Journalism and the Periodical Press

This bibliography lists studies of the periodical press throughout Europe and the Americas during the period 1650-1800. It is intended to cover printed publications during the past dozen years. This bibliography, unlike others in the series, has not been published previously in The East-Central Intelligencer. This bibliography benefits from my work as the Section 1 editor (Printing and Bibliographic Studies) of The Eighteenth Century: A Current Bibliography, making available much information that will later appear, in some cases with more detail, in volumes as yet unpublished. For suggestions and corrections, I am indebted to my friend James E. Tierney as well as other members of EC/ASECS, and, of course, I am also indebted to many published bibliographies, most especially those by Diana Dixon in Journal of Newspaper and Periodical History (London, 1984-1994) and the annual that to some extent continued it, Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1994-1997). I apologize for omissions and errors, and ask, for future revisions, that scholars please address corrections and additions to me at or the postal address below. I am once again grateful to my friend Kevin Berland for posting this checklist.

This updated bibliography has been augmented with additions from Charles A. Knight, Marie Mercier-Faivre, and James Tierney, and with items drawn from Diana Dixon's "Annual Review of Work in Newspaper and Periodical History 1996-1998," published in Media History, 5, 2 (1999), 201-21. I have also added many dozen more from my own searches. Revised June 1, 2001, March 22 2002.

James E. May
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 Adam, Wolfgang. "Medizin und Essayistik: Das Beispiel von Johann August Unzers Wochenschrift Der Arzt." Librarium, 38 (1995), 175-82; 3 plates.

Adams, Stephen Michael. "Daniel Defoe's Review and Authorial Issues in the Early English Periodical." Diss. U. of Missouri at Columbia, 1996. DAIA, 57, no. 11 (May 1997), 4747.

Addison, Joseph, Richard Steele, et al. Le "spectator." Introduction by Bernard Dhuicq. Paris: La Bibliothèque, 1996. Pp. 232.

Albaugh, Gaylord P. A History and Annotated Bibliography of American Religious Periodicals and Newspapers Established from 1730 through 1830. 2 vols. Worcester, MA: American Antiquarian Society, 1994. Pp. lxxxix + 1456; appendices; bibliography; index; prefatory explanations. [A monumental labor involving decades of work at over 700 libraries. Following an historical introduction, Albaugh offers his important bibliography describing 590 distinct religious periodicals and newspapers published during the period, noting their variant titles, providing publication information on them (Vol. 1: A-O; Vol. 2: P-Z, plus appendices, bibliographies, and index). James Tierney writes that "Appendix I lists 124 periodical titles garnered from various sources but which Albaugh's research determined were never actually published. Especially valuable are Appendices 2-4, which afford extremely handy tools by which scholars with special interests can negotiate the otherwise daunting 1,077-page bibliography itself. For those requiring access to periodicals and newspapers from a particular year(s), a 'Chronological List of Titles by Years of Founding' (Appendix 2) quickly identifies appropriate titles in the main bibliography. Likewise, a 'Geographical List of Titles by States and Cities or Towns of Publication' (Appendix 3) lists those publications associated with a particular geographical area. For those interested in studying a particular religious persuasion, 'Titles Arranged by Major Religious Interests' (Appendix IV) ranges all entries in the bibliography under headings that identify each publication's raison d'être (Calvinism, Universalism, human service, etc.). The indices are followed by bibliographies of microform catalogues used for the project and of secondary sources. Finally, another valuable resource appears in the 'Index of Editors, Publishers, Printers, Illustrations [perhaps a misprint for 'Illustrators'], and Engravers,' a double-columned 68-page listing of journalists and tradesmen mentioned in the annotation to the main bibliography. A seasoned researcher himself, Albaugh knew the kind of research devices scholars need."

Alexander, John. The Selling of the Constitutional Convention: A History of New Coverage. Madison, WI: Madison House, 1990. Pp. ix + 246.

Allen, Susan Macall. "The Impact of the Stamp Act of 1765 on Colonial American Printers: Threat or Bonanza?" Diss. University of California at Los Angeles. DAI, 57, no. 2 (Aug. 1996), 494A.

Altena, Peter. "'Liever een' arent dan een kerkuil: Over Den Adelaar (1735) van Jacob Campo Weyerman, De Hollandsche Spectator (1731-35) van Justus van Effen en de geschiedenis van de 'weekelyksche schriften.'" Voortgang, 13 (1992), 145-71.

Álvarez Barrientos, J., F. Lopez, and I. Urzainqui. La República de las Letras en el siglo XVIII. Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, 1995. Pp. 226. [Includes Urzainqui's survey "Un nuevo instrumento cultural: La prensa periódica" (125-216).]

Amato, M. "'Un libro cominciato e non finito': L'attività giornalistica di Gasparo Gozzi." Studi Settecenteschi, 15 (1995), 163-84.

Annus, Endel (ed.). Eestis ilmunud saksa-, vene- ja munkeelne periodika, 1675-1940. [Periodicals in German, Russian, and Other Tongues Published in Estland, 1675-1940.] Tallinn: Eesti Teaduste Akadeemia Raamatukogu, 1993. Pp. 477.

Applegate, Edd. Journalistic Advocates and Muckrakers: Three Centuries of Crusading Writers. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1997. Pp. vii + 219.

Applegate, Edd. Literary Journalism: A Biographical Dictionary of Writers and Editors. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996. Pp. 352.

Arato, F. "Carlo Amoretti e il giornalismo scientifico nella milano di fine settecento." Giornale storico della literatura italiana, 47 (1991), 16-49.

Arner, Robert D. "'The Child of Snow': A Misidentified 'Early American' Short Story." Early American Literature, 31 (1996), 98-100. [Identifies earlier printings, including French, of this story appearing in the Dec. 1792 issue of Isaiah Thomas's Massachusetts Magazine.]

Aronson, Amy Beth. "Sons of Liberty and Their Silenced Sisters: 'Ladies' Magazines' and Women's Self-Representation in the Early Republic." Pp. 17-32 in Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History: 1995 Annual. Edited by Michael Harris and Tom O'Malley. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1997.

Augello, M., M. Bianchini, and M. Guidi. Le riviste di economia in Italia (1700-1900): Dai giornali scientifico-letterari ai periodici specialistici. Milan: F. Angeli, 1996. Pp. 554.

Balay, Robert. Early Periodical Indexes: Bibliographies and Indexes of Literature Published in Periodicals before 1900. Lanham, MD, and Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 2000. Pp. xxx + 317; indices.

Baldasty, Gerald J., and Jacqueline Blix (comps.). "Recent Scholarship [in journalism history]." Journalism History, 18 (1992), no. 2, 56-58; 19 (1993), no. 1, 37-39; no. 2, 71-74; no. 3, 108; 20 (1994), no. 2, 90-92; nos. 3/4, 149-51; 21 (1995), 52-53; [hereafter by Baldasty alone] 21 (1995), 131-32; 181-82. [Regularly appearing bibliography.]

Barbier, Frédéric, and Catherine Bertho-Lavenir. Histoire des médias: De Diderot à Internet. Paris: Armand Colin, 1996. Pp. 352.

Barfoot, C. C. "Reporting a Treason Trial in 1798." Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History: 1994 Annual (1996), 45-58.

Barker, Anthony D. "Poetry from the Provinces: Amateur Poets in the Gentleman's Magazine in the 1730s and 1840s." Pp. 241-58 in Tradition in Transition: Women Writers, Marginal Texts, and the Eighteenth-Century Canon. Edited by Alvaro Ribeiro and James S. Basker (eds) New York: Oxford U. Press, 1996.

Barker, Hannah. Newspapers, Politics, and English Society, 1695-1855. (Themes in British Social History.) Harlow, U.K., and New York: Longman, 2000. Pp. 246; index.

Barker, Hannah. Newspaper, Politics, and Public Opinion in Late Eighteenth-Century England. (Oxford Historical Monographs.) New York: Oxford U. Press; Oxford: Clarendon, 1998. Pp. viii + 202; illustrations; index. [Reviewed by C. Y. Ferdinand in TLS (April 6, 1999), 38; and by Bob Harris in British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 22 (1999), 219-20.]

Barker, Hannah, and Elaine Chalus (eds.). Gender in Eighteenth-Century England: Role, Representations, and Responsibilities. New York: Longman, 1997. Pp. xii + 266. [Includes essays by Stephen Howard and by Cindy McCreery's on images of gender in periodical literature, with McCreery's treating the Town and Country Magazine (1769-1791).]

Barker, Hannah, and David Vincent (eds.). Language, Print, and Electoral Politics, 1790-1832: Newcastle-under-Lyme Broadsides. Rochester, NY; Woodbridge, U.K.: Boydell & Brewer, 2001.

Barnette, Linda-Jane C. "Images of Women in El Censor." Dieciocho, 18 (1995), 77-89.

Barnhurst, Kevin G., and John Nerone. The Form of News: A History. New York: Guildford Press, 2001. Pp. x + 326. [Reviewed by Marcy Wheeler in SHARP News, 11, no. 1 (Winter 2001/02), 13.]

Barry, J. "The Press and Politics of Culture in Bristol, 1660-1775." Pp. 49-81 in Culture, Politics, and Society in Britain. Edited by Jeremy Black and J. Gregory. Manchester, U. K.: Manchester U. Press, 1991.

Bartolomeo, Joseph F. A New Species of Criticism: Eighteenth-Century Discourse on the Novel. Newark, DE: U. of Delaware Press, 1994. Pp. 216. [Treats reviews in periodicals.]

Bayle, Pierre. Pierre Bayle, témoin et conscience de son temps: Un choix d'articles du Dictionnaire historique et critique. (Vie des Huguenots, 13.) Introduced and edited by Antony McKenna. Paris: Champion, 2001. Pp. 523.

Beaven, M. "Warwickshire Provincial Newspapers in the Early 1750s." Warwickshire History, 9 (1993), 12-34.

Beccaria, Roberto (comp.). I periodici genovesi dall 1473 al 1899. Genova: Associazione italiana biblioteche; Burioini-Ricerche Bibliografiche, 1994. Pp. xv + 707; illus.; indices.

Beermann, Matthias. Zeitung zwischen Profit und Politik: Der Courier du Bas-Rhin (1767-1810): Eine Fallstudie zur politischen Tagespublizistik im Europa des spätem 18.Jahrunderts. Leipzig: Leipziger U., 1996. Pp. xii + 559.

Begheyn, Paul J. "Een onbekende Nijmeegse uitgave van 'Tijl Uilenspiegel' uit 1766." Dokumentaal, 22 (1993), 151.

Bellettini, Pierangelo. "Periodici romagnoli di antico regime: Gazzette, giornali dei letterati, almanacchi." Pp. 319-60 (with illustrations) in Storia del giornalismo in Emilia-Romagna e a Pesaro dagli albori al primo Novecento. Edited by Giancarlo Roversi. Introduction by Aldo Berselli. Casalecchio di Reno, Bologna: Grafis, 1992.

Bellocchi, Ugo. Bibliografia del giornalismo italiano. Rome: Centro di Documentazione Giornalistica, 1991. Pp. 562; facsimiles; index.

Bender, Wolfgang F., Siegfried Bushuven, and Michael Huesmann, with the assistance of Christoph Bruckman and Christiane Sasse (eds.). Theaterperiodika des 18. Jahrhunderts: Bibliographie und inhaltliche Erschliessung deutschsprachiger Theaterzeitschriften, Theaterkalender und Theatertaschenbücher. Part 1: 1750-1780. Vol. 1: Bibliographie, Inhaltsverzeichnisse und Einzelregister. Vol. 2: Gesamtregister. Part 2: 1781-1790. Part 3: 1971-1799. Munich: Saur, 1994-1998.

Benhamou, Paul. "La lecture publique des journaux." Dix-huitième siècle, 24 (1992), 283-95; 1 of plate.

Benhamou, Reed. "Fashion in the Mercure: From Human Foible to Female Failing." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 31 (1997), 27-43; illus.; summary.

Berglund, Lisa. "Learning to Read the Rambler." Diss. U. of Virginia, 1995. DAI, 56 (1995), 1363A.

Bergman, Hans. God in the Street: New York from the Penny Press to Melville. Philadelphia: Temple U. Press, 1995. Pp. x 260.

Berkvens-Stevelinck, Christiane, and Jeroom Vercruysse (eds.). Le Métier de journaliste au dix-huitiéme siècle: Correspondance entre Prosper Marchand, Jean Rousset de Missy, et Lambert Ignace Douxfils. (Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 312.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation at the Taylor Institution, 1993. Pp. xiii + 329 + 2 of plates; appendices [1) "Bibliographie de Jean Rousset," 269-75; "Inventaire critique du Voltairiana de Prosper Marchand," 276-87; "L'affaire de Nimègue," 288-96]; bibliography [297-311]; 8 illustrations; index.

Berry, Helen. "'Nice and Curious Questions': Coffee Houses and the Representations of Women in John Dunton's Athenian Mercury." The Seventeenth Century, 12 (1997), 257-76.

Bertaud, Jean-Paul. "La Presse en l'An II: Aperçu des recherches en cours." Annales historiques de la Révolution française, 67 (1995), 161-72.

Beyrer, Klaus, and Martin Dallmeier (eds.) Als die Post noch Zeitung machte: Eine Pressegeschichte. Giessen: Anabas; Deutschen Postmuseums, 1994. Pp. 207; illustrations (some colored). [Published in conjunction with a postal museum exhibition. Most essays treat the history of the periodical press, esp. in Frankfurt; includes Peter Albrecht's "Die Karriere einer Zeitungsente: Der Anteil der Oberpostamtszeitung en der Legende eines hildesheimischen Kaffeeverbots im Jahre 1780" (117-23); Holger Böning's "Zeitung, Zeitschrift, Intelligenzblatt: Die Entwicklung der periodischen Presse im Zeitalter der Aufklärung" (93-103); Barbara Brugger-Albel's "Die Frankfurter Postzeitung: Eine Chronik" (110-16); Martin Dallmeier's "Zur Frühzeit der Frankfurter Presse: Die Avisen der ersten Frankfurter Postmeister" (32-39); Frieder Schmidt's "Papier: Zur Geschichte eines Materials, ohne das es keine Zeitung gäbe" (77-84); Martin Welke's "Die Presse und ihre Leser: Zur Geschichte des Zeitungslesens in Deutschland von den Anfängen bis zum frühen 19 Jahrhundert" (140-47); Jürgen Wilke's "Presse und Zensur: Anfänge, Entwicklung und Abbau obrigkeitlicher Kontrollmassnahmen" (148-56; and Walter Wilkes' "Setzen und Drücken: Zur Technik der Zeitungsherstellung" (85-90).

Black, Fiona A. "Newspapers as Primary Sources in Canadian-Scottish Book Trade History: The Example of Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1752-1820." Epilogue, 10 (1995), 43-51.

Black, Jeremy. "Continuity and Change in the British Press, 1750-1833." Publishing History, 36 (1994), 39-85.

Black, Jeremy. "The Development of the Provincial Newspaper." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 14 (1991), 159-70.

Black, Jeremy. The English Press in the Eighteenth Century. London: Croom Helm, 1987. Pp. xvi + 321.

Black, Jeremy. "Episcopal Condemnation of Nathaniel Mist [in unprinted letter from Bishop Edmund Gibson to Attoney-General Sir Philip Yorke, 1725]." Factotum, no. 39 (1995), 12-13.

Black, Jeremy. "Journalism and Its Problems in Late-Eighteenth-Century England." Journal of Newspaper and Periodical History, 7, no. 1 (1991), 31-38.

Black, Jeremy. "'Licentious Pens' and Diplomats: Reflections on the Press in 1762-63." Factotum, 28 (March 1989), 16-19.

Black, Jeremy. "A Plan for the Regulation of the Press." Factotum, 36 (February 1993), 22-26.

Black, Jeremy. "Politics and the Press in the Eighteenth Century: The Proposal to Launch a Pro-Government Scottish Newspaper in 1762." Factotum, 30 (December 1989), 21-23.

Black, Jeremy. "Richard Blacow and the Evening Advertiser." Factotum, 25 (February 1988), 23-30.

Black, Jeremy. "Sources for Newspaper and Periodical History: War and the English Press during the Eighteenth Century." Journal of Newspaper and Periodical History, 8, no. 2 (1992), 65-70.

Black, Scott. "Social and Literary Form in the Spectator." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 33 (1999), 21-42.

Blasselle, Bruno, and Laurent Portes (eds.). Mélanges autour de l'histoire des livres imprimés et périodiques. Paris: Bibliothèque nationale de France, 1998. Pp. 369; illustrations (some in color).

Bödeker, Hans Erich. "Zeitschriften und politische Öffentlichkeit: Zur Politisierung der deutschen Aufklärung in der zweiten Hälfte des 18.Jahrhunderts. Pp. 209-30 in Aufklärung, Lumières und Politik: Zur politischen Kultur der deutschen und französischen Aufklärung. Edited by Hans Erich Bödeker and Etienne François. Leipzig: U. Leipzig, 1996.

