Lansingburgh Gazette, 1798-1820+.
Weekly. Established Sept. 18, 1798, by Gardiner Tracy, with the title of “Lansingburgh Gazette”. It succeeded the “American Spy“, continuing its advertisements, but adopting a new volume numbering. With the issue of Oct. 14,1806, Luther Bliss was admitted to partnership and the paper was published by Tracy & Bliss, and continued by them until after 1820.
Brigham, Clarence S. “Bibliography of American Newspapers, 1690-1820.” Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society. April 1917. 271-272. https://books.google.com/books?id=QsQ8AAAAIAAJ&pg=PA271

LANSINGBURGH GAZETTE, weekly, Septmber 12, 1798. Changed to
Changed to THE RENSSELAER COUNTY GAZETTE, weekly, Tuesday, May 2, 1826. Subsequently changed to the
LANSINGBURGH DEMOCRAT and RENSSELAER COUNTY GAZETTE.
LANSINGBURGH GAZETTE, weekly, new series, December, 1826. Discontinued in 1883.
Weise, Arthur James. The City of Troy and Its Vicinity. Troy, NY: Edward Green, 1886. 216.

Lansingburgh Gazette, editor Edgar A. Barber and Lansingburgh Book-Store, proprietor Pelatiah Bliss, 265 State Street, now 614 Second Avenue. From advertisement appearing on front pages of the Lansingburgh Gazette in 1846.

614 Second Avenue, formerly home to the Lansingburgh Gazette and Lansingburgh Book-Store. Google Street View. July 2018.

614 Second Avenue, formerly home to the Lansingburgh Gazette and Lansingburgh Book-Store. Google Street View. July 2018. [Photo edited to remove bay windows, to match original appearance.]

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