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James Perry

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Morning Chronicle

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Morning Chronicle

Background Information

Employment History

Corn Mill Owner

Wandle Valley


Web References(22 Total References)


Books on Canterbury

machadoink.com [cached]

183 Westgate Prison, a Canterbury Story, by James Perry (afterwards Editor of the Morning Chronicle), half morocco, 3s.
4d. Perry


The Koenig and Bauer steam press | The Typographic Hub

www.typographichub.org [cached]

Several newspaper proprietors were invited to see Koenig's new cylinder machine, amongst them James Perry of the Morning Chronicle and John Walter II of The Times.


Events this Week in Scottish History - October

www.laird.org.uk [cached]

James Perry , editor of the "Morning Chronicle", born Aberdeenshire.


Events this Week in Scottish History - October

www.laird.org.uk [cached]

James Perry, editor of the "Morning Chronicle", born Aberdeenshire.


Memorials & Monuments - St Mary's Church, Wimbledon

stmaryswimbledon.org [cached]

Just inside the west porch is a work of a leading early 19th century sculptor, Sir Richard Westmacott which shows James Perry seated, studying a bust of the famous Whig statesman Charles James Fox.
Perry was owner and editor of a radical newspaper, the Morning Chronicle and owned a corn mill on the Wandle. The work was commissioned by his friends 'in testimony of the zeal, courage and ability with which he advocated the principles of civil and religious liberty'.


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