Explanation of transition of the Guardian to a daily paper

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Explanation of transition of the Guardian to a daily paper - : DAILY PUBLICATION OP THE GUARDIAN." The bill...
: DAILY PUBLICATION OP THE GUARDIAN." The bill for the abolition of the compulsory stamp duty on newspapers has now passed both houses of parliament, and received the royal assent. "We are therefore enabled to announce that the Daily Publication of the Guardian will commence commence on Monday next, the second of July. The price, when unstamped, will be, as we have already stated, Twopekce, instead of fivepence, as at present; in other words, we shall furnish our readers with six papers per week for a shilling, instead of two for tenpence. As they will form only one series, each day's publication will be forwarded to all our present subscribers to the semi-weekly semi-weekly semi-weekly publication who may not previously intimate their intention to discontinue their subscriptions. subscriptions. We are making arrangements with the principal News Agents of the respective districts in the neighbourhood of Manchester, to whom a supply of the vmstamped edition will be forwarded, and will be delivered to those of our subscribers (within a reasonable distance) who now receive their papers through the post. When delivered at the house or office of a subscriber, a small, extra charge will be made. Where this plan is impracticable, stamped copies of the paper will be sent through the post as at present. 9

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  1. The Guardian,
  2. 30 Jun 1855, Sat,
  3. Page 7

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