17th - 18th Century Burney Collection Newspapers

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Erscheinungsorte

  1. London  160.758
  2. [London]  17.663
  3. London [England]  3.169
  4. Dublin  1.235
  5. Chester  312
  6. Printed at London  278
  7. [Bath]  220
  8. Edinburgh  215
  9. [Bristol]  202
  10. York  163
  11. Oxford  158
  12. Philadelphia  128
  13. [Edinburgh]  119
  14. Boston [Mass.]  114
  15. Exon  100
  16. Gloucester  96
  17. Norwich  60
  18. [Stamford]  53
  19. [Calcutta]  49
  20. Imprime a Londres  47
  21. Newcastle upon Tyne  43
  22. Middlewich  42
  23. London?  35
  24. Londini  32
  25. Imprinted at London  29
  26. Calcutta  27
  27. Hereford  26
  28. Plymouth  21
  29. Printed at Exon  13
  30. Ludlow  12
  31. [Liverpool]  11
  32. [Oxford]  11
  33. Annapolis  10
  34. Liverpool  7
  35. London printed  6
  36. [Salisbury, England]  6
  37. Manchester  5
  38. Bristol  4
  39. Jamaica  4
  40. Reading  4
  41. Worcester  4
  42. [Manchester]  4
  43. [New York]  4
  44. Bridge-Town [Barbados]  3
  45. Lewes  3
  46. Newcastle Upon Tyne  3
  47. Publié à Londres  3
  48. [Leicester]  3
  49. At London  2
  50. Barbados  2
  51. Belfast  2
  52. Birmingham  2
  53. Birmingham?  2
  54. Bristoll [i.e. London]  2
  55. Charles-Town [Charleston S.C.]  2
  56. Charles-town [Charleston S.C.]  2
  57. Chester?  2
  58. Dublin [i.e. London]  2
  59. Fort St. George [i.e. Madras, India]  2
  60. Hamburg?  2
  61. Limerick  2
  62. London, Printed Ianuary 11. 1640  2
  63. London, printed  2
  64. New York [N.Y.]  2
  65. New York?  2
  66. New-York  2
  67. Oxford?  2
  68. Printed at Edinburgh  2
  69. Printed at Prague [i.e London]  2
  70. Printed at the Hage [i.e. London]  2
  71. Printed at the Hayf [sic, i.e. London]  2
  72. S.l  2
  73. S.l. s.n  2
  74. Williamsburg [Va.]  2
  75. [Cambridge]  2
  76. [Leeds]  2
  77. [London, England]  2
  78. [London?]  2
  79. [New York, N.Y.]  2
  80. s.n  2

Verlage

  1. printed by W[ells]. Egelsham at Mr. [Henry] Woodfall's, the corner of Ivy-Lane, Pater noster-Row, where advertisements of a moderate length are taken in at two shillings each: also at the Universal Register-Office, opposite Cecil-street in the Strand, and in Bishopsgate-street; by G. Woodfall, next Craig's Court, Charing-Cross; Mr. [John] Shuckburgh, between Temple Gate, in Fleet-street; and Mr. [James] Brackstone, at the Globe, in Cornhill  12.633
  2. printed by Tho[mas]. Newcomb over against Baynards Castle in Thames-street  11.952
  3. sold by E[lizabeth]. Mallet, next door to the King's-Arms Tavern at Fleet-Bridge  9.924
  4. printed and sold by Charles Say, in Newgate Street, where advertisements, letters, articles of intelligence for this paper are received; at Mr. Owen's at Homer's-Head, near Temple Bar; and the following coffee-houses, viz. Sam's, at the Custom-House; Grigsby's, behind the Royal-Exchange; the Rainbow, in Cornhill; the Amsterdam, Pensylvania, New-York, and Pensacola, in Birchin-Lane; and by James Dixwell, Stationer, at the bottom of St. Martin's-Lane, near Charing-Cross. Note. No advertisements received after seven o'clock in the evening  8.879
  5. published by R[obert]. Westley, No. 201, opposite St. Clement's Church, Strand, where advertisements, letters, &c. are received. Advertisements are also taken in at Mr. Taylor's, New Lloyd's Coffee-House, over the Royal Exchange; Mr. [John] Walker's, printseller, No. 7, Cornhill; Mr. [Theophilus] Thornton's bookseller, Southampton Street, Covent-Garden; and at Mr. [William] Moore's, bookseller, No. 308, Oxford-Street, one door from Bond-Street  8.222
  6. printed by R[ichard]. Nutt in the Old Baily near Ludgate; where advertisements are taken in. Advertisements are also taken in by J[oseph]. Pote at the Golden Door over-against Suffolk-street End, Charing-Cross; and H. Whitridge at the Royal Exchange  8.064
