Early English Newspapers P-Z

Call number mfm/AN/E274

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

Packets of letters from Scotland, Berwick, Newcastle and York to members of the House of Commons

May – Oct. 1648

1191

Pacquet-boat from Holland and Flanders

Apr. 6 – Apr. 27, 1691

1206

Papers delivered by the commissioners of the Kingdome of Scotland at London

1646

1206

Papers from the Scots quarters

Oct. 14, 1646

1206

Parker’s general advertiser, and morning intelligencer

May – Dec. 1782

811

 

Jan. – Oct. 1783

812

Parker’s London news, or the impartial intelligencer

Mar. 1724 – Apr. 1725

707

Parker’s penny post

1725

231

 

1726 – 1727

232

Parliament kite, or the tell-tale bird

June 1 – 9, Aug. 3 – 17, 1648

1206

Parliament-porter: or the door keeper of the House of Commons

Aug./Sept 28/4, 1648

1206

Parliament scout: communicating his intelligence to the kingdome

1643 – Jan. 1645

1192

Parliamentary intelligencer

Apr. – Dec. 1660

1201

Parliamentary papers

1603 – June 1627

1153

Parliamentary spy

1769 – 1770

165

Parliaments post: faithfully communicating to the kingdome the proceedings of the armies on both side

Sept. 23 – Oct. 7, 1645

1206

Parliament’s scout’s discovery

June 9 – 16, 1643

1206

Particular account of a terrible and bloody engagement between the English and French fleet

May 8, 1689

1206

Passages in Parliament

Jan. 3/10, 1642

1206

Patriot

1714 – Jan. 1715

1100

The Patriot

Apr. 3, 1792 - July 30, 1793

6110

The Patriot

Feb. 22 – Dec. 1832

2556

 

1833 – 1839

2557 – 2566

 

1840 – 1849

2567 – 2586

 

1850 – 1859

2587 – 2603

 

1860 – 1866

2604 - 2617

Patrician. Considerations of the peerage continued with remarks on the plebian

1719

213

Pegasus: Being an history of the most remarkable events

1696

1194

Pegasus, with news, an observator, and a Jacobite courant

Aug. 3 – 10, 1696

1206

Penny London morning advertiser

1744

530

Penny London post

Sept. 1733 – May 1734

1131

Penny London post; or, the morning advertiser

1745

531

 

1746

532

 

1747

533

 

1748

534

 

1749

535

 

1750 - 1751

872

Peoples ancient and just liberties asserted in the tryal of William Penn, and William Mead

1670

1192

The People’s press

Mar. 8, 1890 – Feb. 28, 1891

2752

Perfect account of the daily intelligence

[1651 – 1652]

1206

Perfect and more particular relation of the proceedings of the army in Ireland

Nov. 17, 1649

1206

A Perfect diurnal of passages in Parliament

July 16 – 23, 1649

1206

Perfect diurnal: or, the daily proceedings in Parliament

Mar. 1 – 3, 1660

1206

Perfect diurnall of some passages and proceedings of, and in relation to, the armies in England, Ireland, and Scotland

July 1650 – 1651

1185

 

1652 – 1653

1186

 

1654 – May 1655

1187

Perfect diurnall of some passages in Parliament and daily proceedings of the army under his excellency, Sir Thomas Fairfax

1648

1194

Perfect diurnall of some passages in Parliament: and from other arts of this kingdome

1643 – 1644

1183

 

1645 – 1646

1184

 

1647

1200

Perfect diurnall of the passages in Parliament

Feb. 1642 – Apr. 1643

1194

Perfect occurences of both Houses of Parliament

Aug. 21 – Dec. 18, 1646

1206

Perfect occurences of every dayes journal in Parliament, and other moderate intelligence

[1648]

1206

Perfect occurences of Parliament and chief collections of letters, of severall victories

July 1644 – 1645

1177

Perfect occurences of the most remarkable passages in Parliament with other moderate intelligence

May 11 – 18, 1660

1206

Perfect passages of each days proceedings in Parliament

[1644 – 1646]

1206

Perfect passages of every daies intelligence

July 1650 – Mar. 1651

1200

Perfect summary of chiefe passages in Parliament from the army, and other parts of the kingdome

Aug. 2 – 9, 1647

1206

Perfect summary of exact passages in Parliament

[1648 – 1649]

1206

Perfect weekly account concerning speciall and remarkable passages from both Houses of Parliament; from the Kings Majesty and the commissioners, at Newport; from the head-quarters; and several other parts of the kingdome

Dec. 6 – 20, 1648

1206

Perfect weekly account containing certain special and remarkable passages from both Houses of Parliament; and collection of several letters from the armie

Aug. 4 – 10, 1647

1206

Perfect weekly account containing certain special and remarkable passages from both Houses of Parliament: the general assembly of the Kingdome of Scotland, and the state and condition of the King Majesty, the army and kingdome

[May – Aug. 1647]

1206

Perfect weekly account. Containing the daily intelligence in England, Ireland and Scotland, with proceedings of the armie under the command of his excellency the Lord General Cromwell

July 10 – 17, 1650

1206

Philanthropic gazette

1817 – 1818

2744

 

1819 – 1820

2745

 

1821 – 1823

2746

The Philosophical magazine

June 1798 – Sept. 1800

1273

 

Oct. 1800 – May 1803

1274

 

June 1803 – Jan. 1806

1275

 

Feb. 1806 – Sept. 1808

1276

 

Oct. 1808 – June 1811

1277

 

July 1811 – June 1814

1278

 

July 1814 – June 1817

1279

 

July 1817 – Dec. 1820

1280

Philosophical observator

Jan. 22, 1695

1206

The Phoenix: or, weekly miscellany improved

July – Dec. 1792

1379

 

1793 – July 1794

1380

The Pilot

Aug. 16, 1808 – 1809

4193

 

1810

4194

 

1811

4195-4196

 

1812

4197

 

Jan. – Aug. 1813

4198

 

Sept. 1813 – Oct. 1815

4199

Plain dealer

1723 – May 1725

1038

The Planet

Dec. 17, 1837 – 1839

4332

 

July 1839 – 1840

4333

 

1841 – June 1842

4334

 

July 1842 – Feb. 4, 1844

4335

Plebeian. By a member of the House of Commons

1719

213

The Political cabinet

July 1744 - June 1745

6097

The Political controversy

July 15, 1762 - Apr. 11, 1763

5914

 

Apr. 18, 1763 - Sept. 6, 1763

5915

Political history of Europe

Feb. ?, 1697

1206

The Political Magazine

1780 - 1782

6066

 

Feb. 1783- June 1784

6067

 

July 1784-1785

6068

 

1786-June 1787

6069

 

July 1787 - 1788

6070

 

1789-June 1790

6071

 

July 1790-Nov. 1791

6072

The Political magazine and parliamentary, naval, and literary journal

1780 – 1781

1380

 

1782 – 1784

1381

 

1785 – 1787

1382

 

1788 –  June 1790

1383

 

July 1790 – Nov. 1791

1384

The Political state of Great Britain

Jan. 1713/4-June 1715

5791

 

July 1715 - June 1716

5792

 

July 1716 - June 1717

5793

 

July 1717 - June 1718

5794

 

July 1718 - June 1719

5795

 

July 1719 - June 1720

5796

 

July 1720 - June 1721

5797

 

July 1721 - June 1722

5798

 

July 1722 - June 1723

5799

 

July 1723 - June 1724

5800

 

July 1724 - June 1725

5801

 

July 1725 - June 1726

5802

 

July 1726 - June 1727

5803

 

July 1727 - June 1728

5804

 

