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Public Advertiser

Title
Public Advertiser [electronic resource].
Publication
London : printed by W[ells]. Egelsham at Mr. [Henry] Woodfall's, the corner of Ivy-Lane, Pater noster-Row, where advertisements of a moderate length are taken in at two shillings each: also at the Universal Register-Office, opposite Cecil-street in the Strand, and in Bishopsgate-street; by G. Woodfall, next Craig's Court, Charing-Cross; Mr. [John] Shuckburgh, between Temple Gate, in Fleet-street; and Mr. [James] Brackstone, at the Globe, in Cornhill, 1752-1793.
Electronic Resource
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Additional Authors
Publication Date
  • No. 5645 (Friday, December 1, 1752)-
  • Ceased December 1793; title changed to The Public advertiser, or Political and literary diary on Jan. 1. 1794.
Description
1 online resource (v.)
Series Statement
Slavery and anti-slavery: a transnational archive. Part 2: Slave trade in the Atlantic world
Uniform Title
  • Public advertiser (London, England : 1752)
  • Slavery and anti-slavery: a transnational archive. Part 2: Slave trade in the Atlantic world.
Subject
Note
  • Reproduction of the originals from the Burney Collection, the British Library (London).
  • Imprint from colophon.
  • Imprint varies.
  • 21 Nov. 1768-19 Dec. 1769 issues contain letters signed "Junius" (i.e. Charles Fearne); 1779 issues contain letters signed "Democritus."
  • Issues for: 11 Jan. 1792-31 Oct. 1793 contain 41 anonymous essays entitled "The crisis," written by Hervey Morres, Viscount Mountmorres, and dealing with issues of Catholic toleration, public credit, and the Irish situation. These essays were reprinted separately in 1794 and 1795:.
  • At foot of p.[1]: Advertisements for this paper are taken in at Lloyd's Coffee-House in Lombard-Street.
  • Description based on: No. 5645 (Friday, December 1, 1752); title from caption.
  • Latest issue consulted: Number 18576 (Tuesday, December 24, 1793).
  • NCBEL and Ward conflate this title and the succeeding title.
Numbering (note)
  • Numbering continues from previous title.
  • Issue numbering is irregular throughout; several issues are misdated.
OCLC
  • 785645874
  • 785645874
Title
Public Advertiser [electronic resource].
Imprint
London : printed by W[ells]. Egelsham at Mr. [Henry] Woodfall's, the corner of Ivy-Lane, Pater noster-Row, where advertisements of a moderate length are taken in at two shillings each: also at the Universal Register-Office, opposite Cecil-street in the Strand, and in Bishopsgate-street; by G. Woodfall, next Craig's Court, Charing-Cross; Mr. [John] Shuckburgh, between Temple Gate, in Fleet-street; and Mr. [James] Brackstone, at the Globe, in Cornhill, 1752-1793.
Current Frequency
Daily (except Sunday)
Series
Slavery and anti-slavery: a transnational archive. Part 2: Slave trade in the Atlantic world
Slavery and anti-slavery: a transnational archive. Part 2: Slave trade in the Atlantic world.
Numbering
Numbering continues from previous title.
Issue numbering is irregular throughout; several issues are misdated.
Connect to:
Place of Publication
Great Britain England London.
Added Author
Fearne, Charles, 1724-1794.
Mountmorres of Castlemorres, Hervey Redmond Morres, Viscount, 1745 or 6-1797. Crisis. No. 1-41.
Continues
General advertiser (London, England : 1744)
Continued By
Public advertiser, or Political and literary diary
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