Early English Newspapers L-O

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Publication and date ranges listed in columns 1 and 2.  Column three indicates Reel Number.  Please include Reel Number for Media Commons staff

The Ladies

Mar. 30 – Dec. 1872

1781

 

Dec. 25, 1872 – Jan. 4, 1873

1782

The Lady’s newspaper and pictorial times

1847

4703

 

1848

4704

 

1849

4705

 

1850

4706

 

1851

4707

 

1852

4708

 

1853

4709

 

1854

4710

 

1855

4711

 

1856

4712

 

1857

4713

 

1858

4714

 

1859

4715

 

1860

4716

 

1861

4717

 

1862

4718

Last will and testament of the Earl of Pambroke

1650

1203

Late news or true relations

July 3, 1624

1203

Late proceedings of the Scottish army certifying their passing over Tyne: with the particulars

Mar. 12, 1644

1203

Laughing mercury: or, a true and perfect nocturnall, communicating many strange wonders

Oct. 27 – Nov. 3, 1652

1203

Letter dated London March 20, 1723 directed a Monsieur Grodon, Banquier a Bologne, with draughts of two affidavits enclosed

Mar. 20, 1723

1203

Letter from a country gentleman

Sept. 29, 1681

1203

Letter from on board the York-frigat now with Admiral Herbert

May 4, 1689

1203

Letter from the Right Honourable Sir Thomas Rowe, extraordinary embassadour for his majestie at Vienna

Jul 18, 1642

1203

Letter from the Scots commissioners to both Houses of Parliament

Dec. 20, 1647

1203

Letter of the King sent to Parliament of Paris

Jan. 31, 1649

1203

Letter to the Right Honourable William Pulteney, Esq.

May 2, 1723

1203

Letter which passed between Count Gyllengborg, the Barms Gortz, sparre, and others relating to the design of raising a rebellion in his Majesty’s dominions, to be supported by a force from Sweden

1711

1203

A list of new publication

July 1802 – Jan. 31, 1805

1615

Literary Fly

1779

165

Lloyds’ evening post and British chronicle

1758

166

 

1759

1023-1024

 

1761

1024-1025

 

1762

396-397

 

1763

398

 

1764

399-400

 

1765

401-402

 

Jan. – June 1766

1026

 

Jan. – June 1767

1027

 

1768

403-404

 

1769

405-406

 

1770

407

 

1773

1028

 

Jan. – Apr. 1775

1029

 

July – Dec. 1776

1031

 

1779

1032

 

June – Dec. 1780

1033

 

1781

167

 

1791

408-409

 

1792

410-411

 

1793

412-413

 

1794

414-415

 

1795

1034-1035

 

1796

1036-1037

 

1797

416-417

 

1798

418-419

 

1799

420-421

 

1800

422-423

Lloyd’s illustrated London newspaper

Nov. 27, 1842 – Jan. 8, 1843

2816

Lloyd’s list

1762, Jan. – June 1764, 1790 – 1797

674

Lloyd’s list

1801-1805

5094

 

1806-1811

5095

 

1812-1816

5096

 

1817-1820

5097

 

1821-1823

5098

 

1824-1826

5099

 

1827-1829

5100

 

1830-1832

5101

 

1833-1835

5102

 

1836-1837

5103

 

1838

5104

 

1839

5105

 

1840

5106

 

1841

5107

 

1842

5108

 

1843

5109

 

1844

5110

 

1845

5111

 

1846

5112

 

1847

5113

 

1848

5114

 

1849

5115

 

1850

5116

 

1851

5117

 

1852

5118

 

1853

5119

 

1854

5120-21

 

1855

5122-23

 

1856

5124-25

 

1857

5126-27

 

1858

5128-29

 

1859

5130-31

 

1860

5132-33

Lloyd’s news

Oct. 15 – Nov. 5, Dec. 8, 1696

1203

Lloyd’s Sunday news

June 2 – Dec. 29, 1918

2916

 

1919

2917

 

1920

2918-2919

 

1921

2920-2921

 

1922

2922-2923

 

Jan. – Sept. 1923

2924

Lloyd’s weekly London newspaper

1843

2816

 

1844

2817

 

1845

2818

 

1846

2819

 

1847

2820

 

Jan. – Aug. 27, 1848

2821

Lloyd’s weekly news

Nov. 30, 1902 – May 26, 1918

2916

Lloyd’s weekly news

Nov. 30 – Dec. 28, 1902

2888

 

1903

2889-2890

 

1904

2891-2892

 

1905

2893-2894

 

1906

2895-2896

 

1907

2897-2898

 

1908

2899-2900

 

1909

2901-2902

 

1910

2903-2904

 

1911

2905-2906

 

1912

2907-2908

 

1913

2909-2910

 

1914

2911-2912

 

1915

2913

 

1916

2914

 

1917

2915

Lloyd’s weekly newspaper

1849

2822

 

1850

2823

 

1851

2824

 

1852

2824

 

1853

2825

 

1854

2826

 

1855

2827

 

1856

2828

 

1857

2829

 

1858

2830

 

1859

2831

 

1860

2832

 

1861

2833

 

1862

2834

 

1863

2835

 

1864

2836

 

1865

2837

 

1866

2838

 

1867

2839

 

1868

2840

 

1869

2841

 

1870

2842

 

1871

2843

 

1872

2844

 

1873

2845

 

1874

2846

 

1875

2847

 

1876

2848

 

1877

2849

 

1878

2850

 

1879

2851

 

1880

2852

 

1881

2853

 

1882

2854

 

1883

2855

 

1884

2856

 

1885

2857

 

1886

2858

 

1887

2859

 

1888

2860

 

1889

2861

 

1890

2862

 

1891

2863-2864

 

1891

2865-2866

 

1892

2867-2868

 

1893

2869-2870

 

1894

2871-2872

 

1895

2873-2874

 

1896

2875-2876

 

1897

2877-2878

 

1898

2879-2880

 

1899

2881-2882

 

1900

2883-2884

 

1901

2885-2886

 

1902

2887-2888

Local government gazette

Aug. 23, 1888 – Dec. 26, 1889

1783

 

Jan. 1890 – Aug. 1891

1784

 

Sept. 1891 – 1892

1785

 

Jan. – Sept. 21,1893

1786

The Loiterer

Jan. 1789 – Mar. 1790

1394

London

Aug. 21, 1697; Jan. 7, Oct. 15, Oct. 20, 1698

1203

London and Brighton

1887 – 1888

4087

 

1889 – June 1890

4088

 

July 1890 – Oct. 26, 1892

4089

The London and China telegraph

Nov. 1859 – Dec. 1860

2954

 

1861

2955

 

1862

2956

 

1863

2957

 

1864

2958

 

1865

2959

 

1866

2960

 

1867

2961

 

1868

2962

 

