Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Courier (Newspaper) - June 8, 1809, London, Middlesex                                il^. 4,394. PRICE SIXPENCE-HALFPENNY. xrAUKnALL.--IJnder Jhc .fttronsM of his% 'niTK. K*�^4!,"Vi'"'�;K;j' I'l' M'J��v-� lJiinl,-j>.rvv n111 ; ^r^pfciied TO-MaHKGW,'Frrik.v, J��e�.-^A.liinVi.Hi ; i JL :WatfrC'o!��K9 jijvUie iHttwiiitcii >\,rii�lv�l A'... 101. ' .*�r ^^l�u^�.Wrt.con�lnqt3oppn(r�mrtx�t iTcKick i� the .til iSuik-AdmittahceWc hillin-; Catnlottue lilXGV'tT--Now tipcn, to the i-/ t'AXORAMA, R*IDENCE nrar IlEAOIXG.-Families dtf. iiciBS t� fl�'nl tir i'.irfh:isc sucli arx"inrti'nlatiun, Iiv <^tKi\iiS tbcir (i:irUrutars to H;i\vkrs sinl Co. fUditiiR;, will (ic !uiiiw9. !    JL �" 1"V>T ��n Ltasi-r fit f"' ihi" recfjJtion of a lar>,,,.  ,>  . ---�---- : �r.- requmed imincdiiiti-ly tii sriid a siatemrni of their di-- WIjA-IjA I 11I\G.-Tu bi: liKV f iic Otlici-. - I'.irfiir" tliiT (tarliiitlar* apply tu Mr. H.irilclt, at bis Koyal Kx-chasige, and Ueueral Ageticy Ollice, Cliiclie.u-r - l.ftter�i niHi! l)e pi).>^t paid. Mi*' HJi.NftY A^tON BAKKKR, Pri�i�rielor. ONUON ft-maUPeqUenJiary, PwitooviUf.-^ ^i)n SONnXr-NEXT, June IMh, 1809. nSKUMON � iTiftir iiwwlad, fur th� -IWficlk of the above IhStitulion, at y^nri^y. ^s,.Micft:4d,**���H�-�tTert, CbeauMdr.^ythe ' 1 ik0t*tSirwi- �T"�.tCt to Iw-pn ul'l'jcueii  Clock,    -j_ .rlLchiteh^.PL'tihn^^ Strand, oir Sunday i''''doming Wjifi.the Ihh jiKten�,ky lV by leiter, p"rt-p.iid, ti> O.S. l'oiit-0:nce, F'dkin^m, Liocidiishin-, wb.ch will be iramediulely attended to. .  , i��ttGERV .______..............LY tiovs]:, ready foniilifrt, nitb a Garden, situated in a ple.isiinl soul hcalliiy village iipou the Su�e.x roa>it lietween luist Bmirn and Kribegin at Eleven o'clock. iRlVA3J^�.'tUirfON.--^A Beneficed Cr-KTif; v- jr.�ASj:�ii�lip^p.'i�S u.vcry limiled niiuber. of Pnpils ftrJheJJuiWnitfeSr w"tll h.ive T�o Vacancies afltr llie Mid-iOTmner iirc�5�. The J'ttpils arc carefully iostruned in Clas-,    H�i iiSWsJiJg* C*.ijpiisitio�, an�l every thing repils can Sua�iotB Apartments, ihorouRHy ventilated, and replete Tirttnevifry cimveoience, are open ;it five o'clock in iheiaoru--'f'Ttne pHrpoics �f iJiittCCttn^and Inj^-ciing, where &lr. :< Bmoketatteiidstp direct the Mudeuts, and deuiointrait: the , ,, various paiTs'us they appear on. i;iajecti��ii. j ",' Tlie iacopveiiieiices usually atieiidin^ Anatomical Itivesti-i' ' iilittoia^arecauntmcled by an antisceplic Process. Pupils [ {laiyjbeateomiUQdtitedin.tlie ho'usc. Gcutiemen est.iblislied ^. ia, proctijre, 4 ' 'li^e^IPitybeaeeDS^odated With au apartment tu Dissect i'JilnipriVBtily. ,   __ A^AL MONfTMENTS to perpetuate (iTe ^lorirwsVICTORIES.rf the BRITISH NA VY.- Iwihttjtiber* whf httxe paid their iinbsrriptions to a. 'MiproPOieitob^Tsuifiitiir ifie imrposes ofdelVaviiiK the ^iipeSce. 6f axrfing Ibe above design into effect,' are re-''Mwa4'b5'Mr.'.Aiie�iK�i:n'Hi.vis6.v, the. Treasurer, to !t^ie*tti�t*WCit�wn;A4 Ancbsr Tavern, oii Tuesday next, ^^^^^    *iyo^J�ie^i�lanl, at one o'clock preijselv. to i|4iurfg[||�|l:�rtiK (Committee forsuperintendiit^ it* "^"1. iit.llieir opinioii,(under the clrcunisiaHce of '^inK iii^dequate to the nbject proposed -nUnoobjertionto the freawcrrc- 1 r oiHwptpti�'w�( received bv bim, to vucli persons ' ly,f8lM�ciiy�|lMwroe into hi< btinds. rpsiil) OF the late Mr. John hill, opposite the ()M llrtilev : roinpri-lKS a 'ntts.t extehfort, 2 iiieUes; and Aduieji-ures 80 l.i-91ths tmis; urtrung haiidt'inie lilile Vesse!, sails f iiHieau. y his iMnjes-tv's Schooner Arrow, Lieuf. Uirh.