Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Courier: Saturday, January 25, 1806 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Courier (Newspaper) - January 25, 1806, London, Middlesex                                ft.. ?jrrjmore, iVlr. Dowioh, Mr^ MHt.ljiSWiv Mr- Uoru^.r, Miss ope, Wr�, JorJaiv; iVlrs.H.- Sidili'i\s;Miss MeffDm "Alfer wliit'ij, i iie\v'C>ifand LeKeiicl.lVJr Mt)lri-Diam:i, called �   i .    T,HMl,UiJvl'lNC^aEVV:UTY. The new Opera wiii befepe^ieii on .SJpiiday, Wcdnesdaj', �rid FniTayrtext. ' "   ' On 1 uesday,-The Castle Spcdlrci Osmond (is* tirtie), by tht V.nm;g,ftosci,us.^   ,      . _ , .   .'i:m:,i-H�li MO'VAli, C.rVl'Wj-UAV^.i.-'x. >T^yIS.PJ^EiSE^"X,EyiiNlisG will bepciicrmeJ Xv a Coine uicou AY, l-cbruary ii. ruii aevctal I'EK-l-OKrvrANC-fcS for tJiat LVv?iiiti>r, Will enibfaco the uiiifttl talfiitsiftil t^cciiions ot tile whole, I hcuttc. ticket.', aiul places lor .the Uo;(e� to be had of Mis Kin^, No 9. Storc-stn.cr. U'edibrd-j^qfuure ; of Mr. Wruiiiihioti at ttul I'licatr..-, between the h r tweWa and i>vu ; and ot Mr. lus-broo^. at tlie.�/ix-t)ttice,'111 little Kiisseli-s'rcct. lothj VV;:nhyana Indeiwmlcnt BUKGtSSES ot ilw iio-r�iKh ot U-.iK.WlCK-UPt)N-l'WtED, GENri-EMEN,. '. IN cpnsequettcc of the Invitalions of many of iriy KfieWst,'' 1 have fcjen induced tit df-cLue inyscit ^iC.'ii^- ic ISoroUfjh i>t nekt General ___^_____,_____ ______ Ige that desire . iroH� th^ yery'-dattetinj; reci (itiun i have experieucfti in my Caltyass id vl>!i'l^�>vn  'iclc. As it sviU ico^istantly tie my eiideavoyr to rendt-r myself,worthy of your sUpport siioultl I btfiilrimiitelvaiictesstui, 1 rate the, U'.)erty ot requesting your Votes and Interest whei'eVrr tlie peiiod shall iiirivetury/itu: exertions.   I am OeiuU'inen, ' ' Yovtrinosi obedient hmnbjejierv.inf, Aberdeen. Jan. ly.    :        '�      AhUX.TOWl'ltS. THE Temporarjr House of the t^ONXiOiii IN-.STl.TU liON, as tir as   res-iieds the Library aid Heading Rpof^i�, is OPENKD TUIS 0AY forth propdsiilii,' �ie'�i�.d,4|>, -st.ttin^ the'Unie^wiUnn �*Ui�h �lie-biiil>.hi�; liitu be fonpl.-tcd, winch inu.>t not e^x-ccrd tlie itjth "le^jfcin'^cr, 180?, aad'spet'H)-in vinaiiL:e ot the c:.iitr;icl.   .-TlIOiVtAS !;-.\LK.NtiI<..in-MLLll';i, Ife.isurcr, Manchester, i3ih J.Hnirtry, 1H06.    , Pi^KSENTATION to \trATslTEiD, an APPRENTICE to V V-y=^\eirdNrkii iECA-Ky.&c.in full i GUAKDiANS. ' SUR. I {iriitictt, at a(i|^o|Ml6ift sea. ;poit .tovyit bel^veen 70 and So iniles from l.oQd<^j,tt is hoped nqapplicattpn wt|l, be tnai^e h.r, atiy 'Vouiig'^Ceiiileniaii who has mil been i(> rr- - jofh Day     -      .....*,t*o ,,,V'?Hc,tsand Sh^re$afc scUius at. cveiy L censed Lottery Oflice.           '   '   .   r;y          . : �>-   . ^      Presentil'ticeotVTicVet    -1    19L   19?. *J�if -  r ..wW''aas.   �>�<.   L�hth ' -    aL lAs.   oL Quaiw - \f. "siiaj ' od    hivie^nh'    lU. 6-    ol ^ ** An eaiJy Puft|}jate isJadv^sed, as the I'l/st <;,<:oo I ic. f,*�*.'wjll,tW enlielttttttia^Lvcach, bcs|d4;the�/'cliance o|.t�ne ,   *_____ iiied' ��:J|{c �(jthfeTpM( Btj-," J^'.' H H iWnwi-^/jmaautiotHMd Mbcauw /out ?'