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Among these were pamphlets, posters, ballads etc. Even when the news periodicals emerged, many of these co-existed with them. A news periodical differs from these mainly because of its periodicity.
The definition for 17th century newsbooks and newspapers is that they are published at least once a week. This was probably the reason why the first newspaper in the English language was printed in Rome by Joris Veseler around However, when the English started printing their own papers in Londonthey reverted to the pamphlet format used by contemporary books.
The publication of these newsbooks was suspended between and by order of Star Chamber. After they resumed publication, the era of these newsbooks lasted until the publication of the Oxford Gazette in The control over printing relaxed greatly after the abolition of Star Chamber in The Civil War escalated the demand for news.
News pamphlets or books reported the war, often supporting one side or the other. Following the Restoration there arose a number of publications, including the London Gazette first published on 16 November as the Oxford Gazette the first official journal of record and the newspaper of the Crown.
The Public Advertiser was started by Henry Woodfall in the 18th century. In Februaryhe began his weekly, The Review, which was eventually printed three times a week and was a forerunner of The Tatler started by Richard Steele in and The Spectator started by Steele and Joseph Addison in Between and he published a monthly newspaper with old style title, Mercurius Politicus.
The Examiner started in as the chief Conservative political mouthpiece, which enjoyed as its most influential contributor, Jonathan Swift.
Swift had control of the journal for 33 issues between November and Junebut once he became dean of St. The 76th issue of the original paper contained a paragraph mentioning the House of Lords, for which the publisher was told he would have to pay a fine. He preferred to discontinue his publication instead.
Its first issue was dated Feb and was sold for a penny. The paper was produced twice weekly for five years, then continued as the Scots Courant until April Later that same year, the Edinburgh Evening Courant began publication, and it survived until the Evening News came into existence in The increasing popularity and influence of newspapers was problematic to the government of the day.
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The first bill in parliament advocating a tax on newspapers was proposed in The duty eventually imposed in was a halfpenny on papers of half a sheet or less and a penny on newspapers that ranged from half a sheet to a single sheet in size. Jonathan Swift expressed in his Journal to Stella on 7 Augustdoubt in the ability of The Spectator to hold out against the tax.
This doubt was proved justified in December by its discontinuance. However, some of the existing journals continued production and their numbers soon increased. Part of this increase was attributed to corruption and political connections of its owners.
Later, toward the middle of the same century, the provisions and the penalties of the Stamp Act were made more stringent, yet the number of newspapers continued to rise.
In the total number of copies of newspapers sold yearly in Britain amounted to 7, In it had risen to 9, and in to 11, In the number of newspapers published in London alone had increased to It is the oldest English-language general daily newspaper still in publication in the world, having first been printed in The 18th century saw the gradual development of the purely political journal side-by-side with those papers which were primarily devoted to news, domestic and foreign, and commerce.
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