JISC COLLECTIONS 19th Century UK Periodicals Online (Series 1

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JISC COLLECTIONS 19th Century UK Periodicals Online (Series 1) SUB-LICENCE
THE JISC CONTENT PROCUREMENT COMPANY LIMITED (TRADING AS JISC COLLECTIONS), a
company incorporated in England and Wales and limited by guarantee whose registered office is at
Ground Floor, Brettenham House South, Lancaster Place, London WC2E 7EN ("JISC Collections")
OFFERS to you, the Sub-Licensee, the permission to use the Licensed Material on the terms and
conditions as set out in this Agreement. Upon completing and returning the enclosed Acceptance of SubLicence Form, your institution will become a non-exclusive Sub-Licensee of JISC Collections.
Acceptance shall be by delivery of a completed copy of the Acceptance of Sub-Licence Form attached
hereto to a JISC Collections’ authorised agent who will accept delivery on behalf of JISC Collections.
Acceptance shall be acceptance of all terms of this Agreement. In the event that no or partial compliance
is made as to the manner or form described for acceptance, no sub-licence will be granted and this offer
is deemed withdrawn.
RECITALS
WHEREAS the 19th Century UK Periodicals Online (Series 1) is a collection of approximately 1,296,966
digitised pages of content, 5,993 in full colour, contained in approximately 90 titles dated from 1800-1900
as set out in Schedule 2 hereto (“Licensed Material”);
AND WHEREAS the 19th Century UK Periodicals Online and all Intellectual Property Rights therein are
owned by or licensed to Gale International Limited;
AND WHEREAS by an agreement between Gale International Limited and JISC Collections ("the Main
Agreement"), JISC Collections is permitted to sub-license the use of the 19th Century UK Periodicals
Online (Series 1) to the Sub-Licensees in accordance with the terms of this Agreement;
AND WHEREAS under the Main Agreement the JISC Collections obtained the permanent rights to make
access available and allow use of the 19th Century UK Periodicals Online by UK further and higher
education institutions who have signed the JISC Collections 19th Century UK Periodicals Online SubLicence Agreement;
AND WHEREAS JISC Collections has delegated certain duties and obligations relating to this Agreement
to the Joint Information Systems Committee ("JISC"). JISC will act as the point of contact and, through a
JISC authorised agent as its authorised representative, will oversee and co-ordinate the licensing
process with the Sub-Licensees.
JISC Collections AND THE SUB-LICENSEE AGREE AS FOLLOWS:
1.
DEFINITIONS
1.1
In this Agreement, the following expressions shall have the following meanings:
“Acceptance
of
Licence Form”
"Authorised Users"
Sub-
means the form on which the Institution shall indicate
acceptance of the terms and conditions of this Agreement, as
set out in Schedule 2.
means individuals who are authorised by the Institution to
access the Institution’s information services whether on-site or
off site via Secure Authentication and who are affiliated to the
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Institution as a current student (including but not limited to
undergraduates and postgraduates) member of staff (whether
on a permanent or a temporary basis including retired members
of staff and any teacher who teaches Authorised Users in the
United Kingdom) or contractor of the Institution. Persons who
are not a current student, member of staff or a contractor of the
Institution, but who are permitted to access the Institution’s
information services from computer terminals or otherwise
within the physical premises of the Institution ["Walk-In Users"]
are also deemed to be Authorised Users, only for the time they
are within the physical premises of the Institution. Walk-In Users
may not be given means to access the Licensed Work when
they are not within the physical premises of the Institution. For
the avoidance of doubt, Walk-In Users may not be given access
to the Licensed Work by any wireless network provided by the
Institution unless such network is a Secure Network.
"Commercial Use"
means the use of the whole or parts of the Licensed Material for
any reason which generates a profit.
"Educational Purposes"
means for the purpose of education, teaching, distance
learning, private study and/or research.