  7. printed by H[ugh]. Meere in Black-Fryers, and sold by W. Boreham in Paternoster-Row; by whom advertisements are taken in  7.224
  8. printed for and sold by J[ames]. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, where advertisements and letters of intelligence are taken in; also by J[ohn]. Pemberton, at the Golden Buck against St. Dunstan's Church, and J[ohn]. Shuckburgh at the Sun next the Inner Temple-Gate in Fleet-street  5.605
  9. Sold by J[ohn]. Wilkie, at the Bible, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, where advertisements, and letters to the authors are taken in: and where all persons who choose to be regularly served with this paper are desired to apply  5.572
  10. Printed by Henry Baldwin, at the Britannia printing-office, White-Friars, Fleet-Street, where advertisements are taken in, and letters to the author received  5.150
  11. Printed for T[homas]. Bickerton at the Crown in Pater-Noster-Row. Where advertisements are taken in  4.944
  12. Sold by C. Corbett, stock broker, at the State Lotery-Office, No. 30, opposite St. Dunstan's Church, Fleet-Street, where advertisements and letters of intelligence are taken in. Advertisements are also taken in, by T. Wright, No. 126, Chancery-Lane, Fleet-Street; Mr. Gardner, at Cowley's Head, opposite St. [C]lement's Church, in the Strand; Mr. Pearch, No. 12, Cheapside and at the St. James's Cofee House, and the Smyrna, Pall-Mall  4.903
  13. sold by W[illiam]. Nicoll, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, by whom all persons may be regularly served with this paper. Letters to the editor and advertisements will be received at Lloyd's Coffee-house, and at the publisher's  4.263
  14. printed by M. Jenour in Queen's-Head-Court in Gilt-Spur-Street, near West-Smithfield: where advertisements are taken in; and likewise at Young Will's Coffee House in Buckingham-Court, near the Admiralty-Office, Whitehall; and at the King's Arms Coffee-House near the Custom-House in Thames-Street  3.873
  15. printed by J[ames]. S[mith]. Barr No.18, Catherine-street, in the Strand: where advertisements, letters to the editor; (post-paid) and articles of intelligence will be received. Advertisements likewise taken in by Mr. Newman, New-England Coffee-house, behind the Royal Exchange; and [Edward] Macklew, bookseller, opposite the King's Theatre, Hay-Market  3.610
  16. printed for Richard Baldwin, near the Oxford-Arms, in Warwick lane  3.316
  17. printed by P[eter]. Stuart, no. 31. Exeter-street, Catherine-street, Strand; where advertisemnets, articles of intelligence, &c. addressed to the printer are received  3.200
  18. printed for J[ohn]. Griffith, at the Crown, the third door above Fleet-Ditch, Fleetstreet; where advertisements of a moderate length, are taken in at two shillings each  3.190
  19. printed for A[bel]. Roper, E. Wilkinson and R. Clavel in Fleetstreet  3.125
  20. printed for H[enry]. Woodfall, jun. near the Pump in Little-Britain, where advertisements of a moderate length are taken in at two shillings each. Advertisements are also taken in by Mrs. Chapman, over-against the King's-Arms Tavern, in Pall-Mall; at the Sun, next the Inner-Temple Gate, Fleet-street; Mr. [James] Brackstone, bookseller, at the Globe in Cornhill; and at the Rose in St. Paul's Church-yard  2.649
  21. printed by H. Taylor (Pemberton-row), at the Oracle and Daily Advertiser office, corner of Holywell-street, Strand, and published at No 33, Fleet-street, by J. Mackenzie, of the Strand. Advertisments, essays, letters, and articles of intelligence are received at the office; Mr. [Richard] Martin, St. Michael's-alley, Cornhill; at the Antigallican Coffee-house, Threadneedle-street and at Mr. Dawson's, agent for Bath; who receives regularly by express, and distributes a very considerable number of this paper, on the first day of its [p]ublication  2.321
