Adelaide Morning Chronicle (SA : 1852 - 1853)
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The Adelaide Morning Chronicle was a newspaper published in Adelaide, South Australia during 1852 and 1853. While claiming not to be a religious newspaper, the Adelaide Morning Chronicle was established by the draper Andrew Murray during the South Australian Parliament's debate over separation of church and state. Its intention was to provide a voice for the influential and conservative Anglican section of the Adelaide community. This was in opposition to the opinions expressed by the non-conformist churches in their newspaper, the Austral Examiner. The newspaper was of a sufficient quality to also be seen as competition to the South Australian Register. Murray later worked for the Melbourne Argus. The newspaper was reduced to a bi-weekly publication (rather than daily) after 35 issues in early 1852, through the economic effects of the Victorian gold rush and ceased in early 1853.See the full Wikipedia entry
- The Adelaide morning chronicle [electronic resource].
- Adelaide : Andrew Murray, for the Morning chronicle printing office, 1851-1853.
- v. ; 56 cm.
- Digitised as part of the "Digitised newspapers and more" which allows access to historic Australian periodicals.
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 62 (Julne14, 1852)
Also available in print and on microfilm.
Electronic reproduction. Canberra, A.C.T., : National Library of Australia, 2011 (Digitised newspapers and more). June 14, 1852-Mar 29, 1853. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
- Life Dates
- -Vol. 2, no. 144 (Mar. 29, 1853).
Began with: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1851)
- Former Title
- South Australian (Adelaide, S.A. : 1844 : Online) 1838-899X
- Australia South Australia Adelaide
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