“Gale”
means Gale International Limited
"Intellectual Property
Rights"
means patents, trademarks, trade names, design rights,
copyright (including rights in computer software and moral
rights), rights in know-how and other intellectual property rights,
in each case whether registered or unregistered and including
applications for the grant of any of the foregoing and all rights or
forms of protection having equivalent or similar effect to any of
the foregoing which may subsist anywhere in the world.
"Library Premises"
means the physical premises of the library or libraries operated
by a Sub-Licensee.
"Licensed Material"
means the material licensed in this Agreement known to the
parties as ‘19th Century UK Periodicals Online (Series 1)’ which
is a collection of approximately 1,296,966 digitised pages of
content, 5,993 in full colour, contained in approximately 90 titles
dated from 1800-1900. and as described in Schedule 2.
means the agreement between JISC Collections and the
Publisher [insert date ] which relates to the Licensed Material.
“Main Agreement”
“Publisher
Service”
Hosting
has the meaning given to it in the Main Agreement;
“Publisher
Agreement”
Hosting
means an agreement between the Institution and Gale for the
provision to Authorised Institutions of the Publisher Hosting
Service in the form set out in Schedule 5a to the Main
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Agreement;
"Sub-Licensee"
means the sub-licensee whose details are set out in the
Acceptance of Sub-Licence Form attached hereto and made a
part hereof.
"Secure Authentication"
means access to the Licensed Work by Athens authentication
or Security Assertion Mark-up Language (SAML) technology
based authentication, Internet Protocol (“IP”) ranges or by
another means of authentication agreed in writing between
[Publisher] and JISC Collections from time to time.
"Secure Network"
means a network which is only accessible by Secure
Authentication.
1.2
Headings contained in this Agreement are for reference purposes only and shall not be deemed
to be an indication of the meaning of the clause to which they relate.
1.3
Where the context so implies, words importing the singular number shall include the plural and
vice versa and words importing the masculine shall include the feminine and vice versa.
1.4
Unless the context otherwise requires, references in this Agreement to Clauses and Schedules
are references to the Clauses and Schedules of this Agreement.
1.5
In the event of any conflict between the provisions of the main body of this Agreement and the
Schedules, the provisions of the main body of this Agreement shall prevail over the Schedules.
2.
GRANT OF SUB-LICENCE
2.1
JISC Collections hereby grants the Sub-Licensee a non-exclusive sub-licence to locally mount
and use the Licensed Material and to allow Authorised Users to access and use the Licensed
Material throughout the term of this Agreement by means of a Secure Network for Educational
Purposes only.
3.
USE OF THE LICENSED MATERIAL
3.1
Throughout the term of this Agreement the Sub-Licensee may for Educational Purposes only:
3.1.1
locally mount the Licensed Material on a stand-alone computer or a Secure Network if
the Licensed Work was received from JISC Collections in digital form;
3.1.2
make such local electronic copies of all or part of the Licensed Material as are necessary
to ensure efficient use by Authorised Users, provided that such use is subject to all the
terms and conditions of this Agreement;
3.1.3
allow Authorised Users to access the Licensed Material by Secure Authentication in order
to search, retrieve, display and view, and otherwise use portions thereof;
3.1.4
allow Authorised Users to electronically save parts of the Licensed Material;
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3.1.5
allow Authorised Users to print out parts of the Licensed Material;
3.1.6
provide single printed or electronic copies of parts of the Licensed Material at the request
of individual Authorised Users;
3.1.7
supply to an authorised user of another library in the United Kingdom (whether by post,
fax or secure electronic transmission, using Ariel or its equivalent, whereby the electronic
file is deleted immediately after printing) a single paper copy of an electronic original of a
part of the Licensed Material;
3.1.8
allow Authorised Users to incorporate parts of the Licensed Material in printed and
electronic course and study packs hosted on a Secure Network, virtual learning
environments, managed learning environments and multi-media works for Educational
Purposes. Each item shall carry appropriate acknowledgement of the source, listing title
and copyright owner. Course packs in non-electronic non-print perceptible form, such as
Braille, may also be offered to Authorised Users;
3.1.9
allow Authorised Users to incorporate parts of the Licensed Material printed or electronic
form in, assignments, portfolios and in dissertations, including reproductions of the
dissertation for personal use and library deposit, if such use conforms to the customary
and usual practice of the Licensee. Each item shall carry appropriate acknowledgement;
3.1.10 display, download, print parts of the Licensed Material for the purpose of promotion of the
Licensed Material, testing of the product, or for training Authorised Users;
3.1.11 publicly display or publicly perform as part of a professional presentation at a seminar,
conference, or workshop, or other such similar professional activity;
3.1.12 make such copies of and network training material as may be required for the purpose of
using the Licensed Material in accordance with this Agreement.
