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The Pembrokeshire herald and general advertiser - 1869-11-12

Began with issue for: No. 1 (5 Jan. 1844). Ended with issue for: No. 5686 (10 Dec.1924).


Description based on issue for: No. 718 (8 Jan. 1858).


Cyhoeddwyd yn Hwlffordd gan Joseph Potter.


Published in Haverfordwest by Joseph Potter.


Absorbed in 1869: Potter's electric news.


Papur newydd wythnosol yn cofnodi diddordebau amaethyddol a masnachol ond hefyd yn cynnwys pynciau llenyddol a chrefyddol y dydd. Cylchredwyd ym mhrif trefi lan y môr Sir Benfro a Cheredigion. Cyhoeddwyd yn Saesneg yn bennaf dan olygyddiaeth Joseph Potter. 'Roedd gan y papur tueddiadau ceidwadol ac roedd yn gefnogol i'r Eglwys Anglicanaidd. Ymhlith perchnogion y papur oedd Thomas L. James (ca. 1895-), Thomas J. Morris (ca. 1906-) a C. Dudley Morris (ca. 1920-). Teitlau cysylltiol: Potter's electric news (1855-1869).


A weekly English language newspaper, which circulated in the main coastal towns of Pembrokeshire & Cardiganshire. The newspaper's main content advocated agricultural and commercial interests, but also included topics on such themes as politics, literature and religion. It was also a conservative paper and a strong supporter of the Church of England. Joseph Potter was a notable editor. From about 1895 it was owned by Thomas L. James, but then was sold on to Thomas J. Morris (ca. 1906) and then C. Dudley Morris (ca. 1920-). Associated title: Potter's electric news (1855-1869).