James Rivington (1724 – January 1803) was an English-born American journalist who published a loyalist newspaper in the American colonies called Rivington's Gazette. Some scholars in the 1950s determined that despite all outward appearances, Rivington was a member of the American Culper Spy Ring.

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  • James Rivington (1724 – January 1803) was an English-born American journalist who published a loyalist newspaper in the American colonies called Rivington's Gazette. Some scholars in the 1950s determined that despite all outward appearances, Rivington was a member of the American Culper Spy Ring. (en)
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  • James Rivington (1724 – January 1803) was an English-born American journalist who published a loyalist newspaper in the American colonies called Rivington's Gazette. Some scholars in the 1950s determined that despite all outward appearances, Rivington was a member of the American Culper Spy Ring. (en)
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