In the first issue, the young editor of the Juvenile Gazette made clear what he hoped for his periodical and how to subscribe.
“To the readers,” by Oliver Kendall, jr (from the Juvenile Gazette, November 24, 1827; p. 2 & 3)

In presenting our first No. to the public we cannot but feel grateful for the liberal patronage that has been bestowed upon us, which far exceeds our expectations[.] It will be our constant aim to make our paper both useful and entertaining to all our readers.


pointing hand It will be remembered that our terms require two cents to be paid on the receipt of this number, which can in no way be deviated from.

p. 3


Those who wish to take this paper can leave there [sic] names at O. Kendall's Book Store, 2 Market Sq.

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