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ANOTHER PAPER. - The American Reporter is the name of a neat little monthly of six columns published by Stephen Myers and others of Albany, New York. Price $1 per annum. Mr. Myers deserves great credit for his papers, they are generally the best got up among the leading papers edited by colored men in the United States. The Telegraph some years ago was second to none in its day and now the Reporter far surpasses its co-temporaries. Success to it.
PROVINCIAL FREEMAN, “ANOTHER PAPER.,” ColoredConventions.org, accessed June 16, 2019, http://coloredconventions.org/items/show/1104.