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Magazines

1800s
  • Weekly Dispatch (1801–1928, continued as Sunday Dispatch). Weekly. Christian Observer (1802–1874).
  • The Guardian of Education (1802–1806)
  • The Edinburgh Review (1802–1900). Quarterly.
  • The Monthly Register and encyclopedian magazine (1802–1803).
  • Political Register (1802–1835). Weekly. Edited by William Cobbett
  • Annual Review and History of Literature (1803–1809). Annual. Founded by Arthur Aikin; edited by Aikin (volumes 1-6) and Thomas Rees (volume 7).
  • The Anti-Gallican: or Standard of British loyalty, religion and liberty (1804).
  • The Eclectic Review (1805–1868). Monthly
  • Youth's Magazine (1805–1867).
  • La Belle Assemblée (1806–1832, continued as Court Magazine 1832–48). Established by John Bell.
  • Le Beau Monde (1806–1810). Published by John Browne Bell.
  • General Review of British and Foreign Literature (1806). Published by William Nicholson.
  • The Monthly Repository (1806–1838). Monthly.
  • The Athenaeum: a magazine of literary and miscellaneous information (1807–1809). Edited by John Aikin.
  • The Cabinet (1807–1809).
  • The Director: a weekly literary journal (1807).
  • The Irish magazine, and monthly asylum for neglected biography (1807–1815).
  • The Edinburgh Annual Register (1808–1826). Founded by Walter Scott.
  • The Examiner (1808–1886). Weekly.
  • The Tradesman; or, Commercial magazine (1808–1812).
  • Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine (1809–).
  • The New Musical Magazine, Review, and Register (1809–10). Monthly.
  • Quarterly Review (1809–1967). Quarterly.
  • Ladies' Fashionable Repository (1809–1829?; continues 1829–34 as Raw's Ladies
  • Fashionable Repository; 1837–1905 Pawsey's Ladies Fashionable Repository). Annually.
  • Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics (1809–1829). Established by Rudolph Ackermann.

1810s
  • Hibernia Magazine, and Dublin monthly panorama (1810–1811)
  • Monthly Panorama (1810).
  • The Reflector: a quarterly magazine, on subjects of philosophy, politics, and the liberal arts (1810–1811). 
  • British Review (1811–1825). Quarterly. Founded by John Weylund; edited by Weylund (for 1 or 2 numbers), then by William Roberts (until 1822). Published by John Hatchard.
  • Cheap Magazine (1813–1815). Monthly, 4d.
  • Monthly Museum; or, Dublin literary repertory of arts, science, literature and miscellaneous information (1813–1814).
  • Champion (1814–1822). Edited by John Scott. Lady's Monthly Museum; Or, Polite Repository of Amusement and Instruction (1814–1830).
  • The New Monthly Magazine (1814–1884). Quarterly.
  • Augustan Review (1815–1816). Monthly.
  • British Lady's Magazine (1815–1818). Monthly. Published by John Souter.
  • Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette (1816–; became the Gazette and Herald in 1956). Weekly. The Black Dwarf (1817–1824)
  • Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1817–1980). Monthly.
  • The Ǣgis; or, Independent weekly expositor (July–September 1818). Weekly
  • The Kaleidoscope; or, Literary and Scientific Mirror. Weekly. Published at Liverpool by Egerton Smith. (1818–1831).
  • The Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences, Etc. (1818–1836). Weekly.
  • The Quarterly Musical Magazine and Review (1818–1828).
  • Christian Remembrancer (1819–1868). Monthly 1819–44, quarterly 1844–68.
  • Edinburgh Monthly Review (1819–1821).
  • The English Musical Gazette; or, Monthly Intelligencer (1819). Monthly.
  • Imperial Magazine (1819–1834). Edited by Samuel Drew.
  • Indicator (1819–1821). Weekly. Published by Joseph Appleyard. Edited by Leigh Hunt.