  22. printed under the direction of J[ohn]. Bell, at the British Library, in the Strand. Advertisements and correspondence will be properly attended to, if addressed to the commercial office of The World, at the corner of Exeter 'Change, Strand  2.243
  23. printed by H[enry]. Woodfall, jun. at the Rose and Crown in Little-Britain; where advertisements of a moderate length are taken in at two shillings each; also by T[homas]. Astley, at the Rose in St. Paul's Church-Yard, Mr. [John] Jolliffe, bookseller, in St. James's Street, Mr. [Robert] Amy, a pamphlet shop, over-against Craigg's Court at Charing-Cross, and Mr. [Joseph] Fisher, bookseller, over-against Tom's Coffee-house in Cornhill  2.139
  24. printed by A. Wilson; and sold at no. 5, Catherine-Street, Strand, where advertisements, orders for the paper, letters for the editor, &c. will be received; and by Mr. Taylor, Lloyd's Coffee-House, Royal Exchange  1.987
  25. printed and sold by E. Berington in Silver-Street, Bloomsbury, and J. Morphew near Stationers-Hall, where advertisements are taken in  1.981
  26. printed by B[uchanan]. Millan, and sold at no. 112, in the Strand, opposite Exeter-'Change; where advertisements, orders for the paper, letters for the editor, &c. will be received  1.936
  27. s.n.  1.597
  28. printed for John Salusbury, at the Rising-Sun in Cornhil  1.488
  29. printed by R. Nutkins, at the Logographic Press, Printing-House Square, near Apothecaries Hall, Blackfriars; where advertisements, essays, letters, and articles of intelligence are taken in. Also at Mr. Whiteave's, watch-maker, No.30, opposite St. Dunstan's-Church, Fleet-street; Mr. Grives's, stationer, No.103, corner of Fountain Court, Strand; Mr. Axtell's, No1. Finch-lane, Cornhill; and at Mr. Metenius, confectioner, Charing Cross  1.426
  30. printed by W[illiam]. Woodfall, No. 62, Dorset-Street, Salisbury-Square, where letters, &c. will be received. Advertisements are also taken in at W. Fountain's, at the Antigallican Coffee-House, Threadneedle-Street; Mr. Michell's, stationer, New Bond-Street; and W. and J. Stratford, booksellers, Holborn-Hill  1.354
  31. Printed for T. Evans, No. 54, Pater-noster-Row, where advertisements, and letters to the author, will be taken in.-Advertisements, &c. are also taken in by F. Blyth, bookseller, No. 12, Finch-Lane, and Mr. Brown, bookseller, the corner of Essex-Street, in the Strand  1.321
  32. [s.n.]  1.292
  33. printed by J[ohn]. Walter and T. Holl, at the Logographic Press, Printing-house Square, Blackfriars; where advertisements, essays, letters, and articles of intelligence are received: also at No. 169, Piccadilly, at Mr. Whiteave's, No. 50, opposite St. Dunstan's Church, Fleet Street, at of Mr. Viner, Bond-Street, Bath. - Orders for this paper will be executed with the greatest punctuality by applying as above, or of the clerks of the roads at the General Post Office, Lombard-Street  1.188
  34. printed for W. Bristow, publisher, at the Register-Office next the Great Toy-Shop in St. Paul's Church-Yard: where advertisements and letters to the authors (post paid) are taken in  1.173
  35. printed for the proprietors; and sold by Isaac Fell, the publisher, at No. 14, Pater-Noster Row; to whom letters to the authors are desired to be sent; where advertisements for this paper will be received at the usual prices: advertisements are also taken in at Bicknell's Coffee-House, Cornhill; the Mile-End Assembly-Room; at Mr. Allen's in Blackman-Street, Southwark; the Three Pigeons at Brentford; the Swan, Westminster-Bridge; the Prince of Orange's Head, in Jermin-Street; the Angel, Islington; the Three Tuns, Spittlefields; Mr. Jones, No. 45, in Great Russell-Street, Bloomsbury; and Mr. John Walker's, stationer, in Little Portland-Street, Soho  1.161
  36. Printed for J[ames]. Read, in White-Fryers, Fleet-street: where advertisements are taken in  1.057
