Good evening Roz,
Could you remind me of your website address?
Dr. Jean Ferran
31, rua Serpa Pinto,
8550 Monchique (P.)
Tel.(+351) 282 912 822
Fax. (+351) 282 912 722
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Enviada: quarta-feira, 16 de Janeiro de 2008 20:38
Assunto: Re: [SRILANKA] Newspapers
To the best of my knowledge the first English language newspaper was
the Colombo Journal in 1832. The first one available at the British
Library is the Ceylon Chronicle 1838.
I found & transcribed the following at Kew: Colombo Journal 1833, &
Govt Gazette 1834 & 1836. They are now on our website.
Date: 16/01/2008 13:53
Subj: Re: [SRILANKA] Newspapers
I remember your sterling work on transcribing the newspapers. Can
remember what the earliest date of English-language papers was?
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> Julian - as an alternative, are you ever able to set aside
a day to
> come in to London? The Sri Lankan newspapers are mostly at the
> Library at St Pancras. As you know, I've transcribed some
> not the ones you're interested in, unfortunately.
> Cheers, Roz McCutcheon
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