July 1728 - June 1729

5805

 

July 1729 - June 1730

5806

 

July 1730 - June 1731

5807

 

July 1731 - June 1732

5808

 

July 1732 - June 1733

5809

 

July 1733 - June 1734

5810

 

July 1734 - June 1735

5811

 

July 1735 - June 1736

5812

 

July 1736 - June 1737

5813

 

July 1737 - June 1738

5814

 

July 1738- June 1739

5815

 

Jan. 1739 - June 1740

5816

 

July 1740 - Dec. 1740

5817

Poor law chronicle

July 7, 1866 – July 21, 1869

3134

Poor Robins intelligence

Mar. – Nov. 1676

1177

Poor Robin’s intelligence, or news from city and county

July 8 – 17, 1691

1206

Poor Robin’s intelligence revived

Nov. 26, 1679; Mar.10, 1680

1206

Poor Robins memoirs with his life, travels, and adventures

1676

1192

Poor Robin’s memoirs, or, the life, travels, and adventures of Mendacio

Jan. 7, 1678

1206

Poor Robin’s prophesies

(?), 1676

1206

Popish mass displayed: or, the superstitions and fopperies of the Romish church discovered: in which is shew’d the several antick jestures, and profaine prayers, used by the popish priest, when he come to the celebration at the alter

Apr. 20 – 27, 1681

1206

The Porcupine

Oct. 30, 1800 – Apr. 1801

4724

 

May – Dec. 1801

4725

Post-Angel

1701 – Sept. 1702

1109

Post Boy (A. Roper)

Oct. 1695 – 1697

1195

 

1698 – 1700

1196

 

1701 – 1702

233

 

1711 – 1712

1197

 

1713 – 1715

1198

 

1718 – 1719

536

 

1720 - 1721

537

 

1722 – Mar. 1723, Mar. – June 1728

1199

Post Boy, with the freshest advices foreign and domestick

1709 – 1710

1150

Post-Man: and the historical account & c.

1695 – 1698

1160

 

1699 – 1700

1161

 

1701 – 1702

538

 

1703 – 1704

1162

 

1705 – 1706

1163

 

1707 – 1709

1164

 

1710

1165

 

July 1714 – 1715

1166

 

1717 – 1718

539

 

1719 – 1720

540

The Pottery gazette and glass trade review

1878 – 1879

1873

 

1880

1874

 

1881

1875

 

1882

1876

 

1883

1877

 

1884

1878

 

1885

1879

 

1886

1880-1881

 

Jan. - June 1887

1882

 

July 1887 – June 1888

1883

 

July – Dec. 1888

1884

 

Feb. – Dec. 1889

1885

 

1890

1886

 

1891

1887

 

1892

1888

 

1893

1889

 

1874

1890

Prater. By Nicholas Babble, Esq.

1756

213

The Present state of Europe

July 1690 - 1693

6073

 

1694-1697

6074

 

1698-1729

6075

 

1730-Jan. 1736

6076

The Present state of Europe or historical and political monthly mercury

1700 – 1703

1384

 

1704 – 1709

1385

 

1710 – 1715

1386

 

1716 – 1721

1387

 

1722 - 1727

1388

The Present state of Europe: or, the historical and political monthly mercury (vols. 2 – 3)

1691 – 1692

1132

The Present state of the republic of letters

1728-1729

6077

 

1730-June 1731

6078

 

July -Dec. 1731

6079

 

1733-June 1734

6080

 

July 1734-1735

6081

The Press

May – Dec. 1853

2029

 

1854

2030

 

1855

2031

 

1856

2032

 

1857

2033

 

1858

2034

 

1859

2035

 

1860

2036-2037

 

1861

2038

 

1862

2039

 

1863

2040

 

1864

2041

 

1865

2042

 

Jan. – July 1866

2043

Pretended High Court of Justice unbowelled: being a caveat for traytors, or treason condemmed and truth vindicated

?,1660

1206

The Primrose league gazette

Oct. 1887 – 1888

1891

 

1889

1892

 

1890

1893

 

1891

1894

 

1892

1895

 

1893 – 1894

1896

 

1895 – 1897

1897

 

1898 – 1901

1898

 

1902 – 1905

1899

 

1906 – 1909

1900

 

1910 – 1913

1901

 

1914 – 1918

1902

 

1919 - 1926

1903

Prince’s London price current (courent)

1796 – 1799

1118

Proceedings, votes, resolves, and acts of the late half-quarter Parliament, called Rump

Jan. 27, 1660

1206

Prompter

1734 – June 1736, Oct. – Dec. 1789

1100

Propositions for peace by an union of interests, or a memento to the King’s party

?, 1648

1206

Protestant courant, imparting news foreign and domestick

Apr. 24 – May 13, 1682

1206

The Protestant dissenters magazine

1794-1795

6082

 

1796-1797

6083

 

1798-1799

6084

Protestant martyrs: or, the bloody assizes

?, 1685

1206

The Protestant mercury

Mar. 9, 1695 - Dec. 18, 1700

6085

Protestant mercury: occurences foreign and domestick

Jan. 5 – 14, 1697; Mar. 25 – 30, 1698, Apr. 10 – 12, 1700

1206

Protestant observator or democritus flens in a dialogue

Nov. – Dec. 1681

1192

Protestant Oxford intelligence or, occurences forraign and domestick

Mar. 10 –31, 1681

1206

Protestant post boy

Jan. – June 1712

1100

Protestor on behalf of the people

June – Sept. 1753

1167

Public advertiser

1753

541-542

 

1754

543-544

 

1755

545-546

 

1756

547-548

 

1757

549-550

 

1758

551-552

 

1759

553-554

 

1760

555-556

 

1761

557-558

 

1762

559-560

 

1763

891 - 892

 

1764

234 – 235

 

1765

562-562

 

1766

563-564

 

1767

565-566

 

1768

236 – 237

 

1769

893 - 894

 

1770

567 – 568

 

1771

238

 

1772

569 – 570

 

1774

895 - 896

 

1775

571 – 572

 

1776

897 - 898

 

1777

573 – 574

 

1778

575 – 576

 

1779

899 - 900

 

1780

239 – 240

 

1781

241

 

1782

242

 

1783

243 – 244

 

1784

245 – 246

 

1785

247

 

1786

577 – 578

 

Jan. – June 1787

901

 

1788

248 – 249

 

1790

579 - 580

 

1791

902 – 903

 

1792

904 – 905

 

1793

906 – 907

The Public cause

Oct. 9, 1811 – Feb. 5, 1812

4698

The Public cause and general correspondent

Jan. – July 10, 1816

4698

The Public cause or Westminster reformer

Sept. 13 – Dec.  1815

4698

The Public ledger

Mar. 30 – Apr.  1835

4682

 

May – Dec. 1835

4683

 

1836

4684-4685

Public ledger

1761

250-251

 

July – Dec. 1765

948

 

Nov. 1795 – May 1796

949

The Public ledger and commercial and general advertiser

1805

4638

 

1806

4639-4640

 

1807

4641-4642

 

1808

4643

 

Jan. – June 1809

4644

The Public ledger and daily advertiser

June 23 – Dec. 1809

4644

 

Jan. – July 1810

4645

 

Sept. 1810 – Apr. 1811

4646

 

May – Dec. 1811

4647

 

Jan. – Aug. 1812

4648

 

Sept. 1812 – June 1813

4649

 

July – Dec. 1813

4650

 

Jan. – Aug. 1814

4651

 

Sept. 1814 – Apr. 1815

4652

 

May – Dec. 1815

4653

 

Jan. – Aug. 1816

4654

 

Sept. 1816 – Apr. 1817

4655

 