1820s
  • John Bull (1820–). Weekly. 
  • Y Cymmrodor (1821–1951).
  • Album (1822–1825). Quarterly. Edited by Francis St. Leger.
  • Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle (1822–1886) 
  • The Fancy (1822–26) 
  • Glasgow Medical Journal (1822–1956)
  • The London Magazine (1822–1829)
  • Mirror of Literature (1822–1847)
  • Sportsman's Annual (1822?–1870). Annually.
  • The Harmonicon (1823–1833). Monthly.
  • The Lancet (1823–)
  • The Portfolio (1823–25)
  • Mirror of Literature, Amusement and Instruction (1823–41)
  • The Westminster Review (1824–1914). Quarterly and then monthly.
  • The Children's Friend (1824–). Monthly.
  • Child's Companion (1824–). Monthly.
  • Staffordshire Mercury (1824–1848). Weekly
  • The World of Fashion and Continental Feuilletons (1824–1851; continued 1852–79 as The Ladies Monthly Magazine and World of Fashion; 1880–1891 as Monde Élegant; or the World of Fashion). Monthly.
  • The Age (1825–1843; continues 1843–45 as The Age and Argus, 1845–46 as The English Gentleman). Weekly. 
  • The Anti-Slavery Reporter (1825–?)
  • Birmingham Journal (1825–1869). Weekly.
  • The Foreign Quarterly Review (1827–1846). Quarterly.
  • The Keepsake (1827–1857). Annually.
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (1827–)
  • Athenaeum (1828–1921)
  • Church of England Newspaper (1828–)
  • The Spectator (1828–)
  • The London Review (1829)
  • Pierce Egan's Book of Sports, and Mirror of Life (1829–1836).

1830s
  • Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1830–1882). Monthly.
  • Comic Annual (1830–1839, 1842) 
  • Figaro in London (1831–1839). Weekly.
  • Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London (1831–1880)
  • The Metropolitan Magazine (1831–1850)
  • The Poor Man's Guardian (1831–1835). Weekly.
  • Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times (1831–1849). Weekly.
  • Chambers's Edinburgh Journal (1832–1956; renamed Chambers's Journal of Popular Literature, Science, and Arts in 1854, and Chambers's Journal in 1897)
  • Dublin Journal of Medical & Chemical Science (1832–1925; renamed Dublin Journal of Medical Science, and Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science from 1846 to 1871)
  • Hereford Times (1832–). Weekly. 7d.
  • The Journal (1832–). Weekly
  • Ladies' Cabinet of Fashion, Music and Romance (1832–1870). Monthly. 
  • The Penny Magazine (1832–1845). Weekly
  • The Saturday Magazine (1832–1844). Weekly
  • Tait's Edinburgh Magazine (1832–1855) 
  • The Cheltenham Looker-On (1833–1920)
  • The Dublin University Magazine (1833–1877) 
  • The British and Foreign Review; or, European Quarterly Journal (1835–1844). Quarterly.
  • The Gospel Standard (1835–). Monthly
  • The London Review (1835–1836)
  • The Mining Journal (1835–)
  • The London and Westminster Review (1836–1840) 
  • The Musical World (1836–1891). Weekly.
  • The Dublin Review (1836–1900). Quarterly, then monthly.
  • Bentley's Miscellany (1837–1868). Monthly.
  • Cleave's Penny Gazette (1837–44). Weekly.
  • Justice of the Peace (1837–). Weekly.
  • Northern Liberator (1837–1840). Weekly.
  • Northern Star (1837–52). Weekly. 
  • Penny Satirist (1837–1846; continues 1846 as Penny Satirist and London Pioneer; 1846–48 as London Pioneer; 1848 as Literary Pioneer). Weekly.
  • Publishers' Circular (1837–1959). 
  • The Era (1838–1939). Weekly
  • Journal of the Statistical Society of London (1838–86, continued as Journal of the Royal Statistical Society)
  • The Monthly Chronicle: A National Journal of Politics, Literature, Science, and Art (1838–1841). Monthly.
  • The Art Union Monthly Journal, soon renamed The Art Journal (1839–1912). Monthly

