~ THE KENTISH CHRONICLE ~
Previously known as the Kentish Weekly Post
November 1795, Published by W. Bristow, Parade, Canterbury
Died, November at Canterbury, Mr. Alderman Bristow, printer and bookseller, and treasurer of the eastern parts of the county, 47. He was many years proprietorof the Kentish Chronicle, and has bequeathed 100l. to the Kent and Canterbury Hospital, and twenty guineas to the lying-in charity, lately established in this city. - The Monthly Magazine 1808
1824 - Tuesday & Friday, Robt. Colegate, Parade
1838 - Run by Frederick Mallett
1859 - Run by Charles Goulden
1860 - Charles Goulden, Printer, Kentish Chronicle Office, Canterbury. Posting boards and stations at all parts of the Town. An experienced Bill Poster employed. (Saturday, October 13th, 1860)
The Kentish Chronicle and General Advertiser. Price Three-halfpence. Has a larger circulation than any other paper published in Canterbury, and offers the best medium for advertisements. Published every Saturday, by G. Goulden, at the Office, 41, High Street, Canterbury.
Up to 1881 - Davey family*
1889 - Printer & Publisher, Arthur H. Claris, 9 High Street. Saturday. Price 1d.
1903 - 9 High Street: J.A. Jennings Lim. proprietors; published Friday afternoon.
SEE KENT HERALD FOR MORE INFORMATION
*information courtesy of R.G.
© T. Machado 2007