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The newspaper collection includes the ongoing legal deposit collection of UK and Irish newspapers.
The collection was founded on two special collections of early English newspapers: the Thomason Tracts which contains newspapers and news-books from the English Civil War period and the Burney Collection of newspapers 1603-1818, collected by the Revd Doctor Charles Burney (1757-1817).The collapse of Maracaibo is emblematic of what may lie in store for the country at large.Recent experiments in sustainability mean you can now purchase shrimp from Bavaria and pike perch from Berlin.Maracaibo used to be the Dallas of Venezuela, it's wealth fueled by oil.But today, residents are fighting for survival and the city is experiencing an exodus.Currently about 1,400 UK and Irish newspaper titles are received on a daily or weekly basis, and nearly 100 titles from overseas.The newspapers are held in print form (over 660,000 volumes, boxes or parcels of newspapers), as microfilm copies (630,000 reels), and as digital copies (over 20 million digitised pages).Digitised newspapers can be viewed online via the British Newspaper Archive, a site developed in partnership with Findmypast, which has newspapers from across the UK, primarily for the 19th century but with a growing number of issues from the first half of the 20th century.Searching is free, but to view the newspapers requires a personal subscription.The collection of British newspapers is fairly comprehensive from the 1840s onwards.Since 1869 British and Irish newspapers have been received through legal deposit by which publishers are required to send one copy of each issue to the British Library.