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Welcome to The Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers and Periodicals:1800-1900, a subject-inclusive, language-inclusive bibliography of
73,000 publications, 68,000 personal names, 6,300 issuing bodies, 2,400 publishing towns, 23,000 title pages, 2,000 subjects. Editor John S. North.
Soli Deo Gloria

Sample Title Page

Reproduced by permission, British Library

“[Eliza Lynn] Linton was the first woman to join the staff of an English newspaper; she was hired by The Morning Chronicle in 1848” (VPR).

"Dickens worked for this publication as a court and parliamentary reporter" (Garlick and Harris, Victorian Journalism, p.203).

“In the years from 1844 to 1846 [Thackeray] was the principle book reviewer for The Morning Chronicle, earning about 20 pounds a month from that quarter” (Dudek, Literature and the Press).

“The first message to be transmitted by telegraph for a newspaper was in May 1845 for The Morning Chronicle along the London and South Western Railway Company’s line from Portsmouth to London” (Lee, The Origins of the Popular Press, 1855-1914, p.60).

The Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers & Periodicals: 1800 - 1900 Series Three.
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