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STEELE, Sir Richard (1672--1729)
The Englishman: being the sequel of the Guardian.
London: printed by Sam. Buckley, 1714.
[2], vi, 292, [12] p. ; 15.6 cm. (12º)

Anonymous. By Sir Richard Steele. With an index. Like its predecessor The Guardian, a short-lived newspaper founded by Richard Steele with contributions from Joseph Addison and others and originally published in 175 numbers from 12 March to 1 October 1713, The Englishman was originally issued as a periodical three times a week between 6 October 1713 and 15 February 1714, in 57 numbers. It was resurrected in the following year and a further 38 numbers issued between 11 July 1715 and 21 November 1715, later collected as the second volume in 1716. Steele's commentary on English parliamentary affairs cost him his seat in Parliament. ESTC t149609.

Binding C18th sheep, blind-ruled borders, without spine-label or lettering.

Reference Number 318


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