3.2
This Sub-Licence shall be deemed to complement and extend the rights of the Institution and
Authorised Users under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 and the Copyright (Visually
Impaired Persons) Act 2002 and nothing in this Sub-Licence shall constitute a waiver of any
statutory rights held by the Institution and Authorised Users from time to time under these Acts or
any amending legislation.
4.
RESTRICTIONS
4.1
Save as provided herein, the Licensee and Authorised Users may not:
4.1.1
sell, resell, redistribute, publish or otherwise make the information contained in the
Licensed Material available in any manner or on any media to any one other than an
Authorised User unless the Licensee has been granted prior written consent by the
Licensor;
4.1.2
remove, obscure or modify copyright notices, text acknowledging or other means of
identification or disclaimers as they appear;
4.1.3
make printed or electronic copies of multiple extracts of the Licensed Material for any
purpose, beyond those authorised by this Agreement;
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4.1.4
display or distribute any part of the Licensed Material on any electronic network, including
without limitation the Internet and the World Wide Web, and any other distribution
medium now in existence or hereinafter created, other than by Secure Authentication;
4.1.5
permit anyone other than Authorised Users to access or use the Licensed Material;
4.1.6
use all or any part of the Licensed Material for any Commercial Use or for any purpose
other than Educational Purposes;
4.1.7
permit the Licensed Material to be electronically transmitted to any other recipient except
where the recipient is an Authorised User under the terms of a valid JISC Collections
19th Century UK Periodicals Online (Series 1) Sub Licence or a licence granted by Gale
4.2
This Clause shall survive termination of this Agreement for any reason.
5.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE SUB-LICENSEE
5.1
The Sub-Licensee will:
6.
5.1.1
issue passwords or other access information only to Authorised Users and use all
reasonable efforts to ensure that Authorised Users do not divulge their passwords or
other access information to any third party;
5.1.2
use all reasonable efforts to ensure that only Authorised Users are permitted access to
the Licensed Material by Secure Authentication;
5.1.3
use all reasonable efforts to ensure that all Authorised Users are made aware of and
undertake to abide by the terms of this Agreement;
5.1.4
use all reasonable efforts to monitor compliance and notify Gale and JISC Collections
immediately and provide full particulars on becoming aware of any of the following (a)
any loss theft or unauthorised use of any of the Sub-Licensee's password(s); or (b) any
breach by an Authorised User of the terms of this Agreement. Upon becoming aware of
any breach of the terms of this Agreement the Sub-Licensee further agrees promptly to
fully investigate and initiate disciplinary procedures in accordance with the SubLicensee's standard practice and use all reasonable effort to ensure that such activity
ceases and to prevent any recurrence;
5.1.5
comply with all computer security procedures required by Gale and JISC Collections and
take all reasonable steps to ensure the security of the Licensed Material;
5.1.6
provide lists of valid IP addresses to Gale and JISC and update those lists on a regular
basis the frequency of which will be agreed by the parties from time to time.
5.1.7
at Gale’s written request, use its reasonable endeavours, as reasonably assisted by
Gale, to delete from Institution’s copy of the Licensed Material any item comprised in the
Licensed Material which Gale no longer retains the right to publish or which Gale has
reasonable grounds to believe infringes a third party’s intellectual property rights or is
defamatory, obscene, unlawful or otherwise objectionable.
ACCESS TO THE LICENSED MATERIAL
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6.1
If and to the extent that the Publisher Hosting Service remains in force at that date, on signature
of this Agreement the Institution shall be entitled to gain access to the Licensed Materials by
entering into a Publisher Hosting Agreement with Gale.