-�rd Xawkes, Coinuiander, and c�tdetaned as lawful I'riie. iramediiitcly after whirii uitl be Sold her CARGO, con-i sl�tiiij{ of      lihds. superior Clurv!, -1 iiarrels of Turpentine, �  I ) Bnrels �* Pitch, Jo Ditto of Ro Ber L'.ARMIi'j|}i;ueii>ii.hmnngcrs, between Swallow-street and" Argyle-strcet, wh r^' Spectacles only are attended to. - *^^\lW^l�l?&�lHy and the Public/ ''"^"'**-t,bi^c�,6tdhi Shawls, lu-.MuiVitis. ^t^atnbtics", &.c. [fitinf^,,V}mfO�*i&c. Ac. vrciuJ'to ah'TOtre repnu- of ilnrnfcW wtaWtsbmepts.-a* well aai ibc Wrcsenl miportonity ade- L.---forlieCire di-livered. VlidieSiir Genllemen pnr-to nt)&crfe the Number is iiedpit-iirs.. riSTATE of  WlLLl/vM LEW ]'HWArrK, .;/deceaS'?d.-Atl-Persons lo"Rtu�ji William ij;wthwaite, late bar1 Ureet, af.ire-i said: and all.persons iodebtetl to the s;iid Kslaie are fnrtli-wilh detircd to pay the same ai^ aforesaid-June 1, 1803. KI^PETUAL. ADVOWSON.-To be .Sold, a perpetual ADVOW^ON, wiiti a pro-jiect of very e.-irly Induction, of coosiilerable annual v,-vlup, situate in the-Weitt of Enplsmd, and within HO mil. s of town. . The house and oilifesarc remarkably sood, and in the complele. VOWSON of a KECTOIIY la be ^OLO, the incumbent of which is at a very adviinced agi�. .'rfiuft Colotir PreikartT, lieai'^lf^mlfteon.-ninsi re- , ' feMnffiCttliiit he haiiiovr on -{ WI'Cri^unB equal to any. ^M.(afld iL     tfd..usimllv iiiSi'hU >ti|>eriui�CWIniini for ilthe bigheiit fliimatiiin-tty. ttfMk.' fioldia Uose citnil�d, (^aioffai^ �rtlclcs nf Funritnre ES. Si*i3;aad-51,St, PaaJ-s fcJB WAlTrNO DfiSKS ajxl MUS,ai (he tatne tiiae that ^   jmk.mqueKsant Futvltiii^ bf '^B(7iii f the linm Springs tMrestranspareilt'the water, give M&rci no tmibie jto ct?anse, and f�fmk'�re rcvervoirs-fur 4belit< _jWrtftfly:fltttdJup for ships, ahs Jte^p'te^dcfUipTipn. .To be tern and � Vater,W.arelioM?, No.lI^jFieet- iff ^ mlfae-Conntry by sending a"Mne, may 'i.*j*hiaHH ��*illki' t*.|M>iMt �>H{ ffcc ureat. he next PrescBtation to a living for'sale.-Apply td , Stnind, Also , Geo. Dairis, IC^q. .No. 10, "NnrthnmberLiiid-sireel.    ______, i' Ixtiidnn, tietweeii 10 nttJ 'J o'clock.-All leityry must be post free or paid. _ -  -jn^OWSON or ncM PJIESENTATIGN.- ranted tn purchase an Advdvibpa tu a Living fn the Cimiity of Devon, or in the parts of the^Counties of Dorset and Somerset adjacent to the Cmintv of Devon-; �r the Itight of the ncit� Presentation to any'such Living, wiiUihe pro ppct J)f an early vacancy.-Apply to AlrMir*. B�ll/>j|', Lane, and Lane, 2Vo. 5, Lawrence Poiintney-hill, f.nhdon; or to Mr. Bolton, So. 4. KIm-court. Temple. I.oiiditn. AN Inctiihbeni of a LIVING', alwut 19 rotlcS from Billh,- in Somersetshire, of nboq,t the Annual Value of SOOfi wishes to JiXCHAXGB it for a .Living of equal valun, either in Snrry, Sui>5 f Kent-For further imrticidars apply to Messrs; Bleas� dal^, Atcxau'|er,'and'IIoliiie, iij New'lnn'i or.to Mr. J. A. Wicfchaiu, Fronie. SiMtierset.^birr.  