British Library Newspapers, Part III: 1741-1950


In the years since their release, the first instalments of the British Library Newspapers programme, British Library Newspapers Parts I and II have transformed the nature of nineteenth century research for scholars and students. Following on from the success of these parts, Gale is pleased to announce the release of British Library Newspapers, Part III: 1741-1950. With an additional 35 titles (and 1.2 million pages), Part III further extends the range of English regional newspapers and expands the views represented by the series.

Titles included in Part III: 1741-1950:


Sheffield Daily Telegraph
Sheffield
Reading Mercury
Reading
Salisbury and Winchester Journal
Salisbury
Yorkshire Evening Post
Leeds
Perry’s Bankrupt Gazette      
London
Newcastle Journal    
Newcastle upon Tyne              
Cornishman     
Penzance 
Leicestershire Mercury      
Leicester
Norfolk Chronicle   
Norwich   
Poor Law Unions' Gazette     
London 
Newcastle Guardian and Tyne Mercury   
Newcastle upon Tyne  
Leeds Times   
Leeds   
Stirling Observer     
Stirling 
Birmingham Gazette     
Birmingham 
Cork Examiner   
Cork   
Essex Newsman     
Chelmsford 
Bucks Herald    
Aylesbury  
Northampton Mercury   
Northampton   
Leeds Intelligencer   
Leeds   
Hastings and St Leonards Observer    
Hastings  
Morpeth Herald   
Morpeth   
Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald    
Chesterfield  
Hereford Journal   
Hereford   
Western Times   
Exeter   
Sheffield Evening Telegraph    
Sheffield  
Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette   
Devizes   
Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser    
Manchester 
Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette      
Sunderland
Tamworth Herald      
Tamworth
Chelmsford Chronicle    
Chelmsford  
Portsmouth Evening News   
Portsmouth   
North Devon Journal     
Barnstaple 
Hull Daily Mail   
Hull   
Exeter and Plymouth Gazette   
Exeter   
Westmorland Gazette   
Kendal   
For more information about the newspapers included in Part III: 1741-1950, please contact emea.galereply@cengage.com.

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