“Geographical Description of Bachelor’s Island”

Title“Geographical Description of Bachelor’s Island”
Year for Search1782
Authors[Johnson], [Richard]
Tertiary AuthorsJ, [pseud.]
Secondary TitleThe European Magazine and London Review
Volume / Edition1
Pagination169-70
Date PublishedMarch 1782
KeywordsMale author
Annotation

Satiric allegory.

Additional Publishers

 Rpt. in The American Museum, or Repository of Ancient and Fugitive Pieces 8 (October 1790): 186-87; The Boston Magazine 1 (December 1783): 48; The Universal Asylum and Columbian Magazine 4 (April 1790): 213-14; Impartial Gazetteer, and Saturday Evening Post 4.197  (February 18, 1792); The Massachusetts Magazine or Monthly Museum 2.12 (December 1790): 747-48; The Philadelphia Minerva 1.41 (November 14, 1795), [4]; The Rural Magazine 1.44 (December 15, 1798) [2]; and as “The Bachelor’s Island.” The Federal Gazette and Daily Advertiser 1.59 (March 19, 1798).

Title Note

As “The Bachelor’s Island.” The Federal Gazette and Daily Advertiser 1.59 (March 19, 1798).

Full Text

1782 [Johnson, Richard]. “Geographical Description of Bachelor’s Island.” By J. [pseud.]. The European Magazine and London Review 1 (March 1782): 169-70. Rpt. in The American Museum, or Repository of Ancient and Fugitive Pieces 8 (October 1790): 186-87; The Boston Magazine 1 (December 1783): 48; The Universal Asylum and Columbian Magazine 4 (April 1790): 213-14; Impartial Gazetteer, and Saturday Evening Post 4.197  (February 18, 1792); The Massachusetts Magazine or Monthly Museum 2.12 (December 1790): 747-48; The Philadelphia Minerva 1.41 (November 14, 1795), [4]; The Rural Magazine 1.44 (December 15, 1798) [2]; and as “The Bachelor’s Island.” The Federal Gazette and Daily Advertiser 1.59 (March 19, 1798).

Satiric allegory.