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The Jeffersonian Republican was a local Charlottesville newspaper (1873-1894). At one point it was edited by William Hannibal Prout. 
It was in publication during 1888.[dead link]
Jeffersonian Republican succeeded the Charlottesville Jeffersonian, also know as the Jeffersonian, which began in October 1835; ceased in 1862. Frequency: Weekly; Place of publication: Charlottesville, Va. Geographic coverage: Charlottesville, Virginia; Publisher: J. Alexander.
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- Selected editions are available on the Virginia Chronicle website maintained by the Library of Virginia
- ↑ Web. William Hannibal Prout - Death of Another Prominent Citizen, Staff Reports, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, December 24, 1901, retrieved December 25, 2016 from University of Virginia Library. Print. December 24, 1901 page 1.
- ↑ Web. Directory is a snapshot of life in 1888, David A. Maurer, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, 12 June 2011, retrieved 12 June 2011. Print. 12 June 2011 page C1.