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  1. Brighton Examiner

    Brighton Examiner please - 1860s. The British Library is the only library in the world holding this, and are currently 'unfit for use'. This is a crucial and valuable resource for Brighton history.

    4 votes
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  2. 101 votes
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  3. 6 votes
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  4. 115 votes
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  5. Liverpool Courier

    As we have seen, Liverpool papers are not adequately represented. The Liverpool Courier was one of the main papers during the early 20th century. The Liverpool Daily Post from 1914 to 1930 would also be an important and useful addition.

    11 votes
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  6. National Reformer

    The journal was established in Sheffield in 1860, as an initiative by the Sheffield Secularists,on a prospectus describing its policy as "Atheistic in theology, Republican in politics, and Malthusian in social economy". Charles Bradlaugh was co-editor and periodically edited the journal through to 1890. Leading booksellers refused to stock it.

    5 votes
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  7. West Lancashire Evening Gazette

    West Lancashire Evening Gazette, 1960-1979. A treasure trove of Blackpool entertainment stories and adverts. Also, if possible, the annual What's On magazines (Blackpool 71, Blackpool 72 etc) that were published each season by the Gazette.

    7 votes
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  8. London Story Paper

    London Story Paper was a newspaper based in london, middlesex. Published 1888-1899.

    3 votes
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  9. Stornoway Gazette

    It would be good to see the news in this far flung group of islands

    57 votes
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  10. Williamson's Liverpool Advertiser

    I am researhing my ancestor, a ships captain, who sailed out of Liverpool at this time.

    24 votes
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  11. The Manchester Observer

    The radical newspaper that sparked the events of the Peterloo Massacre. Published from 1795 -1821.

    10 votes
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  12. Ellesmere Port News

    Probably the earliest newspaper dedicated to events in Ellesmere Port. There appears to have been at least two Issues: Number 1, 5th December 1908 and Number 2, 12th December 1908, but were any more published?

    12 votes
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  13. Manchester City News

    When I was a child in the 1950s this was the newspaper we searched for references to events we had attended - Rose Queens etc which other newspapers hadnt room for. It also had a useful series on each of the Manchester suburbs at one time and was widely read in South Manchester.

    14 votes
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  14. 52 votes
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  15. Kentish Independent

    Need information on a family business that was in Bexley during this period.

    8 votes
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  16. Irish Tribune

    This was the first newspaper printed in England for Irish Catholics. Published weekly by Charles Diamond in Newcastle upon Tyne between December 1884 and December 1895, the Irish Tribune claimed a readership of 4,000,000 Irish Catholics living in England, mixing local Catholic and Nationalist news, with tales from Irish history, fiction and fashion. The British Library holds almost 600 editions of this key source for the study of Irish Catholics in England in the nineteenth century.

    6 votes
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  17. Faulkner's Dublin Journal

    Published by Jonathan Swift's publisher, George Faulkner.
    (1725-1825)

    63 votes
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  18. 288 votes
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  19. St. James's Gazette: An Evening Review and Record of News (1880–1905)

    This paper's contributors included J. M. Barrie (helping him make his name), Edmund Gosse, Sidney Low, and Margaret Oliphant. I constantly find it cited for reviews of late-Victorian books, but I have a lot of trouble finding the reviews and reading them.

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  20. Howdenshire Chronicle, Pocklington Weekly News, and Market Weighton Advertiser

    This newspaper covered a wide geographic area in the East Riding. Apart from the Hull newspapers the East riding is not well covered

    91 votes
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