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192 NOTES AND QUERIES. [12 S.X.MAB. 11,1922.

  • N. & Q.,' though of the accuracy of some

I am a little doubtful. LONDON. 1652. Diurnal of some Passages and Affairs. 5 S. viii. 330. 1680. Mercurius Librarius. April 16-29. 10 S. xii. 243. 1697. Theosophical Transactions by the Phila- delphian Society. 6 nos. 1 S. vi. 437, 1700. Affairs of the World. Oct. 1 S. xi. 186. 1704. The Review (De Foe's). Feb. 19, 1704 May, 1713. 1 S. x. 280. 1709. Monthly Amusement. April. 7 S. x. 249, 357. [Unless other references are given all titles from 1712 to 1731 are taken from 3 S. ix. 73-5, 92-4.] 1712. The Medley (Baker's). May 14. The Medley (Redpath's). Aug. 4. The Flying Post and Medley (Hurt's). July 27. The Flying Post (Ridpath's). The Flying Post (Tookey's). The Night Post. Jan. 1. The Poetical Entertainment. No. 2, Aug. 16. 1714. The Waies of Literature. Dunton's Ghost, or the Hanover Courant. March 10. News from the Dead. Nov. 23. 1715. The Instructor. The Bee. No. 2, Jan. 21. The Censor. April 11. The Penny Post. July 19. The Oracle. Aug. Weekly Remarks and Political Reflections upon the most Material News, foreign and domestick. Defc. 3. The Tea-Table. Dec. 17. The Occasional Paper. Dec. 21. 1716. The Evening Weekly Pacquet. Jan. 6. The General Post. Jan. 15. (Later The Evening General Post). The Protestant Pacquet. Jan. 21. The Political Tatler. Jan. 26. Remarkable Occurrences. Feb. 19. Whitehall Courant. May 2. The Saturday's Post. Sept. 29. Jones's Evening News Letter. Oct. 29. 1717. The Freeholder Extraordinary. Jan. 2. The Penny Post. March 1-3. The Weekly Review or Wednesday's Post. Aug. 14. The Protestant Medley. Aug. 17. St. James's Weekly Journal. Sept. 1. The Wednesday Journal. Sept. 25. 1718. The Critic. Jan. 6. The Observator. Feb. 10. The Weekly Jamaica Courant. March 12. The Weekly Medley. July 26. The Doctor. Aug. 6. The Whigg. Sept. 3. The Honest Gentleman. Nov. 5. 1719. The London Mercury. March 14. The Moderator. April 6. The Thursday's Journal. Aug. 6. The Manufacturer. Oct. 30. The Weaver. Nov. 23. The Spinster. Dec. 19. 1720. The London Mercury. No. 15, dated Feb. 4-11, 1721 (apparently a different paper to one above). 8 S. vii. 198. The Commentator. Jan. 1. Merry Andrew, or British Harlequin. Jan. 11 The Anti-Theatre. Feb. 15. Protestant Medley, or Weekly Courant. March 12. The Muses Gazette. March 12. The Dependent Free-Thinker. March 21. The Halfpenny Post. April 16 (estab. earlier). The Director. Oct. 5. Penny Weekly Journal. No. 1, Oct. 19. 8 S. vii. 188. The Advocate. Nov. 9. The Spy. Nov. 16. 1721. Terrae Filius. Jan. 11. The Echo. Jan. 14. The Exchange Evening Post. Jan. 16. The Daily Packet. Jan. 20. The Projector. Feb. 6. The Moderator. April 21. 1722. The Fairy Tatler. Feb. 3. Baker's News, or Whitehall Journal. May 29. The Englishman's Journal. June 6. Monthly Advices from Parnassus. Nov. 1724. Halfpenny Post; (Parker's, recently estab- lished ; another paper Read's of same title was also started in 1724). 11 S. iii. 432. The Humourist. London Postman. 11 S. ii. 475. The Monitor. Aug. 14. 1725. The Halfpenny London Journal. No. 10. Jan. 10. The Speculatist. July 3. The British Spy ; or Weekly Journal. Sept. 25. 1726. The Censor or Muster General of all News- papers. 7 S. ii. 216. The London Daily Post and General Advertiser. 1727. The Evening Entertainer. No. 4. Jan. 30. The Shuffler. Feb. 13. The Political Mercury. Feb. 15. 1728. A Guide into the Knowledge of Publick Affairs. May 6. 1730. CEdipus ; or the Postman Remounted. Feb. 24. The Weekly Register. April 19. 1731. The Correspondent. The Templar, Feb. 4. 1737. Warwick and Staffordshire Journal (London). No. 13, Nov. 12, 1737 ; No. 149, June 18, 1740. 11 S. ii. 78. 1739. Shropshire Journal (London). No. 73, Feb. 12. 11 S. ii. 26. 1746. National Journal or Country Gazette. No. 35. 10 S. x. 49. 1756. Court Magazine and Monthly Critic. 10 S. i. 295. 1766. Miscellanea Scientifica Curiosa. 7 S. iii. 209. 1769. Morning Chronicle. (Commenced in 1769.) 10 S. iv. 442, and 11 S. xii. 259. (In 'T.L.,' 1770.) c. 1774. Whimsical Depository. 10 S. ix. 510. 1775. Miscellanea Mathematica. US. ii. 347-8.