May – Dec. 1817

4656

 

Jan. – Aug. 1818

4657

 

Sept. 1818 – Apr. 1819

4658

 

May – Dec. 1819

4659

 

Jan. – Aug. 1820

4660

 

Sept. 1820 – Apr. 1821

4661

 

May – Dec. 1821

4662

 

Jan. – Aug. 1822

4663

 

Sept. 1822 – Apr. 1823

4664

 

May – Dec. 1823

4665

 

Jan. – Aug. 1824

4666

 

Sept. 1824 – Apr. 1825

4667

 

May – Dec. 1825

4668

 

Jan. – Aug. 1826

4669

 

Sept. 1826 – Apr. 1827

4670

 

May – Dec. 1827

4671

 

Jan. – Aug. 1828

4672

 

Sept. 1828 – Apr. 1829

4673

 

Jan. – Aug. 1830

4674

 

Sept. 1830 – Apr. 1831

4675

 

May – Dec. 1831

4677

 

Jan. – July 1832

4678

Public ledger; or, daily register of commerce and intelligence

Jan. – June 1760

581

 

July – Dec. 1760

582

Public register: or, freeman’s journal

Sept. 1770 – Aug. 1771

921

Publick intelligencer

1655 – 1656

1119

Publick occurences truly stated

Feb. – Oct. 1688

1192

Publick register

Jan. 3, 1741 - Jun. 13, 1741

6112

The Putney and Wandsworth borough news

1885

3145

 

1886

3146

 

1887

3147

 

1888

3148

 

1889

3149

 

1890

3150

 

1891

3151

 

1892

3152

 

1893

3153

 

Jan. – June 1894

3154

The Radical review

Apr. 2, 1892 – Jun. 25, 1892

4015

Railway press

Apr. 19 – Aug. 1888

3107

 

Sept. – Dec. 1888

3108

 

Jan. – June 1889

3109

 

July 1889 – June 1890

3110

 

July 1890 – Dec. 1, 1892

3111

 

1893 – Dec. 1, 1898

3112

Rambler

1749 – 1752

873

Rayner’s London morning advertiser

Aug. – Dec. 1742

1167

Read’s weekly journal: or, British gazetteer

1731 – 1732

690

 

1733 – 1736

583

 

1737 – 1739

584

 

1750 – 1752

691

 

1753 – 1755

585

 

1756 – 1758

586

 

1759 – 1760

691

 

Jan. – Apr. 1761

692

The Register of the Times

Jan. 11, 1794 - Feb. 26, 1795

5860

 

Feb. 28, 1795 - Sept. 30 1795

5861

 

Sept. 30, 1795 - June 1796

5862

Rehearsal

1704 – 1709

252

Relation of the particulars of the reduction of the greatest part of the Province of Munster in Ireland to the obedience of the Commonwealth of England

?, 1649

1206

Religious bits

1892

3189-3190

 

Jan. – Apr. 15, 1893

3191

Remarkable passages impartially relating the proceedings of the Protestant and Papisticall armies on foot in most parts of this kingdom

Nov. 1 – 8, 1643

1206

Remembrancer

1747 – 1751

587

The Remembrancer

1775 - 1776

5863

 

1776 - 1778

5864

 

1778 - 1779

5865

Remonstrance of his Excellancy Thomas Lord Fairfax, Lord Generall of the Parliament forces

Nov. 16, 1648

1206

The Repertoy of arts and manufactures: consisting of original communications, specification of patent inventions and selections of useful practical papers from transactions of the philosophical societies of all nations ….

1794 – 1797

1281

 

1797 – 1800

1282

 

1800 – 1802 – May 1803

1283

 

June 1803 – May 1806

1284

 

June 1806 – May 1809

1285

 

June 1809 – Nov. 1812

1286

 

Dec. 1812 – May 1816

1287

 

June 1816 – Nov. 1819

1288

Representation examined: being remarks on the state of religion in England

?, 1711

1206

Representation of the present state of religion

?, 1711

1206

Review of the state of the British nation

1704 – 1705

253

 

1706 – 1707

254

 

1708 – 1709

255

 

1710 – Mar. 1711

813

Reynold’s newspaper

1851

5286-88

 

1852

5289-90

 

1853

5291-92

 

1854

5293-94

 

1855

5295-96

 

1856

5297-98

 

1857

5299-5300

 

1858

5301

 

1859

5302

 

1860

5303-06

 

1861

5307-10

 

1862

5311-12

 

1863

5313-14

 

1864

5315-16

 

1865

5317-18

 

1866

5319

 

1867

5320

 

1868

5321

Reynold’s weekly newspaper

May 5-Dec. 1850

5285

Robin’s last shift: or, weekly remarks and political reflections upon the most material news, foreign and domestick

1716

1167

Royal diurnal

Jul. 25 – 31, 1648

1206

The Royal Magazine

July 1759 - June 1761

6061

 

July 1761 - June 1763

6062

 

July 1763 - June 1765

6063

 

July 1765 - 1766

6064

 

1767

6065

Royal Westminster journal: and London political miscellany

Nov. 1762 – Mar. 1763

1167

Sainsbury’s weekly register and advertising journal

Sept. 1859 – 1860

3770

 

1861 – Nov. 15, 1862

3771

 

Mar. 18, 1863 – Nov. 5, 1864

3772

St. James’s budget

July 1880 – 1882

3616 – 3620

 

1883 – 1885

3621 – 3626

 

1886 – 1887

3627 – 3630

 

1888 – 1889

3631 – 3634

 

1890 – 1891

3635 - 3638

 

1892 - 1893

3639– 3642

 

1894 – 1895

3643 - 3646

 

1896 – 1897

3647 – 3650

 

1898 – 1899

3651 - 3654

 

1900 – 1901

3655 – 3658

 

1902 – 1903

3659 - 3662

 

1904 – 1905

3663 – 3666

 

1906 – 1907

3667 – 3670

 

1908 – 1909

3671 – 3674

 

Jan. – June 1910

3675

 

July 1910 – Feb. 3, 1911

3676

St. James chronicle

Dec. 29, 1770 - 1780

6091

St. James’s chronicle; or, British evening-post

1762

588

 

1763

589

 

1764

590

 

1765

591

 

1766

1039

 

1767

1040

 

1768

1041

 

1769

1042

 

Jul. 1772 – 1773

1043

 

1774

1044

 

1775

1045

 

1776

1046

 

1777

1047

 

1778

592

 

1779

593

 

1780

594

 

1781

595

 

1782,  July – Dec. 1783

1048

 

1784

1049

 

1785 – Oct. 1786

1050

 

1787

1051

 

1788

1052

 

1789

256

 

1790

256a

 

1791

257

 

1792

258

 

1793

259

 

1794

260

 

1795

261

 

1796

1053

 

1797

1054

 

1798

1055

 

1799

1056

 

1800

1057

 

1801

4377

 

1802

4378

 

1803

4379

 

1804

4380

 

1805

4381

 

1806

4382

 

1807

4383

 

1808

4384

 

1809

4385

 

1810

4386

 

1811

4387

 

1812

4388

 

1813

4389

 

1814

4390

 

1815 - 1817

4391

 

1818

4392

 

1819

4393

 

1820

4394

 

1821

4395

 

1822

4396

 

1823

4397

 

1824

4398

 

1825

4399

 

1826

4400

 

1827

4401

 

1828

4402

 

1829

4403

 

1830

4404

 

1831

4405

 

1832

4406

 

1833

4407

 

1834

4408

 

1835

4409

 

1836

4410

 

1837

4411

 

1838

4412

 

1839

4413

 

