JO’URNAL. n.s. [journal, French; giornale, Italian.]
I. A diary; an account kept of daily transactions.
Edward kept a most judicious journal of all the principal
passages of the affairs of his estate. Hayward on Edw. VI.
Time has destroyed two noble journals of the navigation of
Hanno and of Hamilcar. Arbuthnot on Coins.
2. Any paper published daily.