Check Coverage



In [5]:
import csv, os

clusters = [x for x in os.listdir(".") if x.startswith("exp2") and x.endswith("csv")]

from clustering_capitals import NewspaperArchive, ClusterDB
from burney_data import BurneyDB

n = NewspaperArchive("/datastore/burneytextareas")
bdb = BurneyDB("burney.db")

db = ClusterDB("1745_1756_with_linestarts.db")

for md in bdb.list_all_newspapers():
    print(md['title'], md['titleAbbreviation'])


ORIGINAL WEEKLY JOURNAL B0001ORIWEEJO
AYRE'S SUNDAY LONDON GAZETTE B0002SUNLONGA
AYRE'S SUNDAY LONDON GAZETTE AND WEEKLY MONITOR B0003SUNLONGA
DIE VENERIS 16 MAII 1645 BY THE LORDS AND COMMONS ASSEMBLED IN PARLIAMENT AT WESTMINSTER B0004LORDCOMM
E. JOHNSON'S BRITISH GAZETTE AND SUNDAY MONITOR B0007BRGASUMO
WILLIAMSON'S LIVERPOOL ADVERTISER AND MERCANTILE CHRONICLE B0010LIVEADVE
BRIEFE RELATION OF SOME AFFAIRES AND TRANSACTIONS B0011BRIEFREL
COLLECTION FOR IMPROVEMENT OF HUSBANDRY AND TRADE B0013COLLTRAD
COLLECTION OF THE SEVERAL ADDRESSES IN THE LATE KING JAMES'S TIME B0014COLLADDR
CONTINUATION OF CERTAIN SPECIALL AND REMARKABLE PASSAGES FROM BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT (COOKE AND WOOD) B0015CNTPSPRL
CONTINUATION OF CERTAIN SPECIALL AND REMARKABLE PASSAGES FROM BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT (COLES AND LEACH) B0016CNTINPRL
CONTINUATION OF OUR WEEKLY INTELLIGENCE FROM HIS MAJESTIES ARMY B0017CNTWKINT
PROCEEDINGS OF THE ARMY UNDER THE COMMAND OF SIR THOMAS FAIRFAX B0018CONTPROC
PARTICULAR RELATION OF THE SEVERALL REMOVES (CONTINUATION OF TRUE INTELLIGENCE) B0020CNTTRINT
AUGUST 30 A CONTINUED JOURNALL OF ALL THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM B0021COJODUBU
CONVOCATION SPEECH BY MR THOMAS WARMSTRY B0022THOMWARM
DECLARATION OF THE LORDS AND COMMONS ASSEMBLED IN PARLIAMENT (6 JULY 1642) B0023DECLLORD
DECLARATION OF THE QUEENE MOTHER OF THE MOST CHRISTIAN KING B0024DECQNMTR
DIALOGUE BETWEEN A QUAKER AND HIS NEIGHBOUR IN HERTFORD B0025DIALOGUE
FUNERAL ORATION UPON THE LATE KING JAMES B0027ORATKING
GENERAL BILL OF ALL THE CHRISTNINGS AND BURIALS B0028BILCHRBU
HUE AND CRY AFTER MERCURIUS DEMOCRITIS AND THE WANDRING WHORE B0029MERCDEMO
LETTER FROM A COUNTRY GENTlEMAN TO AN EMINENT BUT EASY CITIZEN B0030LETTCOUN
HONOUR AND PREROGATIVE OF THE QUEEN'S MAJESTY VINDICATED AND DEFENDED B0031LECOWHIG
LETTER FROM ON BOARD THE YORK FRIGAT NOW WITH ADMIRAL HERBERT B0032LETTBOAR
LETTER FROM THE STATES GENERAL TO THE QUEEN OF GREAT BRITAIN B0033LESTGEQU
MODEST NARRATIVE OF INTELLIGENCE B0034NARINTEL
NEW DIALOGUE BETWIXT HERACLITUS AND TOWZER CONCERNING THE TIMES B0035DIHERTOW
NEW MERCURY CALLED MERCURIUS PROBLEMATICUS B0036MERCPROB
NEW NEWS BOOK OR OCCURRENCES FORREIGN AND DOMESTICK B0037NEWSBOOK
PARTICULAR ACCOUNT OF A TERRIBLE AND BLOODY ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN THE ENGLISH AND FRENCH FLEET B0038PARTENGA
PARTICULAR ACCOUNT OF THE FIGHT AT LUZARA B0039PARTLUZA
PERFECT ACCOUNT OF THE DAILY INTELLIGENCE FROM THE ARMIES B0040PERFACCO
PERFECT AND MORE PARTICULAR RELATION OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE ARMY IN IRELAND B0041REARMIRE
PERFECT DIURNAL OR THE DAILY PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT B0042PRDIPROC
PERFECT DIURNALL OF SOME PASSAGES AND PROCEEDINGS B0043DIURARMI
PERFECT DIURNALL OF SOME PASSAGES IN PARLIAMENT (1643) B0044DIURPARL
PERFECT DIURNALL OF THE PASSAGES IN PARLIAMENT (1642: W. COOKE) B0045PRFPSPRL
PERFECT SUMMARY OF CHIEFE PASSAGES IN PARLIAMENT B0047SUMMPARL
PACQUET-BOAT FROM HOLLAND AND FLANDERS B0048POSTPABO
RELATION OF WHAT PASSED DURING THE EXPEDITION TO RIO DE JANEIRO B0051RELATRIO
REPORT OF THE STATE OF THE BLUE COAT HOSPITAL IN CHESTER B0053REPBCHCH
REPORT OF THE STATE OF THE GENERAL INFIRMARY AT CHESTOR B0054REPINFCH
RESOLUTION OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE THE LORDS SPIRITUAL AND TEMPORAL AND THE COMMONS B0055LORDSPRT
REVIEW OF THE AFFAIRS OF FRANCE B0056REVAFFFR
REVIEW OF THE STATE OF THE BRITISH NATION (CUMULATION) B0057RESTBRNA
REVIEW OF THE STATE OF THE ENGLISH NATION (CUMULATION) B0058RESTENNA
SECOND NARRATIVE OF THE SIGNAL VICTORY B0059SECOVICT
SERIOUS CALL TO THE CORPORATION OF LONDON B0060CORPMAJY
SOBER YET JOCULAR ANSWER TO HERACLITUS RIDENS B0061ANSHERRI
SPEECH OF MR JOHN WHITE B0062MSTJWHIT
SUMMARY NARRATION OF THE SIGNAL VICTORY B0063SIGNVICT
TRUE COPY OF THE QUAKER'S PETITION B0065TRCOQUAK
TRUE DIURNALL OF THE LAST WEEKS PASSAGES IN PARLIAMENT B0067TROCPARL
TRUE JOURNALL OF THE SALLY FLEET B0068JOSALFLE
MAY 12 NUM 24 A TRUE RELATION OF THE NEWES OF THIS PRESENT WEEKE B0069NEPREWEE
WEEKLY ACCOMPT OF CERTAIN SPECIAL AND REMARKABLE PASSAGES FROM BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT B0070WKPSPARL
WEEKLY REVIEW OF THE AFFAIRS OF FRANCE B0071WEREAFFR
WORD TO PURPOSE OR A PARTHIAN DART B0073PARTDART
ACCOUNT FROM THE KINGS CAMP BEFORE THE CASTLE OF NAMUR B0074KINGCAMP
ADAMS'S WEEKLY COURANT B0075ADAWEECO
ADVENTURER (CUMULATION) B0076ADVENTUR
SOME FRIENDLY AND SEASONABLE ADVICE TO MR ADMIRAL BYNG B0078ADVICE
ADVICE FROM PARNASSUS B0079PARNAFUS
ADVICE TO THE LIVERY MEN OF LONDON B0080ADVILIVE
ADVOCATE B0081ADVOCATE
ALL ALIVE AND MERRY OR THE LONDON DAILY POST B0082AALMELDP
AMSTERDAM AVEC PRIVILEGE DE NOS SEIGNEURS LES ETATS DE HOLLANDE ET DE WEST FRISE B0083AMSTRDAM
AMSTERDAMSE  COURANT B0084AMDICOUR
FURTHER AND MORE PARTICULAR ACCOUNT OF THE LATE DREADFUL FIRE AT PORT ROYAL IN JAMAICA B0085FIREJAMA
ACCOUNT OF THE LAND-BANK B0086ACLANBAN
ACCOUNT OF THE PASSAGE OF THE RHINE B0087PASRHINE
ACCOUNT OF WHAT PASS'D IN THE ENGAGEMENT NEAR TOULON B0089ENGATOUL
ACCOUNT RECEIVED FROM VICE-ADMIRAL TOWNSHEND B0090VIADTOWN
