Journals and Magazines by Decade, 1800-1849

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.

1800-1809

  • Adviser; or, Vermont Evangelical Magazine
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Boston. Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • American Gleanor and Virginia Magazine
  • American Law Journal
  • American Magazine of Wonders, and Marvellous Chronicle
  • American Musical Magazine
  • American Register; or, General Repository of History, Politics, and Science
  • American Review and Literary Journal
  • Analyst; or, Mathematical Museum
  • Annales Philosophiques, Politiques et Litteraires
  • Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine; or, Monthly Political and Literary Censor
  • Asiatic Researches; or, Transactions of the Society Instituted in Bengal . . .
  • Assembly’s Missionary Magazine; or, Evangelical Intelligencer
  • Balance (Hudson, N.Y.)
  • Balance, and Columbian Repository
  • Balance, and New York State Journal; Balance and State Journal
  • Baltimore Magazine
  • Baltimore Medical and Physical Recorder
  • Baltimore Weekly Magazine Complete in One Volume
  • Barber’s Shop, Kept by Sir David Razor
  • Beauties of the Evangelical Magazine
  • Belfast Monthly Magazine
  • Berean; or, Scripture-Searcher
  • Boston Magazine
  • Boston Weekly Magazine
  • British Critic, and Quarterly Theological Review
  • Cabinet of the United States
  • Charleston Medical Register for the Year 1802
  • Charleston Spectator and Ladies Literary Portfolio
  • Cheap Repository
  • Child of Pallas: Devoted mostly to the belles-lettres
  • Christian Cabinet; or, Treasury of Divine Knowledge
  • Christian Monitor, A Religious Periodical Work (Boston, Mass.)
  • Christian Observer, Conducted by members of the Established Church
  • Christian’s Magazine: Designed to promote the knowledge and influence of evangelical truth and order
  • Christian’s Magazine, Reviewer, and Religious Intelligencer
  • Churchman’s Magazine
  • Churchman’s Monthly Magazine; or, Treasury of Divine and Useful Knowledge
  • Cobbett’s Political Register (London)
  • Columbian Phenix and Boston Review
  • Colvin’s Weekly Register
  • Companion and Weekly Miscellany
  • Connecticut Evangelical Magazine and Religious Intelligencer
  • Connecticut Magazine; or, Gentleman’s and Lady’s Monthly Museum of Knowledge and National Entertainment
  • Connecticut Republican Magazine
  • Corrector
  • Critical Review; or, Annals of Literature
  • Dramatic censor; or, Monthly Epitome of Taste, Fashion, and Manners
  • Eclectic Review
  • Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany
  • Emerald; or, Miscellany of Literature, Containing Sketches of the Manners, Principles and Amusements of the Age
  • European Magazine and London Review
  • Evangelical Intelligencer
  • Evening Fire-Side; or, Weekly Intelligence in the Civil, Natural, Moral, Literary, and Religious Worlds
  • Evidence; or, Religious and Moral Gazette
  • Examiner, A Weekly Paper on Politics, Literature, Music, and Fine Arts
  • Experienced Christian’s Magazine: Consisting chiefly of original narrations, showing the increase of Christ’s kingdom in America
  • Eye; by Obadiah Optic
  • Fly; or, Juvenile Miscellany
  • Fool
  • Franklin Minerva
  • General Review of British and Foreign Literature
  • Georgia Analytical Repository
  • Guardian
  • Halcyon Itinerary; And True Millenium Messenger
  • Hemisphere, Journal Francais; Contenant des Varietes Litteraires et Politiques, Dedie aux Americains Amateurs de la Langue Francaise
  • Herald of Gospel Liberty
  • Independent Republican; and Miscellaneous Magazine
  • Journal des Debats; Politiques et Litteraires
  • Juvenile Magazine of Miscellaneous Repository of Useful Information
  • Ladies’ Afternoon Visitor
  • Ladies’ Museum
  • 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’s Magazine, and Musical Repository
  • Lady’s Miscellany; or, Weekly Visitor, and Entertaining Companion for the Use and Amusement of Both Sexes
  • Lady’s Monitor
  • Lady’s Monthly Museum
  • Lancaster Hive; Devoted to Morality, Literature, Biography, History, Poetry, Agriculture, &c.
  • Lancet
  • Literary Journal (London, England)
  • Literary Magazine and American Register
  • Literary Mirror
  • Literary Miscellany, Including Dissertations and Essays on Subjects of Literature, Science, and Morals; Biographical and Historical Sketches; Critical Remarks and Language; with Occasional Reviews
  • Literary Tablet; or, A General Repository of Useful Entertainment; Consisting of Essays Original and Selected, in Poetry and Prose
  • London Review
  • Massachusetts Agricultural Repository and Journal
  • Massachusetts Baptist Missionary Magazine
  • Massachusetts Medical Society Medical Communications
  • Massachusetts Missionary Magazine, Containing Religious and Interesting Communications, Calculated to Edify Christians, and Inform the Rising Generations
  • Massachusetts Watchman, and Periodical Journal
  • Mathematical Correspondent (New York)
  • Medical and Agricultural Register
  • Medical Repository of Original Essays and Intelligence
  • Medley; or, Monthly Miscellany
  • Merrimack Miscellany
  • Merrimack Magazine and Ladies’ Literary Cabinet
  • Miscellany
  • Missionary Herald at Home and Abroad
  • Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review
  • Monthly Magazine; Comprehending Ecclesiastical History, Morality, Religion . . . (Danbury, CT)
  • Monthly Magazine (Lancaster, PA)
  • Monthly Magazine (London, England)
  • Monthly Magazine and American Review
  • Monthly Register, Magazine, and Review of the United States
  • Monthly Repository (London, England)
  • Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature
  • Monthly Review and Literary Miscellany of the United States
  • Moonshine
  • Moral and Religious Cabinet, Containing Short Accounts of Christian Experience, Together with Instructive and Useful Extracts, Intended to Promote the Happiness of Pious Minds
  • Musical Magazine; Containing a Variety of Favorite Pieces
  • National Magazine; or Cabinet of the United States
  • New Annual Register; or, General Repository of History, Politics, and Literature for the Year . . .
  • New England Literary Herald
  • New England Quarterly Magazine; Comprehending Literature, Morals, and Amusement
  • New – Hampshire New Jerusalem Magazine and Primitive Religious Intelligencer
  • New -York Medical and Philosophical Journal and Review
  • New – York Missionary Magazine, and Repository of Religious Intelligence
  • Observer (Baltimore)
  • Observer (New York)
  • Omnium Gatherum, A Monthly Magazine Recording Authentick Accounts of the Most Remarkable Productions, Events, and Occurrences, in Providence, Nature, and Art
  • Ordeal; A Critical Journal of Politicks and Literature
  • Pastime; A Literary Paper
  • Patriot; or, Scourge of Aristocracy
  • Petit Censeur. Semaine Critique et Litteraire, Francaise et Anglaise
  • Petit Censeur, Critique et Litteraire; Journal Francais a New-York
  • Philadelphia Medical and Physical Journal
  • Philadelphia Medical Museum, Conducted by John Redman Coxe, M.D.
  • Pic Nic
  • Piscataqua Evangelical Magazine
  • Poetical Magazine
  • Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry for . . .
  • Political Magazine and Miscellaneous Repository
  • Polyanthos
  • Port Folio
  • Portland Magazine
  • Propylaen
  • Prospect; or, View of the Moral World
  • Ramblers’ Magazine, and New York Theatrical Register for the Season of 1809-10
  • Religious Repository
  • Repository and Ladies’ Weekly Museum
  • Repository of Knowledge, Historical, Literary, Miscellaneous, and Theological (Philadelphia, Hugh Maxwell)
  • Repository of Knowledge, Historical, Literary, Miscellaneous and Theological (Philadelphia)
  • Republican Rush-Light
  • Salmagundi; or, The Whim-Whams and Opinions of Launcelot Langstaff, esq., and others
  • Satirist, or, Monthly Meteor
  • Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of Foreign Magazines
  • Something
  • Spectacles
  • Spirit of the Public Journals; or, Beauties of the American Newspapers
  • Theatrical Censor
  • Theatrical Recorder
  • Thespian Mirror; A Periodical Comprising a Collection of Dramatic Biography, Theatrical Criticism, Miscellaneous Literature, Poetry, &c., &c.
  • Thespian Monitor, and Dramatick Miscellany
  • Thistle
  • Tickler Toilet; a Weekly Collection of Literary Pieces, Principally Designed for the Amusement of Ladies
  • Town
  • United States Military Philosophical Society (Extracts)
  • Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure
  • Useful Cabinet
  • Virginia Religious Magazine
  • Visitor
  • Walker’s Hibernian Magazine; or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge
  • Wasp
  • Weekly Inspector
  • Weekly Monitor (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Weekly Visitant; Moral, Poetical, Humorous, &c.
