Journals and Magazines by Decade, 1680-1799

This is a list of all the journal and magazine titles on microform in Special Collections. Titles are listed chronologically by decade, and within each decade they are listed alphabetically by title. Listing a title in a decade means that at least part of the decade is owned, but the entire decade may not be available. To check the complete time period actually owned by Special Collections for a particular title, search MERLIN. MERLIN will also provide the call number.

For explanations of the call numbers and locations, please see the main Microform Collections page.

1680-1689

  • Democritus Ridens; or, Comus and Momus, a New Jest and Earnest Pratling Concerning the Times

1690-1699

  • Athenian Gazette; or, Causistical Mercury
  • Compleat Library
  • Gentleman’s Journal for the War: Being an historical account and geographical description of several strong cities, towns, and ports of Europe with authentick draughts of the fortifications of every place
  • Gentleman’s Journal; or, The Monthly Miscellany
  • History of Learning: Giving a succinct account and narrative of the choicest new books, with a translation of what is most curious and remarkable in the foreign journals
  • History of the Works of the Learned; or, An Impartial Account of Books Lately Printed in all Parts of Europe, with a Particular Relation of the State of Learning in Each Country
  • London Spy
  • Memoirs for the Ingenious
  • Memoirs for the Ingenious; or, The Universal Mercury
  • Mercurius Musicus; or, The Monthly Collection of New Teaching Songs . . .
  • Miscellaneous Letters, Giving an Account of the Works of the Learned
  • Works of the Learned; or, An Historical Account and Impartial Judgement of Books Newly Printed, Both Foreign and Domestick

1700-1709

  • Athenian Oracle
  • British Apollo; or, Curious Amusements for the Ingenious
  • Diverting Post
  • Female Tatler
  • History of the Reign of Queen Ann
  • History of the Works of the Learned; or, An Impartial Account of Books Lately Printed in all Parts of Europe, with a Particular Relation of the State of Learning in Each Country
  • London Spy
  • Memoirs for the Curious
  • Mercurius Musicus; or, The Monthly Collection of New Teaching Songs . . .
  • Monthly Miscellany; or, Memoirs for the Curious
  • Observator

1710-1719

  • Athenian News; or, Dunton’s Oracle
  • Athenian Oracle
  • British Apollo; or, Curious Amusements for the Ingenious
  • Censor (London, England)
  • Compleat Linguist; or, An Universal Grammar of All the Considerable Tongues in Being
  • Delphick Oracle
  • Entertainer: Containing remarks on men, manners, religion, and policy
  • Examiner (London, England)
  • Female Tatler
  • Freeholder; or, Political Essays
  • History of the Reign of Queen Ann
  • History of the Works of the Learned; or, An Impartial Account of Books Lately Printed in all Parts of Europe, with a Particular Relation of the State of Learning in Each Country
  • Lay Monk
  • Medley
  • Memoirs of Literature
  • Mercator; or, Commerce Retrieved
  • Observator
  • Records of Love; or, Weekly Amusements for the Fair Sex
  • Tory Tatler

1720-1729

  • Compleat Linguist; or, An Universal Grammar of All the Considerable Tongues in Being
  • Delphick Oracle
  • Monthly Catalogue (London, England)
  • New Memoirs of Literature
  • Northhampton Miscellany
  • Plain Dealer
  • Present State of the Republick of Letters

1730-1739

  • Bee Revived; or, Universal Weekly Pamphlet
  • British Librarian
  • Champion: Containing a series of papers humorous, moral, political, and critical
  • Daily Gazetteer
  • Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany
  • Grub-Street Journal
  • Literary Magazine
  • London Magazine; or, Gentleman’s Monthly Intelligencer
  • Monthly Catalogue (London, England)
  • Present State of the Republick of Letters
  • Prompter

1740-1749

  • American Magazine and Historical Chronicle
  • American Magazine; or, A Monthly View of the Political State of the British Colonies
  • Boston Weekly Magazine
  • Champion: Containing a series of papers humorous, moral, political, and critical
  • Christian History
  • Daily Gazetteer
  • Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany
  • General Magazine and Historical Chronicle, for all the British Plantations in America
  • History of the Works of the Learned
  • Ladies Magazine; or, The Universal Entertainer
  • Literary Journal
  • London Magazine; or, Gentleman’s Monthly Intelligencer
  • Monthly Review; or, Literary Journal
  • Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure

1750-1759

  • American Magazine and Monthly Chronicle for the British Colonies
  • Busy Body
  • Critical Review; or, Annals of Literature
  • Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany
  • Edinburgh Review
  • Gray’s Inn Journal
  • Independent Reflector
  • Instructor
  • John Englishman, in Defence of the English Constitution Ladies Magazine; or, The Universal Entertainer
  • Literary Magazine; or, Universal Review
  • London Magazine; or, Gentleman’s Monthly Intelligencer
  • Midwife; or, Old Woman’s Magazine
  • Monthly Review; or, Literary Journal
  • New American Magazine
  • New England Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure
  • Occasional Reverberator
  • Prater
  • Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure

