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The Ladies Mercury , printed in London, was a subsequent spin-off from the monthly lady's topics of the Athenian Mercury. It printed an advice column starting 27 February The Ladies Mercury was a weekly publication promising to respond to "all the most nice and curious questions concerning love, marriage, behaviour, dress and humour of the female sex, whether virgins, wives, or widows. The Ladies Mercury filled a single sheet printed on both sides.


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It was only published for four weeks, starting on 27 February and ending on 17 March Other publications designed specifically for women only followed soon after, without much more success: the Female Tatler was a spin-off from the Tatler , and The Female Spectator by Eliza Haywood , was a short-lived monthly publication in answer to The Spectator. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The entire magazine, filling both sides of a single sheet, was devoted to the advice column, which offered expert replies to questions submitted by readers on the matters of love, marriage, and sex.

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