English Literary Periodicals

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This index contains the titles of periodicals mentioned in the foregoing pages, names of authors, editors, and contributors, and the names of the more important writers, like Dryden or Wordsworth, who wrote little or nothing for serial publication. Titles of English periodicals are followed by the dates of initial publication. If the title used in the body of this work is not the original title, the latter is given below in parentheses.
Abercrombie, Lascelles, 372
Abercromby, Alexander, 134, 136
Aberdeen Magazine, 1761, 171
Aberdeen Magazine, Literary Chronicle and Review, 1788, 186
Academy, 1869, 109, 159, 306, 355-7
Ackermann, Rudolph, 368
Acta eruditorum, 1692, 23, 40
Adam, H. Pearl, 308
Adcock, Arthur St. John, 306
Addington, Henry, 190
Addison, Joseph, 13, 15, 19, 32, 58n., 61, 68, 73, 74-83, 85, 87, 91, 96, 117, 119, 120, 143, 161, 178, 228
Adventurer, 1752, 125-8
Age, 1819, 229
Agutter, William, 138
Aikin, Arthur, 221, 239, 272
Aikin, Dr. John, 142, 188, 210n., 239, 272
Aikin, Lucy, 239
Ainsworth, William Francis, 286, 299
Ainsworth, William Harrison, 286, 294, 295, 299
Ainsworth's Magazine, 1842, 299
Aird, Thomas, 385
Aitken, G. A., 94
Akenside, Mark, 112, 153n., 166, 288
All the Year Around, 1859, 296-8, 305
Allen, Edmund, 173, 174n.
Allen, Grant, 261, 265, 304, 306
Allen, John, 233n.
Allen, Percy, 357
Allingham, William, 290, 297, 329
Alston Miscellany, 1799, 374
Amhurst, Nicholas, 103
Analytical Review, 1758, 189n., 195, 219, 220-2
Anderson, James, 186
Anderson, Dr. Robert, 185
Annual Anthology, 1799, 190-1
Annual Register, 1759, 189n., 190-1
Annual Review, 1803, 221, 239, 272
Annuals, 368, 369n.
Anstey, F., 306
Anti-Jacobin; or Weekly Examiner, 1797, 117, 137n., 189-90, 223, 229, 359
Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine, or Monthly Political and Literary Censor, 1798, 219, 223-4, 230
Anti-Theatre, 1720, 103-3n.
Apollodorus of Athens, 39n., 205n.
Applebee's Journal, 1720 (see Original Weekly Journal), 19
Appleton, Charles E. C. B., 335
Arbroath Magazine, 1799, 190n., 374
Arbuthnot, John, 47
Archer, William, 262, 264, 265, 267, 306, 338, 358n.
Armstrong, Martin, 331
Arnall, William, 109
Arnold, Sir Edwin, 265
Arnold, F., 315
Arnold, Matthew, 15, 247, 261, 263, 303, 336
Arnold, Thomas, 257
Art and Poetry, 1850 (see Germ).
Ascher, Isadore G., 371
Aspland, Robert, 272
Asplin, Rev. William, 80
Athenaeum, 1807, 210n., 272
Athenaeum, 1828, 160, 280, 306, 317- 20, 352
Athenian Gazette, 1691 (see Athenian Mercury).
Athenian Mercury, 1891 (Athenian Gazette), 30, 32-37, 38, 46, 57, 60, 66, 67, 68, 227, 327
Athenian News; or, Dunton's Oracle, 1710, 47
Atkins, J. B., 324

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