  • Western Missionary Magazine and Repository of Religious Intelligence
  • Witness; A Collection of Original and Selected Pieces on Various Religious Subjects

1810-1819

  • Academician, Containing the Elements of Scholastic Science, and the Outlines of Philosophic Education, Predicated on the Analysis of the Human Mind, and Exhibiting the Improved Methods of Instruction
  • Adviser; or, Vermont Evangelical Magazine
  • Aeronaut; A Periodical Paper
  • Agricultural Museum
  • Almoner, A Periodical Religious Publication
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Boston. Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • American Farmer, Containing Original Essays . . .
  • American Farmer, Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture, and Rural Life
  • American Journal of Science
  • American Law Journal
  • American Magazine; A Monthly Miscellany Devoted to Literature, Science, History, Biography, and the Arts
  • American Medical and Philosophical Register; or, Annals of Medicine, Natural History, Agriculture and the Arts
  • American Medical Recorder
  • American Mineralogical Journal: Being a collection of facts and observations tending to elucidate the mineralogy and geology of the United States of America
  • American Monthly Magazine and Critical Review
  • American Register; or, General Repository of History, Politics, and Science
  • American Register; or, Summary Review of History, Politics, and Literature
  • American Review of History and Politics, and General Repository of Literature and State Papers
  • Analectic Magazine
  • Analyst; or Mathematical Museum
  • Annals of the Fine Arts
  • Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine; or, Monthly, Political and Literary Censor
  • Anti-Jacobin Review and Protestant Advocate; or, Monthly, Political and Literary Censor
  • Anti-Jacobin Review and True Churchman’s Magazine; or, Monthly, Political, and Literary Censor
  • Anti-Jacobin Review; True Churchman’s Magazine; and Protestant Advocate; or, Monthly, Political, and Literary Censor
  • Archives of Useful Knowledge, A Work Devoted to Commerce, Manufactures, Rural, and Domestic Economy, Agriculture, and the Useful Arts
  • Asiatic Researches; or, Transactions of the Society Instituted in Bengal . . .
  • Athenaeum
  • Atheneum; or, Spirit of the English Magazines
  • Augustan Review
  • Aurora de Chile
  • Balance, and State New-York Journal; Balance and State Journal
  • Baltimore Medical and Philosophical Lyceum
  • Baltimore Repertory of Papers on Literary and Other Topics
  • Baptist Missionary Magazine
  • Belfast Monthly Magazine
  • Berean; or, Scripture-Searcher
  • Black Dwarf
  • Boston Recorder
  • Boston Spectator, Devoted to Politicks and Belles-Lettres
  • Boston Weekly Magazine, Devoted to Polite Literature, Useful Science, Biography, and Dramatic Criticism
  • British Critic, and Quarterly Theological Review
  • British Lady’s Magazine
  • British Review and London Critical Journal
  • British Stage and Literary Cabinet
  • Cabinet; A Repository of Polite Literature
  • Carolina Law Repository
  • Casket
  • Christian Chronicle
  • Christian Disciple
  • Christian Disciple and Theological Review
  • Christian Herald (New York, NY)
  • Christian Herald (Portsmouth, NH)
  • Christian Journal and Literary Register
  • Christian Messenger (Baltimore, MD)
  • Christian Messenger (Pittsford, NY)
  • Christian Messenger, Devoted to Doctrine, Religion, and Morality (Philadelphia)
  • Christian Mirror
  • Christian Monitor (Hallowell, ME)
  • Christian Monitor, A Religious Periodical Work (Boston, MA)
  • Christian Monitor (Richmond, VA)
  • Christian Monitor, and Religious Intelligencer
  • Christian Observer
  • Christian Observer, Conducted by Members of the Established Church
  • Christian Register, and Moral Theological Review
  • Christian Remembrancer
  • Christian Visitant
  • Christian’s Magazine: Designed to promote the knowledge and influence of evangelical truth and order
  • Christian’s Weekly Monitor; or, Sabbath Morning Repast
  • Churchman’s Magazine
  • Civil and Religious Intelligencer
  • Cobbett’s American Political Register
  • Cobbett’s Political Register (London)
  • Cobbett’s Political Register (New York)
  • Cohen’s Gazette and Lottery Register
  • Cohen’s Lottery Gazette and Register
  • Collegian; or, American Students’ Magazine
  • Columbia Magazine
  • Columbian Chemical Society of Philadelphia
  • Columbian Telescope and Literary Compiler: Being a miscellaneous
    repository of literary production
  • Comet
  • Congregationalist and Herald of Gospel Liberty
  • Connecticut Academy of Arts and Science (New Haven)
  • Connecticut Evangelical Magazine and Religious Intelligencer
  • Correo de las Damas
  • County Courier
  • Critical Review; or, Annals of Literature
  • Cynick
  • Eclectic Review
  • Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany
  • Emerald (Baltimore)
  • Emporium of Arts and Sciences
  • European Magazine and London Review
  • Evangelical Guardian and Review
  • Evangelical Record, and Western Review
  • Evangelical Recorder
  • Evangelical Repository
  • Evangelisches Magazine, unter der Aufsicht der Deutshen Evangelischlutherischen Synode
  • Examiner, A Weekly Paper on Politics, Literature, Music and Fine Arts
  • Examiner; Containing Political Essays on the Most Important Events of the Time; Public Laws and Official Documents
  • Farrier’s Magazine
  • Floriad
  • Freemason’s Magazine and General Miscellany
  • Friend; A Periodical Work Devoted to Religion, Literature and Useful Miscellany
  • Friend of Peace: by Philo Pacificus
  • General Repository and Review
  • Globe
  • Gospel Visitant, Being Principally Original Tracts on Moral and Religious Subjects
  • Guardian and Monitor
  • Guardian, or Youth’s Religious Instructor
  • Halcyon Luminary and Theological Repository, A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Religion and Polite Literature
  • Harvard Lyceum
  • Hemisphere Journal Francais; Contenant des Varietes Litteraires et Politiques, Dedis aux Americains Amateurs de la Langue Francaise
  • Herald of Gospel Liberty
  • Herald of Life and Immortality
  • Historical Register of the United States
  • Hive
  • Huntington Literary Museum, and Monthly Miscellany
  • Inquisitor
  • Intellectual Regale; or, Ladies’ Tea Tray
  • Journal des Dames; ou, Les Souvenirs d’un Viellard
  • Journal of Belles-Lettres
  • Journal of Foreign Medical Science and Literature
  • Journal of Musick
  • Journal of Science and the Arts
  • Juvenile Gazette
  • Juvenile Magazine
  • Juvenile Mirror; or, Educational Magazine
  • Juvenile Port-Folio and Literary Miscellany; Devoted to the Instruction and Amusement of Youth
  • Juvenile Repository
  • Ladies’ Literary Cabinet, Being a Repository of Miscellaneous Literary Productions, Both Original and Selected, in Prose and Verse
  • Ladies’ Visitor
  • 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’s Miscellany; or, Weekly Visitor, and Entertaining Companion for the Use and Amusement of Both Sexes
  • Lady’s Monthly Museum
  • Latter-Day Luminary
  • Lay-man’s Magazine
  • Literary and Evanglical Magazine
  • Literary and Musical Magazine
  • Literary and Philosophical Society of New York
  • Literary and Philosophical Repertory: Embracing discoveries and
    improvements in the physical sciences; the liberal and fine arts; essays
    moral and religious; occasional notices and reviews of new publications;
    and articles of miscellaneous intelligence
  • Literary Chronicle and Weekly Review
  • Literary Journal, and General Miscellany of Politics, Science, Arts, Morals, and Manners
  • Literary Miscellany; or, Monthly Review, A Periodical Work
  • Literary Panorama, and National Register
  • Massachusetts Agricultural Repository and Journal
  • Massachusetts Baptist Missionary Magazine
  • Massachusetts Medical Society Medical Communications
  • Massachusetts Watchman, and Periodical Journal
  • Mediateur; Journal Politque et Litteraire
  • Medical and Surgical Register; Consisting Chiefly of Cases in the New York Hospital
  • Medical Repository of Original Essays and Intelligence
  • Memoirs of the Columbian Chemical Society of Philadelphia
  • Methodist Review
  • Militia Reporter
  • Military Monitor, and American Register
  • Mirror of Taste and Dramatic Censor
  • Missionary Herald at Home and Abroad
  • Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review
  • Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal
  • Monthly Magazine (London)
  • Monthly Recorder
  • Monthly Repository (London)
  • Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature
  • Monthly Review
  • Monthly Scientific Journal, Containing Disquisitions in Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts
  • Monthly Theatrical Reporter
  • Monthly Visitant; or, Something Old
  • National Museum and Weekly Gazette of Discoveries, Natural Sciences, and the Arts
  • New Annual Register; or, General Repository of History, Politics, and Literature for the Year . . .
