Liverpool Courier

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Liverpool Courier
Owner(s) John A. Willox[1]
Founded 6 January 1808
Ceased publication 1929

The Liverpool Courier was a 19th-century conservative newspaper that circulated in Liverpool, England. First published in 1808 as a four-page weekly political paper priced as 6d, it was published and printed by Thomas Kaye, as well as containing political news, the newspaper published details of departing ships, cargoes, ship location updates, births, deaths and bankruptcies.[2]

During its lifetime the paper was renamed multiple times;

  • Livepool Courier and Commercial Advertiser (1808–1863)
  • Daily Courier (1863–1882)
  • Liverpool Courier (1882–1922)
  • Liverpool Daily Courier (1922)
  • Daily Courier (1922–1929)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Clarke, P. F. (2007). Lancashire and the New Liberalism. Cambridge University Press. p. 131. ISBN 978-0521035576. 
  2. ^ Brake, Denmoor, Laurel, Marysa (2009). Dictionary of Nineteenth-century Journalism in Great Britain and Ireland. Academia Press. p. 368. ISBN 978-0712350396.