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The Covent Garden Journal

The Covent Garden Journal

(1752)
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 edition. Excerpt: ... and Indecency. From a modern viewpoint, Fielding is not without guilt on this score--in spite of his declaration in the Prologue to Love in Several Masks that "Indecency's/ the bane to ridicule"; see Notes on C. G. J., No. 6, I. 168. 21. / I. 158. 36. under the Name of Sir Alexander. In the Familiar Letters, Henley Edit., XVI. 8, Fielding speaks with much feeling of the insult to his name offered by those who attributed to him The Causidicade. Shamela, Roderick Random, A Speech made in the Censorial Court, etc., were other works attributed to Fielding; see also C. G. J., No. 72, II. 142. 3. I.159.9. Art. 8: referring, perhaps, to the Covent-Garden Journal ll Extraordinary advertised in the General Advertiser, No. 5383, Mond., Jan. 20, 1752, to appear on the noon of that day. This must have been printed, but is not to be found in the British Museum, or the Bodleian. Perhaps Fielding knew on the 14th of this same month that such a paper was projected. This article in C. G. J., No. 4, cannot refer to the other Covent-Garden Journals Extraordinary published in the Drury-Lane, or Spring-Garden Journals; neither can it refer to the Dublin reprints, since these all were published too long after this date. See Introduction on the use of this name, pp. 5 ff. I.159.17. Art. 9. For Fielding's relations with Garrick see.Votes on C. G. J., No. 3, I. 151. 14. His support of the Drury-Lane is consistent throughout this year. I.159. 36. Court of Criticism. In the Champion he has a Court of Censorial Inquiry, in his Jacobite's Journal there is a Court of Criticism. This Court is not run in every number, but is found in Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 21, 24, 28, and 72, and is called a Court of Censorial Enquiry. Fielding does follow out his rules...

 
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Hardback Editions

January 1915 : USA Library Binding
Title: Covent-garden Journal, The (volume 14 Of The Works Of Henry Fielding) (BCL1-PR English Literature)
Author(s): Henry Fielding
ISBN: 0-7812-7351-X / 978-0-7812-7351-0 (USA edition)
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Paperback Editions

October 2012 : Canada Paperback
Title: The Covent Garden journal Volume 2
Author(s): Henry Fielding
ISBN: 0-217-89163-2 / 978-0-217-89163-9 (Canada edition)
Publisher: RareBooksClub.com
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October 2012 : USA Paperback
Title: The Covent Garden Journal Volume 2
Author(s): Henry Fielding
ISBN: 1-154-40869-8 / 978-1-154-40869-0 (USA edition)
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
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