  • New British Lady’s Magazine
  • New England Galaxy
  • New England Journal of Medicine and Surgery, and Collateral Branches of Science
  • New England Literary Herald
  • New England Missionary Intelligencer, and General Repository for the Promotion of Useful Knowledge and Evangelical Doctrine
  • New Jerusalem Church Repository
  • New Monthly Magazine
  • New York City Hall Recorder, Containing Reports of the Most Interesting Trials and Decisions Which Have Arisen in the Various Courts of Judicature, for the Trial of Jury Causes in the Hall, Particularly in the Court of Sessions
  • New York Literary Journal, and Belles-Lettres Repository
  • New York Magazine and General Repository of Useful Knowledge
  • New York Medical and Philosophical Journal and Review
  • New York Medical Magazine
  • Niles’ National Register, Containing Political, Historical,
    Geographical, Scientific, Statistical, Economical, and Biographical
    Documents, Essays, and Facts; Together with Notices of the Arts and
    Manufactures, and a Record of the Events of the Time
  • North American Review
  • North Carolina Magazine, Political, Historical, and Miscellaneous
  • Observer
  • Olio, A Literary and Miscellaneous Paper
  • Omnium Gatherum, A Monthly Magazine, Recording Authentick Accounts of the Most Remarkable Productions, Events, and Occurrences, in Providence, Nature, and Art
  • Parlour Companion
  • Parterre, A Weekly Magazine, Conducted by a Trio
  • Philadelphia Magazine, and Weekly Repertory
  • Philadelphia Medical Museum, Conducted by John Redman Coxe, M.D.
  • Philadelphia Repertory
  • Philanthropist, A Weekly Journal Containing Essays, on Moral and Religious Subjects
  • Pioneer, Consisting of Essays, Literary, Moral and Theological
  • Plough Boy, and Journal of the Board of Agriculture
  • Poetical Magazine
  • Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry for . . .
  • Polyanthos
  • Port Folio
  • Portico, A Repository of Science and Literature
  • Quarterly Christian Spectator
  • Ramblers’ Magazine, and New-York Theatrical Register: for the Season of 1809-10
  • Recorder
  • Religious Enquirer
  • Religious Informer
  • Religious Instructor; Designed to Promote Useful Knowledge, Sound Morality and Vital Piety
  • Religious Intelligencer
  • Religious Magazine; Containing an Account of the United Churches of Christ, Commonly Called Freewill Baptist
  • Religious Museum
  • Republican
  • Rhode Island Literary Repository; A Monthly Magazine
  • Robinson’s Magazine; A Weekly Repository of Original Papers; and Selections from the English Magazines
  • Rural Magazine and Farmer’s Monthly Museum, Devoted to History, Biography, Agriculture, Manufacture, Miscellany, Poetry and Foreign and Domestic Intelligence
  • Salmagundi (Paulding)
  • Satirist
  • Satirist; or, Monthly Meteor
  • Saturday Magazine: Being in great part a compilation from the British reviews, magazines and scientific journals
  • Scientific Journal
  • Scourge; or, Literary, Theatrical, and Miscellaneous Magazine Scourge; or, Monthly Expositor of Imposture and Folly Scourge and Satirist
  • Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of Foreign Magazines
  • Something
  • Spirit of Forum and Hudson Remarker
  • Spiritual Magazine; or Gospel Treasury
  • Stand; by a Society of Young Men
  • Sunday School Repository
  • Sunday Visitant; or, Weekly Repository of Christian Knowledge
  • Theatrical Inquisitor
  • Theological Repertory, and Churchman’s Guide
  • Theophilanthropist: Containing critical, moral, theological, and literary essays in monthly numbers
  • Truth
  • Universal Magazine
  • Universalist
  • Utica Christian Magazine, Designed to Prompt the Spirit of Research, and Diffuse Religious Information
  • Vermont Baptist Missionary Magazine
  • Villager, a Literary Paper
  • Virginia Evangelical and Literary Magazine
  • Visitor
  • Walker’s Hibernian Magazine; or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge
  • Watchman
  • Watchman-Examiner, a National Baptist Paper
  • Weekly Monitor, Entertaining and Instructive, Designed to be Interesting to All, but Particularly Intended as a Guide to Youth in the Way of Morality and Religion
  • Weekly Recorder: A newspaper conveying important intelligence and other useful matter under the three general heads of theology, literature and national affairs
  • Weekly Visitor
  • Weekly Visitor and Ladies’ Museum
  • Western Christian Monitor
  • Western Gleaner; or, Repository for Arts, Sciences, and Literature
  • Western New York Baptist Magazine
  • Western Review
  • Western Review and Miscellaneous Magazine, a Monthly Publication Devoted to Literature and Science
  • Youth’s Cabinet
  • Youth’s Repository of Christian Knowledge

1820-1829

  • Abolition Intelligencer and Missionary Magazine
  • Academician, Containing the Elements of Scholastic Science, and the Outlines of Philosophic Education, Predicated on the Analysis of the Human Mind, and Exhibiting the Improved Methods of Instruction
  • Advocate of Peace and Christian Patriot
  • Aeronaut, A Periodical Paper
  • Aesculapian Register
  • African Intelligencer
  • African Observer
  • African Repository
  • Albion, A Journal of News, Politics, and Literature
  • Amalthea
  • Amaranth or Masonic Garland
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Boston. Memoirs of the American Academy of
  • Arts and Sciences
  • American Athenaeum: A repository of belles letters, science and the arts
  • American Critic and General Review
  • American Education Society Quarterly Journal
  • American Farmer, Containing Original Essays . . .
  • American Farmer, Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture, and Rural Life
  • American Journal of Education
  • American Journal of the Medical Sciences
  • American Journal of Science
  • American Jurist and Law Magazine
  • American Ladies’ Magazine
  • American Masonic Register and Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Magazine
  • American Mechanics’ Magazine: Containing useful original matter on subjects connected with manufactures, the arts and sciences: as well as selections from the most approved domestic and foreign journals
  • American Medical Recorder
  • American Medical Review, and Journal of Original and Selected Papers in Medicine and Surgery
  • American Monthly Magazine
  • American Museum and Repository of Arts and Sciences, as Connected with Domestic Manufactures and National Industry
  • American Quarterly Register
  • American Quarterly Review
  • American Society for Promoting the Civilization and General Improvement of the Indian Tribes in the United States Annual Report
  • American Sunday-School Teachers’ Magazine and Journal of Education
  • American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine
  • Analectic Magazine
  • Annals of Beneficience
  • Annals of Nature; or, Annual Synopsis of New Genera and Species of Animals in North America
  • Annals of the Fine Arts
  • Annual Law Register of the United States
  • Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine; or, Monthly Political and Literary Censor
  • Anti-Jacobin Review and Protestant Advocate; or, Monthly Political and Literary Censor
  • Anti-Masonic Review
  • Ariel
  • Asiatic Researches; or, Transactions of the Society Instituted in Bengal . . .
