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  1. Barrow News

    Resource for Barrow’s industrial past…

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  2. The World

    Edmund Yates's celebrated and controversial society paper (1874-1920): an invaluable social document, with regular contributions by the likes of Wilkie Collins and Bernard Shaw.

    6 votes
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  3. The Baptist

    The prominent newspaper of the Baptist denomination in the UK for most of the nineteenth century

    2 votes
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  4. Baptist Times and Freeman

    The main newspaper for the Baptist denomination throughout the twentieth century

    3 votes
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  5. Nottingham Advertiser

    It’s frustrating Nottingham has no depictions of life in the city after 1950 when so much has changed in the past seventy years

    73 votes
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  6. Commonweal

    I think that to have access to digitalized 'Commonweal. The Official Journal of the Socialist League' would be of great interest for subscribers of BNA. Thanks!

    6 votes
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  7. Yorkshire Evening News (Leeds)

    For whatever reason Leeds doesn’t seem have to comprehensive coverage available certainly not concerning late 20th century editions please review this in a timely manner please

    Also the Leeds Express which incorporated the Skyrack Express would provide a significant insight into the local area

    4 votes
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  8. Northern Review 1887-1892

    Northern Review was a Victorian journal covering all aspects of life in a weekly supplement. It's an incredibly interesting insight into life in the North East at the time, accompanied by many interesting sketches that are lacking from the main newspapers at the time such as the Gazette, the Northern Echo, the Northern Weekly Gazette and the Stockton Herald.

    Crucially for the practical side of things, as there is no copyright on this publication as it has been defunct for so long, I don't believe there would be many obstacles in making it available online. The British Library hold copies…

    2 votes
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  9. Irish Sportsman

    Irish Sportsman and Farmer, later Irish Field
    Beginning in 1870, the ultimate Sportnewspaper in Ireland, beside "Sport"

    4 votes
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  10. 2 votes
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  11. Accrington Advertiser

    Accrington Lancashire

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  12. 3 votes
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  13. Motion Picture Studio

    It ran 1921-1924: ''The only Journal solely devoted to the interests of the British film producing industry', it claims - accurately.

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  14. Temperance Newspapers

    Why are there no temperance papers at all on here? This movement involved an estimated 10% of the population in 1900, and was one of the most influential cultural, social, and political forces for nearly 100 years - please catch up!!!! Such as the Temperance Companion, Alliance News, etc.

    3 votes
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  15. Willenhall Reporter

    Would really help my research into my family

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  16. Forest of Dean Newspapers

    Now published as "The Forester" covering the whole of the Forest of Dean (Gloucestershire), but previously individual papers for each of the Forest / Severnside towns (Lydney, Coleford and Cinderford).

    Lydney Observer
    Dean Forest Guardian
    Cinderford Journal
    Dean Forest Mercury
    Forest of Dean Herald

    At the moment, whilst researching the Forest of Dean on the BNA, we have to hope that stories were covered by papers in South Wales or Gloucester.

    42 votes
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  17. 1 vote
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  18. Melody Maker

    Great interest

    3 votes
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  19. Midland Athlete

    Started 1879, covered Athletics and Football

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  20. The Daily Gleaner (Jamaica)

    I have been a regular researcher on this site since it was first launched. It would be lovely to see some more Jamaican Newspapers added, I’m sure they would be beneficial to many people who had Colonial ancestors who lived there. I see you are adding Colonial India Newspapers, but so far only have one Jamaican Newspaper. The Daily Gleaner would be an excellent addition to your brilliant archives.

    3 votes
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