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Published by Scottish Newspapers. in Edinburgh .

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SeriesAberdeen Daily Free Press -- reel 2688
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Established init is Scotland's oldest daily newspaper and one of the longest-running newspapers in Aberdeen Daily Free Press world. The newspaper was first published as a weekly title, Aberdeen's Journal, on 29 December Publisher: Aberdeen Journals. Robert Gordon Wilson (–) was a 19th/20th century Scottish architect based in was from a strong United Presbyterian background and specialised in churches for the United Presbyterian Church and Free Church of.

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Aberdeen Journals publishes two daily newspapers, the Press and Journal and the Evening Express, and has a distribution area covering the north of Scotland. The company can trace its 1882 book back to Janwhen James Chalmers ( - ), official printer to Aberdeen, published the city's first weekly news-sheet, The Aberdeen's newspaper, which.

The Daily World was founded as the Aberdeen Weekly Bulletin on J Init was sold to Werner Andrew Rupp, a political reporter and editorial writer, and John F.

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It is the fourth Scottish town in population, industry and wealth, and stands on a bay of the North Sea, between the mouths of the Don and Dee, ½ m. N.E. of Edinburgh by the North British railway.

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Insoon after the Disruption, there was founded the strongest rival to the Journal, namely the Aberdeen Weekly Free Press, which on 4th May,became a daily, supporting Liberalism and the Free Kirk. The first evening paper to cost one halfpenny and supporting William Gladstone, the Liberal leader, the North Star, appeared in Aberdeen University Press: View book: Gordon: Bibliography of the Gordons By John Malcolm Bulloch, LL.

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But the saga didn’t end there — it took two more years to. [Sources: Aberdeen Press & Journal, 11 Febp.3; 23 Julyp.4; 5 Augp.4, 12 Marchp.6, 1 Junep.4; 1 Febp.4 – tenders accepted: Dundee Courier, 25 Augp.4] ALFORD INFECTIOUS DISEASES HOSPITAL This small isolation hospital built to the north of Bridge of Alford was opened in June Liberal in philosophy, the Free Press was a leader among newspapers in Canada.

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