6.2
Where the Publisher Hosting Service is not in force, is terminated in respect of the Institution or
for any other reason Gale does not provide access to the Licensed Materials for the Institution,
JISC Collections shall use its reasonable endeavours to secure alternative access arrangements
to enable the Institution to access the Licensed Material on such terms and conditions as are
reasonable in all the circumstances. For the avoidance of doubt such terms and conditions may
include the charging by JISC Collections of a fee for the use of the access arrangements.
7.
OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES OF JISC Collections
7.1
JISC Collections shall use all reasonable efforts to ensure use of the Licensed Material in
accordance with the provisions as laid down in this Agreement.
7.2
JISC Collections shall use all reasonable efforts to cause product support to be provided by Gale
to the Sub-Licensee and to Authorised Users.
8.
USAGE DATA
8.1
The parties shall co-operate in gathering any data on usage of the Licensed Material that is
available to them during the term of this Agreement, and shall provide such data to each other
upon request. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the parties shall neither assemble nor provide data
from which an individual user could be identified.
9.
TERM AND TERMINATION
9.1
The Term of this Agreement will commence upon the date of signature and will remain in full
force and effect unless terminated earlier as provided for in this Clause 9.
9.2
Either party may terminate this Agreement at any time on the material or repeated other breach
by the other of any obligation on its part under this Agreement by serving a written notice on the
other identifying the nature of the breach. The termination ( or as the case may be suspension)
will become effective thirty days after receipt of the written notice unless during the relevant
period of thirty (30) days the defaulting party remedies the breach forthwith by written notice to
the other party. On termination under this clause 9.2, whether at the time of the breach on-line
access is being provided by Gale, JISC Collections or any third party on behalf of Gale or JISC
Collections, JISC Collections shall procure that the Sub-Licensee’s on-line access to the
Licensed Material is terminated.
9.3
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, this Agreement will automatically terminate if the
Main Agreement terminates for any reason. JISC Collections shall make reasonable endeavours
not to cause the Main Agreement to terminate.
9.4
Where JISC Collections receives information indicating that there may have been a breach by the
Sub-Licensee which would give rise to rights of termination under clause 9.2, JISC Collections
may suspend the rights of the Sub-Licensee under this Agreement until such time as JISC
Collections has determined whether or not such a breach has occurred and may procure the
suspension of the Sub-Licensee’s on-line access to the Licensed Material, regardless of whether
at the time of the suspension that on-line access is being provided by Gale, JISC Collections or
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any third party on behalf of Gale or JISC Collections. If JISC Collections subsequently
determines that such a breach has not occurred, JISC Collections shall use its reasonable
endeavours to procure the restoration of the Sub-Licensee’s on-line access. In no circumstances
shall the Sub-Licensee be entitled to any refund of fees or other compensation from JISC
Collections in respect of the period during which its rights and any on-line access were
suspended.
9.5
Upon termination and expiration of this Agreement, print copies of parts of the Licensed Material
and Adaptations made by Authorised Institutions and Authorised Users may be retained and used
subject to the terms of Clause 3 and 4 of this Agreement, which terms shall survive any
termination of this Agreement. The use of electronic copies after the expiration or termination of
this Agreement requires the authorisation from Gale and the conditions of use are not subject to
this Agreement.
10.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND PROTECTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
10.1
The Sub-Licensee acknowledges that all copyrights, patent rights, trademarks, database rights,
trade secrets and other intellectual property rights in the Licensed Material are the sole and
exclusive property of Gale or are duly licensed to Gale and that this Agreement does not assign
or transfer to the Sub-Licensee any right, title or interest therein except for the right to use the
Licensed Material in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
11.
REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES AND INDEMNIFICATION
11.1
The Sub-Licensee represents and warrants that it has sufficient authority and rights to enter into
and perform its obligations under this Agreement.