1840

4414

 

1841

4415

 

1842

4416

 

1843

4417

 

1844

4418

 

1845

4419

 

1846

4420

 

1847

4421

 

1848

4422

 

1849

4423

 

1850

4424

 

1851

4425

 

1852

4426

St. James’s evening post

Mar. 1745 – Mar. 1746

908

 

Jan. – Oct. 1747

909

The St. James’s gazette

 1880

3886 - 3888

 

 1881

3889 - 3892

 

 1882

3893 - 3896

 

 1883

3897 - 3900

 

 1884

3901 - 3904

 

 1885

3905 - 3908

 

 1886

3909 - 3912

 

 1887

3913 - 3916

 

1888

3917 - 3920

 

1889

3921 – 3924

 

1890

3925 – 3928

 

1891

3929 – 3932

 

1892

3933 – 3936

 

1893

3937 – 3940

 

1894

3941 – 3944

 

1895

3945 – 3948

 

1896

3949 – 3952

 

1897

3953 – 3956

 

1898

3957 – 3960

 

1899

3961 - 3964

 

1900

3965 - 3968

 

1901

3969 – 3973

 

1902

3974 – 3979

 

1903

3980 – 3985

 

1904

3936 – 3991

 

Jan. – Mar. 1905

3992

St. James’s journal

1722 – 1723

1133

St. James magazine

Sept. 1762-Aug. 1763

6099

St. Pancras and Holborn journal

Apr. 15 – Dec. 1871

3759

St. Pancras, Holborn and Bloomsbury journal

June 18, 1870 – Apr. 8, 1871

3759

Die Saturni

July 31, 1647

1202

Schofield’s Middlewich journal: or, Cheshire advertiser

Jan. – May 1757

1089

The Scientific magazine and Free Mason’s repository

1797 – 1798

1393

Scotch intelligence, relating the weekly newes from Scotland, the court, and other places

Oct. 19 – 25, 1643

1206

Scotch mercury

Oct. 5, 1643

1206

Scotch mercury communicating the affairs of Scotland and the northern parts: and come over to accommodate the late differences

Oct. 5, 1643

1206

Scotchman

Jan. – June 1772

1089

Scotish dove: sent out, and returning bring intelligence from their army and makes some relations of other observable passages of both kingdoms, for information and instruction

[Nov. – Dec. 1643; Mar., Nov. 1644; Jan, Mar., Nov., Dec. 1645

1206

Scottish mercury, relating the weekly intelligence from Scotland and the court

?, 1651

1207

The Scot’s magazine and general intelligencer

1739 – 1743

1289

 

1744 – 1749

1290

 

1750 – 1754

1291

 

1755 – 1759

1292

 

1760 – 1764

1293

 

1765 – 1769

1294

 

1770 – 1774

1295

 

1775 – 1779

1296

 

1780 – 1784

1297

 

1785 – 1789

1298

 

1790 – 1794

1299

 

1795 – 1798

1300

 

1799 – 1801

1301

 

1802 – 1804

1302

 

1805 – 1807

1303

 

1808 – 1810

1304

 

1811 – 1813

1305

 

1814 – July 1817

1306

Second narrative of the signal victory

June 3, 1665

1207

The Selector

Jan. 6, 1799 - 1800

6098

The Senator

Nov. 25, 1790 - Apr. 19, 1791

5954

 

Apr. 20, 1791 - Apr. 2, 1792

5955

 

Apr. 3, 1792 - June 21, 1793

5956

 

Jan. 21, 1794 - Apr. 11, 1794

5957

 

Apr. 11, 1794 - Mar. 13, 1795

5958

 

Mar. 14, 1795 - Nov. 1795

5959

 

Dec. 1795 - May 19, 1796

5960

 

Sept. 27, 1796 - Apr. 10, 1797

5961

 

Apr. 20, 1797 - Jan. 12, 1798

5962

 

Feb. 8, 1798 - Jan. 22, 1799

5963

 

Jan. 22, 1799 - July 12, 1799

5964

 

Sept. 24, 1799 - May 27, 1800

5965

 

My 28, 1800 - Dec. 1800

5966

 

Jan. 22 - June 2, 1801

5967

 

Oct. 29, 1801 - June 28, 1802

5968

The Sentinel

1843

4206

 

1844

4207

 

1845 – June 1846

4208

Several proceedings of parliament

1653

1177

Severall proceedings in parliament

1650

1178

 

1651

1179

 

1652 – June 1653

1180

Severall proceedings of state affairs in England, Ireland, and Scotland with the transactions of affaires in other nations

Aug. 1653 – May 1655

1181

Shift shifted: or, weekly remarks

May – Sept. 1716

1089

Shipping gazette

1836

4183-4184

 

Jan. – Oct. 13, 1837

4185

Shippping gazette and commercial advertiser

Oct. 14, 1837 – Mar. 9, 1838

4186

The Shoreditch advertiser

Sept. 15, 1860 – 1862

3766

 

1863 – 1864

3737

 

1865 – 1866

3768

 

1867 – July 10, 1869

3769

Sir Anthonie St. Leger, his letter from aboard the Downes, to Mr. Wareham horsemanden a cailer in Colchester

Aug. 15, 1648

1206

Sir Thomas Fairfaxes taking of Dennis Castle and Felford haven

Mar. 26, 1646

1207

Smith’s Protestant intelligence domestick and forein

1681

1201

Sober, yet jocular answer to Heraclitus Ridens

?, 1681

1207

The Society times

Oct. 22 – Dec. 1887

3881

 

1888

3882

 

1889

3883

 

1890

3884

 

1891

3885

The Society times and tribune

July 9 – Oct. 15,  1887

3881

Some special passages from London and other parts

May 17, 1642 - Aug. 9, 1642

6109

Some special passages from London, Westminster, Yorke Hull, Ireland and other partes collected fro the satisfaction of those that desire true information

May 24 – Dec. 27, 1642

1207

South Lambeth, Battersea and Wandsworth times

June 1872 – Sept. 6, 1873

3773

South London courier

May 29, 1869 – Mar. 26, 1870

3775

 

Apr. 2 – Dec.  1870

3776

 

Jan. – Mar. 1871

3777

The South London courier and Britannia

Apr. 17, 1869 – May 22, 1869

3775

The South London courier and Surrey county mercury

Apr. 1871 – July 1872

3777

South Western comet

Oct. 7 – Dec. 1898

3752

 

1899

3753

 

1900 – Jan. 18, 1909

3754

The South-Western mercury

Jan. 8 – Feb. 12, 1904

3741

South London record and Brixton news

Nov. 2 – Dec. 1889

3878

 

Jan. – Feb. 14, 1891

3879

The South London record and South Eastern advertiser

Feb. 21 – Aug. 1, 1891

3879

South Western world and Clapham junction gazette

Nov. 4, 1893 – 1894

3749

 

1895 – 1896

3750

 

1897

3751

 

1898

3752

Southall news, Norwood advertiser, and Hanwell observer

1886 – Jan. 11, 1888

3815

The Southgate messenger and general advertiser

Sept. 1856 – Aug. 1857

4094

Special passages and certaint information from several places, collected for the uses of all that desire to be trully informed

Jan. 3 – June 23, 1643

1207

Spectator

1711 – 1712

596

Speech of Master John White Counellour, concerning epsicopacy

?, 1641

1207

Speech of Sacheverell, D.D. upon his impeachment at the bar of the House of Lords, in Westminster-hall

Mar.(?), 1709

1207

Speeches and passages of the great and happy parliament

Nov. 1640 – June 1641

1153

Spendthrift

Mar. – Aug. 1766

1089

Sphynx

July 1827 – June 1828

4091

 

