Dartmoor Streams: An Angler's Week Among the Tors of South Devon
In: Eneas Sweetland Dallas (Ed.). Once a Week: An Illustrated Miscellany of Literature, Art, Science and Popular Information. Volume 10, December 1863-1864.
London: Bradbury & Evans. illus., pp. 473-476.
Exeter: A Wheaton & Co., Ltd., Booksellers and Stationers, 233 High Street (1914) 376pp.
Index prepared by Michael Steer
Once A Week (1859-1880) was an English weekly illustrated literary magazine published by Bradbury and Evans. The magazine's main achievement was to provide an outlet for an innovative group of illustrators in the 1860s. It was founded in consequence of a dispute between Bradbury and Evans and Charles Dickens. Bradbury and Evans had been Dickens' publisher since 1844, including publishing his magazine Household Words. In 1859, they refused to carry an advertisement by Dickens explaining why he had broken with Mrs. Dickens. Consequently, Dickens stopped work on Household Words and founded a new magazine, All The Year Round, which he decided would be editorially independent of any publisher. Bradbury and Evans responded by founding Once A Week. This rare book was produced from a digital copy held by the University of Michigan Library that can be downloaded from Google Books. Google has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. Those on which copyright has expired are available for free educational and research use, both as individual books and as full collections to aid researchers.
|Fitz of Fitzford||474|
|Luckcraft, John (Jan Luggard)||475|
|Royal Albert Bridge||476|
|Tamar River||473, 476|
|Tavy River||473, 476|
|Walkham River||473, 476|