A Magazine of Her Own? Domesticity and Desire in the Woman's Magazine, 1800-1914

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SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAGAZINES CONSULTED

This is a list of some of the titles consulted in the process of writing this book. It is not a full bibliography.

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Titles are listed in chronological order of their launch. Relaunches follow semi-colons (;)

N.S. means New Series

N.S. 2 means second New Series

I.S. means Improved Series

qv means look at the title indicated

(W) means weekly publication

(M) means monthly publication

(A) means annual publication

1770 The Lady's Magazine (M)-1832; merged with the Lady's Museum as the Lady's Magazine and Museum (M)-1837; merged with the Court Magazine and Monthly Critic as the Court Magazine and Monthly Critic and Lady's Magazine and Museum (M)-1847.

1798 The Lady's Monthly Museum (M)-1829; the Lady's Museum (M) 1829-31; N.S.-1832; merged with the Lady's Magazine qv.

1806 La Belle Assemblée (M)-1810; N.S.-1824; N.S.-1829; N.S.-1832; the Court Magazine and Belle Assemblée (M)-1836; the Court Magazine and Monthly Critic (M)-1838; merged with the Lady's Magazine and Museum as the Court Magazine and Monthly Critic and Lady's Magazine and Museum (M)-1847.

1813 The Female Preceptor (M), dedicated to Hannah More.

1832 Maids, Wives' and Widows Penny Magazine and Gazette of Fashion (W)-l 832; Maids', Wives and Widows Penny Magazine (W)-1833. The Weekly Belle Assemblée (W)-1834; the New Monthly Belle Assemblée (M)-1870.

1833 Heath's Book of Beauty (A)-1 847; the Book of Beauty or Royal Gallery (A) 1848 only.

1834 The Christian Lady's Magazine (M)-l849.

1834 The Mother's Magazine (M)-1849; N.S.-1862.

1836 The Magazine of Domestic Economy (M)-1841; the Magazine of Domestic Economy and Family Review (M) 1842-4.

1844 The Christian Mother's Miscellany (M)-1845; the Englishwoman's Magazine and Christian Mother's Miscellany (M) 1846-54; the Christian Lady's Magazine (M) 1855-7.

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