The issue of the Gazette of the United-States from May 2, 1789, in the style of its period carries the date line, "From Wednesday, April 29, to Saturday, May 2, 1789." This newspaper has an account of Washington's first inauguration on Thursday, April 30, 1789, and for this reason it has been reprinted several times.
Source: Information Circular 6 (Revised 1957).
The Library of Congress has an original issue and three different reprints (online catalog record). The original is on rag paper showing chain line watermarks one inch apart. Copies about which the Library of Congress has been consulted have always proven to be reprints. Their monetary value is very small.