Monday, 30 March 2015
Dublin Correspondent joins British Newspaper Archive
British Newspaper Archive's line up. The paper – a moderate pro-British Government title that, for a short time had the largest circulation in Ireland – started publication in 1806 as The Correspondent, only adding the 'Dublin' to its name in 1823.
More than 150 editions of the paper have been uploaded, most dating from that year, with just a handful of issues for 1824 and 1825.
There are now 71 Irish titles in the BNA database. They can be accessed via a BNA subscription or as part of FindMyPast's Ireland and World subscription packages.
This latest addition means there are a total of 400 titles in the British Newspaper Archive offering 10,616,161 pages of historical material.
Posted by Claire Santry, Irish Genealogy News