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  1. Malvern Advertiser

    Begun in 1855, the newspaper records life in this famous Victorian spa town. Visitors here have included included Oscar Wilde, Winston Churchill, Florence Nightingale, Princess Victoria, Charles Darwin, Alfred Tennyson, Edward Elgar (who lived here for 13 years), G B Shaw, Elizabeth Barrett and Evelyn Waugh.

    78 votes
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  2. Berrow's Worcester Journal

    Berrow's Worcester Journal 1850-1930

    154 votes
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  3. 58 votes
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  4. 4 votes
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  5. The Kensington News and West London Times

    'The Kensington News and West London Times' - Another interesting title from within London that mentions royal servants and full details of local funerals including those who attended.

    20 votes
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  6. 28 votes
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  7. Woodford Times

    Woodford is a suburban town in North East London, occupying the north-western part of the London Borough of Redbridge. It is divided into the neighbourhoods of Woodford Green, Woodford Bridge, Essex and South Woodford, London E18.

    The Woodford Times dates back to the early 1800s.

    108 votes
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  8. Middleton Guardian

    An important source of local information about this area in the last quarter of 19th century

    20 votes
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  9. Leek Post and Times

    Late 19th and early 20th Century particularly - As great changes were afoot in the town during this period. Particularly with regard to Architectural and Industrial advances influenced by the Arts & Crafts movement.

    138 votes
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  10. Herald Express Torbay

    Herald Express Torbay

    130 votes
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  11. 4 votes
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  12. Macclesfield Courier

    Goes back to early 1800s. Very important for silk industry and the men who made their fortunes.

    24 votes
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  13. Norwich Mercury 18th and 19th century

    Norwich Mercury 18th & 19th century. Norwich politics was interesting with a significant radical element. This whig paper would aid research.

    41 votes
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  14. 159 votes
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  15. Burnley Express

    Dont stop at 1954.

    965 votes
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  16. Ellesmere Port Pioneer

    There has recently been a resurgence of interest in the history of Ellesmere Port and the ‘Ellesmere Port Pioneer’ is the most detailed source of information from 1920 onwards.

    159 votes
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  17. Bexhill-on-Sea Observer

    Great historical value as home of motor racing - first purpose-built racing track in the UK plus home of the De La Warr Pavilion

    11 votes
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  18. Hexham Newspapers

    The Hexham Herald and Hexham Courant recorded the important industrial period of mining in the North Pennines and associated town and village life sources of major importance to historians and family history researchers

    13 votes
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  19. Hereford Times

    Hereford times, 1900 onwards

    93 votes
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  20. Bath Journal

    This newspaper is an important source of information about Bath in the first half of the 18th century. It was also different politically from the Bath Chronicle.

    33 votes
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