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This LIST OF 18TH-CENTURY BRITISH PERIODICALS excludes daily newspapers.

* The Spectator (1711)
The Spectator (1711)
, (1711–1714) daily 1711–1712, founded by Joseph Addison
Joseph Addison
and Richard Steele , in 1714 three times a week for six months, but collected in book form it remained hugely popular for the rest of the century. * Vetusta Monumenta
Vetusta Monumenta
(1718–1906) Illustrated antiquarian papers at intermittent intervals, published by the Society of Antiquaries of London . * The Gentleman\'s Magazine (1731–1907). Monthly. * The London Magazine
The London Magazine
(1732–1785) * The Bee (1733-1735). Founded by Eustace Budgell. * Lloyd\'s List (1734–). Weekly, then semi-weekly. * The Scots Magazine (1739–1826). * The Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure (1747–1814). Monthly. Editors included James Hinton , W. Bent, and Percival Stockdale . * The Monthly Review (1749–1845). Monthly. Founded by Ralph Griffiths and Robert Dodsley . Oliver Goldsmith was a contributor. * The Rambler (1750–1752). Twice weekly. * The World
The World
(1753-1756). Every Thursday. Founded by "Adam Fitz-Adam" (i.e. Edwin Moore) and published by the Dodsleys. * The Connoisseur (1754–1756). Weekly. * The Critical Review
The Critical Review
(1756–1817) * The Annual Register
Annual Register
(1758–). Annually. * The Bee (1759–1759) * Exeter Mercury or West Country Advertiser, later Trewman\'s Exeter Flying Post (1763–1917) * The Gospel Magazine (1766–) * Theological Repository (1769–1771, 1784, 1786, 1788) * Town and Country Magazine (1769–) * Lady\'s Magazine (1770–1837). Monthly. * The Building Magazine (1774–78) * Wesleyan Methodist Magazine (1778–1969). Monthly * The Arminian Magazine (1778–1913) * The European Magazine, and London Review (1782–1826). Founded by James Perry ; later edited by Isaac Reed . * A New Review (1782–1786). Edited by Paul Henry Maty . * Annals of Agriculture (1784–1815). Started by Arthur Young . * The New Town & Country Magazine (1787–89) * The Analytical Review
Analytical Review
(1788–1799) * The Botanical Magazine , subsequently Curtis's Botanical Magazine (1787–) * The Observer (1791–). Weekly. * The Sporting Magazine . (1792–). Monthly. * British Critic . Quarterly (1793–1826) * Anthologia hibernica (1793–94). Published in Dublin. * The Monthly Mirror (1795-1811). Founded by Thomas Bellamy . * The Tribune (1795–96). Edited by John Thelwall
John Thelwall
* The Aberdeen Magazine , Or, Universal Repository. (1796–98) * The Monthly Magazine
Monthly Magazine
(1796–1825). Founded by Sir Richard Phillips , edited by John Aikin
John Aikin
* The Watchman (1796). Founded and edited by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

* The Anti-Jacobin
Anti-Jacobin
, or, Weekly Examiner (1797–98) * The Anti-Jacobin
Anti-Jacobin
Review (1798–1821) * The Philosophical Magazine
Philosophical Magazine
(1798–) * The Asiatic annual register (1799–1811) * Conjuror\'s Magazine (1791-1794 ?)

SEE ALSO

* List of nineteenth-century British periodicals * List of eighteenth century journals

REFERENCES

* ^ Jr, Robert B. White, (1976). The English literary journal to 1900 : a guide to information sources. Detroit: Gale Research Co. ISBN 0-8103-1228-X . * ^ Hayden, John. O (1969). The Romantic Reviewers, 1802-1824. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

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