Chambers's Edinburgh Journal

Author: William Chambers

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Page: 856

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History

Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 442

Author: Robert Chambers

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Category: History

Page: 68

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Robert Chambers (1802-1871) was a Scottish author and publisher and the younger brother of William Chambers of Glenormiston (1800- 1883) who was also a publisher and politician. The two brothers eventually united as partners in the publishing firm of W. & R. Chambers. In the beginning of 1832 William Chambers started a weekly publication under the title of Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, which speedily attained a large circulation. Robert was at first only a contributor. After fourteen numbers had appeared, however, he was associated with his brother as joint editor, and his collaboration contributed more perhaps than anything else to the success of the Journal.
Literary Collections

Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No 441

Author: Robert Chambers

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Category: Literary Collections

Page: 60

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Robert Chambers (1802-1871) was a Scottish author and publisher and the younger brother of William Chambers of Glenormiston (1800- 1883) who was also a publisher and politician. The two brothers eventually united as partners in the publishing firm of W. & R. Chambers. In the beginning of 1832 William Chambers started a weekly publication under the title of Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, which speedily attained a large circulation. Robert was at first only a contributor. After fourteen numbers had appeared, however, he was associated with his brother as joint editor, and his collaboration contributed more perhaps than anything else to the success of the Journal.