ADVOWSON- be SOLI>, tbc ADVOW. SONof aRKCTOaV, of tJ�. value of .%out am per'Anmm, of -Wrhich the pfesetu, Incuiubent Is at a very advanced Age.-For further p;rrtical,irs apply to Mes-ts. Oraharti, Kinderly, and Domviile, SMicitor lu*�inn,^ London. TO MASVFACTURERS AS D Ml;RCII ANTS. EXTENSIVE PIlEMiSES .arc take" �Ih: .ron^C.ceDtrnl aild hetl frequented place of Edinburgh, for the purpose if .selling GOODS on UO.\l!iriSS;lt>N on a Rpjidv-mqhey plan. Geullenjeii" therefiire wishing to establish'.ibnstnesit in (he metropolis of Scotland have an upportu--^lity ofgiviogit .-^ fair trial at asiiiallexi)ence,nodtiiey may rest assured every exertion will be ibadc b^'. theTadvej-tiscr tn'make th*^ concern permanent. 'For yattirulat^ apply to Mr. WiUiaiii Martin, "iS, Bire^ii^lane, Corutiill, Lomioo. finiUlEE NEW SEELW>-a. A tie*tBoroious. - A GOSS LKTTUCF. which gVo�s.eighteenuiches high, and above two feet round; it is fiti; sweeter, crispcr, and. I. whitef t/i.-iiraJiy former sort. Itgiows ripidl>, tun:5 iits>>6n,-"ana iV aJttiosf ill heart.-!?; A IMU' purple,BROCOLI;of (^j^eqnal superiority: its hi-.-idsare.a3.fart|;<; ascauliflmvcRS it. J^;^tnd�{ipw)aiid gru .qui/i;k, iti,flavour iy mint delici6ii�, and Itstiolnur.wh^nron the table,'m'�.-t'cauiiv.iiBn.-3, A iiew^ KASTKRN Cdci/MfiER: jibicli br'"g� vrbnderfol fruit, often nearly two fret long, ^raighl and fiuely shaped, of the deepest igrecn, and. its fttvntir is rich beynmt de�criptiuu.-: Each of thrse is in (mckcts; with printed direcltoiis for cuN 'turei^elotoiml, beaiiiifiilly and centntlly iiiiated b-tween Lvndhurst, Southampton. R logwood, nnd Rouiiiey. Imnietliate pissei-�ionway be had.-(inquirefor particuiarsat Joseph White's, Esq. Nffl.'b', New-squaie, Lincido's; le.ii; or at Chajles llar-Iiin's, Esq. Solicitor, Rttywood. tlaiil<.    _ fJpO be .Soi.o by Pkjv.ite Coxtuact, a gooA JL FAMILY HOUSl-;, with e �ins, nnd-Offires (tf every descTiptiiiH, and near onAiundred Acres oF I-Rd; situatedal Yately, near.ILirlford, ehire, ag^od HNHrting c�nolrv, ;U miles W Coj;�cr.-l''or (a^ier particuhirs ai^ to vieJ tridge, iliimp-m Hvde Park -  the abitvr, apply 10 J. Maishall, Upliutder, ^orti, Uitper King sttee*, , BtoomobMry. N. B. Thehnn9/'stawlsinapaddor!ttif35acreii. ImEEHOLDCOTTAGRaiHl LAND.- - SMMiuwnt COTTAGE, wilk Fartn^ari and re-({ui-iiie biiildii^, and 45 acres, of laiirt, consisting'vbiefiy of pusture^ urehard, at>d rich meadi^- situated in. a beauiifiil Coirairy,'c<*nvieirient to (be tdnt^&e rtKtd, thivrmiles from Tonbridgti three from-Seven Oaks, '27 froo* London.- Coaches ini5�toni]d from Town d.iUy ; also it rc^lar supply of tv-hffoAi the coast. 1'he Wbotejhis entirely compact, and immediate possession may he bad.-�*articulurs at Air. Bor-uiart's. Auctioneer, Tonliridge. TO'be SOLD by Pkivate Contract, within iiv^ mmutes walk of the Royal Exchange, the LEASE of a very convenient corapatS brick DWELIJNG HOUSE, c'�inpri(iiit; fxiir goiul Bed-rooms, dt'iuing-ronm, Sittiiig-*oom,-Kitche�,..back Kitchen, Water-closet, (iounttiu!-boilje, go^il GeHuring, capital Stair-case, and I^ifsage, Sec. The waole io eaeelleut cwidjuon, having been subot.iutially repaired within the tast year and half. For particulacs enquire of Phenc, Jun. and Ricfcilt, 21 .