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The following is a List of the London

Newspapers and Political Pamphlets.

General Agents,--NEWTON and Co. Country Newspaper Office, Warwick sq., and WHITE, Fleet st. 1819

Daily Morning.
British Press, 127, Strand, near Exeter Change
New Times, Fleet street
Morning Chronicle, 143, Strand
Morning Post, 335, Strand
Morning Herald, 18, Catherine street, Strand
Morning Advertiser, 127, Fleet street
Public Ledger, 12, Warwick sq., Newgate street
Times, Printing House square, Blackfriars.

Daily Evening.
British Statesman, Strand
Courier, 348, Strand
Globe, 127, Strand, opposite Exeter Change
Star, Pickett street
Sun, 112, Strand
Statesman, Salisbury court, Fleet street
Traveller, Crane court

Monday, Wednes., and Friday.
Evening Mail, Printing House square, Blackfriars
London Packet, 12, Warwick square
London Chronicle, Crane court

Tuesday, Thurs., and Saturday.
Commercial Chronicle, Crane court
English Chronicle, 3, Catherine street, Strand
General Evening Post, 28, Paternoster row
St. James's Chronicle, Union st., Blackfriars

Tuesday and Friday.
Courier de Londres, Queen street, Lincolns' Inn Fields

Tuesday and Saturday.
London Gazette (by authority), Cannon row, Westminster

Farmers' Journal, Budge row
County Chronicle, 18, Warwick square

Philanthropic Gazette
British Mercury, 5, Hind court, Fleet street

Bankrupt Commercial Register, and Guildhall Diary, 267, Strand

Cobbett's Register, 5, Bream's buildings

Saturday and Monday.
Imperial Gazette, 45, Old Bailey
Mirror of the Times, 5, Hind court, Fleet street
Westminster Journal, 45, Old Bailey
Literary Gazette, 267, Strand
Literary Journal, Strand
Bent 's Monthly List of New Publications, published on the 10th of every month
Constitutional Review, 66, Pall Mall
Preceptor, 377, Strand

Monitor, Lombard street
Wooler's British Gazette, 4, Catherine street
Goldsmith's Monitor, Catherine street
Constitution, Salisbury court
Dispatch, 15, Fleet street
Englishman, 5, Hind court, Fleet street
Examiner, Catherine street
Champion, ditto
London and Provincial Gazette, Fleet street
Sunday Advertiser, 127, Fleet street
Independent Whig, Strand
British Luminary, One Bell Yard
Recorder, Lombard street

Sunday and Monday.
Observer, 169, Strand
Bell's Messenger, 1, Catherine Street
National Register, Chancery lane
Neptune, Fleet street
News, Brydges street, Covent Garden
Der Verkundiger, 13, ditto twice a month

Every Third Week.
Hue and Cry, (Police Gazette) 240, Strand
Tenth of each Month—Literary Advertiser, Paternoster row
Racing Calendar, 16 Numbers a Year. Weatherby, Oxendon street. Promiscuously.

Every Week.
The Bookseller's Remembrancer
This novel idea has met with considerable support among booksellers, and has been admitted into many public libraries. It consists of a large 4to volume, into which weekly notices of new works and new editions are introduced for general inspection.


Source: Leigh's New Picture of London. Printed for Samuel Leigh, 18, Strand;
by W. Clowes, Northumberland Court. 1819