"Business notice," York Herald, 4 Jan 1861, p. 2 A notice that starting this week, papers have been mailed with the address printed on them, as well as "the amount of indebtedness of each for subscription".
"To subscribers," York Herald, 4 Jan 1861, p. 2 Notice that the editor would accept - or even prefer - to be paid with wood, since he has a shortage.
"The Markham "Economist"," York Herald, 8 Mar 1861, p. 2 Paragraph about changes made to the Markham Economist, and speculation that it may be under new ownership.
"The Herald," York Herald, 7 Jun 1861, p. 2 Notice of a weekly newspaper started in Hamilton.
"Next week our agent...," York Herald, 8 Nov 1861, p. 2 Notice that an agent of the newspaper will be in Maple, King, Laskey, Aurora and Newmarket to collect money owed to the newspaper.
"The "Economist" is very shabby," York Herald, 8 Nov 1861, p. 2 A disagreement between the York Herald and the Markham Economist about printing charges, including accusations of undercutting prices.
"We neglected to announce last week...," York Herald, 17 May 1861, p. 2 Notice of H. Edwards' retirement from the York Herald.
"The Leader Newspaper," York Herald, 1 Feb 1861, p. 2 Praising the newspaper for its up-to-date news and a reasonable price.
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