ANSWER TO MERCURIUS AULICUS B0091MERCAULI
AUTHENTIC LIST OF MEMBERS OF HOUSE OF COMMONS B0093LISTMEMB
AUTHENTIC LIST OF THE NAMES OF ALL THE OFFICERS KILL'D WOUNDED AND MISSING AT THE BATTLE OF TOURNAY B0094LISTTOUR
EPITOME OF THE WEEKLY NEWS B0095EPIWENEW
EXACT ACCOMPT  OF THE DAILY PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT B0096EXACPARL
EXACT ACCOMPT OF THE RECEIPTS AND DISBURSMENTS EXPENDED BY THE COMMITTEE OF SAFETY B0097EXACRCPT
EXACT AND COMPLEAT LIST OF ALL THE PRISONERS THAT HAVE BEEN TRIED AT LEVERPOOL B0098LISPRISO
EXACT CORANTO FROM MOST PARTS OF CHRISTENDOM B0100EXCTCORA
EXACT RELATION OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE LATE PARLIAMENT B0101PROCPARL
EXPRESS FROM HOLLAND BEING AN ACCOUNT OF A TERRIBLE AND BLOODY FIGHT B0102EXPRHOLL
OLD MOULD TO CAST NEW LAWES BY B0103OLDMOULD
UNHAPPY VIEW OF THE WHOLE BEHAVIOUR OF MY LORD DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM B0104UVBEBUCK
ANTI-AULICUS B0106ANTIAULI
ANTI-JACOBIN OR WEEKLY EXAMINER B0107ANTIJACO
APPLEBEE'S ORIGINAL WEEKLY JOURNAL B0108APORWEJO
ARGUS B0109ARGUS
ARGUS OF THE CONSTITUTION B0110ARGUSCON
AT THE COURT AT ST. JAMES'S THE 29TH DAY OF APRIL 1736 B0111COURTSTJ
ATHENIAN NEWS OR DUNTON'S ORACLE B0112ATHENEWS
AULICUS HIS HUE AND CRY SENT FORTH AFTER BRITANICUS B0113AULICRY
AURORA AND UNIVERSAL ADVERTISER B0114AURORA
AYRE'S SUNDAY GAZETTE B0115AYSUGZTT
BALDWIN'S LONDON WEEKLY JOURNAL B0116BALOWEJO
BANKS'S CURRENT INTELLIGENCE B0117BNKCURIN
BARBADOS MERCURY B0118BARBMERC
BATH CHRONICLE B0119BATHCHRO
BATH HERALD (1792) B0120BATHHERA
BATH JOURNAL (1773) B0121BATHJOUR
BELL'S WEEKLY MESSENGER B0122BELWEMES
BINGLEY'S JOURNAL B0123BINGJOUR
BINGLEY'S WEEKLY JOURNAL OR THE UNIVERSAL GAZETTE B0124BINGJOUR
BINGLEY'S LONDON JOURNAL B0125BINGLOJO
BOUCHAIN IN A DIALOGUE BETWEEN THE LATE MEDLEY AND EXAMINER B0126BOUCDIAL
BRICE'S WEEKLY JOURNAL B0127BRIWEJOU
BRISTOL JOURNAL EXTRAORDINARY B0129BRISJOUR
BRITISH APOLLO B0131BRITAPOL
BRITISH CHRONICLE OR PUGH'S HEREFORD JOURNAL B0132BRCHPUHE
BRITISH GAZETTE AND SUNDAY MONITOR B0133BRITGAZE
BRITISH JOURNAL (1722) B0134BRITJOUR
BRITISH JOURNAL OR THE CENSOR B0135BRITJOUR
BRITISH MERCURY B0136BRITMERC
BRITISH SPY OR NEW UNIVERSAL LONDON WEEKLY JOURNAL B0137BRITSPY
BRITON B0138BRITON
BY THE KING A PROCLAMATION TO SUMMON THE PERSONS THEREIN NAMED B0140KINGPROC
CABINET (1792) B0141CABINET
CALCUTTA CHRONICLE AND GENERAL ADVERTISER B0143CALCCHRO
MORE FRESH NEWS FROM CANADA CARLETON'S DEFEAT AND ARNOLD'S SUCCESS B0144CARLARNO
CATHOLICK INTELLIGENCE OR INFALLIBLE NEWS BOTH DOMESTICK & FORREIGN B0145CATINTEL
CENTINEL B0146CENTINEL
CERTAINE INFORMATIONS FROM SEVERALL PARTS OF THE KINGDOME B0147CERTINFO
CHAMPION OR EVENING ADVERTISER B0148CHAEVEAD
CHARITABLE MERCURY AND FEMALE INTELLIGENCE B0149CHMEFEIN
CHESTER CHRONICLE AND GENERAL ADVERTISER B0152CHESCHRO
CHESTER CHRONICLE OR COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCER B0153CHESCHRO
CHRISTIAN PRIEST B0154CHRIPRIE
CHURCH MAN'S LAST SHIFT OR THE LOYALIST'S WEEKLY JOURNAL B0157CHULASHI
CHURCH MAN OR LOYALIST'S WEEKLY JOURNAL B0158CHLSLOWJ
CITIZEN OR MORNING POST B0159CITMORPO
COMMON SENSE OR THE ENGLISHMAN'S JOURNAL B0160COSEENJO
CONNOISSEUR (COLLECTED ISSUES) B0161CONNOISS
CONSTITUTIONAL GUARDIAN B0162CONSGUAR
CON-TEST B0163CONTEST
CONTROLLER B0164CONTROLL
CORN CUTTER'S JOURNAL B0165CORNCUJO
COUNTRY JOURNAL OR THE CRAFTSMAN B0167COUJOCRA
COURIER (1792) B0168COURIER
COURIER DE L'EUROPE B0169CODEEURO
COURIER POLITIQUE ET LITTERAIRE B0170COPOLFEP
COVENT-GARDEN JOURNAL B0171COVGARJO
CRAFTSMAN (1726) B0173CRAFTSMA
CRAFTSMAN OR LONDON INTELLIGENCER B0175CRLONINT
CRAFTSMAN OR SAY'S WEEKLY JOURNAL B0177CRSAYSWJ
CRISIS (NEW YORK EDITION) B0178CRISIS
CRITICK B0179CRITICK
DAILY ADVERTISER B0180DAILADVE
DAILY COURANT B0181DAILCOUR
DAILY GAZETTEER (LONDON EDITION) B0182DAILGAZE
DAILY GAZETTEER OR LONDON ADVERTISER B0183DAILGAZE
DAILY JOURNAL B0184DAILJOUR
DAILY POST B0185DAILPOST
DAILY POST BOY B0186DAILPOBO
DAILY UNIVERSAL REGISTER B0188DAILUNRE
DAWK'S NEWS LETTER B0189DAWNEWLE
DIARY OR WOODFALL'S REGISTER B0190DAIWOORE
HUMBLE PETITION OF THE LORD MAYOR ALDERMEN AND COMMONS OF THE CITY OF LONDON (1648) B0191DIEJOUIS
DIE LUNAE 25 MARCH 1644 IT IS THIS DAY ORDERED BY THE COMMONS B0192DIELUANE
DIE LUNAE 20 MAII 1661 THE LORDS IN PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED B0193DIELUNAE
DIE SATURNI 31 JULII 1647 WEE YOUR MAJESTIES LOYALL SUBJECTS THE LORDS AND COMMONS B0194DISATURN
DIE VENERIS 18 MAII 1660 UPON COMPLAINT THIS DAY MADE BY THE COMMONS B0195DIEVENRS
DIRECTOR B0196DIRECTOR
DIVERTING POST B0198DIVEPOST
DOMESTICK INTELLIGENCE OR NEWS BOTH FROM CITY AND COUNTRY B0199DOMEINTE
DUBLIN GAZETTE B0200DUBLGAZE
DUBLIN MERCURY (1766) B0202DUBLMERC
DUNLAP'S PENNSYLVANIA PACKET OR THE GENERAL ADVERTISER B0203PENNPACK
ECHO OR EDINBURGH WEEKLY JOURNAL B0204ECEDWEJO
ENGLAND'S MEMORABLE ACCIDENTS B0205MEMOACDT
ENGLISH AND FRENCH NEWS JOURNAL B0206ENFRNEJO
ENGLISH EXAMINER B0207ENGLEXAM
EVENING ADVERTISER B0208EVENADVE
EVENING JOURNAL B0209EVENJOUR
EVENING MAIL B0210EVENMAIL
EVENING POST (1706) B0211EVENPOST
EXAMINER B0212EXAMINER
EXETER MERCURY OR WEEKLY INTELLIGENCE B0213EXETMERC
JOS BLIS'S EXETER POST BOY B0214EXPOBONE
EXPRESS AND EVENING CHRONICLE B0215EXPEVECH
APRIL 7 NUMB 20 EXTRAORDINARY NEWES B0218EXTRANEW
FARLEY'S EXETER JOURNAL B0219FAREXEJO
FELIX FARLEY'S BRISTOL JOURNAL B0220FFBRIJOU
GAZZETTA DI NAPOLI FOGLIO STRAORINARIO B0221FOGLIOST
FOG'S WEEKLY JOURNAL B0222FOGSWEJO
FOREIGN AND DOMESTICK NEWS WITH THE PACQUET BOAT FROM HOLLAND AND FLANDERS B0223FOREDOME
FREE BRITON B0224FREEBRIT
FREE HOLDER B0226FREEHOLD
FREEHOLDER EXTRAORDINARY B0227FREEHOEX
FREEHOLDER'S JOURNAL B0228FREEHOJO