11.2
JISC Collections represents and warrants that it has the right to grant the Sub-Licence and that
the use of the Licensed Material by Authorised Users is in accordance with the terms of this
Agreement shall not infringe the copyright of any third party. The foregoing shall not apply to
improper usage of the Licensed Material by the Sub-Licensee or Authorised Users. JISC
Collections makes no representation or warranty, and expressly disclaims any liability with
respect to the content of the Licensed Material including but not limited to errors or omissions
contained therein, libel, infringement of rights of publicity, privacy, trademark rights, moral rights,
or the disclosure of confidential information.
11.3
The Sub-Licensee agrees to notify Gale and JISC Collections immediately and provide full
particulars in the event that it becomes aware of any actual or threatened claims by any third
party in connection with works contained in the Licensed Material. It is expressly agreed that
upon such notification, or if Gale becomes aware of such a claim from other sources, Gale may
remove such work(s) from the Licensed Material. At the request of Gale the Sub-Licensee will
make all reasonable efforts to remove such work(s) from any copies of the Licensed Material
maintained by the Sub-Licensee.
11.4
Nothing in this Agreement shall make the Sub-Licensee liable for breach of the terms of this
Agreement by any Authorised User provided that the Sub-Licensee did not cause, knowingly
assist or condone the continuation of such breach after becoming aware of a an actual breach
having occurred.
11.5
Subject to the above and to the extent permitted by law, JISC Collections shall not be liable to the
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Sub-Licensee for any loss or damage including any loss of profits, goodwill, contract or any
indirect or consequential loss including loss or damage suffered by the Sub-Licensee as a result
of an action brought by a third party.
11.6
JISC Collections reserves the right to change the content, presentation, user facilities or
availability of parts of the Licensed Material where such changes are made by Gale at its sole
discretion. A notification will be given to the Sub-Licensee of substantial changes to the Licensed
Material.
11.7
Other than the express warranties stated in this Clause 11, the Licensed Material is provided on
an “as is” basis, and JISC Collections disclaims any and all other warranties, conditions, or
representations (express, implied, oral or written), relating to the Licensed Material or any part
thereof, including, without limitation, any and all implied warranties of quality, performance,
merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. JISC Collections further expressly disclaims
any warranty or representation to Authorised Users, or to any third party. JISC Collections
accepts no liability for loss suffered or incurred by the Authorised Institution or Authorised Users
as a result of their reliance on the Licensed Material.
11.8
The Sub-Licensee represents to JISC Collections that its computer system through which the
Licensed Material will be used is configured, and procedures are in place, to prohibit access to
the Licensed Material by any person other than an Authorised User; that it shall inform Authorised
Users about the conditions of use of the Licensed Material; and that during the term of this
Agreement, the Sub-Licensee will continue to make all reasonable efforts to bar non-permitted
access and to convey appropriate use information to its Authorised Users.
12.
FORCE MAJEURE
12.1
Either party’s failure to perform any term or condition of this Agreement as a result of
circumstances beyond the control of the relevant party (including without limitation, war, strikes,
flood, governmental restrictions, and power, telecommunications or Internet failures or damages
to or destruction of any network facilities) ["Force Majeure"] shall not be deemed to be, or to give
rise to, a breach of this Agreement.
12.2
If either party to this Agreement is prevented or delayed in the performance of any of its
obligations under this Agreement by Force Majeure and if such party gives written notice thereof
to the other party specifying the matters constituting Force Majeure together with such evidence
as it reasonably can give and specifying the period for which it is estimated that such prevention
or delay will continue, then the party in question shall be excused the performance or the
punctual performance as the case may be as from the date of such notice for so long as such
cause of prevention or delay shall continue.
13.
ASSIGNMENT
13.1
Neither this Agreement nor any of the rights under it may be assigned or sub-licensed by the
Sub-Licensee without obtaining the prior written consent of JISC Collections, such consent not to
be unreasonably withheld or delayed. All the terms of this Agreement will be binding upon any
permitted successor to any party.
14.
GOVERNING LAW AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION
14.1
This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law and the
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parties irrevocably agree that any dispute arising out of or in connection with this Agreement will
be subject to and within the jurisdiction of the English courts.