1869

2963

 

1870

2964

 

1871

2965

 

1872

2966

 

1873

2967

 

1874

2968

 

1875

2969

 

1876

2970

 

1877

2971

 

1878

2972

 

1879

2973

 

1880

2974

 

1881

2975

 

1882

2976

 

1883

2977

 

1884

2978

 

1885

2979

 

1886

2980

 

1887

2981

 

1888

2982

 

1889

2983

 

1890

2984

 

1891

2985

 

1892

2986

 

1893

2987

 

1894

2988

 

1895

2989

 

1896

2990

 

1897

2991

 

1898

2992

 

1899

2993

 

1900

2994

 

1901

2995

 

1902

2996

 

1903

2997

 

1904

2998

 

1905

2999

 

1906

3000

 

1907

3001

 

1908

3002

 

1909

3003

 

1910

3004

 

1911

3005

 

1912

3006-3007

 

1913

3008-3009

 

1914

3010

 

1915

3011

 

1916

3012

 

1917

3013

 

1918

3014

 

1919

3015

 

1920

3016

 

1921

3017

The London and Liverpool advertiser

July 3 – Dec. 18, 1847

2751

The London and provincial gazette and political inquisitor

1818 – 1820

4070

 

Jan – May 11, 1823

4071

The London argus

Apr. – Dec. 1897

3716

 

1898

3717-3718

 

1899

3719-3720

 

1900

3721-3722

 

1901

3723-3724

 

1902

3725-3726

 

1903

3727-3728

 

1904

3729-3730

 

1905

3731

 

1906

3732

 

Jan. – June 1907

3733

London chronicle

1759

175

 

1760

425

 

1761

176

 

1762

177

 

1764

426-427

 

Jul. 1765 – June 1767

731

 

July 1772 – 1773

732

 

1774

733

 

1775

734

 

1776

735

 

1777

736

 

1778

737-738

 

1779

739

 

1780

740

 

1782

741

 

1785

742

 

Jan. – June 1789

743

 

1790

744-745

 

1791

746-747

 

1792

748-749

 

1793

750-751

 

1794

752-753

 

July – Dec. 1796

754

 

1797

755-756

 

1798

757-758

 

Jan. – June 1799

759

 

1800

760-761

London chronicle; or, universal evening post

1759

175

 

1760

425

 

1761

176

 

1762

177

 

1764

426-427

 

1757

675

 

1758

676

 

Jan. – Sept. 1763

677

 

Jan. – Jun. 1765

678

London courant

Jan. 5/8, 1689

1203

London courant and Westminster chronicle

Nov. 25, 1779 - 1780

6090

 

1780

428-429

 

1781

831-832

London courant: or, new advertiser

1747

666

London daily advertiser

Mar. – Dec. 1751

431-432

 

1752

861-862

 

Jan. – June 1753

863

London daily post, and general advertiser

1734 - 1735

1018

 

1736

432

 

1738

433

 

1739

434

 

1740

178

 

1741

435

London diurnal

Feb. 1/8, 1660

1203

The London dispatch

May 20 – Dec. 1838

4191

 

Jan. - Oct. 6, 1839

4192

The London dispatch and people’s political and social reformer

Sept. 17 – Dec. 1836

4188

 

. 1837

4189-4190

 

Jan. – May 13, 1838

4191

London evening chronicle

Aug. 1824 – Nov. 7, 1825

4164

London evening post

1727-June 1729

679

 

1730

436

 

1731

437

 

1732

438

 

1733

180

 

1734

181

 

1735

182

 

1736

183

 

1737

184

 

1738

185

 

1739

186

 

1740

187

 

1741

188

 

1742

189

 

1743

190

 

1744

191

 

1745

680

 

1746

192

 

1747

193

 

1748

439

 

1749

681

 

1750

440

 

1751

441

 

1752

442

 

1753

443

 

1754

444

 

1755

445

 

1756

446

 

1757

447

 

1758

448

 

1759

449

 

1760

450

 

1761

451

 

1762

452

 

1763

453

 

1764

454

 

1765

455

 

1766

456

 

1767

457

 

1770

682

 

1771

194

 

1772

195

 

1774

683

 

1775

196

 

1776

684

 

1777

685

 

1778

197

 

1779

686

 

1780

687

 

1782, 1797

688

The London evening post

Mar. 14, 1771 - Dec. 1790

6113

London gazette

1665 – 1670

1135

 

1671 – 1675

1136

 

1676 – 1680

1137

 

1681 – 1685

1138

 

1686 – 1690

1139

 

1691 – 1695

1140

 

1696 – 1700

1141

 

1701

198

 

1702

199

 

1703

200

 

1704 - 1705

201

 

1706 – 1707

202

 

1708 – 1709

203

 

1710 – 1712

458

 

1715

884

 

1716 – 1719

204

 

1722 – 1723

459

 

1724 – 1726

460

 

1727 – 1729

461

 

1730 – 1731

462

 

1732 – 1733

1142

 

1734 – 1736

463

 

1738 – 1739

205

 

1740 – 1741

464

 

1743

1143

 

1744

465

 

1745

466

 

1746

206

 

1747

467

 

1748

468

 

1750

469

 

1751

470

 

1753

471

 

1754

472

 

1755

473

 

1756

474

 

1757 – 1758

475

 

1759

476

 

1760

1144

 

1761

477

 

1762

478

 

1763 – 1764

1145

 

July 1772 – Aug. 1773

1146

 

1774

479

 

1776 – 1777

1147

 

1778

1148

 

1779

1149

 

1781 – 1783

207

 

1784

208

 

1785 – 1786

480

 

1787

481

 

1788

209

London Journal

1725 – 1729

210

 

1730 – 1732

211

 

1733 – 1734

212

The London general advertiser

July 22, 1865 – 1866

4209

The London Magazine

Apr. 1732 - 1733

5829

 

1734 - 1735

5830

 

1736 - 1737

5831

 

1738 - 1739

5832

 

1740 - 1741

5833

 

1742 - 1743

5834

 

1744 - 1745

5835

 

1746 - 1747

5836

 

1748 - 1749

5837

 

1750 - 1751

5838

 

1752 - 1753

5839

 

1754 - 1755

5840

 

1756 - 1757

5841

 

1758 - 1759

5842

 

1760 - 1761

5843

 

1762 - 1763

5844

 

1764 - 1765

5845

 

1766 - 1767

5846

 

1768 - 1769

5847

 

1770 - 1771

5848

 

1772 - 1773

5849

 

1774 - 1775

5850

 

1776 - 1777

5851

 

1778 - 1779

5852

 

1780 - 1781

5853

 

1782 - 1783

5853

 

1784 - 1785

5877

London magpie

Jan. – Sept. 1883

3187

The London mail

Mar. 8, 1853 – Dec. 26, 1855

3123

 

