The Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers and Periodicals, 1800-1900
Hrsg. v. John S. North
Online, Print + Online
Print: 2003, 20 Bände, gebunden
Inhalt :: Content
Bibliographisches Verzeichnis mit mehr als 50.000 Nachweisen von Ausgaben englischsprachiger Zeitschriften und Zeitungen des 19. Jahrhunderts.
Suche :: Retrieval
Verlag :: Publisher
North Waterloo Academic Press
Preis :: Price
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Here is a directory to the largest single body of historical documents arising out of nineteenth century England at the height of the British Empire. This empire was by some measures the most powerful and influential in the history of civilization: she held sway over the largest land mass and the greatest proportion of the world's people. Having become in the 19th century one of the most literate of all societies, England established the Victorian periodical and newspaper press as a primary vehicle of participatory democracy. The Directory provides a more comprehensive, detailed and useful bibliographical record (including Locations and facsimile Title Pages) than we yet have for printed books, government publications or manuscripts of the century. It is subject-comprehensive, intending to include every periodical and newspaper published on a regular basis, from daily to annually, in every language, within England: a goldmine for cultural historians, genealogists and all subject specialists. Newspapers and periodicals were more than one-hundred-fold the volume and readership of printed books.
This series includes the pertinent holdings of the Cambridge University Libraries, the University of London Libraries, the British Library's three branches (the main Euston Road branch, the Colindale Newspaper Branch and Boston Spa Yorkshire Documents Lending Branch), and such specialized London repositories as the Royal Society Library, Wellcome Medical Library, and the Royal Institute of British Architects. All the nineteenth century English titles in NEWSPLAN are included, usually in much greater detail.
The Directory also contains data from some 8,000 secondary sources which together provide scholarly commentary on the majority of entries.
The Online edition has no limit on single-site simultaneous users. Access may be allowed throughout your facility by a range of IP addresses, or User Account/Password, or another method preferred by your library. Features include:
The standard Licence may be tailored to the preferences and jurisdictional requirements of each customer.
Information has been sought and generally found for 30 fields per record:
- Later Title
- Generic Title
- Issuing body
- Sub-issuing body
- Illustrations [types of]
- Names [personnel whose function is unknown]
- Orientation [political or religious]
- Locations [UK & N. America]
- Facsimile TitlePage
Series 2 renders Series 1 obsolete. However, customers who have purchased Series 1 in print or CD-ROM version are given credit for the full price of their Series 1 purchase against the Series 2 price.