  • Athenaeum; A Journal of Literature, Science, the Fine Arts, Music and the Drama
  • Atheneum
  • Atheneum; or, Spirit of the English Magazines
  • Atlantic Magazine
  • Atlantic Souvenir
  • Baltimore Philosophical Journal and Review
  • Banner of the Constitution
  • Baptist Missionary Magazine
  • Berean
  • Black Dwarf
  • Boston Journal of Philosophy and the Arts
  • Boston Lyceum
  • Boston Masonic Mirror
  • Boston Medical Intelligencer
  • Boston Monthly Magazine
  • Boston Recorder
  • Boston Recorder and Religious Telegraph
  • Boston Recorder and Telegraph
  • Boston Weekly Magazine; Devoted to Polite Literature, Useful Science, Biography, and Dramatic Criticism
  • Bowen’s Boston News-Letter, and City Record
  • British Critic, and Quarterly Theological Review
  • British Review and London Critical Journal
  • British Stage and Literary Cabinet
  • Cambrian and Caledonian Quarterly Magazine and Celtic Repertory
  • Candid Examiner
  • Carolina Journal of Medicine, Science, and Agriculture
  • Censor
  • Charleston Gospel Messenger and Protestant Episcopal Register
  • Christian Advocate (Philadelphia)
  • Christian Advocate (Pittsburgh)
  • Christian Advocate (Chicago)
  • Christian Baptist
  • Christian Disciple and Theological Review
  • Christian Examiner and General Review
  • Christian Herald (New York, NY)
  • Christian Herald (Portsmouth, NH)
  • Christian Herald and Seaman’s Magazine (NY)
  • Christian Index
  • Christian Intelligencer (Portland, ME)
  • Christian Intellligencer and Eastern Chronicle
  • Christian Journal and Literary Register
  • Christian Magazine
  • Christian Messenger, Devoted to Doctrine, Religion, and Morality (Philadelphia)
  • Christian Observer
  • Christian Observer, Conducted by Members of the Established Church
  • Christian Philanthropist
  • Christian Reformer; or, Evangelical Miscellany
  • Christian Register (Boston, MA)
  • Christian Remembrancer
  • Christian Repository
  • Christian Secretary
  • Christian Telescope and Universalist Miscellany
  • Christian Visitor
  • Churchman’s Magazine
  • Churchman’s Repository for the Eastern Diocese
  • Church Record
  • Cincinnati Literary Gazette
  • Circular (Wilmington, DE)
  • Club-Room
  • Cobbett’s Political Register (London, England)
  • Cohen’s Gazette and Lottery Register
  • Cohen’s Lottery Gazette and Register
  • Collection’s, Historical and Miscellaneous, and Monthly Literary Journal
  • Collections, Topographical, Historical, and Biographical
  • Columbian Historian
  • Columbian Star
  • Columbian Telescope and Literary Compiler: Being a miscellaneous repository of literary productions
  • Congregationalist and Herald of Gospel Liberty
  • El Correo
  • Correspondent
  • Critic
  • Dawn, A Semi-Monthly Magazine: Containing original and selected essays, anecdotes, etc., in prose and poetry
  • Debtor’s Journal
  • Diana, and Ladies’ Spectator
  • Drama; or, Theatrical Pocket Magazine
  • Dramatic Magazine
  • Dublin and London Magazine
  • Eclectic Review
  • Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany
  • Emerald and Baltimore Literary Gazette
  • Episcopal Magazine
  • Episcopal Recorder
  • Episcopal Watchman
  • Escritoir; or, Masonic and Miscellaneous Album
  • European Magazine and London Review
  • Euterpeiad;or, Musical Intelligencer, and Ladies Gazette
  • Evangelical and Literary Magazine
  • Evangelical Luminary
  • Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate
  • Evangelical Monitor
  • Evangelical Recorder
  • Evangelical Repertory
  • Evangelical Witness
  • Evangelist
  • Examiner, A Weekly Paper on Politics, Literature, Music, and Fine Arts
  • Farmers’ and Planters’ Friend
  • Franklin Journal and American Mechanics’ Magazine
  • Free Enquirer
  • Friend; A Religious and Literary Journal (Philadelphia)
  • Friend of Peace: by Philo Pacificus
  • Friendly Visitor, Being a Collection of Select and Original Pieces, Instructive and Entertaining, Suitable to be Read in all Families
  • Gardener’s Magazine, and Register of Rural and Domestic Improvement
  • Garland; or, New General Repository of Fugitive Poetry
  • Gazeteer
  • Genius of Universal Emancipation
  • Genius of Universal Emancipation and Baltimore Courier
  • Geographical, Historical and Statistical Repository
  • German Correspondent
  • Gospel Advocate and Impartial Investigator
  • Gospel Advocate; Conducted by a Society of Gentlemen
  • Gospel Herald
  • Gospel Inquirer
  • Gospel Messenger, and Southern Christian Register
  • Gospel Messenger, and Southern Episcopal Register
  • Gospel Palladium
  • Gospel Trumpet
  • Graham’s American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and Fashion
  • Gridiron
  • Guardian and Monitor
  • Guardian; or, Youth’s Religious Instructor
  • Harvard register
  • Hazard’s Register of Pennsylvania, Devoted to the Preservation of Facts and Documents, and Every Kind of Useful Information Respecting the State of Pennsylvania
  • Herald of Gospel Liberty
  • Herald of Life and Immortality
  • Herald of Salvation
  • Herald of Truth; A Periodical Work, Consisting of Essays and Arguments, Original and Selected, the Design of Which is to Illustrate and Confirm the Heavenly Truths of New Jerusalem
  • Idle Man
  • Inquisitor
  • Inspector
  • Inspector, and Literary Review
  • Inspector, Literary Magazine and Review
  • Inspector, and National Magazine
  • Investigator and General Intelligencer
  • Irish Shield
  • Israel’s Advocate; or, The Restoration of the Jews Contemplated and Urged
  • Jesuit; or, Catholic Sentinel
  • Jew; Being a Defence of Judaism Against all Adversaries, and Particularly Against the Insidious Attacks of Israel’s Advocate
  • Journal des Debats; Politiques et Litteraires
  • Journal de St. Petersburg, Politique et Litteraire
  • Journal Inutile; ou, Melanges Politiques et Litteraires
  • Journal of Belles-Lettres
  • Journal of Foreign Medical Science and Literature
  • Journal of Health
  • Journal of Jurisprudence, A New Series of the American Law Journal
  • Journal of the Franklin Institute
  • Journal of the Law School and of the Moot-Court Attached to It; at Needham, in Virginia
  • Journal of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy
  • Juvenile Gazette
  • Juvenile Miscellany
  • Knight’s Quarterly Magazine
  • Ladies’ Garland
  • Ladies Literary Cabinet, Being a Repository of Miscellaneous Literary Productions, both Original and Selected, in Prose and Verse
  • Ladies’ Literary Portfolio: A General Miscellany Devoted to the Fine Arts and Sciences
  • Ladies’ Magazine; Intended to Aid in the Cause of Piety, Religion and Morality
  • Ladies’ Museum (London, England)
  • Ladies’ Museum (Providence)
  • Ladies’ Portfolio
  • Ladies’ Visitor
  • Lady’s Monthly Museum
  • Latter-Day Luminary
  • Liberal Christian
  • Literary and Evangelical Magazine
  • Literary and Musical Magazine
  • Literary and Philosophical Society of New York
  • Literary and Scientific Repository, and Critical Review
  • The Literary Cabinet, and Journal of Belles Lettres, Fine Arts, Drama
  • Literary Casket: Devoted to literature, the arts, and sciences
  • Literary Chronicle and Weekly Review
  • Literary Companion
  • Literary Examiner: Consisting of the Indicator, a review of books, and miscellaneous pieces in prose and verse
  • Literary Focus
  • Literary Gazette and American Athenaeum
  • Literary Gazette; or, Journal of Criticism, Science, and the Arts
  • Literary Magnet; or, Monthly Journal of the Belles-Lettres
  • Literary Pamphleteer, Containing some Observations on the best Mode of Promoting the Cause of Literature in the State of Kentucky; and a Review of the Late Administration of the Transylvania University
  • Literary Register; A Weekly Paper
  • Literary Speculum
  • London Magazine
  • London Review
  • Lyre; or, New York Musical Journal
  • Manuscript
  • Masonic Mirror
  • Masonic Mirror and Mechanics’ Intelligencer
  • Masonic Miscellany and Ladies’ Literary Magazine
  • Massachusetts Agricultural Repository and Journal
  • Massachusetts Medical Society Medical Communications
  • Medical and Surgical Register; Consisting Chiefly of Cases in the New York Hospital
  • Medical News-Paper; or, The Doctor and the Physician
  • Medical Reformer
  • Medical Repository of Original Essays and Intelligence
  • Merrimack Magazine, and Monthly Register of Politics, Agriculture, Literature, and Religion
  • Messenger (Knoxville, TN)
  • Messenger of Peace, Devoted to Doctrine, Religion, and Morality
  • Methodist Recorder
  • Methodist Review
  • Microscope
  • Microscope (Albany, NY)
  • Microscope (Louisville, KY)
  • Microscope, Edited by a Fraternity of Gentlemen (New Haven, CN)
  • Microscope and General Advertiser
  • Minerva; or, Literary, Entertaining, and Scientific Journal: Containing a variety of original and select articles, arranged under the following heads: Popular Tales, the Gleaner, the Traveller, the Drama, Biography, Arts and Sciences, Literature, Poetry, etc.
  • Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction
  • Miscellaneous Cabinet
  • Miscellaneous Magazine
  • Missionary Herald at Home and Abroad
  • Monitor, Designed to Improve the Taste, the Understanding, and the Heart
  • Monthly Journal of Foreign Medicine
  • Monthly Journal of Medicine, Containing Selections from European Journals, the Transactions of Learned Societies, &c., and Embracing a Concise Analysis of the Physicians
  • Monthly Magazine (London)
  • Monthly Repository (London)
  • Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature
  • Monthly Review
  • Moral Advocate, a Monthly Publication on War, Duelling, Capital Punishment and Prison Discipline
  • Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art
  • National Government Journal, and Register of Official Papers
  • National Magazine and General Review
  • National Preacher and Village Pulpit
  • National Preacher; or, Original Monthly Sermons from Living Ministers
  • New Annual Register; or, General Repository of History, Politics, and Literature for the Year . . .
