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  1. Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser

    I'm researching the history of brass and silver bands in the Dorking and Leatherhead area. The files for the Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser series appears to have a gap between 1951 and 1968. This seriously hampers the work I'm doing. Please fill this gap.

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  2. Newspapers from Grenada

    Grenada only has one public library in St. George's, their archives are being destroyed by the elements and there is little funding to preserve the precious heritage within. Insight into Little Island's past can be taken from the newspapers preserved through digitization, however these items are also out of reach for many Grenadians, and those with familial ties to Grenada, being cost prohibitive or requiring a library with access to special subscriptions. For example, the only access to the topmost newspapers is via academic institutions or subscriptions (expensive paywalls). While I am a paying member of the BNA, it would…

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  3. 3 votes
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  4. Tottenham Herald

    Please add post 1930s material

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  5. Romsey Advertiser

    Weekly title for Romsey and the surrounding areas.

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  6. Basingstoke Gazette

    Basingstoke Gazette - as yet uncovered. Weekly title for Basingstoke and the surrounding areas.

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  7. 3 votes
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  8. West Cumberland Times - January-April 1902

    West Cumberland Times - those printed from January-April 1902 are not available to search yet but virtually all the rest are. This appears to be an ommission - you may have them ready but not yet uplaoded. Could you please action this?

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  9. The Egyptian Gazette

    Until 1952, this was a British paper published in Egypt. Contains all sorts of information on British society abroad, and on Egypt as a tourist destination for European society. It would be great to be able to access this and other colonial papers.

    The whole run is available at the British library!

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  10. The North Oxfordshire Monthly Times and Agricultural Advertiser (NOMT)

    The North Oxfordshire Monthly Times, and Agricultural Advertiser (NOMT)
    The above newspaper was founded in 1849 by J.S. Hiron, an enterprising printer and bookseller in Deddington. It was an 8-page broadsheet, and was regularly published each month up to at least June 1860, although copies only survive (at the British Library) up to August 1854.
    Typical of the provincial newspapers of the day, it carried domestic and foreign news, letters, local news and advertisements. There were well-written leading articles, some of considerable intellectual rigour, on national, local and religious issues of the day. Its motto was "Open to all, influenced…

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  11. Cork Mercantile Chronicle

    This paper operated in Cork between 1802 and 1835 according to here: https://www.library.mun.ca/qeii/maritimehistory/newspapers/newsuk/130/ which says they also have this paper on microfilm, so you should be able to get it easily.

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  12. Cork Constitution "missing years" 1835-1851 & 1878-1884

    These missing years cover some important events, such as the Ballinhassig Slaughter (30 June 1845)

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  13. Romford Times

    The most popular newspaper in the whole area of Hornchurch, Rainham, Upminster, Elm Park, and obviously Romford in the 50s and 60s.

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  14. “The Hour Glass” and “The Album, A Journal of Photographs of Men, Women and Events of the Day”

    “The Hour Glass” and “The Album, A Journal of Photographs of Men, Women and Events of the Day”

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  15. Bucks Advertiser & Aylesbury News (1860-1912)

    Searching the Bucks Advertiser & Aylesbury News (1860 – 1912) items for the year of publication (1860) are found. From Jan 1861 to Dec 1871 returns, ‘Sorry, no results were found for’. Publications are found for 1872, none for 1873 and resume for 1874. From Jan 1875 to Dec 1889 nothing is found. The year 1890 is blessed with a full complement of issues. From Jan 1891 to Dec 1896 again nothing is found. The year 1897 has some publications but from Jan 1898 to 1911 again nothing is found. The final year of publication, 1912, has the all the…

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  16. Loughborough Echo

    Coverage is currently very limited for what is an important subregional East Midlands newspaper. More editions for the first half of the 20th century would be particularly welcome.

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  17. 4 votes
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  18. Please add Somerset Country Gazette through the end of the South African War (1902). Thank you.

    Please add Somerset Country Gazette through the end of the South African War (1902). Thank you.

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  19. Bucks Advertiser & Aylesbury News (1860-1912)

    The Bucks Advertiser & Aylesbury News from 1860 - 1912 is on microfilm. The BNA list this newspaper but only a few of the copies are found. Robert Gibbs, the historian, was the proprietor of the Bucks Advertiser and the archive is the poorer for it NOT being online.
    BNA's OCR system failed to work for this publication. Around 2,500 should have been transcribed. The archive has circa 100 copies of the Bucks Advertiser online. Please BNA, put these newspapers online, Bucks history will be the richer.

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  20. Bucks Advertiser & Aylesbury News (1860-1912)

    The Bucks Advertiser & Aylesbury News from 1860 - 1912 is on microfilm. The BNA list this newspaper but only a few of the copies are found. Robert Gibbs, the historian, was the proprietor of the Bucks Advertiser and the archive is the poorer for it being online.

    2 votes
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