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The echo [microform]
Bib ID 4865704
Format MicroformMicroform, NewspaperNewspaper
Description London [England] : Printed and Published for the proprietors by Horace Voules, 1868-1905 
v. 
Series

Early English newspapers ; reels 3,024-3,096.

Notes

Saturday issues occasionally appear as The Football Echo and The Cricket Echo.

"An evening newspaper."

Reproduction Microfilm. Woodbridge, Conn. : Primary Source Microfilm, an imprint of Gale Group, 2000. 73 reels ; 35 mm. Units 61-62. (Early English newspapers ; reels 3,024-3,096). 
Life Dates No. 1 (Dec. 8, 1868)-no. 11,391 (July 31, 1905) 
Frequency Daily (except Sunday) 
Subjects Great Britain - History - Newspapers.
Also Titled

Cricket echo

Football echo

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