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HIST 292: Women in Britain Since 1750 (BMC): British Periodicals in the Bryn Mawr College Library

HIST 292: Women in Britain Since 1750 (Kale). Fall 2018

British Periodicals on the B level of Canaday

The Academy and literature.   London, 1887-1915.      AP4 .A15.

The Athenæum : journal of literature, science, and the fine arts.      London [Eng.]   1831-1921.     AP4 .A8.

Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine.    1817-1888.   AP4 .B6.

The Cornhill magazine.   London, Smith, Elder and company.  1861-1978.  AP4 .C8.

The English illustrated magazine.    London : Macmillan and Co., 1883-1893.       AP4 .E5.

The Foreign quarterly review.    London. 1827-1839   AP4 .F69.

The Illustrated London news.   1914-1918, 1922-1930 (incomplete),  1949-1993.     ff AP4 .I3.

Punch, or a London Charivari.  1841-1992.  f AP101.P8

Round table.  London, 1911-1981..       AP4 .R85.

 The Westminster review.   London, Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy [etc.], 1885-1914.       AP4 .W5.

British Periodicals in Bryn Mawr's Special Collections

African Institution.  Annual reports of the Directors of the African Institution.  London: Ellerton & Henderson.  Bryn Mawr has #8-15, 1814-1821. HT857 .A47 1814-1821.

All the year round: a weekly journal; conducted by Charles Dickens.  London: Chapman & Hall, 1859-1868.  820.5 Al51

Central Africa : a monthly record of the work of the  universities' mission, edited by the Rev. R.M. Heanley. London : Wells Gardner, Darton & Co.,  1883-1897.  BV3520.H3 1883

The Drama : or, Theatrical pocket magazine, wholly dedicated to the stage, and containing original dramatic biography, essays, criticisms, poetry, reviews, anecdotes, bon mots, chit chat; with occasional notices of the country theatres. Vols. 1-5,  1821-May 1825.  London : T. and J. Elvey.   d 792.05 D79.

East African annual. Nairobi, Kenya : s.n., ff   DT421 .E3  1930-35

Eliza Cook's journal.    London : John Owen Clarke, 1849-1854.  AP4 .E4.

The Englishwoman's domestic magazine.  London : S.O. Beeton,  1861-1864.   TT500 .E6.  

The English woman's journal.   London : The English Woman's Journal Co., 1860-1862.  AP4 .E53.

Fisher's drawing room scrap book.   London : Fisher, Son, and Jackson.   vols. 1835, 1836, 1840.   f AY11 .F4

The Gentleman's magazine, and historical chronicle. London : Printed by Edward Cave, 1731-1855.  AP4 .G3.

Household words, conducted by Charles Dickens.  London: Bradley & Evans, 1850-1859.  AP4.H9.

The international woman suffrage news: the monthly organ of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance. London : The Alliance, 1917-1920. (successor to Jus Suffragii.     f  JF847 .I66.

Jus suffragii: monthly organ of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance.   Rotterdam and London: The Alliance, 1914-1916. (predecessor of the International Woman Suffrage News).   f JF847.I66.

The Monthly packet of evening readings for members of the English Church, edited by Charlotte M Yonge, Christabel R Coleridge,     London : John and Charles Mozley. 1851-1894. vols 1881-1892.

Once a week.  London: Bradbury & Evans, 1859-1874.  AP4.04.

The Penny magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.    London : Charles Knight ; New York : William Jackson, 1833- 1840.    f AP4 .P41

Town and country magazine, or Universal repository of knowledge, instruction and entertainment.  London: Printed for A. Hamilton, 1769-1794.   AP3.T6