Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Courier Newspaper Archive: January 17, 1806 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Courier

Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Courier (Newspaper) - January 17, 1806, London, Middlesex                                6b. THIS PRESENT EVE**^1 NG Jlfcir Majesties  THF. DUtiNKA.   , Pon Jrrohie, Hr. MatHsws; ien^iand, Mr. Kelly; AntoBio, Mr, Dtgnum } C-�r\os,Jrtr..BTaham ; Father Paul, Afr.' Pjlmer; C/ab,' Sij^ncfti SftoWtfe j  louisk, Miss tfe To which will he wlUed a.npvv Varce, in a Aits, called ^ TW W&A'fH'BRfUCK.. �'�p-tnorrow. The Pis^iess'd Mother, with tlie Devil to ->�;�-�-    ' .       - . ;    � >-rHIS PRESENT EVENING Wm be perioimed X a cotnertv, called ,      ,> THE SCHOOL OF REFORM. Lor 4<^ew)( arin�TT>k t, Clair, Mrs. Gibb�; Mr&. i=etm�ni, Mta, latth-hejd: Julia, MwsUfunJoH. "       � iff which'�i^UJi>�8dd�d, HARLEQOlK's MAgNE f ; or..The ScandiruvJan Sok y^giojrtowf. Cyi�belii>e, withJi^ tui TwentV'tifth 6f hi* jJie^Cirt Majss'iy, on Horses lire tor truVelliug l'o�t/-atMJ l>y time,'" do hereby MELSON.'S KMULtMATICAL MONUMENT. p. ACKEKMANN begs leave to iiiform the XV� SubScribsrs to the above-'Ptinr, fliat in consequence �f the.Kfe*i encpurageiueiu he has i^et witu in, this interest-Hi(f Print, he inrtMds giving every Subscriber a I'uir, in col>}ur�, gratiij, of a c rrect represenunon of the Banners,' KatiucroUs, and Trophies, as were (�lai,cil around the CoWm at St. Pai.'l's Cathedral, on r>e9th January, i8o6, witb re-ferencesji xpJ�natJo�,awl pedigree of the much laiaeoted hero. Aiso, j'jst ptiblisheil, th-'Car and CoHJn. 'F ettherof the Tbjee Gentlemen arc living who were at ,#/yke, hear Halifax,'Yorkshire, about WeVen Yvure .u--.wilkiusons, natives ot sters of the above Fa-. yevsago, enqulAng tor the tan"\y that place, and e>amini�g tie Hpgis - ^-^      . mity at Gorainer^eU Church, will geod the.r Auarew to Thatna* Wilkinson, VVnncUester, Hants,, tt will be tJUiik-fully received. January, i8s6- STAMF-OFFICE, SO\fliltSEr.PLACfi. i:cceit\bcr44, iBoj. T'Jt T'E, his Majesty's eotrtmissioners for Managing VV  live Stamp Duiii-s, d^rly nuthon'sid by the Lor� Con>inissionersot his Majc�tv's TiMsury, puiiuani to . lay the xsth ot Jaruiary next, beiwe-'ii the )\o\s.t& of ten and twelve in thi forcn osn, within 1 hi district undermeiitionari, for the term, of three years, from the ist of February iieKt, to such per35ns as m�y be willing to contrail for tl\esame. AH persons intending to tatm the said Duties ace to deliver in thsir prot>osjl$ to n:i at tlie S(iin>p-C)iiii.c in Somerset Place, at li-ast three days (itevious to the wid 25th day of Hilary ueKt, si^ived w�(\tuctr nainos, statnn; the places of theirab.tde, and S|jeci�yins fliey intend to bid for rhe ^aid distntt, or ihiir pri^posais cannot be proceeded on, a� diredled by thesnii Act. Nopeisms r*c*\sed to let Hirscs for the purpose of tra-ycllmt; posS: hot any. pecwoikjtiuf ttwi^ u^e�. vtu be Mmlt^ tc�ohtr<�atorfhes3ifrdnii';}. No. (JIST.KICT tobe rettol'arm. 11' Mtddleiwx, incftidt��n i. %S/> bid for this districl are desired to take tvatice, that, v\ pur.iUJiice of the patticiilar in. struclioHs\of t..eir Lor�lshii>s, it w,ll be put upat the sum specifted m the rawRin hereof, which will Iw gradually abati'd, until a bidding shall bf made ; and, u-.