1840s
  • Millennial Star (1840–1970). Monthly
  • The Musical Journal (1840). Weekly.
  • Peter Parley's Annual (1840–1892). Annually. 
  • Provincial Medical and Surgical Journal, later became British Medical Journal (1840–)
  • Annals and Magazine of Natural History (1841-), later became Journal of Natural History
  • The Gardeners' Chronicle (1841–)
  • The Jewish Chronicle (1841–). Weekly
  • Punch (1841–1992). Weekly. 
  • Ainsworth's Magazine: A Miscellany of Romance, General Literature, & Art (1842–1854)
  • The Friend (1842–). Weekly.
  • Illustrated London News (1842–). Weekly. 6d.
  • Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (1842–). Weekly.
  • The Musical Examiner (1842–44). Weekly. 
  • The Builder (1843–). Weekly.
  • The Economist (1843–). Weekly.
  • Family Friend (1842–). Weekly
  • The Family Herald: A Domestic Magazine of Useful Information & Amusement (1843–1940). Weekly.
  • News of the World (1843–2011). Weekly. 3d.
  • Pictorial Times (1843–48). Weekly.
  • The Zoologist (1843–). Monthly.
  • Archaeological Journal (1844-). Quarterly (annually after 1927)
  • The Musical Times (1844–). Monthly.
  • The North British Review (1844–1871). Quarterly. 
  • Preston Guardian (1844–; renamed Farmers Guardian in 1958)
  • The Prospective Review: A Quarterly Journal of Theology and Literature (1845–1855). Quarterly.
  • The British Quarterly Review (1845–1886). Quarterly.
  • Hood's Magazine and Comic Miscellany (1845–49). Monthly.
  • The London Journal (1845–1906). Weekly.
  • Norfolk News (1845–). Weekly
  • Sharpe's London Journal (1845–1870). Weekly 1845–47, monthly 1848–70.
  • British Mothers' Magazine (1845–64). Monthly.
  • Juvenile Companion, and Sunday-School Hive (1845–1891). Monthly.
  • Archaeologia Cambrensis (1846–1999). Annually.
  • Le Follet (1846–). Monthly.
  • The Guardian [Anglican newspaper] (1846–1951). Weekly.
  • Prophwyd y Jubili (1846–1848). Monthly
  • Lady's Newspaper and Pictorial Times (1847–1863). Weekly.
  • The Rambler (1848–1862). Weekly (Jan–Aug 1848), then monthly (until Feb 1589), then bimonthly (until 1862).
  • Red Republican (1848–1850). Weekly
  • Eliza Cook's Journal (1849–1853). Weekly.
  • Notes and Queries (1849–). Weekly.
  • Spirit of Freedom, and Working Man's Vindicator (1849–1850)

