Newsplan NW cites 7 Sep 1822 (supplement only); 5 Sep 1812-1893. Established February 10, 1844. "Circulates through Preston, Chorley, Blackburn, Wigan, Accrington, Burnley, Colne, Clitheroe, Padiham, Garstang, Fleetwood, Poulton, Reikham, &c. Advocates no religious party whatever; opposes connexion of church with State, and all State endowments of religion. It is also a free trade and complete suffrage journal, and circulates among a dense manufacturing population, as well as over a wide expanse of agricultural districts. All restrictions in trade are looked upon as disastrous alike to commerce, agriculture, and manufactures, and upon free trade as equally advantageous" (Mitchell, 1846). A first edition is published at 6am Saturday morning, with the latest news by the London Mail. A second edition is published at 1pm with a correct report of the state of Preston market, at half past twelve (no 957, 01 Jan 1831, p.4.; no 1427, 21 Dec 1839).
Source: The Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers and Periodicals: 1800-1900.
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- 1831–94 The Preston Chronicle and Lancashire Advertiser
This newspaper is published by an unknown publisher in Preston, Lancashire, England. It was digitised and first made available on the British Newspaper Archive in May 3, 2013 . The latest issues were added in Jun 3, 2013.