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A continuation of the true diurnall of passages in Parliament [electronic resource] : from ...

Standardized Title:
Continuation of the true diurnall of passages in Parliament (London, England : Jan. 1642 : Blunden).
Other Title:
Continuation of the true diurnal of passages in Parliament
Burney Collection
Publication:
[London] : Printed for Humphry Blunden in Cornhill, 1641.
Series:
17th-18th century Burney Collection newspapers [electronic resource].
17th-18th century Burney Collection newspapers
Format/Description:
Newspaper
Journal/Periodical
v. ;
Weekly
Numb. 2. (Ianuary 17. to Ianuary 24. [1642])-Numb. 11 (from March 21. to March 28. [1642]).
Continues:
Trve diurnall of the last vveeks passages in Parliament
Subjects:
Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Newspapers.
Form/Genre:
Newsbooks.
Place of Publication:
Great Britain England London.
Notes:
Imprint beneath chronological designation; subsequent issues lack imprints; cf. Nelson & Seccombe.
Pagination and register continues from the preceding title.
Publication ceased with Numb. 11; the House of Commons having resolved on 28 Mar. 1642, "that all unlicensed newspapers should be suppressed"; cf. Frank.
Reproduction of the originals from the Burney Collection, the British Library (London).
This record subsumes all editions (including counterfeits and rival editions, etc.) of individual issues of this title, as recorded by Nelson & Seccombe.
Title from caption..
Year of publication from Lady Day dating of the first day's news.
Numbering continues from the preceding title.
Several issues appear in two or three versions, of which at least one is another printing; the second version of no. 11 has a different text and is assumed to be a counterfeit. Distinctions between different versions of the same issue of this newsbook are recorded in Nelson & Seccombe.
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. 2009 miunns
A combined reprint of the first isssues of this, Wm. Cooke's, and J. Greensmith's 'Diurnall's was published in Edinburgh as: A continvation of the true diurnall occvrrences in Parliament.
A partial reprint of No. 2 published with the imprint "And to bee sold by stationers"; cf. Nelson & Seccombe, 66.2
The first issue of this paper appeared under a different title: A trve diurnall of the last weeks passages in Parliament.
Local notes:
Images from the source library are selected or scattered issues as well as various editions of the cataloged title and related titles (where indicated in the MARC record) as representative of the general publishing history of the title during the 17th and 18th centuries.
Cited in:
Frank, J. Beginnings of the English Newspaper 1620-1660, p. 22, 278-280
NCBEL I.2094
Nelson & Seccombe. Brit. newspapers and periodicals, 1641-1700, 623.02-11B
Raymond, J. The invention of the newspaper, p. 22
Contributor:
Blunden, Humphrey, publisher.
OCLC:
643151924
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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