- a triweekly periodical (1709–11) written, edited, and published by Richard Steele with the collaboration of Joseph Addison.
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Examples from the Web for tatler
The Royalist is urgently contacting Russian Tatler to see this extraordinary document with our own eyes.
Important domestic advice from Maria Baibakova in “Russian Tatler”
I mean, they sell nice olives and everything and Tony Blair shops there, but surely Tatler would have loved to have her on board.James Middleton's Company Loses Cash
March 1, 2013
“Even a year ago, everyone wanted to look like Kate Moss,” says former Tatler editor Catherine Ostler.Helena Bonham Carter, Style Rebel
August 5, 2011
Tessa, a writer and contributing editor to Tatler, suffered bouts of depression and alcoholism.Patricia Neal's Family of Titans
August 11, 2010
The Tatler began in 1709 and The Spectator not long afterward.Paul and the Printing Press
Sara Ware Bassett
A sketch of his history is in the 'Tatler,' under the name of 'Orlando the Fair.'Devereux, Complete
Rawlinson was introduced into the Tatler, under the name Tom Folio.Bibliomania; or Book-Madness</p>
Thomas Frognall Dibdin
Is it true that his hand is to be found in your 'Tatler,' Mr. Steele?The History of Henry Esmond, Esq.
W. M. Thackeray
Lillie published two volumes of Contributions, of which the Tatler had made no use.The Town