1760-1769

  • American Magazine; or, General Repository
  • British Magazine; or, Monthly Repository for Gentlemen and Ladies
  • Briton
  • Court Magazine; or, Royal Chronicle of News, Politics, and Literature for Town and Country
  • Critical Review; or, Annals of Literature
  • Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany
  • Geistliches Magazien; oder, Aus Den Schatzen der Schrifftgelehrten zum Himmelreich Gelehrt, Dargereichtes Altes und Neues
  • London Magazine; or, Gentleman’s Monthly Intelligencer
  • New American Magazine
  • North Carolina Magazine; or, Universal Intelligencer
  • Oxford Magazine
  • Penny Post
  • Political Controversy; or, Weekly Magazine of Ministerial and Anti-ministerial Essays: Consisting of the Monitor, Briton, North Briton, Auditor, and Patriot, entire; (with select pieces from the news-papers) collected and brought into one point of view
  • St. James’ Magazine
  • Semennikov, V.P. Russkie Satiriceske Zurnaly
  • Town and Country Magazine; or, Universal Repository of Knowledge, Instruction, and Entertainment
  • Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure
  • The Weekly Magazine; or, Edinburgh Amusement

1770-1779

  • The Censor
  • Criticle Review; or, Annals of Literature
  • Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany
  • Edinburgh Magazine; or, Literary Amusement
  • Geistliches Magazien; oder, Aus Den Schatzen der Schrifftgelehrten zum Himmelrich Gelehrt, Dargereichtes Altes und Neues
  • London Magazine; or, Gentleman’s Monthly Intelligencer
  • Oxford Magazine
  • Pennsylvania Magazine; or, American Monthly Museum
  • Royal American Magazine; or, Universal Repository of Instruction and Amusement
  • Royal Spiritual Magazine; or, The Christian’s Grand Treasure
  • Semennikov, V.P. Russkie Satiriceske Zurnaly
  • Town and Country Magazine; or, Universal Repository of Knowledge, Instruction, and Entertainment
  • Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure
  • Walker’s Hibernian Magazine; or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge
  • Weekly Magazine; or, Edinburgh Amusement

1780-1789

  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Boston. Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • American Magazine, Containing a Miscellaneous Collection of Original and other Valuable Essays in Prose and Verse, and Calculated Both for Instruction and Amusement
  • American Monitor; or, The Republican Magazine
  • American Museum; or, Universal Magazine Containing Essays on Agriculture-Commerce- Manufactures-Politics-Morals-and Manners
  • American Musical Magazine Analytical Review; or, History of Literature, Domestic and Foreign
  • Arminian Magazine
  • Asiatic Researches; or, Transactions of the Society Instituted in Bengal . . .
  • Boston Magazine
  • Children’s Magazine; Calculated for the Use of Families and Schools
  • Christian’s Scholar’s, and Farmer’s Magazine; Calculated in an Eminent Degree, to Promote Religion; to Disseminate Useful Knowledge; to Afford Literary Pleasures and Amusement, and to Advance the Interest of Agriculture
  • Columbian Magazine; or, Monthly Miscellany
  • Courier de Boston
  • Critical Review; or, Annals of Literature
  • Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany
  • Edinburgh Magazine; or, Literary Amusement
  • Edinburgh Weekly Magazine
  • European Magazine and London Review
  • Gentlemen and Ladies’s Town and Country Magazine: Consisting of literature, history, politics, arts, manners, and amusements, with various other matter
  • Ladies’ Weekly Museum; or, Polite Repository of Amusement and Instruction; Being an Assemblage of Whatever Can Interest the Mind, or Exalt the Character of the American Fair
  • Literary Magazine and British Review
  • London Magazine; or, Gentleman’s Monthly Intelligencer
  • Massachusetts Magazine; or, Monthly Museum
  • New Annual register; or, General Repository of History, Politics, and Literature for the Year . . .
  • New-Haven Gazette and the Connecticut Magazine
  • New Jersey Magazine and Monthly Advertiser
  • Propylaen
  • Town and Country Magazine; or, Universal Repository of Knowledge, Instruction, and Entertainment
  • Universal Asylum and Columbian Magazine
  • Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure
  • Walker’s Hibernian Magazine; or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge
  • Worcester Magazine . . . Containing Politics, Miscellanies, Poetry, and News
  • Yorkshire Freeholder

