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Front page of The Gentleman's Magazine, London, May 1759.

Date Published 1759; photo date 2 Dec 2007.
Source Own photo of original 1759 magazine.
Author Photograph by MichaelMaggs; original author "SYLVANUS URBAN, Gent".


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