The Moderate intelligencer [electronic resource] : impartially communicating martiall affaires to the kingdome of England.

Standardized Title:
Moderate intelligencer (London, England : 1645)
Other Title:
Burney Collection
London : printed for R[obert]. W[hite]., 1645-1649.
17th-18th century Burney Collection newspapers [electronic resource].
17th-18th century Burney Collection newspapers
v. ;
Weekly (Thurs.)
Numb. 1 (From Thursday February 27. to Thursday March 6. 1645)-Numb. 237 (From Thursday, Septemb. 27, to Thursday, Octobber [sic] 4. 1649)
Parliament scout
Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Newspapers -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
Great Britain England London.
As one of the longest-running and most successful newsbooks, it had a number of competitors and imitators.
Attributed to John Dillingham. Cf. Nelson & Seccombe.
Imprint from colophon.
Imprint varies.
Pagination and signatures are continuous.
Printers changed during 1648 as a result of Gilbert Mabbott's attempt to take over the newsbook; the attempt was unsuccessful.
Publication ceased as a result of the Licensing Act of 1649, which supressed the entire licensed press from 12 Oct. 1649 until mid-1650.
Reproduction of the originals from the Burney Collection, the British Library (London).
Some issues dated according to Lady Day dating.
This record subsumes all editions and variants of individual issues of this title, as recorded by Nelson & Seccombe.
Title from caption.
Gap in publication; none published: 29 Jul.-12 Aug. 1647.
Numb. 44 misdated: 1546.
Numbs. 38 and 103 repeated in numbering.
Numbs. 62, 103, and 106 have variant issues (not in the Thomason Collection). Cf. Nelson & Seccombe.
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. 2009 miunns
A companion publication 'The Moderate intelligencer' issued on a Tuesday, appeared for one issue in 1649.
According to Frank this title was revived by Dillingham in 1652; Nelson & Seccombe are doubtful about the attribution of the 1652 title to Dillingham.
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.90-91, 228
Nelson & Seccombe. Brit. newspapers and periodicals, 1641-1700, 419.001-237
Dillingham, John.
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