FREEMAN'S JOURNAL OR THE NORTH-AMERICAN INTELLIGENCER B0229FREEMAJO
GAZETTE DE LONDRES B0230GAZELOND
GAZETTEER AND LONDON DAILY ADVERTISER B0233GALODAAD
GAZETTEER AND NEW DAILY ADVERTISER B0234GANEDAAD
GENERAL ADVERTISER (1744) B0235GENEADVE
GENERAL ADVERTISER AND MORNING INTELLIGENCER B0236GENEADVE
GENERAL EVENING POST B0237GENEVEPO
GENERAL LONDON EVENING MERCURY B0239GELOEVME
GENEROUS LONDON MORNING ADVERTISER B0240GENELOAD
GENTLEMAN'S JOURNAL AND TRADESMAN'S COMPANION B0241GENTJOUR
GEORGE FAULKNER THE DUBLIN JOURNAL B0242DUBLJOUR
GLOUCESTER JOURNAL B0243GLOUJOUR
GRAY'S INN JOURNAL B0244GRAINNJO
GRUB STREET JOURNAL B0245GRUBSTJO
HAMPTON COURT AUGUST 31 1718 THIS MORNING ARRIVED HERE CAPTAIN BYNG B0246HAMCOURT
HARANGUE DE SA MAJESTE LA REINE DE GRANDE BRETAGNE B0247HARANGUE
HIBERNIAN JOURNAL OR CHRONICLE OF LIBERTY B0249HIBEJOUR
HER MAJESTY'S LETTER TO THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY B0250HMARCCAN
HERMES STRATICUS B0251HERMSTRA
HERMIT (CUMULATION) B0252HERMIT
HIS EXCELLENCIES LETTER TO THE HOUSE OF COMMONS B0254EXLETCOM
HIS MAJESTIES DECLARATION TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT (9 MARCH 1642) B0255MAJDECPL
HIS MAJESTIES LETTER TO THE GENTRY OF YORKSHIRE (16 MAY 1642) B0256MAJLTGEN
HIS MAJESTIES LETTER TO THE MAYOR OF KINGSTON UPON HULL B0257MAJLTMYR
HIS MAJESTY'S MESSAGE UNDER HIS ROYAL SIGN MANUAL (17 NOVEMBER 1722) B0258HMMESSAG
HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS MESSAGE TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE THE LORDS (15 FEBRUARY 1743) B0259MAJMESAN
HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT (8 MAY 1771) B0260HMSPEECH
HIS MAJESTIES MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT (11 OCTOBER 1722) B0261HMSPPARL
HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT (13 NOVEMBER 1770) B0262HMSPPARL
HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE PUBLICK TRANSACTIONS IN CHRISTENDOM B0263HISTACCO
HISTORY OF CRADLE CONVULSIONS B0264HISCRACO
HOEY'S DUBLIN MERCURY B0265HOEDUBME
HONEST GENTLEMAN B0266HONEGENT
HONEST TRUE BRITON B0267HONTRUBR
HUMANIST B0269HUMANIST
INDEPENDENT CHRONICLE B0270INDECHRO
INDEPENDENT CHRONICLE OR FREEHOLDERS EVENING POST B0271INDECHRO
INDEPENDENT WHIG B0272INDEWHIG
INDIA GAZETTE B0274INDIGAZE
INFORMATOR RUSTICUS OR THE COUNTREY INTELLIGENCER B0275INFORUST
INQUISITOR B0276INQUISIT
INSTRUCTOR B0277INSTRUCT
INTELLIGENCE DOMESTICK AND FOREIGN B0278INDOMFOR
INTELLIGENCE DOMESTICK AND FOREIGN WITH THE FLYING POST BOY FROM THE CAMP IN FLANDERS B0279INTEDOFO
JACKSON'S OXFORD JOURNAL B0280JACKOXJO
JACOBITE'S JOURNAL B0281JACOJOUR
JESTING ASTROLOGER OR THE MERRY OBSERVATOR B0282JESTASTR
JESUITE B0283JESUITE
JOURNAL DE L'EUROPE B0284JOUREURO
JOURNAL DE PARIS B0285JOUPARIS
KENSINGTON MAY 21 1706 B0287KENSITON
STAFFETTA ITALIANA OR THE ITALIAN POST B0288STITITPO
JULY 3 NUMB 30 LATE NEWES OR TRUE RELATIONS B0289LATENEWE
LEEDS INTELLIGENCER B0290LEEDINTE
LEICESTER HERALD B0291LEICHERA
LETTER FROM THE RIGHT HONOURABLE SIR THOMAS ROWE EXTRAORDINARY EMBASSADOUR FOR HIS MAJESTIE AT VIENNA B0292THOMROWE
BEGINNING OF AN HISTORY OF THE LIFE REIGNE AND DEATH OF THE LATE KING CHARLES B0294DTHKNGCH
LIMERICK CHRONICLE (1775) B0295LIMECHRO
LIST OF THOSE  WORTHY PATRIOTS B0296LISTWORT
LITERARY COURIER OF GRUB STREET B0297LICOGRST
LITERARY FLY B0298LITERFLY
LIVERPOOL GENERAL ADVERTISER B0299LIVGENAD
LLOYD'S EVENING POST B0300LLOEVEPO
LLOYD'S EVENING POST AND BRITISH CHRONICLE B0301LLOEVEPO
LLOYD'S LIST B0303LLOYLIST
LLOYD'S NEWS B0304LLOYNEWS
LONDON ADVERTISER AND LITERARY GAZETTE B0306LOADLIGA
LONDON AND COUNTRY JOURNAL (1739 TUESDAY EDITION) B0307LONCOUJO
LONDON CHRONICLE B0308LONDCHRO
LONDON CHRONICLE OR UNIVERSAL EVENING POST B0309LONDCHRO
LONDON COURANT (1688) B0310LONDCOUR
LONDON COURANT AND DAILY ADVERTISER B0311LOCODAAD
LONDON COURANT AND WESTMINSTER CHRONICLE B0312LOCOWECH
LONDON COURANT WESTMINSTER CHRONICLE AND DAILY ADVERTISER B0313LOCOWECH
LONDON DAILY ADVERTISER B0316LONDAIAD
LONDON DAILY ADVERTISER AND LITERARY GAZETTE B0317LONDAIAD
LONDON DAILY POST AND GENERAL ADVERTISER B0318LODAPOGA
LONDON EVENING POST B0319LONEVEPO
LONDON EVENING POST EXTRAORDINARY B0320LONEVEPO
LONDON FARTHING-POST B0321LONFARPO
LONDON GAZETTE B0322LONGAZET
LONDON GAZETTEER B0323LONGAZER
LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY B0324LONGAZEX
LONDON HERALD AND EVENING POST B0325LOHEEVPO
LONDON JOURNAL AND COUNTRY CRAFTSMAN B0326LOJOCOCR
LONDON MERCURY OR GREAT BRITAIN'S WEEKLY JOURNAL B0327LONDMERC
LONDON MORNING ADVERTISER (1741) B0328LONMORAD
LONDON PACKET OR NEW EVENING POST B0331LONDPACK
LONDON PACKET OR NEW LLOYD'S EVENING POST B0332LOPANLEP
LONDON RECORDER OR SUNDAY GAZETTE B0334LORESUGA
LONDON SPY AND READ'S WEEKLY JOURNAL B0335LOSPYRWJ
LONDON SPY REVIVED B0336LONSPYRE
LONDON TATLER B0337LONDTATL
LONDONS DIURNAL B0338LONDDRNL
LOUNGER B0339LOUNGER
LOVER B0340LOVER
MADRAS COURIER B0341MADRCOUR
MAN B0342MAN
MAN IN THE MOON (1649) B0343MANMOON
MANCHESTER GAZETTE AND WEEKLY ADVERTISER B0344MANCGZTT
MANCHESTER HERALD B0345MANCHERA
MANCHESTER MERCURY AND HARROP'S GENERAL ADVERTISER B0346MANCMERC
MARYLAND GAZETTE (1727) B0347MARYGAZE
MEDLEY B0348MEDLEY
MERCATOR OR COMMERCE RETRIEVED B0350MERCATOR
MERCURIUS &C B0351MERCURY
MERCURIUS ACADEMICUS (1648) B0352MERCUACA
MERCURIUS ANGLICUS B0353MERCUANG
MERCURIUS ANGLICUS OR A POST FROM THE NORTH B0354MERCANGL
MERCURIUS ANGLICUS OR THE WEEKLY OCCURRENCES FAITHFULLY TRANSMITTED B0355MERCUANG
MERCURIUS ANTI-MELANCHOLLICUS OR NEWES FROM WESTMINSTER AND ALL OTHER PARTS B0356MERCANME
MERCURIUS ANTI-MERCURIUS B0357MERCUANT
MERCURIUS ANTI-PRAGMATICUS B0358MERCANPR
