Title page includes ornament and motto: "Multum in parvo."
Main title and date of issue repeated as caption at head of first page of text.
Imprints vary; from Jan. 1735 imprint reads: London printed, and Dublin reprinted by and for George Faulkner, bookseller, [address and year].
Note below date line: "To be continued", followed by price.
Verso of title page lists detailed contents.
Printed in two columns; ornamental headpiece above caption title; text begins with factotum initial.
Issue numbering is continuous from year to year.
Issues include separately titled section: The Gentleman's monthly intelligencer, including foreign news notes, court gossip, births, marriages, deaths, and preferments; after Apr. 1734 issues include more and more Irish news. The title page of early issues is conjunct with a leaf of Dublin booksellers' advertisments.
Early issues reprint the London text of The London magazine without alteration. Copy cataloged has MS. note describing this as a "pirated edition".
Reproduction of original from British Library.
Crane & Kaye, 388
English Short Title Catalog, P2810.
A Dublin edition of The London magazine; this may not be the same version as that published by the Exshaws (1741-<1777>).