Niles, Hezekiah. Chronicles of the American Revolution. Ed. Alden T. Vaughan. (Orginally compiled by Hezekiah Niles as Principles and Acts of the Revolution in America). New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1965.
Schmidt, Philip R. Hezekiah Niles and American Economic Nationalism. New York: Arno Press, 1982.
Stone, Richard Gabriel. Hezekiah Niles as an Economist. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, series 51, no. 5. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1933.
Index to the First Twelve Volumes, 1811-17, by publisher. Series one through four indexed in Poole.
Available at numerous libraries, including complete microform editions.
The Weekly Register, 1811-August 1814; Niles' Weekly Register, September 1814-August 1837; Niles' National Register, September 1837-1849.
Weekly with semiannual volumes, September-February and March-August; 1st series, vols. 1-12, 1811-1817 (first issue, 7 September 1811); new [2nd] series, vols. 1-12 [ 13-24], 1817-1823; 3rd series, vols. 1-12 [ 25-36], 1823-1829; 4th series, vols. 1-14 [ 37-50], 1829-1836; 5th series, vols. 1-23 [ 51-73], 1836- 1848 (suspended March-June 1848); 6th series: vol. 74, 5 July 1848-27 December 1848; vol. 75, 3 January-27 June 1849; vol. 76, incomplete, suspended July- August 1849, printed 5, 12, and 19 September 1849 (last issue, 19 September 1849). Special supplements issued for nine volumes ( 1, 5, 7, 8, 15, 16, 23, 38, and 43).
Hezekiah Niles, Baltimore, 1811-August 1836; William Ogden Niles, Washington, September 1836-October 1839; Jeremiah Hughes, Baltimore, October 1839- February 1849; George Beatty, Philadelphia, July 1848-1849.
The North American Review has a rich and varied history, having gone through numerous changes and, phoenix-like, died and risen from its own ashes. It has been a bimonthly, a quarterly, a bimonthly again, a monthly, a fortnightly, and finally a quarterly. Its circulation has varied from a few hundred to a high of 76,000 in 1891 to today's 4,000. In its earlier years especially, it had an influence out of proportion with its relatively modest circulation figures.