  37. printed by Charles Say, at his printing-office, near Newgate; and sold at W. Owens's, bookseller, at Homer's Head, Temple Bar for the conveniency of persons residing at different parts of the town, advertisements for this paper will be taken in at the following coffee-houses, viz. Sam's, near the Custom-House; Royal-Exchange, Threadneedle-street; Randal's, opposite the Post-Office, in Lombard-street; Old Slaughter's, in St. Martin's Lane; also the Public Register-Office, in King Street, Covent-Garden; Mr. Barnes, at Charing-Cross; at Homer's-Head, Temple-Bar; and by C[harles]. Say, printer, in Newgate-street  1.004
  38. printed by J[ohn]. How, and sold by B[enjamin]. Bragg, at the Blew-Ball in Avemary-Lane  976
  39. printed and sold by J[ohn]. Nicholson, near Black-and-white Court, in the Old-Bailey  952
  40. printed for R[ichard]. Francklin in Covent-Garden, where advertisements and letters to the author are taken in  895
  41. printed by R. Harris, No. 38, Charing-Cross, where advertisements, &c. are taken; and at the following places: Mr. Boosey's, bookseller, Broad-street, near the Royal Exchange; Mr. Axtell's, Finch-lane, Cornhill; Mr. Rider's, bookseller, no. 12, Ludgate-hill; Mr. Mason's, bookseller, Piccadilly; and at Mr. Latham's, College-Green, Bristol  861
  42. Advertisements, letters, and intelligence for this paper are taken in by the publisher, J. Barker, opposite the Pit-door, Russel-Court, Drury Lane; also ... J. Wright, Crown Coffee-house, Charles-Street, Covent-Garden and by J. Cooper, printer, no. 134, Drury-Lane  815
  43. printed for J[ames]. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, where letters to the author, and advertisements, are taken in  810
  44. printed and sold by J[ames]. Read in White-Fryers near Fleet-Street, where advertisements are taken in cheaper than in any other news-paper  764
  45. printed for J[ames]. Roberts in Warwick-Lane: at which place advertisements, and letters to the author, are taken in]  752
  46. Printed for E. Johnson, No. 4. Ludgate-Hill, where letters and advertisements are taken in  664
  47. Printed by W. Parker, No. 6, Old Bailey; where letters to the editor are received, and advertisements taken in; advertisements are also taken in by G. Corrall, corner of Blake-court, Catherine-street Strand; at New Lloyd's; at the Antigallican, Stock-Exchange, and Bank Coffee-houses, Threadneedle-street; at the Jamaica, Cole's, and the Union Coffee-houses, Cornhill; Messrs. Richardson and Urquhart, at the Royal Exchange; Mr. Kearby, No. 2, Stafford-street; Mr. Brett, opposite St. Clement's Church, Strand; Temple Exchange Coffee-house, opposite St. Dunstan's Church, Fleet-street; and at Mr. Axtell's, Royal-Exchange  583
  48. printed for Sam. Buckley, at the Dolphin in Little Britain; and sold by A[nn]. Baldwin in Warwick-Lane  556
  49. printed by R. Janeway, on Addle-hill, near Doctors-Commons, for the author  530
  50. printed at the Gazetteer Printing-office, at No. 3, in Newgate-street, price two-pence halfpenny, delivered to any part of the town or place adjacent; where every thing in the printing business is executed with expedition, and on moderate terms  528
  51. printed for P. Smart  524
  52. printed for N. Jackson, at D. Browne's near Charing-Cross, and sold at the Dunciad in St. Paul's Church-yard  493
  53. printed for J. Baker at the Black-Boy in Pater-Noster-Row, where advertisements are taken in  482
  54. printed for H[enry]. Brome, at the Gun in S. Pauls Church-yard  470
  55. printed for Robert White  456
  56. printed for J[ohn]. Peele, at Locke's Head, in Paternoster-Row: where advertisements, and letters to the author, are taken in. Also by A[nne]. Dodd at Temple-Bar; H. Whitridge, the corner of Castle-Alley, near the Royal-Exchange  450
  57. printed for J[ames]. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane: where advertisements, and letters to the author, are taken in. As also by J. Jackson, near St. James's-House, in Pall-Mall; and H. Whitridge, the corner of Castle-Alley in Cornhill  447