MERCURIUS AQUATICUS OR THE WATER POETS ANSWER TO ALL THAT HATH OR SHALL BE WRIT BY MERCURIUS BRITANICUS B0360MERCAQUA
MERCURIUS AULICUS (1643 : OXFORD) B0361MERCUAUL
MERCURIUS BELLICUS OR AN ALARUM TO ALL REBELS B0364MERCUBEL
MERCURIUS BELLICUS THE FOURTH INTELLIGENCE FROM READING B0365MERCBELL
MERCURIUS BRITANNICUS COMMUNICATING HIS MOST IMPARTIAL INTELLIGENCE FROM ALL PARTS B0366MERCBRIT
MERCURIUS BRITANICUS COMMUNICATING THE AFFAIRES OF GREAT BRITAINE B0367MERCBRIT
MERCURIUS BRITANNICUS OR THE WEEKLY OBSERVATOR B0368MERCBRIT
MERCURIUS CAMBRO-BRITANNUS THE BRITTISH MERCURY OR THE WELCH DIURNALL B0369MERCCAMB
MERCURIUS CANDIDUS (1647) B0370MERCCAND
MERCURIUS CIVICUS OR AN ACCOUNT OF AFFAIRS BOTH FORREIGN AND DOMESTICK B0371MERCCBCS
MERCURIUS CIVICUS OR A TRUE ACCOUNT OF AFFAIRS BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTICK B0372MERCUCIB
MERCURIUS CIVICUS OR THE CITY MERCURY B0373MERCCBCS
MERCURIUS CIVICUS LONDONS INTELLIGENCER B0374MERCCIVC
MERCURIUS CIVICUS OR THE CITIES INTELLIGENCER B0375MERCCIVI
MERCURIUS COELICUS OR A CAVEAT TO ALL THE PEOPLE OF THE KINGDOME B0376MERCCLCS
MERCURIUS CENSORIUS OR NEWES FROM THE ISLE OF WIGHT B0377MERCUCON
MERCURIUS DEMOCRITUS OR A PERFECT NOCTURNAL B0379MERCUDEM
MERCURIUS DEMOCRITUS OR A TRUE AND PERFECT NOCTURNALL B0380MERCUDEM
MERCURIUS DEMOCRITUS OR THE SMOAKING NOCTURNAL (1661) B0381MERCDEMO
MERCURIUS DIABOLICUS OR HELLS INTELLIGENCER B0382MERCDIAB
DIUTINUS BRITANICUS COLLECTOR OF THE AFFAIRES OF GREAT BRITAINE B0383MERCDTNS
MERCURIUS DOGMATICUS B0384MERCDOGM
MERCURIUS ELENCTICUS (1647) B0385MERCUELE
MERCURIUS FUMIGOSUS OR THE SMOKING NOCTURNALL (1654) B0386MERCUFUM
MERCURIUS FUMIGOSUS OR THE SMOAKING NOCTURNAL (1660) B0388MERCFUMI
MERCURIUS HONESTUS B0389MERCUHON
MERCURIUS IMPARTIALIS OR AN ANSWER TO THAT TREASONABLE PAMPHLET MERCURIUS MILITARIS B0390MERCUIMP
MERCURIUS INFERNUS OR NEWS FROM THE OTHER WORLD B0391MERCUINT
MERCURIUS LATINUS B0392MERCLATI
MERCURIUS LIBRARIUS OR A CATALOGUE OF BOOKS B0393MERCLIBR
MERCURIUS MEDICUS OR A SOVERAIGNE SALVE FOR THESE SICK TIMES B0394MERCMDCS
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KINGDOMES WEEKLY POST (1645) B1140KGDMWKPS
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SEPTEMB 11 NUMB 32 CONTINUATION OF THE WEEKLY NEWES B1163CONTNEWE
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POST ANGEL OR UNIVERSAL ENTERTAINMENT B1166POSTANGE
PERFECT DECLARATION OF THE PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT B1167TRUINFMR
NEW STATE OF EUROPE OR A TRUE ACCOUNT OF PUBLICK TRANSACTIONS AND LEARNING B1168NEWSTAEU
SPEECH OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE JOHN AISLABIE ESQ B1169ATHENEWS
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NORTH BRITON (1768: ANNUAL) B1176NORTBRIT
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TO THE GENTLEMEN CLERGY AND FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX B1179NORTBRIT
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MODERATOR'S REASONS AGAINST THE PEERAGE BILL B1183MODE1719
HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT ON MUNDAY THE TWENTY SEVENTH DAY OF MAY 1723 B1184HMSPPARL
HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT ON THURSDAY JANUARY 13 1774 B1185HMSPPARL
HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT ON THURSDAY MAY 23 1776 B1186HMSPPARL
HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20 1777 B1187HMSPPARL
HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT ON SATURDAY JULY 3 1779 B1188HMSPPARL
HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT ON THURSDAY MAY 19 1796 B1189HMSPPARL
HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT ON THURSDAY OCTOBER 6 1796 B1190HMSPPARL
ENGLISH COURANT B1191ENGLCURR
REVIEWER REVIEWED THE SECOND PART B1193RERESRUR
REVIEWER REVIEWED THE THIRD AND LAST PART B1194RERESRUR
LUCUBRATIONS OF ISAAC BICKERSTAFF B1195TATLER
TATLER (1711: MORPHEW) B1196TATLER
PRISES OF MERCHANDISE IN LONDON MARCH 25 1674 B1197INDEX
PRICES OF MERCHANDISE IN LONDON JANUARY 3 1682 B1198INDEX
HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT ON THURSDAY THE FIRST DAY OF DECEMBER 1743 B1200HMSPPARL
HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT ON THURSDAY THE SECOND DAY OF MAY 1745 B1201HMSPPARL
HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT (18 NOVEMBER 1760) B1202HMSPPARL
FREE THINKER (1718) B1203FREETHIN
BRITISH APOLLO (ANNUAL) B1204BRITAPOL
SEPTEMB 10 NUMB 23 EXTRAORDINARY NEWES B1205EXTRANEW
TRUE RELATION OF THAT WHICH LATELY HAPNED TO THE GREAT SPANISH FLEET B1206TRACT046
SUMME AND SUBSTANCE OF THE CONFERENCE (HAMPTON COURT, 14 JANUARY 1603) B1207PARLPAPE
JUNE 10 NUM 49 THE CONTINUATION OF OUR WEEKELY NEWES B1208TRACTS
PRESENT STATE OF EUROPE OR THE HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL MERCURY B1209PRSTEURO
SPEECHES OF THE LORD DIGBY B1210TRACTS
KINGS MAIESTIES SPEECH AS IT WAS DELIVERED BY HIM IN THE UPPER HOUSE OF THE PARLIAMENT B1211PARLPAPE
AUTHORITIE OF THE CHURCH IN MAKING CANONS AND CONSTITUTIONS B1212PARLPAPE
PUBLICATION OF HIS MATIES EDICT AND SEVERE CENSURE AGAINST PRIVATE COMBATS AND COMBATANTS B1213PARLPAPE
HIS MAIESTIES SPEACH IN THE STARRE-CHAMBER THE XX OF IUNE ANNO 1616 B1214PARLPAPE
SPEECH OF SIR DUDLEY CARLTON LORD AMBASSADOUR FOR THE KING OF GREAT BRITAINE B1215PARLPAPE
EVENING POST (1740) B1216EVENPOST
DECLARATION OF HIS MAIESTIES ROYALL PLEASURE IN WHAT SORT HE THINKETH FIT TO ENLARGE OR RESERVE HIMSELFE B1217PARLPAPE
TRUE COPY OF THE LATINE ORATION OF THE EXCELLENT LORD GEORGE OSSOLINSKI B1218PARLPAPE
PROCLAMATION DECLARING HIS MAIESTIES PLEASURE CONCERNING THE DISSOLVING OF THE PRESENT CONVENTION OF PARLIAMENT B1219PARLPAPE