^&'e aAd refill iflli: Tinl(feK'^��; \.C ^; c  k h r i- r m v. .vt "�0 be SOLD the. next P a valuable LI VI iC, lu the iie;j;lib urliood ot l.ond.ui. Tlic nicumhent i.-ar a very adv,iiip.'i.l use, and iliu livtngh.is a nutnher ot va'rable circumst.tnctrs to ircomnienu it to ihe at-teniuiu ot those wlij wi:>h to provide tor a reU'iuii 111 the Ciiurch. ' � . l>or particulars apj.ly toMr. llrace. No. 3, Boswcll-court, Caiey-sfri'ct. Ror1nso.N iind HOLMES, PERUKE MA-KliKS Vihis kf>yal,Hii;hiie,ss ihe I'liiii-e of Wd!e , and to the flKaire Royal CoVcut Garden,must re^pecttully acqUHint the Nobility and Gentry tli.it tlieir I',tent Perukes are su excelk-ni an iniitation of Natur.: us not ts b.i di^cO' ve:ed troiii it : rli. y jiokS-'ss such' convenience and taste as niakii th-in adiiiir.-d aii.l adjpte.l by pjrsons of the first rank ai d fashio.n, and cjii only be hid at ,No. 1, Ussex street, Straiul, a;id St' ap(S Uiirni iif at .VIr. I). IV'jberrsoii's, Nd, aj, I'lhicc'ik-siteat^ lidiiibuigh.' ' All other Perukes advertised as I'ateiit iil'e not only u ^ 3 im'.)m:i.iti'.)n on the Vnblic, but an ui)haiid�ome eliiirt to iiiinre tli-* ab:-iYe Patentees^ who boldly asierf that ili.'ir I'ateiit is thi Oiily t>ne cvei; gtamid vvlierein thcappe.H4ix-e of Naiiifj vvas the objed of iha lij-,vcnt rs.     � , ,�'   .-v. �� '� .�    ��' Printed Direitinns for Gentleinjn residing at a distance,, m ly had as ab.�.ve. A rcjerencc fo; 1'aynicjit is expocttd With CouiittyOiders. � MILlfAKY UDUCVTION. V /r-E^; ^BONMYCA^TLE atitl H0MMEY beg-; iVX   leave to intbrni, the Nobij.ty aiul (,JHiccj� of .tjw . Army, jtJVat .t';.eyJiavu. reoi vvcd^       much larijera-rttiiViiie convmpuioui house at this' vi llage of Cha� libn, ab nit half a inile slioit of AVeuUvich Cnnnitiii.   The siiuaiidn' i* re-inaiki^bly healil.ty . and plea^atit,, aiid, besides ancxteiiaife ranke ot gi.>und attached to t|�e picmiscs for eliereise, some' of tn6 (.>eiiileine ia.*in);, &Vi as well as in all other branches i'nhected With'a Mili'aiy, ^duc^iiou.  Th-y are-, also qua-tied tor bshix admit�<;d irtii) any of the Military VLsUhlish-m'^htS' uiidei Govemmeiit, aiivtfor ilw service of the Hnu. liait Indi,! .Cwui'Hwy,   ;The. usual. Cuurstf ot�tudi4� tfr coiayu i(itei'uis, apply to Mr. lioiinycaath;; Wuuiv lud with niufh raste and ele);aiice, kitch:?n and oHicc?5, extensive, sta-: bling tor tour hiirses, �ijli doiible toach-Irousc; The Lease and Furi(it\ire, ifd:sired,may tie hadat.valuition. Forfur-'� tlief particulars apply at No, 4Si Llpper "JitchticldrStreet, FittroyjSquaiei. i. " FRJSEHOLD WATER MILL near Trowbridge. Wilts. FOR SALE by PRIVATE CONTRACf, a Capital watKR GRIS 1' Mli.L, known by the name of the 1.0 Wj'.R. Ml LL, standin? upon tlirf River Hiss, withm fi*'e minutes walk ft the tuwn ot. I rowbridge ; being part ot the liStare ot thi Lite Mr. N.itlian Noyes, now in the renting ot Air. deor^e I'.all. as tenant at will. i' I lie capability, ot improvenunt which these .Premises possess IS almost inca-lculible. 