for Newspaper Advertisements
The following newspapers have been surveyed for
1800 through 1830:
Morning Chronicle (London; daily)
Star (London; daily, evening)
Evening Courant (Edinburgh; Monday, Thursday, Saturday)
Information about these newspapers is given in the guide to Newspaper
Advertisements. Amongst secondary reference sources, the following
have proved useful or provide further reading:
‘The Advertising System’, Edinburgh Review 77
The Political Press of Great Britain and Ireland: Or, an Inquiry
into the State of the Public Journals, Chiefly as Regards their
Moral and Political Influence (London: Hurst, Robinson &
Alexander. The History of British Journalism, 2 vols (London:
A. Politics and the Press, c. 1780–1850 (London: Home &
Van Thal, 1949).
Ivon. ‘Advertising and the Press in the Late Eighteenth and
Early Nineteenth Centuries: James Perry and the Morning Chronicle
1790–1821’, Historical Journal 18 (1975), 703–24.
Hannah. Newspapers, Politics, and Public Opinion in Late Eighteenth-Century
England (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998).
Bibliography of English Literature, 3rd edn, vol. 4, ed. by
Joanne Shattock (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999).
Dennis, ed. The Encylopedia of the British Press (London:
William.] ‘The Periodical Press’, Edinburgh Review
38 (1823), 349–78.
Michael and Alan Lee, eds. The Press in English Society from
the Seventeenth to Nineteenth Centuries (Rutherford: Fairleigh
Dickinson University Press, 1986).
James. An Account of the London Daily Newspapers (London:
For the Author, 1811).
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Director: Professor Peter Garside;
Research Associates: Dr Jacqueline
Belanger, Dr Sharon Ragaz;
Dr Anthony Mandal