July 1828 – Apr. 25, 1829

4092

Spie, communicating intelligence from Oxford

Jan. – June 1644

1201

The spirit of the age, journal of political, educational, and industrial progress

July 1848 – Mar. 3, 1849

3132

The Spirit of the times

Mar. 10, 1849 – Sept. 1849

4723

The Stamford mercury being historical and political observation

1728

262

The Standard

May 21, 1827 - Dec. 1827

6116 - 6117

 

1828

6118 -6119

 

1829

6120 -6121

 

1830

6122-6123

 

1831

6124-6125

 

1832

6126-6127

 

1833

6128-6129

 

1834

6130-6131

 

1835

6132-6133

 

1836

6134-6135

 

1837

6136-6137

 

1838

6138-6139

 

1839

6140-6141

 

1840

6142-6143

 

1841

6144-6145

 

1842

6146-6147

 

1843

6148-6149

 

1844

6150-6151

 

1845

6152-6154

 

1846

6155-6156

 

1847

6157-6158

 

1848

6159-6160

 

1849

6161-6162

 

1850

6163-6164

 

1851

6165-6166

 

1852

6167-6168

 

1853

6169-6170

 

1854

6171-6173

 

1855

6174-6176

 

1856

6177-6178

 

1857

6179-6182

 

1858

6183-6186

 

1859

6187-6190

 

1860

6191-6194

 

1861

6195-6198

 

1862

6199-6202

 

1863

6203-6206

 

1864

6207-6210

 

1865

6211-6213

 

1866

6214-6217

 

1867

6218-6221

 

1868

6222-6225

 

1869

6226-6229

 

1870

6230-6233

 

1871

6234-6237

 

1872

6238-6241

 

1873

6242-6245

 

1874

6246-6250

 

1875

6251-6254

 

1876

6255-6258

 

1877

6259-6262

 

1878

6263-6266

 

1879

6267-6270

 

1880

6271-6274

 

1881

6275-6278

 

1882

6279-6282

 

1883

6283-6286

 

1884

6287-6290

 

1885

6291-6294

 

1886

6295-6298

 

1887

6299-6302

 

1888

6303-6306

 

1889

6307-6310

 

1890

6311-6314

 

1891

6315-6318

 

Jan. – June 1892

6319-6321

 

July-Dec. 1892

6322-6324

 

Jan. – June 1893

6325-6327

 

Aug. – Dec. 1893

6328-6330

 

Jan. – June 1894

6331-6333

 

Aug. – Dec. 1894

6334-6336

 

Jan. – June 1895

6337-6339

 

Aug. – Dec. 1895

6340-6342

 

Jan. – June 1896

6343-6345

 

July – Aug. 1896

6346-6348

 

Jan. – June 1897

6349-6351

 

July – Aug. 1897

6352-6354

 

Jan. – June 1898

6355-6357

 

July – Aug. 1898

6358-6360

 

Jan. – June 1899

6361-6363

 

July –  Dec. 1899

6364-6366

 

Jan. – June 1900

6367-6369

 

July – Dec. 1900

6370-6372

 

Jan. – June 1901

6373-6375

 

July – Dec. 1901

6376-6378

 

Jan. – June. 1902

6379-6381

 

July – Dec. 1902

6382-6384

 

Jan. – June 1903

6385-6387

 

June – Dec. 1903

6388-6390

 

Jan. – June 1904

6391-6393

 

July – Dec. 1904

6394-6396

 

Jan. – June 1905

6397-6399

 

July – Dec. 1905

6400-6402

 

Jan. – June 1906

6403-6405

 

July – Dec. 1906

6406-6408

 

Jan. – June 1907

6409-6411

 

July – Dec. 1907

6412-6414

 

Jan. – June 1908

6415-6417

 

July – Dec. 1908

6418-6420

 

Jan. – June 1909

6421-6423

 

July – Dec. 1909

6424-6426

 

Jan. – June 1910

6427-6429

 

July - Dec. 1910

6430-6432

 

Jan. – June 1911

6433-6435

 

July – Oct. 1911

6436-6438

 

Nov. – Dec. 1911

6439-6440

 

Jan. – Jun. 1912

6441-6443

 

July – Oct. 1912

6444-6446

 

Nov. – Dec. 1912

6447-6448

 

Jan. – Mar. 1913

6449-6451

 

Apr. – July 1913

6452-6454

 

Aug. – Dec. 1913

6455-6457

 

Jan. – Mar. 1914

6458-6460

 

Apr. – June 1914

6461-6463

 

July – Aug. 1914

6464-6465

 

Sept.  – Dec. 1914

6466-6467

 

Jan. – Apr. 1915

6468-6569

 

May – Aug. 1915

6470-6471

 

Sept. – Dec. 1915

6472-6474

 

1916

6475-6476

The Standard of freedom

July 1848 – 1849

4699

 

1850

4700

 

Jan. – Oct. 4, 1851

4701

The Star

1797

6100

The Star

1801

4257

 

1802

4258-4259

 

1803

4260

 

1804

4261

 

1805

4262-4263

 

1806

4264

 

1807

4265-4266

 

1808

4267-4268

 

1809

4269-4270

 

1810

4271-4272

 

1811

4273-4274

 

1812

4275-4276

 

1813

4277-4278

 

1814

4279-4280

 

1815

4281-4282

 

1816

4283-4284

 

1817

4285-4286

 

1818

4287-4288

 

1819

4289-4290

 

1820

4291-4292

 

1821

4293-4294

 

1822

4295-4296

 

1823

4297-4298

 

1824

4299-4300

 

1825

4301-4302

 

1826

4303-4304

 

1827

4305-4306

 

1828

4307-4308

 

1829

4309-4310

 

1830

4311-4312

 

Jan. – Oct. 15, 1831

4313-4314

Star and evening advertiser

1788 – July 1789

1120

Star. Daily evening advertiser

1791

648-649

 

1792

650-651

 

1793

652-653

 

1794

1019-1020

 

1795

654-655

 

1796

656-657

 

1797

658-659

 

1798

660-661

 

1799

662-663

 

Jan. – June 1800

664

The Statesman

Oct. 10, 1857 – June 26, 1858

4719

 

July 1858 – Apr. 23, 1859

4720

Stratford times and South Essex gazette

Dec. 3, 1858 – 1861

4072

 

1862 – 1865

4073

 

1866 – 1868

4074

 

1869 – 1870

4075

 

1871 – June 1873

4076

 

July 1873 – 1874

4077

 

1875 – June 1876

4078

 

July 1876 – 1877

4079

 

1878 – June 1879

4080

 

July 1879 – 1880

4081

 

Jan. 1881 – June 14, 1882

4082

The Statesman

July, 24, 1806; June 19 – Dec. 1809

4119

 

1810

4120-4121

 

Mar. 1811 – Oct. 1812

4122-4123

 

Nov. 1812 – Oct. 1813

4124-4125

 

Nov. 1813 – Oct. 1814

4126–4127

 

Nov. 1814 – Oct. 1815

4128-4129

 

Nov. 1815 – 1818

4130-4132

 

1819

4133-4134

 

1820

4135-4136

 

1821

4137-4138

 

1822

4139-4140

 

Jan. – Aug. 1823

4141-4142

 

Sept. 1823 – Feb. 18, 1824

4143

The Statesman

Jan. 1840 – Mar. 1841

4351

Stuarts’s star and evening advertiser

Feb. – Apr. 1789

1089

Sufferings and services of Captain Tobias Knowles, with his humble request presented to the supreme authority of this nation, the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England

