.*, Ebenezer Sharp, Teacher   1
Rev. Adam Rankin, [Minister]   {
A Mrs. Lake,   E
Andrew Biggs, Shoe-maker   ’
Wm. Dorsey, Cooper "§
Benj. Lloyd, Cooper V3
John Fisher, Brick-maker  
——— Grant, Painter and glazier  
Samuel Vanpelt, Pump-maker jj;
George Newman, Labourer  
John Wyatt, Coach-maker ji;
John Hymer, Blacksmith EV T
Mrs. M’Gowan, jj
Wm. Fisher, Bricklayer  
Thomas Fisher, Bricklayer Qi
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._ John Arthur, [Clerk, town trustees]  
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1 f" Peter Crouse, Blacksmith  
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» A John Elder, Bricklayer  
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  Henry Clay, Attorney at Law   I
_} Sam. Wilkinson, Whitesmith gg _
  Thomas Hart, Sen. [Merchant; hemp mfgr.]    
li Mary Findley, Seamstress { {
Porter Clay, Cabinet-maker   ,
  George Trotter, Jun. Merchant  
Q Mentelle & Downing, Painters    
. Mordecai Harris, Shop-keeper   i
e Jacob Clair, Saddler  
P Elijah Oliver, Shoe-maker  
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J. Condon, Tailor  
John Jones, Cotton-spinner  
William Todd, Cotton—spinner I I
John Williams, Cotton-spinner  
George Young, Shoe-maker  
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ii Joseph Hostutter, Butcher  
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I John Hamilton, Rope-maker  
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if Thomas Vaughan, Blacksmith  
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V l, Peter January, [Store keeper; hemp mfgr.] 2;
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1 if David Woodruff, Shoe-maker 4
}   Charles Vigus, Shoe—maker  
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{   David Herring, Breeches-maker  
[I Hezekiah Bradley, Blacksmith  
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° fl` George Weary, House-joiner  
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,[}_ Archibald M’Cullough, Blacksmith  
E jj. John Fisher, Shop-joiner Q
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\i·  i y George Brownlee, Reed-maker  
I"` Melchor Myers, Butcher  
`   . , George Young, Jun. Shoe-maker  
Q) ~ John Jones, Cotton-spinner gi
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  William Bobbs, Brickmaker  
Q George Adams, [Tavern-keeper]  
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, David Stout, House-carpenter   ·
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F John Sprinkle, Bricklayer 4
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yi John Downing, House—carpenter  
3 Simon Hicky [Hickey], Blacksmith   {
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f ‘ James Wilson, Carpenter  
3 James Shohoney, Carpenter  
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{9 Jeremiah Murphy, Inn-keeper V
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f   Thomas Reid, Tinner 1
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  John T. Miller, Coppersmith Qt,
{   Oliver Keene, [Bricklayer] Y
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fl Mrs. Wilson, _
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EQ James Fishback, Physician »
[gf John Kizer [Keiser], Inn-keeper
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wi Robert Bradley, Inn-keeper 6
QT" George Staley, [Spinning wheel maker]  
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g James Blythe, Teacher  
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·, Governor or Chief Magistrate for the Commonwealth of  
j Kentucky, Christopher Greenup.  
y Lieutenant Governor, John Caldwell.  
J Secretary of State, John Rowan.   ‘
1 Attorney General, James Blair.  
a Auditor of Public Accounts, George Madison.  
· Treasurer of State, John Logan.  
T Register of the Land Oitice, John Adair.  
George Muter, Chief Justice of Kentucky.  
Benjamin Sebastian, Caleb Wallace, Thomas Todd, Judges   i
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I John Coburn, Benjamin Howard, Samuel McDowell, Ste-  
i, phen Ormsby, James G. Hunter, John Allen, Cary L.  
li Clarke, Circuit Judges.  
in Harry Innes, Judge of the Federal Court for the District   I
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