1856 – 1857

3124

London medical journal

1781 - 1782

5903

 

1783 - 1784

5904

London mercury

1682

1190

The London mercury

Sept. 18, 1836 – Sept. 17, 1837

4156

The London mercury

Oct. 24, 1891 – Apr. 29, 1893

1782

London mercury: or moderate intelligencer

Dec. 15 – Jan. 3, 1688/89 – Jan. 10 – Feb. 14, 1689

1203

The London morning

Sept. 5 – Oct. 1898

4040

 

Nov. – Dec. 1898

4041

 

Jan. – Feb. 1899

4042

 

Mar. – Apr. 22, 1899

4043

London morning advertiser

Oct. – Dec. 1741; Jan. – May 1743

1096

London morning penny post

May – Oct. 1751

1131

London news-letter with foreign and domestick occurences

Apr. – June 1696

1190

London packet

Nov. 3, 1784 - Apr. 3, 1789

6103

London packet, or, new Lloyd’s evening post

1782 – 1783

833

 

1793

834

 

1794

835

 

1795

836

 

1796

837

 

1797

838

 

1798

839

 

1799

840

 

1800

841

London post

Sept. 10 – Oct. 1, Nov. 19 – Dec. 16, 1644

1203

 

 

 

London post: faithfully communicating his intelligence of the proceedings of Parliament, and many other memorable passages

1645

1203

London post with intelligence foreign and domestick

July 1699 – Mar. 1702

1175

The London press

June 15, 1889 – Jan. 25, 1890

3739

The London recorder and Sunday reformer

Jan. 1806 – July 9, 1809

4187

London recorder or Sunday gazette

Jan. – May 1792

1175

The London review

May 7, 1898 – Jan. 28, 1899

3125

The London slip of news, both foreign and domestick

June 6, 1699

1203

London spy

1698 – Apr. 1900

1173

The London terraefilius; or the satyrical reformer

1707 – 1708

1394

The London weekly paper, and organ of the middle classes

May 15, 1852 – Nov. 6, 1852

3018

Lounger

1785 – 1787

46

Lover

Feb. – Apr. 1714

1175

Loyal impartial mercury, or, news both foreign and domestick

June 9 – Nov. 17, 1682

1203

 

Loyal intelligence, or news both from city and country

Mar. 16 – Mar. 31, 1680

1203

Loyal London mercury: or, the currant intelligence

Sept. – Nov. 1682

1190

Loyal London mercury: or the moderate intelligencer

June 14 – Aug. 2, 1682

1203

Loyal Protestant and true domestick intelligence, or news both from city and country

1681 – 1683

1190

Ludlow postman; or, the weekly journal

1719

1175

Die Lunae

Mar. 25, 1644, May 20, 1661

1202

The Magpie

Jan. 20, 1883

3187

Man. A paper for ennobling the species

1755

213

Man in the moon discovering a world of knavery under the sunne

Apr. – June 1649

1191

The Manufacturer and inventor

1887

1786

 

1888 – 1889

1787

 

1890 – Oct. 20,1891

1788

Manuscript pages of Charles A. Burney

1694 – 1708

1192

Medley

1710 – Jul. 1712

1065

Memoirs of Madam Maintenon, M:rs of K. Lewis XIV:th of France

1691

1204

Memoirs of the present state of Europe, or the monthly account & c.

Apr. 1692

1204

The Mercantile chronicle

July 20, 1821 – Jan. 10, 1823

4256

Mercator, or, commerce retrieved

1713 – Jul 1714

1065

Mercurius academicus: Communicating the intelligence and affairs of Oxford to the rest of the passive party throughout the kingdom

Apr. 15, 1648

1204

Mercurius & C Veridicus – not mutus – not yet

Jan. 17, Jan. 31 – Feb. 6, 1644

1205

Mercurius anglicus

Aug. 3, 1648

1204

Mercurius anglicus or, a post from the north

Jan. 31, 1644

1204

Mercurius anglicus, or, the weekly occurrences faithfully transmitted

1679  - 1680

1193

Mercurius anti-melanchollicus, or newes from Westminster, and all other parts

Sept. 24, 1647

1204

Mercurius anti-mercurius

Sept. 12 – Oct. 2, 1648

1204

Mercurius anti-pragmaticus communicating some remarkable intelligence

Oct. – Nov. 1647

1193

Mercurius aquaticus, his answer to Britanicus

1643

1204

Mercurius aquaticus or the water poets

Dec. (?) 1643

1204

Mercurius aulicus

1648

1204

Mercurius aulicus, a diurnall communicating the intelligence and affairs of the court to the rest of the court to the rest of the kingdom

Jan. 8, 1643

1204

Mercurius aulicus, against communicating intelligence from all parts of the kingdom

Feb. 3 – 17, May 11 – 18, 1648

1204

Mercurius bellicus: or, an alarum to all rebels tam marte, quam mercurio

Nov. 22/29, 1647, Apr. 25 – June 20, 1648

1204

Mercurius bellicus, the fourth intelligence from reading dated from his excellency

Apr. 30, 1643

1204

Mercurius britannicus, communicating his most partial intelligence from all parts, touching all humours, affairs, and designs, in the three nations

Nov. 30 – Dec. 7, 1652

1204

Mercurius britanicus: communicating the affairs of Great Britaine for the better information of the people

1643 – 1644, Sept. – Dec. 1645

1112

Mercurius britanicus, his welcome to hell with the devills blessing to britannicus

(Feb. 25) 1647

1204

Mercurius britannicus, or the weekly observator

Mar. 17, 1693

1204

Mercurius cambro-britannicus

Nov. 13/20, 1643; Jan. 17/24 1644

1204

Mercurius candidus, communicating the weekly news to the kingdome of England

Jan. 20/28, 1647

1204

Mercurius civicus: London intelligencer or, truth impartially related thence to the whole kingdome, to prevent mis-information

[1644; 1646]

1204

Mercurius civicus, or the cities intelligencer

May 1/8, 1660

1205

Mercurius civicus, or the city mercury

June 4, 1680

1205

Mercurius coelicus or, a caveat to all the people & c.