?, 1649

1207

Summary narration of the signal victory

June 3, 1665

1207

Sun

1793

814 - 815

 

1794

816-817

 

1795

818-819

 

1796

820-821

 

1798

822-823

 

1799

824-825

 

1800

826-827

 

1801

4428-4429

 

1802

4430-4431

 

1803

4432-4433

 

1804

4434-4435

 

1805

4436-4437

 

1806

4438-4439

 

1807

4440-4441

 

1808

4442-4443

 

1809

4444-4445

 

1810

4446-4447

 

1811

4448-4449

 

1812

4450-4451

 

1813

4452-4453

 

1814

4454-4455

 

1815

4456-4457

 

1816

4458-4459

 

1817

4460-4461

 

1818

4462-4463

 

1819

4464-4465

 

1820

4466-4467

 

1821

4468-4469

 

1822

4470-4471

 

1823

4472-4473

 

1824

4474-4475

 

1825

4476-4477

 

1826

4478-4479

 

1827

4480-4481

 

1828

4482-4483

 

1829

4484-4485

 

1830

4486-4487

 

1831

4488-4489

 

1832

4490-4491

 

1833

4492-4493

 

1834

4494-4495

 

1835

4496-4497

 

1836

4498-4499

 

1837

4500-4501

 

1838

4502-4503

 

1839

4504-4505

 

1840

4506-4507

 

1841

4508-4511

 

1842

4512-4515

 

1843

4516-4520

 

1844

4521-4526

 

1845

4527-4532

 

1846

4533-4538

 

1847

4539-4543

 

1848

4544-4547

 

1849

4548-4551

 

1850

4552-4555

 

1851

4556-4559

 

1852

4560-4563

 

1853

4564-4568

 

1854

4569-4572

 

1855

4573-4576

 

1856

4577-4580

 

1857

4581-4584

 

1858

4585-4588

 

1859

4589-4592

 

1860

4593-4596

 

1861

4597-4600

 

1862

4601-4604

 

1863

4605-4609

 

1864

4610-4615

 

1865

4616-4619

 

1866

4620-4623

 

1867

4624-4627

 

1868

4628-4631

 

1869

4632-4634

 

1870

4635-4636

 

1871

4637

The Sunday advertiser and weekly register

1818 – June 25, 1820

4336

 

July 2, 1820 – Aug. 5, 1821

4337

Sunday herald

Apr. 7, 1833 – June 28, 1835

4733

Sunday herald

1828 – Feb. 8, 1829

4340

The Sunday School

Dec. 22, 1892 – 1893

1791

 

1894

1792

Surrey, Southwark, Middlesex, Sussex Gazette; or, weekly agricultural and commercial advertiser

Jan. 1818 – Feb. 5, 1820

3188

The Swedish intelligencer

1632-1639

6114

 

"

6115

Tatler

1709 – 1711

263

Tallis’s London weekly paper

Nov. 13, 1852 – Oct. 29, 1853

3018

Tea table

1724

1133

Telegraph

Jun. – Nov. 1795

828

 

May – Dec. 1796

829

 

Jan. – Mar. 1797

830

The Telescope

Dec. 12, 1824 – Dec. 11, 1825

4342

The Temperance caterer

Apr. – Dec. 1887

2633

 

1888

2634

 

1889

2635

 

1890

2636

 

1891 – 1892

2637

 

1893 – 1895

2638

 

1896

2639

 

1897 – 1898

2640

 

1899 – 1901

2641

 

1902 – 1904

2642

 

1905 – 1907

2643

 

1908 – 1910

2644

 

1911 – 1913

2645

 

1914 – Sept. 1915

2646

The Temperance world

Mar. – Dec. 1898

3128

The Temperance world and prohibition herald

Apr. 15, 1896 – Feb. 1, 1898

3128

The Templar

Feb. 1788 - Jan. 1789

6106

Test

1756 – 1757

213

Theatre

1720

1133

Theatrical monitor

1767 – 1768

1133

Three royal cedars of Great Britain’s glorious diamonds

?, 1660

1207

The Thespian magazine

July 1792 - Jan. 1794

1794

To monthly and quarterly meetings of friends in England, Wales and elsewhere

Apr. 9, 10, 11, 1690

1207

To the Kings most excellent majestie- the humble petition of the countie of Cornwall

June 26, 1642

1207

To the Kings most excellent majesty

Feb. 18, 1641

1207

The Tomahawk; or, censor-general

1795 – 1796

267

Tongues of fire

1891 – 1893

1792

 

1894 – 1900

1793

 

1901 – 1907

1794

 

1908 - 1915

1795

The Topographer

Apr. 1798 - June 1790

5905

 

July 1790 - June 1791

5906

The Torch

Oct. 15, 1896 – Jan. 23, 1897

3699

The Town

1832 – July 1834

4692

The Town

June 1837 – 1839

4341

 

1840 – Jan. 26, 1842

4342

Tracts

1623

1168

 

[1623 – 1641]

1169

Trade Protection record

Apr. 7, 1849 – Mar. 1850

2716

The Trader’s herald. A weekly journal of political, social, and household economy

July 19, 1879 – Feb. 14, 1880

3130

Traiteur

1780 – 1781

46

The Traveller

Sept. 11, 1801; Jan. – June 1818

4368

 

July – Dec. 1818

4369

 

1819

4370-4371

 

1820

4372-4373

 

1821

4374

 

1822

4375-4376

The Tribune

Mar. 1886 – June 25, 1887

3880

 

July 2, 1887

3881

True and brief relation of the great victory obtained by Sir Ralph Hopton neare Bodmin the country of Cromwell

Jan. 19, 1642

1207

True and exact relation of the great victory obtained by General Schults over Count Teckely in the Upper Hungaria

Sept. 20, 1684

1207

True and full relation of his Majesty’s safe arrival and reception at the Hague

?, 1690

1207

True and serious intelligence; or, occurences domestick and forraign

?- Mar. 3, 1681

1207

True Briton

1723 – 1724

1038

True Briton

1751

5898

 

1752 - June 6, 1753

5899

True Briton

1793

842

 

July – Dec. 1794

843

 

1795

844-845

 

1796

846-847

 

1797

1090-1091

 

1798

1092-1093

 

Jan. – June 1799

1094

 

July – Dec. 1799

848

 

1800

849-850

True character of Mercurius Aulicus

(?), 1645

1207

True diurnall: Occurences or proceedings in the Parliament this last weeke

Jan. 24 – 31, 1642

1207

True diurnall of the last weeks passages in Parliament

Jan. 10 – 17, 1641

1207

True domestick intelligence, or, news both from city and country

1679 – 1680

1201

True informer

[Feb. – Apr. 1644]

1207

True informer: containing a collection of the most special and observable passages from divers parts of the Kingdome

Oct. 21 – Nov. 4, 1643, Jul. 20 – 27, Nov. 16 – Dec. 28, 1644, Jan. 4, 1645

1207

True intelligence from the head-quarters, of the daily motions and proceedings of the Parliaments army, under the Lord General Cromwell since they entered into Scotland

July 23 – 30, 1650

1201

True journal of the Sally fleet, with proceedings of the voyage

1637

1201

True list of the names of those persons appointed by the Rump Parliament to sit as a Council of State

?, 1660

1207

True patriot: and the history of our times

1745 – Jun. 1746

1038

True Protestant mercury or occurences foreign and domestick

1680 – 1682

1182

True relation of a second victorie over the Scots at Hamilton commanded by Col. Kerr, who is taken by the Parliament’s forces, with other prisoner’s of qualitie

Nov. 25, 1650

1207

True relation of the great victory obtained by the Christian army over the Turks, near the mountain Harsan, in the neighborhood of St. Clos.

