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New-York Mirror (1823–60)

Smoke and Mirrors: The Politics and Culture of Air Pollution. Edited by E. Melanie DuPuis. New York: New York University Press, 2004. viii + 360 pp. Notes, references, index. $65 hard cover, $22 paper

E. Melanie DuPuis, editor. Smoke and Mirrors: The Politics and Culture of Air Pollution. New York: New York University Press. 2004. Pp. viii, 360. Cloth, $65.00, paper $22.00

Arabian Mirrors and Western Soothsayers: Nineteenth-Century Literary Approaches to Arab-Islamic History.
 Muhammed A. al-Daʾmi (New York: Peter Lang, 2002), 235 pp. Price HB €59.90 ISBN 0–820–46126–1

MAXWELL, (Ian) Robert (1923 - 1991), Chairman, Mirror Group Newspapers Ltd (publisher of Daily Mirror, Daily Record, Sunday Mail, Sunday Mirror, The People, Sporting Life, Sporting Life Weekender, since 1984); Publisher and Editor in Chief, The European, since 1990; Founder and Publisher, Pergamon Press, Oxford, New York and Paris, 1949–91; Publisher: Magyar Hirlap; Moscow News (English edition), since 1988; Chairman and Chief Executive: Maxwell Communication Corporation plc (formerly The British Printing & Communication Corporation plc), since 1981; Macmillan Inc., since 1988; Chairman: Mirror Colour Print Ltd (formerly British Newspaper Printing Corporation plc), since 1983; British Cable Services Ltd (Rediffusion Cablevision), since 1984; Pergamon Media Trust plc, since 1986; Maxwell Pergamon Publishing Corporation plc (formerly Pergamon BPCC Publishing Corporation plc), since 1986; MTV Europe, since 1987; Maxwell Communication Corporation Inc., NY, since 1987; Macmillan Foundation, since 1988; Pergamon AGB plc (formerly Hollis plc), since 1988 (Director, since 1982); Maxwell Macmillan Pergamon International Publishing; Berlitz International Inc., since 1988; Scitex Corporation Ltd, Israel, since 1988; Thomas Cook Travel Inc., since 1989; Official Airline Guides Inc., since 1989; President, State of Israel Bonds (UK), since 1988


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weekly newspaper devoted to literature, art, and society, founded by Samuel Woodworth and others. G.P. Morris became editor (1824) and in 1831 N.P. Willis became an associate editor, when ...

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