The Newry Magazine; or, Literary & Political Register. For 1816, 1817, and 1818. Volumes 2, 3 & 4 (of 5) bound as one. Illustrated with engraved plates.


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Newry: Printed by Alex. Wilkinson, Telegraph-Office, Margaret-Street, 1816-18. Large post octavo. pp. 89-526, 566, 300 (double column). Brown cloth, title in gilt on morocco label on spine. Minor
wear, otherwise a very good copy.
James Stuart (1764-1842) historian, was born in Armagh and educated at Armagh Royal School and T.C.D. Although called to the bar he never practised. Stuart was the first editor of the ‘Newry Telegraph’ and between 1815 and 1819 also edited the ‘Newry Magazine’. In 1827 he founded and edited the ‘Guardian and Constitutional Advocate’, but ill health forced him to abandon it.

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