Bódyné Márkus, Rozália. "Néhány adalék az 1780-as évek sajtótörténetéhez." Magyar könyvszemle, 112 (1996), 97-106.

Boening, John (ed.). The Reception of Classical German Literature in England, 1760-1860: A Documentary History from Contemporary Periodicals. With an introduction by Boening. New York: Garland, 1997. Pp. xxxiv + 567.

Bois, Pierre-André, Raymond Heitz, and Roland Krebs (eds.). Voix conservatrices et réactionnaires dans les périodiques allemands de la Révolution française à la Restauration. (Convergences, 13.) New York and Paris: Peter Lang, 1999. Pp. xvi + 431. [Includes essays principally focused on politics and ideology but employing periodical materials; most relevant to eighteenth-century periodicals are Bois's "Du Bon usage de la raison dans le Deutsches Museum et le Braunschweigisches Journal"; Heitz's "Le drame de chevalerie patriotique et les périodiques, vecteurs de la légitimation des pouvoirs établis"; Krebs's "Le théâtre antirévolutionnaire jugé par les périodiques"; Gérard Laudin's "Pensée politique des Lumières et conservatisme sous-jacent"; Marita Gilli's "La Révolution de Mayence vue par la presse conservatrice entre 1793 et 1800"; Martine Tardiff's "Conservatisme et libéralisme dans la revue Der Genius der Zeit d'August Hennings"; Lelga Boulay's Le Politisches Journal de G. B. von Schirach face aux mouvements révolutionnaires des années 1780 et à la Révolution française"; Joseph Meyer's "Le Historisches Journal de Friedrich Gentz"; Jürga Voss's "Die Eudämonia (1795-1798)"; and Catherine Julliard's "La Wiener Zeitschrift de Leopold Alois Hoffmann: Une revue réactionnaire à l'époque de la Révolution française."

Bois, Pierre-André, Roland Krebs, and Jean Moes (eds.). Les Lettres françaises dan les revues allemandes du XVIIIe siècle / Die französischen Literatur in den deutschen Zeitschriften des 18. Jahrhunderts. (Convergences, 4.) Bern: P. Lang, 1997. Pp. 388. [Includes Bois's "La Réception des lettres françaises entre critique littéraire et stéréotypes" (273-83); Gonthier-Louis Fink's "La France et les lettres françaises dans le Deutsches Museum" (3-34); Ute van Runset's "Das französische Theater in der Bibliothek der Schoenen Wissenschaften und der Freyen Künste 1757-1765" (109-22); and Jürgen Voss's "Deutsche enzyklopädische Journale und ihre Rezeption der französischen Kultur" (35-48).]

Bollinger, Ernst. Pressegeschichte. Vol. 1: 1500-1800: Das Zeitalter der allmächtigen Zensur. (Öffentliche soziale Kommunikation. Reihe Werkpapiere, 29.) Freiburg: Universitätsverlag, 1995. Pp. 149; illus.

Böning, Holger (comp. and gen. ed.), and Emmy Möpps (comp.). Deutsche Presse: Biobibliographische Handbücher zur Geschichte der deutschsprachigen periodischen Presse von den Anfängen bis 1815. Vol. 1: Hamburg. Kommentierte Bibliographie der Zeitungen, Zeitschriften, Intelligenzblätter, Kalender und Almanache sowie biographische Hinweise zu Herausgebern, Verlegern und Druckern periodischer Schriften. 3 vols. Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: Frommann-Holzboog, 1996. Pp. lvii + 2419. [In his review for Library (6th ser., 19 (1997), 267-69), David Paisey is awestruck at the monumentality of this undertaking, involving all German-language serials, even down to calendars, in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. These three volumes on Hamburg contain, he notes, over twice the Hamburg titles in the previous standard work on German serials, that by Joachim Kirchner (1969). Entries contain bibliographical descriptions, notes on changes in title, personnel, and publication, and copy locations.]

Böning, Holger (ed.). Französische Revolution und deutsche Offentlichkeit: Wandlungen in Presse und Alltagskultur am Ende des achtzehnten Jahrhunderts. (Deutsche Presseforschung, 28.) Munich and New York: K. G. Saur, 1992. Pp. xii + 549; indices.

Böning, Holger. "Das Intelligenzblatt: Eine literarisch-publizistische Gattung des 18. Jahrhunderts." Internationales Archiv für Sozialgeschichte der Deutschen Literatur, 19 (1994), 22-32.

Bonville, Jean de. La presse québécoise de 1764 à 1914: Bibliographie analytique. Sainte-Foy: Les Presse de l'U. Laval, 1995. Pp. xix + 351.

Bosch Carrera, María Dolors. "Los inicios de las revistas especializadas en España." Hispania, 52, no. 180 (1992), 263-77.

Bost, Hubert. Un "Intellectuel" avant la lettre: Le journaliste Pierre Bayle (1647-1706): L'actualité religieuse dans les nouvelles de la Republique des lettres, 1684-1687. Amsterdam: APA-Holland Press, 1994. Pp. xi + 595; illus.; indices.

Bots, Hans (ed.). La Diffusion et la lecture des journaux de langue fraçaise sou l'Ancien Régime. Amsterdam: Holland U. Press, 1988. [Conference Proceedings]

Bots, Hans, and Bruno Lagarrigue. "L'unique exemplaire d'un préambule à L'histoire critique des journeaux par François-Denis Camusat (1700-1732), et les remarques manuscrites de Pierre des Maizeaux pour améliorer ce texte, 1720." Lias, 21 (1994), 95-134; illustrations.

Bots, Hans, and Françoise Waquet (ed.). Commercium Litterarium, 1600-1750: La communication dans la République des Lettres. Conferences des colloques tenus à Paris 1992 et à Nimegue 1993 [Parallel title in English]. (Études de l'Institut Pierre Bayle, 25.) Amsterdam and Maarssen: APA-Holland U. Press, 1994. Pp. xii + 333; index. [Texts in English and in French.]

Bots, Hans, and Jan de Vet. "Manifestes journalistiques et stratégies rédactionnelles: Les Préfaces des journaux savants hollandais en langue française (1684-1754)." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 304 (1992), 1018-21.

Brack, O M, Jr. "The Gentleman's Magazine, Concealed Printings, and the Texts of Samuel Johnson's Lives of Admiral Robert Blake and Sir Francis Drake." Studies in Bibliography, 40 (1987), 140-46.

Brack, O M, Jr. "Tobias Smollett Puffs his Histories." Pp. 267-88 in Writers, Books, and Trade: An Eighteenth-Century English Miscellany for William B. Todd. Edited by O M Brack, Jr. New York: AMS Press, 1994 [1995].

Bradley, Patricia. "The Boston Gazette and Slavery as Revolutionary Propaganda." Journal of Mass Communication Quarterly, 72 (1995), 581-96.

Brandes, Helga (ed.). Die Vernünfftigen Tadlerinnen 1725-1726. Hrsg. von Johann Christoph Gottsched. Im Anhang einige Stücke aus der 2. und 3.Auflage 1738 und 1748. Hildesheim: Olms, 1993. Pp. 731; index.

Brewer, John, and Ann Bermingham (eds). The Consumption of Culture (1600-1800): Image, Object, and Text. London: Routledge, 1995. [Relevant discussions includes an introduction by Ann Bermingham and Frank Donoghue's "Colonizing Readers: Review Criticism and the Formation of a Reading Public" (54-74).]

Briggs, Peter M. "'News from the Little World': A Critical Glance at Eighteenth-Century British Advertising." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 23 (1994) 29-45.

"Britain's Oldest Newspaper? The British Library Newspaper Library Newsletter, no. 10 (1995/1996), 6. [The lack of any known copy earlier than 27 August 1713 calls into question the claim that the Stamford Mercury was established in 1695.]

Brongers, J. A. "Advertenties in achttiende-eeuwse couranten: Een kwantitatief onderzoek naar de opkomst van het kolfspel." Pp. 102-13 (with illus.) in Kwartiermakers voor communicatiegeschiedenis: Een hommage aan dr. Maarten Schneider bij gelegenheid van zijn tachtigste verjaardag. Edited by Joan Hemels. Amsterdam: Cramwinckel, 1993.

Brown, G. S. "Critical Responses to Utopian Writings in the French Enlightenment: Three Periodicals as Case Studies." Utopian Studies: Journal of the Society for Utopian Studies, 5 (1994), 48-71. [Concerning the Correspondance littéraire, philosophique, et critique; L'Année littéraire; and Journal Encyclopédique.]

Bryant, Mark, and Simon Henage. Dictionary of British Cartoonists and Caricaturists, 1730-1980. Aldershot, Hants., U. K.: Scolar Press; Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, 1994. Pp. xvii + 252; illus.

Buijnsters, P. J. Justus van Effen (1684-1735): Leven en Werk. Utrecht: HES, 1992. Pp. 445. [Among van Effen's many literary and journalistic productions, are translations of Swift and Defoe and the periodical De Hollandsche Spectator (1731-1735).]

Burrows, Simon. French Exile Journalism and European Politics, 1792-1814. (Royal Historical Society Studies in History, n.s.) Woodbridge, Suffolk, U.K., and Rochester, NY: Boydell & Brewer, in association with the Royal Historical Society, 2000. Pp. xvi + 272; illus.

Burton, Kathryn Mary. "'An Addison in Petticoats': Eliza Haywood and the Periodical Essay." Diss. Florida State U., 1993. DAI, 54 (1994), 2585A.

Busch, Hilmar. "Rezensionen über das Göttingische Magazin: Versuch einer Bibliographie." Lichtenberg-Jahrbuch (1994), 295-97.

Il Caffé, 1764-1766. Edited by Gianni Francioni and Sergio Romagnoli. (Pantheon.) Rev. 2nd ed. 2 vols. Torino: Bollati Boringhieri, 1998. Pp. clxxviii + ix + 1225. [Francioni and Romagnoli's first edition was in 1993. See the review essay by Paola Luciano, "La nuova edizione del Caffe," in La Rassegna della letteratura italiana, 100 (1996), 54-59.]

Cannan, Paul D. "An Unrecorded Epilogue for The Recruiting Officer and Steele's Loss of the Gazetteership in 1710." Études Anglaises, 47 (1994), 312-16.

Cannone, Belinda. La Réception des opéras de Mozart dans la presse parisienne (1793-1829). Paris: Klincksieck, 1991. Pp. 360; bibliography [351-56]; index.

Capucci, Martino, Renzo Cremante, and Andrea Cristiani. La biblioteca periodica: Repertorio dei giornali letterari del Sei-Settecento in Emilia e in Romagna. (Cultura e vita civile nel Settecento.) Vol. 3: 1773-1790. Bologna: Il Mulino, 1993. Pp. 614; index.

Carrarini, Rita, and Michele Giordano (comps.). Bibliografia dei periodici femminili lombardi, 1786-1945. (Fonti e strumenti, 22.) Milan: Istituto lombardo per la storia del movimento di liberazione in Italia; Editrice Bibliografica, 1993. Pp. xxxiv + 456; bibliography.

Carnell, Rachel. "'It's not easy being green': Gender and Friendship in Eliza Haywood's Political Periodicals." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 32 (1998/1999), 199-214. [On the Female Spectator and the Parrot.]

Cave, Christophe, and Denis Reynaud. "L'anne 1748 dans la Gazette de France." Pp. 19-30 in 1748, l'anne de l'Esprit des lois. Edited by C. Volpilhac-Auger and C. Larrère. Paris: Champion, 1999.

Cave, Christophe, Denis Reynaud, and Danièle Willemart, with the assistance of Henri Duranton (eds.). 1793: L'Esprit des journaux. Saint-Étienne: Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne, 1993. Pp. 350; illustrations; indices of journals, subjects; persons.

Censer, Jack R. The French Press in the Age of Enlightenment. London and New York: Routledge, 1994. Pp. xii + 263; appendices [publication estimates for periodicals 1745-1786, pp. 215-18; sampling of the periodical press studied, 219-22]; index; tables.

Censer, Jack R., and Jeremy D. Popkin (eds.). Press and Politics in Pre-Revolutionary France. Berkeley, CA, and London: U. of California Press, 1987. Pp. xiii + 252; illustrations.

Chaison, Joanne D. "Indices for American Periodicals." The East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 5, no. 1 (January, 1991), 22-23. [On the use of Nelson F. Adkins' Index to Early American Periodicals to 1850 (1964) and the computer-generated indices of American Periodicals of the 1700's and American Periodicals, 1800-1850 prepared by Computer Indexed Systems. Reprinted from The Book: Newsletter of the Program of the Book in American Culture, published by the American Antiquarian Society (March 1990).]

Chandler, David. "Cowper in the Christian Miscellany." Notes and Queries, n.s. 44 [242] (1997), 222-25.

Chandler, David. "Cowper's To a Young Lady, with a Present of Two Cockscombs and the Gentleman's Magazine." Notes and Queries, n.s. 44 [242] (1997), 220-22.

Chandler, David. "The Foundation of 'Philosophical Criticism': William Taylor's Initial Connection with the Monthly Review, 1792-93." Studies in Bibliography, 50 (1997), 359-71.

Chapman, Colin R. An Introduction to Using Newspapers and Periodicals. Birmingham: Federation of Family History Societies, 1993. Pp. 30.

Chevaucherie, Eric. "La Révolution française et la presse de Suède." Revue du Nord, 77 (1995), 59-76.

Chisik, Harvey. The Production, Distribution, and Readership of a Conservative Journal of the Early French Republic: The Ami du Roi of the Abbe Royou. Philadelphia, PA: American Philosophical Society, 1992. Pp. xiv + 262; appendices; bibliography; index.

Chisick, Harvey, with Ilana Zinguer and Ouzi Elyada (eds.). The Press in the French Revolution: Papers Presented for the Conference "Presse d'élite, presse populaire et propagande pendant la Rëvolution française," held at the University of Haifa, 16-18 May 1988. (Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century [SVEC], 287.) Oxford: The Voltaire Foundation, 1991. Pp. viii + 423 + 8 of plates; bibliography; illustrations; index. [The section "Beginnings of the Revolution and its Impact on the Press" contains Denis Richet's "Les canaux de la propagation des idées contestataires avant la presse révolutionnaire" (19-24); Jean Sgard's "'On dit'" [on various journals of the 1780s] (25-32); Jacques Wagner's "Peuple et pouvoir dans le Journal encyclopédique à la veille de la Révolution française" (33-57); Raymond Birn's "The Pamphlet Press and the Estates-General of 1789" (59-69); and Pierre Rétat's "Pamphlet numéroté et journal en 1789" (71-82); the section on "Old Regime Journals Confront the Revolution" includes three essays particularly relevant to the history of the press: Jeremy D. Popkin's "The Élite Press in the French Revolution: The Gazette de Leyde and the Gazette universelle" (85-98); Harvey Chisick's "The Disappearance of a Great Enlightenment Periodical: the Année littéraire, 1789-1790" (119-30); and Jeremy Black's "The Challenge of the Revolution and the British Press" (131-41); and the section on "Journalists and Politics" includes Elizabeth L. Eisenstein's "The Tribune of the People: A New Species of Demagogue" (145-59); W. J. Murray's "Journalism as a Career Choice in 1789" (161-88; 4 tables classifying journalists); and Jack R. Censer's "Robespierre the Journalist" (189-96). In the last three sections ("Journalism and Politics: The Elitist Press," "Language and Revolution," and "Images and Their Uses"), only Jean-Paul Betaud's "L'Ami du roi de l'abbé Royou" (221-27) and Ouzi Elyada's "Les récrits de complot dans la presse populaire parisienne (1790-1791)" (281-92) need be noted for providing detailed information on the history of printing and the periodical press.]

Christians, Clifford G., John P. Ferre, and Mark Fackler. Good News: Social Ethics and the Press. New York: Oxford U. Press, 1993. Pp. xvi + 265; index.

Chuard, Jean P. "La Gazette de Berne et la Révolution vaudoise de 1798." Pp. 369-83 in La monnaie de sa pièce: Hommages à Colin Martin. Edited by Paul-Louis Pelet and Jean-François Poudret, with the assistance of Nadia Pollini. (Bibliothèque historique vaudoise, 105.) Lausanne: Bibliothèque historique vaudoise, 1992.

Cienfuegos, Beatriz. La Pensadora Gaditana. Edited by Cinta Canteria. Cadiz: U. de Cadiz Press, 1996. Pp. 275. [Anthology of 17 of 52 pensamientos appearing in this periodical (Cadiz, 1763-1764).]

Clark, Charles E. The Public Prints: The Newspaper in Anglo-American Culture, 1665-1740. New York: Oxford U. Press, 1994. Pp. xiv + 330; facsimiles; photographic plates; index.

Clay, Steven. "La guerre des plumes: La presse provinciale et la politique de faction sous le premier Directoire à Marseille, 1796-1797." Annales historiques de la Révolution française (1997), 221-47.