  58. printed for the author  437
  59. printed and sold by Benj. Harris, at the Golden-Boar's-Head in Gracechurch-street  430
  60. Printed and published by W. Parker, No. 183, Fleet-street, between Fetter-lane and St. Dunstan's Church; where letters to the editor are received, and advertisements taken in. Advertisements are also taken in at New Lloyd's Coffee-House, over the Royal Exchange; the Jamaica Coffee-House, Cornhill; Mr. Brett's, opposite St. Clement's Church, Strand; Mr. Debrett's, successor to Mr. Almon, opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly; Mr. Kerby, Stafford-street, near Old Bond-street; and Mr. Breadhower, Portsmouth  423
  61. Printed by N[athaniel]. Mist in Great-Carter-Lane, near Doctor's Commons, where advertisemnts are taken in  423
  62. printed and sold by J[ames]. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, and at the pamphlet-shops of London and Westminster, also at the Pegasus (vulgarly called the Flying-Horse) in Grubstreet  420
  63. Printed by M. Jenour, near St. Sepulchre's back-gate in Gilt-spur-street  415
  64. printed by G[eorge]. Parker, at the Star and Ball in Salisbury-Court, where advertsements [sic] are taken in  413
  65. printed for J[ohn]. Purser, in Red-Lion Court, Fleet-Street. Where advertisements, and letters to the author, are taken in  397
  66. Printed for the authors, by J[ohn]. Mayo, at the Printing-Press, against Water-Lane in Fleet-street. Where advertisements are taken in  389
  67. printed for J[ohn]. Scott at the Black Swan in Pater-noster-Row; where letters to the author will be received  343
  68. printed by H(ugh). Meere, for E. Place at Furnival's-Inn Gate in Holborn, and sold by A. Dodd at the Peacock without Temple-Bar, and J[ohn]. Graves in St. James's-street  340
  69. printed and sold by J. Mechell, at the King's-Arms opposite the Leg-Tavern, in Fleet-street, where advertisements and letters to the author are taken in  324
  70. Printed by J[ohn]. Bell, British Library, opposite Southampton-street, Strand  296
  71. printed by George Faulkner and sold at the pamphlet shop opposite the Tholsel in Skinner-Row, where advertisements and all manner of printing work is done reasonably  288
  72. printed by J.S. Barr, at the Paper Warehouse, (No. 139) opposite Catherine-Street, Strand, where advertisements, articles of intelligence, and letters to the editor are received. Orders for this paper will be executed with punctuality and dispatch, by applying to the publisher; to Mr. Hargrave, at the Rainbow Coffee-house, Cornhil; to J. Harding, on the Point, Portsmouth; or at the Clerks of the Roads, at the General Post-Office  285
  73. printed by J[ohn]. Wilford, in Stationers-Court, near Ludgate: where advertisements are taken in; as also at Mr. Mist's late house, in Great Carter-Lane  284
  74. printed for John Morphew, near Stationers-Hall  284
  75. printed and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster  279
  76. printed for John Morphew, near Stationer's-Hall; where advertisements are taken in  279
  77. printed for J. Purser in Bartholomew-Close: where letters to the author, and advertisements, are taken in  276
  78. printed by J. Lake, No. 159, Fleet-Street, where advertisements, &c. are taken; and at No. 161, Piccadilly  259
  79. printed by Edw[in]. Sandys, at the Custom-house printing-house, in Crane-Lane  254
  80. printed by James Hoey, junior, at the sign of Mercury in Parliament-Street; where all kind of printing work is done in the best manner on the most reasonable terms, and advertisements are taken in for this paper (for ready money only) and no where else. All sorts of stationary ware to be had at the same place  254
  81. printed and published by G[raham]. Redmayne, at the printing-office in Creed-Lane, near St. Paul's; where letters to the author, and advertisements are taken in: and where all persons who choose to be regularly served with this paper, are desired to apply Also printing performed in the neatest and expeditious manner  246
