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  1. More newspapers from the Greater London area

    At the moment, there are not a lot of newspapers from the Greater London area. We should add more.

    317 votes
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  2. Ashton Reporter

    A publication from Ashton under Lyne, the town which invented chips and fish and witnessed the Shaw family of brewers which spread to Merseyside and other towns in Lancashire such as Leigh. The Shaw family spawned an MP and local mayors. The Shaws were munificently generous leaving property and land to local residents and were generally very charitable.

    293 votes
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  3. 291 votes
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  4. Goole Times

    We are volunteers at Goole Museum and would love to see the Goole Times on here, please. The newspaper covers not only the social, family and maritime history of the town, but also gives a wonderful insight into the development of a company town, established in the early 1800's with one main purpose - to provide the UK's furthest inland port. This would be such a useful and interesting newspaper to add to your wonderful site ... please?!!

    287 votes
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  5. Islington Gazette

    Or the Hornsey Journal sad to see we have little in the way of later years which is every bit as important as our earlier years. Large enough diverse area to warrant being included more !!!

    285 votes
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  6. Hartlepool Mail

    WOULD BE GREAT TO ADD THE HARTLEPOOL MAIL FROM THE 60S TO THE LATE 90S

    283 votes
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  7. 279 votes
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  8. More Yorkshire titles

    I would like more in Yorkshire like at Doncaster, Wakefield,in newspaper archives

    277 votes
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  9. Peterborough Evening Telegraph

    This newspaper can not be found on this site?

    278 votes
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  10. Leeds Skyrack Express

    Great paper which featured many interesting local news stories without sensationalist headlines no fuss

    277 votes
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  11. Blackpool newspapers

    This resort attracted millions of visitors from all over the UK every year generating a treasure trove of news stories.

    260 votes
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  12. Grays & Tilbury Gazette (Thurrock Gazette)

    My home town is Grays Thurrock and my local newspaper was known as The Gazette its full name was The Grays & Tilbury Gazette today it is known as the Thurrock Gazette which I now read on-line but I cannot search the Archives and it is to far for me at 79 to travel to search for information

    255 votes
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  13. Glasgow Herald

    Glasgow Herald 1900 - 1923

    246 votes
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  14. 248 votes
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    Dear Readers

    We hope you’ve been keeping up to date with our Scottish releases

    https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/titles/countries/scotland

    Among the new titles we’ve added are the Brechin Herald, Carluke and Lanark Gazette, Forfar Dispatch, Galloway Gazette, Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser, and the Milngavie and Bearsden Herald.

    Happy reading!

    Team BNA

  15. Bootle Times

    Bootle Times

    245 votes
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  16. South Wales Argus

    Chepstow Weekly Advertiser or South Wales argus

    245 votes
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  17. Midland Reporter and Westmeath Nationalist

    The Midland Reporter and Westmeath Nationalist was a newspaper which circulated in Westmeath, in the Irish Midlands, from the 1890s to the late 1930s. Owned by Roscommon newspaper publisher Jasper Tully, during the Irish revolutionary period it was, unlike its direct rival the Westmeath Examiner, the primary bullhorn for the advanced nationalist and Sinn Féin point of view. It provided a platform for the radical nationalist MP, Laurence Ginnell, who was the organiser of the Ranch War, the last major outbreak of agrarian agitation in Ireland before independence.

    As the Westmeath Examiner is available online elsewhere, the availability of the…

    241 votes
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  18. Exeter Express and Echo

    Exeter Express and Echo

    238 votes
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  19. Sports titles

    Hi - Delighted to see the Sports Argus up recently and wonder if more sports-based material is planned? From a selfish point of view I'd ask for the Sheffield Green 'Un (which does cover a wide swathe of Yorkshire & NE Midlands) but also suggest the Athletic News as a more general, historical source. Keep up the good work!

    233 votes
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  20. Scarborough Evening News

    Scarborough Evening News

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