The Norwich Post was an English provincial
The printer Francis Burges set up a printing press at the Red Well in
Burges died in November 1706 and was succeeded by his widow Elizabeth, who continued the business despite competition from the newly established newspapers the
Norwich Postman (December 1706) and the
Norwich Gazette (January 1707). After Elizabeth Burges' death in November 1709, the newspaper reverted to Francis Burges' former master, the printer Freeman Collins of London. Collins sent his most trusted apprentices or members of his family to Norwich to print the newspaper. These included
The newspaper continued until Collin's death in 1713, and thereafter it was superseded by the Norwich Courant.