The Conservative Press in Eighteenth-And Nineteenth-Century America

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THE CONSERVATIVE
PRESS IN EIGHTEENTH-
AND NINETEENTH-
CENTURY AMERICA

Edited by
Ronald Lora and William Henry Longton

Historical Guides to the World's Periodicals and Newspapers

Greenwood Press
Westport, Connecticut • London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One POLITICAL JOURNALS 1796-1870 19
  • Porcupine's Political Censor 1796-1797 23
  • Port Folio 1801-1827 33
  • American Review of History and Politics 1811 51
  • Niles' Register 1811-1849 57
  • The American Whig Review 1845-1852 63
  • Old Guard 1862-1870 73
  • Part Two LITERARY-CULTURAL JOURNALS 1787-1863 81
  • American Magazine 1787-1788 85
  • Massachusetts Magazine 1789-1796 95
  • Farmer's Weekly Museum 1793-1810 103
  • Columbian Phenix and Boston Review 1800 113
  • Monthly Anthology and Boston Review 1803-1811 119
  • New-England Magazine 1831-1835 129
  • Vanity Fair 1859-1863 139
  • Part Three SOUTHERN REVIEWS 1828-1880 147
  • Southern Review 1828-1832 151
  • Southern Literary Messenger 1834-1864 159
  • Magnolia 1840-1843 167
  • Southern Quarterly Review 1842-1857 183
  • Southern and Western Monthly Magazine and Review 1845 191
  • Debow's Review 1846-1880 201
  • Russell's Magazine 1857-1860 211
  • Plantation 1860 219
  • Countryman 1862-1866 227
  • Scott's Monthly Magazine 1865-1869 237
  • Notes 244
  • Land We Love 1866-1879 247
  • Southern Review 1867-1879 255
  • Notes 265
  • Southern Magazine 1868-1875 267
  • Notes 273
  • Part Four NINETEENTH-CENTURY ORTHODOX PROTESTANT REVIEWS 283
  • Princeton Review 1825-1877 287
  • Literary and Theological Review 1834-1839 297
  • Notes 302
  • Southern Presbyterian Review 1847-1885 303
  • Theological and Literary Journal 1848-1861 313
  • Danville Quarterly Review 1861-1864 321
  • Gospel Advocate 1855- 329
  • Baptist Quarterly Review 1879-1892 339
  • Part Five 345
  • Catholic and Episcopal Journals 345
  • New York Review 1837-1842 349
  • Brownson's Quarterly Review 1844-1875 357
  • Catholic World 1865-1996 369
  • American Catholic Quarterly Review 1876-1924 379
  • Index 389
  • About the Contributors 399
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