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In Archibald Constable bought the magazine, and three years later amalgamated it with the Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany. Its popularity, The Edinburgh magazine, was eroded by competition with serious literary journals such as the Edinburgh Review and Blackwood's Magazine.
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Of the closely related literary magazines, one of the earliest and best was Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine (–), founded by a book publisher, William Blackwood, as a rival to the Edinburgh Review, but a less ponderous one than the Quarterly.
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Ran fiction amongst a miscellany of religious, political and literary commentary. Perhaps best known because of its prediction in for the application of electricity for transmitting messages. NCBI Bookshelf. A service of the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health.
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Routledge, pp. Author: Megan Coyer.The Athenaeum: a magazine of literary and miscellaneous information (–). Edited by John Aikin. The Cabinet (–). The Director: a weekly literary journal ().
The Irish magazine, and monthly asylum for neglected biography (–). The Edinburgh Annual Register (–). Founded by Walter Scott. The Examiner (In the English Literature subject area, Megan currently convenes the senior honours course, 'Literature and Medicine', and the Victorian williamblack.club topic course on 'Embodiments', and.