HIS MAIESTIES DECLARATION TOUCHING HIS PROCEEDINGS IN THE LATE ASSEMBLIE AND CONVENTION OF PARLIAMENT B1220PARLPAPE
FISHER CATCHED IN HIS OWNE NET B1221PARLPAPE
SHORT VIEW OF THE LONG LIFE AND RAINGNE OF HENRY THE THIRD B1222PARLPAPE
BY THE QUEEN A PROCLAMATION FOR CALLING A NEW PARLIAMENT B1223MISCELLS
TRES HUMBLE ADRESSE PRESENTEE A LA REINE B1224MISCELLS
MERCURIUS ELENCTICUS (31 JANUARY 1649) B1225MERCUELE
UNIVERSAL LONDON PRICE CURRENT B1226UNLOPRCU
LONDON PRICE CURRENT B1227LONPRICU
PRINCE'S LONDON PRICE CURRENT B1228PRLOPRCU
MISTRIS PARLIAMENT BROUGHT TO BED OF A MONSTROUS CHILDE OF REFORMATION B1229MISTPARL
CONTINUATION OF AN HISTORY OF THE LIFE REIGNE AND DEATH OF THE LATE KING CHARLES B1230DTHKNGCH
PRICES CURRENT (MISCELLANEOUS MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL) B1231PRICCURR
PRICES OF SUGARS (EAMER) B1232PRICCURR
PRICES OF SUGARS (VETCH) B1233PRICCURR
PRICE CURRENT OF GOODS EXPORTED / IMPORTED B1234PRICCURR
PRICES OF FOREIGN CORN AND SEEDS (WILSON) B1235PRICCURR
PRICES OF FOREIGN GRAIN (BROWNE BYLES & BROWNE) B1236PRICCURR
PRICE CURRENT OF EUROPEAN / LEVANT MERCHANDISE AT SMYRNA B1237PRICCURR
PREZZO CORRENTE DELLA MERCANZIE D'EUROPA / DEL LEVANTE PER / IN SMIRNE B1238PRICCURR
PRIX COURANT DES MARCHANDISES D'EUROPE / DU LEVANT POUR / A SMYRNE B1239PRICCURR
PRICE CURRENT OF GOODS INWARD / LEVANT MERCHANDISE AT SMIRNA B1240PRICCURR
FREE ON BOARD (COLES GODWIN & COLES / LUBBOCK & CO) B1241PRICCURR
PRICE CURRENT OF LEGHORN (JAMES DUCLOU) B1242PRICCURR
PRICES CORRENT OF THOMAS PANTON & SON (JAMES DUCLOU) B1243PRICCURR
PRICE CURRENT OF TOMMASO PANTON E FIGLIO (JAMES DUCLOU) B1244PRICCURR
PREZZI CORRENTI DI LIVORNO (GIACOMO DUCLOU) B1245PRICCURR
CORSO CORRENTE DELLE SEGUENTI MERCANZIE NEL PORTO FRANCO DI LIVORNO  (GIACOMO DUCLOU) B1246PRICCURR
PRIX COURANT DI LIVORNE (JACQUES DUCLOU) B1247PRICCURR
PRICE CURRENT OF LEGHORN B1248PRICCURR
PREZZI CORRENTI DI LIVORNO B1249PRICCURR
LIST OF PRIVATE TRADE DRUGS TO BE SOLD BY THE EAST INDIA COMPANY B1250PRICCURR
COURT OF DIRECTORS OF THE UNITED COMPANY OF MERCHANTS OF ENGLAND (4 NOVEMBER 1795) B1251PRICCURR
COURT OF DIRECTORS OF THE UNITED COMPANY OF MERCHANTS OF ENGLAND (9 DECEMBER 1795) B1252PRICCURR
COURT OF DIRECTORS OF THE UNITED COMPANY OF MERCHANTS OF ENGLAND (13 DECEMBER 1786) B1253PRICCURR
COURT OF DIRECTORS OF THE UNITED COMPANY OF MERCHANTS OF ENGLAND (3 APRIL 1798) B1254PRICCURR
COURT OF DIRECTORS OF THE UNITED COMPANY OF MERCHANTS OF ENGLAND (25 MAY 1798) B1255PRICCURR
COURT OF DIRECTORS OF THE UNITED COMPANY OF MERCHANTS OF ENGLAND (6 JUNE 1798) B1256PRICCURR
COURT OF DIRECTORS OF THE UNITED COMPANY OF MERCHANTS OF ENGLAND (13 JUNE 1798) [empty] B1257PRICCURR
COURT OF DIRECTORS OF THE UNITED COMPANY OF MERCHANTS OF ENGLAND (15 NOVEMBER 1797) B1258PRICCURR
COURT OF DIRECTORS OF THE UNITED COMPANY OF MERCHANTS OF ENGLAND (24 JULY 1799) B1259PRICCURR
COURT OF DIRECTORS OF THE UNITED COMPANY OF MERCHANTS OF ENGLAND (31 JULY 1799) B1260PRICCURR
IMPARTIAL PROTESTANT MERCURY B1262PROTMERC
GEORGE ASTOR MANUFACTURER OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MUSIC SELLER B1263PRICCURR
CARGOES OF THE HUDSON BAY COMPANY'S SHIPS (20 NOVEMBER 1799) B1264PRICCURR
PRICES OF SUNDRY GOODS (12 JANUARY 1785) B1265PRICCURR
PRICE CURRENT OF THE PRINCIPAL ARTICLES IMPORTED FROM AMERICA IN OUR CURRENCY & BRITISH STERLING MONEY B1266PRICCURR
PRIX COURANT DES MARCHANDISES DE BENGALLE VENDUES PAR LA COMPAGNIE DES INDES B1267PRICCURR
MESSIEURS LES DIRECTEURS DE LA COMPAGNIE DES INDES DECLARENT QU'ILS VENDRONT B1268PRICCURR
LISTE DE CHARGEMENTS DES NAVIRES SUIVANS B1269PRICURR
PRIX COURANT DES MARCHANDISES DE LA COTE VENDUES PAR LA COMPAGNIE DES INDES B1270PRICCURR
CARGOES OF THE LASCELLES (24 OCTOBER 1798) B1271PRICCURR
PRIX COURANT DES MARCHANDISES DE LA COTE D'ANJENJO DE MALABAR & DE SURATE B1272PRICCURR
CARGOES OF THE ATLANTIC (24 JULY 1799) B1273PRICCURR
CURRANT INTELLIGENCE B1274BNKCURIN
TRUE AND BRIEFE RELATION OF THE GREAT VICTORY OBTAINED BY SIR RALPH HOPTON B1275MERCUAUL
MERCURIUS PRAGMATICUS (1652: NEDHAM) B1276MERCUPRA
LONDON MERCURY (1682) B1277LONDMERC
LONDON COURANT (1745) B1278LONDCOUR
ADDRESS TO THE ARMY (1746) B1279REBELS
WHEREAS IT HATH PLEASED ALMIGHTY GOD TO CALL TO HIS MERCY OUR LATE SOVEREIGN LORD KING GEORGE B1282PRKINGGE
MERCURIUS AULICUS (1643 : LONDON) B1283MERCALCS
CONVENTICLE COURANT B1287CONVECOU
MONTHLY ACCOUNT OF THE LAND BANK B1288ACLANBAN
PACQUETS OF ADVICE FROM ROME (VOLUME 3) B1289WEPAQUET
HISTORY OF POPERY B1290WEPAQUET
PACQUETS OF ADVICE FROM ROME (VOLUME 5) B1291WEPAQUET
WEEKLY PACQUET OF ADVICE FROM ROME RESTORED B1292WEPAQUET
CONTINUATION OF CERTAIN SPECIALL AND REMARKABLE PASSAGES INFORMED TO THE PARLIAMENT (1644) B1293CNTINPRL
CONTINUATION OF CERTAIN SPECIALL AND REMARKABLE PASSAGES INFORMED TO THE PARLIAMENT (1645) B1294CNTINPRL
PERFECT DIURNALL OF THE PASSAGES IN PARLIAMENT (1642 : T. COOK) B1295PRFPSPRL
PERFECT DIURNALL OF THE PASSAGES IN PARLIAMENT (1642 : COOKE AND WOOD) B1296PRFPSPRL
ENGLISHMAN (15 FEBRUARY 1714 NUMBER 57) B1297ENGLMAN
VOTES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS (1734) B1298VHCOMMON
HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT (29 JUNE 1798) B1299HMSPPARL
HUMBLE ADDRESS OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE THE LORDS (14 NOVEMBER 1770) B1300HMSPPARL
VOTES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS (1770-1771) B1301HMSPPARL
CRAFTSMAN EXTRAORDINARY (9 OCTOBER 1727) B1302CRAFTSMA
CRAFTSMAN EXTRAORDINARY CONTAINING AN ANSWER B1303CRAFTSMA
CRAFTSMAN EXTRAORDINARY UPON ACTS OF GRACE B1304CRAFTSMA
HIS MAJESTIES DECLARATION TO ALL HIS SUBJECTS B1305HMDTAHSU
NORWICH GAZETTE OR THE LOYAL PACKET B1306GAZETTE
