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Eighteenth Century Journals II

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Newspapers and Periodicals, 1699-1812, from the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Centre, University of Texas at Austin

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Die kombinierte Volltext- und Faksimiledatenbank eröffnet den Zugang zu ausgewählten Quellenmaterialien aus rund 70, z.T. sehr seltenen, englischsprachigen Zeitungen und Zeitschriften des 18. Jahrhunderts. Die über 23.000 Seiten umfassende Sammlung deckt ein umfangreiches Spektrum an Themenbereichen ab, die von Politik über Literatur und Theater bis hin zu Aspekten des religiösen und sozialen Lebens reichen. Zur Digitalisierung wurden Titel ausgewählt, die nicht bereits in EEBO, ECCO oder 17th and 18th Century Burney Collection Newspapers enthalten sind.

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Adam Matthew Digital

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Das Angebot richtet sich nicht an Verbraucher i. S. d. § 13 BGB und Letztverbraucher i. S. d. PAngV.

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103972

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This is a digital project comprising over 23,000 images with full text search.

The Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center holds one of the finest collections of 17th and 18th century newspapers and periodicals in the world. These holdings were documented in British Newspapers and Periodicals, 1632-1800, compiled by Powell Stewart in 1950. More recent acquisitions have further enhanced these collections.

The titles chosen from HRC for this project have been screened carefully against EEBO, Early English Newspapers and ECCO so that there is no duplication whatsoever with these projects. The material reproduced in this new digital project covers many rare items not held by the British Library.

The 70 titles include items such as:

- The History of the Works of the Learned, 1699-1702

- The Post-Angel, 1701-1702

- The Free-Thinker, 1711

- The Plain Dealer, 1712

- The Lay-Monk, 1713-1714

- The Grumbler, 1715

- The Censor, 1715-1717

- The Present State of the Republick of Letters, 1728-1736

- Parker's Penny Post, 1732-1733

- B Berington's Evening Post, 1733

- The Dublin Evening Post, 1736

- The Champion, 1739-1740

- The York Courant, 1742

- The Museum: Or, the Literary and Historical Register, 1746-47

- The Royal Magazine; or, Quarterly Bee, 1751

- The Connoisseur, 1754

- The Humanist, 1757

- The Universal Museum, 1762-1764

- The Political Register, 1767-1768

- The Whisperer, 1770

- The York Chronicle, 1772-1773

- The Vocal Magazine, 1778

- The London Packet, or New Lloyd's Evening Post, 1785

- The Dublin Chronicle, 1787-1792

- The Bee, or Literary Weekly Intelligence, 1791

- Morning Advertiser, 1794-1797

- The Morning Post and Fashionable World, 1797

- The Oeconomist, 1798-1799

There is a good spread of material for all decades of the eighteenth century.

Topics covered are extremely wide-ranging and include:

- Acts by the Parliament de Paris in opposition to the French Court

- The writings of Sir Isaac Newton

- The writings of Corneille and Racine

- The advantages of eating in company

- Pagan deities

- The waters of Buxton and other spa towns and visits to the Lake District

- Poets of the Romantic Period

- Medicines

- The Foundling Hospital

- The French Revolution

- Serpents

- Theatrical Performances

- Reviews of literature and fashion throughout Europe

- Political debates

- Coffee house gossip and discussion

For any library supporting studies of the Eighteenth Century - including Literature, the Theatre, the origins and rise of Romanticism, Politics, Revolution and Rebellion, Social issues, Gender, Society Life, Religion and the influence of the Press - these periodicals and newspapers will prove to be an important and multi-faceted resource. We feature many short run items and very rare materials which will be an excellent complement to other resources already available in this area.

This project provides easily accessible raw material for the study of politics, nationalism, education, the landscape, literature, drama, revolution, sensibility, exoticism, individualism, heroism and many other themes.

Contents

The numbers in square brackets refer to the numbering in the descriptive catalogue of British Newspapers and Periodicals, 1632-1800 compiled by Powell Stewart in 1950.

[9] B Berington's Evening Post, 1733 1 issue

[17] The British Merchant, 1713 Nos 1 & 25

[21a] The Censor, 1715-17 3 vols

[25] The Champion, 1739-40 2 vols

[27] The Connoisseur, 1754 5 issues

[28] The Con-Test, 1757 1 issue

[51] The Dublin Chronicle, 1787-1792 21 issues

[52] The Dublin Journal, 1732 1 issue

[53] The Dublin Evening Post, 1736 Vols 4-5 (Stored with Mss; KPO Newspapers Box 6)

[56] The Edinburgh Gazette, 1703, 1707, 1710, 1711 4 issues

[68] The Examiner, 1714 Nos 1, 4-12

[69] The Examiner or Remarks upon Papers and Occurrences, 6 vols (bound in one vol)