  82. Published by Randal Taylor near Stationers-Hall, and sold by J. Hindmarsh at the Golden Ball against the Royal Exchange, S. Smith at the Princes Arms, S. Pauls Churchyard; F. Saunders at the Blue Anchor, New Exchange; and W. Hensman in Westminster-Hall  241
  83. Printed by J. Almon, No. 183, Fleet-Street  236
  84. Printed for Francis Coles, and Laurance Blaikelock: and are to be sould at their shopps in the Old-Baily, and at Temple Barre  225
  85. printed and published by J. Powell, No. 5, Catherine-Street, Strand  224
  86. printed for R[obert]. W[hite].  221
  87. printed and published W. Locke, No. 283, Strand, opposite Norfolk-Street, where advertisements and articles of intelligence will be received.  215
  88. published by William Creech; by whom communications from correspondents are received  213
  89. Printed by R[ichard]. Cruttwell, in St. James's-Street; by whom advertisements are taken in  211
  90. printed for R[obert]. Dodsley in Pall-Mall, (where letters to the author are taken in) and sold by M[ary]. Cooper at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row  210
  91. printed by Roger Adams, where advertisements are taken in, at reasonable rates  209
  92. printed by James Hoey, junior, [at] the sign of Mercury in Parliament-Street; where all kind of printing work is done in the best manner on the most reasonable terms, and advertisements are taken in for this paper (for ready money only) and no where else. All sorts of stationary ware to be had at the same place  207
  93. Printed by T. Cocking, in Small-Street. Where advertisements, &c. are taken in; and letter-press and copper-plate printed neatly executed  198
  94. printed for J[ohn]. Payne, and J. Bouquet, in Pater-noster-Row; where letters for the author are received  194
  95. printed by Nath. Thompson next the Cross Keys in Fetter-lane  190
  96. printed for M. Jackson, at D. Browne's near Charing-Cross, and sold by R[alph]. Griffiths, in St. Paul's Church-yard  190
  97. printed for Benj. Tooke, at the Temple-Gate; and John Barber, on Lambeth-Hill  180
  98. printed by G. Parker at the Star and Ball in Salisbury Court, where advertisments are taken in  176
  99. printed for W[illiam]. Bingley, opposite Durham-Yard, in the Strand  175
  100. printed by John Macock, on Addle-hill near Baynards Castle  174

Erscheinungsjahre

  1. 1752  12.848
  2. 1666  11.975
  3. 1702  10.914
  4. 1757  9.886
  5. 1764  9.294
  6. 1727  9.109
  7. 1735  8.960
  8. 1770  8.869
  9. 1695  8.037
  10. 1719  7.480
  11. 1789  5.629
  12. 1761  5.163
  13. 1721  5.073
  14. 1746  4.943
  15. 1780  4.218
  16. 1793  3.948
  17. 1731  3.889
  18. 1744  3.711
  19. 1710  3.596
  20. 1788  3.578
  21. 1787  2.329
  22. 1734  2.322
  23. 1771  1.883
  24. 1785  1.870
  25. 1715  1.599
  26. 1730  1.479
  27. 1784  1.397
  28. 1711  1.374
  29. 1769  1.293
  30. 1745  1.249
  31. 1728  1.223
  32. 1760  1.198
  33. 1754  1.136
  34. 1762  1.126
  35. 1720  972
  36. 1681  942
  37. 1777  913
  38. 1751  890
  39. 1792  886
  40. 1782  798
  41. 1722  781
  42. 1643  728
  43. 1725  706
  44. 1650  675
  45. 1755  568
  46. 1796  564
  47. 1691  560
  48. 1704  542
  49. 1708  535
  50. 1700  533
  51. 1791  525
  52. 1714  519
  53. 1743  519
  54. 1717  483
  55. 1713  476
  56. 1779  476
  57. 1723  458
  58. 1699  454
  59. 1732  452
  60. 1775  368
  61. 1776  349
  62. 1786  337
  63. 1742  327
  64. 1778  327
  65. 1737  326
  66. 1794  316
  67. 1649  300
  68. 1680  299
  69. 1753  299
  70. 1741  295
  71. 1739  292
  72. 1645  283
  73. 1783  268
  74. 1692  255
  75. 1663  251
  76. 1748  237
  77. 1647  235
  78. 1800  231
  79. 1781  228
  80. 1679  223
  81. 1756  209
  82. 1724  202
  83. 1798  201
  84. 1774  200
  85. 1750  194