Jan. 24, 1644

1205

Mercurius democritus

[1652 – 1654]

1205

Mercurius democritus, or, a perfect nocturnal

May – Aug. 1659

1193

Mercurius democritus, or, a true and perfect nocturnall, communicating news of the world in the moon

Apr. 8, Apr. 13/21, 1652

1205

Mercurius democritus or, the smoaking nocturnal

May 22/28, 1661

1205

Mercurius diabolicus or hells intelligencer

1647

1205

Mercurius diutinus collector of the affairs of Great Britaine and martiall proceedings in Europe

Jan. 27 – Feb. 10, 1646

1205

Mercurius dogmaticus

Jan. 6/13, 1648

1205

Mercurius elencticus, communicating his most impartial intelligence from all parts; more especially touching the real state, and general affairs of England, Scotland, and Ireland

June 10/17, June  24/July 1, 1651

1205

Mercurius elencticus, communicating the unparallel’d proceedings of Westminster

1647 – Sept. 1649

1193

Mercurius fumigosus: or, the smoking nocturnall

July 1654 –Sept 1655

1190

Mercurius honestus, or news from Westminster

1648

1205

Mercurius impartialis: or, an answer to that treasonable pamphlet, Mercurius militaris; together with the moderate

Dec. 5/12, 1648

1205

Mercurius infernus: or, news from the other world

Apr. 1, 1679

1205

Mercurius latinus

1746

1175

Mercurius libraius

Nov. 22, 1669

1205

Mercurius medicus or, a soveraigne salve for these sick times

1647

1205

Mercurius melancholicus, for King Charles the Second

May 31 – June 7, 1649

1205

Mercurius melancholius: or, newes from Westminster and other parts

Sept. – Dec. 1647; Apr. – Sept. 1648

1191

Mercurius militans, with his hags haunting cruelty, and his bays crowning clemency: historically suited to our long wished peace

(Nov. 14), 1648

1205

Mercurius militaris: communicating from all parts of England, Scotland and Ireland, all martial enterprizes, designs, and sucesses

Oct. 10 – 17, 1648

1205

Mercurius militaris or times only truthteller

May 22/29, 1649

1205

Mercurius pacificus

May 31, 1649

1205

Mercurius pacificus, his lectures of concord seasonably read to our destructive discords, from small sparks to great flames now in hope to be quencht by a treaty of peace

(Nov. 8), 1648

1205

Mercurius phanaticu, or mercury temporizing

Mar. 14, 1664 (i.e. 1660)

1205

Mercurius philo-monarchicus: communicating intelligence from all parts

Apr. 10/17, May 14/21, 1649

1205

Mercurius politicus, comprising the sum of forreine intelligence, with the affairs now on foot in the three nations of England, Scotland and Ireland – for the information of the people

Oct. 1655 – Dec. 1656

1123

 

1657

1124

 

1658

1125

 

1659

1126

 

1660

1127

Mercurius politicus comprising the summe of all intelligence, with affairs and designs now on foot, in the three nations of England, Scotland, and Ireland. In Defence of the Commonwealth, and for information of the people

1643 – 1645

1121

 

Sept. – Dec. 1645

1122

Mercurius politicus; or, an antidote to popular misrepresentations

1705

1065

Mercurius pragmaticus

Apr. – Sept. 1649

1176

Mercurius pragmaticus, communicating his most impartial intelligence from all parts

1652

1176

Mercurius pragmaticus, communicating intelligence from all parts

1647 – 1648

1176

Mercurius pragmaticus, taking an serious view of the present condition, proceedings and conspirecies of the distracted part of the world

July 15/22, 1651

1205

Mercurius publicus: being a summary of the whole weeks intelligence: faithfully communicating all material occurrences, both domestick and foreign

Feb. 21/28, Mar. 11/18, 1680

1205

Mercurius publicus communicating emergent occurences, and severall passages of the times for the further discovery of that mystery of iniquity the present Parliament at Westminster and the timely information of the abused people at England

Jun. 6 – Dec. 26, 1650

1205

Mercurius publicus: comprising the sum of all affairs now in agitation in England, Scotland, and Ireland together with forrain intelligence; for information of the people, and to prevent false news

1661

1155

 

1662 – Aug. 1663

1156

Mercurius reformatus: or, the new observator

May 1689 – Nov. 1691

1191

Mercurius rusticus or, the countries of murthers, robberies, plunderings, and other outrages committed by the bells on his majesties faithfull subjects

July 29, 1643

1205

Mercurius scoticus: or, the royal messenger: impartially communicating the daily proceedings of the armies in England, Ireland, and Scotland; and other remarkable occurrences from the Parliament navy at sea, Prince Rupert’s fleet in the straits; and the countess at Derby in the Isle of Man & c.

Sept. 23/30, 1651

1205

Mercurius theologicus; or the monthly instructor

1700 – 1701

1395

Mercurius urbanicus, or, newes from London and Westminster, and other parts

May 2/9, 1648

1205

Mercurius vapulans or naworth stript and whipt

Mar. 4, 1644

1205

Mercurius veridicus, communicating such intelligence as is brought to him

Feb. 27 – Mar. 5, 1644

1205

Mercurius veridicus, communicating the best and truest intelligence from all parts of England

Jan. 7, 1681

1205

Mercurius veridicus or the true intelligencer

Mar. 28/Apr. 4, 1644

1205

Mercurius veridicus or, true informations, of special and remarkable passages, from both Houses of Parliament and severall counties of the Kingdome

[July – Dec. 1645, Dec. 30/Jan 6, 1646}

1205

Mercurius veridicus or the true intelligencer

Mar. 28/Apr. 4, 1644

1205

Mercurius veridicus or, true informations, of special and remarkable passages, from both Houses of Parliament and severall counties of the kingdome

[July – Dec. 1645, Jan. 1646]

1205

Mercury: or advertisements concerning trade

Feb. 14 – 21, Feb. 28 – Mar. 7, 1677

1205

The Meteors

1799 – 1800

1395

The Methodist

1884

1789

Methodist magazine

1798 – 1799

482

 

1800 – 1801

483

 

1802 – 1803

484

 

1804 – 1805

485

 

1806 – 1807

486

 

1808 – 1809

487

 

1810 – 1811

488

 

1812

489

 

1813

490

 

1814

491

 

1815

492

 

1816

493

 

1817

494

 

1818

495

 

1819

496

 

1820

497

The Methodist monitor

1796 - 1797

6102

Metropolitan conservative journal

Oct. 8, 1836 – June 9, 1838

4083

Metropolitan conservative journal and Church of England gazette

June 16 – 30, 1838

4083

 

July 1838 – May 25, 1839

4084

Metropolitan nuncio or times only truth-teller

May 30 – Jun. 13, 1649

1205

The Middlesex courier

1891 – 1892

2412

 

1893 – 1894

2413

 

1895

2414

 

1896 - 1897

2415

Middlesex journal, and evening advertiser

1775

498

 

1776

646

Middlesex journal; or, chronicle of liberty

1769

499

 

1770

667

 

1771

214

 

1772

500

The Middlesex messenger

Feb. 22, 1889 – Oct. 11, 1889

3126

Military actions of Europe as also the concils made publique relating there to: With such other particulars that happen

Oct. 27 – Nov. 2, 1646

1205

The Military register

Mar. – Dec. 1814

1527

 

1815

1528

 

1816 – June 1817

1529

 

June – Dec. 1818

1530

 

1819

1531

 

