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To the Editor Of the Morning Post

386 [To the Editor of The Sun / the Morning Post]

LOW, A. Maurice (1860 - 1929), Chief American Correspondent London Morning Post


10. Morning Post as republished in the English Churchman Thursday 23 October 1845

KNIGHT, Edward Frederick (1852 - 1925), Morning Post special war correspondent in South Africa; barrister, journalist, author

SHANNON, Alastair (1894 - 1982), journalist; Foreign News department, Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, 1937–71

To the Editor of the Morning Post Ramsgate, Friday, 7 March 1851

PEAKER, Frederick (1867 - 1942), journalist; former Labour and Educational Correspondent of the Morning Post, and later Consultant and Adviser

COOTE, Colin (1893 - 1979), journalist; Managing Editor of the Daily Telegraph and Morning Post 1950–64 (deputy editor, 1945–50)

Borthwick, Algernon (1830 - 1908), proprietor of Morning Post; Vice-Grand Master and Trustee, Primrose League; President, Press Fund

BARRETT, Francis E. H. Joyce (1865 - 1925), Musical Editor and Chief Musical Critic of the Morning Post

COATEN, Arthur Wells (1879 - 1939), racing correspondent (Watchman) of the Daily Telegraph and Morning Post; Editor of The Polo Monthly since 1919

1153. 25 Apr. n.y. Francesco Sastres. Address: Apr. 26. morning To Mr Sastres at Mr —— Bookseller in Mortimer Street Oxford Road. Postmark: (penny post) illegible. Huntington.—

MACDONALD, James Smith (1873 - 1923), Editor, Farmer and Stockbreeder since 1895, and Agricultural Correspondent of the Morning Post; Director in firm of Macdonald & Martin, Ltd; formerly acting editor of Farming World

778.1. Th. 25 April ⟨'82⟩. Francesco Sastres. Address: To Mr Sastres at Mr Bookseller in Mortimer Street. Oxford Road. Postmark: Penny Post Paid T⟨emple⟩ FR. Apr. 26. morning. Huntington Library.—Hill, JM 1897, ii. 454.


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A London daily newspaper founded in 1772. Under the management of D. Stuart, Sir J. Mackintosh and S. T. Coleridge were enlisted in its service, and Southey, Wordsworth, and A. Young were also contributors. It was amalgamated with the Daily Telegraph in 1937.

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