-^nd ii, New Bru.tdstreet. f'ff^O l^ET, and eiifured. uii at Mitljumtncr next, JL a srnali COifT.AGlC, containing two Parlours, fimr Hed-ionms, Kitchen, Panlrv, Krewhuuse, &c. and a gnud , (Jnrden, Willi Fruit Tree,, siiii.-ite in ,s. pleasant Valley, near the riverside,at llurtniiire, one mile from Godalminy, Surry. Rent 207. per Annum, free fr-mi all Taxe.".- For fiiiilier particulars apply (porl paid) to Mr. Siminuiid.-, at llic above place. ,_ _ r'pO be" SULp -An Elegant FlUn:n'OL'D JL VILLA. situaCed upon l!i<; B.-ink^ of the Thames four miles ffomllvde P.-trk. Comer. Ti4;1inusc C"lllai.1^ a hand-same enlnince halt, and vestibule, drniiig, breakfu'-t, and . geullcmans dressiug riioms, library, and cold biUh, ;ui i-legnvit salnrtn; boudoir ard nonierous bei!elm�iber-i. Tiierc arc excellent oflices atiached and det.nehi-d. ri.xttde c aeh hou-e .ind stalilins iorsix horses: a r:ipilal walled g.-irileii, (mt house, and small pndduck. 'I'he house i-of inixleni ,inil liaiid-ome architeclHrc, and from its sitiialion cinoMiaiitls >onie of the finest views on I hr river, Theuhole isin lite m;isi oerfccl repair, and fit for the iiniOediali'reception of .nny Nubleman or tJrnllemnij's family.- For particulars, enquire at No, 7, Blo'Mnsbury-square, where a piau may be teen, ILLA and Lkt      _________ __________....._ ................. elegant VILLA, two hours drive fr.on Town, with Coach- VILLA and LAND, Surrey.-To be Sold or Lkt by PntVATn CoNTa.\ct, the LF.ASl, of an bftuse, four siali Stable, excelleW (inrden fully cropped, nad J aboumlirig with fniil, Pleasure-j;round .ami Shrubbery along ' the Bjinkti of the Thames, with ripht of fishing, and in a country atforiling good slinoting .ind bunting, together with ' ten Acres of rich Meadows, besides rijjbl of pasturage, and more-Land may he had if desired. The Premi.ies in piTfeet repair, ami lUe Furniture tu be taken by appraisement.- Addrei^'i to A. fl. Pqsf-Oilice, Ho. 5, Bl.indford-sireet, P-rt-maii-squnre. rrro be'LET, and entered upon a JL  next,'an eligible F.^RM of near 'M at iVIicbueliiias '.M acres of Meadow,'Pasture, and Arable Land, caMed Pens�ern Fawr, situate in CamtartueiisJiire, Snulh Wale.-, willdii fess than two miles of the market tojTU of NeweaiUe ICmUn, and eight miles of the town and port (if Cardigan. The tiinipike roads ti� each of those'J'owiis nearly adjoin the Farm. It it im-commnnly-well watered, and the soil well adapted for the .Norfolk system of sigrindiure. Apply for particulars to Mr. Beyabii, Solicitor,'Newcastle, Enrtyn aforesaid; Mr. James -ThttwaS:- iwMr, Waisiwi, Surveyor, tnilavcrfordwest. A.^apof tite premises is left aUODsible tenant.. il ot Liri'LE COMPTON, GLOU-KA CKSTrUSHlRK.-To be�oi,� bv Private Cos-Tft.icTr.nli those valoalde and very de�iriible FEE SIMPLE audTVVlIE FREE ESTATES, in pws-ession and reversion, elijiitily Mtuate iu tU^ Parish of Little Cnmpton, in tke County'of Glnncesfer� coi".fining logether udwards of 1146 acres tif eicecdiiig:rleharabte, meadow, ami pasture lapd, together with Ih-; Jlanor,- with all rights, privileges, aud ad-vantages appertaining Uiercto, which exieudit oyer the whole of thesaid Pitri'-h. The fahn-hotises.juid h^iildir^are con-wietuly llujiXcd for the occupiitiou of the n-speciivc fanss, and the Mansiunrhuuse^may atauuall exjtence, be rnade a XOBif<�rinbler�idence for a geiUeel Family. -Tlie Ttirnpike Road frimi Wofcesl^ tu. Loudun iuus ^through the Pa< rish; 4i tunt f'.ur. mile� friuu Cliippicg Norton, ithree from Jlortph ill the .Marsh, six frciu Stow o� the Wold, and six from .Ship�ton upon Sto�tr.