-oti �"�;h hiddingt any perso;) may ailvance, and �:!e highest bidder will be dec lured tf c frfruier^ aul will be required trt pay down iinnwdiately, in Bank Notes, une.ei>;htft pjrt ot the iwnual tent there )t as a deposit ; but incase the district shall nut be accepted at a prjcc ivhich shall be decvued the proper value theteot, >t will be \Yith-drawn and otheiwise disposed of. J. BlNULliY. W. L.AKE. K: (ENKINS.        :   ED. P. HATTON. W. K. SPKNCER. CaWTHORN'S^ BRJ/ISH I11HRAR.V. removed tium Jthe cJirami to No 24, Cockspur-atrcet. AMES CAW�*10R N respeafully informs t>ie ,MobUity, C.entry,.aodPHblic at l^rge (panicularly those -wnoluve already honoured him with their names as Sub-scr)bers)tnat this very extensive colleaiun beijig . ow c:ni-P'Sltei'y.?':�dRcd, with the addi|iiin of all the new and valu-abiepublicat ons to thfr present period, will be rc-opched on Satui4^y> JanuMv, 18, ^when Canlijgues and Terms iiuy be hand4V,,fcb. j,. 180b. '   ,   ThesciU-ME coNais rs or �K     l^izesof     L.an,ojj^tj'?     Prizes pf  L 2,000 3 1(0 ll,�uo Andthelirst-drjwn 5,^00: ticket*.,will be pntitkd 19 !'�trhcirChaiicoot Capital Prize.*. .  , m;-UN;E> cash, exclusive -TmAcks 5rt)d----------,.........  ,  i,t5t PfiiijVii so .^neainount JOt SoOioool, amfupwar.ls.'h'Sive been s'oKi and shared', excl ' - Coiintfj- t^dfts, ar.-eompaniedwith short 
  • haiU!g-v.,ios&,.-and M.j Margaret's TN 'a- few days the-]>rifwing commences, tb: First JL.ydtawp Ti(.feer>.xyjJl.'be er^tilledto lo.oaal.; the 'Viist-drawn 5,aoo'''^li(;kcts wilib? cmuled tozzi, each; besides the ti�ii^i'i:Sai)�ji! lit 4h& Ca^vtal i*ti2es-; these uilvaniapaii are cowjiie ablVi, ui /avowr ot tbosp *vhp buy'belorejh,e 3d of |Hp^M��v .,ai Gentry, Societies The inon^ Jk)rthePri:fe�paid^�n,deiiianj1^;\v^)jfth^Ca terms as it pt^sy'iit.^ , - ., " This Day are piibliahed, handsomely printed in fo-lscap 8vo pike 4*. 5d bosids, POEMS, chiefly tiescrtptii-e of the softer and more delicate Sensations and Euw^iioiii of tli:; Heart origit.*l�nd translated, or imitaieif tram the Woiksof Ceswer. By KOBERT Ft L LOWS, A.M. Oxon. . Ptimedfor3.. M.iwman, a, Pou'.tryi Of whom may be had, bv the satvie ..Suthor, A nRlIiF TREATISE on DEATH, Phljsophicilly, Moral!y� and PtaiUcallytoniidered. lhtoolscdp~8vo. (irice js. bour.ls. �� : � ' .. And preparing for publication, by the same Author, ABO.,.'Y6t .SPECULA I'I VJ;and PR.AC i�CAL TUE-OLOG'y,intwolarguyolb.iiVP. ' F K E EH OX D T.A N Dand WIN D .Mi L L, near Canterbury. .To be SOLD by AUCTIMN by CHARbES.LEPlNE, 0.1 Saturoav tlie Z5[li day of January, insr. at the Rose . Inn, Canterbury, at Eleven o'clock jn the tbrenooni unless pxeWously Disposed of by Private Cbn:ratt,of .winch due Hotice will be xivo-ti, - ALt that I'iece of FREEUGLD LAND, con-, tainit'us by estimation one acre, littia'more or'less, si-tii.