Coleman, S. R. "Political Journalism in the 1790s: Frotheringham's Long Island Herald." Long Island Herald Journal, 4 (1991), 92-104.

Cook, Malcolm, and Marie-Emmanuelle Plagnol-Diéval (eds.). Anecdotes, faits divers, contes, nouvelles, 1700-1820: Actes du Colloque d'Exeter, Septembre 1998. New York and Frankfurt am Main: P. Lang, 2000. Pp. 302; 5 illustrations. [Essays treat Voltaire, Diderot, Marmontel, Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, Mme de Charrière, Mme de Genlis, and Mme de Staèl; some also discuss materials published in periodicals: Anne-Marie Mercier Faivre's "Le géant, Buckingham, et le laquais du ministre (fait diverse et information politique dans la Gazette d'Amsterdam de 1720)"; Ute van Runset's "'Faits divers' et la guerre dans La Gazette de Cologne et le Journal du Bas-Rhin (1756-1779): Information, prise de position, distraction"; and Marie-Emmanuelle Plagnol-Diéval's "Anecdotes et Bons Mots dan le Journal de Collé."]

Cook, Malcolm, and Annie Jourdan (eds.). Journalisme et fiction au 18e siècle. (French Studies of the 18th and 19th Centuries, 1.) Bern and New York: P. Lang, 1999. Pp. 241. [The essays, all in French, tend to be well focused; they include Claude Labrosse's "Journaux et fictions au XVIIIe siècle: Introduction"; Jacques Wagner's "La fiction et les genres sentimentaux dans le Journal Encyclopédie entry 1756 et 1786"; Simon Davies's "Fiction française et presse anglaise: Quelques réflexions"; Anne Charlton's "La classification journalistique de l'utopie narrative, 1760-1795"; Judith K. Proud's "La fiction devant la Révolution: Le témoignage de L'Esprit des journaux"; Erica Francalanza's "La représentation de la réalité littéraire dans la Gazette littéraire de l'Europe (1764-1766)"; Denis Reynaud's "Violence et passion: Les 'variétés' de la Gazette des Deux-Ponts"; Anne Marie Mercier-Faivre's "Dans les marges du vrai: La fiction à l'oeuvre dans la Gazette de Leyde de 1775"; D. J. Culpin's "Journalisme et fiction dans Le Spectateur français de Marivaux"; Suzan van Dijk's "Fictions revues et corrigées: Marie-Jeanne Riccoboni en face de la critique contemporaine"; Catherine Spry's "Rétif devant la presse"; Marie-Emmanuelle Plagnol-Diéval's "La presse contemporaine et l'oeuvre romanesque de Madame de Genlis"; and Annie Jourdan's "Le journaliste Robespierre: Fictions politiques."]

Copeland, David A. Colonial American Newspapers: Character and Content. Newark: U. of Delaware Press, 1997. Pp. [2] + 388; appendices; bibliography; index.

Copeland, David A. (ed.). Debating the Issues in Colonial Newspapers: Primary Documents on Events of the Period. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2000. Pp. xvii + 397; bibliography; charts; illustrations; index. [Nearly 300 documents arranged chronologically on 31 Colonial issues, such as abolition, the Stamp Act, and the Boston Tea Party.]

Copeland, David A. "Virtuous and Vicious: The Dual Portrayal of Women in Colonial Newspapers." American Periodicals, 5 (1995), 59-85.

Copley, Stephen. "Commerce, Conversation, and Politeness in the Early Eighteenth-Century Periodical." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 18 (1995), 63-78.

Coudart, Laurence. "Formes du discours, structure du Journal: L'exemple de La Gazette de Paris." Annales historiques de la Révolution française, 68, no. 303 (1996), 49-66.

Coudart, Laurence. La Gazette de Paris: Un journal royaliste pendant la Révolution française (1789-1792). Preface by Michel Vovelle. Paris: L'Harmattan, 1995. Pp. 448; illus.; index; maps.

Craven, Louise. "Sources for Newspaper History in the National Register of Archives." Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History: 1994 Annual (1996), 139-45.

Crimmins, James E. "From an 'Ultra-Democrat' to an 'Ultra-Aristocrat': Bentham Tracts in the Adams Collection at Quincy, Massachusetts." The Book Collector, 43 (1994), 229-55; annotated bibliography [dating back to 1791 of utilitarian philosopher Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) at the Stone Library of The Old House in Quincy, the library of American Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams.]

Curtain, Nancy J. The United Irishmen: Popular Politics in Ulster and Dublin, 1791-1799. Oxford: Clarendon, 1994. Pp. x + 317. [Much on the press. Reviewed by L.M.Cullen in E-C Ireland, 9 (1994), 143-49.]

Cuaz, Marco. Le nuove di Francia: L'Immagine della rivoluzione francese nella stampa periodica italiana (1789-1795). (Gli Archetipi del futuro, 1.) Turin: Albert Meynier, 1990. Pp. 233; index.

Dagnall, H. "Newspaper Excise Duty Stamps: Their Design and Production." Journal of Newspaper and Periodical History, 6 (1990), 44-46.

Dardenne, R. W. "Newstelling Stories and Themes in The Courant of Hartford from 1765 to 1945." Diss. U. of Iowa, 1990.

Davies, Simon. "The Northern Star and the Propagation of Enlightened Ideas." Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 5 (1990), 143-52.

Davies, Simon. "Northern Star: The United Irish Newspaper." SVEC, 264 (1989), 665-69.

Davis, O. "Newspapers and the Popular Belief in Witchcraft and Magic in the Modern Period." Journal of British Studies, 37 (1998), 139-65.

Dawson, Janis. "The Origins of Nineteenth-Century Juvenile Periodicals: The Young Gentleman's and Lady's Magazine (1799-1800) and Its Predecessors." Victorian Periodicals Review, 29 (1996), 217-41.

De Graef, J. E. Discursos mercuriales Económico-políticos. Edited by F. Sánchez Blanco. Seville: Fundación El Monte, 1996. Pp. 251. [Annotated anthology of discursos, enlightened periodical published c. 1754-1756.]

Del Frate, P. Alvazzi. "Francesco Becattini e il giornalismo filo-rivoluzionario." Pp. 533-43 in La Toscana e la Rivoluzione Francese. Edited by Ivan Tognarini. Naples: ESL, 1994.

Delpiano, Patrizia. "Per una storia della divulgazione scientifica nel Piemonte del Settecento: Il Gornale scientifico, letterario e delle arte (1789-90). Rivista Storica Italiana, 107 (1995), 29-67.

De Montluzin, Emily Lorraine. Attributions of Authorship in the European Magazine, 1782-1826." Charlottesville, VA: Bibliographical Society of the U. of Virginia, 2001. On WWW at <>.

De Montluzin, Emily Lorraine. "Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1731-77: A Supplement to Kuist." Studies in Bibliography, 44 (1991), 271-302 [This and De Montluzin's other attribution GM articles, 1731-1868, in Studies in Bibliography are now available on the WWW at <>]

De Montluzin, Emily Lorraine. "Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1778-92: A Supplement to Kuist." Studies in Bibliography, 45 (1992), 158-87. [A chronological listing followed by a synopsis by contributor. The first part of the checklist, covering 1731-1777, appears in Studies in Bibliography, 44 (1991), 271-302.]

De Montluzin, Emily Lorraine. "Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1793-1808: A Supplement to Kuist." Studies in Bibliography, 46 (1993), 320-49.

De Montluzin, Emily Lorraine. "Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1849-, and Addenda, 1738-1838: A Supplement to Kuist." Studies in Bibliography, 50 (1997), 322-58. [Pp. 355-58 for 18C materials.]

De Montluzin, Emily Lorraine. Attributions of Authorship in the 'Gentleman's Magazine': An Electronic Version of James M. Kuist's "The Nichols File of the 'Gentleman's Magazine.'" Charlottesville, VA: Bibliographical Society of the U. of Virginia, 1999. [Searchable by key-words on the Society's website at:]

De Montluzin, Emily Lorraine. Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1731-1868. Charlottesville, VA: Bibliographical Society of the U. of Virginia, 2001. On the WWW at <>. [This site brings together information published in diverse articles with Studies in Bibliography, such as, 44 (1991), 271-302. On this and De Montluzin's website with attributions for the European Magazine, see T. H. Howard-Hill's review in PBSA, 95 (2001), 385-86.]

De Montluzin, Emily Lorraine. "Beyond Gibbon: John Whitaker's Other Contribution to the English Review." Notes and Queries, n.s. 48 [246] (2001), 430-33.

De Montluzin, Emily Lorraine. Daily Life in Georgian England as Reported in the Gentleman's Magazine. (Studies in British and American Magazines, 14.) Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2002. Pp. 388. [Anthology of excerpts.]

Derry, Stephen. "The Authorship of the Universal Magazine Review of Humphry Clinker. [Herbert Lawrence]" Notes and Queries, n.s. 45 [243] (1998), 76-77.

Deutsche Zeitschriften des 18. und 19.Jahrhunderts. [Guide to Volltext Microfiche.] Hildesheim: G. Olms, [1994-]. 20,000 microfiches; guides; CD-ROM index.

De Vet, J. J. V. M. "Ideas on War and Peace in le Journal universel (1743-1748)." LIAS, 22 (1995), 147-56.

Di Fino, Sharon Marie. The Intellectual Development of German Women in Selected Periodicals from 1725 to 1784. (American University Studies, Series 27; Feminist Studies, 2.) New York: Peter Lang, 1990. Pp. x + 156; bibliography [147-53]; index.

Divendal, Joost. "Mozes Cohen Belinfante, Jew to the Depth of His Soul." Studia Rosenthaliana, 31 (1997), 94-138; illus. [Belinfante was a publisher and journalist.]

Dixon, Diana (comp.). "Annual Review of Work in Newspaper History." See Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History.

Dixon, Diana (comp.). "Annual Review of Work in Newspaper and Periodical History 1996-1998." Media History, 5, no. 2 (1999), 201-221.

Dixon, Diana. "Newspapers in Huntingdonshire in the Eighteenth- and Nineteenth Centuries." Pp. 143-52 in The Mighty Engine: The Printing Press and Its Impact. Edited by Peter Isaac and Barry McKay. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Books; Winchester, U.K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies, 2000.

Dixon, Diana. "Northamptonshire Newspapers (1720-1900)." Pp. 1-10 in Images and Texts: Their Production and Distribution in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. (Print Networks.) Edited by Peter C. G. Isaac and Barry McKay. Winchester, U.K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll, 1997.

Dixon, Peter., and David. Mannion. "Goldsmith's Periodical Essays: A Statistical Analysis of Eleven Doubtful Cases." Linguistic and Literary Computing, 8 (1993), 1-19.

Doedijns, Hendrik. De Haegse Mercurius, 7 augustus 1697 - 1 februari 1698. (Duivelshoekreeks, 5.) Edited and introduced by Rietje van Vliet. Leiden: Astraea, 1996. Pp. 328; illus. [Reprints the first volume of the Dutch satirical magazine.]

Doherty, Francis. A Study in Eighteenth-Century Advertising Methods: The Anodyne Necklace. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1992. Pp. xiv + 464; bibliography [447-56]; illustrations; index.

Domergue, Lucienne. "La prensa periódica y la censura en la segunda mitad del siglo XVIII." Estudios de historia social, 52-53 (1990), 141-50.

Donà, Cristina. "'Giornali di Berna' e giornalisti veneziani a metà Settecento." Quaderni Venete, 22 (Dec. 1995), 71-103.

Donatelli, Joseph, and Geoffrey Winthrop-Young. "Literature and Media Change: A Selective Multidisciplinary Bibliography." Mosaic, 28, no. 4 (1995), 165-86.

Donoghue, Frank. "Colonizing Readers: Review Criticism and the Formation of a Reading Public." Pp. 54-74 in The Consumption of Culture, 1600-1800: Image, Object, Text. Ed. by Ann Bermingham and John Brewer. New York: Routledge, 1995. [Discusses the Critical Review and Monthly Review.]

Donoghue, Frank. The Fame Machine: Book Reviewing and Literary Careers. Stanford, CA: Stanford U. Press, 1996. Pp. viii + 213; bibliography; index; notes.

Dooley, Brendan Maurice. Science, Politics, and Society in Eighteenth-Century Italy: The Giornale de' letterati d'Italia and Its World. New York: Garland, 1991. Pp. iv + 207; illus.; index.

Dooley, Brendan. "L'unificazione del mercato editoriale: I libri contabili del giornalista Apostolo Zeno." Società e Storia, 14 (1991), 579-620.

Downie, J. A., and Thomas N. Corns (eds.). Telling People What to Think: Early Eighteenth-Century Periodicals from The Review to The Rambler. London, and Portland, OR: F. Cass, 1993. Pp. 131. [Separate printing of a collection appearing in Prose Studies, 16, no. 1 (April 1993). Following Downie and Corns' introduction (1-7) are the essays "Stating Facts Right about Defoe's Review" by J. A. Downie (8-22); "The Tatler: From Half-Sheet to Book" by Calhoun Winton (23-33); "The Examiner Re-Examined" by W. A. Speck (34-43); "The Spectator's Generalizing Discourse" by Charles A. Knight (44-57); "The Craftsman" by Simon Varey (58-77); "The Life and Death of Common Sense" by Thomas Lockwood (78-93); "Literature and Commerce in Eighteenth-Century London: The Making of The Champion" by Michael Harris (94-115); and "The Rambler and the Eighteenth-Century Periodical Essay: A Dissenting View" by Pat Rogers (116-129).]

Downs, R. B. and J. B. Downs. Journalists of the United States: Biographical Sketches of Print and Broadcast News Shapers from the 17th Century to the Present. London: McFarland, 1991. Pp. vi + 391.

Droïxhe, Daniel. Le marché de la lecture dans la Gazette de Liège à l'époque de Voltaire: Philosphie et culture commune. Liège: Vaillant-Carmanne, 1995. Pp. 198; appendix of imprints; index. [See Robert L. Dawson's summary in Libraries and Culture, 33 (1998), 203-04.]

Drotner, Kirsten. English Children and their Magazines, 1751-1945. New Haven, CT: Yale U. Press, 1988. Pp. x + 272.

Duranton, Henri, and Pierre Rétat (eds.). Gazettes et information politique sous l'Ancien Régime. (Proceedings of an International Congress at Lyon, June 1997.) Saint-Etienne: Publications de l'Universite de Saint-Etienne, 1999. Pp. 443. [Essays, all in French, include Keith M. Baker's introduction; Stephane Haffemayer's "La géographie de l'information dans la Gazette de Renaudot de 1647 à 1663"; Marina Formica's "L'information politique à Rome au XVIIe et au XVIIIe siècles"; Sergei Korotkov's "Les journaux de langue française source d'information des Nouvelles de Saint-Petersbourg"; Giuseppe Ricuperati's "La circulation des nouvelles politiques à Turin et dans l'état de Savoie"; Raffaella Buoso's "La Gazette de Nice et quatre gazettes pimontaises conserves à Turin"; Joao Luis Lisboa's "Le statut du gazetier dans le Portugal de la première moitie du XVIIIe siècle"; Eric Briggs's "La famille Tronchin et Jean Tronchin du Breuil"; Christiane Berkvens-Stevelinck's "L'information politique dans les journaux de Rousset de Missy"; Madeleine Fabre's "L'indépendance américaine: Des gazettes américaines aux Affiches de l'Angleterre et de l'Amérique"; Mario Infelise's "Le march des informations à Venise au XVIIe siècle"; Brendan Dooley's "Les réseaux d'informations à Rome au XVIIe siècle"; Chloe Barril's "Situation politique des lardons hollandais"; Olivier Ferret's "Pamphlet et information politique"; Hans Bots's "Quelques gazettes de Hollande en langue française et le Mercure historique et politique: Une analyse comparative"; Eric Francalanza's "Médicine et politique dans les journaux d'Arnaud et Suard (1760-66)"; Gilles Feyel's "Le Journal historique et politique de Geneve dans les annes 1770"; Paul Benhamou's "Un collectionneur de Gazettes en Amérique"; Otto S. Lankhorst's "Les premiers Courants hollandais et les autorités politiques"; Jan de Vet's "Une révolution contrarie: Les Provinces unies dans quelques gazettes et mercures français de 1748"; Ute Van Runset's "La politique de Fredric II et les gazettes: Entre le Courrier du Bas-Rhin et la Gazette de Cologne"; Mathias Beermann's "Presse et propagande: Les projets secrets du gouvernement prussien"; François Weil's "L'état civil des protestants en 1778"; Veronique Sarrazin's "Lectures politiques des almanachs au XVIIIe siècle"; Pierre Rétat's "Politique et administration"; Jack Censer's La presse et la Révolution française"; Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink's "Le tremblement de terre de Lisbonne dans les périodiques français et allemands du XVIIIe siècle"; Annie Rivara's "L'information vide: Le discours des gazetiers sur le premier partage de la Pologne"; Yannick Sit's "Politique et poétique: Le cas de la gazette"; Christophe Cave's "La gazette, le prince et son peuple: Écrire le disordre"; Jean Sgard's "L'anecdote mouvante en 1775"; Chontal Thomas's "Présentation et qualification des acteurs de la gazette"; and Anne-Marie Mercier-Faivre's "Les ambassadeurs: Gazette et diplomatie: L'exemple russo-ottoman"; and other essays by Jeremy Popkin, Claude Labrosse, Henri Duranton, Shelly Charles, Denis Reynaud, and Ren Nohr.]

