|1796||Feb. Monthly Magazine established, edited by John Aikin.|
|1814||Feb. New Monthly Magazine established, edited by John Watkins .|
|1817||Oct. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine established, edited by William Blackwood.|
|1819||Apr. John William Polidori's The Vampyre in the New Monthly; James Hogg's The Shepherd's Calendar in Blackwood's (thirteen instalments ending in Apr. 1828).|
|1820||Jan. London Magazine established, edited by John Scott. June. William Hazlitt's Table Talk in the London (thirteen instalments ending in Dec. 1821); John Galt's The Ayrshire Legatees in Blackwood's (eight instalments ending in Feb. 1821). Aug. Charles Lamb's Essays of Elia in the London (twenty- eight instalments ending in Nov. 1822).|
|1821||Jan. Thomas Campbell becomes editor of the New Monthly. Feb. John Scott of the London is killed in a duel after weeks of feuding between Blackwood's and the London. Sept. Thomas De Quincey's Confessions of an English Opium- Eater in the London (second instalment Oct. 1821).|
|1822||Mar. J. G. Lockhart's Noctes Ambrosianae in Blackwood's (seventy-one instalments ending in Feb. 1835; most written by John Wilson, with help from several others).|
|1824||Jan. Hazlitt's "'The Spirits of the Age'" in the New Monthly (five instalments ending in June 1824).|
Jan. Stendhal's Sketches of Parisian Society, Politics and Liter-|
ature in the New Monthly (twenty-nine instalments ending in
June. London Magazine ceases publication.|
Sept. Michael Scott's Tom Cringle's Log in Blackwood's (twenty-
three instalments ending in Aug. 1833).
Jan. William Carleton's "'Confessions of a Reformed Ribbon-|
man'" in the Dublin Literary Gazette.