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William Woodfall (7 February 1746 - 1803) was an English printer and publisher in the 18th century. William's father, Henry Woodfall, printed and published the Public Advertiser. William served an apprenticeship with him after attending St. Paul's School, London, and Tonbridge School, where his nickname was "Memory Woodfall". Following his father's retirement, Woodfall shared the running of the Public Advertiser with his brother Henry Sampson Woodfall. In 1769 Woodfall he founded the Morning Chronicle which pioneered reporting Parliamentary debates. Because of the ban on note-taking in the House of Commons, he had memorised what was said, writing it down afterwards. On several occasions Woodfall's reporting was controversial. Edmund Burke sued him for libel and in 1779 Woodfall was found guilty of printing and publishing a leaflet supporting the acquittal of Admiral Augustus Keppell. He was sentenced to twelve months in Newgate Prison. In 1789 he passed control of The Morning Chronicle to James Perry and relinquished control of The Public Advertiser in 1793. External links Spartacus article on William Woodfall Hannah Barker, ‘Woodfall, William (bap. 1745, d. 1803)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004, accessed 19 Dec 2007 v • d • e Tonbridge Buildings Castle · Parish Church · Priory · Priory Mill · Railway station · St. Stephen's Church · Town Mill Businesses Imperial Records · New Enterprise Coaches · Warners Solicitors Events Securitas depot robbery · 1968 floods People Bishops of Tonbridge · Old Juddians · Old Tonbridgians · People from Tonbridge Political Tunbridge constituency (1885-1918) · Tonbridge constituency (1918-74) · Tonbridge and Malling constituency (since 1974) · Tonbridge and Malling borough (since 1974) · Local elections (1999) Schools, colleges and universities Hayesbrook · Hilden Grange · Hillview · Judd · Somerhill · Tonbridge · Tonbridge Grammar · University of Kent · Weald of Kent · West Kent College Sports, arts and leisure Angel Ground · Haysden Country Park · Football Club · Missing (TV series) · Oast Theatre · Swimming Pool · Tunbridge ware Twin towns Heusenstamm · Le Puy-en-Velay Persondata Name Woodfall, Henry Sampson Alternative names Short description Date of birth 7 February 1746 Place of birth Date of death 1803 Place of death