Adburgham, Alison. Women in Print: Writing Women and Women's Magazines From the Restoration to the Accession of Victoria . London: George Allen and Unwin, 1972.
[from Adburgham page 234] The Ladies' Pocket Magazine "was one of Joseph Robin's publications, issued from Bride Court, Bridge Street. Its fashion plates, although hand-coloured, were very poor; they were supported by brief jottings called `Cursory Remarks' on English and French fashions, and a section called `The Ladies' Toilet.' The literary content of the magazine was of a higher standard than its fashion content."
The cover of my copy states it is printed in London for J. Robins by Lane, Paternoster Row.
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