William Tait

Standard Name: Tait, William


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Publishing Christian Isobel Johnstone
Proprietor William Tait advertised the magazine with warm praise for Johnstone's talents.
Perkins, Pamela. Women Writers and the Edinburgh Enlightenment. Rodopi.
As the Schoolmaster and Edinburgh it sold for a penny halfpenny, but in its next incarnation for eightpence a copy. It was...


31 March 1832: William Tait published the first issue of...

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31 March 1832

William Tait published the first issue of Tait's Edinburgh Magazine.

1840: William Tait's Magdalenism: an Inquiry into...

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William Tait 's Magdalenism: an Inquiry into the Extent, Causes and Consequences of Prostitution was published.

By 1841: William Tait became secretary of the Edinburgh...

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By 1841

William Tait became secretary of the EdinburghSociety for the Protection of Young Girls .


Tait, William, and Mrs. Christian Isobel Johnstone, editors. “Modern Society, or The March of Intellect; By Miss Catherine Sinclair”. Tait’s Edinburgh Magazine, Vol.
, William Tate, pp. 110-7.