1820 – Apr. 1821

1532

Military scribe, declaring his war like relations to the people

Feb. 20 – Mar. 5, Mar. 26 – Apr. 2, 1644

1205

Millions and Channel Coast magazine

Oct. 15, 1913 – July 15, 1914

3711

Millions, the Magazine for all

Oct. 1912 – Sept. 1913

3711

Miner

Mar. – June 1863

1453

Miner and workman’s advocate

June – Dec. 1863

1453

 

1864

1454

 

1865

1455

Mirror

1779 – 1780

165

Mirror of the times

1798 – 1799

1022

The Missionary magazine. A periodical monthly publication intended as a repository of discussion. An intelligence respecting the process of the gospel throughout the world

July 1796 – 1801

1208

 

1802 – 1807

1209

 

1808 - 1813

1210

Mr. Gerce’s case of conscience sifted

1648

1191

Mistris Parliament presented in her bed after the fore and ravaile and hard labour which she endured last weeke in the birth of her monstrous off-spring, the childe of deformation

1648

1205

Mist’s weekly journal

1725 – 1728

885

The Mitre and crown

Oct. 1748-Jan. 1751

6101

Mock-pres: or, the encounter of happy lungs and jalper hem

1681

1205

Moderate intelligencer

Aug. 23 – 28, Sept. 28 – Oct. 2, 1682

1205

Moderate intelligencer: impartially communicating martial affairs to the Kingdome of England

1645 – 1646

1157

 

1647 - 1648

1158

Moderate mercury: faithfully communicating divers remarkable passages both foreign and domestique

Jun. 14/21, 1649

1205

Moderate occurrences: faithfully communicating the impartial proceedings of the English and Dutch navies at sea; the affairs and disigns now on foot in England, Scotland, France, Ireland, Denmark, Holland, and other parts in Europe

May 17 – 24, 1653

1205

Moderator

1719

213

Modest narrative of intelligence fitted for the Republique of England and Ireland

June 16/23, 1649

1205

Momus ridens or, comical remarks on the public reports

1690

1205

Monethly account

Nov. 1687 – June 1688

1200

Monitor, or British freeholder

1755 – 1758

215

 

1759 - 1762

216

Monthly account of the present state affairs, etc.

Mar. 1700

1205

Montly chronicle

1729 – 1731

806

The Monthly literary advertiser

May 10, 1805 – 1824

1615

 

1825 – Jan. 11, 1842

1616

The Monthly magazine and British register

1797 – July 1799

1262

 

Aug. 1799 – Jan. 1802

1263

 

Feb. 1802 – Jan. 1804

1264

 

Feb. 1804 – Jan. 1806

1265

 

Feb. 1806 – Jan. 1808

1266

 

Feb. 1808 – Jan. 1810

1267

 

Feb. 1810 – Jan. 1812

1268

 

Feb. 1812 – July 1814

1269

 

Aug. 1814 – Jan. 1817

1270

 

Feb. 1817 – Jan. 1819

1271

 

Feb. 1819 – Jan. 1821

1272

Monthly register: or memoirs of the affairs of Europe, & c.

Dec. (?) 1704

1205

The Monthly review; or literary journal

May 1749 – 1752

1215

 

1753 – 1755

1216

 

1756 –  June 1758

1217

 

July 1748 – 1760

1218

 

1761 – 1763

1219

 

1764 – June 1766

1220

 

July 1766 – 1768

1221

 

1769 – June 1771

1222

 

July 1771 – 1773

1223

 

1774 – June 1776

1224

 

July 1776 – 1778

1225

 

1779 – June 1781

1226

 

July 1781 – 1783

1227

 

1784 – June 1786

1228

 

July 1786 – 1787

1229

 

1788 - 1789

1230

 

1790 – Aug. 1791

1231

 

Sept. 1791 – Apr. 1793

1232

 

May 1793 – 1794

1233

 

1795 – Aug. 1796

1234

 

Sept. 1796 – Apr. 1798

1235

 

May 1798 – 1799

1236

 

1800 – 1801

1237

 

1802 – 1803

1238

 

1804 – 1805

1239

 

1806 – 1807

1240

 

1808 – 1809

1241

 

1810 – 1811

1242

 

1812 – 1813

1243

 

1814 – 1815

1244

 

1816 – 1817

1245

 

1818

1246

 

1819 - 1820

1247

The Morning

May 21 – Dec. 1892

4016

 

1893

4017-4029

 

1894

4020-4022

 

1895

4023-4026

 

1896

4027-4031

 

1897

4032-4035

 

Jan. – June 1898

4036-4038

 

July – Aug. 1898

4039

(followed by the London Morning)

Sept.1 – 3, 1898

4040

Morning Advertiser

June 21, 1804 – Mar. 31, 1806

5575

 

Apr. 1806 – Dec. 1806

5576-5578

 

1807

5579-5581

 

1808

5582-5584

 

1809

5585-5587

 

1810

5588-5590

 

1818

5591-5592

 

1819

5593-5594

 

1820

5595-5596

 

1821

5597-5598

 

1822

5599-5600

 

1823

5601-5602

 

1824

5603-5604

 

1825

5605-5606

 

1826

5607-5608

 

1827

5609-5610

 

1828

5611-5612

 

1829

5613-5614

 

1830

5615-5616

 

1831

5617-1618

 

1832

5619-5620

 

1833

5621-5622

 

1834

5623-5624

 

1835

5625-5626

 

1836

5627-5628

 

1837

5629-5630

 

1838

5631-5632

 

1839

5633-5634

 

1840

5635-5636

 

1840

5637-5638

 

1842

5639-5640

 

1843

5641-5642

 

1844

5643-5644

 

1845

5645-5646

 

1846

5647-5648

 

1847

5649-5650

 

1848

5651-5652

 

1849

5653-5654

 

1850

5655-5656

 

1851

5657-5660

 

1852

5661-5664

 

1853

5665-5670

 

1854

5671-5674

 

1855

5675-5678

 

1856

5679-5682

 

1857

5683-5686

 

1858

5687-5691

 

1859

5692-5697

 

1860

5698-5703

Morning chronicle

1791

762-763

 

Jan. – Apr. 1792

764

 

1793

501-502

 

1794

765-766

 

1795

217-218

 

1796

767-768

 

1797

769-770

 

1798

219-220

 

Jan. – June 1799

771

 

July – Dec. 1799

772

 

Jan. – June 1800

773

 

July – Dec. 1800

774

The Morning Chronicle

1801

4778-4779

 

1802

4780-4781

 

1803

4782-4783

 

1804

4784-4785

 

1805

4786-4787

 

1806

4788-4789

 

1807

4790-4791

 

1808

4792-4793

 

1809

4794-4795

 

1810

4796-4797

 

1811

4798-4799

 

1812

4800-4801

 

1813

4802-4803

 

1814

4804-4805

 

