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Tīdgewrit is oftost gewrit se man swutoleþ tīdlice, which is printed or electronically published (sometimes referred to as an online magazine). Magazines are generally published on a regular schedule and contain a variety of content. Swylce gewrites earnung is of ceapiwunge, fram his agnum cēap, be foreagolden underwritenda geld, or þrēora combination.

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Sēo ǣrroste bysen of tīdgewrit wæs gewrit on Germanie be naman Erbauliche Monaths Unterredungen (se is 'Ontmbrende Monaþlice Mæðelcwidas') and þes wæs tīdgewrit for scopcræfte and ūþwitigung, se man swutoleþ in 1663.[1] The Gentleman's Magazine ('Ðæs Secges Tīdgewrit') wæs ǣrreste geswutoled in 1731 in Lundne and he wæs se forma gemǣne-interest tīdgewrit.[2] Eadweard Cave adihtede Þæs Secges Tīdgewrit under his binaman "Sylvanus Urban" and he wæs se forma man þe nyttede þæt Nīwenglisce word "magazine" for his gewrit æfter the analogy of a military storehouse.[3]

In 1842, Herbert Ingram staðolde The Illustrated London News ('Sēo Biliþberendu Lunden Tīdung') and þes gewrit was se ǣrresta biliþberenda tīdgwrit.[2]

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