~te in I'ie Parish of tJiiirits Costnus .and (Jainian, hi the BleJH i'together with a W-lM l)M IVL, Litely.eroasd thereon and nearl)(< conjplere I. Thenjillis buih of excellent m-teiiaii, and the workmanship is of a superior kind, st�iiuU at a distance of atinut one inile'and a hnIf from (-"Ktiteflii.tryi and four miles and a hall' fnimWhitstable, well situated fiir rhe tdnd Ml Market, or for tl:e Rva'V trade and Ori,ting. The in.If has every advantage for wirui, and tiie roadi in thaf pattof the countly ate extremely gntki.; PAriiCul v days wil! �>e*l*�^l^hcdi New Series of the LITERARY JOURNAL, in Svu. price two shilUrgs and sixpence. rHE Pioprietors of this Work, respeflfully inform the Pu'licj that in consequence of tiie hiKli .^pptobj-tlun which has Men bestowed on that b/auch of their laooursj particularly, wliith is devoted to the Revieivi.^g of Books, they have de'erinined in future to confine th�ir attenti'in exclusively to that important objctt. t)n this account a new Series will be commenced On the first of lebruary, w}:xh, tn foiin and tyiie, will resemble other K6view.v, As FurciKn Hooks will be ex tmined indiscriminately with those m our own language, ine expeiice of Appendixes will be avoided . {(�id the twelve umbers of a Year will form two handsome Volumes. Vi iih regard to the principles upon which the Work Is con-du�ied, it may be siiiKcicnt to say that it is independent of all party ;. that 1: nUif^ no incense to rnali(;ii;int pa^ions by seventy; iTut that it spaies neither Ignotancc, toMy'iitor vice, by timidity or inisplacai inodcrstion. To present at once a just and enlightened viev/ ot tlis literature ot the tnnes; to draw the public .ittenJwn to what is sound in thought and elegant in expression ; to jiive warning .isainsf what incilhirevil - .1 its rend^ncy or barbarous in its execution; and to teach tlie ruU's ot distinnuishiii); wliat is valuable in liierature from whatis corriipr, are tlie sole purposes of the Literary Journal. Loud in,-. Printed and published by C. and R. Hiildwin, New hriil^e-strect; where the few reij.ainins Sets of the Old Series, in j vols. 4to. may be procured, price jl. each, in hoards. , . 'I'liis Day was publislie.i, i.n 8vo.price 6i the Second Edition considciablv enlarged, of . PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS on INSANI-T Y ; in which s&ine Suggestions are offered towards an improved Movie of treating (iistasesof the Mind, and some Riilcs proposed which may lead to a more humane ami sue cesslul Method of Cure, &c. ate, Uv JOSEPH MASON COX, M.D. ' Lon 'on: Printed for C. and R. lialdwin, New Bridge-street; and J. Murray, 32, l-leet-street.' ^ A NEW. Day J^ULL MONEY for PRLZES.^The present. tottery Scheme contains Frizes of L.aD.ooo Prizes of L.a.boo 10,-OO 8 i ... . . 1,030 J . .... 5 000 ^o . . . ,' . . 500 Besides Prizes of i ol jol. &c. anil(what ho other Lottiiry ever posjesstftl) ihe firrf j,3oo Tickets drawh out - f the Wheel will each b; entitled to zal, besides t.he usual chance for the above Capital Prizes. Tickets and Shares ate selling in gr^at variety at the old esfablitthed Offices, 4 C'omhill, and 9, Charin.