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It was founded by William Johnson and issued weekly, firstly on a Thursday (from 1850 to 1877) and then on a Saturday. From a modest circulation, it moved to be one of the most popular newspapers and served the counties of Cavan, Meath, Louth and Armagh. A liberal newspaper, in 1887 it was claimed that its aim was ‘to provide the agricultural and commercial interests of the county, the fullest local and general intelligence’. The name of the newspaper changed briefly after 1857 to the Anglo-Celt and Midland Advertiser.
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