WHITEHALL JUNE 23 1743 THIS MORNING MR PARKER B1307WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL JUNE 27 1747 THIS AFTERNOON A MESSENGER ARRIVED B1308WHITEHAL
ACT TO INFLICT PAINS AND PENALTIES ON JOHN PLUNKET B1309ANREGERE
ACT TO INFLICT PAINS AND PENALTIES ON GEORGE KELLY ALIAS JOHNSON B1310ANREGERE
ACT TO INFLICT PAINS AND PENALTIES ON FRANCIS LORD BISHOP OF ROCHESTER B1311ANREGERE
ACT FOR REDUCING THE SEVERAL ANNUITIES B1312ANREGERE
VOTES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS (1722-1723) B1313ADCOKING
VOTES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS (1743-1744) B1314ADCOKING
VOTES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS (1760-1761) B1315ADCOKING
VOTES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS (1772-1773) B1316ADCOKING
HUMBLE ADDRESS OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE THE LORDS (22 JANUARY 1772) B1317ADCOKING
PERFECT DIURNALL OF SOME PASSAGES OF PARLIAMENT (1650) B1318DIURPARL
PERFECT DIURNALL OF PASSAGES IN PARLIAMENT (1649) B1319DIURPARL
CARGO OF SEVEN SHIPS FROM INDIA (1 AUGUST 1678) B1320INDEX
CARGOE OF THE DOROTHY FROM FORT ST GEORGE (25 AUGUST 1693) B1321INDEX
CARGOE OF THE CHARLES THE SECOND AND SAMPSON (28 DECEMBER 1694) B1322INDEX
CARGOE OF THE MARTHA FROM FORT ST GEORGE (30 AUGUST 1699) B1323INDEX
HUDSONS BAY COMPANY WILL EXPOSE TO SALE BY THE CANDLE (15 NOVEMBER 1682) B1324INDEX
HUDSONS BAY COMPANY WILL EXPOSE TO SALE BY THE CANDLE (18 MARCH 1685) B1325INDEX
HUDSONS BAY COMPANY WILL EXPOSE TO SALE BY THE CANDLE (10 DECEMBER 1684) B1326INDEX
CARGOE OF THE CHARLES THE SECOND AND SAMPSON (16 NOVEMBER 1694) B1327INDEX
WHITEHALL AUGUST 10 1704 THIS AFTERNOON COLONEL PARK B1328WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL OCTOBER 23 1702 THIS DAY CAME IN THREE MAILS FROM HOLLAND B1329WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL JUNE 8 1696 ADVICES BY THE MAIL FROM HOLLAND B1330WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL AUGUST 29 1695 THIS MORNING ARRIVED HERE AN EXPRESS B1331WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL OCTOBER 27 THIS DAY CAME IN A MAIL FROM HOLLAND B1332WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL APRIL 18 THIS DAY CAME IN THREE MAILS FROM HOLLAND B1333WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL JUNE 6 THIS DAY CAME IN ONE MAIL FROM LISBON B1334WHITEHAL
GENERAL REMARK OR MISCELLANIES B1335GENEREMA
JOHN WILKES ESQ PLAINTIFF IN ERROR B1336JOHNWILK
REHEARSAL OF OBSERVATOR B1337REHEARSA
REVIEW OF THE STATE OF THE BRITISH NATION B1338RESTBRNA
PRICES OF NEEDLES AND FISH HOOKS (THOMAS CHILLINGWORTH) B1339PRICCURR
TO THE WORTHY LIVERY OF THE CITY OF LONDON B1340PRICCURR
GENERAL POST OFFICE LONDON PERSONS DESIROUS OF BEING SUPPLIED WITH FOREIGN NEWSPAPERS B1341PRICCURR
ESTABLISHED AND REGULAR INLAND COMMUNICATION B1342PRICCURR
CARGOES OF THE BARWELL (30 SEPTEMBER 1799) B1343PRICCURR
AT A GENERAL MEETING OF THE VICE-CHANCELLOR (1728) B1344GRJUMIDX
SEVERAL PRESENTMENTS MADE BY THE GRAND JURIES (1729) B1345GRJUMIDX
PRESENTMENTS OF THE GRAND JURY FOR THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX (1723) B1346GRJUMIDX
LONDON JUNE 28 1705 SIR FROM THE IMPERIAL CAMP AT LAUTERBURG B1347NEWSLETT
TATLER (1711:BALDWIN) B1348TATLER
GOOD BROTHER IN OBEDIENCE TO HER MAJESTIES COMMAND B1349LETTERS
OBSERVATOR (1718) B1350OBOR1702
WHITEHALL AUGUST 3 THIS DAY CAME IN THREE MAILS FROM HOLLAND B1351WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL AUGUST 18 THIS DAY CAME IN THREE MAILS FROM HOLLAND B1352WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL AUGUST 21 THIS DAY CAME IN A MAIL FROM HOLLAND B1353WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL MARCH 14 THIS DAY CAME IN FOUR MAILS FROM HOLLAND B1354WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL MAY 25 THIS DAY BY A FLYING PACKET B1355WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL MAY 28 THIS MORNING CAME IN A MAIL FROM HOLLAND B1356WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL JULY 5 THIS DAY BY A FLYING PACKET B1357WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL JULY 28 1711 B1358WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL SEPTEMBER 11 1711 THIS NIGHT MR COLLINS B1359WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL FEBRUARY 26 1711/12 THIS MORNING COLONEL OUGHTON B1360WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL JULY 10 1712 THIS MORNING ARRIVED COLONEL DISNEY B1361WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL DECEMB 9 1712 THE CESSATION OF ARMS B1362WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL DECEMBER 17 1718 B1363WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL JANUARY 30 1719/20 B1364WHITEHAL
PARLIAMENT OF LADIES B1365MRSPARLO
WHITEHALL MAY 9 B1366WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL JUNE 29 1743 LAST NIGHT MR OVER B1367WHITEHAL
WHITEHALL JUNE 29 1743 LAST NIGHT MR OVER (ANOTHER EDITION) B1368WHITEHAL
SPEECH DELIVERED IN THE STARR CHAMBER B1369NEWSPPRS
WHITEHALL FEBRUARY 5 THIS DAY AT TWELVE O'CLOCK AT NOON B1370WHITEHAL
GENERAL DEMANDS CONCERING THE LATE COVENANT B1371NEWSPPRS
WHITEHALL MAY 11 1745 AN ACCOUNT OF THE ACTION B1372WHITEHAL
HIS MAJESTIES PROCLAMATION IN SCOTLAND B1373NEWSPPRS
FULL CONFUTATION OF THE COVENANT B1374NEWSPPRS
UNGIRDING OF THE SCOTTISH ARMOUR B1375NEWSPPRS
WHITEHALL APRIL 26 1746 THIS AFTERNOON A MESSENGER ARRIVED B1376WHITEHAL
ST JAMES'S MAY 16 1706 B1377WHITEHAL
ST. JAMES'S JOURNAL B1378STJAMJOU
LONDON AND COUNTRY JOURNAL (1739 1ST THURSDAY EDITION) B1379LONCOUJO
LONDON AND COUNTRY JOURNAL (1741 FRIDAY EDITION) B1380LONCOUJO
SCOURGE (1717, REPRINT) B1381SCOU1717

