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The Press Organ: 68

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ALFRED GADSBY, STEAM MACHINE PRINTER, CRANE COURT,

FLEET STREET.

Adams, Henry, 205.
Advertisements, Legal, 10.
Advertising in Paris, 153.
Alexandria, 35.
Algeria, 140.
America. (See “New York Correspondence.").
America, Facilities to Newspaper Circulation in, 51.
America, Growth of Journals in, 197.
America, South. (See “South America.").
Amsterdam Correspondence (see also “Holland”), 179.
Associated Press, The Mystery of the, 219.
Australia, 16, 56, 98, 120, 140, 161, 203, 228, 248.
Australia, South. (See “South Australia.")
Australia, Western. (See “ Western Australia.").
Austria (see also “ Vienna Correspondence "), 54, 96, 137, 159,

177, 200, 225, 245.
Baden, 75, 178, 201, 226, 246.
Baines' Libel Bill, Mr., 92.
Baldwin, Charles, 79.
Bankrupts, 19, 39, 60, 100, 124, 144, 165, 206.
Barker, Horace, 228.
Barrow, Edward, 205.
Bavaria (see also “ Munich Correspondence"), 14, 34, 54, 75, 97,

117, 138, 160, 178, 201, 226.
Belgium, 54, 75, 137, 246.
Berlin. (See " Hamburg Correspondence.")
Berlin, Press Trials in 1868 at, 70.
Bohemia, 138.
Bonner, Robert, 110.
Boston Newspapers, 155.
British Museum and the Newspapers, The, 175.
British North America, 77, 98, 140, 248.
Bulmer, William, 18.
Calvert, Thomas, 206.
Canada, 98, 140, 248.
Carleton, William, 79.
Changes ahead, 195.
China, 16, 35, 121, 161.
Class Journalism in the United States and Canada, 133.
Clippings from an Old File, 193, 241.
Comments on Cases sub Judice, 28, 243.
Common Serjeant on Newspapers, The, 94.
Conveyance of Newspapers by Post, 112.
Cooke, Henry, 99.
Corkran, Sutton, 249.
Correspondence, 10, 38, 57, 77, 94, 114, 135, 157, 175, 198, 244.
Correspondents’ Column, The, 222.
Corrupt Newspapers, One Hundred, 157.
Country Newspaper, How to Conduct a, 242.
Country Press, Parliamentary Summaries of the, 51.
Cuba, 56, 98, 121.
Canliffe, John, 18.
Cunningham, Peter, 142.
Curious Press Trial, A, 91.
Daily News, History of the, 10.
Defoe as a Journalist, 197.
Denmark, 14, 97, 118, 138, 159, 178, 201, 226, 247.
Dilke, Sir C. W., 143.
Disappointed Contributors, 51.
Disqualification of Newspaper Proprietors from holding the Com-

mission of the Peace, 216.
Distressing Consequences of Newspaper Reading, 113.
Early Days of the Manchester Press, 72, 94.
Editor, A Roving, 49.
Editor, Manifold Requirements Wanted for an, 155.

Editors, Trials of, 100.
Egypt, 119, 201.
English Journalism in the “Far East,” 77.
English Mercurie again, The, 38.
Essex Standard and Rev. George Tuffnell, The, 114.
Extracts from my Notebook, 28, 68.
Facilities to Newspaper Circulation in America, 51.
Famous Correspondent, The, 174.
“ Far East,” English Journalism in the, 77.
Farrant, Robert, 205.
Fiji Islands, 121.
France. (See “Paris Correspondence.")
France, Liberty of the Press in, 29.
French Press, Prizes given by the, 71.
Germany, North. (See “Hamburg Correspondence.")
Germany, The Newspapers of, 69.
Gibraltar, 35.
Glasgow Herald Festival, 49.
Greece, 14, 98.
Growth of Journals in America, 197.
Hamburg Correspondence, 13, 33, 53, 74, 95, 117, 136, 158, 176,

