Last year the Courrier des Etats-Unis,
oldest foreign language paper in the U. S. (1828), got into a financial
bog, had to abandon its daily edition (TIME, Jan. 16). Last week the
daily reappeared. The Courrier had been acquired by William Muriay
Hewitt, promoter of foreign language newspaper advertising, from the
family of the late Henri Sampers, which had published it since 1877.
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