1815

4806-4807

 

1816

4808-4809

 

1817

4810-4811

 

1818

4812-4813

 

1819

4814-4815

 

1820

4816-4817

 

1821

4818-4819

 

1822

4820-4821

 

1823

4822-4823

 

1824

4824-4825

 

1825

4826-4827

 

1826

4828-4829

 

1827

4830-4831

 

1828

4832-4833

 

1829

4834-4835

 

1830

4836-4837

 

1831

4838-4839

 

1832

4840-4841

 

1833

4842-4843

 

1834

4844-4845

 

1835

4846-4847

 

1836

4848-4849

 

1837

4850-4851

 

1838

4852-4853

 

1839

4854-4855

 

1840

4856-4857

 

1841

4858-4860

 

1842

4861-4863

 

1843

4864-4866

 

1844

4867-4871

 

1845

4872-4877

 

1846

4878-4883

 

Jan. - Dec. 15, 1847

4884-4888

 

Dec. 16,1847-June 1848

4889-4893

 

July-Dec. 1848

4894-4899

 

Jan. - June 1849

4900-4905

 

July - Dec. 1849

4906-4911

 

Jan. - June 1850

4912-4917

 

July - Dec. 1850

4918-4923

 

Jan. - June 1851

4924-4929

 

July-Dec. 1851

4930-4935

 

Jan.-June 1852

4936-4941

 

July-Dec. 1852

4942--4947

 

Jan.-June 1853

4948-4953

 

July-Dec. 1853

4954-4959

 

Jan.-June 1854

4960-4965

 

July-Dec. 1854

4966-4971

 

Jan.-June 1855

4972-4977

 

July-Dec. 1855

4978-4983

 

Jan.-July 1856

4984-4987

 

Aug.1856 - Jan. 1857

4988-4990

 

Feb.-June 1857

4991-4994

 

July-Dec. 1857

4995-5000

 

Jan.-June 1858

5001-5006

 

July-Dec. 1858

5007-5012

 

Jan. - June 1859

5013-5018

 

July-Dec. 1859

5019-5024

 

1860

5025-5033

 

1861

5034-5037

 

1862

5038

Morning chronicle, and London advertiser

May – Dec. 1772

712

 

1773

713-714

 

1774

503-504

 

1775

505-506

 

1776

715-716

 

1777

717-718

 

1778

719-720

 

1779

721-722

 

1780

723-724

 

1781

507-508

 

1782

509-510

 

1783

725-726

 

1784

511-512

 

1785

727-728

 

1786

513-514

 

1787

221-222

 

1788

729-730

Morning herald

1786

937-938

 

1787

939

 

1797

940

 

1798

941-942

 

1799

943-944

 

1800

945-946

Morning herald and daily advertiser

1781

886-887

 

1782

515-516

 

1783

517-518

 

1784

519-520

 

1785

888-889

The Morning mail

Apr. 25, 1864 – July 15, 1865

4209

The Morning news

Mar.-Dec. 1856

4325-4326

 

1857

4327-4328

 

1858

4329-4330

 

Jan. 1859

4331

The Morning news and public ledger

Apr. 21 – Aug. 1834

4681

 

Sept. 1834 – Mar. 1835

4682

Morning post

1793

693-694

 

1794

223-224

The Morning post (continuation of The Morning post and gazetteer)

July – Dec. 1803

5138

 

1804

5139

 

1805

5140

 

1806

5141-2

 

1807

5143

 

1808

5144

 

1809

5145-47

 

1810

5148-49

 

1811

5150-52

 

Feb.-Dec. 1813

5153-55

 

1814

5156-58

 

1815

5159-60

 

1816

5161-62

 

1817

5163-64

 

1818

5165-66

 

1819

5167-68

 

1820

5169-70

 

1821

5171-72

 

1822

5173-74

 

1823

5175-76

 

1824

5177-78

 

1825

5179-80

 

1826

5181-82

 

1827

5183-84

 

1828

5185-86

 

1829

5187-88

 

1830

5189-90

 

1831

5191-92

 

1832

5193-94

 

1833

5195-96

 

1834

5197-98

 

1835

5199-5200

 

1836

5201-02

 

1837

5203-04

 

1838

5205-06

 

1839

5207-08

 

1840

5209-10

 

1841

5211-12

 

1842

5213-15

 

1843

5216-18

 

1844

5219-21

 

1845

5222-25

 

1846

5226-29

 

1847

5230-32

 

1848

5233-36

 

1849

5237-40

 

1850

5241-44

 

1851

5245-48

 

1852

5249-52

 

1853

5253-56

 

1854

5257-60

 

1855

5261-64

 

1856

5265-68

 

1857

5269-72

 

1858

5273-76

 

1859

5277-80

 

1860

5281-84

 

1861

5413-24

 

1862

5425-36

 

1863

5437-40

 

1864

5441-44

 

1865

5445-48

 

1866

5449-52

 

1867

5453-56

 

1868

5457-64

 

1870

5465-68

 

1871

5469-72

 

1872

5473-76

 

1873

5477-80

 

1874

5481-84

 

1875

5485-88

 

1876

5489-92

 

1877

5493-96

 

1878

5497-5500

 

1879

5501-04

 

1880

5505-08

Morning post, and daily advertiser

1775

1069-1070

 

1776

1071-1072

 

1777

1073-1074

 

1778

1075-1076

 

1779

1077-1078

 

1780

1079-1080

 

July – Dec. 1782

1081

 

July – Dec. 1783

1082

 

1784

1083-1084

 

1785

1085-1086

 

1786

225-226

 

1788

227-228

 

1789

521-522

 

1791

1087-1088

Morning post and fashionable world

1795

523-524

 

1796

807-808

 

Mar. – Sept. 1797

809

Morning post and gazetteer

1798

525-526

 

1799

864-865

 

1800

866-867

 

1801

5134-5135

 

1802

5136

 

Jan. – June 1803

5137

Morning star

Apr. – Oct. 1789

668

Mrs. Parliament, her invitation of Mrs. London, to a thanksgiving dinner

1648

1205

The Municipal gazette and London argus

July 6 – Dec. 1907

3733

 

1908

3734

 

1909

3735

Musical courier

Sept. 1894; Nov. 21 – Dec. 26, 1895

1789

 

Jan. – Dec. 3, 1896

1790

 

Dec. 10, 1896 – Dec. 13, 1894

1791

The National

Mar. 14, 1846 – Mar. 10, 1849

4165

The National adviser and literary, commercial and agricultural register

Aug. 10, 1811 – Dec. 2, 1812

4093

 

 

 

 

 

 

The National Register

1808

3835

 

1809

3836

 

1810

3837

 

1811

3838

 

1812

3839

 

1813

3840

 

1814

3841

 

1815

3842

 

1816

3843

 

1817

3844

 