In [15]:
gold_sets = {"B0237GENEVEPO": "geneveningpost_utf8.csv", "B0911WESTJOUR": "westminsterjournal_utf8.csv"}

m_map = {"january": 1, "february": 2, "march": 3, "april": 4, "may": 5, "june": 6,
         "july": 7, "august": 8, "september":9, "october":10, "november":11, "december":12}

def gold_set_md():
    for k,v in gold_sets.items():
        with open(v, "r") as csvfile:
            cdoc = csv.reader(csvfile)
            h = cdoc.__next__()
            year = ''
            for row in cdoc:
                md = {"titleAbbreviation": k}
                if row[5] != "":
                    md['day'] = "{0:02d}".format(int(row[5]))
                    md['month'] = "{0:02d}".format(m_map[row[6].lower()])
                    if row[7] != "":
                        md['year'] = row[7]
                        year = row[7]
                    elif row[4] != "":
                        md['year'] = row[4]
                        year = row[4]
                    else:
                        md['year'] = year
                else:
                    md['day'] = "{0:02d}".format(int(row[2]))
                    md['month'] = "{0:02d}".format(m_map[row[3].lower()])
                    if row[4] != "":
                        md['year'] = row[4]
                        year = row[4]
                    elif row[7] != "":
                        md['year'] = row[7]
                        year = row[7]
                    else:
                        md['year'] = year
                md['page'] = "{0:04d}".format(int(row[9]))
                md['column'] = row[10]
                yield md

