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  1. Devon & Somerset News

    This newspaper will give so much information on the Culm Valley and Blackdowns; the more rural areas not really covered by the newspapers much further away

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  2. The Fancier's Gazette

    This British publication began as "The Fancier's Gazette," but soon became "The Live Stock Journal and Fancier's Gazette" (not to be confused with the American poultry journal called "The Fanciers Gazette" (without an apostrophe). It is from the 1870s and an important part of petstock breeding history.

    6 votes
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  3. Fur and Feather

    This publication contained items of historical importance for numerous species. Rabbits, cats, cavies, mice and birds.

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  4. Our Cats

    This is a small publication that is critical for the history of the cat fancy. There are only two known sets copies … one set is in the British Newspaper library and the other is privately held. It was written by Harrison Weir who is considered the father of the cat fancy but he was also an artist and illustrator of note and his illustrations cover a wide range of animals and birds. It shows insight into the lives of leading figures of the time, particularly women with coverage on people like Lady Decies, Princess Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein, lady Claud…

    6 votes
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  6. The Football Times

    Currently kept at Inverness Library as part of the Inverness Advertiser, collection this newspaper would be an excellent addition to the archives as an essential research tool for sports historian in the Highlands. A Saturday newspaper, it was a key publication for many decades for sports followers, especially football covering leagues and achievements in around the Highland region.

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  7. The Critic

    Can I suggest the Critic, which was the Private Eye of its day. It began life as the African Critic and was originally based in South Africa. It moved to London around 1898. Its editor Henry Hess had a splendid disregard for the libel law and exposed a number of financial frauds. He was frequently sued. A new editor took over in around 1905 and although the magazine became less edgy it could still publish hard-hitting exposes. It ceased publication in about 1915. I believe the British Library has a complete run of the magazine.

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  8. The Passing Show

    A magazine that ran from 1915 to the mid-1930s and printed political cartoons from around the world. What's not to like?

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  9. The Reformer

    Title: The Reformer.
    Subjects: Edinburgh (Scotland) -- Newspapers; Lothian (Scotland) -- Newspapers;
    Dewey: 072.9134
    Language: English
    Place Name: Scotland Lothian Edinburgh.
    Identifier: System number: 013909480
    Notes: Incorporated with "The Weekly Review".
    Creation Date: 1868
    Holdings Note: Newspapers :no.1-341 (15 Aug.1868 - 27 Feb.1875)
    UIN: BLL01013909480

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  10. Dublin Weekly Messenger

    Dublin Weekly Messenger 1808-12

    Important source for Irish history in this period.

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  11. The Inquirer (Unitarian newspaper)

    The Inquirer (Unitarian newspaper) would be a fabulous resource. Unitarian Chapels were/are all over the country so this would be useful for many researchers. Thanks for your consideration!

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  12. 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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  13. “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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  14. (Lloyd's) The Sunday News

    It ran long articles about people of importance in the 1920's and would be of great help to researchers of that time.

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  15. Blaydon Courier

    Covers an important industrial area on Tyneside. Often includes accounts of local families and events not covered in the larger regional newspapers.

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  16. Western Weekly News

    (Illustrated) Western Weekly News British Library Microfilm: 1861-69; 1871-90; 1892-7; 1899-1900; !!1902-39.!!

    3 votes
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  17. Topical Times

    It was supposedly a great sports publication of the 1930s

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  18. 1 vote
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  20. Barrow News

    Resource for Barrow’s industrial past…

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