14.2
The parties agree to use best efforts to resolve disputes in an informal manner. Where the parties
agree that a dispute arising out of or in connection with this Agreement would best be resolved by
the decision of an expert, they will agree upon the nature of the expert required and together
appoint a suitable expert by agreement. In default of agreement upon whom to appoint as a
suitable expert, such expert shall upon the request of either party be appointed by the Chair for
the time being of the Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals.
14.3
Any person to whom a reference is made under Clause 14.2 shall act as expert and not as an
arbitrator and his decision (which shall be given by him in writing and shall state the reasons for
his decision) shall be final and binding on the parties except in the case of manifest error or fraud.
14.4
Each party shall provide the expert with such information and documentation as he may
reasonably require for the purposes of his decision.
14.5
The costs of the expert shall be borne by the parties in such proportions as the expert may
determine to be fair and reasonable in all circumstances or, if no determination is made by the
expert, by the parties in equal proportions.
15.
NOTICES
15.1
All notices required to be given under this Agreement shall be given in writing in English and sent
by first class registered or recorded delivery to the relevant addressee at its address set out
below, or to such other address as may be notified by either party to the other from time to time
under this Agreement, and notices shall be deemed to have been received fourteen (14) days
after the date of posting in the case of first class registered or recorded delivery:
if to JISC COLLECTIONS:
CEO
JISC Collections
Brettenham House
5 Lancaster Place
London WC2E 7EN
Email: [[email protected]]
if to Gale
If to the Sub-Licensee
As stated in the Acceptance of Sub-Licence Form
16.
GENERAL
16.1
This Agreement and its Schedules constitute the entire agreement between the parties relating to
the Licensed Material and supersede all prior communications, understandings and agreements
(whether written or oral) relating to its subject matter and may not be amended or modified except
by agreement of both parties in writing.
16.2
Gale may enforce the terms of this Agreement subject to and in accordance with the terms of the
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Agreement and the provisions of the Contract (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999, as amended or
substituted from time to time.
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16.3
The rights of the parties arising under this Agreement shall not be waived except in writing. Any
waiver of any of a party's rights under this Agreement or of any breach of this Agreement by the
other party shall not be construed as a waiver of any other rights or of any other or further breach.
Failure by either party to exercise or enforce any rights conferred upon it by this Agreement shall
not be deemed to be a waiver of any such rights or operate so as to bar the exercise or
enforcement thereof at any subsequent time or times.
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SCHEDULE 1 - LICENSED MATERIAL
1.
In this Agreement “Licensed Material” means the database entitled 19th Century UK
Periodicals Online (Series 1) which is a collection of approximately 1,296,966 digitised pages of
content, 5,993 in full colour, contained in approximately 90 titles dated from 1800-1900. The titles,
listed in the table below cover subject areas of Sports, Leisure and Humour and those published
for women and children. Each page is article segmented with OCR applied allowing for full text
searching.