1819

3845

 

1820

3846

 

1821

3847

 

Jan. – May 12, 1823

3848

The Nautical standard

1846

1533

 

1847

1534

 

1848

1535

 

1849

1536

 

1850

1537

 

1851

1538

 

1852

1539

 

1853 – Feb. 1854

1540

Naval chronicle

1799 – Jan. 1801

1367

 

1801 – 1802

1368

 

1803 – 1804

1369

 

1805 – 1806

1370

 

1807 – 1808

1371

 

1809 – 1810

1372

 

1811 – June 1813

1373

 

July 1813 – June 1815

1374

 

July 1815 – June 1817

1375

 

July – Dec. 1817

1376

The New annual register, or general repository, of history, politics, and literature

1781 – 1785

1248

 

1786 – 1790

1249

 

1791 – 1794

1250

 

1795 – 1798

1251

 

1799 – 1802

1252

 

1803 – 1806

1253

 

1807 – 1809

1254

 

1810 – 1812

1255

 

1813 – 1816

1256

 

1817 - 1820

1257

New Dialogue betwixt Heraclitus and Towzer, concerning the times

1681

1206

New England courant

1721 – Sept. 1723

1208

New memoirs of literature

1725

1376

 

1726 - 1727

1377

New mercury called mercurius problematicus

1644

1206

A New miscellany

1734, 1737 – 1739

1377

New news-book: or, occurrences forreign and domestick, impartially related

Apr. 23, 1681

1206

New News, strange news, true news, and upon the matter, no news

(June 15?) 1648

1206

The New Owen's weekly chronicle

Apr. 8, 1758 - Nov. 17, 1764

6108

A New review, with literary curiosities and literary intelligence

Feb. – June 1782

1377

 

1782 – 1784

1378

 

1784 – June 1785

1379

The New spectator with the sage opinions of John Bull

Feb. 1784 – June 1785

1379

New state of Europe or a true account of publick transactions and learning

Nov. 6 – 8, 1701

1206

The New times

Jan. – Mar. 1818

1848

 

Apr. – Sept. 1818

1849

 

Oct. 1818 – Mar.  1819

1850

 

Apr. – Oct. 1819

1851

 

Nov. 1819 – May 1820

1852

 

June – Dec. 1820

1853

 

1821

1854-1855

 

1822

1856-1857

 

1823

1858-1859

 

1824

1860-1861

 

1825

1862-1863

 

1826

1864-1865

 

1827

1866-1867

 

1828

1868-1869

 

1829

1870-1871

 

Jan. – May 1830

1872

The New Tom Spring’s life in London and sporting times

Oct. 28, 1843 – Dec. 7, 1855

4331

The New weekly dispatch

Sept. 8, 1833 – Jan. 18, 1835

3761

The New wonderful magazine

Jan. 1793

6093

Newcastle account

July 1724 – Apr. 1725

1022

Newes and affaires of Europe

Jan. 7 – Mar. 6, 1624

1206

Newes from Europe: with the particular accidents

Mar. 19, 1624

1206

Newes of Europe, with all such particular accidents, as have changed in severall provinces

Apr. 20, 1624

1206

Newes, published for the satisfaction and information of the people

 

1113

 

 

1114

The News

May 19, 1805 – 1807

3849

 

Feb. 21, 1808 – 1809

3850

 

1810 – 1811

3851

 

1812 – 1813

3852

 

1814 – 1815

3853

 

1816 – 1817

3854

 

1818

3855

 

1819

3856

 

1820

3857

 

1821

3858

 

1822

3859

 

1823

3860

 

1824

3861

 

1825

3862

 

1826

3863

 

1827

3864

 

1828

3865

 

1829

3866

 

1830

3867

 

1831

3868

 

1832

3869

 

1833

3870

 

1834

3871

 

Jan. – June 1835

3872

The News and Sunday herald

July – Dec. 1835

3872

 

1836

3873

 

Jan. – May 1, 1837

3874

The News and Sunday globe

May 7 – Dec. 1837

3872

 

1838

3873

 

Jan. – Aug. 26 1839

3876

News from Parnassus

Jan. 27 – Feb. 2, 1680

1206

News of the week

Oct. 9, 1897 – June 25, 1898

3809

 

July – Dec. 1898

3810

 

1899

3811

 

Jan. – Oct. 1900

3812

The News of the week and Bloomsbury reporter

Aug. 23, 1856 – Mar. 6, 1858

3794

The News of the week, Bloomsbury and Westminster reporter

Mar. 13 – Dec. 1858

3794

 

Jan. – Aug. 13, 1859

3795

The News of the week, Bloomsbury Westminster and Marylebone reporter

Aug. 20 – Dec. 1860

3795

 

Jan. – May 10, 1862

3796

 

Jan. – June 1863

3797

The News of the World

1843

5916

 

1844

5917

 

1845

5918

 

1846

5919

 

1847

5920

 

1848

5921

 

1849

5922

 

1850

5923

 

1851

5924

 

1852

5925

 

1853

5926

 

1854

5927

 

1855

5928

 

1856

5929

 

1857

5930

 

1858

5931

 

1859

5932

 

1860

5933

 

1861

5934

 

1862

5935

 

1863

5936

 

1864

5937

 

1865

5938

 

1866

5939

 

1867

5940

 

1868

5941

 

1869

5942

 

1870

5943

 

1871

5944

 

1872

5945

 

1873

5946

 

1874

5947

 

1875

5948

 

1876

5949

 

1877

5950

 

1878

5951

 

1879

5952

 

1880

5953

The Newspaper

July 5, 1890 – June 27, 1891

4013

 

July 4 – Oct.  1891

4014

The Newspaper review

Nov. 7 – Dec. 1891

4014

 

Jan. – Mar. 26, 1892

4015

The North and East London star

Mar. 30 – May 11, 1889

3739

North Briton

1762 – 1771

527

The North Eastern leader

1895 – Apr. 11, 1896

3696

The North Eastern leader and Bethnal Green & Hackney news

May 7, 1892 – 1894

3696

The North London advertiser

May 7, 1867 – June 29, 1869

3698

The North London advertiser

Aug. 1880 – 1881

3693

 

1886 – Apr. 9, 1887

3694

The North London advertiser and Holloway observer

June 3, 1873 – Sept. 22, 1874

3698

The North London news

Apr.  – Dec. 1864

4026

 

Jan. – Nov. 4, 1865

4027

The North London news and borough of Finsbury gazette

Nov. 11 – Dec. 1867

4047

 

Jan. – Apr. 3, 1869

4048

The North London news and Finsbury gazette

Apr. 10 – Dec. 1869

4048

 

1870 – 1871

4049

 

1872 – 1873

4050

 

1874 – 1875

4051

 

1876

4052

 

1877

4053

 

1878

4053

 

