Salisbury Journal
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Salisbury Journal

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The local newspaper for Salisbury, Amesbury and surrounding areas. The Salisbury Journal is the local newspaper for the Salisbury area of England. Founded in 1729, it was revived by William Collins in 1736, who used it to oppose the government of Sir Robert Walpole. Benjamin Collins took over the publication of the Journal after his brother's death.