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List of defunct newspapers of Quebec

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of defunct newspapers of Quebec.

1770–1799

1800–1819

1820–1829

  • L'Ami de la religion et du roi, 1820, Trois-Rivières, Ludger Duvernay
  • The Enquirer, 1821, Quebec City
  • The Scribbler, 1821, Montréal, Samuel Hull Wilcocke, owner and editor, J. Lame, printer
  • La Gazette canadienne, 1822, Montréal, Jonh Quilliam
  • The Canadian Spectator, 1822, John Jones, editor, Jocelyn Waller, journalist
  • The Canadian Times and Weekly Literary and Political Reporter, 1823, Ariel Bowman, printer, Edward Vernon Sparhawk, editor
  • Christian Register, 1823, Montréal
  • British Colonist and St-Françis Gazette, 1823, Stanstead, S. H. Dickerson
  • Le Constitutionnel, 1823, Ludger Duvernay, owner, editor and journalist
  • The Canadian Magazine and Literary Repository, 1823, Montréal, Joseph Nickless, owner, David Chisholmes and Alexander James Christie, directors
  • The Canadian Review and Literary and Historical Journal, 1824, Montréal, Henry H. Cunningham, owner, David Chisholmes, director
  • La Bibliothèque canadienne, ou miscellanées historiques, scientifiques et littéraires 1825, Montréal, Michel Bibaud and Joseph-Marie Bellenger
  • La Minerve, 1826, Montréal, Augustin-Norbert Morin, founder, owner, printer and journalist
  • L'Argus, Journal electorique, 1826, Trois-Rivières, Ludger Duvernay
  • La Gazette de Saint-Philippe, 1826, Saint-Philippe-de-Laprairie, F-X Pigeon, founder
  • Journal de médecine de Québec, 1826, Quebec City, Xavier Tessier
  • The Christian Sentinel and Anglo-Canadian Churchman's Magazine, 1827
  • L'Électeur-The Elector, 1827, François Lemaître
  • The Irish Vindicator and Canada General Advertiser, 1828, Montréal, Daniel Tracey, founder, editor, printer and journalist
  • Journal des sciences naturelles, 1828, Quebec City, maybe Xavier Tessier
  • Le coin du feu, 1829, Montréal, Madame Raoul Dandurand, founder & editor; Jacques Labrie and Augustin-Norbert Morin

1830–1839

  • L'Observateur 1830, Michel Bibaud, Ludger Duvernay, printer
  • Le Magasin du Bas-Canada, Journal littéraire et scientifique 1832, Montréal, Michel Bibaud, Ludger Duvernay, printer
  • L'Ami du peuple, de l'ordre et des lois 1832, Montréal, the sulpiciens, John Jones, Pierre-Édouard Leclère
  • Montreal Vindicator, 1832, Montréal, Édouard-Raymond Fabre, owner, Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, journalist
  • The Montreal Museum or Journal of Literature and Arts, 1832, Montréal, Mary Graddon Gosselin, editor, Ludger Duvernay, printer
  • L'Écho du pays, 1833, Saint-Charles, Pierre-Dominique Debartzch, founder, Alfred-Xavier Rambau, journalist
  • L'Abeille canadienne, 1833, Quebec City, François-Xavier Garneau, founder, editor and J-B Fréchette, printer
  • L'Impartial, 1834, Laprairie
  • Le Glaneur, journal littéraire, d’agriculture et d’industrie, 1836, Saint-Charles (replaces L'Écho du pays)
  • Le Télégraphe, 1836, Quebec City, Phillipe-Ignace François Aubert de Gaspé and Napoléon Aubin, founders and editors
  • Le Populaire, 1837, Montréal, Clément-Charles Sabrevois de Bleury, Léon Gosselin, Pierre-Dominique Debartzch, Hyacinthe Leblanc de Marconnay, chief editor
  • Le Fantasque, 1837, Quebec City, Napoléon Aubin, founder and editor
  • Le Libéral, 1837, Quebec City
  • La Quotidienne, 1837, Montréal, François Lemaître
  • Le Temps, 1838, Montréal
  • The Literary Garland, 1838, Montréal
  • L'Aurore des Canadas, Journal littéraire, politique et commercial, 1839, Montréal, Joseph-Guillaume Barthe, editor

1840–1899

1900–1989

References

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