1 hiry are situate upmi a river which liaidly ever lals to jiioduce a good supply < f water, and where a finod h, seph Oiinn, Factor, Basinghall-street ;.and at the GllK:e of Mr^^. Williams, Red Lion.square, Lond�.n ; or to Mr .s. Wiliums, Solicitor, Troivbridge (itby letter, free of posuge). To the PRCJPRl etc)RS of t!ie RliSSI A OI L, for making the Hair grow. THE benefit I have lately derived from that va-luabl'f (ii.ic>)Vci4l', ii.iiuces ine, as a medical gL'ni1?itian, ff r the gond of oth.-is, to make this fact public ,A Imle timeagn^ I found my hairto.be lallmg ofti and on one .sfdi; 10 become nearly b.tUl,.when 1 was advised by ni> daugliler^ (who had tipich improved ^er hair by tke use d^ the Russia' Oil) to niuke tnil of snmellhe'had ; which, after using constant for a *hort fine, to my great asronishment wlsatistac-ton, had the place which v as almost bare, en'irely covered with l)air,|and equal to anv part of my hair, wh-chis now in good perfeetinn.-Dr. t-o\'i, No?i5t, Mortimcrrstreet. ' 'I he Rusiiia Oil, wh'ch IS proved the ordyarticle.that has yet been discovc'ed for making the ll.nr grovy^hick and long, even on bafd places, wlnskers, &c. does in all-cases prevent the hair falling off. Its invflrifble.viitue�haYe;t!!eon,so tnuch proved, as to b ing it inDSe by some ot-the RoyaJ Familyi andinost of thcNobihty ni this Kmgdtnn, thcrefiire.to gom-'nicKt on tli5 many qualities it possesses is.uselesj: it need 0nl.ybe.5aid, It ought not rd beoinittrd, as the phicf aj>peu. dage to the toilet, of every one Who has the ornament ot a line he.id ot hair,-imd wishes to retain it, lilso those Avho are deh-cieiit, and want to pioiit trom iti viitues. li^rrcei;^ per boti-tie, gr ojiecontauiing tour smill. at a gmnea. . i To bc-h,�d,of Mr; Prince, sjjyOxford.street; amlbyan-pointmint'at Mr. Finfk's. 5, Heikley-square 5 Mr. Smith; � I'iitfjHWftrJstttitltciKing, i,"o, New Hand-ifttteej; Ward* 3*4, iMindle-row, Holborn j; Withers^ azg.' Strand, near Temple-'baf : Flolines, 1, Royal bxchange, and itiqst meUicine ven-< dSrs a'hdVttrtmners in town and ?o;intry. ' lif Vi*  -t; ��� : JJ-.l:l  �''..��'ji.y.'-' r-......'       -� *    �'� SlEhRS'S PARR9ORIC LO/.�NGLS, � ,Si�V ' . Tti Mr,.SlEERS, : A Very exfrao,rdingry. cure requires imjr acknow. lecjgments-l-l W�r seized with the most violent f fcr(eiieeil,*.Vitr��Hletf 'Wtih>4r�rat hoarseness/ ind ,� ��nf��tJli�.�liVo�t �nit^r��rt; w�)|ch iv�uc?�� ,tt�e to st�. LORD NKLSON'S FUNURaL. This Day is published, , , 'HE GRAND bKLEC liON of MUSIC j-er- _   formed on' that sulenin Occasion, eompnseil iiy Dr. Cr|ift. Messrs. Viircel.l, Att�i'ooe published, price oneCiiuiea in Bo rns, elc antly printed in ptie volutni" f fJio,-wirii si>lindideiigravii)>;s bv McAtli, � A n l];I>UiJTRATiON of the ANAlOMY rV ot thi' liVlvV^N 'iAR, acuo,n>inipd by .V-iewiof tljiit Orga", iwcnratcly drawn, of the ri 'turals'ic, from a S;-rieiof Didsections. To which is added, a 'Irntiseon its Diseases, the Causes* of Dcafiicss, and the itroper Treat-m.:nt, Bv J. C. SAUNDERS, Di-monstfator of Practical  Anatomy in the Anatomical School in St. fhomiis's Hjspital, and '^urnerin to the L-iidnii Dispen-iary for Diseases pf the F ye and liar. Printed lor Richawl Phillips, Nb,.