Catalog Record: The Lover and Reader. To which are prefixed the Whig-examiner. And a selection from the Medley, of papers | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The Lover and Reader. To which are prefixed the Whig-examiner. And a selection from the Medley, of papers / written by the principal authors of the Tatler, Spectator, and Guardian.

Related Names: Addison, Joseph 1672-1719., Steele, Richard Sir 1672-1729., Steele, Richard Sir 1672-1729., Nichols, John 1745-1826.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed by and for John Nichols, 1789.
Edition: A new edition, with notes and illustrations.
Note: The Lover, written in imitation of the Tatler, was produced by Sir Richard Steele (under the pseudonym of Marmaduke Myrtle, gent.) assisted by Joseph Addison. 40 nos. were issued, Feb. 25-May 27, 1714; the Reader, also by Steele, consisted of 9 nos., and was issued from Apr. 22-May 10, 1714; the Whig-examiner, by Joseph Addison, appeared from Sept. 14-Oct.12, 1710, nos. 1-5; the Medley was edited by Arthur Maynwaring and John Oldmixon.
Edited by John Nichols.
Physical Description: vi, [3]-140, 360 p. ; 23 cm.
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