1850s

  • The Germ (1850–1850). Monthly
  • Harper's New Monthly Magazine (1850–). Monthly.
  • Household Words (1850–1859). Weekly.
  • The Leader (1850–60). Weekly.
  • Reynold's News (1850–). Weekly
  • Monthly Packet of Evening Readings for Younger Members of the English Church (1851–1899). Monthly. 
  • Racing Times (1851–1868). Weekly. 
  • The Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine (1852–1874; 1877; 1880–1890). Monthly. Craven Herald (1853–). Monthly; later weekly.
  • The Field (1853–)
  • The London Quarterly Review (1853–1900). Quarterly.
  • Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science (1853–1965; from 1966 the Journal of Cell Science)
  • Alnwick Mercury (1854–; renamed Alnwick and County Gazette in 1883, Northumberland and Alnwick Gazette in 1943, and Northumberland Gazette in 1947)
  • Morpeth Herald (1854–). Monthly; weekly from 1858.
  • The National Review (1855–1864). Quarterly.
  • The Orcadian (1854–). Monthly, then weekly.
  • Swindon Advertiser and Monthly Record (1854–) Monthly, 1d.; from 1855 weekly; from 1898 daily.
  • Illustrated Times (1855–1872). Weekly.
  • Boy's Own Magazine (1855–74) 
  • Derbyshire Times (1855–). Weekly.
  • The Harrow Monthly Gazette and General Advertiser (1855–). 2d.
  • Local Government Chronicle (1855–)
  • Military Chronicle and Naval Spectator (1855–; later Rochester, Chatham and Gillingham News). Weekly.
  • The Saturday Review of politics, literature, science, and art (1855–1938). Weekly. The Weekly News (1855–). Weekly.
  • The Oxford and Cambridge Magazine (1856)
  • The Engineer (1856–)
  • The Atlantic Monthly (1857–1915). Monthly.
  • Friendly Companion and Illustrated Instructor (1857–). Monthly. 
  • Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (1857–)
  • The Atlantis (1858–1860, 1862–1863, 1870) 
  • The Bookseller (1858–)
  • English Women's Journal (1858–1864). Monthly.
  • Estates Gazette (1858–)
  • Ladies' Treasury: An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Literature (1857–1895). Monthly. 
  • All the Year Round (1859–1895). Weekly.
  • Bentley's Quarterly Review (1859–1860). Quarterly. 
  • Chemist and Druggist (1859–)
  • The Eagle (1859=)
  • Macmillan's Magazine (1859–1907). Monthly.
  • Sporting Life (1859–1998). Weekly, then daily after 1883.
  • Transactions of the South Wales Institute of Engineers (1859–).

1860s

  • The Cornhill Magazine (1860–1975). Monthly.
  • Investors Chronicle (1860–)
  • Temple Bar: A London Magazine for Town and Country Readers (1860–1900) 
  • Baily's Monthly Magazine of Sports and Pastimes (1860–1926). Monthly.
  • The Bee-Hive (1861–1878). Weekly.
  • Fun (1861–1901). Weekly. 
  • Penny Illustrated Paper (1861–1913). Weekly.
  • The Queen (1861–)
  • The Home and Foreign Review (1862–1864) 
  • Every Boy's Magazine (1862–1889; titled Routledge's Magazine for Boys 1865–68, and Young Gentleman's Magazine 1869–73). Monthly. 
  • The Grocer (1862–)
  • The Musical Standard (1862–1933). Semimonthly 1862–63, biweekly 1864–66 weekly 1866–. 
  • London Society (1862–1898). Monthly.
  • Sporting Gazette (1862–1878; continued 1879 as Sporting Gazette and Agricultural Journal; 1880–1903 as County Gentleman, Sporting Gazette and Agricultural Journal; 1903–05 as County Gentleman; 1905–15 as County Gentleman and Land and Water; 1916–1920 as Land and Water). Weekly.
  • Alpine Journal (1863–). Annually.
  • Church Times (1863–). Weekly.
  • The Theological Review: A Quarterly Journal of Religious Thought and Life (1864–1879). Quarterly. 
  • Alexandra Magazine (1864–1865). Monthly.
  • Entomologist's Monthly Magazine (1864–) Monthly / quarterly?
  • The Geological Magazine (1864–)
  • The Illustrated Police News (1864–1939)
  • The Month (1864–2001). Monthly.
  • The Musical Monthly and Repertoire of Literature, the Drama, and the Arts (1864–65). Monthly.
  • The Owl: a Wednesday journal of politics and society (1864–). Weekly.
  • The English Mechanic and World of Science (1865–1926). Weekly.
  • Fishing Gazette (1865–1962). Weekly. 
  • The Fortnightly Review (1865–1900). Fortnightly for a year, then monthly. 
  • Hardwicke's Science Gossip: A Monthly Medium of Interchange and Gossip for Students and Lovers of Nature (1865–1893). Monthly.
  • Merry & Wise; a magazine for young people (1865–1872). Monthly.
  • Sporting Times (1865–1931). Weekly. 
  • The Contemporary Review (1866–). Monthly.
  • The Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society (1866–)
  • Aunt Judy's Magazine (1866–1885). Monthly. 
  • Chatterbox (1866–1953) Weekly / monthly. 
  • Boys of England (1866–99, continues as Up-To-Date Boys' Journal 1899–1901, Boys of England 1901?–1906). Weekly.
  • Englishwoman's Review (1866–1910). Monthly / quarterly. 
  • Father William's Stories (1866–67, continues 1868–81 as The Children's Treasury and 1881 as Our Darlings). Monthly / weekly. 
  • Kind Words for Boys and Girls (1866–1937). Monthly / weekly. 
  • Judy; or the London serio-comic journal (1867–1907). Weekly. 
  • Reports and transactions of the Cardiff Naturalists Society (1867–1986). Annually.
  • Saint Pauls: A Monthly Magazine (1867–1874). Monthly.
  • The Tomahawk (1867–1870). Weekly.
  • Collections Historical & Archaeological relating to Montgomeryshire (1868–)
  • Good Words for the Young (1868–1877). Monthly / weekly.
  • Academy (1869–1916). Weekly. 
  • The Graphic (1869–1932). Weekly.
  • Nature (1869–). Weekly.
  • The People's Friend (1869–). Weekly.

