Every Saturday: A Journal of Choice Reading Selected from Foreign Current Literature. Boston, Tichnor and Fields, 1866-74. AP2 .E89.
Special Collections has one issue only for December 15, 1866. It is still in original wrappers with ads. Every Saturday was an eclectic magazine borrowing chiefly from English journals. Reade, Yates, Dickens, and Thackeray were among the English authors. Few original American contributions appeared, although Bret Harte furnished two short pieces for publication.
The Quarterly Anti-Slavery Magazine. New York: American Anti-Slavery Society (William S. Dorr, printer), 1835-1837. E449 .Q2.
Special Collections houses the full run, comprising Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 1835)-v. 2, no. 4 (July 1837). Our copies were bound post-production. There is a poem and news clipping on the front paste-down, both referring to the same incident regarding an Indiana landowner's refusal to free slaves. The bound volume was also used by its owner to press and store dried plants.
Digitized copies available through American Antiquarian Society and HeinOnline.