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Magazines Established In 1825

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Regularly published magazines or pamphlets, such as Tatler and Spectator, also appear in England around this time. They offer poetry, politics, and philosophy for Londonas elite, and they serve readerships of a few thousand. The first publication to use the term Magazine was Gentlemanas Magazine, which appeared in London in 1731 and consisted of reprinted articles from newspapers, books, and political pamphlets. Later, Magazine began publishing original work by such writers as Defoe, Samuel Johnson, and Alexander Pope. Without a substantial middle class, widespread literacy, or advanced printing technology, magazines develop slowly in colonial America. Like partisan newspapers of time, these magazines serve politicians, educate, and merchant classes. Pay circulations were lo wa between one hundred and fifteen hundred copies. However, early magazines do serve the more widespread purpose of documenting the new nation coming to terms with issues of taxation, State versus federal power, Indian treaties, public education, and the end of colonialism. George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, and John Hancock all wrote for early magazines, and Paul Revere worked as a magazine illustrator for a time. The first colonial magazines appeared in Philadelphia in 1741, about fifty years after the first newspapers. Andrew Bradford started it all with American Magazine, or Monthly View of Political State of British Colonies. Three days later, Benjamin Franklinas General Magazine and Historical Chronicle appear. Bradfordas Magazine lasted only three Monthly issues, due to circulation and postal obstacles that Franklin, who had replaced Bradford as Philadelphiaas postmaster, put in its way. For instance, Franklin mails his magazine without paying high postal rates that he subsequently charges others. Franklinas Magazine primarily duplicates what was already available in local papers. After six months it, too, stopped publication. Nonetheless, following the Philadelphia experiments, magazines began to emerge in other Colonies, beginning in Boston in the 1740s. Most successful magazines simply reprint articles from leading London periodicals, keeping readers abreast of European events. These magazines include New Yorkas Independent Reflector and Pennsylvania Magazine, edited by activist Thomas Paine, which helped rally the Colonies against British rule. By 1776, about hundred colonial magazines had appeared and disappear. Although historians consider them dull and uninspired for the most part, these magazines helped launch a new medium that caught on after the American Revolution. After the Revolution, growth of the magazine industry in the newly Independent United States remained slow. Delivery costs remain high, and some postal carriers refuse to carry magazines because of their weight. Only twelve magazines operated in 1800. By 1825, about hundred magazines exist, although about another five hundred had failed between 1800 and 1825. Nevertheless, during the first quarter of the nineteenth century, most communities had their own weekly magazines. These magazines feature essays on local issues, government activities, and political intrigue, as well as material reprint from other sources. They sell some advertising but are usually in precarious financial straits because of their small circulations.

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Citation styles

Newspapers are not usually cited in bibliography. Newspaper footnotes are formatted similarly to those for magazines, but for large dailies, edition information may need to be include, or section numbers may need to be added to page numbers. Bibliographic citations for articles accessed in electronic format can include URL. In rare cases that DOI might be available, it is still preferable. Note that access dates are not required in CMS16. For online news sites, URLs can be truncated at first slash. Note Number. Author, Article Title, regular Column Name, Newspaper Title, Month, Day, Year, Edition. Section Relevant Page. 1. Lewiston resident has 12 boxes of antique bricks, Sun Spots Sun-Journal, May 26 1994 6. 2. Rat Fight Awaiting Financing,. Petersburg Evening Independent, July 24 1972, City final Edition, 6-C. Https: / news. Google. Com / newspapers? Nid = 950 & dat = 19720724 & id = QEBQAAAAIBAJ & sjid = uFcDAAAAIBAJ & pg = 3881 2159905 note Number. Shorten Author, shorten Article Title, Relevant Page. Bibliographic citations for newspapers are optional, However, if you are using only a few newspaper articles in your writing or if a newspaper article is particularly important to your argument, you may choose to cite it as you would Magazine. If the headline is printed in capital letters, convert it to upper and lower case. Author. Article Title. Full Newspaper Title, Date Month, Year. URL or DOI. Calloway, Earl. Soprano Leontyne Price Sings Gala Concert for Wheaton. Chicago Defender, Oct 14 1989. Http: / search. Proquest. Com / docview / 246853363. Luther. Incendiary: Violent Talk indulged in by Maine Radicals. Boston Globe, December 22 1879 1. Http: / search. Proquest. Com / docview / 492357808.

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The Early History of Magazines

First magazines appeared in seventeent h-century France in the form of bookseller catalogues and notices that book publishers insert in newspapers. In fact, word Magazine derives from the French term magasin, meaning astorehouse. The earliest magazines were astorehousesa of writing and reports taken mostly from newspapers. Today, word magazine broadly refers to collections of articles, stories, and advertisements appearing in nondaily periodicals that are published in smaller tabloid style rather than in larger broadsheet newspaper style. The first political magazine, called Review, appeared in London in 1704. Edit by political activist and novelist Daniel Defoe, Review was printed sporadically until 1713. Like Nation, National Review, and Progressive in the United States today, early European magazines were channels for political commentary and argument. These periodicals look like newspapers of time, but they appear less frequently and are oriented toward broad domestic and political commentary rather than recent news.

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