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The principal newspapers held by Cumbria libraries and archive centres are: Adairs Maryport Advertiser 1853 - 1905 held at Maryport Library Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser 1874 - 1881 held at Alston Library Ambleside Herald 1880 - 1887 held at Kendal Library Barrow Guardian 1910 - 1947 held at Barrow Archive Centre Barrow Herald 1864 - 1914 held at Barrow Archive Centre Barrow News 1883 - 1986 held at Barrow Archive Centre Carlisle Express and Examiner 1857 - 1913 held at Carlisle Library Carlisle Journal 1801 - 1968 Carlisle Library Carlisle Patriot 1815 - 1910 Carlisle Library Cumberland and Westmorland Herald 1860 61, 1869, 1873 to date held at Penrith Library Cumberland News 1910 to date held at Carlisle Library Cumberland Pacquet 1774 - 1915 held at Carlisle, Whitehaven, Workington, Penrith, and Kendal Libraries and Whitehaven Archive Centre.
East Cumberland News 1883-1907 held in Carlisle Library English Lakes Visitor 1877 - 1910 held at Carlisle Library Evening News 1910 to date held at Carlisle Library Evening Star 1929 - 1967 held at Workington Library Grange Visitor 1875 - 1891 held at Kendal Library Kendal and County News 1888 - 1899 held at Kendal Library Kendal Herald 1864 - 1866 held at Kendal Library Kendal Mercury 1834 - 1917 held at Kendal Library Kendal Weekly Courant 1731-32 held at Kendal Library Keswick Reminder 1915 to date held at Keswick Library Lakes Herald 1880 - 1916 held at Kendal Library Lancaster Gazette 1801 - 1850 held at Kendal Library and Barrow Archive Centre Millom Gazette 1892 - 1933 held at Barrow and Whitehaven Archive Centres Newcastle Courant 1711 - 1800 held at Carlisle Library, Kendal Library, Whitehaven Archive Centre North Western Daily Mail 1898 - 1940 held at Barrow Archive Centre North West Evening Mail 1941 to date held at Barrow Archive Centre Penrith Observer 1860 - 1968 held at Penrith Library Soulby's Ulverston Advertiser 1848 - 1914 held at Barrow Archive Centre Ulverston Mirror and Furness Reflector 1860 - 1885 held at Barrow Archive Centre West Cumberland Times 1874 - 1966 held at Workington Library West Cumberland Times and Star 1967 to date held at Workington Library Westmorland Advertiser and Kendal Chronicle 1811 - 1834 held at Kendal Library Westmorland Gazette 1818 to date held at Kendal Library Whitehaven News 1856 to date held at Whitehaven Archive Centre Wigton Advertiser 1857 - 1940 held at Carlisle and Wigton Libraries Workington Star 1904 - 1967 held at Workington Library All the above titles are held on 35 mm microfilm The newspapers and news pamphlets gathered by the Reverend Charles Burney (1757-1817) represent the largest single collection of 17th and 18th century English news media.
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