Duranton, Henri, Claude Labrosse, and Pierre Rétat (eds.). Les gazettes européennes de langue française (XVIIe-XVIIIe siècles): Table ronde internationale, Saint-Etienne, 21-23 mai 1992. Saint-Étienne: Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne, 1992. Pp. 349; bibliography; checklist of gazettes [331-46]; illustrations; maps. [Roughly two-dozen ten-page papers from a round table at Saint-Étienne on May 21-23, 1992, ranging broadly throughout the titled field, such as "L'apparition des gazettes en Belgique: Le Postillon ordinaire, la Récite, et le Cour[r]ier véritable des Pays-Bas" by Jacques Hellemans (13-21); "Les manipulations éditoriales des premières années de La Gazette" by Jean-Pierre Vittu (23-29); "La Gazette d'Amsterdam entre 1688-1699: Titres, éditeurs, privilèges et interdictions" by Hans Bots (31-39); "Batailles autour d'un privilèges: La réimpression genevoise des gazettes de Hollande" by Jean-Daniel Candaux (41-50); "La Gazette de la Haye (1744-1790): Cadette des premières gazettes néerlandaises" by O. S. Lankhorst (51-64); "Les avatars du Courrier d'Avignon dans les premières années de la Révolution" by René Moulinas (65-74); "La diffusion des gazettes éstrangères en France et la révolution postale des années 1750" by Gilles Feyel (81-98); "Un épisode de la 'guerre' entre la Gazette de France et les gazettes hollandaises: L'échec du projet de transformation de la Gazette de France en 1762" by Françoise Weil (99-105); "Le Courrier du Bas-Rhin de Jean Manzon et les Provinces-Unies (1787-1795): Un traitement idéologique de l'information" by J. J. V. M. de Vet (107-20); "Essai d'inventaire des instruments de lecture publique des gazettes" by Paul Benhamou (121-29); "Le texte de la gazette" by Claude Labrosse and Pierre Rétat (135-44); "La bête du Gévaudan dans les gazettes: Du fait divers à la légende" by Yannick Séité (145-53); "Conditions politiques et matérielles de l'imprimerie et des gazettes à Deux-Ponts" by Jochen Schlobach (269-80); "Le jansénisme dans les gazettes fançaises de Hollande (1713-1730)" by Jean Sgard (281-90); "Maupéou et la presse politique" by Jack R. Censer (291-98); and "L'histoire de la presse ancienne: Bilan et perspectives" by Jeremy D. Popkin (299-311).]

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Dziembowski, Edmond. "Les débuts d'un publiciste au service de la monarchie: L'activité littéraire de Jacob-Nicolas Moreau pendant la guerre." Revue d'histoire diplomatique, 109 (1995), 305-22.

Eagle, Selwyn. Newsplan: Report of the Newsplan Project in the London and South Eastern Library Region (LASER), January 1992-December 1995. London: British Library, 1996. Pp. xix + 436.

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Eisenstein, Elizabeth L. Grub Street Abroad: Aspects of the French Cosmopolitan Press from the Age of Louis XIV to the French Revolution. (Lyell Lectures, 1989-90.) New York: Oxford U. Press; Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992. Pp. viii + 172 + 14 of plates; index.

Elias, A. C., Jr. "A First-Line Index of Poems in Irish Periodicals to ca. 1760." The East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 8, no. 1 (January 1994), 19-20.

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Elyada, Ouzi. Presse populaire et feuilles volantes de la Révolution à Paris, 1789-1792. Inventaire méthodique et critique. Preface by Michel Vovelle. Paris: Société des Études Robespierristes, 1991. Pp. xii + 288; bibliography [270-74]; illustrations; index.

Estermann, Alfred (ed.). Zeitungsstadt Frankfurt am Main: Zur Geschichte der frankfurter Presse in fünf Jahrhunderten. Frankfurt am Main: Frankfurter Sparkasse, 1994. Pp. 315; exhibition catalogue [May-June 1994 at the Historisches Museum in Frankfurt am Main]; illustrations; index.

Ettle, Josef. Eiochstätter Journale, 1791-1991: Vom gnädigst privilegirten Eichstätter Intelligenzblatt zum Eichstätter Kurier. Ingolstadt: Donau-Kurier, 1995. Pp. 79 + 204; illus.

Eveillard, James D., and Ronan Dantec. Les Bretons dans la presse populaire illustré. Rennes: Ouest-France, 2001.

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Farge, Arlette. Subversive Words: Public Opinion in Eighteenth-Century France. Translated by Rosemary Morris. University Park, PA: Penn State U. Press, 1995. Pp. ix + 219; bibliography; index.

Farrell, James M. and Joseph M. Noone. "Rhetoric, Eloquence, and Orality in Eighteenth-Century American Periodicals: An Annotated Bibliography." Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 23, no. 2 (1993), 41-49.

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Franz, Gunther, and Hermann Lücking (comps. and eds.). 250 Jahre Trierer Zeitungen. (Ausstellungskataloge Trierer Bibliotheken, 26.) Trier: Stadtbibliothek; Wiesbaden: Reichert, 1995. Pp. 143; illus.

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Furbank, P. N. and W. R. Owens. Defoe De-Attributions: A Critique of J. R. Moore's Checklist. London and Rio Grande, OH: Hambledon, 1994. Pp. xxxiv + 161; index. [One of a number of studies by Furbank and Owens denying the attribution of works to Defoe by John Robert Moore and others, the title referring to Moore's A Checklist of the Writings of Daniel Defoe, 2nd ed. (Hamden, CT: Archon Books, 1971; first published Bloomington, IN: Indiana U. Press, 1960).]

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Gardiner, Ellen. Regulating Readers: Gender and Literary Criticism in the Eighteenth-Century Novel. Newark, DE: U. of Delaware Press, 1999. Pp. 198. [Considers the origins of critical perspectives in Addison and Steele's The Spectator and Eliza Haywood's The Female Spectator.]

Gargett, Graham. "Has Anyone Read the 'Journal chrétien'?" French Studies Bulletin, 39 (1991), 10-14.

Gargett, Graham. "Hayer, Voltaire and the Founding of the Journal Chrétien." French Studies Bulletin, 53 (1994), 5-8.

Gargett, Graham. "Religion, Journalism, and the Struggle against philosophie: Trublet at the Journal chrétien (1758-1760." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 336 (1996), 195-331.

Gargett, Graham. "[Nicolas Charles Joseph] Trublet, the Journal chrétien, and Protestantism: An Ecumenism of Convenience?" Modern Language Review, 92 (1997), 36-47.

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Gelbart, Nina Rattner. Feminine and Opposition Journalism in Old Regime France: Le Journal des Dames. Berkeley, CA, and London: U. of California Press, 1987. Pp. xviii + 353; bibliography; 6 of facsimiles.

[Gentleman's Magazine] The Gentleman's Magazine in the Age of Samuel Johnson, 1731-1745. Introduced by Thomas Keymer. 16 vols. Indexed. London: Pickering & Chatto (distributed in North America by Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, 1998. Indexed. [Besides providing facsimiles of the monthly journal for 1731-1745 (the Cambridge University Library unless that copy was defective), this collection contains all nine issues its publisher Edward Cave's related serial Miscellaneous Correspondence: Containing Essays, Dissertations, &c., on Various Subjects, Sent to the Author of the Gentleman's Magazine. With a consolidated original index to Vols. 1-15. See Mullan, John, for a review]

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Gerrard, Christine. The Patriot Opposition to Walpole: Politics, Poetry, and National Myth, 1725-1742. Oxford: Clarendon; New York: Oxford U. Press, 1994.

Gieseler, Jens, and Erika Kühnle-Xemaire. "Der Nördliche Mercurius--eine besondere Zeitung des 17.Jahrhunderts: Eine sprachwissenschaftliche Untersuchung einer Hamburger Zeitung." Publizistik, 40 (1995), 163-85.

Gittig, Heinz (comp. and ed.). Brandenburgische Zeitungen und Wochenblätter: Katalog der Bestände vom 18.Jahrhundert bis zur Gegenwart in Archiven, Bibliotheken und Museen des Landes Brandenburg und in der Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin Preußischer Kulturbesitz. Berlin: Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin; Preußischer Kulturbesitz, 1993. Pp. xviii + 177.

Glen, H. F. "Southern African Plants Figured in Curtis's Botanical Magazine, 1787-1983." Archives of Natural History, 23 (1996), 261-66.

Gödden, Walter, and Iris Nölle-Hornkamp. "Literarische Taschenbücher und Zeitschriften in Westfalen (1750-1850): Eine Bibliographie." Pp. 177-219 in Literatur in Westfalen: Beiträge zur Forschung. Edited by Walter Gödden and Winifried Woesler. Paderborn: Schöningh, 1992.

Goldgar, Anne. "The Absolutism of Taste: Journalists as Censors in 18th-Century Paris." Pp. 87-110 in Censorship and the Control of Print in England and France (1600-1910). Edited by Robin Myers and Michael Harris. Winchester, U.K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies, 1992.

Goldgar, Bertrand A. "Fact, Fiction, and Letters to the Editor in Fielding's Essay-Journals." Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History: 1993 Annual (1994), 19-26.

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Gordon, Scott Paul. "Voyeuristic Dreams: Mr. Spectator and the Power of Spectacle." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 36 (1995), 3-23.

Gould, Philip. "Race, Commerce, and the Literature of Yellow Fever in Early National Philadelphia." Early American Literature, 35 (2000), 157-86.

Goutte, Pierre-Henri. "Les Ephemerides du Citoyen: Instrument périodique au service de l'ordre naturel (1765-1772). Dix-huitième siecle, 26 (1994), 138-61.

Grasso, Christopher. "Print, Poetry and Politics: John Trumbull and the Transformation of Public Discourse in Revolutionary America." Early American Literature, 30 (1995), 5-31. [On Trumbull's contributions to Connecticut Journal and other periodicals of the 1770s.]

Greenberg, G. S. (comp.). Tabloid Journalism: An Annotated Bibliography of English Language Sources. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1996. Pp. 187.

Greene, John. "Belfast Newsletter Index Database, 1737-1800." The East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 14, nos. 1-2 (Feb. 2000), 16-17. [Editor's invitation to free public access at this compilation indexing 300,000 items of news and advertisements; located at]

Greene, John, and Elizabeth McCrum. "'Small Clothes': The Evolution of Men's Nether Garments as Evidenced in The Belfast Newsletter Index 1737-1800." Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 5 (1990), 153-72.

Greisler, Beate. "Lektionen aus dem 'Lehrbuch der französischen Journalistik': Die französischsprachige Presse in Frankfurt am Main (1715-1879)." Dokumente, 51 (1995), 51-55.

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Groenenboom-Draai, Elly. De Rotterdamse Woelreus: De Rotterdamsche Hermes (1720-1721) van Jacob Campo Weyerman: Cultuurhistorische verkenningen in een achttiende-eeuwse periodiek. (Atlantis, 8.) Amsterdam and Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1994. Pp. 628 + 15 of plates; illustrations; index; summary [in English]. [On the contents of the literary and satirical journal produced by Weyerman, the Rotterdam "Hermes," discussing its foreign sources and competition with other journals.]

"Guide to United States and Canadian Material at the Newspaper Library." British Library Newspaper Library Newsletter, 21 (1996), 8.

Guilhaumou, Jacques. "Dater 'Le Père Duchesne' d'Hébert, juillet 1793-mars 1794." Annales historiques de la Révolution française, 68, no. 303 (1996) 68-75.

Gunn, J. A. W. Queen of the World: Opinion in the Public Life of France from the Renaissance to the Revolution. (SVEC, 328.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1995. Pp. vii + 416; index.

Guskin, Phyllis J. "'Not Originall Intended for the Press': Martha Fowke Sansom's Poems in the Barbados Gazette." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 34 (2000), 61-91.

Hagy, N. W., and Van Ruynbeke, B. "The French Refugee Newspapers of Charleston." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 91 (1996), 29-46.

Hamilton, Christopher T. "The World of Edward Moore and the World of the English Parson." Pp. 3-16 in Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History: 1995 Annual. Edited by Michael Harris and Tom O'Malley. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1997.

Hammermayer, Ludwig. "Zur Publizistik von Aufklärung, Reform und Sozietätsbewegung in Bayern: Die Burghausener Sittlich-Ökonomische Gesellsschaft und der Baierisch-Ökonomische Hausvater (1779-1786)." Zeitschrift für bayerische Landesgeschichte, 58 (1995), 341-401.

Hanazaki, Tomoko. "Libel Actions in Late Eighteenth-Century England." SVEC, 348 (1996), 1305-08.

Hangodi, Agnes. "A Vedomosti és a Mercurius Veridicus." Magyar könyvszemle, 112 (1996), 97-106.

Hanou, André. "Juli 1762: Publikatie van Schouwburg nieuws, het eerste Nederlandstalige toneeltijdschrift: Begin van de toneelkritiek." Pp. 326-31 (illus.) in Een theatergeschiedenis der Nederlanden: Tien eeuwen drama en theater in Nederland en Vlaanderen. Edited by R. L. Erenstein. Amsterdam: Amsterdam U. Press, 1996. [The Schouwburg nieuws was devoted to dramatic criticism.]

Harris, Bob. "England's Provincial Newspapers and the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745-1746." History, 80 (1995), 5-21.

Harris, Bob. "'A Great Palladium of Our Liberties': The British Press and the 'Forty-Five.'" Historical Research, 68 (1995), 67-87.

Harris, Bob. "The London Evening Post and Mid-Eighteenth-Century British Politics." English Historical Review, 110 (1995), 1132-56.

Harris, Bob. Politics and the Rise of the Press: Britain and France, 1620-1800. London: Routledge, 1996. Pp. 133.

Harris, Michael. "Locating the Serial: Some Ideas about the Position of the Serial in Relation to the Eighteenth-Century Print Culture." Pp. 3-16 in Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History: 1995 Annual. Edited by Michael Harris and Tom O'Malley. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1997.

Harris, Michael. London Newspapers in the Age of Walpole: A Study of the Origins of the Modern English Press. London: Associated U. Presses; Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson U. Press, 1987. Pp. 255; bibliography; facsimiles.

Harris, Michael. "Sport in the Newspapers before 1750: Representations of Cricket, Class, and Commerce in the London Press." Media History, 4, no. 1 (1998), 19-28; plate [perhaps the inaugural volume was mispresented as the 4ths, not 4th--we've seen no copy of Vols. 1-3].

Harris, Robert. A Patriot Press: National Politics and the London Press in the 1740s. New York: Oxford U. Press; Oxford: Clarendon, 1993. Pp. x + 297; bibliographical references [265-88]; illustrations; index; map.

Haywood, Eliza. The Female Spectator: Being Selections from Mrs. Eliza Haywood's Periodical, First Published in Monthly Parts (1744-6). Edited by Gabrielle M. Firmager. London: Bristol Classical Press, 1993. Pp. x + 181 + 4 plates.

Haywood, Eliza. Selections from The Female Spectator. (Women Writers in English 1350-1850.) Edited by Patricia Meyer Spacks. New York: Oxford U. Press, 1999. Pp. 336.

Hébert, Pierre, and Jacques Cotnam. "La Gazette littéraire (1778-1779): Notre première oeuvre de fiction?" Voix et Images: Littérature Québécoise, 20 (1995), 294-313.

Hench, John B (ed.). Three Hundred Years of the American Newspaper. Worcester, MA: American Antiquarian Society, 1991. Pp. 108; illustrations.

Hesse, Carla, and Laura Mason, with Stephen Ferguson (comps.). Pamphlets, Periodicals, and Songs of the French Revolutionary Era in the Princeton University Library: A Descriptive Catalogue Together with Indexes. (Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, v. 940.) New York and London: Garland, 1989. Pp. 563; indexes.

Hines, Philip, Jr. "More Theatre Items from the Newdigate Newsletters." Theatre Notebook, 49 (1995), 91-98. [Transcripts of newspaper notices of fairs, Lord Mayors' shows, and entertainments, many beyond London, supplementing those in TN, 39 (1985), 76-83, also from the Newdigate Newsletters, 1673/74 to 1715.]

Howe, Patricia. "Le Journal général de l'Europe: The Pre-Revolutionary Press and Enlightenment Ideas." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 303 (1992), 289-90.

Humphrey, Carol Sue. This Popular Engine: New England Newspapers During the American Revolution, 1775-1789. Newark, DE: U. of Delaware Press (distributed through Cranbury, NJ: Associated U. Presses), 1992. Pp. 204; bibliography [157-99]; illustrations; index.

