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Hot Off The Press – New Titles This Week

This week at The Archive we are celebrating reaching a landmark of 36 million pages now available to search – with a staggering 152,433 new pages joining us just this week alone. Our updated titles reflect the range, depth and diversity of pages in our collection – with 18 titles updated in all, these new pages span England, Ireland, Scotland, Canada and India, and cover 168 years of history. Register now and explore the Archive In addition to these updates, we have three brand new

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Hot Off The Press – New Titles This Week

This week we have added 80,888 new pages to The Archive – and this week sees a distinctly Canadian flavour, as we have added three new historic titles from across the pond, numbering nearly 50,000 pages and spanning the years 1875 to 1920. Slightly more closer to home, we are delighted to have added the Dudley Chronicle, a Worcestershire weekly representing the local news of the large industrial market town. Dudley Chronicle | 12 February 1910 Register now and explore the Archive Meanwhile, we continue

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Hot Off The Press – New Titles This Week

This week on The Archive we have added 89,160 brand new pages, covering England, Wales, Ireland and India. We continue to augment our newspaper collection with five brand new titles joining us this week, which cover the north and the south of England (Northumberland and Somerset, as well as one new title for Staffordshire), Wales and India. Meanwhile, we are adding new pages to the seminal Madras Courier and the historic Westminster Gazette, as well as adding new pages to Tipperary’s Midland Counties Advertiser. Undergoing a few name changes over

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Hot Off The Press – New Titles This Week

This week we have added 70,450 new pages to The Archive, with two new and very important titles joining us from home and abroad. We have added an extensive run of pages to the Westminster Gazette, which was seen by some as ‘the most powerful paper in Britain.’ Established in 1893 by E.T. Cook, the Westminster Gazette was a liberal newspaper, which found its audience in London’s gentlemen’s clubs and was consequently known as a ‘clubland paper.’ Despite this audience being small, and

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Hot Off The Press – New Titles This Week

This week we are delighted to welcome 71,598 additional pages to The Archive, as well as five brand new titles. Two of these titles, the Wakefield Express and the South Notts Echo, originate in England, while the the other three, the Leinster Reporter, the Carnarvon and Denbigh Herald, and the Times of India are spread out across Ireland, Wales and India respectively. Register now and explore the Archive The Wakefield Express augments last week’s influx of Yorkshire titles. First published in 1852, this weekly broadsheet published from Wakefield in West Yorkshire, carrying everything from advertisements and local news to literary extracts. In 1952, one hundred

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Hot Off The Press – New Titles This Week

This week we are delighted to welcome 72,340 brand new pages to The Archive. We have an amazing six brand new titles for England’s biggest county – Yorkshire – covering towns in the north and the west of the county. In addition to this wealth of new Yorkshire content, we have added new titles from Nottinghamshire and Lancashire. Register now and explore the Archive Heading up our crop of new Yorkshire titles is the Scarborough Gazette. Established in 1844, it sought to be a ‘high

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Hot Off The Press – New Titles This Week

Here on The Archive new titles just keep on coming! We’ve added 109,854 brand new pages this week, and we are delighted to have added eleven brand new titles from all corners of the United Kingdom and Ireland, covering 120 years of history. This week sees the addition of some historic Irish titles, including the Kilkenny Moderator and the Sligo Independent. The Kilkenny Moderator is a particularly old title; it was founded in 1814 by Abraham Denroche. Although it had a Protestant-Unionist viewpoint, it was also an enthusiastic

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Hot Off The Press – New Titles This Week

As we welcome in the brand new decade, we are delighted to welcome 195,968 new pages to The Archive. This includes an incredible 13 brand new titles, which cater to a plethora of different interests – from specialist religious, political and sporting titles, to regional publications. Covering over one hundred years, and spanning the countries of England, Ireland and Scotland, settle in and enjoy your guide to this eclectic smorgasbord of historical newspapers. Truth Heading up our new arrivals this week

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Hot Off The Press – New Titles This Week

This week we have added 103,488 new pages to The Archive, and we are delighted to welcome two brand new titles to our collection. Our brand new titles this week have a Celtic theme: with the first being the Leven Advertiser and Wemyss Gazette, a weekly title published in Leven, Fife, and the second being the South Wales Gazette. This latter title is another weekly publication, published out of Abertillery, and became known as the South Wales Gazette and Newport News from 1892. South Wales Gazette | 7 February

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Hot Off The Press – New Titles This Week

This week we have added 103,570 new pages to The Archive, with an impressive 6 brand new titles joining our collection. In addition to these new titles, we have updates to 9 of our existing publications. In all, our new pages this week cover 120 years of history, and span the towns, cities and countryside of England, Scotland and Wales. This week sees a brand new addition to our Leicestershire newspapers. The Ashby-de-la-Zouch Gazette covers the area around the market town, and was a weekly

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