>?-Cross, where the last3o,ortl. and the two last Prizes ot 2o,i.>ol. ever drawn; were all shared ands.'jfd by . T. BISH. . 'I'he Lottfi), het'ins the y.l of next Month. ROYAL ACADEMY. Next week will he published, YEAR'S GIF.l^ for Old , New Year's '.4. 'jm. tui�y , or, Archite4tural fcints, (tdd.-essed to tiiosc ' Royal Acadamtcians Who arfe Pai.�t;rs, written.prior, as well as subsequent, to the day of Annual Eledion jtir their Pre-sident. , , lly FABRtCIA NU-NEZ. Spinster-Printed lor John Siockdiile, Piccauilly; ot whom may be hiul, in one very, large volum-4t . With Porrrjiits, pric*. 61, 6s. or on large jjaper 81. fil. ,Pil�ingtois*s liiftionary. of P'iintcirs, hy Fuseli, with a vSuppleiiienf, by Horace VValpole, EiirloOfX)rlord. 'CREOlTORS and < day T with Observations. RyjOSllUAMONTEF.lORr, Solicitor.'  Anthorofthe Commercisl Dictionary j coiitainiiig Statutes relating to hankruptc).. Orders for Regolaiing the Pfoceed-ings, and Rules and Examples f r the last Examinatbn. Lomfijni Printed tor VV. Clarke aiid Sons, Pbriugal-street..� The purport of thisAVork is to enable the 'Batt>>cu� ibii w^i'u,-;! aduitUt* t�")k place tietwecn.two Persons of coiisiderafton, on th�>.C(mdAi^Vand .vteritsorTVo d'Stihguishid SiM'.'^ri*-;'!.  i Piintrtl for John Tripiiook, Uojkitiler,- Wo. jS; St.. james'i-strcBt. IIUMU and I.E. SSI.^M's HfSI'lKr ,r KVrtLA*-� frjmthe EAKHEST RE'JtUU))�. the PRESEsfT TIME, COVJPLE rH. MR..Pi-iiLLTPS h.?�tls? iionoKi- (') n{r-T_trr, thr. . ub!i(; liif oiijy c/i.ripi-tc, 'C.';'>c-Ulii;ri.n ua-fonri Seri?s of English Hut-rn which tias ever ittcf^ otidnced Mr. Hnniu's Hi:vt(irj wcj htoirght bw tliat Writer di/wn to the p�riotl uf the licvoUnioit, and rtlr. Bs*.Uhani hM t�kelv up ih-; nariitivc I'ro:ri the ReVjutioirj ar.d brought it down to tlic Pcsce of ..\iinsns. Jiotii Works form an uniform Serfes of Ttvcntf Valwrttt, inrf 'l.-y n.ay be h.ad of every Bookseller In town and Coun. try, price Eight i'oiuids, 11} boards. Persons already poi.iessi ^ .Mr. iJitme'.i U'titory m^y bare Mr. Helshsm's ent i4 Work by itsslt >nTv�lre Volumes, toii,J'uc4��iftea�,inb Hfds. And tsth,-latter uarr ot StnoUsi's CJeiietal History wa� ..... '�� � - Jr. JJel- dotrhef ofctsrve, ...........______........wry of t.^c i ri: 't t ieorye rue Third m-ciy b2 hart sjpari.tely, ta compiute Hume andSmollett, in Eipht VolumCi, pries Three Pounds Twelve SUUiiags in boards; ... bridgestieft, Jin. 8, i?fi6. . � � This day 15 pub'isfiad, pric; ; v.",)-hilli'ig.^ and-sixpence. THE TRIDENT OF ALJHON, an Epic ElTu-sinn ; and ari Oration .i)n trie iiitiiif ncc.cf Elociifiort cn Martial Enthus'asm; with aii A^dlfi^ss to ths ShaD E () F N.ELSO.N ; delivered at the Lyc-jtiin, Liverpool, on os-casion of the late gloribiis Naval Vicio-y. To which is prefixed an introdudliry Discourse on the luture and objects of Elocutionary .Science, liy J tyHN THE LWa LL, Professor of the Science and Pra.'.tice of Elccutian. .Sold by R. Phillipi, BridgJ^stre.-t, riackfriart;, r^ondon; andthem>').ks.'