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  1. Fur and Feather

    This publication contained items of historical importance for numerous species. Rabbits, cats, cavies, mice and birds.

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  2. Our Cats

    This is a small publication that is critical for the history of the cat fancy. There are only two known sets copies … one set is in the British Newspaper library and the other is privately held. It was written by Harrison Weir who is considered the father of the cat fancy but he was also an artist and illustrator of note and his illustrations cover a wide range of animals and birds. It shows insight into the lives of leading figures of the time, particularly women with coverage on people like Lady Decies, Princess Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein, lady Claud…

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  3. 4 votes
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  4. The Bengal Hurkaru and Chronicle

    With a considerable history of publication predating the 1857 mutiny, this newspaper provides a great insight into the happenings in India during the East India Company rule.
    The history of railways in India prior to 1853 has largely been forgotten and finds little mention in post-1853 newspapers. This newspaper can be a great source for people looking into researching India's railway history from before 1853.

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  5. 1 vote
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  6. Newry Telegraph

    The Newry Telegraph was printed up to 1970 but it is only available on here up to 1902. Is it possible to get more years added as it would be valuable to my research into Newry Town FC.

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  7. Newry Reporter

    This newspaper is only available up to 1913. Is there any chance more years can be added?

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  8. Belfast News-Letter before 1828

    Belfast News-Letter before 1828

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  9. The Architectural Review

    This magazine has been around since 1898 and would be a useful source for people interested in architecture, arts and crafts.

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  10. The Tatler after 1966

    I think the Tatler on the BNA could do with an extension - its low point around 1974 would be illustrative of the upper classes' low ebb at that moment amid fears (although of course also other people's hopes) of permanent socialism, and its revival in the early 1980s would be an instructive picture of their recovery from that near-death experience (the 'Sloane Ranger' era).

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  11. Reynolds' News / Sunday Citizen (1939-1967)

    I know you have almost a century of 'Reynolds' News' already up, but I'd like to see WW2 and its aftermath (where much of what they had called for over a long period became the norm for a while) and the subsequent years to see how they dealt (much of the Old Left only dealt with these things with profound difficulties) with rock'n'roll, the Beatles, offshore radio &c. It became the Sunday Citizen, in a tabloid format, in 1962 but closed five years later ... clearly the world was going against it, but it's an important part of the postwar…

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  12. Paisley Daily Express

    Please may we have an update of Paisley Daily Express. There are Three generations of publications missing - The Silent Generation 1930s to 1945, Baby Boomers - 1946 - 1964, and Generation X - 1965 - 1980. I am a 'Baby Boomer' and have so much I want to research from these era's, as probably will thousands of other subscribers with an interest in Paisley and District

    Many thanks for your consideration

    Roddy Boyd

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  13. The Football Times

    Currently kept at Inverness Library as part of the Inverness Advertiser, collection this newspaper would be an excellent addition to the archives as an essential research tool for sports historian in the Highlands. A Saturday newspaper, it was a key publication for many decades for sports followers, especially football covering leagues and achievements in around the Highland region.

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  14. Abergavenny Chronicle

    1918 onwards please

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  15. The Owl

    The Owl was a weekly journal that included local news in the Bingham area of Nottinghamshire. I believe it was also a bit of a satirical journal. It would provide a lot of more colourful details of the people and the area. I believe it was published around the 1850s-1890s. It also went under the name of the Midland Jackdaw in the 1880s-1890s.

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  16. Coleraine Chronicle and Times from the 1960s, 1970s and 80s

    I would love to see more Coleraine Chronicle and Coleraine Times newspapers added to the website, particularly from the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. Although the earlier years of the Coleraine Chronicle are on the website, I think the later newspapers should be added.

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  17. Liverpool Evening Express 1914-1939

    This newspaper is a goldmine for researching serving and fallen soldiers of the Great War, often with portraits.

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  19. The Critic

    Can I suggest the Critic, which was the Private Eye of its day. It began life as the African Critic and was originally based in South Africa. It moved to London around 1898. Its editor Henry Hess had a splendid disregard for the libel law and exposed a number of financial frauds. He was frequently sued. A new editor took over in around 1905 and although the magazine became less edgy it could still publish hard-hitting exposes. It ceased publication in about 1915. I believe the British Library has a complete run of the magazine.

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  20. Recent Newspapers

    Over the past few months almost all new additions to the archive has been newspapers published from the 1980's onwards. The site seems to have abandoned its aim of digitising historic newspapers.
    Please tell us why this is so. A clear explanation to subscribers of the selection criteria that applies to updates would be welcome.

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