Evening Post (London)

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The Evening Post was a London newspaper published from 1710 until February 1732,[1] not to be confused with the London Evening Post.

The paper was printed by E. Berington in Silver Street, Bloomsbury, and sold by John Morphew near Stationers-Hall.

The paper was then published as Berington's Evening Post from 8 February 1732 until 29 August 1740.

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