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  1. Sherry
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    Foreign Paper

    Hi,

    Could anyone help me with the bracketed sentence? I am not quite sure about its meaning.


    Initially composed of a single sheet of two columns, it sold for one penny and offered its readers both domestic and international news (the latter translated from "the Foreign Paper from when 'tis taken').

    Thanks in advance

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    The foreign newspaper that was the source of the story

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