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Court Culture and Political News in Eighteenth-Century Newspapers
ELH (2006)
  • Ann C. Dean, University of Southern Maine

This article presents a perspective on the issue of reporting of newspapers during the eighteenth century in London, England. Eighteenth century readers could find political and current events in Great Britain and other countries in weekly newspapers. The availability of the report plays an important role in narratives of the development of mercantile capitalism and republican government.

  • Newspapers,
  • reporters & reporting,
  • political doctrines
Publication Date
Fall 2006
Citation Information
Ann C. Dean. "Court Culture and Political News in Eighteenth-Century Newspapers" ELH Vol. 73 Iss. 3 (2006)
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