1870s

  • The Boy's Own Paper, front page, 11 April 1891
  • Shield; the Anti-Contagious Diseases Acts Association's weekly circular (1870–1886; continues 1897–1916 as The Shield / Josephine Butler Society; 1916–1933 as The Shield; a review of moral and social hygiene). 
  • The London Figaro; (1870–1898) a literary and satirical magazine. Daily for the first 9 months, then weekly.
  • The Dark Blue (1871–1873) 
  • Little Folks; the magazine for boys and girls; a magazine for the young (1871–1933). Weekly, then monthly.
  • Our Young Folk's Weekly Budget (1871–76, continues 1876–79 as Young Folk's Weekly Budget, 1879–84 as Young Folks, 1884–91 as Young Folks, 1891–96 as Old and Young, 1896–97 as Folks-at-Home). Weekly. 
  • St. Nicholas; Scribner's illustrated magazine for girls and boys (1872–). Monthly. 
  • The New Quarterly Magazine (1873–1880). Quarterly.
  • Journal of the Women's Education Union (1873–1881). Monthly.
  • Passing Events; at home and abroad (1873). Weekly. 
  • Funny Folks (1874–); available openly and freely from the UF Digital Collections [a] The Women's Advocate (1874). Monthly. 
  • Women and Work (1874–1876). Weekly. 
  • Little Wide-Awake. A story book for little children (1874–93) [a] (Lucy Sale-Barker, editor)
  • Myra's Journal of Dress and Fashion (1875–). Monthly. 
  • The Dart (1876–1911). Weekly. 
  • Mind (1876–)
  • Women's Union Journal (1876–1890; continued 1891 as Quarterly Report and Review; 1891–1919 as Women's Trade Union Review). Monthly / quarterly.
  • The Nineteenth Century (1877–1900). Monthly.
  • The Observatory (1877–)
  • The University Magazine (1878–1880) 
  • Routledge's Every Girl's Annual (1878–1886?; continues 1887–1888 as Every Girl's Annual). Annually.
  • Moonshine (1879–1902). Weekly.
  • Boy's Own Paper (1879–1967). Weekly.
  • Owl; a journal of wit and wisdom (1879–). Weekly.

