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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, Aberdeen Central Library
Interesting Record: Caledonian Mercury, The;
Described as the most "ancient general newspaper in Scotland" (Mitchell's 1846). The Caledonian Mercury appeared in 1720, and was a "Jacobite paper which became the organ of the Highland Army in '45, and which was printed and owned by Thomas Ruddiman from 1729" (Gillespie). In November 1829, there was "an extraordinary dispute" between the editors of The Caledonian Mercury and The Scotsman, arising out of attacks the former was allegedly making continually on the latter. It even resulted in a duel between the editors" (Couper, SNQ 8:3s).

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