John Bew (1743 - April 12, 1793) was a bookseller, stationer, printer, and publisher active in London in the second half of the 18th century. Bew's offices were at 28-29 Paternoster Row, London. He published The Political Magazine and Parliamentary, Naval, Military and Literary Journal, a journal for the educated Tory elite, from 1780 to March 1785 - afterwards it was sold to John Murray (1745 - 1793). The richly illustrated journal often included supplementary maps engraved by John Lodge. Bew filed for bankruptcy on November 17, 1790. He died shortly thereafter in 1793. After his death, his son, John Bew II (1768 - ????), took over what remained of the business, partnered with Stack as 'Bew and Stack'.

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