1879

4055

 

1880

4056

 

1881

4057

 

1882

4058

 

1883

4059

 

1884

4060

 

1885

4061

 

1886

4062

 

1887

4063

 

1888

4064

 

1890

4065

 

1892 – 1893

4066

 

1894 – 1895

4067

The North London news and Islington reporter

Mar. 28, 1863 – Mar. 26, 1864

4046

The North London news and Metropolitan advertiser

Dec. 14 – 28, 1861

4044

 

1862

4045

 

Jan. – Mar. 21, 1863

4046

The North London news and weekly advertiser

Oct. 7, 1860 – Dec. 7, 1861

4044

The North London press and star

Mar. 30, 1889 – May 11, 1889

3739

The North Middlesex and Southgate messenger

Sept. 1857 – 1862

4094

The Nonconformist

Apr. 14 – Dec. 1841

2647

 

1842

2648

 

1843

2649

 

1844

2650

 

1845

2651

 

1846

2652

 

1847

2653

 

1848

2654

 

1849

2655

 

1850

2656

 

1851

2657

 

1852

2658

 

1853

2659

 

1854

2660

 

1855

2661

 

1856

2662

 

1857

2663

 

1858

2664

 

1859

2665

 

1860

2666

 

1861

2667

 

1862

2668

 

1863

2669

 

1864

2670

 

1865

2671

 

1866

2672

 

1867

2673

 

1868

2674

 

1869

2675

 

1870

2676

 

1871

2677

 

1872

2678

 

1873

2679

 

1874

2680

 

1875

2681

 

1876

2682

 

1877

2683

 

1878

2684

 

1879

2685

The Nonconformist and independent

Jan. – June 1880

2686

 

July – Dec. 1880

2687

 

1881

2688

 

1882

2689

 

1883

2690

 

1884

2691-2692

 

1885

2693-2694

 

1886

2695-2696

 

1887

2697-2698

 

1888

2699-2700

 

1889

2701-2702

 

Jan. –Sept. 18, 1890

2703-2704

The Novelist Magazine

1781 - 1782

6088

The Novelist's Magazine

1780-1781

6087

The Novelist’s magazine, a sentimental journey through France and Italy

1782 – 1784

1396

 

1784 – 1785

1397

 

1785 – 1787

1398

Observations historical political and philosophical upon Aristotle’s first book of political government

1654

1176

Observator

1702 – 1709

528

 

1711 – 1712

918

Observator in dialogue

Apr. 1681 – Jan/ 1684

1115

 

1684 – Feb. 1685

1116

 

Feb. 1685 – Mar. 1687

1117

Observator observ’d: or, Protestant observations upon anti-protestant pamphlets

May 6, 1681

1206

Observer

1797 – 1798

705

 

1799 - 1800

706

Observer

Dec. 4, 1791 - 1798

5969

 

Mar. 2 - Sept. 16, 1798

5970

 

1799 - 1800

5971

 

1801 - 1802

5972

 

1803 - 1804

5973

 

1805 - 1806

5974

 

1807 - 1808

5975

 

1809 - 1810

5976

 

1811 - Aug. 1814

5977

 

1815 - 1817

5978

 

1818

5979

 

1819

5980

 

1820

5981

 

1821

5982

 

1822

5983

 

1823

5984

 

1824

5985

 

1825

5986

 

1826

5987

 

1827

5988

 

1828

5989

 

1829

5990

 

1830

5991

 

1831

5992

 

1832

5993

 

1833

5994

 

1834

5995

 

1835

5996

 

1836

5997

 

1837

5998

 

1838

5999

 

1839

6000

 

1840

6001

 

1841

6002

 

1842

6003

 

1843

6004

 

1844

6005

 

1845

6006

 

1846

6007-6008

 

1847

6009-6010

 

1848

6011-6012

 

1849

6013-6014

 

1850

6015-6016

 

1851

6017-6018

 

1852

6019-6020

 

1853

6021-6022

 

1854

6023-6024

 

1855

6025-6026

 

1856

6027-6028

 

1857

6029-6030

 

1858

6031-6032

 

1859

6033-6034

 

1860

6035-6036

 

1861

6037-6038

 

1862

6039-6040

 

1863

6041-6042

 

1864

6043-6044

 

1865

6045

 

1866

6046

 

1867

6047

 

1868

6048

 

1869

6049

 

1870

6050

 

1871

6051

 

1872

6052

 

1873

6053

 

1874

6054

 

1875

6055

 

1876

6056

 

1877

6057

 

1878

6058

 

1879

6059

 

1880

6060

The Observer of the times

1821

2714

 

1822

2715

The Occasional historian

1730 – 1732

1379

The Occasional paper containing an account of the author’s design

1697 – 1698

1379

Occasionalist

1768

165

Occurrences from foreign parts

Dec. 27 – Jan. 3, Feb. 7 – 21, 1660

1206

Occurrences of certain speciall and remarkable passages in Parliament, and the affairres of the kingdome

Feb. 2 – 9, Mar. 15 – 22, 1644

1206

Old England

Jan. 1750 – Mar. 1751

947

Old England

Apr. 14, 1832 – 1833

4727

 

1834

4728

 

1835

4729

 

1836 – June 1840

4730

 

July – Dec. 1840

4731

 

1841 – Feb. 1842

4732

Old England and constitutional

Nov. 14, 1824 – Nov. 6, 1825

4210

Old England: or, the constitutional journal

June 1743 – Sept. 1746

890

Old England: or, the national gazette

1751 – Jan. 1753

1154

Old England’s journal

Feb. – Apr. 1753

1131

Old Maid

1755 – 1756

229

Old Mould to cast new lawes by

1643

1206

Old Post-master

1696

1176

Old Whig

1719

213

Old Whig: or, the consistent protestant

1735

919

 

1736 – Mar. 1738

920

Olia Podrida, a periodical work

1787 – 1788

46

Omnia comesta a bello: or, an answer out of the west to a question out of the north

1667

1206

Oracle

1792

775-776

 

1793

777-778

 

Jan. – June 1794

779

Oracle and daily advertiser

1799

868-869

 

1800

870-871

 

1801

4353-4354

 

Jan. – Mar. 1802

4355

Oracle. Bell’s world

Apr. – Dec. 1791

810

Oracle.  Bell’s new world

1789

529

Orange gazette

Dec. 31, 1688

1206

Original London post; or, Heathcote’s intelligence

July – Aug. 1724

1131

Original weekly journal, with fresh advice, foreign and domestick

1719 – 1720

230

Origins and history of newspapers from the earliest period to the present time

(?)

1192

Owen’s weekly chronicle: or universal journal

1758

1208

The Oxford Magazine

July 1768 - Dec. 1769

5856

 

1770 - June 1771

5857

 

July 1771 - 1772

5858

 

1773 - 1774

5859