Humphrey, Carol Sue. The Press of the Young Republic, 1783-1833. (History of American Journalism, 2.) Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1996. Pp. xiv + 182; bibliography [167-75]; index.

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Ives, Maura. "Listing Periodical Contributions in Descriptive Bibliographies: Questions of Scope, Arrangement, and Contents." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 90 (1996), 321-42.

Knif, Henrik. Gentlemen and Spectators: Studies in Journals, Opera, and the Social Scene in Late Stuart London. Helsinki: Finnish Historical Society, 1995. Pp. 302.

Jeanneney, Jean-Noël. Une histoire des médias: Des origines à nos jours. Paris: Le Seuil, 1996. Pp. 380.

Johannes, Gert-Jan. De Barometer van de smaak. Tijdschriften in Nederland 1770-1830. The Hague: SdU Uitgevers, 1995. Pp. 215.

Johannes, Gert-Jan. "Infrastructuur en Verlichtingscultuur: Het Nederlandse tijdschrift: 'spiegel der Verlichting'?" Bijdragen en Mededelingen betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden, 111 (1996), 149-66; illus.

Johannes, Gert-Jan. "A Small-Scale Culture: Dutch Eighteenth-Century Periodicals and the Paradox of Decline." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 31 (1997), 122-29; 4 figures.

Johnson, Sammye. "Gentleman and Lady's Town and Country Magazine [1784]." Pp. 96-107 in Women's Periodicals in the United States: Consumer Magazines. Edited by Kathleen L. Endres and Therese L. Lueck. (Historical Guides to the World's Periodicals and Newspapers.) Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1995. Pp. xviii + 509; chronology [491-93].

Jolly, David C. (comp.). Maps in British Periodicals. Part 1: Major Monthlies before 1800. Brookline, MA: David C. Jolly, 1990. Pp. 256; indices.

Jones, Aled Gruffydd. Press, Politics, and Society: A History of Journalism in Wales. Cardiff: U. of Wales Press, 1993. Pp. xii + 317; bibliography [296-310]; glossory [of Welsh-language titles, 294-95]; index.

Jones, Beti. Newsplan: Report of the Newsplan Project in Wales. Aberystwyth: Wales Regional Library System, 1994. Pp. xi + 303. [As cited by RLIN, but other data bases record a first issue as Report of the Newsplan Project in Wales: Addroddiad ar gynllun Newsplan yng Nghymru (Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales; London: British Library, 1993), pp. xi + 303.]

Jones, Clyve. "Sources in Newspaper and Periodical History: Opposition in the House of Lords, Public Opinion, Newspapers, and Periodicals, 1720-1723: Lord Cowper's Campaign of Protests." Journal of Newspaper and Periodical History, 8, no. 1 (1992), 51-55.

Jornal de modinhas: ano 1. Introduction by Maria Joao Duraes Albuquerque. Lisbon: Instituto da Biblioteca Nacional e do Livro, 1996. Pp. xx + 11 + 59; facsimile reprint; texts in English and Portuguese.

Kaltwasser, Franz Georg. "Alte Drucke, Zeitungen und Zeitschriften in polnischen Bibliotheken als gemeinsames europäisches Erbe im Schnittfeld polnischer und deutscher Kultur." Zeitschrift für Bibliothekswesen und Bibliographie, 40 (1993), 418-31. [Reviews the holdings of seven Polish libraries.]

Kanellos, Nicolás, and Helvetia Martell. Hispanic Periodicals in the United States, Origins to 1960: A Brief History and Comprehensive Bibliography. Houston, TX: Arte Público Press, 2000. Pp. 359; illus.; index.

Kennedy, Máire. "The Distribution of a Locally-Produced French Periodical in Provincial Ireland: The Magazin à La Mode, 1777-1778." Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 9 (1994), 83-99.

Kennedy, Máire. "Eighteenth-Century Newspaper Publishing in Munster and South Leinster." Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 103 (1998), 67-88.

Keymer, Thomas. "Dying by Numbers: Tristram Shandy and Serial Fiction (2)." The Shandean, 9 (1997), 34-69. [Part 1 appears in Shandean, 8 (1996).]

Kielbowicz, Richard B. (comp.). "Dissertations [in journalism history and mass communication history]." Journalism History, 18 (1992), 58-60; 20 (1994), 47-49 and 151-53. [See preceding and subsequent volumes for other checklists.]

Kielbowicz, R[ichard]. B. News in the Mail: The Press, Post Office, and Public Information in the 1700s-1800s. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1989. Pp. 209.

Killen, John (comp.). An Index to the Microscope (1799-1800) and to the Belfast Literary Journal (1816), with Microfiches of Both Magazines. Belfast: Linnenhall Library, 1994. Pp. 117 + 10 microfiches.

Kiron, Arthur (comp.). Annotated Catalogue and Register of Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century American Newspapers: The Abraham and Deborah Karp Collection of Judaica Americana at the Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. New York: Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1996. Pp. 143.

Kirstein, Britt-Angela. Marianne Ehrmann: Publizistin und Herausgeberin im ausgehenden 18. Jahrhundert. Wiesbaden: Deutscher Universitäts-Verlag, 1997. Pp. 297. [This study of Ehrmann (1755-1795) and German-language women's journalism is a revision of Kirstein's 1994 doctoral dissertation at U. of Oldenburg.]

Kleinert, Annemarie. "L'histoire du Journal de Berlin (1740-1741), magazine politique et culturel." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 284 (1991), 225-33.

Klingenberg, Anneliese. "Editionsprobleme des Moritzschen Gesamtwerks: Grammatiken, Übersetzungen, Journalistisches, Amtliches." Pp. 31-46 in Karl Philipp Moritz und das 18. Jahrhundert: Bestandsaufnahmen--Korrekturen--Neuansätze. Edited by Martin Fontius and Anneliese Klingenberg. Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1995.

Knight, Charles A. "The Spectator's Moral Economy." Modern Philology, 91, no. 2 (1993), 161-79.

_____. Joseph Addison and Richard Steele: A Reference Guide, 1730-1991. (Reference Guide to Literature.) New York: G. K. Hall, 1994. Pp. xxii + 561; bibliography; indices.

Knight, Kenneth, and H. Peitsch. "The Spectator and Der Patriot." Pp. 15-26 in Anglo-German Studies (Proceedings of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, 22.) Edited by R. F. M. Byrn and K. G. Knight. Leeds, U.K.: Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, 1992. Pp. 180; index.

Kohnen, Joseph. "Zur programmierten 'Verhudelung' der 'Konigsbergischen Gelehrten und Politischen Zeitungen." Germanistick: Publications du Centre U. de Luxembourg, fascicle 9 (1996), 1-19.

Koopmann, Helmut, and Rudolf Frankenberger (eds.). Der bessere Bürger: Schaubühne und Drama 1750-1800 im Spiegel der Oettingen-Wallensteinschen Bibliothek: Katalog zur Austellung des Lehrstuhls für Neuere Deutsche Literaturwissenschaft und der Universitätsbibliothek Augsburg, 9 Juli - 29 August 1992. Kurt Bosch zum 85 Geburtstag gewidmet. Augsburg: Universitätsbibliothek, 1992. Pp. 125; exhibition catalogue [of German theatrical materials]; illus.

ZKosáry, Domokos. Múvelódés a XVIII: Századi Magyarországon. 3rd ed. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1996. Pp. 873.

Koumarianou, Aikaterina. "Die griechische vor-revolutionäre Presse, Wien, Paris (1784-1821). Athens: Stiftung für griechische Kultur, 1995. Pp. 224; illustrations.

Krebs, Roland and Jean Moes, with the assistance of Pierre Grappin (eds.). La Révolution américaine vue par les périodiques de langue allemande (1773-1783). (Papers of a colloquium held at Metz, October 1991.) Metz: U. of Metz; Paris: Didier-Erudition, 1992. Pp. x + 181; bibliography [165-72]; essays [in French and German]; illustrations; indices.

Kreutz, Wilhelm. "Der Rheinische Zuschauer (1778): Ein Rheinisch-Pfälzisches Aufklärungsjournal." Pp. 373-94 in Literature und Kultur im deutschen Südwesten zwischen Renaissance und Aufklärung. Neue Studien. Walter E. Schäfer zum 65.Geburtstag gewidmet, 1995.

Kronick, David A. "Economic Aspects of Scientific Journalism in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries." Publishing Research Quarterly, 11, no. 2 (1995/1996), 62-79.

Kronick, David A. "Peer Review in 18th-Century Scientific Journals." Journal of the American Medical Association, 263, no. 10 (March 9, 1990), 1321-22.

Kronick, David A. Scientific and Technical Periodicals of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: A Guide. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1991. Pp. xix + 332; bibliography; indices.

Kuhles, Doris. Deutsche literarische Zeitschriften von der Aufklärung bis zur Romantik: Bibliographie der kritischen Literatur von den Anfängen bis 1900. 2 vols. Munich: K. G. Saur, 1994. Pp. li + xii + 554; illus.; indices.

Kuhles, Doris. "Ein Projekt analytischer Inhaltserschließung: Friedrich Justin Bertuchs Journal des Luxus und der Moden." Informationsmittel für Bibliotheken, 3 (1995), 941-45.

Kuist, James M. "A Collaboration in Learning: The Gentleman's Magazine and Its Ingenious Contributors." Studies in Bibliography, 44 (1991), 302-17.

Labrosse, Claude. "L'Information au XVIIIe siècle: Les nouvelles littéraires dans les Mémoires de Trévoux (1730-1735)." (Hommage à Jean Sgard, 1.) Recherches et travaux [U. Stendhal, Grenoble], Bulletin no. 48 (1995), 41-51.

Labrosse, Claude, and Pierre Rétat. Naissance du journal révolutionnaire, 1789. (Librairie du bicentenaire de la Revolution Française.) Lyon: Presses U. de Lyon, 1989. Pp. 320; bibliography; index ["des journaux cites," 303-308]; illustrations.

Lankhorst, Otto S. "Jean-Baptiste le Villain de La Varenne, journaliste du Glaneur et sa requête de 1732 pour rentrer en France." Lias, 20 (1993), 251-68. [Texts of Jean-Baptiste le Villain de La Varenne's correspondence with Gabriel-Jacques de Salignac.]

Larkin, Edward. "Inventing an American Public: Thomas Paine, the Pennsylvania Magazine, and American Revolutionary Discourse." Early American Literature, 33 (1998), 250-56.

Larson, Rachel Carol. "Distinction and Deference at Death: A Study of the Obituary in the Eighteenth-Century English-American Colonies and the Early United States." Diss. Emory University, 1996. DAI, 57, no. 4 (1996), 1809A.

Laserre, Paule. "Un Journal du 18e siècle: Les Affiches de Lyon." Rive gauche, 119 (1991), 12-16.

Lauder, J. "Preserving Scotland's Newspapers." British Library Newspaper Library Newsletter, 20 (1996), 2-4.

Legros, Geneviève. "Essai sur les faire-part: Continuité et variations de 1667 à 1993." Revue de la Bibliothèque nationale, 49 (1993), 30-34; illus.

Lemay, J. A. Leo. "Periodical Verse of the American Revolution." yReview, 13 (1991), 149-62. [Rev. essay (very favorable) on Martin Kallick's British Poetry and the American Revolution: A Bibliographical Survey of Books and Pamphlets, Journals and Magazine, Newspapers, and Prints, 1755-1800 (1988).]

Lenci, Marco. "Le Raccolte delle Gazette a stampa Genovesi in Italia e all'estero: Inventario, 1639-1684." Accademie e biblioteche d'Italia, 64, no. 2 (1996), 43-58.

Leniaud, Jean-Michel, and Beatrice Bouvier (eds.). Les Periodiques d'architecture XVIIIe-XXe Siècle: Recherche d'une Methode Critique d'analyse. Paris: Ecole des Chartes, 2001. Pp. 326; illus.

Lentz, Thierry. "La press républicaine modérée sous la Convention thermidorienne et le Directoire: Pierre-Louis Roederer, animateur et propriétaire du Journal de Paris et du Journal d'economie publique." Revue historique, 118, no. 592 (1994), 297-313.

Leth, Goran. "A Protestant Public Sphere: The Early European Newspaper Press." Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History (1993), 67-70.

Levie, Sophie (ed.). Reviews, Zeitschriften, Revues: Die Fackel die Weltbuhne, Musikblatter des Anbrach, Le disque Vert, Mecano, Versty. (Avant Garde Critical Studies, 9.) Amsterdam and Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1994. Pp. 197; illus.; texts in English, French, and German.

Lindsay, Alexander. "Some Drafts by Richard Steele for The Tatler, The Spectator, and The Gaurdian." British Library Journal, 20 (1994), 163-73. [On seven manuscript fragments among the Blenheim Papers deposited in the British Library in 1978, relating them to published papers and reflecting on Steele and Addison's collaborations.]

Locke, I. "Old Newspapers: The How and Why of Collecting." Biblio, 1 (1996), 24-29.

Loft, Leonore. "Le Journal du licée de Londres: The Pre-Revolutionary Press Focuses on Reform." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth-Century, 303 (1992), 291-92.

Loft, L[enore]. "Le Journal du Licée de Londres: A Study in the Pre-Revolutionary French Press." European History Quarterly, 23 (1993), 7-37.

Longhi, A. "Giornali e giornalisti a Pavia nel triennio giacobino." Bollettino della Società Pavese di Storia Patria, 46 (1994), 229-62.

Lora, Ronald, and William Henry Longton (eds.). The Conservative Press in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century America. (Historical Guides to the World's Periodicals and Newspapers.) Westport CT: Greenwood, 1999. Pp. 416; index. [With many contributors; relevant here are Longton's essays on "Porcupine's Political Censor, 1796-1797" and "Port Folio, 1801-1827," and chapters by Roger H. Brown on the "American Magazine 1787-1788," by George B. Kirsch on "Massachusetts Magazine, 1789-1796," by Donald R. Hickey on "Farmer's Weekly Museum, 1793-1810, and by Stephen Krumpe on "Columbian Phoenix and Boston Review, 1800."]

Lorenz, Martina. "Physik im Hamburgischen Magazin (1747-1767): Publizistische Utopie und Wirklichkeit." Zeitschrift des Vereins für Hamburgische Geschichte, 80 (1994), 13-46; illus.

Lüsebrink, Hans-Jürgen, and Jean-Yves Mollier, with assistance of Susanne Greilich (eds.). Presse et événement: Journaux, gazettes, almanachs (XVIIIe-XIXe siècles): Actes du Colloque international "La perception de l'événement dans la press de langue allemande et francaise" (Université de la Sarre, 12-14 mars 1998). (Convergences, 16.) Bern: P. Lang, 2000. Pp. xvii + 323; illustrations.

Luseroni, G. "Gli echi del 1789 francese nei giornali politici del Granducato di Toscana." Pp. 515-33 in La Toscana e la Rivoluzione Francese. Edited by Ivan Tognarini. Naples: ESL, 1994.

Mace, Nancy A. "Litigating the Musical Magazine: The Definition of British Music Copyright in the 1780s." Book History, 2 (1999), 122-45.

Mackenzie, Alice. NEWSPLAN: Report of the NEWSPLAN Project in Scotland, September 1994. London: British Library, 1994. Pp. ii + 483; index. [NEWSPLAN is a preservation project that inevitably locates locations with early newspapers.]

Mackie, Erin (ed.). The Commerce of Everyday Life: Selections from The Tatler and The Spectator. (Bedford Cultural Editions._ Boston: Bedford; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. Pp. xxi + 617.

Mackie, Erin. Market à la Mode: Fashion, Commodity, and Gender in The Tatler and The Spectator. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins U. Press, 1997. Pp. xx + 303.

Manerba, Elisa (comp.). Catalogo dei periodici posseduti dall'Accademia Nazionale Virgiliana. Florence: Olschki, 1996. Pp. xvi + 224.

Manevy, Alain. Les Journalistes de la liberté et la naissance de l'opinion (1789-1793): Récit-essai sur les risques d'écrire. Paris: B. Grasset, 1989. Pp. 255 + [v].

Mannacio, A. T. "Il Giornale di Firenze (1769-1771) nella diffusione delle esperienze europee di prevenzione delle malattie e di terapia medico-chirurgica." Rivista di Storia della Medicina, 4, no. 1 (1995), 37-92.

Manson, Michel. "Étre enseignant en France de 1750 à 1800, J. C. Leroux et le Journal d'éducation." Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, 38 (1991), 462-72.

Marco, Luc. "Les économistes français et leurs revues, des physiocrates auc économistes (1759-1981)." La Revue des revues, 20 (1995), 77-89; illus.

Márkus, Rozália. "Német nyelvu hírlapjaink és a francia forradalom." [Hungarian French-language periodicals and the French Revolution.] Magyar Könyvszemle, 110 (1994), 376-88.

