The Field (magazine)

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The Field
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EditorAlexandra Henton
CategoriesField sports
FrequencyMonthly
Circulation 28,294 (ABC Jan - Dec 2013) [1]
Print and digital editions.
First issue1853
Company TI Media
Country United Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
Website thefield.co.uk

The Field is a British monthly magazine about country matters and field sports. It was started as a weekly magazine in 1853, and has remained in print since then; Robert Smith Surtees was among the founders. [2] In the nineteenth century it was known as Field: The Country Gentleman's Newspaper. [3] :55 It is published by TI Media, subsidiary of Future plc.[ citation needed ]

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Editors of The Field

Hunting and racing editors

Notes

  1. "ABC Certificates and Reports: The Field". Audit Bureau of Circulations . Retrieved 15 February 2014.
  2. A. D. Harvey (January 2003). "One hundred and fifty years of The Field magazine". History Today. 53 (1). Accessed December 2020.
  3. 1 2 Michael Worboys, Julie-Marie Strange, Neil Pemberton (2018). The Invention of the Modern Dog: Breed and Blood in Victorian Britain. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN   9781421426594.
  4. 'Fawcett, William', in Who Was Who 1941–1950 (London: A. & C. Black, 1980 reprint, ISBN   0-7136-2131-1)

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