Charles Knight

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Standard Name: Knight, Charles,, 1791 - 1873

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Publishing Harriet Martineau
In 1834 HM published Letter to the Deaf in Tait's Edinburgh Magazine. Around 1837 she was asked to take charge of an Economical Magazine at a good salary, which she thought opened the prospect...
Publishing Harriet Martineau
The second volume appeared by early 1850; like the first it was published by Charles Knight . Knight was so worried about the possible political repercussions of publishing one particular number of this work that...
Reception Harriet Martineau
James Martineau published a scathing attack on the book in the Prospective Review under the title Mesmeric Atheism. He poured scorn on the authors for believing that one can legitimately reach the doctrines of...
Textual Features Charlotte Maria Tucker
Here CMT examines butterflies and termites (as well as fairies); but she warns her young readers that unlike moths, some of these creatures are not likely to be visible. Her concern for accuracy was evident...
Textual Production Harriet Martineau

Timeline

1791
Charles Knight , publisher, was born at Windsor, Berkshire.
Late 1822
Charles Knight founded his eponymous publishing firm in London.
31 March 1832
The first mass-circulation magazine, the Penny Magazine, appeared, published by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge .
1838
Charles Knight patented a colour-printing process called Patent Illuminated Printing.
1842
Charles Knight , publisher for the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge , issued his Store of Knowledge.
1856-1862
Charles Knight published The Popular History of England.
By 2 July 1864
Charles Knight published Passages of a Working Life.
9 March 1873
Charles Knight , publisher, died at Addlestone, Surrey.