Journal Title
Date
Range
Age, The
…continued as Age and Argus, The
…continued as English Gentleman, The
Alexandra Magazine and Woman's Social and Industrial Advocate
1825-43
1843-45
1845-46
May-Aug
1864
1864-65
1887-98
1866-85
1860-88
1889-1900
1806-32
…continued as Alexandra Magazine and Englishwoman's Journal
Atalanta
Aunt Judy's Magazine
Baily's Monthly Magazine of Sports and Pastimes, and Racing Register
…continued as Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes
Belle Assemblée, Le or, Bell's court and fashionable magazine addressed
particularly to the ladies
…continued as Court Magazine and Belle Assemblée, The
…continued as Court Magazine and Monthly Critic, The
…continued as Court Magazine and Monthly Critic, The, and Ladies' Magazine
and Museum of the Belles Lettres (United with “the Court Magazine and Monthly
Critic”)
Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle
Big Budget, The
Boys of England. A magazine of sport, sensation, fun, and instruction
…continued as Boys of England and Jack Harkaway's Journal for Boys
…continued as Up-To-Date Boys' Journal & Novelettes
Boy's Own Magazine
…continued as Boys Own Volume, The (Beeton's Boy's Annual)
…continued as Boy's Own Magazine, Beeton's Fact, Fiction etc
Boy's Own Paper, The
Bright Eyes: an annual for young folk
British Mothers' Magazine, The
…continued as British Mothers' Journal, The
…continued as British Mothers' Family Magazine
British Women's Temperance Journal
…continued as Wings
Captain, The: a magazine for boy and old boys
Chatterbox
11
1832-36
Jan-Dec
1837
1838-48
1822-86
June 18971900
1866-93
1893-99
1899-1900
1855-62
1863-69
1870-74
1879-1900
1893-1900
1845-55
1856-63
1864
1883-92
1892-1900
1899-1900
1866-1900
Children's Friend, The
Child’s Companion, The; or Sunday Scholar’s reward
…continued as Child’s Companion and Juvenile Instructor, The
Chums, an illustrated paper for boys
Cleave's London Satirist and Gazette of Variety
…continued as Cleave's Penny Gazette of Variety
…continued as Cleave's Penny Gazette of Variety and Amusement
Cycling; an illustrated weekly
Dart, The; a journal of sense and satire
…continued as Dart and Midland Figaro, The (Birmingham)
…continued as Birmingham Pictorial and Dart
Dawn, The: an occasional sketch of the progress of the work of the British,
Continental and General Federation for the Abolition of State Regulation of Vice
Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine, etc.
…continued as Illustrated Household Journal and Englishwoman's Domestic
Magazine, The
Englishwoman's Review, The: a journal of woman's work
…continued as Englishwoman's Review of Social and Industrial Questions
Every Boy's Magazine
…continued as Routledge’s Magazine for Boys
…continued as Young Gentleman’s Magazine, etc., The
…continued as Every Boy's Magazine
Fancy, The: or, true Sportsman's Guide
Father William's Stories
…continued as Children's Treasury, The
…continued as Our Darlings
Figaro in London
Fishing Gazette, The
Follet, Le
Friendly Companion and Illustrated Instructor, The
Fun
Funny Folks; a weekly budget of funny pictures, funny notes, funny jokes, and
funny stories
Girls' Own Paper, The
Golf
…continued as Golf Illustrated
Good Words for the Young
…continued as Good Things for the Young of all Ages
Halfpenny Marvel Library
…continued as Halfpenny Marvel
…continued as Marvel, The
Hearth and Home
Horse and Hound
Illustrated Chips
John Bull
Journal of the Women's Education Union
Judy, or the London Serio-Comic Journal
12
1824-1900
1824-44
1845-1900
1892-1900
Oct-Dec
1837
1837-39
1839-44
1891-1900
1876-81
1881-96
1896-1900
1888-96
1852-79
1880-81
1866-69
1870-1900
1862-64
1865-68
1869-73
1874-89
1821-26
1866-67
1868-81
1881-1900
1832-39
1877-1900
1846-1900
1857-58,
60-65 & 751861-1900
Dec 1874Apr 1894
1880-1900
1890-99
1899-1900
1868-72
1872-77
1893
1893-98
1898-1900
1891-1900
1884-1900
Jul 18901900
1820-92
1873-81
1867-1900
Juvenile Companion and Sunday School Hive, The
…continued as Sunday School Hive and Juvenile Companion, The
Kate Greenaway's Almanack
Kind Words for Boys and Girls
…continued as Young England etc
Ladies' Cabinet of Fashion, Music and Romance, The