Aug. 14, 1687

1207

True relation of the newes of the present weeke

May 12, 1624

1207

True Sun

Mar. – Aug. 1832

1584

 

Sept. – Dec. 1832

1585

 

1833

1586-1588

 

1834

1589-1591

 

1835

1592-1594

 

1836

1595-1598

 

1837

1599-1602

Tryal of Rowland Walters, Dearing Bradshaw and Ambrose Cave for murdering of Sir Charles Pymm, Bart, at the sessions held at the Old-Bailey

June 1, 1688

1207

Tryals and condemnation of several persons for murders, felonies, and burglaries

July 16 – 18, 1679

1207

Two knaves for a penny or, a dialogue between Mr. Hard the meal man and Mr. Gripe the broker

?, 1647

1207

Two wonderful and lamentable accidents herein related

Oct. 11, 1624

1207

Tyburns groans: or a hue and cry after a Polish renegado

?, 1649

1207

Unhappy view of the whole behaviour of My Lord Duke of Buckingham athe the French island, called the Isle of Rhee

?, 1648

1207

The United kingdom

Oct. 30, 1830 – 1832

4343

 

1833 – 1834

4344

Universal Chronicle; or, weekly gazette

1758 – 1760

49

Universal intelligence

[Dec. 1688 – Feb. 1689]

1207

Universal journal

1723 – 1724

1208

Universal London morning advertiser

Aug. – Dec. 1743

1171

The Universal Magazine

June 1747 - 1748

5866

 

1749 - June 1750

5867

 

July 1750 - 1751

5868

 

1752 - June 1753

5869

 

July 1753 - 1754

5870

 

1755 - June 1756

5871

 

July 1756 - 1757

5872

 

1758 - 1759

5873

 

1760

5874

 

1761 - 1762

5875

 

1763 - June 1764

5876

 

July 1764 - 1765

5877

 

1766 - June 1767

5878

 

July 1767 - 1768

5879

 

1769 - June 1770

5880

 

July 1770 - June 1773

5881

 

1774 - June 1775

5882

 

July 1775 - 1776

5883

 

1777 - June 1778

5884

 

July 1778 - 1779

5885

 

1780 - June 1781

5886

 

July 1781 - 1782

5887

 

1783 - June 1784

5888

 

July  1784 - 1785

5889

 

1786 - Mar. 1788

5890

 

1789 - June 1790

5891

 

1791 - June 1792

5892

 

July 1792 - 1793

5893

 

1794 - June 1795

5894

 

May 1795 - 1797

5895

 

1798 - June 1799

5896

 

July 1799 - 1800

5897

The Universal Magazine

1804

5818

 

1805

5819

 

1806

5820

 

1807

5821

 

1808

5822

 

1809

5823

 

1810

5824

 

1811

5825

 

1812

5826

 

1813

5827

 

Jan. - June 1814

5828

Universal spectator, and weekly journal

1728 – 1730

597

 

1731 – 1733

264

 

1734 – 1737

910

 

1739 – 1742

911

 

1743 – 1745

912

The Universal visiter and memorialist

1756

1398

The Universe

Jan. 1846 – Mar. 26, 1847

4721

 

Apr. 1847 – Aug. 4, 1848

4722

(Die Veneris) by the lords and commons assembled in Parliament at Westminster.  Instructions, rules and directions, to be observed and put into execution by Collonel Martin Dinder, Harcourt Leighton and others

May 16, 1645; May 18, 1660

1202

Vindication of the rights of the Commons of England

1701

1201

Visiter

1723 – 1724

1095

Votes of the House of Commons in Ireland

Oct. 5 – 18, 1692

1207

The Walthamstow express

Sept. 15, 1882 – Dec. 1883

3816

 

1884

3817

 

1885

3818

 

1886

3819

 

1887

3820

 

1888

3821

 

1889

3822

 

1890

3823

 

1891

3824

 

1892

3825

 

1893

3826

 

1894 – 1895

3827

 

1896

3828

 

1897

3829

 

1898

3830

 

1899

3831

Wandsworth and Battersea district times

Aug. 20, 1870 – 1872

3097

 

1873 – 1875

3098

 

1876 – 1878

3099

 

1879 – 1881

3100

 

1882 – 1884

3101

 

1885 – 1886

3102

 

1887 – 1888

3103

 

1889

3104

 

1890

3105

 

1891

3106

The Watch dog

Nov. 4, 1911 – Mar. 23, 1912

3765

The Watchman

1857

1904

 

1858

1905

 

1859

1906

 

1860

1907

 

1861

1908

 

1862

1909

 

1863 – 1864

1910

 

1865

1911

 

1866

1912

The Wednesday times

May 24 – July 19, 1826

3136

Weekly abstract: presenting to the eye the most remarkable passages throughout the most noted parts of Christendom

June 3 – 19, 1654

1207

Weekly acompt of certain special and remarkable passages from both House of Parliament and other parts of the Kingdome

[July – Nov. 1643; Feb. 13 – 29, 1644; Dec. 31, 1645; Jan. 7, 1646]

1207

Weekly account containing certain special and remarkable passages from both Houses of Parliament and collections of severall advertisements

Feb. 1644 – 1645

1182

Weekly advertisement of books

Mar. 17, 1680

1207

The Weekly amusement

Dec. 24, 1763 - Aug. 17, 1765

5900

 

Aug. 24, 1765 - Dec. 27, 1766

5901

 

1767

5902

The Weekly chronicle

Sept. 18, 1836 – 1837

3194

 

1838 – June 1839

3195

 

July 1839 – 1840

3196

 

1841

3197

 

1842

3198

 

1843

3199-3200

 

1844

3201-3202

 

1845

3203-3204

 

1846

3205-3206

 

1847

3207-3208

 

1848

3209

 

1849

3210

 

1850

3211

 

Jan. – June 1851

3212

Weekly comedy

May 10 – 28, 1699

1207

Weekly discoverer strip’d naked: or, jest and ernest expos’d to publick view in his proper colours

Feb. 16 – Mar. 16, 1681

1207

Weekly discovery of the mystery of iniquity

1681

1194

The Weekly Dispatch

Sept. 27, 1801 – Jan. 9, 1814

5509

 

1817-1818

5510

 

1819

5511

 

1820-1821

5516

 

1822-1823

5517

 

1824-1825

5518

 

1826

5519

 

1827

5520

 

1828

5521

 

1829

5522

 

1831

5523

 

1832

5524-25

 

1833

5526-27

 

1834

5528-29

 

1835

5530

 

1836

5531

 

1837

5532-33

 

1838

5534-35

 

1839

5536-37

 

1840

5538-39

 

1841

5540-41

 

1842

5542-43

 

1843

5544-45

 

1844

5546-47

 

1845

5548-49

 

1846

5550-51

 

1847

5552-53

 

1848

5554-55

 

1849

5556-57

 

1850

5558-59

 

1852

5560-61

 

1853

5562-63

 

1854

5564-65

 

1856

5566-5567

 

1857

5568-5569

 

1858

5570

 

1859

5571-5572

 

1860

5573-5574

Weekly entertainment

Oct. 24 – Nov. 7, 1700

1207

Weekly history: or, an account of the most remarkable particulars relating to the present progress of the gospel

1741 – 1742

1171

Weekly intelligencer of the Commonwealth faithfully communicating all affairs both martial and civil

[1650 – 1652]

1207

Weekly journal; or, British gazetteer, being the freshest advices foreign and domestick

1716 – 1720

265

 

1721 – 1722

708

 

1723 – 1724

709

 

1725 – 1728

710

 

