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Definition of Centinel

Centinel
Centinel Cen"ti*nel, n. Sentinel. [Obs.] --Sackville.

Meaning of Centinel from wikipedia

- generally ascribe to him the Letters of Centinel written under the pseudonym Centinel between 1787 and 1789. Centinel attacked the proposed Constitution of...
- Letters of Centinel is a series of letters written by Samuel Bryan. Important in the Anti-Federalist movement and American political thought. "Centinel" was...
- Centinel (1790–1840) was a Boston, M****achusetts, newspaper established by Benjamin Russell. It continued its predecessor, the M****achusetts Centinel...
- The Centinel of the Northwest Territory, published in Cincinnati by William Maxwell, was the first newspaper in the Northwest Territory. It appeared November...
- Adams Centinel was founded by Robert Harper in November 1800 as the first newspaper of any kind in the county. It was a w****ly. The wording of "Centinel" was...
- Columbian Centinel. M****achusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). February 5, 1803. The Independent Chronicle (Boston, MA). February 7, 1803. Columbian Centinel. M****achusetts...
- written under pseudonyms, such as "Brutus" (likely Melancton Smith), "Centinel" (likely Samuel Bryan), and "Federal Farmer." Eventually, famous revolutionary...
- Hamilton". Trinity Church Wall Street. July 9, 2014. Chernow.[page needed] Centinel of Freedom. November 24, 1807, cited in Winfield, 1874, p. 220. April 29...
- 265. The Albany Centinel (Albany, NY). April 4, 1800. Aurora. General Advertiser (Philadelphia, PA). April 10, 1800. The Centinel of Liberty, or George-town...
- (likely either Melancton Smith, Robert Yates or perhaps John Williams), Centinel (Samuel Bryan), and the Federal Farmer (either Melancton Smith, Richard...
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