Marshall, A. "Catering for Provincial Tastes? Newspapers, Readership, and Profit in Late Eighteenth-Century England." Historical Research, 69 (1996), 42-61.

Marshall, Alan. Intelligence and Espionage in the Reign of Charles II, 1660 to 1685. Cambridge, CUP, 1994. Pp. xvi + 334.

Marti, Hanspeter. "Die Schweizer Zeitschrift in der ersten Hälfte des 18. Jahrhunderts: Gelehrte Raritätenkammer oder Plattform der Aufklärung." Pp. 128-37 in Programm und Exempel. Engi, Switzerland: Arbeitsstelle für kulturwissenschaftliche Forschungen, 1996.

Martin, Angus. "Fiction and the Female Reading Public in Eighteenth-Century France: The Journal des dames (1759-1778)." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 3 (1991), 241-58.

Marx, William (ed.). The Founders' Library University of Wales, Lampeter: Bibliographical and Contextual Studies: Essays in Memory of Robin Rider. (Trivium, Vols. 29-30). Lampeter: Founders' Library, St. David's College, U. of Wales, 1997. Pp. [xvi] + 275; 23 illustrations. [Festscrift for the late Librarian of the Founders' Library, with bibliographical and contextual studies related to the Founders' Library collection, as William Condry's on annotated lists of botanical books and Gordon Williams and Peter Miles on eighteenth-century English periodicals, Thomas Henvey on pamphlets by Locke, and James David Smith on pamphlets related to Nonjurors (most of the collection's 539 tracts on Nonjuring were collected and annotated by Thomas Bowdler, II.]

Maslen, Keith. "Samuel Richardson as Printer: Expanding the Canon." Pp. 1-16 in Order and Connexion: Studies in Bibliography and Book History. Edited by R. C. Alston. Cambridge: Brewer, 1997.

Maslen, Keith. Samuel Richardson of London Printer: A Study of His Printing Based on Ornament Use and Business Accounts. Dunedin, NZ: English Dept., U. of Otago. Pp. 370; bibliographies.

Mason, Alexandra. "Eighteenth-Century Holdings in the Kenneth Spencer Research Library at the University of Kansas." The East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 16, no. 1 (Jan. 2002), 15-24; bibliography. [Provides an overview and references for more detailed information on the Spencer's Bond Collection of periodicals.]

Maurer, Shawn Lisa. Proposing Men: Dialectics of Gender and Class in the Eighteenth Century English Periodical. Stanford, CA: Stanford U. Press, 1998. Pp. viii + 306.

Maurer, Shawn Lisa. "Reforming Men: Chaste Heterosexuality in the Early English Periodical." Restoration, 16 (1992), 38-55. [Focused on John Dunton's Athenian Mercury and its offshoot, Night-Walker.]

McAllister, Kate (ed.). Irish Periodicals First Published before 1901: A Union List of Northern Irish Library Holdings. Ormagh (distributed by the Irish and Local Studies Department of libraries in Northern Ireland), 1995. Pp. 95.

McCoy, Ralph E. Freedom of the Press: An Annotated Bibliography. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois U. Press, 1993. Pp. 441.

McCusker, John J., and Cora Graveste. The Beginnings of Commercial and Financial Journalism: The Commodity Price Currents, Exchange Rate Currents, and Money Currents of Early Modern Europe. Amsterdam: NEHA 1991. Pp. 515; bibliography [primary, 451-59; secondary, 460-501]; illustrations; index.

McGuinness, Rosamond. "The British Apollo [1708-1711] as a Source of Musical Information." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 14 (1991), 61-73.

McIntyre, Sheila. "'I Heare It so Variously Reported': News-Letters, Newspapers, and the Ministerial Network in New England, 1670-1730." New England Quarterly, 71 (1998), 593-614.

McKinley, Daniel. "Berlin and Vienna Editions of the Magazin von merkwürdigen neuen Reisebeschreibungen: An Analysis of Early Volumes [1790s]." Archives of Natural History, 21 (1994), 401-13.

McLaren, Juliet. "Early Serials: New Records in the ESTC." The East-Central Intelligencer, 12, no. 3 (Sept. 1998), 10-11; illus. on back cover.]

McLoughlin, T. O. "The Annual Register 1785-93: New Evidence." Library, 6th ser., 12 (1990), 222-31.

McLoughlin, T. O. "The Context of Edmund Burke's The Reformer." Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 2 (1987), 37-56.

McNeil, David. "The Spectacle of Protest and Punishment: Newspaper Coverage of the Melksham Weavers' Riot of 1738." Media History, 7, no. 1 (2001), 71-86.

Mendoza Michilot, María. Inicios del periodismo en el Perú: Relaciones y noticiarios. Lima: U. de Lima, 1997. Pp. 163; illus.

Merritt, Juliette. "'That Devil Curiosity Which Too Much Haunts the Minds of Women": Eliza Haywood's Female Spectators." Lumen, 16 (1997), 131-46.

Messbarger, Rebecca. "'Double-Voiced Discourse': A Study of an Eighteenth-Century Italian Woman's Magazine [La Donna Galante ed Erudita]." Italian Culture, 12 (1994), 125-37.

Messbarger, Rebecca. "Reforming the Female Class: Il Caffe's 'Defense of Women.'" Eighteenth-Century Studies, 32 (1999), 355-69.

Miehe, Dorothea, and Christopher Skelton-Foord. "A Press for Natives and Immigrants: German Newspapers in the British Library." Newspaper Library News, 27 (Winter 1999/2000), 8-10.

Miller, John. "Public Opinion in Charles II's England." History, 50 (1996), 359-81.

Miller, Marcia. "Verse Fables in Eighteenth-Century American Newspapers and Magazines." Resources for American Literary Study, 19 (1993), 275-93; bibliography [288-93, "of Eighteenth-Century Verse in American Newspapers and Magazines"].

Milhous, Judith. "Vestris-mania and the Construction of Celebrity: Auguste Vestris in London 1780-81." Harvard Library Bulletin, 5 (1994/1995), 30-64.

Miller, John. "Public Opinion in Charles II's England." History, 50 (1996), 359-81.

Misan-Montefiori, Jacques. "La Poésie italienne à la fin du 18e siècle et au début du 19e dans les revues françaises de la Restauration." Dix-huitième siècle, 28 (1996), 471-82.

Mitchell, William L. "William Parks of London?" Factotum: Newsletter of the XVIIIth Century STC, no. 40 (December 1995), 4. [On The Half-Penny London Journal, a rare six-page newspaper issued 15 times in 1724, largely devoted to the trial and execution of Jack Sheppard, and with a proposed identification for W. Parks, one of its two printers.]

Mix, York-Gothart (ed.). Almanach- und Taschenbuchkultur des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts. (Wolfenbütteler Forschungen.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1996. Pp. 210; illus.; index. [In his review in Library, 6th ser., 19 (1997), 386, John L. Flood notes that the volume's ten essays include discussions numerous discussions of authorship, contents (including B. Reifenscheid on illustrations and H. W. Schwab on music), influences, and readership.]

Mix, York-Gothart. "Guillotinen aus Papier: A. G. F. Rebmanns Obscuranten-Almanach (1798-1800) und H. A. O. Reichards Revolutions-Almanach (1793-1804)." Wolfenbütteler Notizen zur Buchgeschichte (Wiesbaden), 16 (1991), 22-28.

Mix, York-Gothart. "Literary Guillotines: A. G. Fr. Rebmann's Obscuranten-Almanach and H. A. O. Reichard's Revolutions-Almanach." Leipziger Jahrbuch zur Buchgeschichte, 4 (1994), 155-62.

Möllney, Ulrike. Norddeutsche Presse um 1800: Zeitschriften und Zeitungen in Flensburg, Braunschweig, Hannover und Schaumburg-Lippe im Zeitalter der Französischen Revolution. Bielefeld: Verlag für Regionalgeschichte, 1996. Pp. 330; illustrations.

Morgan, Edmund S., and Helen M. Morgan. The Stamp Act Crisis: Prologue to Revolution. With a new preface by Edmund S. Morgan. Chapel Hill, NC: U. of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, 1995. Pp. xiv + 327; index [originally published in 1953 and reprinted in 1963.]

Moses, James L. "Journalistic Impartiality on the Eve of the Revolution: The Boston Evening Post, 1770-1775." Journalism History, 20 (1994), 125-30.

Mral, Brigitte. När tidningen var till för läsarna: Lokalpress pa 1700-talet. Örebro: Högskolan i Örebro, 1996. Pp. 262.

--Mulas, J. T. "Music Periodicals in Spain: Beginnings and History of Development." Fontes Artis Musicae, 44 (1997), 331-42.

Mulholland, Joan. "Interpreting Events: Features of Comment Journalism, 1640-1710." Journal of Newspaper and Periodical History, 8, no. 1 (1992), 20-27.

Mullan, John. "Admiring the Mag." TLS (Jan. 1, 1999), 10-11. [Review essay of Pickering and Chatto's republication of the 16 volumes of The Gentleman's Magazine, with a new introduction by Thomas Keymer, as The Gentleman's Magazine in the Age of Samuel Johnson, 1731-1745.]

Murialdi, Paolo. Storia del giornalismo italiano. Bologna: Il Mulino, 1996. Pp. 336.

Murphy, Graham J., and Edward William Pitcher (ed.). The Irish in Popular Literature in the Early American Republic: Paddy Whacking. (Studies in British and American Magazines, 3.) Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 1999. Pp. 428. [An anthology of magazine depictions of the Irish from 1786 to 1840, with an index of authors, settings, and subjects; a register of magazines and extracts; and a glossary.]

Myers, Robin, and Michael Harris (eds.). Serials and Their Readers (1620-1914). (Publishing Pathways.) Winchester, Hampshire, U. K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies (distributed New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press), 1993. Pp. xxii + 170; illustrations; index. [With eight essays delivered as papers at the 14th annual conference on book trade history at Birbeck College, University of London, November 1992. It also furnishes progress reports on three projects: A Bibliography of English Fiction 1770-1830, Serials in the Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature (CBEL 3), and a Computer Register of musical data in London newspapers 1660-1800. Four of the eight essays pertain to the long eighteenth-century: Carolyn Nelson's "American readership of early British serials"; J. A. Downie's "Periodicals and politics in the reign of Queen Anne"; Jeremy Black in "Politicisation and the Press in Hanoverian England"; and James Raven's "Serial Advertisement in 18th-century Britain and Ireland."]

Nabarra, Alain. "Le Journalisme à la recherche de lui-même au XVIIIe siècle: Les modalités de l'information." Cahiers de l'Association internationale des études françaises, 48 (1996), 21-41.

Nabarra, A[lain?]. "Mme Dunoyer et La Quintessence: La rencontre d'une journaliste et d'un journal." Pp. 45-76 in Femmes savantes et femmes d'esprit: Women Intellectuals of the French Eighteenth Century. Edited by Roland Bonnel and Catherine Rubinger. New York: Peter Lang, 1994.

Nelson, Carolyn, and Matthew Seccombe (comps.). British Newspapers and Periodicals (1641-1700): A Short-Title Catalogue of Serials Printed in England, Scotland, Ireland, and British America. New York: MLA, 1987. Pp. xx + 724; chronological, language, editor, and printer/publisher indices.

Nerone, John C. Violence against the Press: Policing the Public Sphere in U.S. History. New York: Oxford U. Press, 1994. Pp. 306; index.

NEWSPLAN, Millennia, and Grids: The Digital Challenge. Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K.: Information North, 1998. [NEWSPLAN is a major British undertaking to preserve all newspapers published in the British Isles.]

Nord, David Paul. Communities of Journalism: A History of American Newspapers and Their Readers. Champaign, IL: U. of Illinois Press, 2001. Pp. xi + 293; index.

Nord, David Paul. "Newspapers and American Nationhood, 1776-1826." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 100 (1990), 391-405.

Nyman, Magnus. "Adla vildar och grymm barbarer: 1700-telets syn pa exotiska folk." Pp. 93-102 in Att första Europa. Edited by Gunilla Gren-Eklund. Uppsala: Universitetet, 1996.

Nyman, Magnus. "News from France in a Swedish Provincial Paper in the Years before the French Revolution." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 304 (1992), 1048-51.

O'Brien, Gillian. "'Spirit, Impartiality, and Independence': The Northern Star, 1792-1797." Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 13 (1998), 7-23.

O'Ciosain, Niall. Print and Popular Culture in Ireland, 1750-1850. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan; New York: St. Martins Press, 1997. Pp. ix 249; illustrations; index; maps.

Olson, Alison. "The Zenger Case Revisited: Satire, Sedition, and Political Debate in Eighteenth-Century America." Early American Literature, 35 (2000), 223-45. [Gov. William Crosby of New York prosecuted John Peter Zenger in 1734 for seditious libel for attacks in the New York Weekly Journal; Olson offers a good list of references.]

O'Toole, James. Newspan: Report of the Newsplan Project in Ireland. London and Dublin: British Library, 1993. Pp. xxiii + 283; alphabetical checklist of newspaper holdings. [Intended to aid libraries in preserving known holdings; see Hugh Gough's review in Irish Historical Studies, 29, no. 114 (1994), 273-74.]

Pactor, Howard S. (comp.). Colonial British Caribbean Newspapers: A Bibliography and Directory. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1990. Pp. xiii + 144; index.

Pallares-Burke, Maria Lúcia. "The Spectator Abroad: The Fascination of the Mask." History of European Ideas, 22 (1996), 1-18.

Parker, Mark. Literary Magazines and British Romanticism. (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism, 45.) Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2001. Pp. xiii + 213; bibliography.

Pasley, Jeffrey. "The Two National Gazettes: Newspapers and the Embodiment of American Political Parties." Early American Literature, 35 (2000), 51-86.

Pasley, Jeffrey L. "The Tyranny of Printers": Newspaper Politics in the Early American Republic. Charlottesville, VA: U. Press of Virginia, xviii + 517; index.

Pasta, Renato. "Per una rilettura de Il Caffé, 1764-1766." Rivista Storica Italiana, 107 (1995), 840-75.

Pedley, Colin. "Blake's 'Tyger' and Contemporary Journalism." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 14 (1991), 45-49.

Peitsch, H. "Die Rolle der Zeitschriften bei der Einführung englischer Literatur in Deutschland im 18. Jahrhunderts." Pp. 27-61 in Anglo-German Studies (Proceedings of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, 22.) Edited by R. F. M. Byrn and K. G. Knight. Leeds, U.K.: Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, 1992. Pp. 180; index.

Pelli, Moshe. "1783 The Haskalah Begins in Germany with the Founding of the Hebrew Journal Hame'asef." Pp. 101-07 in Yale Companion to Jewish Writing and Thought in German Culture, 1096-1996. Edited by Sander L. Gilman and Jack Zipes. New Haven, CT: Yale U. Press, 1997.

The Pennsylvania Gazette [1728-1800, on 4 CD-ROMs: 1728-1750; 1751-1765; 1766-1783; 1784-1800]. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, c. 1997.

Peperkorn, Gunter. Dieses ephemerische Werckchen: Georg Christoph Lichtenberg und der Gottingen Taschen Calender. Göttingen: Stadisches Museum, 1992. Pp. 79; illustrations.

Performing Arts in Colonial American Newspapers, 1690-1783: A Text Database and Index. Edited by Kate Van Winkle Keller and Mary Jane Corry, and, as Media Editor, Robert Keller. New York, NY: University Music Editions, 1998. [CD-ROM database covering music, dance, theater, and songs, with 235,000 indexed entries, 55,000 data items, 60,000 newspapers; first-line index of 12,059 lyrics; with complete bibliography. Available for just $99 from UME (800-448-2805); see]

Periodismo e Ilustración en España. [Papers from a 1989 conference in Madrid in a special issue of] Estudios de Historia Social, 52-53 (1991).

Perkins, Maureen. Visions of the Future: Almanacs, Time, and Cultural Change, 1775-1870. Oxford: Clarendon, 1996. Pp. xii + 270; illustrations.

Pesante, Alessandra, and Maria Gioia Tavoni (eds.). Stampa periodica dell'eta giacobina e napoleonica in Emilia-Romagna, 1796-1815. (Biblioteca europea della rivoluzione françese, Archivio, 2.) Bologna: Analisi, 1993. Pp. 223; indices. [Alphabetized catalogue of periodicals; part of a multi-volume series to judge from a phrase on the title-page: "Centro Emilia-Romagna per la storia del giornalismo."]

Pettit, Alexander. "The Grub Street Journal and the Politics of Anachronism." Philological Quarterly, 69 (1990), 435-51.

Pettit, Alexander. "Propaganda, Public Relations, and the Remarks on the Craftman's Vindication of His Two Honble Patrons, in his Paper of May 22, 1731." Huntington Library Quarterly, 57 (1994), 45-59; bibliography [of pamphlets in the controversy].

Pettit, Alexander. "Revitalizing Bolingbroke's Remarks on the History of England: The Craftsman in Folio." Library Chronicle of the University of Texas at Austin, 25, no. 3 (1995), 7-29.

