About the author: Emily Lorraine de Montluzin is a professor of history at Francis Marion University in Florence, South Carolina. She received her PhD in History from Duke University. She is the author of five books identifying anonymous and pseudonymous contributors to the Anti-Jacobin Review, the Gentleman’s Magazine, and the European Magazine, as well as articles concerning 18th and 19th century British press history.
2002 0-7734-7351-3 This is a fully annotated scholarly anthology of selected excerpts from the Gentleman’s Magazine concerning topics of crime, medicine, science and natural history, archaeology, religion, parliamentary reporting, the American Colonies, the French Revolution, riots and radicalism, and literary criticism. Established in 1731 and generally considered the first major magazine in England, it constitutes an enormous and scarcely tapped source for scholarly investigation of Hanoverian culture and society. After a general introduction, nine chapters contain annotated excerpts from the first hundred years of publication, arranged topically, chosen to cover the widest possible range of aspects of Georgian life.