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  1. l 1792~1793; Glasgow advertiser

    bath register 1792_1793; Sarah carpets Bristol journa

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  2. 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

  3. Berwick Advertiser and Berwick Journal

    Both these newspapers are mines of info for local and family historians on both sides of the Border.

    29 votes
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  4. 6 votes
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  5. The Performer & The Stage

    Excellent weekly coverage of music hall and theatrical matters, including amateurs, across the UK.

    48 votes
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  6. beverley guardian

    Beverley Guardian/Advertiser would be terrific as it covered lots of news for the East Riding of Yorkshire areas that wasn't always covered in other papers such as the Hull Daily Mail

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    Good news – The Beverley Guardian fits our inclusion criteria! We have researched the BL catalogue and it is available to us for digitisation. This title is only available to scan from the original paper (i.e. has not been previously microfilmed). Due to the British library’s move of the physical paper archive from Colindale to the custom built storage unit in Boston Spa, the paper is under embargo and we cannot digitise from paper until the new year. However, the good news is that we have the following years on our Digitisation Plan: 1856-1871.

    Please be aware that until we have received the material into our studio and checked it, it is not possible to guarantee that it will be digitised.

  7. 16 votes
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  8. Newcastle Chronicle

    This is the most comprehensive periodical for NE England in the later 19th century

    118 votes
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  9. 23 votes
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  10. 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.

    266 votes
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  11. Bury Times

    More isuues please

    128 votes
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  12. Melton Times

    Melton Times

    37 votes
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  13. 46 votes
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  14. Two sports-based suggestions

    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!

    10 votes
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  15. Bacup Times

    There is a lot of interest in Bacup local history, and currently not covered, the title also covers Rossendale, which is also not covered by current titles.

    51 votes
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  16. The Athenaeum and the Literary Gazette

    Please digitise THE Athenaeum and the Literary Gazette, both of which are impossible to obtain outside the capital (UCL), and even then the former now has to be ordered a volume at a time, and the latter is only accessible in scratched microfilm

    17 votes
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  17. 72 votes
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    Hi everyone,
    I just wanted to let you into some good news – Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal fits our inclusion criteria. We have researched the BL catalogue and it is available to us for digitisation. We have added the following years to our Digitisation Plan: 1939-1950

    Please be aware that until we have received the material into our studio and checked it, it is not possible to guarantee that it will be digitised.

    Best wishes,
    Team BNA

  18. 41 votes
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  19. 64 votes
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    Hi everyone, just to give you a little update:
    We have just added the ‘Market Rasen Weekly Mail, and Lincolnshire Advertiser’, years 1856-1955 to our digitisation plan. In addition, we have also just added the Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph 1937-1950 to the plan.

    Please be aware that until we have received the material into our studio and checked it, it is not possible to guarantee that it will be digitised.

    Best wishes,
    Team BNA


    Thank you for your suggestion. We have investigated the availability of the Lincolnshire Free Press – The good news (pun intended!) is that 1. It is in scope for us and 2. It appears to be available to us as microfilm. So . . . we have added this to our digitisation plan for future digitisation!

    Best wishes,
    Team BNA

  20. More Shropshire newpapers, especially Whitchurch

    Shropshire is hugely under represented at the moment with just 384 pages for the entire county!

    My own interests lie in the key Market Town of Whitchurch.

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