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Tell us what publications would be of most use to you. You can be as general (Victorian cycling magazines) or specific (South Wales Argus) as you wish! We take on board all of your suggestions but are bound by copyright restrictions and our agreements with publishers, these form the boundaries of what we may publish online. 

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  1. 273 votes
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  2. Justice (started 1884)

    Important socialist labour movemnet paper

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  3. Torquay Times

    We need some coverage for the Torquay area.

    I would suggest the Torquay Times published weekly 1865-1976.

    41 votes
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  4. Weston Mercury

    I have been researching the history of Choral Music in Weston-super-Mare using your archived material which I am able to access on line. So far it has enabled me to form a picture of what it was like prior to 1950. One paper which may have been of assistance which was missing was the Weston Mercury (Weston-super-Mare)

    407 votes
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  5. Ross-shire Journal

    There is very poor coverage of the Highlands. The "Ross-shire" has been the voice of Ross-shire since the 1870s.

    105 votes
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  6. Irish Newspapers prior to 1922.

    As you probably know, the vast majority of the census returns, wills, parish records etc were destroyed in a fire in Dublin in 1922. This means that the only real source of finding information is through the newspapers. A searchable newspaper archive for the Irish newspapers prior to this date would be extremely useful

    302 votes
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  7. 35 votes
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  8. The Cricket and Football Field

    Sports paper based in Bolton, Lancashire but covering all of the UK. Great for researchers of sports from the 1880s to the 1930s.

    235 votes
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  9. Lloyds List

    The oldest UK newspaper & full of shipping details of interest to family historians

    698 votes
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  10. Athletic News

    Despite its title this became as one historian wrote "the voice of football and the paper of the discerning football enthusiast."

    330 votes
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  11. Bell's Life in London

    Bell's Life in London from 1822 until The Sporting Life emerged on the scene was the only real source of sports info.

    56 votes
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    Hello, Wishing you all a very happy and healthy New Year! I We have some good news to share with you. Having been busy processing Bell’s Life in London, the issues are now beginning to appear on the website! We will be including 1822-1871: http://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/search/results?newspapertitle=bell%E2%80%99s%20life%20in%20london%20and%20sporting%20chronicle&sortorder=dayearly

    Best wishes,

    Team BNA

  12. More WW1 Local Newspapers

    They often carried obituaries, with photos, of local casualties. As many service records have been destroyed, these can be the only detailed record of a soldier.

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