199, 224, 245.
Hassell, Walter Willis, 58.
Havin, of the Paris Siècle, M. 9.
Herrmann, The London German Paper, 113.
Hill, George, 181.
History of the Daily News, 10.
History of the Invalide Russe, 49.
History of the Press in Western Australia, 90.
Holland (see also Netherlands), 14, 54.
Home Subjects, 19, 38, 59, 79, 100, 123, 143, 163, 182, 206, 229,

249. House of Commons, Reporters' Gallery in the, 114. How to conduct a Country Newspaper, 212. Hughes, John, 18. Hungary, 35. Illustrated Newspapers, 219. India, 56, 140, 203, 248. India, Progress of Native Journalism in, 48. Intellectual Training of Journalists, The, 50. Invalide Russe, History of the, 49. Isle of Réunion, 75. Italy, 15, 35, 55, 118, 138, 160, 174, 201, 226, 247. Italy, The Press in, 70. Jamaica, 121. Japan, 35, 57, 244, 249. Japan Punch, 244. Jerdan, William, 181, 198. Journalism, Intellectual Training for, 50, 194. Journalism in Victoria, 222. Journalism, Sensational, 73, 174. Journalistic Education, 243. Journalist, The, 112. Journals of Note, 49, 71, 92, 110, 132, 194, 219, 241. Kemp, H. L., 123. Lady Journalists, 223. Law Intelligence, 17, 37, 57, 77, 99, 122, 141, 161, 180, 204. Law of Libel, The, 4, 47, 67, 87, 89, 108, 141, 172, 216, 240. Laws, The Newspaper, 156. Leading Articles, 3, 27, 47, 67, 87, 107, 131, 151, 171, 191, 215, 239. Legal Advertisements, 10. Legal Reporting, 30. Length of Reports, 134.

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Libel Bill of Session 1869, The, 91.

Press Trials at Berlin in 1868, 70. Libel, The Law of. (See “Law of Libel.")

Press, Writing for the, 8. Liberty of the Press in France, 29.

Privileged Parliamentary Reports and Comments, 6. Literary Criticisms of the New York Press, 112.

Prizes given by the French Press, 71. Lucas, Samuel, 38

Progress of Native Journalism in India, The, 48.

Prosecution of the National Reformer, The, 93. Magistracy and the Press, The, 216, 244.

Prosecutions in England, Press, 10. Manchester Press, Early Days of the, 72, 94.

Provincial Newspaper Society, The, 133. Manifold Requirements that are Wanted to make an Editor, 155.

Provincial Press, New Era for the, 30.
Manson, James B., 18.

Punch, Japan, 244.
Meeting of Newspaper Proprietors, 196.
Men of the Press, 88, 150, 192.

Raymond, George, 143.
Mottoes, Newspaper, 10.

Rayner, William, 181. Mowatt, A. M., 181.

Reporters' Gallery in the House of Commons, The, 114. Munich Correspondence (see also “Bavaria”), 34.

Reporting, Legal, 30. My Notebook, Extracts from, 28, 68.

Reports, Length of, 134. Mystery of the Associated Press, The, 219.

Réunion, Isle of, 75.

Reviews, 92, 135.
National Reformer, Prosecution of the, 93.

Richardson, T. E., 228.
Native Journalism in India, Progress of, 48.
Necrology, Our Monthly, 18, 38, 58, 79, 99, 123, 142, 163, 181, 205, Rights and Duties of the Press, 174.

Right of Parliamentary Reporting, The, 29.
228, 249.
Netherlands, The, 99, 118, 179, 201.

Rise and Progress of the Press in Scotland, 174. New Era for the Provincial Press, A, 30.

Roberts, Richard, 58. New News-Collecting Arrangements, The, 6.

Roumania, 113, 138.

Roving Editor, A, 49. New Press Association, The, 26.

Rowell's Newspaper Directory, 135, 153, 173. “News," The Word, 57.

Russia (see also “St. Petersburg Correspondence"), 14, 34, 54, Newspaper Comments on Cases sub Judice, 28, 243.