1790-1799

  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Boston. Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • American Apollo
  • American Monthly Review; or, Literary Journal
  • American Moral and Sentimental Magazine, Consisting of a Collection of Select Pieces, in Prose and Verse, from the Best Authors, on Religious, Moral, and Sentimental Subjects, Calculated to Form the Understanding and Improve the Heart
  • American Museum; or, Universal Magazine Containing, Essays on Agriculture-Commerce- Manufactures-Politics-Morals-and-Manners
  • American Universal Magazine
  • Analytical Review; or, History of Literature, Domestic and Foreign
  • Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine; or, Monthly, Political and Literary C ensor
  • Arminian Magazine
  • Asiatic Researches; or, Transactions of the Society Instituted in Bengal . . .
  • British Critic, and Quarterly Theological Review
  • Christian’s Scholar and Farmer’s Magazine; Calculated in an Eminent Degree, to Promote Religion; to Disseminate Useful Knowledge; to Afford Literary Pleasures and Amusement; and to Advance the Interest of Agriculture
  • The Columbian Museum; or, Universal Asylum
  • Country Spectator
  • Critical Review; or, Annals of Literature
  • Dessert to the True American
  • Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany
  • English Review of Literature, Science, Discoveries, Inventions, and Practical Controversies, and Contests
  • European Magazine and London Review
  • Experienced Christian’s Magazine: Consisting chiefly of original narrations, showing the increase of Christ’s kingdom in America
  • Franklin Minerva
  • Free Universal Magazine
  • General Magazine and Impartial Review of Knowledge and Entertainment
  • Gentlemen and Ladies’ Town and Country Magazine: Consisting of literature, history, politics, arts, manners, and amusements, with various other matter
  • Humming Bird; or, Herald of Taste
  • Key
  • Ladies’ Weekly Museum; or, Polite Repository of Amusement and Instruction; Being an Assemblage of Whatever Can Interest the Mind, or Exalt the Character of the American Fair
  • Lady and Gentleman’s Pocket Magazine of Literary and Polite Amusement . . .
  • Lady’s Magazine, and Repository of Entertaining Knowledge
  • Lady’s Monthly Museum
  • Literary Magazine and British Review
  • Literary Miscellany (Philadelphia), Containing Elegant Selections of the Most Admired Fugitive Pieces, and Extracts from Works of the Greatest Merit, with Originals
  • Literary Museum; or, Monthly Magazine
  • Massachusetts Agricultural Repository and Journal
  • Massachusetts magazine; or, Monthly Museum
  • Massachusetts Medical Society Medical Communications
  • Medical Repository of Original Essays and Intelligence
  • Methodist Magazine, Containing Original Sermons, Experiences, Letters, and Other Religious Pieces
  • Monthly Magazine (London, England)
  • Monthly Magazine and American Review
  • Monthly Military Repository
  • Monthly Miscellany and Vermont Magazine
  • Musical Magazine; Containing a Variety of Favorite Pieces
  • National Magazine; or, A Political, Historical, Biographical, and Literary Repository
  • New Annual Register; or, General Repository of History, Politics, and Literature for the Year . . .
  • New Hampshire and Vermont Magazine, and General Repository
  • New Hampshire Magazine; The Monthly Repository of Useful Information
  • The New Star; A Republican Miscellaneous, Literary Paper
  • The New Star (Hartford)
  • New-York Magazine; or, Literary Repository
  • New-York Weekly Magazine; or, Miscellaneous Repository: Forming an interesting collection of original and select literary productions in prose and verse: calculated for instruction and rational entertainment- the promotion of moral and useful knowledge – and to enlarge and correct the understandings of youth
  • Nightingale; or, A Melange de Litterature; A Periodical Publication
  • Philadelphia Magazine and Review; or, Monthly Repository of Information and Amusement
  • Philadelphia Minerva, Containing a Variety of Fugitive Pieces in Prose and Poetry, Original and Selected
  • Philadelphia Monthly Magazine; or, Universal Repository of Knowledge and Entertainment
  • Philadelphisches Magazin; oder, Unterhaltender Gesellschafter, fur die Deutschen in America
  • Political Censor
  • Propylaen
  • Religious Monitor; or, Theological Scales
  • Rural Casket
  • Rural Magazine
  • Rural Magazine; or, Vermont Repository
  • Sentimental and Literary Magazine
  • South Carolina Weekly Museum and Complete Magazine of Entertainment and Intelligence
  • Tablet
  • Theological Magazine; or, Synopsis of Modern Religious Sentiment
  • Thespian Oracle; or, Monthly Mirror, Consisting of Original Pieces and Selections from Performances of Merit, Relating Chiefly to the Most Admired Dramatic Compositions
  • Time Piece; and Literary Companion
  • Town and Country Magazine; or, Universal Repository of Knowledge, Instruction, and Entertainment
  • United States Christian Magazine
  • United States Magazine; or, General Repository of Useful Instruction and Rational Amusement
  • United States Magazine; or, A Repository of History, Politics, and Literature
  • Universal Asylum and Columbian Magazine
  • Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure
  • Vigil
  • Walker’s Hibernian Magazine; or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge
  • Weekly Magazine of Original Essays, Fugitive Pieces, and Interesting Intelligence
  • Weekly Museum