Sheffield: Print, Protest, Poetry (1790-1810)
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It is, in these persecuting Days, a sufficient crime to have printed a Newspaper which has so boldly dared to doubt the Infallibility of Ministers, and to investigate the Justice and Policy of their Measures.
Joseph Gales, ‘The Editor’s Address’,
Sheffield Register No 369, 27 June 1794.
Selected Poems from the Sheffield Register
Selected Poems from the Sheffield Iris