1880s

  • The Amateur Photographer, Vol 1, No 1, 10 Oct 1884, front cover.
  • The Modern Review: A Quarterly Magazine (1880–1884)
  • The Union Jack; a magazine of healthy, stirring tales of adventure by land or sea (1880–1883). Weekly. 
  • Girl's Own Paper (1880–1956). Weekly, then monthly.
  • Young England magazine (1880–1937). Weekly, then monthly, then annually.
  • British Chess Magazine (1881–). Monthly.
  • Tit-Bits (1881–). Weekly.
  • Kate Greenaway's Almanack (1882–) 
  • Longman's Magazine (1882–1900). Monthly.
  • The Scottish Review (1882–1900) 
  • Surveyor (1882–). Weekly.
  • Wildfowler's Shooting Times and Kennel News, later Shooting Times (1882–)
  • The National Review (London) (1883–). 
  • British Women's Temperance Journal (1883–92; 1892 continues as Wings) 
  • Ally Sloper's Half Holiday (1884–). Weekly. 
  • (The) Amateur Photographer (1884–). Weekly, 2d.
  • Amateur Gardening (1884–)
  • The Century Guild Hobby Horse (1884–1892, continued 1893-4 as The Hobby Horse). Quarterly.
  • Horse & Hound (1884–). Weekly. 
  • Justice (1884–1925). Weekly.
  • Walter's Theatrical and Sporting Directory and Book of Reference (1884–1893). Annually.
  • Arbeyter Fraynd (1885–1914)
  • Commonweal (1885–1894). Monthly, then weekly.
  • The Quarterly Musical Review (1885–88). Quarterly. 
  • Freedom (1886–)
  • Atalanta (1887–98). Monthly. 
  • Murray's Magazine. (1887–1891). Monthly. Our Little Dots. Pretty pictures and stories for little girls and boys (1887–). Monthly. 
  • Lucifer (1887–1897)
  • The Dawn (1888–1896). Quarterly. 
  • Licensed Victuallers' Mirror (1888–92, continues 1892– as Sporting Mirror). Weekly. 
  • Pick-Me-Up (1888–1909). Weekly.
  • The Women's Penny Paper (1888–1890; continued 1891–1899 as The Women's Herald). Weekly.
  • Boys' Brigade Gazette (1889–). Quarterly.
  • The Dial (1889–1897), founded by Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon
  • The New Review (1889–1897)  at Google books
  • English edition of Puck (1889–90)

1890s

  • Bound volume of The Strand Magazine for Jan–June 1894
  • Review of Reviews (1890–1953). Monthly. 
  • Golf (1890–1899, continues 1899– as Golf Illustrated) 
  • Illustrated Chips (1890–) Weekly 
  • The Bookman (1891–1934). Monthly.
  • Cycling (1891–; briefly in the 1890s Cycling and Moting). Weekly 
  • The Strand Magazine (1891–1950)
  • Chums (1892–) 
  • Hearth and Home (1892–) 
  • The Idler (1892–1911). Monthly.
  • Isis (1892–). Weekly.
  • Bright Eyes: an annual for young folk (1893–) 
  • Halfpenny Marvel (1893–98, continues 1898– as The Marvel)
  • The New Quarterly Review (1893–96). Quarterly. 
  • Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion / Trafodion Anrhydedd
  • Gymdeithas y Cymmrodorion (1893–)
  • The Woman at Home (1893–1920; continued 1920–21 as The Home Magazine; 1922 as The Ladies Home Magazine; 1922–31 as The Home Magazine and the Ladies Field). Monthly / weekly.
  • The New Age (1894–1922?)
  • Picture Politics (1894–1914). Monthly.
  • Tiny Tots; an annual for very little people (1894–1940). Monthly / fortnightly / annually.
  • The Yellow Book (1894–1897). Quarterly.
  • Union Jack (1894–1933). Weekly. (re-named Detective Weekly in 1933, this continued until 1940 but was cancelled due to paper rationing)
  • The Autocar (1895–)
  • Racing Illustrated (1895–1896).
  • The Savoy (1896).
  • The Pageant (1896–1897), edited by Charles Shannon and Gleeson White
  • Big Budget (1897–1909)
  • Country Life (1897–)
  • The Dome (1897–1900). Quarterly, then monthly.
  • The Railway Magazine (1897–). Monthly.
  • Dos Fraye Vort (1898)
  • Model Engineer Magazine (1898–)
  • The Storm-Bell (1898–1900). Monthly.
  • The Anglo-Saxon Review (1899–1901). Quarterly.
  • The Captain (1899–1924) [a]

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