Letters to Mr. Urban of the Gentleman's magazine, 1751-1811
Gentleman's Magazine, begun in 1731, soon featured a section devoted to letters from various correspondents on many subjects, from all parts of Britain and abroad. There was virtually no subject left untouched.
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Richard Greene 171693
William Bickerstaffe 172889 An Active Curate
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