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The Beginnings of the English Newspaper, 1620–1660

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ISBN 9780674331952

Publication Date: 10/01/1961

384 pages

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  • Preface
  • I. The Un-English English Newspaper: 1620–1642
  • II. The First English Newspapers: November 1641 to January 1643
  • III. Childhood: January to September 1643
  • IV. Early Adolescence: I. September 1643 to July 1644
  • V. Early Adolescence: II. August 1644 to July 1645
  • VI. Growing Pains: August 1645 to May 1646
  • VII. Late Adolescence: June 1646 to September 1647
  • VIII. Coming of Age: September 1647 to June 1648
  • IX. Maturity: July 1648 to January 1649
  • X. Decline and Fall: February to October 1649
  • XI. The Commonwealth Newspaper: I. October 1649 to September 1651
  • XII. The Commonwealth Newspaper: II. October 1651 to April 1653
  • XIII. The Newspaper Under the Protectorate: May 1653 to September 1655
  • XIV. The End: October 1655 to June 1660
  • XV. Conclusion
  • Appendices
  • Bibliography
  • Notes
  • Index of Seventeenth-Century Newspapers
  • General Index

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