  86. 1706  190
  87. 1763  184
  88. 1729  177
  89. 1740  176
  90. 1610  174
  91. 1736  173
  92. 1644  171
  93. 1642  158
  94. 1733  149
  95. 1661  144
  96. 1758  138
  97. 1689  135
  98. 1622  123
  99. 1795  122
  100. 1705  112

Zeitraum

  1. 1603-1800  184.500
  2. 18th century  4.334
  3. Civil War, 1642-1649  1.528
  4. Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660  1.322
  5. 1702-1714  1.064
  6. George II, 1727-1760  933
  7. Anne,1702-1714  663
  8. Anne, 1702-1714  490
  9. 1701-1800  484
  10. Charles II, 1660-1685  447
  11. 1714-1727  441
  12. Puritan Revolution, 1642-1660  342
  13. 1641-1700  339
  14. 17th century  337
  15. 1760-1789  332
  16. 1473-1640  312
  17. 1643-1715  237
  18. 1727-1760  229
  19. George I, 1714-1727  225
  20. 1517-1648  154
  21. 1642-1660  118
  22. Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775  107
  23. William and Mary, 1689-1702  69
  24. British occupation 1765-1947  49
  25. Charles I, 1625-1649  45
  26. 1642-1649  39
  27. George I, 1714-1760  32
  28. Revolution, 1775-1783  28
  29. 1625-1649  26
  30. 1648-1789  26
  31. 1649-1660  24
  32. 1760-1820  23
  33. 16th century  19
  34. 1789-1820  11
  35. 1660-1688  9
  36. Utrecht, Treaty of, April 11, 1713  8
  37. 1689-1702  6
  38. James I, 1603-1625  6
  39. 1603-1625  4
  40. 1618-1648  4
  41. 1635-1800  4
  42. 1648-1715  4
  43. 1660-1714  4
  44. George III, 1760-1820  4
  45. Louis XIII, 1610-1643  4
  46. Restoration, 1660-1688  4
  47. Revolution, 1789-1793  3
  48. 1478-1798  2
  49. 1526-  2
  50. 1558-1603  2
  51. 1603-1714  2
  52. 1618-1848  2
  53. British occupation, 1765-1947  2
  54. Commonwealth and Restoration, 1649-1660  2
  55. Early works to 1800  2
  56. Frederick V, 1610-1623  2
  57. George I, II, 1714-1760  2
  58. Henry III, 1216-1272  2
  59. James II, 1685-1688  2
  60. Rebellion of 1641  2
  61. Siege, 1648  2
  62. Siege, 1695  2
  63. Stuarts, 1603-1714  2
  64. To 1688  2
  65. Twelve Years' Truce, 1609-1621  2
  66. War of 1689-1691  2

Geographie

  1. Great Britain/England/London  182.045
  2. Ireland//Dublin  1.235
  3. Great Britain/Scotland/Edinburgh  336
  4. Great Britain/England/Chester  312
  5. Great Britain/England/Bath  220
  6. Great Britain/England/Bristol  206
  7. Great Britain/England/Oxford  195
  8. Great Britain/England/York  163
  9. United States/Pennsylvania/Philadelphia  128
  10. United States/Massachusetts/Boston  114
  11. Great Britain/England/Exeter  113
  12. Great Britain/England/Gloucester  96
  13. India//Calcutta  76
  14. Great Britain/England/Norwich  60
  15. Great Britain/England/Stamford  53
  16. India//Kolkata  49
  17. Great Britain/England/Newcastle-upon-Tyne  44
  18. Great Britain/England/Middlewich  42
  19. Great Britain/England/Plymouth  21
  20. Great Britain/England/Liverpool  18
  21. Great Britain/England/Ludlow  12
  22. United States/New York/New York  12
  23. Great Britain/England/  11
  24. United States/Maryland/Annapolis  10
  25. Great Britain/England/Manchester  9
  26. Great Britain/London/England  7
  27. Great Britain/England/Salisbury  6
  28. Great Britain/England/Birmingham  4
  29. Great Britain/England/Reading  4
  30. Great Britain/England/Worcester  4
  31. Jamaica//Kingston  4
  32. United States/South Carolina/Charleston  4
  33. Barbados//Bridgetown  3
  34. Great Britain/England/Leicester  3
  35. Great Britain/England/Lewes  3
  36. United States/Pennsylvania/York  3
  37. Barbados//  2
  38. France//Boulogne-sur-Mer  2
  39. Germany//Hamburg  2
  40. Great Britain/England/Cambridge  2
  41. Great Britain/England/Leeds  2
  42. Great Britain/England/Newcastle upon Tyne  2
  43. India//Chennai  2
  44. India//Madras  2
  45. Ireland//Belfast  2
  46. Ireland//Limerick  2
  47. United States/New Jersey/Newark  2
  48. United States/Virginia/Williamsburg  2
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