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|British newspapers 1800-1900||
Access to the contents of 49 national and local newspapers printed between 1800 and 1900, with two million pages of searchable digitised content...
|Newspapers, Social history, Economic history, Local history||view|
|On the Eve of Famine: Two Ideals of Irish Nationhood in 1842, Siobhan Frances Fallon||
This article reflects on views of Irish nationhood. By the early 1840s, the effects of Union with Britain had generated in Ireland a desire for...
|Irish famine, national identity, Fine arts, Newspapers||view|
|Pomp and Privation in Victorian India, Kapil Komireddi||
This essay examines British colonial rule in late nineteenth-century India through the lens of two contemporaneous artefacts. Each vivifies a...
|Victorian Culture, Indian history, Famine, Social history, 19th century, Photography, Newspapers, Literature||view|
|The Local Press||
These extracts from the Hampshire Chronicle illustrate the sheer range of interests to be found at times in the local press, from grand national...
|eighteenth century history, Georgian Britain, the press, Newspapers||view|
|Wilkes & The Power of Words||
The emerging power of the press, and the media generally, really began to show itself however in the 1760s, thanks to the work of this man –...
|Eighteenth Century, Georgian Britain, john wilkes, Newspapers||view|