  • New England Farmer, and Horticultural Register
  • New-England Galaxy
  • New England Journal of Medicine
  • New England Journal of Medicine and Surgery, and Collateral Branches of Science
  • New Jersey and Pennsylvania Agricultural Monthly Intelligencer and Farmer’s Magazine
  • New Jersey Monthly Magazine
  • New Jerusalem Missionary and Intellectual Repository
  • New Jerusalem Record
  • New Monthly Magazine
  • New Monthly Magazine, and Literary Journal
  • New York City Hall Recorder, Containing Reports of the Most Interesting Trials and Decisions Which Have Arisen in the Various Courts of Judicature, for the Trial of Jury Causes in the Hall, Particularly in the Court of Sessions
  • New York Farmer
  • New York Literary Journal, and Belles-Lettres Repository
  • New York Medical and Physical Journal
  • New-York Mirror: A weekly gazette of literature and fine arts
  • New York Monthly Chronicle of Medicine and Surgery
  • New-York Monthly Magazine
  • New York Religious Chronicle
  • New York Review and Atheneum Magazine
  • New York Telescope
  • New York Tract Magazine and Christian Miscellany Niles’ National Register, Containing Political, Historical, Geographical, Scientifical, Statistical, Economical, and Biographical Documents, Essays and Facts; Together with Notices of the Arts and Manufactures, and a Record of the Events of the Time
  • North American Review
  • Odd Fellows’ Magazine
  • Ohio Miscellaneous Museum
  • Oriental Herald
  • Parthenon; or, Literary and Scientific Museum
  • Periodical Sketches
  • Philadelphia Album and Ladies’ Literary Port Folio
  • Philadelphia Journal of Medical and Physical Sciences
  • Philadelphia Museum; or, Register of Natural History and the Arts
  • Philadelphia Universalist Magazine and Christian Messenger
  • Philadelphier Magazin fur Freunde der Deutschen Literatur in Amerika
  • Philanthropist, A Weekly Journal Containing Essays, on Moral and Religious Subjects
  • Pilgrim; or, Monthly Visitor
  • Pilot
  • Pittsburgh Recorder, Containing Religious Literary and Political Information
  • Plough Boy, and Journal of the Board of Agriculture
  • Political Economist; An Emporium of Statistical Philosophy
  • Port Folio
  • Portsmouth Weekly Magazine
  • Presbyterian Magazine
  • Princeton Review
  • Providence Theological Magazine
  • Quarterly Christian Spectator
  • Quarterly Sunday-School Magazine
  • Radical
  • Recorder and Telegraph
  • Recreative Magazine; or, Eccentricities of Literature and Life
  • Reflector
  • Reformer and Christian; A Religious Work Published Monthly
  • Religious and Literary Repository
  • Religious Informer
  • Religious Informer, and Free-Will Baptist Register
  • Religious Inquirer
  • Religious Intelligencer . . . Containing the Principal Transactions of the Various Bible and Missionary Societies, with Particular Accounts of Revivals of Religion
  • Religious Magazine; Containing an Account of the United Churches of Christ; Commonly Called Free-Will Baptists
  • Religious Miscellany, Containing Information Relative to the Church of Christ; Together with Interesting Literary, Scientific, and Political Intelligence
  • Religious Monitor
  • Remembrancer; or, Debtors Prison Recorder
  • Republican
  • Rhode Island Baptist
  • Roanoke Religious Correspondent; or, Monthly Evangelical Vistant
  • Rochester Magazine, and Theological Review, Consisting of Essays, Extracts, Reviews, and Biblical Criticisms
  • Rural Magazine and Literary Evening Fireside
  • Rural Repository Devoted to Polite Literature, such as Moral and Sentimental Tales, Original Communications, Biography, Traveling Sketches, Poetry, Amusing Miscellany, Humorous and Historical Anecdotes, &c. Sabbath School Repository and Teacher’s Assistant: Devoted to the interests of Sabbath schools
  • St. Tammany’s Magazine
  • Salmagundi (Paulding)
  • Saturday Evening Post
  • Saturday Magazine: Being in great part a compilation from the British reviews, magazines and scientific journals
  • Scientific Journal
  • Southern Literary Gazette
  • Southern Review
  • Souvenir
  • Spectator (London)
  • Spirit of the Pilgrims
  • Stage; or, Theatrical Inquisitor
  • Stand, by a Society of Young Men
  • Talisman
  • Teacher’s Guide and Parent’s Assistant
  • Theatrical Budget
  • Theatrical Inquisitor
  • Theological Repertory, and Churchman’s Guide
  • Theological Review and General Repository of Religious and Moral Information
  • Transylvania Journal of Medicine and the Associate Sciences
  • Unitarian; Devoted to the Statement, Explanation, and Defence of the Principles of Unitarian Christianity
  • Unitarian Defendant
  • Unitarian Miscellany and Christian Monitor
  • United Brethren’s Missionary Intelligencer, and Religious Miscellany; Containing the Most Recent Accounts Relating to the United Brethren’s Missions Among the Heathen; with Other Interesting Communications from the Records of that Church
  • United States Catholic Miscellany
  • United States Law Intelligencer and Review
  • United States Literary Gazette
  • United States Magazine and Literary and Political Repository
  • United States Naval Chronicle
  • Universalist
  • Universalist Watchman, Repository and Chronicle
  • Utica Christian Repository, Containing Various Pieces on Doctrinal and Practical Subjects of Religion, Mostly Original
  • Vaccine Inquirer; or, Miscellaneous Collections Relative to Vaccination
  • Village Museum
  • Virginia Evangelical and Literary Magazine
  • Virginia Literary Museum and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences, etc.
  • Washington Quarterly Magazine of Arts, Science, and Literature
  • Watchman-Examiner, a National Baptist Paper
  • Weekly Recorder; A Newspaper Conveying Important Intelligence and Other Useful Matter Under the Three General Heads of Theology, Literature, and National Affairs
  • Weekly Visitor and Ladies’ Museum
  • Wesleyan Repository
  • Western Journal of the Medical and Physical Sciences
  • Western Ladies’ Casket
  • Western Luminary
  • Western Minerva; or, American Annals of Knowledge and Literature
  • Western Monthly Review
  • Western New York Baptist Magazine
  • Western Quarterly Reporter of Medical, Surgical, and Natural Science
  • Western Recorder
  • Western Review
  • Western Review and Miscellaneous Magazine, a Monthly Publication Devoted to Literature and Science
  • Westminster Review
  • Worcester Magazine and Historical Journal
  • Workingman’s Advocate
  • Yankee and Boston Literary Gazette
  • Youth’s Companion
  • Zion’s Herald

1830-1839

  • Abolitionist; or, Record of the New England Anti-Slavery Society
  • Actors by Gaslight; or, “Boz” in the Boxes
  • Advocates for the Testimony of God, As It is Written in the Books of Nature and Revelation
  • Advocate of Peace
  • Advocate of Science
  • Advocate of Science, and Annals of Natural History
  • African Repository
  • Albany Bouquet and Literary Spectator
  • Albion, a Journal of News, Politics, and Literature
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Boston. Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • American Almanac and Repository of Useful Knowledge
  • American Annals of Education
  • American Anti-Slavery Reporter
  • American Biblical Repository
  • American Education Society Quarterly Journal
  • American Farmer, and Spirit of the Agricultural Journals . . .
  • American Farmer, Containing Original Essays . . .
  • American Farmer; Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture, and Rural Life
  • American Historical Magazine
  • American Journal and Annals of Education and Instruction
  • American Journal of Education
  • American Journal of Education and Monthly Lyceum
  • American Journal of Homeopathy
  • American Journal of Homeopathia
  • American Journal of the Medical Sciences
  • American Journal of Pharmacy
  • American Journal of Science
  • American Jurist and Law Magazine
  • American Ladies’ Magazine
  • American Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge
  • American Masonic Register and Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Magazine
  • American Masonic Register and Literary Companion
  • American Medical Intelligencer
  • American Monthly Magazine
  • American Monthly Review
  • American National Preacher
  • American Quarterly Register
  • American Quarterly Review
  • American Repertory of Arts, Sciences, and Useful Literature
  • American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine
  • Anti-Masonic Review, and Magazine; Published Monthly in the City of New York
  • Anti-Slavery Examiner
  • Anti-Slavery Record
  • Anti-Slavery Reporter
  • Ariel
  • Army and Navy Chronicle
  • Asiatic Researches; or, Transactions of the Society Instituted in Bengal . . .
