Florida Argus

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Florida Argus, and Pensacola literary, agricultural & commercial register.

The Florida Argus was an early weekly newspaper founded in 1828. It ceased publication the same year. Thomas Eastin, a staunch political supporter of then-presidential candidate Andrew Jackson, was the editor.