The Scots Magazine 1761
AP 3 .S35 vol. 23 1761
Date of Publication
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The Scots Magazine is the oldest magazine in the world that is still in publication. It was established in 1739 and continued publication until 1826. It resumed publication from 1887 through 1893, resumed again between 1922 and 1924, and finally again in 1927 from which point it has continually been published.
The Scots Magazine vol. 23 1761 contains articles of interest to the Scots concerning not only Scotland but also Great Britain, Europe, America,and other parts of the world. Topics include the coronation of George III; the marriage of George III; the Cherokees in South Carolina; the East Indies; marriages, births, and deaths; crimes and trials, Highlanders, medical discoveries and treatments, and many other subjects. Please see the attached Tables of Content and Index.
The Pettus Archives received the volume from the Bookworm and Silverfish in 2018
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Magazines, Scotland, Great Britain, 18th Century, Genealogy
European History | Journalism Studies | Literature in English, British Isles
Magazine, Scots, "The Scots Magazine 1761" (1761). Rare Books. 72.
When searching the indexes and tables of contents of this volume, bear in mind that this volume uses the long s (also known as medial or descending s). The OCR will not read the long s therefore the researcher should manually search the pages.