  • Athenaeum; A Journal of Literature, Science, the Fine Arts, Music and the Drama
  • Atheneum; or, Spirit of the English Magazines
  • Atlantic Journal and Friend of Knowledge
  • Atlantic Souvenir
  • Aurora
  • Baltimore Literary and Religious Magazine
  • Baltimore Medical and Surgical Journal and Review
  • Baltimore Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery
  • Baltimore Monument
  • Banner of the Constitution
  • Baptist Missionary Magazine
  • Bell’s Literary Intelligence and New National Omnibus
  • Biblical Repository and Classical Review
  • Biblical Repository and Quarterly Observer
  • Boston Cultivator
  • Boston Literary Magazine
  • Boston Masonic Mirror
  • Boston Mechanic, and the Journal of the Useful Arts and Sciences
  • Boston Musical Gazette
  • Boston Pearl, A Gazette of Polite Literature
  • Boston Quarterly Review
  • Boston Recorder
  • Boston Recorder and Religious Telegraph
  • Boston Weekly Magazine
  • British Critic, and Quarterly Theological Review
  • British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and Ecclesiastical Information, Parochial History, and Documents Respecting the State of the Poor, Progress of Education, etc.
  • Brown’s Literary Omnibus
  • Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine and American Monthly Review
  • Cambrian and Caledonian Quarterly Magazine and Celtic Repertory
  • Cambridge University Magazine
  • Carey’s Library of Choice Literature
  • Carolina Law Journal
  • Catholic Telegraph
  • Charleston Gospel Messenger and Protestant Episcopal Register
  • Child’s Newspaper
  • Christian Advocate (Chicago)
  • Christian Advocate (Philadelphia)
  • Christian Advocate (Pittsburgh)
  • Christian Examiner and General Review
  • Christian Index
  • Christian Intelligencer
  • Christian Intelligencer and Eastern Chronicle
  • Christian Journal and Literary Register
  • Christian Observer
  • Christian Observer, Conducted by Members of the Established Church
  • Christian Reflector
  • Christian Register (Boston, Mass.)
  • Christian Register and Boston Observer
  • Christian Remembrancer
  • Christian Review
  • Christian Secretary
  • Chronicles of the North American Savages
  • Cincinnati Mirror, and Western Gazette of Literature, Science, and the Arts
  • Cobbett’s Magazine
  • Cobbett’s Political Register (London)
  • Cohen’s Gazette and Lottery Register
  • Colonization Herald and General Register
  • Colonizationist and Journal of Freedom
  • Common School Advocate
  • Common School Assistant
  • Common School Journal
  • Congregationalist and Herald of Gospel Liberty
  • Connecticut Common School Journal
  • El Correo
  • Corsair
  • Cultivator
  • Dollar Magazine; A Literary, Political, Advertising, and Miscellaneous Newspaper
  • Dramatic Magazine
  • Eastern Magazine
  • Eclectic Review
  • Elders Journal of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Utah and the Mormons)
  • Englishman’s Magazine
  • Episcopal Recorder
  • Episcopal Watchman
  • Euterpeiad; An Album of Music, Poetry, and Prose
  • Evangelical Inquirer (Utah and the Mormons)
  • Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate
  • Evangelist and Religious Review
  • Every Body’s Album; A Humorous Collection of Tales, Quips, Quirks, Anecdotes, and Facetiae
  • Examiner, A Weekly Paper on Politics, Literature, Music and Fine Arts
  • Expositor and Universalist Review
  • Expositor
  • Family Lyceum
  • Family Magazine
  • Family Magazine; or, Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge
  • Farmer and Gardener . . .
  • Farmers’ Cabinet and American Herdbook
  • Farmers’ Register; A Monthly Publication
  • Femme Nouvelle
  • Fessenden’s Silk Manual and Practical Farmer
  • Friend; A Religious and Literary Journal (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Gardener’s Magazine and Register of Rural and Domestic Improvement
  • Genesee Farmer
  • Genius of Universal Emancipation
  • Gentleman’s Magazine
  • Godey’s Magazine
  • Gospel Messenger, and Protestant Episcopal Register
  • Gospel Messenger, and Southern Episcopal Register
  • Graham Journal of Health and Longevity
  • Graham’s American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and Fashion
  • Green Mountain Repository
  • Harbinger of the Mississippi Valley
  • Harvardiana
  • Hazard’s Registe of Pennsylvania, Devoted to the Preservation of Facts and Documents, and Every Kind of Useful Information Respecting the State of Pennsylvania
  • Herald of Gospel Liberty
  • Hesperian; A Monthly Miscellany of General Literature, Original and Select
  • Historical Family Library, Devoted to the Republication of Standard History
  • Historisch-Politische Blatter fur das Katholische Deutschland
  • Horticultural Register and Gardener’s Magazine
  • Huntress
  • Hunt’s Merchants’ Magazine
  • Illinois Monthly Magazine
  • Investigator and Expositor
  • Irish Shield
  • Jesuit; or, Catholic Sentinal
  • Journal des Debats; Politiques et Litteraires
  • Journal de St. Petersburg, Politique et Litteraire
  • Journal of Belles Lettres
  • Journal of Education
  • Journal of Health
  • Journal of Humanity
  • Journal of the Franklin Institute
  • Journal of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy
  • Juvenile Miscellany
  • Knickerbocker; or, New York Monthly Magazine
  • Ladies’ Companion and Literary Expositor
  • Ladies’ Garland and Family Wreath Embracing Tales, Sketches, Incidents, History, Poetry, Music, Etc.
  • Ladies’ Museum (London, England)
  • Latter Day Saints Messenger and Advocate (Utah and the Mormons)
  • Liberator
  • Liberty Bell
  • Literary and Theological Review
  • Literary Cabinet and Western Olive Branch
  • Literary Examiner and Western Monthly Review
  • Literary Gazette
  • Literary Geminae, A Monthly Magazine in English and French
  • Literary Guardian, and Spectator of Books, Fine Arts, Public Amusements, and Fashions
  • Literary Inquirer
  • Literary Journal; A Repository of Polite Literature and Fine Arts
  • Literary Magazine
  • Literary Tablet
  • London Co-Operative Magazine
  • London Review
  • Louisville Journal of Medicine and Surgery
  • Madras Journal of Literature and Science
  • Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge
  • Magnolia; or, Literary Tablet
  • Maine Farmer
  • Man
  • Masonic Mirror
  • Massachusetts Medical Society Medical Communications
  • Mechanic
  • Mechanics’ Magazine, and Journal of the Mechanics’ Institute
  • Mechanics’ Magazine and Register of Inventions and Improvements
  • Medical Examiner
  • Merchants’ Magazine and Commercial Review
  • Methodist Review
  • Metropolitan Magazine
  • Military and Naval Magazine of the United States
  • Military Magazine, and Record of the Volunteers of the City and County of Philadelphia
  • Missionary Herald at Home and Abroad
  • Monthly American Journal of Geology and Natural Science
  • Monthly Chronicle
  • Monthly Law Reporter
  • Monthly Magazine (London)
  • Monthly Miscellany of Religion and Letters
  • Monthly Repository and Library of Entertaining Knowledge
  • Monthly Repository (London)
  • Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature
  • Monthly Review
  • Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art
  • Musical Magazine
  • Musical Magazine; or, Repository of Musical Science, Literature, and Intelligence
  • National Preacher and Village Pulpit
  • New England Farmer, and Horticultural Register
  • New-England Galaxy
  • New England Journal of Medicine
  • New-England Magazine
  • New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal
  • New Sporting Magazine
  • New World
  • New York Farmer
  • New York Literary Gazette
  • New York Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Science, Etc.
  • New York Medical and Physical Journal
  • New York Mirror: A weekly gazette of literature and the fine arts
  • New York Observer and Chronicle
  • New York Review
  • New York Telescope
  • New-Yorker
  • Niles’ National Register, Containing Political, Historical, Geographical, Scientifical, Statistical, Economical, and Biographical Documents, Essays and Facts; Together with Notices of the Arts and Manufactures, and a Record of the Events of the Time
  • North American Quarterly Magazine
  • North American Review
  • Oregonian and Indian’s Advocate
  • Parley’s Magazine
  • Parlour Review and Journal of Music, Literature, and the Fine Arts
  • Paul Pry
  • Periodical Library
  • Phalange; Revue de la Science Sociale
  • Phalanstere
  • Philadelphia Album and Ladies’ Literary Portfolio
  • Philanthropist
  • Phrenological Journal and Science of Health
  • Poughkeepsie Casket: A Semi-Monthly Literary Journal, Devoted Exclusively to the Different Branches of Polite Literature
  • Portland Magazine; Devoted to Literature
  • Princeton Review
  • Quarterly Christian Spectator
  • Quarterly Sunday-School Magazine
  • Reforme Industrielle
  • Reformer and Christian
  • Reformer and Christian; A Religious Work Published Monthly
  • Religious Intelligencer . . . Containing the Principal Transactions of the Various Bible and Missionary Societies, with Particular Accounts of Revivals of Religion
  • Religious Monitor and Evangelical Repository
  • Republic of Letters; A Republication of Standard Literature
  • Rose of the Valley
  • Rural Repository Devoted to Polite Literature, such as Moral and Sentimental Tales, Original Communications, Biography, Traveling Sketches, Poetry, Amusing Miscellany, Humorous and Historical Anecdotes, &c.
