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The Cambria daily leader

1861-1930 A daily English language newspaper, which circulated in South and West Wales, with several different editions. It espoused a broadly Liberal stance. O

The Cambrian news and Merionethshire standard

1869- A weekly newspaper published mainly in English, circulating around the districts of North and Mid Wales. The newspaper's main content included local a

The Carmarthen journal and South Wales weekly advertiser

1810-1877 A weekly English language newspaper, which was the official organ of the Conservative party in South Wales and advocated the principles of the Church

The Carmarthen weekly reporter

1860-1921 A weekly English language Liberal newspaper, which circulated in Carmarthen and throughout South Wales. The newspaper's main content included reports

Y Cymro

1890-1909 A weekly Welsh language liberal newspaper, that was established by Isaac Foulkes (Llyfrbryf, 1836-1904), who also owned and edited the paper. It circu

Denbighshire free press

1888-1957 A weekly English language newspaper, which circulated around the districts Denbigh, Ruthin, the Vale of Clwyd and generally throughout the counties of

Y Drafod

A Welsh language newspaper published in Patagonia (Argentina). Established by Lewis Jones, who as also its editor until 1893 when he was succeeded by

Flintshire observer, mining journal and general advertiser, for the counties of Flint & Denbigh

1857-1913 A weekly English language newspaper, which circulated in Flintshire and Denbighshire. The newspaper's main content included local and general news, to

The Glamorgan gazette

1894- A weekly newspaper circulating throughout central Glamorgan. Founded in 1894, the newspaper's main content was local news. The newspaper's proprietor

Gwyliedydd newydd =

1910-1977 A weekly bilingual Wesleyan newspaper, which circulated throughout Wales. The newspaper's main content included religious news and information. Amongs