Liverpool Courier

Newspaper

The Liverpool Daily Courier was founded in 1808 by Thomas Kaye, who remained editor until c. 1860. Originally produced weekly, it became a daily newspaper in 1863 and ceased production in 1926. Its politics were conservative and it was the only Liverpool paper of the time to be a strenuous advocate of Protestantism. Charles Tinling and Company took over the paper in 1900. The proprietors also founded the Evening Courier, which became the Evening Express in 1870, and ceased production in 1958.
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