  • Saturday Evening Post
  • Scripture Interpreter
  • Select Journal of Foreign Periodical Literature
  • Southern Literary Journal and Magazine of Arts
  • Southern Literary Messenger; Devoted to Every Department of Literature, and the Fine Arts
  • Southern Review
  • Southern Rose
  • Spectator (London)
  • Spirit of the Age and Journal of Humanity
  • Spirit of the Pilgrims
  • Spirit of the Times; A Chronicle of the Turf, Agriculture, Field Sports, Literature, and the Stage
  • Tait’s Edinburgh Magazine
  • Talisman
  • Tatler
  • Tennessee Baptist
  • Tennessee Farmer, A Monthly Publication Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture, and the Useful Arts
  • Theological Repertory, and Churchman’s Guide
  • Transylvania Journal of Medicine and the Associate Sciences
  • United Brethren’s Missionary Intelligencer, and Religious Miscellany; Containing the Most Recent Accounts Relating to the United Brethren’s Missions Among the Heathen; With Other Interesting Communications from the Records of that Church
  • United States Catholic Miscellany
  • United States Democratic Review
  • United States Law Intelligencer and Review
  • Universalist
  • Universalist Expositor
  • Universalist Watchman, Repository and Chronicle
  • Virginia Literary Museum and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences, etc.
  • Waldie’s Select Circulating Library
  • Watchman-Examiner, a National Baptist Paper
  • Western Academician and Journal of Education and Science
  • Western Christian Advocate
  • Western Examiner
  • Western Farmer and Gardner; Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture, and Rural Economy
  • Western Journal of the Medical and Physical Sciences
  • Western Literary Journal, and Monthly Review
  • Western Luminary
  • Western Messenger; Devoted to Religion, Life, and Literature
  • Western Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal
  • Western Monthly Review
  • Western Recorder
  • Westminster Review
  • Workingman’s Advocate
  • World Affairs
  • Wreath
  • Yale Literary Magazine
  • Young Mechanic
  • Youth’s Companion
  • Zion’s Herald
  • Zodiac, A Monthly Periodical Devoted to Science, Literature, and the Arts

1840-1849

  • Advocate of Peace
  • Advocate of Peace and Universal Brotherhood
  • African Repository
  • Ainsworth’s Magazine; A Miscellany of Romance, General Literature, and Art
  • Albion, A Journal of News, Politics, and Literature
  • Amaranth
  • Amaranth; or, Token of Remembrance
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Boston. Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • American Agriculturist
  • American Almanac and Repository of Useful Knowledge
  • American Biblical Repository
  • American Eagle Magazine; A Journal Dedicated to Science, Art, and Literature
  • American Eclectic and Museum of Foreign Literature
  • American Eclectic; or, Selections from the Periodical Literature of all Foreign Countries
  • American Education Society Quarterly Journal
  • American Farmer, and Spirit of the Agricultural Journals . . .
  • The American Farmer; Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture, and Rural Life
  • American Farmer’s Magazine
  • American Journal of Homeopathy
  • American Journal of Medical Sciences
  • American Journal of Music and Musical Visitor
  • American Journal of Pharmacy
  • American Journal of Science
  • American Jurist and Law Magazine
  • American Laborer
  • American Law Journal
  • American Law Magazine
  • American Literary Magazine
  • American Magazine, and Repository of Useful Literature
  • American Masonic Register and Literary Companion
  • American Medical Intelligencer
  • American Metropolitan Magazine
  • American National Preacher
  • American Pioneer
  • American Quarterly Register
  • American Quarterly Register and Magazine
  • American Railway Times
  • American Repertory of Arts, Sciences, and Manufactures
  • American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine
  • American Whig Review
  • Anglo-American, A Journal of Literature, News, Politics, the Drama, Fine Arts, etc.
  • Anglo-American Magazine
  • Anti-Slavery Examiner
  • Arcturus, A Journal of Books and Opinion
  • Aristidean: A magazine of reviews, politics and light literature
  • Army and Navy Chronicle
  • Army and Navy Chronicle, and Scientific Repository
  • Arthur’s Ladies’ Magazine of Elegant Literature and the Fine Arts
  • Artist; A Monthly Lady’s Book
  • Artist and Lady’s World
  • Athenaeum; A Journal of Literature, Science, the Fine Arts, Music, and the Drama
  • Baltimore Literary and Religious Magazine
  • Baltimore Monthly Visitor
  • Baltimore Phoenix and Budget
  • Bankers’ Magazine
  • Baptist Missionary Magazine
  • Biblical Repository and Classical Review
  • Bibliotecha Sacra
  • Boston Cultivator
  • Boston Miscellany of Literature and Fashion
  • Boston Musical Review
  • Boston Quarterly Review
  • Boston Recorder
  • Boston Weekly Magazine
  • Boston Weekly Magazine
  • Boys’ and Girls’ Magazine, and Fireside Companion
  • British Critic, and Quarterly Theological Review
  • British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and Ecclesiastical Information, Parochial History, and Documents Respecting the State of the Poor, Progress of Education, etc.
  • Broadway Journal
  • Brother Jonathan
  • Brownson’s Quarterly Review
  • Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine and American Monthly Review
  • Calcutta Journal of Natural History and Miscellany of the Arts and Science in India
  • Calcutta Review
  • Cambridge University Magazine
  • Campbell’s Foreign Monthly Magazine
  • Campbell’s Foreign Semi-Monthly Magazine
  • Casket
  • Catholic Telegraph
  • Charleston Gospel Messenger and Protestant Episcopal Register
  • Cherokee Messenger
  • Child’s Friend
  • Child’s Friend and Family Magazine
  • Child’s Friend and Youth’s Magazine
  • Christian Advocate (Chicago)
  • Christian Advocate (Pittsburgh)
  • Christian Examiner and General Review
  • Christian Examiner and Religious Miscellany
  • Christian Index
  • Christian Inquirer
  • Christian Intelligencer
  • Christian Observatory: A Religious and Literary Magazine
  • Christian Observer
  • Christian Observer, Conducted by Members of the Established Church
  • Christian Parlor Magazine
  • Christian Reflector
  • Christian Register
  • Christian Register and Boston Observer
  • Christian Remembrancer
  • Christian Review
  • Christian Secretary
  • Church Review
  • Church Review, and Ecclesiastical Register
  • Cincinnati Weekly Herald and Philanthropist
  • Columbian Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine, Embracing Literature in Every Department: Embellished with the finest steel and mezzotint engravings, music, and colored fashions
  • Columbian Magazine
  • Common School Advocate
  • Common School Assistant
  • Common School Journal
  • Congregationalist and Herald of Gospel Liberty
  • Connecticut Common School Journal
  • Corsair
  • Crisis
  • Cultivator
  • Cumberland Presbyterian Review
  • Daguerreotype: A magazine of foreign literature and science: Comprised chiefly from the periodical publications of England, France, and Germany
  • De Bow’s Review
  • Dial: A magazine for literature, philosophy, and religion
  • District School Journal of the State of New York
  • Dollar Magazine
  • Dramatic Mirror and Literary Companion
  • Dwight’s American Magazine, and Family Newspaper
  • Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature
  • Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art
  • Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art
  • Eclectic Review
  • Elephant
  • English Review
  • Episcopal Recorder
  • Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate
  • Evangelist and Religious Review
  • Evergreen
  • Every Youth’s Gazette, A Semi-Monthly Journal Devoted to the Amusement, Instruction, and Moral Culture of the Young
  • Examiner, A Weekly Paper on Politics, Literature, Music, and Fine Arts
  • Examiner and Hesperian
  • Expositor and Universalist Review
  • Facts for the People of the Free States
  • Family Favorite and Temperance Journal
  • Family Magazine
  • Farmers’ Cabinet and American Herdbook
  • Farmers’ Register; A Monthly Publication
  • Fine Arts Journal; A Weekly Record of Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, Music, the Drama, and Polite Literature
  • Friend; A Religious and Literary Journal (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Friends’ Intelligencer
  • Friends’ Review; A Religious, Literary, and Miscellaneous Journal
  • Gardener’s Magazine and Register of Rural and Domestic Improvement
  • Genessee Farmer
  • Godey’s Magazine
  • Gospel Reflector, in which the Doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is Set Forth (Utah and the Mormons)
  • Graham’s American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and Fashion
  • Graham’s Magazine
  • Green Mountain Gem; A Monthly Journal of Literature, Science, and the Arts
  • Harbinger, Devoted to Social and Political Progress
  • Health
  • Herald of Gospel Liberty
  • Herald of Truth, A Monthly Periodical, Devoted to the Interests of Religion, Philosophy, Literature, Science, and Art
  • Hierphant; or, Monthly Journal of Sacred Symbols and Prophecy
  • Historical Family Library, Devoted to the Republication of Standard History
  • Historisch-Politische Blatter fur des Katholische Deutschland
  • Holden’s Dollar Magazine of Criticisms, Biographies, Sketches, Essays, Tales . . .
