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This newspaper, in 1873, consisted of 4 pages, of which 1 1/2 pages contained news, editorials and letters to the Editor, and the other 2 1/2 pages contained advertisements. The newspaper was published on Tuesdays and Fridays. The news covered not only Falmouth, but also the rest of the island.
The news from Falmouth reflects the fact that there were many Jews living in that town. Many were merchants, and they participated in committees and other local bodies.
Extracts on this site begin with 1873. Please use the following links:
Falmouth Post, January to February 1873
Falmouth Post, March to June 1873
Falmouth Post, synopsis of advertisements January to June 1873
Falmouth Post, July 1 to August 8, 1873
Falmouth Post, August 15 to September 30, 1873, and shipping information and advertisements.
Falmouth Post, October to December 1873
Falmouth Post, January to March 1874
Falmouth Post, April to June 1874
Falmouth Post, July to December 1874
Falmouth Post, January to July 1875
Falmouth Post, August to December 1875
Falmouth Post 1876
Falmouth Post 1877
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