English Literary Periodicals

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
No comprehensive treatment of English literary periodicals, as distinguished from newspapers, has heretofore existed; a fact which furnishes the chief reason for the present study. Much information may be found, however, in the following books and articles.
Agnew D. C. A., Protestant Exiles from France, Edinburgh 1871, 2 vols.
Aitken Geo. A., Life of Richard Steele, London 1899, 2 vols.
Allnutt W. H., "English Provincial Presses", Part III," Bibliographica, II ( 1896), 276-308.
Ames J. G., English Literary Periodicals of Morals and Manners, Mt. Vernon, Ohio 1904.
Andrews A., A History of British Journalism, London 1859, 2 vols.
Anonymous, "Essay on the Causes of the Declining Popularity of the British Essayists," Constable Edinburgh Magazine, March 1819.
Anonymous, The Battle of the Reviews, 1760 (Pamphlet).
Anonymous, "The Centenary of the 'Quarterly Review'", Quarterly Review, CCX ( April 1909), 731-784, and CCXI ( July 1909), 279-324.
Anonymous, "The Edinburgh Review (1802-1902)", Edinburgh Review, CXLV ( July 1902), 275-318.
Arber Edward (Ed.), The Term Catalogue, London 1903- 1906, 3 vols.
Arnot Hugo, History of Edinburgh, Edinburgh 1779.
Bain, Alexander, James Mill, A Biography, London 1882.
Baldwin E. C., "The Relation of the Seventeenth Century Character to the Periodical Essay," Pub. Mod. Lang. Assoc., XIX ( 1904), 75-114.
Baldwin E. C., "La Bruyère's Influence upon Addison," Pub. Mod. Lang. Assoc., XIX ( 1904), 479-495.
Barham R. H., Life and Remains of Theodore Hook, London 1848.
Barwick G. F., "Some Magazines of the Eighteenth Century," Trans. of the Bibliographical Society, X ( 1908-9), 109-40.
Bateson F. W., "The Errata in the Tatler," Review of English Studies, V ( April 1929), 155-166.

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