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  1. 4 votes
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  2. North Star & Farmers Chronicle

    The North Star is a slip edition of the weekly paid-for tabloid newspaper the Highland News, covering the old county of Ross & Cromarty and including the towns of Dingwall, Tain, Alness and Invergordon.
    It was founded in 1893 as the North Star and Farmers’ Chronicle and kept that name until 1969, when it was taken into the Highland News series as the Highland News & North Star and Farmers’ Chronicle, adopting the News‘s edition numbers in the process. It underwent two name changes in as many months in 1976, becoming first the Highland News & North Star and then…

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  3. Did the many different newspapers published in the Lowestoft/Yarmouth area around 1900 lead to a more varied news coverage?

    The Yarmouth/Lowestoft area on the Norfolk/Suffolk border had a remarkable numbers of newspapers covering the same area at the end of the 19th Century. It would be interesting to see if that led to a diversity in the news coverage, for instance of the great gale that swept Great Britain and the North Sea at the end of november 1893. I therefor suggest that you scan the 1893 volume of the following newspapers:
    Lowestoft Weekly Press and Beccles, Halesworth and Southwold Advertiser
    Lowestoft News and Observer and Eastern Times
    Lowestoft Standard and East Suffolk Conservative Courier
    Lowestoft Journal and Yarmouth…

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  4. More Irish newspapers and more 19th early 20th century editions of the existing papers.

    More Irish newspapers and more 19th early 20th century editions of the existing papers.

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  5. Rutland

    One of the best counties.

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  7. More 18th content please

    While the focus on 19thC and later newspapers is understandable, more 18thC content would be invaluable to researchers of that period.

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  8. 14 votes
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  9. Crewe Chronicle

    The Crewe Chronicle, one of several Chronicle newspapers in the area, covers Sandbach, Cheshire. Sandbach was the home of Foden lorries from 1856 to 2006 and a great many owners of preserved steam and diesel Foden vehicles would find it useful as a research source.

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  10. 1,018 votes
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  11. south Wales argus

    September 1994

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  12. 9 votes
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  13. The Folkestone News

    The Folkestone News (which had only a short lifespan) would be a great addition, as our local library has only a couple of years` worth.

    48 votes
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  14. 3 votes
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    Good news! – Driffield Times 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: 1869-1955

    We are looking forward to digitising this!

    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

  15. Southend Standard

    Southend Standard

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  16. Early Cork Constitution from 1822

    Early Cork Constitution from 1822 would be great.

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  17. 19 votes
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  18. Aberdeen Chronicle

    I would very much like to see the ABERDEEN CHRONICLE in future, thank you

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  19. Dereham and Fakenham Times

    Founded in 1880 and still in publication it produced excellent obituaries and wedding reports, often of Norfolk's working classes like agricultural labourers as well as the more well to do in society

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  20. Football Historical Research

    There are a lot of sports researchers - especially football historians - waiting for the release of newspapers such as The Sportsman, and Athletic News.

    Give the people what they want.

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