Examiner or Remarks upon Papers and Occurrences
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printed for John Morphew, near Stationers-Hall,
|Series:||17th-18th century Burney Collection newspapers
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|Published:||[Vol. 1] Numb. 1. (Thursday, August 3. 1710.)-|
Ceased with: [new ser.] Vol. III. Numb. 52., 10 Mar., 1716.
|Item Description:||After three issues, the alternative title is dropped.|
An "ultra-tory journal", begun by Henry St.John, Francis Atterbury, Matthew Prior, John Freind and originally edited by William King, the paper was soon controlled by Robert Harley; its editor and major contributor during most of 1711 was Jonathan Swift. Cf. McLeod.
Description based on: Numb. 1. (Thursday, August 3. 1710.); title from caption.
Imprint from colophon
Latest issue consulted: [new ser.] Vol. III. Numb. 1 (From Saturday September 10. to Wednesday Septem. 14. 1715.).
Many earlier issues reprinted soon after the printing to meet demand. Cf. McLeod.
Note below title: To be continu'd weekly.
Reproduction of the originals from the Burney Collection, the British Library (London).
Some issues dated according to Lady Day dating.
Successive editors after Swift were Delarivier Manley and William Oldisworth, who took over the paper at the end of 1711.
|Physical Description:||v. ; 1/2° and 2°.|
|Publication Frequency:||Semiweekly, 22 Dec. 1712-10 Mar. 1716|
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|Place of Publication:||Great Britain -- England -- London.|