Daily Post (London newspaper)
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The Daily Post was a London daily paper in 1719 by writer Daniel Defoe. It was printed by J. Meres in the Old Baily, near Ludgate. The post consisted of articles that spoke of current events, important dates, inventions, advances in modern sciences, and other things of that nature.
- "Early English Newspapers". Primary Source Media's Online Guides.
- "Concise History of the British Newspaper in the Eighteenth Century". The British Library.
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