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Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine. v Aug-Dec. By the s Blackwoods and its magazine appeared out-of-date and failed to attract a younger generation of writers and readers. It was an achievement that the magazine survived until Blackwood retired from the editorship in , being the last member of his family to edit the magazine which bore his s/wars: World War II, Battle of Britain. Thomas' shop operated as a silk merchant. William Blackwood died in and is buried in an ornate vault in the lower western section of Old Calton Cemetery. He was succeeded by his two sons, Alexander and Robert, who added a London branch to the firm.
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