|The Archive holds more than 6 million pages of newspaper|
content from titles North and South of the Irish border
This paper was first published in 1772 as the London Derry Journal and Donegal & Tyrone Advertiser, and is second only to the Belfast NewsLetter as the oldest Irish newspaper still in existence. It started out as a Conservative Protestant title but adopted the Nationalist Catholic cause from 1829. There's more about this paper's history here.
The editions now searchable in the INA database include all those published 1844–1852 and 1914–1924.
To mark the addition of this important title to the Irish Newspaper Archive, a 25% discount is available on all monthly and annual memberships taken out before 24 July. This reduces the cost of these subscriptions from (monthly) €30 to €22.50, and from (yearly) €178 to €133.50.
To take advantage of the discount, click the image or link above and use the promotion/coupon code Derry25 when prompted during the sign-up process.