Pisano, Laura (ed.). I Periodici stranieri in Sardegno: Catalogo delle biblioteche universitarie di Cagliari e Sassari (1700-1940). Preface by Bruno Zanobio. (La società moderna e contemporanea. Repertori e strumenti, 7.) Milan: F. Angeli, 1996. Pp. 352; illus.; indices.

Pitcher, Edward W. (ed.). An Anthology of the Short Story in 18th- and 19th-Century America. (Studies in British and American Magazines, 6.) 2 vols. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2000. Pp. 404 + 420.

Pitcher, Edward W. (comp.). The British Magazine, January 1760-December 1767: An Annotated Index of Signatures, Ascriptions, Subjects, and Titles of Literary Prose. (Studies in British and American Magazines, 8.) Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2000. Pp. 202.

Pitcher, Edward W. (ed.). The Court, City, and Country Magazine, 1761-65: An Annotated Catalogue of the Literary Prose. (Studies in British and American Magazines, 18.). Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, forthcoming June 2002. Pp. 372.

Pitcher, Edward W. Discoveries in Periodicals 1720-1820: Facts and Fictions. (Studies in British and American Magazines, 7.) Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2000. Pp. 600. [A general introduction to British periodical literature, containing an index of principal works by many eighteenth-century essayists who followed Addison and Steele.]

Pitcher, E. W. "An Editor of the London Magazine (1734-85): Alexander Hogg." Notes and Queries, n.s. 43 (1996), 34-37.

Pitcher, E. W. "An Editor of The London Magazine (1732-1785): Alexander Hogg." Notes and Queries, n.s. 44 (1997), 213-14.

Pitcher, E. W. "An Eighteenth-Century Journey to the Mundum Subterraneum: A Utopian Satire in the Age of Reason." ANQ, 9, no. 2 (Spring 1996), 9-14. [On the periodical publication of "Iter ad mundum subterraneum" in The New Hampshire Spy, 20-27 Nov. 1790.]

Pitcher, E[dward]. W[illiam]. "The Essays and Poems of Edmund Rack [1735?-1787]: Sources and Additions to the Canon." Notes and Queries, n.s. 41 [239] (1994), 211-17; appendix [text of poem "The Summer Evening"]; checklist [of Rack's magazine publications, 214-16].

Pitcher, E. W. "E. W. Pitcher on Periodicals." Special issue of ANQ, 12, no. 1 (Winter 1999). Foreword by Arthur Sherbo. Pp. 2-61. [Pitcher has been the most prolific researcher in late eighteenth-century English and American periodicals. In his honor, and presumably to handle the vast number of his notes, ANQ devoted all its first issue of Vol. 12 to articles and notes by him: "Eliza Gilding (Mrs. Daniel Turner): Some Facts and Inferences" (6-22); "Glover, Goldsmith, and Hugh Kelly: A Comment on the 'Authentic Anecdotes of the late Dr. Goldsmith' (1774)" (23-26); "Samuel Whitechurch and The Westminster Magazine" (26-28); William Mugleston and 'The Matron': Authorship of a Lady's Magazine Essay Serial, 1774-91" (28-29); "J. W. Smith and the Essay Serials by "Sigma" in The Lady's Monthly Museum" (29-31); "Samuel Jackson Pratt's Miscellanies (1785): Sources for the Essays and Tales" (31-34); "'A Complexion of Improbabilities': American Humor and Frontier News after the Revolution" (34-41); "Inventing Humorous Indians in Early American Literature" (41-49); "Dr. Elihu H. Smith and 'The Simplist' Essay Serial in The New Hampshire Journal: or, Farmer's Weekly Museum" (49-51); and "Fiction in American Magazines before 1800: Addenda and Corrigenda" (52-60).

Pitcher, Edward W. R. Fiction in American Magazines before 1800: An Annotated Catalogue. Schenectady, NY: Union College Press in conjunction with the Antoca Press of Lexington, KY, 1993. Pp. 321; index.

Pitcher, E. W. "Franklin's Ephemera in Oriental (Cross-over?) Guise." Notes and Queries, n.s. 44 [242] (1997), 236-38.

Pitcher, E[dward]. W. "From B to Z: Signatures in the Westminster, Monthly Ledger, and Universal Magazine." Notes and Queries, n.s., 40 (1993), 345-47.

Pitcher, E[dward]. W. "The Interactions of The Royal Magazine (1759-1769) and The British Magazine (1760-1767)." The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 86 (1992), 472-75. [On borrowings and collaborations between the two journals.]

Pitcher, Edward W. The Lady's Monthly Museum: First Series: 1798-1806. An Annotated Index Under Contributors' Names, Pseudonymous Signature, and Ascriptions. (Studies in British and American Magazines, 2.) Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2000. Pp. 356.

Pitcher, Edward W. (comp.). The Literary Prose of Westminster Magazine, 1773-1785: An Annotated Index Under Contributors' Names, Pseudonymous Signature, and Ascriptions. (Studies in British and American Magazines, 1.) Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2000. Pp. 356.

Pitcher, Edward William (comp.). The Monthly Ledger, 1773-76: An Annotated Register of the Contents (Studies in British and American Magazines, 15.) Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2002. Pp. 312.

Pitcher, Edward William (comp.). The Monthly Miscellany, 1774-77: An Annotated Register of the Contents. (Studies in British and American Magazines, 16.) Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2002. Pp. 520.

Pitcher, Edward W. "The Moralist' Serial in The Federal Gazette of 1798." ANQ, 8, no. 1 (Winter 1995), 16-18.

Pitcher, Edward W. (comp.). The New York Weekly Museum: An Annotated Index of Literary Prose, 1800-1811. (Studies in British and American Magazines, 4.) Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2000. Pp. 496.

Pitcher, E. W. "'The Observer' Essay Serial in The Bristol and Bath Magazine, 1782-1783." Notes and Queries, n.s. 44 [242] (1997), 214-15.

Pitcher, E. W. "On Authorship of Essay Serials in the European Magazine and The Lady's Monthly Museum: George Brewer and G. Bedingfield." Notes and Queries, n.s. 44 [242] (1997), 238-39.

Pitcher, E. W. "On the Authorship of The Inspector (1800-1802), An Essay Serial in The Lady's Monthly Museum." Notes and Queries, n.s. 44 [242] (1997), 230-31.

Pitcher, Edward W. "On the Authorship of the 'Memoirs' of Samuel Richardson in the Universal Magazine (1786)." The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 87 (1993), 249-58.

Pitcher, E[dward]. W. "The Original Not Identical to the Collected Bristol and Bath Magazine, 1782-1783." Notes and Queries, n.s., 40 [238] (1993), 347-48.

Pitcher, E. W. "Philip Freneau and the Ugly Club." ANQ, 8, no. 3 (summer 1995), 6-8.

Pitcher, Edward William (comp.). The Repository and Ladies Weekly Museum, Philadelphia 1800-1806. (Studies in British and American Magazines, 11.) Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2001. Pp. 280; appendices; index.

Pitcher, Edward W. "The Reprinting of Eliza Haywood's Stories in The Weekly Entertainer." Notes and Queries, n.s. 42 [240] (1995), 73-75.

Pitcher, Edward William (comp.). The Royal American Magazine, 1774-75: An Annotated Catalogue. (Studies in British and American Magazines, 12.) Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2001. Pp. 152; appendices; index. [Documents contents of this Boston magazine.]

Pitcher, E. W. "The Short Novels of the London Monthly Museum: Emendations to Robert Mayo's The English Novel in the Magazines." Notes and Queries, n.s. 44 [242] (1997), 239-41.

Pitcher, E. W., and D. Sean Hartigan (eds.). Sensationalist Literature and Popular Culture in the Early American Republic. (Studies in British and American Magazines, 10.) Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2000. Pp. 414.

Plachta, Bodo, and Winfried Woesler (eds.). Sturm und Drang: Geistiger Aufbruch 1770-1790 im Spiegel der Literatur. Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1997. Pp. xii + 289. [Includes Henning Buck's "Jeder Hofgesessene sollte glauben, die öffentlichen Anstalten wurden auch seinem Urteil vorgelegt': Geistiger Aufbruch im Osnabrückischen Intelligenzblatt" (249-63); Hans-Dietrich Dahnke's "Intentionen und Resultate des Jahrgangs 1772 der Frankfurter Gelehrten Anzeigen" (233-47); and Jean Moes's "Geistiger Aufbruch--Politischer Aufbruch: Die Amerikanische Revolution im Spiegel deutscher zeitgenössischer Zeitschriften" (265-89).]

La Plume et le Plomb: Journaux et journalistes au pays de Liège au temps de l'Heureuse révolution de 1789. Liege: Crédit communal, 1989. Pp. 124; illus. [A collection of essays including articles by Pierre Rétat and M. Hannotte on the periodical press.]

Popkin, Jeremy D. "Dutch Patriots, French Journalists and Declarations of Rights: The Leidse Ontweep of 1785 and its Diffusion in France." Historical Journalism, 38 (1995), 533-66.

Popkin, Jeremy D. (ed.). Media and Revolution. Lexington, KY: U. Press of Kentucky, 1995. Pp. viii + 246; illus.; index. [Papers from conference at Kentucky, 15-17 Oct. 1992, including Popkin's "Media and Revolution" (12-30); Tim Harris's "Propaganda and Public Opinion in Seventeenth-Century England" (48-73); Jeffery A. Smith's "The Enticements of Change and America's Enlightenment Journalism" (74-89); Pierre Rétat's "The Revolutionary Word in the Newspaper in 1789" (translated by François Le Roy; 90-97); and Mark W. Summers's "American Cartoonists and a World of Revolutions, 1789-1936" (136-55).]

Popkin, Jeremy D. News and Politics in the Age of Revolution: Jean Luzac's Gazette de Leyde. Ithaca: Cornell U. Press, 1989. Pp. xiii + 292; bibliography; illustraitons; tables.

Popkin, Jeremy D. "Political Communication in the German Enlightenment: Gottlob Benedikt von Schirach's Politische Journal." Eighteenth-Century Life, n.s. 20, no. 1 (February 1996), 24-41.

Popkin, Jeremy D. "The Provincial Newspaper Press and Revolutionary Politics." French Historical Studies, 18 (1993), 434-56.

Popkin, Jeremy D. Revolutionary News: The Press in France, 1789-1799. (Bicentennial Reflections on the French Revolution.) Durham, NC, and London: Duke U. Press, 1990. Pp. xx + 217; bibliography [189-209]; illustrations; tables.

Popkin, Jeremy D., and Bernadette Fort (eds.). The Mémoires secrets" and the Culture of Publicity in Eighteenth-Century France. (Histoire de la Press.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1998. Pp. vii + 188. [Contests "the erroneous attribution to Bachaumont, examines the Mémoires secrets as a text in its own right, and offers a ground-breaking reappraisal of this unique periodical in view of the latest approaches." Essays on the authors, publisher, texts, and impact of an important periodical of the 1760-80s, with contributions by Raymond Birn, Pamela Cheek, Bernadette Fort, Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink, Sarah Maza, Jeffrey Merrick, Jeremy D. Popkin, Pierre Rétat, Jean Sgard, and Shanti-Marie Singham.]

Porter, Stephen. "Newspaper and Fire Relief in Early Modern England." Journal of Newspaper and Periodical History, 8, no. 1 (1992), 28-33.

Prescott, Sarah, and Jane Spencer. "Prattling, Tattling, and Knowing Everything: Public Authority and the Female Editorial Persona in the Early Essay-Periodical." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 23 (2000), 43-58.

Proud, Judith K. "Essence and Impartiality: French-Language Periodical Digests of the Literary Press in the Eighteenth Century." Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History: 1993 Annual (1994), 53-65.

Ram, Titia. Magnitude in Marginality: Edward Cave and the Gentleman's Magazine, 1731-1754. Overveen: Gottmann & Fainsilber Katz, 2000.

Raymond, Joad. "The Daily Muse, or, Seventeenth-Century Poets Read the News." The Seventeenth Century, 10 (1995), 189-218; illustrations.

Raymond, Joad. "The History of Newspapers and the History of Journalism: Two Disciplines or One?" Media History, 5, no. 2 (1999), 223-32.

Raymond, Joad. The Invention of the Newspaper: English Newsbooks 1641-1649. Oxford: Clarendon, 1996. Pp. xii + 379; index.

Raymond, Joad (ed.). Making the News: An Anthology of the Newsbooks of Revolutionary England, 1641-1660. Foreword by Christopher Hill. Moreton-in-Marsh, Adlestrop, Glos., U. K.: Windrush Press, 1993; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993. Pp. xviii + 491; illus.; indices.

Raymond, Joad. "'A Mercury with a Winged Conscience': Marchamont Nedham, Monopoly and Censorship." Media History, 4, no. 1 (1998), 7-18.

Raymond, Joad. News, Newspapers, and Society in Early Modern Britain. London and Portland, OR: F. Cass, 1999. 239; index.

Raymond, Joad. "Some Corrections and Additions to British Newspapers and Periodicals, 1641-1700: A Short-Title Catalogue." Notes and Queries, n.s. 42 [240] (1995), 451-53.

La República de las letras en la España del siglo XVIII. Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, 1995. Pp. 226. [Includes Joaquin Alvarez Barrientos on authors of literary culture and authors; François Lopez on book culture; and Inmaculada Urzainqui on the periodical press.]

Retallack, James. "From Pariah to Professional? The Journalist in German Society and Politics, from the Late Enlightenment to the Rise of Hitler [1770-1932]." German Studies Review, 16 (1993), 175-223.

Rétat, Pierre. "L'administration de la librairie et la demande de création de journaux (janvier-mai 1789)." (Hommage à Jean Sgard, 1.) Recherches et travaux [U. Stendhal, Grenoble], Bulletin no. 48 (1995), 95-108.

Rétat, Pierre. "Une anne au jour le jour: Chronologie du 1er janvier au 31 decembre 1789." Dix-huitième siècle, 20 (1988), 7-32.

Rétat, Pierre. "L'Anne 1789 vue par les journaux: Problèmes et propositions." Dix-huitième siècle, 20 (1988), 83-96.

Rétat, Pierre. [Essays on] "Bayle"; "Mémoires de Trévoux"; [and] "Le journalisme révolutionnaire." Dictionnaire universel des littératures. Edited by Beatrice Didier. 3 vols. Paris: Presses U. de France, 1994.

Rétat, Pierre. Le Dernier regne: Chronique de la France de Louis XVI, 1774-1789. Paris: Fayard, 1995. Pp. 373; index. [Selection of news from the International press in French.]

Rétat, Pierre. "Les gazetiers de Hollande et les puissances politiques: Une difficile collaboration." Dix-huitième siècle, 25 (1993), 319-35.

Rétat, Pierre. Les Journaux de 1789: Bibliographie critique. Paris: Editions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1988. Pp. 428.

Rétat, Pierre. "Le journaliste comme interprète et guide de l'opinion publique en 1789." Pp. 43-50 in Opinione Lumi Rivoluzione, Materiali della Società italiana di studi sul secolo XVIII. (Acts of a French-Italian Colloquy at Santa Margherita Ligure, 21-23 September.) Edited by Alberto Postigliola. Rome: Societá italiana di studi sul Secolo XVIII, 1993. Pp. 162.

Rétat, Pierre. "Le journaliste révolutionnaire comme 'écrivain patriote.'" Pp. 111-20 in La Rivoluzione Francese, Filosofia, Letteratura, Storia. (Acts of a Colloquy 17-19 November 1988.) Fasano di Puglia, 1991.

Rétat, Pierre. "La légitimation du discours révolutionnaire dans le journal de 1789." Pp. 279-85 in Aux origines provinciales de la Révolution. (Acts of a Colloquy at Grenoble and Vizille, 27-29 June 1988.) Edited by R. Chagny. Grenoble: PU Grenoble, 1990.

Rétat, Pierre. "Note sur la présence de Robespierre dans les journaux de 1789." Pp. 3-10 of Images de Robespierre: Actes du Colloque international de Naples, 27-29 septembre 1993. (Biblioteca europea, 7.) Edited by Jean Ehrard, with the assistance of AntoinetteEhrard and Florence Devillez. Naples: Vivarium, in association with the Istituto italiano per gli Studi Filosofici, U. Blaise-Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand; Vivarium 1996.

Rétat, Pierre. "La Presse politique ancienne: Problèmes de définition et méthodes de recherche." (Transactions of the Ninth International Congress on the Enlightenment, Münster, 23-29 July 1995.) SVEC, 348 (1996), 1289-92.

Rétat, Pierre. "Représentation de l'histoire et de la politique au XVIIIe siècle: la Gazette d'Amsterdam pendant la guerre de succession d'Espagne." Pp. 445-54 in Ici et ailleurs: Le dix-huitième siècle au présent: Mélanges offerts à Jacques Proust. Edited by Hisayasu Nakagawa. Tokyo: for Le comite coordinateur des melanges Jacques Proust by Librairie France Tosho, 1996.