def get_hash_set():
    gsethash = set()
    newspaperhash = set()
    for item in gold_set_md():
        gsethash.add(item['titleAbbreviation']+item['year']+item['month']+item['day']+item['page'])
        newspaperhash.add(item['titleAbbreviation']+item['year'])
    return gsethash, newspaperhash

def test_clusters(cluster_list):
    spread = {}
    nspread = {}
    cfile = {}
    for clusterfile in cluster_list:
        cno = int(clusterfile.split(".")[0][12:])
        cfile[cno] = clusterfile
        spread[cno] = 0
        nspread[cno] = 0
        gsethash, nhash = get_hash_set()
        with open(clusterfile, "r") as csf:
            cdoc = csv.DictReader(csf)
            for row in cdoc:
                hashv = row['titleAbbreviation']+row['year']+row['month']+row['day']+row['page']
                nhashv = row['titleAbbreviation']+row['year']
                if hashv in gsethash:
                    spread[cno] += 1
                if nhashv in nhash:
                    nspread[cno] += 1

    print("If clustering was random with respect to poems, this spread should be roughly equal in each cluster.")
    print("Coverage: (each hit = a block found in a cluster within a golden set marked page)")
    for cno in sorted(spread.keys()):
        if spread[cno] != 0 and nspread[cno] != 0:
            print("Cluster {0} - {1}/{2} ({3:.2f}%) hits/total blocks from 2 targetted newspapers in 1745".format(cfile[cno], spread[cno], nspread[cno], spread[cno]/nspread[cno]*100))
        else:
            print("Cluster {0} - {1}/{2} hits/total blocks (0%) from targetted newspapers+year".format(cfile[cno], spread[cno], nspread[cno]))

test_clusters(clusters)


If clustering was random with respect to poems, this spread should be roughly equal in each cluster.
Coverage: (each hit = a block found in a cluster within a golden set marked page)
Cluster exp2_cluster0.csv - 0/56 hits/total blocks (0%) from targetted newspapers+year
Cluster exp2_cluster1.csv - 0/10 hits/total blocks (0%) from targetted newspapers+year
Cluster exp2_cluster2.csv - 7/225 (3.11%) hits/total blocks from 2 targetted newspapers in 1745
Cluster exp2_cluster3.csv - 0/6 hits/total blocks (0%) from targetted newspapers+year
Cluster exp2_cluster4.csv - 0/0 hits/total blocks (0%) from targetted newspapers+year
Cluster exp2_cluster5.csv - 64/2438 (2.63%) hits/total blocks from 2 targetted newspapers in 1745
Cluster exp2_cluster6.csv - 0/22 hits/total blocks (0%) from targetted newspapers+year
Cluster exp2_cluster7.csv - 0/46 hits/total blocks (0%) from targetted newspapers+year
Cluster exp2_cluster8.csv - 8/641 (1.25%) hits/total blocks from 2 targetted newspapers in 1745
Cluster exp2_cluster9.csv - 0/14 hits/total blocks (0%) from targetted newspapers+year
Cluster exp2_cluster10.csv - 0/22 hits/total blocks (0%) from targetted newspapers+year
Cluster exp2_cluster11.csv - 0/2 hits/total blocks (0%) from targetted newspapers+year

Even though the cluster 5 response looks more relevent, there are more blocks of text from the two newspapers in that cluster than any other. This makes it a good but watered down response. Cluster 2 has more relevance.

Of the blocks that definitely have poems on or around them, they are all in just 3 clusters. This is promising, as the 2 newspapers are present in all but one of the 12 clusters.


In [3]:
import pandas as pd
c5 = pd.read_csv('exp2_cluster5.csv', dtype=str)
c5.head()


Out[3]:
title titleAbbreviation year month day issueNumber printedDate page article block_number filepath st_caps st_nums x1_var1 x2_var1 ltcount
0 UNIVERSAL SPECTATOR AND WEEKLY JOURNAL B0848UNSPWEJO 1745 01 05 848 SATURDAY JANUARY 5 1745 0001 001 1 /cygdrive/w/APEX/B0848UNSPWEJO/1745/01/05/service 0.4166666666666667 0.0 17702.061728395063 2082.131944444444 2713
1 UNIVERSAL SPECTATOR AND WEEKLY JOURNAL B0848UNSPWEJO 1745 01 05 848 SATURDAY JANUARY 5 1745 0001 001 3 /cygdrive/w/APEX/B0848UNSPWEJO/1745/01/05/service 0.41025641025641024 0.0 367.1452991452991 3908.7942143326763 3254
2 UNIVERSAL SPECTATOR AND WEEKLY JOURNAL B0848UNSPWEJO 1745 01 05 848 SATURDAY JANUARY 5 1745 0002 002 0 /cygdrive/w/APEX/B0848UNSPWEJO/1745/01/05/service 0.5454545454545454 0.045454545454545456 1473.97520661157 42.58057851239669 1863
3 UNIVERSAL SPECTATOR AND WEEKLY JOURNAL B0848UNSPWEJO 1745 01 05 848 SATURDAY JANUARY 5 1745 0002 002 3 /cygdrive/w/APEX/B0848UNSPWEJO/1745/01/05/service 0.3333333333333333 0.0 21515.36507936508 2513.8004535147393 1637
4 UNIVERSAL SPECTATOR AND WEEKLY JOURNAL B0848UNSPWEJO 1745 01 05 848 SATURDAY JANUARY 5 1745 0002 002 6 /cygdrive/w/APEX/B0848UNSPWEJO/1745/01/05/service 0.5 0.0 9.0 1.0 3

5 rows × 16 columns


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