^Uersiii l.iverp-^rii, iJc. ~ ~ . �� ,Mr. SlIKK'S .\v;v'tL. This dav is nnWiihed, in 3 Vols, price n*. id. inboards. ;  AWIN'I-ER in LG.NDON. or SKETCHES of FASHION, a Nov.-l. . , , i5y T.. S. �UXR. . � Authornf George Ha-rnwcii, "pientiid Misery, &c. tec. ~r----- fMithshXe thess : * Will none olfernd, whom 'li^ a pr>ise to jjlease." Prititedfor Richard Phillips No: 6, niidie-strect, liiact-fiiar. y Mis.*- O^vrns-n.-Verrtinand Eitz-ormond, by Mr.-;: TempJc-^Vii-tulus Fovertj-, byv Mr. Siddons.-fl:^:twood, by Mr. t>odv�'.n. � . . BANXRUPiS. Thi-, dsyii published, in royal 8vo price 8s. 6d. in boanls, nPHE CREDITOR and BANKRUPT'S AS- atid SI STAN being the Sjiifit of the bankrupt Laws, 9 * ^ftwn this-.....------- ------- . . - .... a clear and distinct manner in order to ayuia those rots which tt>o ofteii r.-nder his situation unpleasant, ho waver innocent in iiitcn.ion. To Cretlitots and Assignees ihivWoik will also he found an useful Kuide; Woman in business, therefore, ought to be i^inorant of tfiose Laws in w.hich he is somjteially concerned, and a sufficient knowledge ot which the Author presUines is coinmunicatcd;in this publication. STATE LOITERY. Tobemn Drawing frehruary ^ SWIFT and CO, No. i i, Poultry, London, and at-iheir.tMHces in m >st. of tlie pr:nci|ial I otvns, aru selling the TICK.ETS and S'rl.MVES of th^ PRESENT LOl JERY", iii w�hich ihe hve thousand Hitst -Drawn Ticxeis are ciitiilcd to �il. each, bejtidcs i!ie:r chance of Capiral Prizes. , . ihe only; Priz? ot i3,on9|. shared, in-the lu-jt Lottery, No, jy.^jg, was .^old by S wilt :ind Co. as also No-3i9'>' alni::f()f :^-i,o-j . 'I,Kb ^ S"0 . Anfl in tf�e Lotteries immediately preceding : .No.6,7gi � ,^*i,oo9 No; z-',9j2 . ^io,>joo. . 9.363 - io,oo-o '9i5i6 ^,000 ' Pe-iKleti others of 0? .>iOQoI i.ooal. ?r.oL &c. set:.' R A N D L O T T E R Y begins Drawing FEBRUARY 3, iSbS;-; G C 'U^i. 3 of ^ lO.iiOO 3 - lO.OJO -.-r iJO.SOO -.-� .� iSiOJQ fV ' .� ...... a,oo� 1 � � 6...0C1 i - -r~ 8,000 ��.���> -: -r- 10 030 so - io> -rr-�, : , .? -Ol IIO, ' -- -^ 6,000 J, oio I' 1 rst-dr .Tick As a a- - IJO.OOO 4J(;:6do^T"ckets  ' Paw of the above Capital*. � . I'*"t.da*.�v iiokti lit ;'�v: - �io,oco i. Ditto ; - - 4!h Day - io,ooo iiitio - �- btn.l^y �ao.o4� Dt^n  - - 7tn ay, , - <,ooo Diito - - loih Day - a.coo jljckws-.vnd Shares ate selluig.at,ev;ty L censed Lottery Office. � Present Vnc of a 'I rcket llklt QiiaiVr . loi. od od. Jiigh^h. Sixteenth ,91 -zl. tl. 191. 12s. 6. od. od � aojea;ly Pirx-liase^is advised, asHhe First j,coo 'l.ic-fker'will he entitled to szl. e.tctj, be.Mdes their chance of the riily vjl.i.,ble,K'lrd^M"e "'t? disrtpj'te, ^Xjk nt^o i.uetiqn ot a'^ilelcteiuiits fitntliJtUlWoii; by ai/t-^uin^ilt'f ���'' MR.GREfiNOUGH'if'LOZENOES of TOLU, .. jilf the .softei^inB.ajji^ healing virtues, nf Vebtaied nW.s'AM'of TtJI^uraiitTare the pleasantcst jaiMt !'Wt.�itP C' andijWan.vCkrk,; Np. !