1729 - 1730

711

Weekly journal: or Saturday’s post, with fresh advice foreign and domestick

May 1717 – 1719

922

 

1720 – 1722

923

 

1723 - 1724

924

The Weekly magazine

Nov. 9, 1734 - Sept. 13, 1735

6094

Weekly medley: or the gentleman’s recreation

Oct. – Dec. 1719

1095

Weekly memorial, or political observations on Englands benefits by war with France

Jan. 13, Jan. 20, 1692

1207

Weekly memorials for the indenious

Jan. 16, 1682 - Jan. 15, 1683

6095

Weekly miscellany. By Richard Hooker, of the Temple, Esq

1732 – 1734

266

 

1735 – 1737

598

 

1737 – 1741

599

Weekly museum

Mar. 19, 1774 -Apr. 6, 1776

6097

Weekly news and chronicle

June – Dec. 1851

3212

 

1852

3213

 

1853

3214

 

1854

3215

Weekly newsletter: or, an exact and impartial account of the most remarkable occurrences, foreign and domestick

June 29 – July 1, 1695

1207

Weekly oracle: or, universal library

1735 – Feb. 1737

1095

Weekly packet

Nov. 1714 – July 1721

950

Weekly pacquet of advice from Germany: or, the history of the Reformation of religion there

1679 – Feb. 1680

1194

Weekly pacquet of advice from Rome: or,  the history of popery

1678 – Jun. 1680

1128

 

July 1680 – 1681

1129

 

1682 – July 1683

1130

The Weekly post

Mar. 13, 1836 – Oct. 1, 1837

4726

Weekly post master: faithfully communicating his intelligence of the proceedings of Parliament, and many memorable passages, certified by letters and advertisements

Apr. 15, 1645

1207

Weekly register

1798 – 1799

647

Weekly register

Aug. 12, 1821 – 1822

4337

 

1823 – 1824

4338

 

1825 – 1826

4339

 

1827

4340

Weekly remarks

Mar. 25 – May 13, 1691

1207

The Weekly tribune

Oct. 6, 1849 – July 6, 1850

4723

Weekly true sun

Feb. 10, 1833 – 1834

4347

 

1835 – 1836

4348

 

1837

4349

 

1838 – 1839

4350

Weekly visions of the late popish plot

(Apr. 22) – June 3, 1681

1207

The Week’s news

1871

2467-2468

 

1872

2469-2470

 

1873

2471-2472

 

1874

2473-2474

 

1875

2475-2476

 

1876

2477-2478

 

1877

2479-2480

 

1878

2481-2482

 

Jan. – July 12, 1879

2483

The Week’s news

July 2, 1881 – Feb. 25, 1882

2743

Welch mercury, communicating remarkable intelligence and true newes to awle the whole kingdome

Oct. 2 – Nov. 11, 1643

1207

The West End

Apr. – June 1897

3812

 

Feb. 22 – Aug. 30, 1899

3814

The West End news (see also Elliot’s London advertiser)

June 27 – Dec. 1863

3797

 

1864

3798

 

1865 – 1866

3799

 

1867 – 1868

3800

 

1869

3801

 

1870 – 1871

3802

 

1872

3803

 

1873

3804

 

Jan. – June 1874

3805

 

July 1874 – May 22, 1875

3806

 

Aug. 14 – Dec. 1875

3806

 

1876

3807

 

1878

3808

The West End review

Aug. – Dec. 1897

3812

 

1898

3813

 

Jan. 1899

3814

The West London church chronicle

Feb. 22 – Dec. 20, 1890

3141

 

1891

3142

 

Mar. 19 – Dec. 1892

3143

 

1893

3144

 

1894 – Jan. 5, 1895

3145

The Westminster budget

Feb. – Oct. 1893

1796

 

Oct. 13, 1893 – May 4, 1894

1797

 

May 11 – Nov. 23, 1894

1798

 

Nov. 30, 1894 – Aug. 9, 1895

1799

 

Aug. 16, 1895 – May 8, 1896

1800

 

May 15 – Dec. 4, 1896

1801

 

Dec. 11, 1896 – June 25, 1897

1802

 

July – Dec. 1897

1803

 

Jan. – June 17, 1898

1804

 

June 24 – Dec. 30, 1898

1805

 

Jan. – May 19, 1899

1806

 

May 26 – Dec. 8, 1899

1807

 

Dec. 15, 1899 – Aug. 3, 1900

1808

 

Aug. 10, 1900 – Apr. 12, 1901

1809

 

Apr. 19 – Dec.  1901

1810

 

Jan. – Oct. 10, 1902

1811

 

Oct. 17, 1902 – June 26, 1903

1812

 

July 3, 1903 – Feb. 26, 1904

1813

 

Mar. 4 – Nov. 4, 1904

1814

Westminster gazette

Jan. 12 – 15, 1680

1207

Westminster journal: and London political miscellany

Feb. – Oct. 1768; Sept. 1771 – 1772, 1778

1021

Westminster journal and old British spy

Aug. 31, 1805 – 1808

4690

 

Dec. 31, 1809 – 1810

4691

Westminster journal; or the new weekly miscellany

Oct. 1742 – 1745

1101

 

1746 - 1748

1102

The Westminster magazine

1773 - 1777

5909

 

1778 - 1779

5910

 

1780 - 1781

5911

 

1782 - 1783

5912

 

1784 - July 1785

5913

The Westminster magazine

1780 - 1781

6105

The Wheelwoman

May 23 – Dec. 1896

1913

 

1897

1914

 

1898 – Jan. 28, 1899

1915

Whisperer

1770 – 1772

267

Whitehall

Sept. 9, 1693; July 26-Sept. 10, 1695; May 22-Sept. 19, 1696; June 25-Oct. 5, 1697; Aug. 21, 1702

1207

Whitehall evening post

Oct. 1718 – June 1719

781

 

1781

782

 

1782

783

 

1783

600

 

1784

601

 

1785

602

 

1786

603

 

1789

268

 

1787

604

 

1788

784

 

1790

785

 

1791

786

 

1794

787

 

1795

788

 

1796

789

 

1797

790

 

1798

791

 

1799

792

 

1880

793

Whitehall evening-post; or London intelligencer

Mar. – Dec. 1747

 

 

1748

605

 

1749

606

 

1750

607

 

1751

608

 

1754

609

 

1755

610

 

1756

611

 

1758

612

 

1759

613

 

1760

614

 

1761

615

 

1769

875

The Wife: A journal of home comforts

Jan. 30, 1892 – Sept. 23, 1893

1815

The Wit’s Magazine

Jan. 1784 – Apr. 1785

1399

The Women’s Herald

1891

3021

 

1892

3022

 

1893

3023

Women’s penny paper

Oct. 27, 1888 – 1889

3019

 

1890

3020

A Wonderfull and lamentable accident lately happened in low countries

?, 1624

1207

Wooler’s British gazette

1819 – 1821

4345

 

1822 – 1823

4346

A Word to purpose: or, a Parthian dart

?, 1659

1207

Workman’s advocate

Jan. – Feb. 1866

1456

World

July – Dec. 1788

913

 

1789

616-617

 

1790

618-619

 

1791

620-621

 

1792

914-915

 

July – Dec. 1793

916

 

Jan. – June 1794

917

The World

May 4, 1827 – 1829

4068

 

1830 – Mar. 28, 1832

4069

World. By Adam Fitz-Adam

1753 – 1756

269

World: Fashionable advertiser

1787

622-623

Yorkshire freeholder

Jan. – Mar. 1780

1131

Zion’s trumpet, a theological miscellany

June 1798 – Dec. 1801

1399