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As settlement for the printing bill, the newspaper was sold to its printer, Joseph Moses Levy.
Levy re-launched the paper on 17th September 1855, appointing his son Edward Levy-Lawson and Thornton Leigh Hunt as Editors-in-Chief.
He merged the paper with the Daily Telegraph on 1st October 1937.
The Daily Telegraph began printing news stories on the front page before the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939.
After his death in 1916, he was succeeded by his son Harry Lawson Webster Levy-Lawson, who inherited the title 2nd Baron Burnham and was subsequently ennobled as 1st Viscount Burnham in 1919.
Viscount Burnham sold the Daily Telegraph to the newspaper publishers, William and Gomer Berry on 1st January 1928, but members of the Burnham family continued to serve on the board of the Daily Telegraph until 1986.
A Daily Telegraph newspaper allows the recipient to ponder over the reports and coverage from a bygone age, giving them the gift of nostalgia.
Edward Levy-Lawson controlled the Daily Telegraph long before the death of his father in 1888.
Paying attention to the smaller details in our Telegraph back issues, such as advertisements, opens up a unique view of what life was like at the time.
The Daily Telegraph is part of the Telegraph Media Group and is owned by identical twin brothers, Sir David and Sir Frederick Barclay.
This will also help keep your newspaper safe for years to come.
There are a huge range of presentation options, and each newspaper will arrive with a free certificate of authenticity, personalised with the recipient's name, your chosen date and a personal message for the perfect gift.
The price of the newspaper was reduced to one penny.