(s1n India. PrintcdtorLongmaniHurst, Rees* and OrrtejParetnoster-ro\V ; andJohnAndetson, Edinburgh. " Dr.. Tennai^t, In'his tWo voWfries', has commwiicntrd a gieaier mass of entirtainingattd vsifiil hifotntation, contcnw iitg Imha, thanin/ot-hi^ pfedec^s^rii n\ thi school bt Eas-tern iitf rativte-, .Fr^n) thetlost -fi-'lltienl' leiatitin in whtth -that Country stands' to w^f assubjWlsnt the same (.'oir^rji.; mlint, eVery htha^itant tif tl>l�Hiitidi (sirs ni.ty be-siippoii'd ' to fi'cl� paticolar'inw/est hi its L-wcettis, *nd an lwm�Sf We. sire to be'acqtiainit'd wifh tt4 j}Aii�Ii>{oh That desn* Avill hrircbegrMitfrtt-*'  '  fioKWii; K*vww,i)�."igo5. ThU bouk cpntam* a grerft'wai dl cnr,(t>Fal.an�i'ftlpn''boih otrhe siiV >A*il''ot'fl^eTViter, 'PfWj'htitcrhe Ui*-t\)|P\Kltf�'ths a^^rcrt- , ,, ,, ,hi;-; itnd will B;ut itxthi- nitbttnft'Kon *f tht *n�rth�nr;- thir-! ij . ..... Crt�c�i-Rt�viott-,-fi�ne..i��i^' i.'-">' LADY MARV;W()iU'LEVMONTAG:U. This day is published, a Fifth Edif'ion, in.five elegant vls. r ^ foolsciPi. oftavo, wiih Portraits; and Kac Similes, f'ite , j^t. in b-iardi, ot " � . T^HE LET'i'ER-Sand OTHER .\VORK-S-of the  X Rt. Won. Lady MARY V.MRrLEY MONTAGU, published from her n^nuin;^ piperj iii pvi'sess-icm pf her fVrandson, the Marquis of Hut--; towhteh ure-prefixed. Memoirs o^ her Life. . EytheRey. 1\M2S DALLAWAY. Piinted tor Richard Phi) ip^i N". 71, St. Paui'i Chanrft-yard J and to be had 6f al|hooks2'.Urs. Of-whom ajio Aiay 6d had, . ; . r. The En;ire Correapf.nibnce' of Sa.Ti!!?] -R?<;?i�rdsf Universal History, it will be'tmme� � (liately confessed bv eveiv oomrietcnt ju-pc, thntBossuetis at once too short and Uiis:itistaCtorv ; th-at V alfjire is too g.iy and desultoryi and that tl'C i;re-;t (:nqlish L'nt versa! Historv is ather to be cor.suhed iiKe a Oiciionary than to be iierusni as an analysis of the suaject to which'i: relates. What tiiese writers have not ri.ne, h;is been ar^emptsti by the author ot thejpresent woiJc. He his her.i saiicitotts to avoid the extremes olprolixiiv and brevity; to be distinilt, pleusmg, and . comprehensive, Tlv.swotk has, therefore, oroY^d a valuable atquishion to Young Pe.-sons, to Public ^cllPols, to Ladies, to Circulating Ltbrariss, iirKt. in iE w.ho do not make Literature the sole business of their lives, and' to whom the Vlniveisal fhstoiy im sixty-six large volumes is eithertoo voluminous or too expcrtsivs. � Printe.1 for Richard FmlJtvs, No. 6.-Bridge-street, Black-friars ; and tn be had month by moEih; as T�ublish .^ose to purchase the en-tirvwork watiour wji tiuj* f >r tite inanthly.iniblioation, ate'-tnformedtliat the two editions m�y be had of all Uuoksellers. done up in the thrsekinds.t>lb nd.ngsai ftiefcllowmg prices. Comun.ou Pawer compJcf? m boauls . , 1.4136 Ditto- dttto, half-hannd ; , 5 Ditto ditto, calt gilt - i . .' 5158 Fine and large Paprr m hoards . . 6 to Ditto ditto, hall-botjnu . . 6 i6 6 Ditto ditto, calf gilt . . r 10  Vot"lillt"'u.\l,A I i " mjHitd by bruise, imd spwins W ji...tij'eat service ijii w^iij>psot'iiunnb-  lytic statt'. It IS �l�o pjfticuU.'ly rcv'uJitJteaded tor Chll- , Ujni.sj abd it.used iit tunc it .will i;reve'>�'t)�i) bilking.; but in this case ir siwnddbcdt^iyLved �t�d;'.n|sti�l warm. Ne the � Wpotlel-toc upr\.p�r�l a>4t( K� trom-CtieatMni.