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[[image:Im19190726ILN-Times.jpg|thumb| July 1919.]]
 
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1908 [[Alfred Harmsworth|Baron Northcliffe]] bought ''The Times'' for £320,000, following a complex financial and political campaign in which he outmanoeuvred his rival, C. Arthur Pearson.
  
 
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July 1919.

1908 Baron Northcliffe bought The Times for £320,000, following a complex financial and political campaign in which he outmanoeuvred his rival, C. Arthur Pearson.

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Upto end of 1824: Extracted 'Railway', 'Railroad' and 'Rail road'. 306+12+89 entries.

1825: Extracted 'Railways', 'Railway' 20+66 entries.