-To treat f.>r the-Esjate, ^apply to W. Meyrick, Esq. Ked l.ion-sqaace, L.)oduo'; or - to Uenry Clark, .Unnd Surveyor, bhipstnn Ui>u�Stnwerf of whom pri4ited Particniars wub Maps, aud i'ickets to vieW the litate.may be had. _ v CHELTENHAM-TiT be^SoLiTb^ Piiiv.4te CoNTliACT, in one Lot; the i-eniaiio'o? pnrl ofa itjosti, elieiblc PIECE of GltOU.N'D, coi.-iaini.-is" ;.'bom ten acres,^.] intifliy I- fiipiiipgaii oblougs-juare, upon which'huddiii^: q|iiai|tUyt ilviM ttrthe liiRi<^uer� I -.. .   .w., ,.      . ...-.--------......wn.,, i ^^coaCeir�'?trar tnrnf lobioialrofiFttiiMotlelt,:acC^heapside.-^.^io abate.  ..     i";maDiifjroBiinccift�r!��Jtrt: i .s Pri'/eto his .Majesty's shijr Uarleqain, Lieut.'P. C. Aiistrirtlier, Commander, the s-ime bavin;; been some time since sold by aiictiim, but not taken away  r paid by the pari chaser.- tor viewing the Vej-sr!.. .md Cargoes, JiiVenlories, stnd further Particular, iipply to Iaz. Brokers. Falinituth. and Nath.. Hiqgston, LMPERUL PARLUMEiM'. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Jcxe 7. On the motiiio of Mr. TIGU E, the lieport uf Capt. Man-by, tlie Etts;ineer appointed to explore and conduct the New Jtund^i to Ireland, via Port Patrick, for the eommunic.i-tion with Dotughadee, by the packets, was or^'rcd to be printed. On tbc Motion for the third reading of the Irhb Distillery Bill, Mr. BERX.ARD gave notice of a Motion^af an early period of the next SessiiKiof Parliaiiieut, fur a I'nnunittee to Eiiquire into the Slate of the D"i>tillery l�iws i>f Ireland. The Ijill was.rejitf the third time, pnfed, and .ordered to the Lords; as were also the Mililia Oflicers, Colonial Penalty, tbePeusioo Duly. andtheGood* V/'arehouMn- Hills. Tte Iftsh-QfiBOe lUsnla ioa Bill was com-uitted, and or-def�^ti�h#-ce{��cted to-Momw. Tb� Irish Tcmliiitt Bill was reported, and ordered to he in-groned. Mr. LOCKJI ^RT presented a PetitiottfroBV certain ."-o-prletors af Stage-Coaches, against Sir John Siiu:lair'3 ttiU to limit the number of outride posseager?.-iMlered tu lie on the table. The African Coffee 6ill,and the Judges\ . maaded a Court Martial upon bii condm-t, he dectned it proper lo po.stponu his inofi'>n uiilii the result of that C"tiri Martial shall be known. Sir FRANCIS aURDETT moved for an account, shewing . the net proccetls of all monies arising to his Majc&fy, on Droits of A-liairaity or of the Crowa, since his Majesty's accession to the Throne, and the specilic application (hereof.-'Jr. dcrc d. Sir FRANCIS BURDS-^TT aLso ro.-se to give no. lice of a iiioli m f�ir a Commiitce lo enquire rc-specfiug the grant  Colonel Gordon at Chelsea College; but he wisnrd prcvinu-ly to know from the Hon. Secretary uf (he Treasury whether all the documents intended lo be prn r,ned his ho-ticc. Mr. BANKES moved for a Committee fo in. qttire what slops had been (aktui in conscqucncn of'the report of a Committee Id.
                            

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