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Definitions of CENTINEL, MASSACHUSETTS
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The Massachusetts Centinel., or Columbian Centinel as it was afterward called, was founded by Benjamin Russell at Boston, March 24, 1784. It is considered the best type of the early political newspaper of the United States. The most eminent Federalist statesmen and writers contributed to this journal, which wielded no little influence in the early history of New England. It was united with the New England Palladium in 1830 and with the Boston Gazette in 1836. In 1840 it became merged in the Boston Daily Advertiser under which title it is still published daily, tri-weekly and weekly. It was at first semi-weekly.
By John Franklin Jameson
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Dorsal Root Ganglia
- ganglia located on dorsal roots within vertebral column. ganglion cells are pseudounipolar. single primary bifurcates sending peripheral process to carry sensory information from the periphery and a central branch which relays that spinal cord or brain.