Ladies' Fashionable Repository, The
…continued as Raw’s Ladies Fashionable Repository
…continued as Pawsey's Ladies Fashionable Repository
Ladies' Treasury, The. An illustrated magazine of entertaining literature
Lady's Monthly Museum, The; or, polite repository of amusement and instruction
being; an assemblage of whatever can tend to please the fancy interest of the
mind or exalt the character of the British Fair
…continued as Ladies Monthly Museum, &c
…continued as Ladies Museum, &c
Lady's Newspaper & Pictorial Times, The
Licensed Victuallers' Mirror, The
…continued as Sporting and Dramatic Mirror, The
…continued as Sporting Mirror, The
Little Folks; the magazine for boys and girls; a magazine for the young
Little Wide-Awake. A story book for little children
Merry and Wise. A magazine for young people
…continued as Old Merry's Monthly
Monthly Packet of Evening Readings for Younger Members of the English Church,
The
Moonshine
Myra's Journal of Dress and Fashion
Our Little Dots. Pretty pictures and stories for little girls and boys
Our Young Folk's Weekly Budget
…continued as Young Folk's Weekly Budget
…continued as Young Folk's Budget, The
…continued as Young Folks
…continued as Young Folks Paper
…continued as Old and Young
…continued as Folks-at-Home, The
Owl, The; a journal of wit and wisdom [Birmingham]
Passing Events
Penny Satirist, The
…continued as London Pioneer, a journal of progression in science, literature &c,
The
Peter Parley's Annual: a Christmas and New Year's present for young people
Pick-Me-Up
Picture Politics (issued by Westminster Gazette & Budget)
Pierce Egan's Book of Sports, and Mirror of Life: embracing the turf, the chase, the
ring, and the stage, etc.
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1845-71
1872?-91
1882-1900
1866-79
1880-1900
1832-70
1809-?
1829-34
1837-1900
1858-95
1800-1816
1817-28
1829-32
1847-63
1888-92
2 May 1892
1892-1900
1871-1900
1875-93
1865-71
Jan-Dec
1872
1851-99
1879-1900
1875-1900
1887-1900
1871-76
1876-79
Mar-Jun
1879
1879-84
1884-91
1891-96
1896-97
Jan 18791900
Jan-Mar
1873
1837-46
1846-48
1840-92
Oct 18881900
Mar 18941900
1832
…continued as Pierce Egan's Book of Sports, and Mirror of Life, etc.
Pierce Egan's Weekly Courier, to the Sporting, Theatrical, Literary, and
Fashionable World
Punch, or the London Charivari
Racing Illustrated
…continued as Country Life Illustrated (Country Life)
Racing Times, The
Routledge's Every Girls Annual
St. Nicholas Scribner’s illustrated magazine for girls and boys
Satirist, The; or Censor of the Times
Shield, The; the Anti-Contagious Diseases Acts Association's weekly circular
Sporting Gazette, The
…continued as Sporting Gazette and Agricultural Journal, The
…continued as County Gentleman, Sporting Gazette and Agricultural Journal, The
Sporting Times, The
Sportsman's Annual, The
Storm-Bell, The
Tiny Tots (Tiny Tots Annual). A magazine for very little folks
Tomahawk, The: a Saturday journal of satire
Union Jack, The. Tales for British Boys
Walter’s Theatrical and Sporting Directory and Book of Reference
Woman at Home, The; Annie S. Swan's magazine
Woman's Advocate
Women and Work; a weekly industrial, educational, and household register for
women
Women's Penny Paper
…continued as Women's Herald
…continued as Woman's Signal
Women's Union Journal, The; organ of the Women's Protective and Provident
Association
…continued as Quarterly Report and Review
…continued as Women's Trade Union Review
World of Fashion and Continental Feuilletons, The
…continued as Ladies Monthly Magazine, The. The World of Fashion
…continued as Monde Élégant, Le; or the World of Fashion
1836 &
1847
Jan-Apr
1829
1841-1900
1895-96
1897-1900
1851-68
1878-88
1873-84
1831-49
1870-1900
1862-78
Jan-Dec
1879
1880-1900
1865-1900
1836
1898-1900
1899-1900
1867-70
1880-83
1884-93
1893-1900
1874
1874-76
1888-90
1891-93
1894-99
1876-90
Apr 1891
1891-1900
1824-51
1852-79
1880-91
Note to this Schedule 1

For the avoidance of doubt, the material supplied as part of the Licensed Work only
includes the pages and /or editions held by the Publisher at the time of scanning.
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