97, 118, 138, 159, 178, 201, 225, 246. Newspaper Laws, The, 156. Newspaper Mottoes, 10.

Sandwich Islands, The, 140. Newspaper Press Fund, The, 154, 197.

Saxony, The Press in, 217. Newspaper Readers, 113.

Scotch Papers and the Telegraphs, The, 69. Newspaper Reading, Distressing Consequences of, 113.

Scotland, Rise and Progress of the Press in, 174. Newspapers, &c., Repeal Act, 1869, 109, 150, 222.

Sending out the News, 50. Newspapers of Germany, The, 69.

Sensational Journalism, 73, 174. Newspapers v. Books, 156.

Seymour, Charles B., 143. Newsvendors' Benevolent and Provident Institution, 114.

Sheil, George, 58. Newsvendors' Sunday Movement, The, 109.

Singapore, 140. New York Correspondence, 15, 36, 55, 76, 98, 119, 138, 160, 179, Slang-Whanging Journalism, 222. 202, 226, 247.

Smith, Toulmin, 143. New York Press, Literary Criticisms of the, 112.

South America, 248. New Zealand, 16, 56, 77, 98, 121, 203, 228.

South Australia, 228. Norway, 48.

Spain, 14, 34, 55, 75, 119, 201, 226, 246. Notebook, Extracts from my, 28, 68.

Spain, The Press in, 70. Notes and Queries, 19, 39, 60, 80, 100, 124, 144, 165, 183, 206, 230, St. Petersburg Correspondence (see also “ Russia "), 2 25. 250.

Stereotyping Newspapers, 112.

Stockholm Correspondence (see also “Sweden "), 75, 138, 159, Obituary, 19, 39, 60, 80, 100, 124, 144, 165, 183, 206, 230, 250

177, 246. One Hundred Corrupt Newspapers, 157.

Story of the Owl, The, 114. Our Monthly Necrology, 18, 38, 58, 79, 99, 123, 142, 163, 181, 205, Sweden (see also “ Stockholm Correspondence"), 75, 97, 118 228, 249.

138, 159, 177, 201, 246. Owl, Story of the, 114.

Switzerland, 55, 75, 98, 118, 139.
Paris, Advertising in, 153.
Paris Correspondence, 11, 31, 52, 73, 94, 115, 135, 157, 176, 198, Toast of " The Press," The, 4.

Taking Things for Granted, 51.
223, 244.
Parliamentary Reporting, Right of, 29.

Townsend, George, 100. Parliamentary Reports and Comments, Privileged, 6.

Training for Journalism, 50, 194. Parliamentary Summaries of the Country Press, 51.

Trial, A Curious Press, 91.

Trials of Editors, The, 100.
Partnerships Dissolved, 60, 80, 100, 124, 165, 183, 206, 230, 250.
Party Journalism, 172.

Tufnell, The Essex Standard and the Rev. G., 114.
Perring, Robert, 249.

Turkey, 55, 98, 139, 160, 201. Peru, 98.

Turkey, The Press in, 156. Phillips, Sir Benjamin, on the Early History of Newspapers, 135.

Twenty Years Ago, 5. Portugal, 55, 226.

United States. (See “ New York Correspondence.")
Power of the Press, The, 72.

United States and Canada, Class Journalism in, 133.
Press Association, Limited, The, 91.
Press Fund, The Newspaper, 154, 196.

Victoria, Journalism in, 222.
Press in Italy, The, 70.

Vienna Correspondence (see also “Austria "), 14, 96, 159, 177, Press in Japan, The, 57.

200, 225, 245. Press in Saxony, The, 217.

Watts, Thomas, 228. · Press in Spain, The, 70.

Weld, C. R., 59. Press in Turkey, The, 156.

Wescombe, Charles, 142. Press Man, Mayor of Waterford, A, 28.

Western Australia, History of the Press of, 90. Press, Men of the. (See “Men of the Press.")

Williams, Alderman James, 18. Press Prosecutions in England, 10.

Writing for the Press, 8, Press, Rights and Duties of the, 174.

Wiirtemberg, 75, 178.

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