-^ prK.�v�ijitirti>�v3))>aii,[^.a ,[Knup, duty in-c^liKkdet; I'Utiisa vanety-Ait (he' pnbi��,yhich Miliw �:anw*ol,lJri t�j�(}w, (Utatinfl-vrMs,. a;i>L:Niri Newbeiv, a>t^ liamhO'ivtiy tnadAUMJia, purcnuscd-aff'iv-qiiested' tottoserv* vvhetbi.'r.i>h5;.w^j^V,r. Newbetyi tjlo. 4?i St. PauPs,V-bften. unot*..,~ o � , .. ,1^ .\, , (^e>ld also; hv. their app-JiHinsnt "byt .Ji^fi" >nd fntton,. ioiv Ohur CoclcsptiMittafti l;!�t'..i>�1>.;. r. Tiiti, t<^yal ,l*9s; >J bOyi!;S-:i!er,a.tth:Q�{Mf Ul|^a^,j>;^(!^ i (. ect ) and dcttcrow, e, B�>ro*h..
  • From 1607 To The Present

    Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

    Growing Every Second

    Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

    Genealogy Made Simple

    Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

    Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

    Unlimited 6 Month

    $99.95 (45% Savings!)

    Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

    Unlimited Monthly

    $29.95

    Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

    Introductory

    $9.95

    25 page views for 1 month Learn More

    Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

    24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

    Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

    Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

    Your Membership Includes:
    • 25 page views for 1 month
    • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
    • Ability to View, Save, and Print
    • Articles featuring over 100 million people
    • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
    • & Many More Features!
    Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
    Your Membership Includes:
    • Unlimited Page Views
    • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
    • Ability to View, Save, and Print
    • Articles featuring over 100 million people
    • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
    • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
    • & Many More Features!
    Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
    Best Value! Save -45%
    Your Membership Includes:
    • Unlimited Page Views
    • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
    • Ability to View, Save, and Print
    • Articles featuring over 100 million people
    • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
    • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
    • & Many More Features!

    What our Customers Say:

    "It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

    "I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

    "A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

    Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

    Uncover 400+ Years
    of Newspaper Archives
    (1607 to today!)

    Browse by Date

    Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
    & all 50 U.S. States

    Browse by Location

    Explore 6,200+ Current &
    Historical Newspaper Titles
    and Counting!

    Browse by Publication