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British periodicals of the 18th and 19th centuries,

Author: Daniel N Fader; George Bornstein; University Microfilms.
Publisher: Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms, 1972.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel N Fader; George Bornstein; University Microfilms.
ISBN: 0835700453 9780835700450
OCLC Number: 379552
Notes: Essays on periodicals selected from films in the publisher's British periodical series.
Description: xii, 163 p. illus. 24 cm.
Contents: The Historical register, 1714-38; The Museum, 1746-47; The Monthly ledger, 1773-75; The Bee, 1790-94.--The Reflector, 1810-11; The liberal, 1822-23; Leigh Hunt's London journal, 1834-35.--The Anti-Gallican, 1804; The Edinburgh annual register, 1808-1826; The Edinburgh monthly review, 1819-21; The monthly museum, 1813-14; The Literary lounger, 1826.--The Foreign quarterly review, 1827-47; The Foreign review, 1828-30; The British and foreign review, 1835-44.--The Imperial magazine, 1819-34; Knight's penny magazine, 1832-46; The Saturday magazine, 1832-44.--Bentley's miscellany, 1837-68; Household words, 1850-59; All the year round, 1859-95.--Fraser's magazine, 1830-82; Longman's magazine, 1882-1905; The Argosy, 1865-1901.--Bentley's quarterly review, 1859-60; Belgravia, 1866-99; Murray's magazine, 1887-91; The Anglo-Saxon review, 1899-1901.--The Gentleman's magazine, 1731-1907; The Academy and literature, 1869-1916; The Monthly chronicle of North-country lore and legend, 1887-91; Fenland notes and queries, 1889-1909.--The Germ, 1850; The Savoy, 1896; The Dome, 1897-1900.--Bibliography (p. 123-129)--Guide to the film (p. 131-150)
Responsibility: by Daniel Fader and George Bornstein.

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