[75] The Flying Post, 1712-23 5 issues

[77] The Free-Holder, 1716 38 issues (in one bound volume); 1715 Reprint Nos 1-3; 1744 Reprint Nos 1-55

[79] The Free-Thinker, 1711 1 issue

[89] The Grumbler, 1715 2 issues

[101] The History of the Works of the Learned, 1699-1702 5 vols (two versions held)

[102] The Honest Gentleman, 1718-19 Nos 1-8, 11-25

[103] The Humanist, 1757 Nos 1-15

[114] The Lay-Monk, 1713-14 Nos 1-40 (Both first and second editions as these are different; the second edition is called The Lay-Monastery, covering same dates)

[115] The Leeds Mercury, 1784 1 issue

[122] The London Journal, 1721-31 Nos 76, 79-141, 143-154, 156, 158, 161-168, 171, 177, 261, 522, 528, 577, 597-598, 613, 625, 630

[125] The London Packet, or New Lloyd's Evening Post, 1785 1 issue

[139] The Medley, 1715 2 issues

[152] Mercurius Politicus, 1716-20 5 vols

[162] The Monitor, 1714 4 issues

[168] Morning Advertiser, 1794-97 11 issues

[172] The Morning Post and Fashionable World, 1797 1 issue

[173] The Muses Mercury, 1707-8 4 issues

[174] The Museum: Or, the Literary and Historical Register, 1746-47 3 vols

[179] The New London Magazine, 1788, 1789, 1792 3 vols (Held by PCL)

[183] The Northampton Mercury, 1746 1 issue

[192] The Oeconomist, 1798-99 2 vols

[193] Old Common Sense, 1738-1739 100 issues

[199] The Original Weekly Journal, 1716-17 9 issues

[201] A Pacquet from Parnassus, 1702 1 issue

[203] Parker's Penny Post, 1732-33 58 issues in 1 volume

[209] Pax, Pax, Pax, or a Pacifick Post Boy, 1713-1720 22 issues

[224] The Plain Dealer, 1712 4 issues

[226] The Political Register, 1767-68 3 vols

[229] The Post-Angel, 1701-1702 Vols II-IV contained in 2 bound vols

[232] The Present State of the Republick of Letters, 1728-36 18 vols

[239] The Reader, 1714 (1715 reprint) Nos 1-9

[245] The St James's Evening Post, 1715-17 3 issues

[247] The St James's Post, 1715 & 1718 2 issues

[263] The Tatler (Edinburgh), 1711 Nos 4-21, 23-24

[280] The Universal Museum, 1762-64 3 vols

[282] The Universal Spy or, the Royal Oak Journal Reviv'd, 1732 9 issues

[283] The Visions of Sir Heister Ryley, 1710-11 Vol 1, Nos 3-80

[284] The Vocal Magazine, 1778 Nos 1-9

[298] The Weekly Remarks and Political Reflections, 1715 Vol 1, nos 1-11, 14

[303] The Whisperer, 1770 Nos 1, 3-14

[304] The Whitehall Evening Post, 1721-22 6 issues and one supplement

[305] The Whitehall Evening Post, or London intelligencer, 1754-66 31 issues

[308] The York Chronicle, 1772-73 Nos 1-55

Additions from the end of the Powell Stewart Catalogue:

[Add 1] British Magazine, 1760-61 2 vols

[Add 2] The Bee, or Literary Weekly Intelligence, 1791 16 vols

[Add 3] The Royal Magazine; or, Quarterly Bee, Volume II, 1751

[Add 4] The York Courant, 1742 1 issue

Additional:

The Political Magazine and Parliamentary, Naval, Military, and Literary Journal, v 4, 1783

Additional Items from the Queen Anne Serials List:

A Prognostication for this Present Year of Our Lord God by John Wood-House, nd

A New Almanack for the Year of our Lord God, 1712, by Thomas White, London 1712

A Prognostication for the Year of our Lord God, 1712, by John Wing, London 1711

Speculum Uranicum; or, an almanac and prognostications for the Year of our Lord God, 1712, by Thomas Fowles, Gent., London 1712

A New Almanack for the Year From the Nativity of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, 1712,

By George Rose, Mathematician, London 1712

Merlinus redivivus: Being an Almanack for the Year of our Redemption, by John Partridge, Student in Physick and Astrology, London 1683-4

The Ladies Diary: or the Woman's Almanack for the Year of our Lord, 2 vols, 1709 and 1711 (including Telescopium anglicanum or an ephemeris; exclude the volumes for 1708 and 1710 as these are in ECCO)

Culpepper revived. Being an Almanack for the Year of our Blessed Saviour's incarnation 1712, by Nathaniel Culpepper, London 1712

Censura Temporum. The Good or Ill Tendencies of Books, Sermons, Pamphlets &c, vol 1, nos 1-12, London 1708

Nineteenth Report of the Commissioners of Military Enquiry, 1812

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