^, Bridge-si'eet, B'lck- friars. .    .    .��  . '[        ; ' , '   ' _.....      �   . � . IJeilioVci to the liJrl of MOl�a. -Thisday is pibli.'.lud, in 'I'wo Vnlume* Cro>vn tidavo; price ifts. Ill extri Uoifds, j;inbellisn:-d With u Purtrait etched hy Fittler,tmma P>iniin(;hv'^Htn,;li�in, THE LlFh: of TUOM.-^S l^EKMODY ; inter. ,spc'r..ied vvilh Pieces of briginil P'letiv, in.un exhir,it-mg unex.mipled I'rem.itunry ls, Li-dley's Vovuiie to Ur.iMl, C.'H.'c-tiiin of l?al of a I'ermdical Number was uii.re a�;ieeanle man thedeliv.ry ot a large volume at one tmrj; and.a!�o for the dccoinmodaiion of ni.nn ot tlieir ^ubscriOers who Jiave been imiiatitnt to rece-.ve their annual volimio. To their numeiuas Subscribers who reside aSroad, or in distant parts of the > uumry, (he old me>h�(lut publication will probably be more acceptable, and they .tre acipitmiol, that thecompJete volume will be publishetf, as usual, in the M n.tli ot Marth, puce il is. jn extra hia'ds. 'I'hiS Review isuiauuguish.'d tfcmallo'hers by its cjm-prliing iiynne volume, Accounts 01 all the V\ o.ks pulvlished durii'g one         �         .        -........-v.r . arrange tk^ an Intioduilion, -, -       ...... thus tojiresfiit anUiitvrfcMl Jorin j-a Form the m >�t niie-re�tmg for peru.sal, andthe inost.valuable tor a Hook .01 .Ro-tetwVCB in the Ltbran- u_ ' cnwluwd i^.5Wtc, lihat *p my.>� Rfis e�> oqlfta. \ya^WMelJ j^tdWbdifcj X stlxl� boxafi ^(>�^^ireg�rttiao. No. I iiynne volume, Accounts ot all the \\o.ks pufvlished one years WViWluidi means the F.dit'jr is enafjled to the yarious Publications inif> Chapters p.ecrd'd bv �du4lioii, agreeably to their resjHsdive Suojwls, and- 01   l.Siv 1 o, Mis. vV   'i. tint. DR. SHAW'S HISTORY i4> Plates, engravetl by- .Mr. Heath and liihi is ifiis Pay pnblislnifl, ^ric� Two Ouiivas a>,d a H4!f,  , boards, being the Sixth Volume, in Two Pans, o{ Ins GfiNLRAL ZOOI OG V, PiinteiirorG. Kearslev,tieet-�roer.    _ Ofwhttt iiwiy .b�'itwl, fiy.the-�am� .\�thor, , ; ,  wi.hbeiwtcn 1^0 iknil 306 DE FEMCE AC.Al NST Ift V A.-ill �N, 'rhis.ia'v ispublislied, prib-'4's. (id itvijoaids. ENGLAKR'S ;/EGISi  or; a Di.piay of tir true .ililitary Energies rift liC liriUsli limpire, , By John CA:  .'I'i .� 1 i-n M.ni.l Kd-hus'asin ; with an x".-.!dr�.;!orioi;s Navul ticioiy.    \ >) u t^'j- tinen an inti idiict iry Di.>coin�b jn lue iiaiure ui.ii o'./je.fc ;^! LloUitio:iary Scirhce Wy JOHN THLLWALL, Profcsiordf the StiCHc.'and t'ractAs of F.tdcUtnn. Sold by R, PInllipj, Bridg.--stteeti liUt;kfnar�j .umtcn ; and tlie nuokS4.