John Nichols, editor Gentleman's Magazine

John Nichols, editor Gentleman's Magazine

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Caption: John Nichols, 'With anger foaming and vengeance full, why belloweth John Nichols like a bull?' John Nichols (1745-1826) was the editor of 'The Gentleman's Magazine' from 1788. Image from A Benevolent Epistle to Sylvanus Urban, alias J. Nichols, not forgetting W. Hayley. A satire in verse. To which is added, an elegy to Apollo; also Sir J. Banks and the Boiled Fleas, an ode. By Peter Pindar Esquire. Originally published in London, 1790.

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