  • Home Journal
  • Horticulturist and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste
  • Huntress
  • Hunt’s London Journal
  • Hunt’s Merchants’ Magazine
  • Ilustracion, Periodico Universal
  • Illustrated Family Magazine; For the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge
  • Independent
  • Investigator and Advocate of Independence
  • Investigator and Expositor
  • Iris; or, Literary Messenger
  • John-Donkey
  • Journeaux Ephemeres
  • Journal des Debats; Politiques et Litteraires
  • Journal of Agriculture
  • Journal of Belles-Lettres
  • Journal of Education
  • Journal of Prison Discipline and Philanthropy
  • Journal of the Franklin Institute
  • Judy
  • Junius Tracts
  • Knickerbocker; or, New York Monthly Magazine
  • Ladies’ Companion and Literary Expositor
  • Ladies’ Garland and Family Wreath Embracing Tales, Sketches, Incidents, History, Poetry, Music, etc.
  • Ladies’ Magazine of Literature, Fashion, and Fine Arts
  • Ladies’ National Magazine
  • Ladies’ Repository; A Monthly Periodical, Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion
  • Ladies’ Wreath, A Magazine Devoted to Literature, Industry, and Religion
  • Lady’s Pearl
  • Lady’s World
  • Lady’s World of Fashion
  • Latter Day Saints Millennial Star (Utah and the Mormons)
  • Liberator
  • Liberty Bell
  • Literary Casket
  • Literary Emporium; A Compendium of Religious, Literary, and Philosophical Knowledge
  • Literary Geminae, A Monthly Magazine in English and French
  • Literary Messenger
  • Literary Union: A Journal of Progress, in Literature and Education, Religion, and Politics, Science, and Agriculture
  • Literary World
  • Living Age
  • London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science
  • Lowell Offering
  • Madras Journal of Literature and Science
  • Magazine for the Million
  • Magnolia; or, Southern Apalachian
  • Maine Farmer
  • Massachusetts Medical Society Medical Communications
  • Massachusetts Ploughman and New England Journal of Agriculture
  • Massachusetts Quarterly Review
  • Massachusetts Teacher: A journal of school and home education
  • Mechanic Apprentice
  • Mechanic’s Advocate
  • Medical and Surgical Reporter
  • Medical Examiner
  • Medical News
  • Mercersburg Review
  • Merchants’ Magazine and Commercial Review
  • Messenger and Advocate of the Church of Christ (Utah and the Mormons)
  • Methodist Review
  • Metropolitan Magazine
  • Michigan Farmer
  • Military Magazine, and Record of the Volunteers of the City and County of Philadelphia
  • Missionary Herald at Home and Abroad
  • Mistletoe
  • Monthly Chronicle
  • Monthly Law Reporter
  • Monthly Magazine (London)
  • Monthly Miscellany of Religion and Letters
  • Monthly Offering
  • Monthly Review
  • Morris’s National Press, A Journal for Home
  • Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art
  • Musical Magazine; or, Repository of Musical Science, Literature, and Intelligence
  • Musical Reporter
  • Nassau Literary Magazine
  • National Anti-Slavery Standard
  • National Era
  • National Police Gazette
  • National Preacher and Village Pulpit
  • New England Farmer; A Monthly Journal
  • New England Farmer and Horticultural Register
  • New England Journal of Medicine
  • New Englander
  • New Englander and Yale Review
  • New Hampshire Repository; Devoted to Education, Literature, and Religion
  • New World
  • New York Illustrated Magazine of Literature and Art
  • New York Journal of Medicine
  • New-York Mirror: A Weekly Gazette of Literature and the Fine Arts
  • New York Observer and Chronicle
  • New York Review
  • New York State Mechanic; or, Journal of the Manual Arts, Trades, and Manufactures
  • New-Yorker
  • Niles’ National Register, Containing Political, Historical, Geographical, Scientifical, Statistical, Economical, and Biographical Documents, Essays, and Facts; Together with Notices of the Arts and Manufacturers, and a Record of the Events of the Time
  • North American Review
  • North British Review
  • Northern Light: Devoted to free discussion, and to the diffusion of useful knowledge, miscellaneous literature, and general intelligence
  • Ohio Cultivator
  • Ohio Medical and Surgical Journal
  • Olden Time; A Monthly Publication, Devoted to the Preservation of Documents and Other Authentic Information in Relation to the Early Explorations, and the Settlement and Improvement of the Country Around the Head of the Ohio
  • Orion, A Monthly Magazine of Literature and Art
  • Parley’s Magazine
  • Paul Pry
  • Pathfinder
  • Peterson’s Magazine
  • Phalange; Revue de la Science Sociale
  • Phalanx; Organ of the Doctrine of Association
  • Philanthropist
  • Phrenological Journal and Science of Health
  • Pioneer
  • Poughkeepsie Casket: A semi-monthly literary journal, devoted exclusively to the different branches of polite literature
  • Prairie Farmer
  • Present
  • Potter’s Examiner and Workman’s Advocate
  • Princeton Review
  • Prisoner’s Friend: A monthly magazine devoted to criminal reform, philosophy, science, literature, and art
  • Prospective Review
  • Puritan Recorder
  • Railway Times
  • Rambler; A Catholic Journal and Review of Home and Foreign Literature
  • Reformed Church Messenger
  • Reformed Church Review
  • Religious Cabinet: A monthly periodical
  • Religious Monitor and Evangelical Repository
  • Rhode Island Institute of Instruction
  • Robert Merry’s Museum
  • Robert’s Semi-Monthly Magazine for Town and Country
  • Rough and Ready
  • Rover: A Weekly Magazine of Tales, Poetry, and Engravings; Also Sketches of Travel, History, and Biography
  • Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Ceylon Branch. Colombo. Journal
  • Rural Repository Devoted to Polite Literature, such as Moral and Sentimental Tales, Original Communications, Biography, Traveling Sketches, Poetry, Amusing Miscellany, Humorous and Historical Anecdotes, &c.
  • Rutgers Literary Miscellany
  • Sargent’s New Monthly Magazine, of Literature, Fashion, and the Fine Arts
  • Sartain’s Union Magazine of Literature and Art
  • Saturday Evening Post
  • Scientific American
  • Southern and Western Monthly Magazine and Review
  • Southern Cultivator
  • Southern Literary Messenger; Devoted to Every Department of Literature, and the Fine Arts . . .
  • Southern Planter
  • Southern Quarterly Review
  • Spectator (London)
  • Spirit of the XIX Century
  • Spirit of the Times; A Chronicle of the Turf, Agriculture, Field Sports, Literature, and the Stage
  • Stryker’s American Register and Magazine
  • Subterranean
  • Tait’s Edinburgh Magazine
  • Tennessee Baptist
  • Theatrical Mirror and Playgoers’ Companion
  • Theatrical Programme and Entr’acte
  • Town and Country
  • Union Agriculturist and Western Prairie Farmer
  • United Brethren’s Missionary Intelligencer, and Religious Miscellany, Containing the Most Recent Accounts Relating to the United Brethern’s Missions Among the Heathen; with Other Interesting Communications from the Records of that Church
  • United States Catholic Magazine
  • United States Catholic Magazine: A monthly periodical
  • United States Catholic Magazine and Monthly Review
  • United States Democratic Review
  • Universalist
  • Universalist Quarterly and General Review
  • Universalist Watchman, Repository, and Chronicle
  • Valley Farmer
  • Virginia Historical Register, and Literary Advertiser
  • Virginia Historical Register, and Literary Companion
  • Voice of Women
  • Waldie’s Select Circulating Library
  • Walhalla
  • Watchman-Examiner, a National Baptist Paper
  • Water-Cure Journal
  • Weekly Messenger
  • Wellman’s Literary Miscellany
  • Wellman’s Miscellany
  • Western Christian Advocate
  • Western Farmer and Gardener; Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture, and Rural Economy
  • Western Journal and Civilian; Devoted to Agriculture, Manufactures, Mechanic Arts, Internal Improvement, Commerce, Public Policy, and Polite Literature
  • Western Journal of Agriculture, Manufactures, Mechanic Arts, Internal Improvement, Commerce, and General Literature
  • Western Journal of Medicine and Surgery
  • Western Law Journal
  • Western Literary Casket
  • Western Literary Journal and Monthly Review
  • Western Literary Magazine
  • Western Messenger; Devoted to Religion, Life, and Literature
  • Western Miscellany
  • Western Quarterly Review
  • Western Review
  • Westminster Review
  • Workingman’s Advocate
  • World Affairs
  • Yale Literary Magazine
  • Yankee Doodle
  • Youth’s Companion
  • Zion’s Herald