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date: 20 November 2019

Ladies’ Mercury 

Source:
A Dictionary of Journalism
Author(s):

Tony Harcup

Probably the first *women’s magazine in the world, published for just four issues in London in 1693 and promising to answer readers’ queries about love and relationships with ‘the zeal and softness becoming to the sex’. Although aimed at women, it was published by a man, ... ...

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