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Sussex weekly advertiser
Whether you are a researcher, historian or you simply want to know more about Britain's history, take this fantastic opportunity to search The British Newspaper Archive - a vast treasure trove of historical newspapers from your own home. Newspaper collections in libraries Details of the collections of local newspapers we hold as cuttings or on microfiche. A newspaper cuttings collection of o articles is available at Worthing Library.A file on every parish in West Sussex is held, together with general topics, famous Sussex personalities and an expanded Worthing section.
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The Sussex Weekly Advertiser, also known as the Lewes and Brighthelmstone Journal, was an early newspaper published weekly in Lewes, Sussex, England. Founded in by William Lee (–), a native of Chichester, it is considered to be the first-ever newspaper in the county of publication: The Sussex Advertiser was the first newspaper to be published in Sussex and was founded in Lewes in as the Sussex Weekly Advertiser, Sussex weekly advertiser book Lewes Journal by Chichester born William Lee.
It comprised 4 pages of mainly foreign and domestic news brought by post from London and advertisements mostly for books or patent medicines. Sussex Weekly Advertiser; or, Lewes Journal Founded inthis newspaper was the first in Sussex, a county in southeast England.
It was based in. The Sussex weekly advertiser, or Lewes journal. Publisher: Lewes: Printed by W. Lee, where advertisements of a moderate length are taken in at 2s.
each; and printing in general is performed in the neatest and most correct manner. Get this from a library. Extract from the Sussex Weekly Advertiser of the 24th December, 27 July By Lindsey Tydeman Battle’s first prison was within the Abbey walls and its second, in the town, was completed in By January local magistrates decided a new building was needed and on Monday 14 May a notice appeared in the Sussex Weekly Advertiser inviting tenders for materials and workmanship for [ ].
Some Selected Reports from the Sussex Weekly Advertiser. Monday, September 18th, Game Duty. An Alphabetical List of Persons who have obtained General Certificates for killing of Game in the County of Sussex, for the present Year, which List is made up to the 9th inst.
Published by Order of his Majesty's Commissioners for the Affairs of Taxes. The Sussex Weekly Advertiser Or, Lewes and Brighthelmston Journal. That the Copartnership subsisting between Thomas Baker and Stephen Baker, of Lewes, in the county of Sussex, carpenters and joiners, will, on the 25th March,be Dissolved, by mutual consent; A Book for Subscriptions, is opened at the Lewes Old Bank, and has already.
Welcome to Sussex daily news channel We share the latest news from royalty to everyone. news about queen elizabeth, princess diana, prince harry, meghan, pri. Sussex Weekly Advertiser was the only local newspaper prior to the Brighton Herald commencing publication in These extracts have been taken from two series of microfilm held at the Brighton Local Studies Centre.
The first series, commencing in are assumed to have been taken from the original bound newspapers held by this library. The SUSSEX WEEKLY ADVERTISER is regularly filed by Messrs. TAYLER and NEWTON, WARWICK- SQUARE, near ST. PAUL'S, by whom ADVERTISEMENTS, & e. will be received and punctually forwarded to the Publisher.
It may also be seen at all the principal COFFEE- HOUSES in the Metropolis. EXPECTED LAST LOTTERY. VERY. Want The Weekly Advertiser delivered FREE to your inbox. Subscribe now. 27 May Featured Stories. New free service delivers The Weekly Advertiser editions to your inbox.
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Ap Sussex Advertiser, Lewes. To be sold by Auction. To be sold by auction on Monday April 24 th. at the White Hart Inn, Nutley valuable Sussex bred stock and several articles of Husbandry Tackling. Sussex Advertiser, Lewes. On the 22 nd. of April Mr. Jasper Wheeler of Nutley was cut of the stone, by Mr.
Hodson of. This book surveys crime and the treatment of criminals in bygone Sussex, illustrated with extracts from late 18th century copies of the Sussex Weekly Advertiser, the county's first weekly news-paper.
“You may as well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb.”The saying dates back to the days when sheep-stealing was punishable by death. Weekly: Subjects: East Sussex (England) -- Newspapers.
| Lewes (England) -- Newspapers. Also Titled: Sussex weekly advertiser, or, Lewes journal. Sussex advertiser, or, Lewes and Brighthelmston journal. Sussex advertiser, Surrey gazette and West Kent courier. The first newspaper in Sussex was the Sussex Weekly Advertiser, or Lewes Journal.
Launched in ; it covered the whole of the county, including Brighton. The first newspaper in Brighton was the Brighton Herald, which was also the longest-lived, surviving for 8, editions from 6 September to 30 September Local news covering Vernon, Highland Lakes, Glenwood, Mcafee, Sussex & Wantage.
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The principal newspapers used are the Sussex Weekly Advertiser and the Hampshire Chronicle and Portsmouth Gazette for matches played in the western half of the county, and the Kentish Chronicle, Kentish Gazette, Kentish Weekly Post and the Canterbury and Maidstone Journals for the east.
The first provincial newspaper to publish in Sussex was the Sussex Weekly Advertiser or Lewes Journal which began in Lewes in and circulated widely through .Dorothy Henry – E. Louise Childs – Main Library – Daniel Chouinard, a specialist in historic newspapers at the Bibliothèque et archives nationales du Québec, examies the Dec.
30, edition of the Sussex Weekly Advertiser.