An influential monthly literary journal first edited by William Makepiece Thackeray. It has lots of illustrations. Some issues have fold-out plates. Special Collections has several, but not all, volumes bound post-production. Our volumes fall between 1860 and 1921 but is not complete. There are no advertisements.
Available online through British Periodicals Collection II.
The Fortnightly Review: London Chapman & Hall, 1865-1934. AP4 .F7.
Edited by George Henry Lewes. Special Collections has the following volumes, all bound post-production with ads removed.
Volume 2, 1865
Volumes 3-4, 1866
Volumes 21-22, 1877
Volume 24, 1878
Volume 25, 1879
Digital reproduction of full run available through British Periodicals Collection I.
Special Collections has volumes for 1841-1921. These were bound post production.
This long-running highly influential weekly comic magazine was founded by Henry Mayhew and Ebenezer Landells and edited by Mayhew and Mark Lemon.
Digital reproduction available through 19th Century UK Periodicals.
The Quarterly Review. London: John Murray, 1809-1906. AP4 .Q2.
This is a high-brow journal with essays and literature. Special Collections has just one issue, Number 47, published in 1820. It's in original wrappers with its bookseller's ticket and ads in the front and back.
A digital reproduction is available through American Antiquarian Society and British Periodicals Collections, Series I.
The Red Dragon: The National Magazine of Wales. Cardiff: Daniel Owen, Howell and Company, 1882-1887. AP4. .R24.
Edited by Charles Wilkins. Special Collections has the full run bound post production. Ads have been removed.
Time: A Monthly miscellany of interesting and amusing literature. London: 1879-. PR5821 .A4 T58.
Special Collections holds the first issue, from April 1879, which has the first appearance ever of Oscar Wilde in print--the poem, "A Conqueror of Time."