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The Daily Dispatch: November 7, 1860., [Electronic resource], Land and Slaves in the county of Amelia, for sale privately. (search)
respectively issued by the daily journals, between the 31st of December, 1854, and the 1st of July, 1855, was as follows: the Times9,175,788 Morning Advertiser1,034,618 Daily News825,000 Morning Herald554,000 Globe540,000 Morning Post455,000 Morning Chronicle401,500 Weekly papers. Illustrated London News3as taken considerable trouble to obtain results, that the following figures approximate the truth: Daily circulation of the Times, about fifty thousand; Morning Advertiser, seven thousand; Daily News, from three thousand to three thousand five hundred; Morning Post, same; Morning Herald, about two thousand; Morning Chronicle, one , Blackwood's Magazine, the Quarterly Review, and the Constitutional Press. The Morning Chronicle represents the liberal conservative party; the Morning Star, the so-called liberal school of Manchester; the Daily Telegraph and the Westminster Review, radicalism; the Morning Advertiser is the organ of the ultra Protestant party.