London Times record example

    London Times

    Records: 526,497

    It began as "The Daily Universal Register" in 1785, and became "The Times" on January 1, 1788, reporting on events of global importance in political, social, and commercial arenas. These daily editions (Monday-Saturday) cover news and public opinion of Georgian Britain, including historic events in the new United States, the Napoleonic Wars, and 19th-century trends in banking, democracy, and public life. Later issues offer an overseas perspective of the US Civil War, and domestic coverage of The Great War.

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    Example Records

    10 September 1817
    10 September 1817
    4 July 1798
    4 July 1798
    7 July 1810 describing, "the puny and contemptible efforts which Buonaparte makes . . ."
    7 July 1810 describing, "the puny and contemptible efforts which Buonaparte makes . . ."

    Source Information

    Fold3, London Times ( : accessed January 28, 2023), database and images,

    Publication Title
    London Times
    Total Records
    526,497
    Content Source
    Allen County Public Library logoAllen County Public Library
    Published on Fold3
    20 Nov 2007
    Last Updated
    17 May 2013
    Description
    The Times of London, England, 1785-1919.