-lleis in Liverpool, ^        . An liVUHWfciANT ADOjTirtN- to the b f tiCiC 'oF . ,-iiOWIs.'; o"* bDUCATlOK. On Mondiy^the lytli of FpbnUry, wt|l be jiobifhed, prt?H'il oil ^ood.Pirper; and in 3 tlear '1 vpe; corresp!m g iii sr/,e with Dr. Mayor's British Nepos; pni-c j,. bound, wuu llicfiill .\|ljw, O.N S for 3cU miyofeilM t Sex : crimbiiiirtg, �itli theelenients of all knavvl�lge, . r.., tli.^i are to be fo.itid 111 any. other \Voikot the sinr.'e (ic::cripti"n r every lesSon haVnvg a uUarly dehned obj t\, .and c n,' -3 .me principle of scisnce or luotaitiy, or sMne !ui,.^iari'. truth. ��. By the Rev. DaVID BLaIR. The Author h'js been stlmuiaien to compile tnese Fxerdbes in readnn;, by th; observation, that, altltongh thcri at pf.-.>-nr exist several excellent books tor teaching Readme and I h-tutioil, the o!)ject ot ihemdne. not exc-.-nd beyonJ tlie ni re co.nUination ot words ; and th-y c.jiwist aim-st ennr.;K �; passages .selected With retcreilce tci Beiury or couij/OMiiyiJ only.   In.the i>r�ent VVork. El.-ga.K;  has been united Utility'; Sound ind Sense hu/e been stu.itousiy c-i'in .iricl ; and Eloquence has always been adapted to tiie uiiip.'-ti.. if  histraction.   Lishoiti every one oMiie Lessous'inr'-ii CJla,s ^Jook, is calculated to mak.- the Young Keiiler t;>jwi wms and better. .      :     r . The ."iuthor's o\Vn experience as a Teacher, sng:;est':J m liiiu thedivlsiou ot his B')ofc into three Hvindied anISixtv � five Lessons, or <)ne toi every 1 ray in ihe Ye*/; in t,-. It is' Uhvinus;  ' will be attended with ail equal dt-'grec ot coii' enience 10 t.ic; Tutor and Piipil in the a:tu,al busiiiess^.fa puotic SentiiMrv, ' Printed for Richard Philips, Ko. 6, Krul.e,�freer, Ijl-itk-triats ; and to; be had of allBookai-Uers ihiihe.. Uiiiictl ' /.'^^     :       -    , A POIPULAR SYSTfi-M Oif GtOGKAPaY. This Day is published, a ijcpnd. Edition, considerably en- . large.1 and iiiipruvedi '!lusirii;ed with upwards of ij\;y : b.-a.ilif'u'l engiavings, riprcsenting tiltf.Dr^srji, tiustcin-.". an.i.Habualwns of all Nations, with iitnnciuus.Mups,"'ic price los. 6d. b.iuml, �    . EQGR.'^PHY on a POPULAR PL.AN. fox - Vjf theUSE, OF SCHOOLS and YOUNG PEkSO.Vs c'n a iting all the ihterestihg and amuiin^ tie.itur^s of Geoi giapliicil St.eniie, and calculated to ,eQitvey in^tritiilioii b> . iiifc.ris of thestiiUi g and plewsing as ns proilated b> the peculiar manners, customs, 4nd charad.nstics .ui all nations a.ui coi.ntrics. Uy the Rev. L GOLDSMITH Insfe-ad Of dry. Details relative to tibj^ds not adapted \-\ tilt Taste sikI Ouriciajty of Yoitth, t;ils 'Wofkis soly oi;c'3pi. ed with such,-Anecdotes of People and Countries.as are c.rti. culafccl to rivetatieiition, and inaiufain that {"ascinaiing c:ia-racier fjr.whii;h the Science uf Geogiapliy has hi^lie'r i,?ain.S thdiiany other branch of Ki.osvledge.   The coriJciis of t is  . volurvieare con-equently rendered more intercbiii.