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The Rambler
Bib ID 2804640
Format JournalJournal
Uniform Title Rambler (London, England : 1750)
Description London : printed for J. Payne, 1752 
208 no. in 6 v. ; 17 cm. 
Numbering Note No. 208 is misdated Mar. 17, 1752. 
Notes

All numbers were written by Samuel Johnson, except no. 10 (by Hester Mulso Chapone), no. 30 (by Catherine Talbot), no. 97 (by Samuel Richardson), no. 44 and 100 (by Elizabeth Carter), and parts of no. 15 and 107 by unknown correspondents.

Life Dates No. 1(Mar. 20, 1750)-no. 208 (Mar. [14], 1752) 
Sub-series of

Early English newspapers

Frequency Twice weekly 
Subjects English essays - Periodicals.  |  Great Britain - Politics and government - 1727-1760 - Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784  |  Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761  |  Chapone, Mrs. (Hester), 1727-1801  |  Talbot, Catherine, 1721-1770  |  Carter, Elizabeth, 1717-1806

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