Politics, Publishing and Personalities: Wrexham Newspapers, 1848-1914
This text gives a unique insight into the world of provincial newspaper publishing in a North Wales town during the Victorian and Edwardian eras. It draws together the battles to establish successful titles against the backdrop of British and Welsh politics and reveals the personalities involved in this microcosm of local society.
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accused advertising duty Bradley Carnarvon Herald Chester Chester Chronicle Chronicle circulation Conservative newspaper Constitutional Press Company Corwen David Hamer Denbigh Boroughs Denbighshire and Flintshire Despite edition editor English established expanded Figure Gassion Gomer Gomer Jones Griffith Parry Edwards Hamer important issue James Lindop January John Rice Jones Kenyon Lewis Liberal Liverpool London newspapers Manchester Mayor of Wrexham Minshall & Thomas Montgomeryshire month monthly newspaper in Wrexham newspaper‟s newspapers circulated North East Wales North Wales Constitutional North Wales Guardian North Wales Newspapers Oswestry owner party penny political printer and publisher proprietor provincial newspapers provincial press railway readers reporter Rhosddu Rhyl Richard Hughes rival rivalry shareholders Shrewsbury Chronicle Shropshire sold stamp duty Thomas Gee Trinity Mirror Turnpike trusts Victorian era Wales Constitutional Press weekly newspaper Welsh Welsh press Welsh-language newspaper Wrexham Advertiser Wrexham Free Press Wrexham Guardian Wrexham Leader Wrexham newspaper Wrexham Recorder Wrexham Registrar Wrexham Telegraph Wrexhamite