>; rhan d e; lerhaps, those ol any other work of ciiiial size in t:ie liii/,-. i.ic.d part.of GeOijrjphy may tje -1 taiiKht in H fuurth4rjrt ot the usual fimc. >     ' Printed for Richard PfiilVips, No, b, Ur'dge st eci, PIjlV-fiiais, ami to be liail of all Bo.ikoeli.ra, wiih a i.ifi;^ ...'"jw. iiiice to Sclinols. - � Ot whoin mav be hail, also bv tli^; sar-i" Antliofj .^11 h.i.*y (.raiTiMiar 1.} C,e.>>;upiv, b;iii); an ln'r.)�i'idi � and 11 omp iin-iii to the above, anil ui!ivei:..i!ly ;i^nn.i>vl:-�n-e.l to be rhe ne^t and most iiia.:lii.'ai Wi.rk 01 tins Kind c-i.inr,   lllurliuirU with maps, ^.�c, ..';c. price liali-.i-ciuwn .ho.,ii^ .iviv.i^__________ ' "Land .siKVLi iNiT. 1 (lis nay ij published, illu.vli neil .vith a grviie- v.inetv ur Co pcr-plates man diiv or.tr\',  rK ot tJie k nd, and .us : wi'h ii)>\.iitls ol on^ III! i.i'v'Li ^\ oi,d u uis, .v.. -.s. (".o'.i u, a^i^iii .elh:men':is ol land .suRVi-:viNG. X 111 .lil I's i)rain. s;^, pl,m and ciiloiiren 7 complete lablcsotbinca jr.d I anguit.-:, Loga-ritliins, ivc. ivc. Mc. By AlsUAMAM CKOiKEK. Lai d .Survey.pi ot I-loni'.', 111 M-.i'..U'ai.tshire. 'I'he nhject ol tne .Aii'h.ir , 1 ihi^ v, o k l'�.>. e.-ii ;ifi).J:icf a )iiaotica! :.y>tem ot L nd Siirve. ;ii>j,. r ir.'S i ntiin," iis .scie'ititlt; arraiiVenient a'ld per-.' ic ii'\ vvth .Mi. |{ .1.1,1 ..^jes w "ll-Kno.vn Sv-teni ol ..ic. snr,,ti.>ii, l:.\.i\ .<�.;. a ii Case is iliu^tr.iitti Willi n. '.noioiis Xuripl.-s ; 'i..: exp ucc his been incurred to pronucc Micri Ln^Mvii-.fpi m. a ,d c .l:in-ed, as sli.ulil coniplet.ly iiivrmci  -, .No b, i!ri.ii;e-strart, Bl.ick-finrs ; and to be li.ul ot all. Book.elins m tne tuttcu K.i. g-. dom.__________  - _- , i/.-!tlUr. J*./il.^Jiicr crili l)4 . each, liandsomelv Iialt liound.   ' , THE BOOK of TRADES, or LIBR.ARY of th(�i USM'i;L ARA3, nv which cv ry'I r.|�if IS iJiusi/,*!-.4^ with separate hng-avrifcS, and its His'orv,; l.'tditv.-iiir'>eiu' Slate,'Advantages,and Disadvantages, atfiiully and acSiSHtely d'.'sciibcd. , . part I. - JBrickUyer. C.rpeiiter. Copper. Stone-mason, S-iwyer. Sinith. PART II. Feitther Worker. LaUiviUess..-p^vioOr.' IPnriierw, , w..  Srush-iltaker, Tttjldr.'. ShocMaJter. P.ARTUl. NeflklleMakit. Wire Maker. .P^lKt Maketv. printer, BnoVKiMler." _____ .    tel^.tor �"� ftiajJIlPW.nreu^ ,'4itn�S6lf, ahil 1* 'hey arc sold ortty.hy F. ^ir.vbury JfitrrfmiSi �*t;�''NI%.^^, St ^'aul's Cliurch.)rj|l.tiV| his name enmaveaortWie * 'pi.(;i. men* Ih \V% Brhiyli,- Levitrfkii, iii>  (tally enKraveilby' Mr. Heatlu Ut l<.PUirPM�i|i lou8f^^l4rnp^'ts-; iininidUieTr iji. Toitqtre , ii�i�tt�, ut  ^i*; 6U.  et,    i��.  {MnnI�. 1. rti�io.)mr:*'lhNvrw�y�vJf�<�. Wool.comber. Spinner. X�ater'.:i.m. Basket .Maker,   , Hat ,\'akcr. l^wellsF..' C.ach-makcr. Tallow i;tiatidl�r. Ganl. er. . Huir^ Dresser. Comb M;f:ii�rRtewe>. . K./CtihitweN'ltnuw A Jxiyeniieanii ^ch h*ft jnU me constanti) kej�t o� snle,'; l^aslrfrtmeot r.fMJo
                            

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

10 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:
  • 10 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