Rétat, Pierre. "Représentations du temps révolutionnaire d'après les journaux de 1789." Pp. 121-29 in L'Espace et le temps reconstruits: La Révolution française, une révolution des mentalités et des cultures? Edited by Philippe Joutard. Aix-en-Provence: U. de Provence, 1990.

Rétat, Pierre (ed.). La Révolution du journal 1788-1794. (Proceedings of a Congress at Vizille, 1988.) Paris: Centre National de la Researche Scientifique, 1989. Pp. 354; illustrations.

Rétat, Pierre. "The Revolutionary Word in the Newspaper in 1789." Pp. 90-97 in Media and Revolution. Edited by Jeremy D. Popkin. Lexington, KY: U. Press of Kentucky, 1995.

Rétat, Pierre. "Roi, peuple(s), nation . . . la fin de l'Ancien Régime." Pp. 189-98 in Les mots de la nation. (Acts of a Colloquy at the Université Lumière Lyon 2, 17-19 mars 1994.) Lyon: Presses U. de Lyon, 1996.

Rétat, Pierre. Textologie du journal. (Cahiers de textologie, 3.) Paris: Minard, 1990. Pp. 173; illustrations.

Rétat, Pierre, and Anne-Marie Enaux. La Gazette d'Amsterdam, journal de référence: La collection du Ministère des Affaires Etrangères." Revue d'Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine, 40 (1993), 152-64.

Reynaud, Denis, and Chontal Thomas (eds.). La Suite à L'Ordinaire prochain: La représentation du monde dans les gazettes. Lyon: Presses universitaires de Lyon, 1999. Pp. 293; bibliography; glossory. [Essays in French written by members of the Lyon research group on gazettes, mainly focused on developments in 1775: Denis Reynaud and Chantal Thomas's "Introduction: La sixième fenêtre"; Robert Favre's "Le gazetier idéal"; Simone Carpentari Messina's "Le discours éditorial"; Charlotte Burel's "L'criture du futur"; Christophe Cave's "Chronographie"; Pierre Rétat's "Batailles"; Samy Ben Messaoud's "Conclave"; Chontal Thomas's "Voyages"; Claude Labrosse's "Espace et territoire"; "Villes"; and "Conclusion"; Denis Reynaud's "Allemagne"; Anne-Marie Mercier-Faivre's "Orient"; Regine Jomand-Baudry's "Annonces"; Annie Rivara's "La représentation des choses," and an essay by Yannick Sit]

Ribble, Frederick G. "George Barrington, Sometimes Governor of North Carolina: The 'Janus' of Fielding's Champion." Studies in Bibliography, 50 (1997), 272-94.

Ribble, Frederick G. "William Robinson, Contributor to Fielding's Champion." Studies in Bibliography, 43 (1990), 182-89.

Riley, Sam (ed.). American Magazine Journalists, 1741-1850. (DLB, 73.) Detroit, MI, and London: Gale Research, 1988. Pp. xv + 430.

Riley, Sam. (comp.). "American Periodicals: A Selected Checklist of Scholarship and Criticism." American Periodicals, 2 (1992), 163-69; 3 (1993), 143-46; 4 (1994), 138-43; 5 (1995), 149-54; 6 (1996), 166-75; 7 (1997), 92-101. [Titles sometimes vary slightly, as in 1996 the dates "1993-1996" are added.]

Ritchey, David. "An Index to the Theatrical Materials in the English Theatre Journals Published between 1700 and 1750." Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Theatre Research, 2nd ser., 3 (1988), 34-63.

Rizzo, Betty. "Bonnell Thornton, Reviewer: Evolution of a Technique." Pp. 335-54 in Writers, Books, and Trade: An Eighteenth-Century English Miscellany for William B. Todd. Edited by O M Brack, Jr. New York: AMS Press, 1994 [1995].

Rolle, Dietrich. "Nachwort." Göttinger Taschen Calender vom Jahr 1786 von G. C. Lichtenberg. Mainz, 1994. [Containing Rolle's discussion of how G. C. Lichtenberg's second journey to London (1774-1775) affected his editing of the Gottinger Taschen Calendar, as in his republication of Hogarth's prints and also copper-plates cut by Chodowiecki, of Shakespearian scenes Lichtenberg had scene enacted by David Garrick.]

Rosendaal, Joost. "Een vrolijke wijsgeer en braaf sansculot: Gerrit Paape in ballingschap (1787-1795)." De achttiende eeuw, 29 (1997), 61-79.

Rosenfeld, Richard N. American Aurora: A Democratic-Republican Returns: The Suppressed History of Our Nation's Beginnings and the Heroic Newspaper that Tried To Report It. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1997. Pp. xi + 988; illus.

Rossetto, Sante. Per la storia del giornalismo: Treviso dal XVII secolo all'unita. Florence: Olschki, 1996. Pp. 221; illus.; indices.

Roversi, Gian Carlo. Storia del giornalismo in Emilia-Romagna e a Pesaro dagli albori al primo Novecento. Bologna: Grafis, 1992. Pp. 420; illus.

Rowland, Herbert, and Karl J. Fink (eds.). The Eighteenth-Century German Book Review. (Beitrage zur neueren Literaturgeschichte, Folge 3; 135.) Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitätsverlag, 1995. Pp. 214; bibliography [181-85, on "concept formation and the use of the computer in its study"]; index. [Important collection on a neglected topic, with James Van der Laan's introduction to the genre: "Introduction: The Shape of a Genre" (11-16); Rowland's "The Physiognomist Physiognomized: Matthias Claudius's Review of Lavater's Physiognomische Fragmente" (17-29); H. Beck's "Framing the Debate: Hippel's Response to Zimmermann's Attack on the Enlightenment" (31-44); W. Biesterfeld's "Carl Friedrich Bahrdt (1741-1792), enfant terrible der deutschen Aufklärung, als Autor und Objekt von Rezension, Satire, und Parodie" (45-55); Fink's "The Rhetoric of the Review: Schlözer and Herder on Universal History" (57-72); S. D. Martinson's "Of Comedy and Criticism: Lessing's Contribution to the Briefe die neueste Literatur betreffend" (73-84); Richard Fischer's "Introduction: Concept Formation in the German Review Journal" (85-94); J. Van der Laan's "Nicolai's Concept of the Review (Journal)" (95-111); James J. Wald's "The 'small club of connoisseurs' and the 'broad public': Schiller's Horen and Posselt's Europäische Annalen" (113-36); S. D. Martinson's "The Concept of Imagination in Schiller's Reviews" (137-50); and John A. McCarthy's "Reviewing the Nation: The Review and the Concept of Nation" (151-68).]

Russo, Mary T., Gerald D. McDonald, and Stuart Sherman (comps.). A Checklist of American Newspaper Carriers' Addresses, 1720-1820. Worcester, MA: American Antiquarian Society (distributed through New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, c. 1999-2000.

Saladino García, Alberto. Ciencia y prensa durante la ilustración latinoamericana. (Colección historia, 18.) Toluca, Mexico: U. Autónomo del Estado de México, 1996. Pp. 336.

Sánchez Aranda, José Javier, and Carlos Barrera del Barrio. Historia del periodismo español: Desde sus orígenes hasta 1975. Pamplona, Spain: U. de Navarra, 1992. Pp. 545; index.

Scherr, Arthur. "Inventing the Patriot President: Bache's Aurora and John Adams." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 119 (1995), 369-400.

Schillings, Jan. Het tolerantiedebat in de Franstalige geleerdentijdschriften uitgegeven in de Republiek der Verenigde Provinciën in de periode 1684-1753. Amsterdam-Maarssen: APA-Holland U Pers, 1997. Pp. xxii + 353. [On the tolerance debate in French-language scholarly periodicals in Holland, 1684-1753.]

Schimmelman, Janice G. "Art in the Early English Magazine, 1731-1800: A Checklist of Articles on Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture, from the Gentleman's Magazine, London Magazine, and Universal Magazine." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 108, Part 1 (1998 [2000]), 397-478. [Contains a checklist of 561 essays and notices on art.]

Schippan, Michael. "Die Erfurtischen Gelehrten Nachrichten über die Frühaufklärung in Polen (1754-1758)." Mitteilungen des Vereins für die Geschichte und Altertumskunde von Erfurt, n.s. 3 (1995), 103-17.

Schlobach, Jochen. "Neuere schwedische Beiträge zu französischsprachigen Zeitschriften und Korrespondenzen der Aufklärungszeit." Romanische Forschungen, 106 (1994), 236-42.

Schmidt, Klaus (gen. ed.). Index deutschsprachiger Zeitschriften, 1750-1815. Hildesheim: Olms Neue Medien, 1990. Pp. lxviii [printed guide] + 7 [printed list of abbreviations]; 28 microfiches; indices. [Schmidt describes in brief the nature of this project in Das achtzenhte Jahrhundert, 15 (1991), 103-04.]

Schneider, Ute. "Ein deutsches Journal im zaristischen Russland: St. Petersburger Zeitung, 1707-1914." Buchhandelsgeschichte (1992), B121-B132; illus.

Schneider, Ute. Friedrich Nicolais Allgemeine Deutsche Bibliothek als Integrationsmedium der Gelehrtenrepublik. (Mainzer Studien zur Buchwissenschaft, 1.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1995. Pp. vii + 399.

Schneider, Ute. "'Wer in aller Welt liest denn noch die Anzeigen so viel unnützer Dinge?': Ernst Theodor Langer und das Ende der Allgemeinen Deutschen Bibliothek." Pp. 91-105 in Fördern und Bewahren: Studien zur europäischen Kulturgeschichte der frühen Neuzeit. (Wolfenbütteler Forschungen, 70.) Edited by Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1996.

Schneller, Beverley. "Using Newspaper Advertisements to Study the Book Trade: A Year in the Life of Mary Cooper." Pp. 123-43 in Writers, Books, and Trade: An Eighteenth-Century English Miscellany for William B. Todd. Edited by O M Brack, Jr. New York: AMS Press, 1994 [1995].

Schöndorf, Johannes. "Simon-Nicolas-Henri Linguet und der Zweibrücker Nachdrucker der Annales politiques, civiles, et littéraires: Eine Dokumentation zur Geschichte des Nachdruckwesens im 18. Jahrhundert." Philobiblon, 38 (1994), 33-50.

Schöne, Albrecht. "Index deutschsprachiger Rezensionszeitschriften des 18.Jahrhunderts." Jahrbuch der Akademie der Wissenschften zu Göttingen (1994), 1-98.

Schüttler-Rudolph, Ursula (comp.). "Französische Rußlandpublizistik zur Zeit der Aufklärung (1754-1789): Eine Bibliographie." Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert, 19 (1995), 118-28.

Schweizer, Karl W. "Foreign Policy and the Eighteenth-Century English Press: The Case of Israel Mauduit's Considerations on the Present German War." Publishing History, 39 (1996), 45-53.

Schwinge, Gerhard. Jung-Stilling als Erbauungsschriftseller der Erweckung: Eine literatur- und frömmigkeitsgeschichtliche Untersuchung seiner periodischen Schriften 1795-1816 und ihres Umfelds. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1994. Pp. 372; index; portrait. [Treats Jung-Stilling's regligious periodicals Der graue Mann, Der christliche Menschenfreund, and Taschenbuch für Freunde des Christentums.]

Seidel, Michael. "Narrative News." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 10 (1998), 125-50 [relations between newspapers and fiction]

Seidler, Wolfram. Buchtmarkt und Zeitschriften in Wien 1760-1785: Studie zur Herausbildung einer literarischen Öffentlichkeit in [sic] Österreich des 18. Jahrhunderts. Szeged, Austria: Scriptum KFT, 1994. Pp. 125. [Based on similarly titled 1992 dissertation written for the U. of Vienna with "im Osterreich" in title.]

Seifert, Hans-Ulrich. "Die Französische Revolution im Spiegel der deutschen periodischen Zeitschriften (1789-1815)." Pp. 161-204 in La Révolution française vue des deux côtés du Rhin. Edited by André Dabezies. Aix-en-Provence: P.U. de Provence, 1990. [On Minerva: Der Teutsche Merkur and Politisches Journal, with summary in French.]

Selfridge-Field, Eleanor. "Italian Opera, English Letters, and French Journalism: The Mercure de France's Debts to Joseph Addison." Revue de musicologie, 83 (1997), 185-203.

Sgard, Jean (gen. ed.). Dictionnaire des journalistes 1600-1789. (Dictionnaire de la presse, 2.) Rev. ed. 2 vols. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1999. Pp. x + 1091; 100 illustrations. [With 810 biographies (the first edition of 1976 held 400). It is not immediately apparent how much the 1999 edition differs from the 2-volume edition in 1991 for the Voltaire Foundation.]

Sherbo, Arthur. "From the Monthly Magazine and British Register: Notes on Milton, Pope, Boyle, Johnson, Sterne, Hawkesworth, and Prior." Studies in Bibliography, 43 (1990), 190-97.

Sherbo, Arthur. "From the Westminster Magazine: Swift, Goldsmith, Garrick, et al." Studies in Bibliography, 41 (1988), 270-83.

Sherbo, Arthur. "Further Additions to the Nichols File of the Gentleman's Magazine." Studies in Bibliography, 42 (1989), 249-53.

Sherbo, Arthur. "More from the Gentleman's Magazine: Graves, Mainwaring, Wren, Sterne, Pope, Bubb Dodington, Goldsmith, Hill, Herrick, Cowper, Chatterton." Studies in Bibliography, 40 (1987), 164-74.

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Sherman, Stuart. Telling Time, Clocks, Diaries, and English Diurnal Form 1660-1785. Chicago: Chicago U. Press, 1996. Pp. xvi + 323. [Newspapers and periodicals, including The Tatler and The Spectator, are among the diurnal forms discussed.]

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Smith, Mark A. "Andrew Brown's 'Earnest Endeavor': The Federal Gazette's Role in Philadelphia's Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1793." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 120 (1996), 321-42.

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Spector, Robert D. Political Controversy: A Study in Eighteenth-Century Propaganda. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1992. Pp. xii + 184; bibliography [171-75]; index.

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Starnes, Thomas C. Der teutsche Merkur in den österreichischen Ländern. Vienna: Turia & Kant, 1994. Pp. 158; illustrations; index. [On the periodical founded by Christoph Martin Weland in 1773.]

Stoilova, T. "Russian Newspapers on the Ottoman Empire in the 1760s (or What Idea of Turkey Could Russian Society Get, Leafing through the Sanktpeterburgskie Vedemosti and the Moskovskie Vedemosti)." Etudes Balkaniques, 29, no. 4 (1993), 38-42.

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Sturkenboom, Dorothée. "Thermometers voor mannelijkheid en vrwouwelijkheid: De betekenis van sekse in de spectatoriale geschriften." De Achttiende Eeuw, 26 (1994), 236-42.

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Taukchiray, Wes. "American Indian References in the South Carolina Gazette and Country Journal, Royal South Carolina Gazette, South Carolina Gazette and Public Advertiser, and State Gazette of South Carolina, 1766-1792." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 100 (1999), 298-318.

Taylor, Richard C. Goldsmith as Journalist. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson U. Press; Cranbury, NJ: Associated U. Presses, 1993. Pp. 205; index.

Taylor, Richard C. "James Harrison, The Novelist's Magazine, and the Early Canonizing of the English Novel." Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, 33 (1993), 629-43.

Tebbel, John, and Mary Ellen Zuckerman. The Magazine in America, 1741-1990. New York: Oxford U. Press, 1991. Pp. viii + 433; bibliography (pp. 383-97); index.

Tenger, Zeynep, and Paul Trolander. "The Politics of Literary Production: The Reaction to the French Revolution and the Transformation of the English Literary Periodical." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995), 279-95.

"Three Hundred Years of Women's Magazines, 1693-1993." British Library Newspaper Library Newsletter, 16 (1993), 1-3.

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Todd, Christopher. Political Bias, Censorship, and the Dissolution of the "Official" Press in Eighteenth-Century France. (Studies in French Civilization, 8.) Lewiston, NY, and London: Edwin Mellen, 1991. Pp. ix + 433; bibliography [335-77]; indices.

Tolkemitt, Brigitte. Der Hamburgische Correspondent: Zur öffentlichen Verbreitung der Aufklärung in Deutschland. (Studien und Texte zur Sozialgeschichte der Literatur, 53.) Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1995. Pp. viii + 272.

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Urbani, Paola, and Alfredo Donato. I periodici di "Ancien Régime" e del periodo rivoluzionario nelle biblioteche italiane. Rome: Il Geroglifico, 1992. Pp. xix + 426; bibliography [425-26]; indices.

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Van Tassel, Mary M. "Spears and Petticoats: The Tatler and the Instability of Language." Journal of English and German Philology, 90 (1991), 327-41.

Vanwelkenhuyzen, Nadine. "Une galerie du conservatisme liègeois vers 1787: A propos d'un project de journal anti-philosophique." Le livre et l'estampe, 40, no. 141 (1994), 157-65.

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