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After characteristically varied and unsuccessful efforts at conducting a periodical, newspaper writing, and preaching as a Unitarian (a creed which was then considered by most Englishmen disreputable and which Coleridge later abandoned), he moved with his wife in 1797 to Nether Stowey in Somersetshire.
Poe's first genuine victory was won in 1833, when he was the successful competitor for a prize of $100 offered by a Baltimore periodical for the best prose story.
His prophecy, I remember, appeared in November or December, 1893, in a long-defunct publica- tion, the PALL MALL BUDGET, and I recall a caricature of it in a pre-Martian periodical called PUNCH.
On the left was an old abandoned mill, with its motionless wings, from the ruins of which an owl threw out its shrill, periodical, and monotonous cry.
And what with the standing spectacle of the black terrific Ahab, and the periodical tumultuous visitations of these three savages, Dough-Boy's whole life was one continual lip-quiver.
After I had fallen over eight or nine precipices and thus found out that one half of my brain had been asleep eight or nine times without the wide-awake, hard-working other half suspecting it, the periodical unconsciousnesses began to extend their spell gradually over more of my brain-territory, and at last I sank into a drowse which grew deeper and deeper and was doubtless just on the very point of being a solid, blessed dreamless stupor, when--what was that?
Land taxes are co monly laid in one of two modes, either by ACTUAL valuations, permanent or periodical, or by OCCASIONAL assessments, at the discretion, or according to the best judgment, of certain officers whose duty it is to make them.
Tenders are invited for "Selection of a contractor for the subscription and delivery of periodicals for the needs of the National Library in 2018 with 3 distinct items: 1.
These interactions are "verbal and visual," and they are diverse in nature, occurring "between editor and contributor, between fiction and non-fiction and, at an external interface, between the periodicals themselves" (2).
Eighteenth-Century Periodicals as Agents of Change: Perspectives on Northern Enlightenment
ProQuest launched British Periodicals Collection III for its British Periodicals database, which covers themes such as empire and decolonization, first-wave feminism, and consumer society during the first half of the 20th century in more than 850,000 pages of literature, art, political opinion, and other works.
At the same time, reading periodicals (closely or deeply) for their discursive and visual content--for how they may have generated meanings, for whom and why--remains central to research engaged in expanding historical and cultural fields.