ContentsAcknowledgements IXNotes on Contributors XIList of Illustrations XVIIIIntroductionA Network of Networks: Spreading the News in an Expanding World of Information 3Paul GoringExordiumTruth and Trust and the Eighteenth-Century Anglophone Newspaper 27William B. WarnerArchival LimitsSearching for Dr. Johnson: The Digitisation of the Burney Newspaper Collection 51Andrew PrescottSpreading the News within the Clerical Profession: Newspapers and the Church in the North of England, 1660–1760 72Daniel ReedManuscript, Print, Word of MouthAll the News That’s Fit to Write: The Eighteenth-Century Manuscript Newsletter 95Rachael Scarborough KingChristoff Koch (1637–1711): Sweden’s Man in Moscow 119Heiko Droste and Ingrid MaierWhat the Posol’skii prikaz Really Knew: Intelligencers, Secret Agents and Their Reports 140Daniel C. WaughForeign ReportingNews of Travels, Travelling News: The Mediation of Travel and Exploration in the Gazette de France and the Journal de l’Empire 159Marius Warholm HaugenForeign News Reporting in Transition: James Perry and the French Constitution Ceremony 181Johanne KristiansenDiplomatic Channels and Chinese Whispers: Reception and Transformation of the Moscow Uprising of 1648 in Sweden and France 203Malte GriesseAdvertisingFrom Piety to Profit: The Development of Newspaper Advertising in the Dutch Golden Age 233Arthur der WeduwenMercury as Merchant: The Advertisement of Novels in Eighteenth-Century Provincial English Newspapers 254Siv Gøril BrandtzægControlEstablishing a State-controlled Network for News Trading in the Swedish Baltic Provinces in the Late Seventeenth Century: Causes and Consequences 279Kaarel VanamölderNews versus Opinion: The State, the Press, and the Northern Enlightenment 299Ellen KreftingEndpieceWas There an Enlightenment Culture of News? 321Andrew PettegreeBibliography 343Index 368

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