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RECORDS, PRESS, AND PUBLIC

of privilege in the house of commons, whilst Alderman Wilkes championed the printers, and ingeniously enlisted on their behalf the sympathies and authority of the city of London.
During this period of prohibition, how did the enterprising editors and publishers of magazines and other periodicals obtain the parliamentary information which, at much risk to themselves, they supplied to the public? This is a question on which Cave, the editor of the Gentleman's Magazine, and Samuel Johnson, the most famous of his contributors, have thrown some light. The publication of debates in the Gentleman's Magazine began in July 1732. In 1738, when Johnson was about thirty years old, he was employed by Cave to revise the notes and reports of Guthrie, his chief reporter, who was not a skilful writer. Soon, instead of correcting the reports, he drew them up himself, and eventually he wrote them all. From the sitting of November 25th, 1740, to that of November 22nd, 1743, all the reports in the Gentleman's Magazine are from Johnson's hand, and, during that period, if we are to trust these reports, every parliamentary orator, without exception, when he rose to speak, delivered himself of a leading article in ample and sonorous 3ohnsonese. The reports were a great success; they sent up the circulation of the magazine, and were translated into French and other foreign languages.

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