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R. Taylor

R. Taylor

A printer who worked in Red Lion Court in 1816.

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R. Taylor

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2 - Red Lion Court – Caslon

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Beckenham Journal

Beckenham Journal

Newspaper. Started as a 24 page monthly publication costing 1d (about 0.5p). In 1881 it was taken over by Tom William Thornton, who published it weekly. Became a campaigning vehicle which informed ...

Media, Journalism / Publishing

1 memorial
Lord Beaverbrook

Lord Beaverbrook

Newspaper publisher and politician. Born William Maxwell Aitken in Maple, Ontario. He came to Britain in 1910, and served as an MP 1911-16. In 1919, he took over The Daily Express, and later founde...

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1 memorial
Kate Adie

Kate Adie

Born Northumberland.  Journalist and broadcaster for the BBC, known for her work as a war correspondent.

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1 memorial
Ruy Barbosa

Ruy Barbosa

Born Ruy Barbosa D'Oliveira in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil. A defender of civil liberties, he fought for the abolition of slavery in Brazil. He fled to London after being accused of being a conspirat...

Person, Journalism / Publishing, Law, Politics & Administration, Race Issues, Brazil

1 memorial
Joseph Whitaker

Joseph Whitaker

Born in London, apprenticed to a bookseller aged fourteen. With experience of a number of firms he set up his own publishing business. 1858 launched The Bookseller. 1869 published the first issue o...

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1 memorial