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New Titles this Month! May

This month we are excited to bring four new titles to the British Newspaper Archive.  Among the new titles are the Willesden Chronicle, published in London and the Warrington Guardian, published in Cheshire.  The Archive now holds over 19.5 million pages of historic newspapers dating from the early 1700s to the early 2000s!

Click on each of the titles below to learn more about the newspaper and read a Sample Issue for FREE.

Willesden Chronicle 326 issues, 2650 pages
Warrington Guardian 340 issues, 2866 pages
Dudley Herald 157 issues, 1260 pages
Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland 20 issues, 524 pages



We have also added pages to the following 21 titles.  Click on a title to learn more about it.  You can keep up to date with all new additions by clicking here.


Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald
Biggleswade Chronicle
Bolton Evening News
Boston Guardian
Bradford Observer
Diss Express
Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet
Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser
Hackney and Kingsland Gazette
Hampshire Telegraph
John Bull
London Evening Standard
Morning Post
Northern Daily Telegraph
Northern Whig
Nottingham Journal
Scottish Referee
St. Andrews Citizen
The Berwick Advertiser
The Sportsman
Wetherby News, and Central Yorkshire Journal


1 comments On New Titles this Month! May

  • I found the Webinar very interesting, in spite of several interuptions, but I have not found the hour to listen again. Why inter-war years gap provided answersto why? Certainly this service is excellent, easier than Colindale, for thos of us who live overseas. The Webinar was so interesting that I hope there will be another one in maybe three months time. Interesting that the presenters were Irish and the actual examples very interesting. This afternoon I will listen again this time with pen & paper ready! I found one nineteenth century ancestor who was witness to an afray in Birmingham. The reporter described the witness as wearing a white hat!
    Again my thanks,
    Sandra Pigott
    nr Bunbury, Western Australia.

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