1 edition of General index to the Gentleman"s magazine from the year 1787 to 1818 found in the catalog.
by Printed for John Nichols and Son, ... and J. Harris and Son in London
Written in English
|Contributions||Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784|
|The Physical Object|
Introduction. In , an unknown contributor wrote to Edward Cave, publisher and printer of the Gentleman's Magazine, proclaiming ' your magazines are now become oraculous, and discuss questions in divinity, philosophy, morality, mathematicks, and through the whole chain of science, even down to manage and farriery'.. Praise was certainly due to Edward Cave's Gentleman's Magazine, . About this Item: Printed for J. Nichols and Son, London, , pages, contains 12 black and white plates, contains 6 editions of the Gentleman's Magazine, from July to December , also includes the supplement for the same year First Edition, front cover missing, rear board heavily worn with portion missing from fore edge, water damage at the front and rear of the textblock with.
The Gentleman's magazine [Reprint] Volume: 60, pt. 1 ()[Leatherbound] Sylvanus Urban (pseud.), [from old catalog] ed,Cave, Edward, ,Henry, David, ,Nichols, John, ,Nichols, J. B. (John Bowyer), ,Mitford, John, ,Nichols, John Gough, ,Parker, John Henry, ,Hatton, Joseph, ,Knight, Joseph, ,Bullen, . England’s Gentleman’s Magazine, founded by Edward Cave under the pseudonym “Sylvanus Urban,” was so influential that its impact extended to America where, in , Franklin’s General Magazine was chiefly “patterned after London’s ten-year-old Gentleman’s Magazine” (Isaacson, ). This journal soundly reflected Britain’s.
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The Gentleman's magazine: general index from the year toboth inclusive / With a prefatory introduction, descriptive of the rise and progress of the magazine, with anecdotes of the projector and his early assocations, by John Nichols.
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Publication History. The Gentleman's Magazine began publication with the January issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles. The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine founded in London, England, by Edward Cave in January It ran uninterrupted for almost years, until It was the first to use the term magazine (from the French magazine, meaning "storehouse") for a periodical.
Samuel Johnson's first regular employment as a writer was with The Gentleman's Magazine. General Index to the Gentleman's Magazine from the Year to London, Ram: Ram, Titia.
Magnitude in Marginality: Edward Cave and The Gentleman's Magazine,Containing a First-Line Index of all the Poems, With Notes and References on Authorship. N.p.: Gottmann & Fainsilber Katz, Rambler: Johnson, Samuel.
The Rambler. Ayscough, Samuel - A General Index to the First Fifty-Six Volumes of the Gentleman's Magazine, (ESTC T) Miscellaneous Correspondence Sent to the Author of The Gentleman's Magazine. The Gentleman's Magazine Library Cambridge: The Riverside Press, About The Gentleman's Magazine Library, The Gentleman’s Magazine was founded in London in It was published monthly until and was distributed throughout the English-speaking world.
The magazine covered a wide variety of topics in essays. The Gentleman's magazine. v pt.2 Journal of Law and Education Journal of Economic Education Books by Language Journal of Evolutionary Biochemistry and Physiology Journal of Labor Economics Journal of materials engineering.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders The Gentleman's magazine library: being a classified collection of the chief contents of the Gentleman's magazine from to Edited by George Laurence Gomme by Gomme, George Laurence, Publication date Topics Great Britain -- Antiquities, Great Britain -- Antiquities, Roman.
The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the YearVolume The "Gentleman's magazine" section is a digest of selections from the weekly press; the "(Trader's) monthly intelligencer" section consists of news (foreign and domestic), vital statistics, a register of the month's new publications, and a calendar of forthcoming trade fairs.
Get this from a library. The Gentleman's magazine; general index from the year toboth inclusive. The index is available at the Family History Library as FHL book B2g Index, but is also available on microfilm (films #, 24 films) or microfiche (#, fiche).
An abstract of the "chief contents of the Gentleman’s Magazine from to ” was published by. Gentlemans Magazine and Historical Chronicle Newspaper Archives () Browse by Year (66 years available). The Gentleman's magazine.
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A general index to the first fifty-six volumes of the Gentleman's magazine: from its commencement in the yearto the end of [Samuel Ayscough]. A complete list of pltes and wood-cuts in the Gentleman's magazine, from the commencement in the year to inclusive; and an alphabetical list thereto.
Note Special Collections & University Archives copy 1 (Rare Books Collection AP4.G33): Imperfect: p. v. 21 () lacking. Indexed in: A general index to the first twenty volumes of the Gentleman's magazine  (London: Printed for E. Cave, ). Indexed in: Ayscough, Samuel: A general index to the first fifty-six volumes of the Gentleman's magazine  (London: ; 2nd edition: London: ).
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The Gentleman’s Magazine was founded in London in It was published monthly until and was distributed throughout the English-speaking world. The magazine covered a wide variety of topics in essays, biographies, articles, illustrations, poetry, reports, and historical passages.The Gentleman’s Magazine was a monthly magazine of news, commentary and satire.
It also reprinted essays, poems and extracts from other books and periodicals. The magazine was founded in and ran until As its title suggests, its target audience was educated and male. The founding editor.Explore the archives of the Gentleman's Gazette, where you find all articles we ever published starting in Classic Style At Its Best!