4 edition of The founding of The Cornhill magazine found in the catalog.
The founding of The Cornhill magazine
Spencer L. Eddy
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Spencer L. Eddy, Jr.|
|Series||Ball State monograph, no. 19., Publications in English,, no. 13, Ball State monograph ;, no. 19.|
|LC Classifications||PN5130.C7 E3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 49 p.|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||71631320|
When Andrew Lang began writing for The Cornhill Magazine, it was edited by Leslie Stephen (April –Dec. ); James Payne took over in By July , John St. Loe Stratchey was editor. Reginald John Smith became editor in January of (Brake and Demoor ).The UPENN Online Books page has a list of digitized copies of the magazine. Some of the . Beginning date Ending date Title Variation Cornhill Vol/date range v. (no. ); Jan. spring/summer Note Founded by George Smith.
The importance of Victorian periodicals to modern scholars can scarcely be exaggerated. In scores of journals and thousands of articles there is a remarkable record of contemporary thought in every field, with a full range of opinion on every major question - a range exceeding what could be found, in many cases, in such books as were devoted to the topic being : Walter E. Houghton. The Cornhill Magazine was a mass-circulation monthly magazine founded by George Smith (owner of the publishing firm Smith, Elder & Co.), which was first published in (Spencer L. Eddy, , p.1). It was priced at a shilling per issue, which meant it was comfortably affordable for a middle class readership. From the magazine was edited by Leslie .
Quarterly V. , January June ; new series v. , July June ; new [3d] series, v. , July June ; v. , December ; v. ; January July Founded by G. Smith with W.M. Thackeray as first editor, January March Publication suspended Volumes called new series, volumes (no. . During these years, Thackeray produced five novels, along with a number of Christmas books and two published collections of his lectures. From to , he served as the founding editor of The Cornhill Magazine, for which he published several novels and many essays. At the helm of a popular magazine, he found the success that had eluded him.
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(), and in founded The Cornhill Magazine, becoming its editor. After he died ina commemorative bust of him was placed in Westminster Abbey.
After he died ina commemorative bust of him was placed in Westminster Abbey. The Cornhill Magazine. The Cornhill Magazine was a Victorian magazine and literary journal published in London from to (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.) Publication History.
The Cornhill Magazine was founded by George Murray Smith inwith the first issue dated January A second series began inand a third in This approach was directed at the production of a series of illustrated novels, a medium in which he combined his interest in both fiction and its pictorial representation.
Smith’s published this work in his prime creation, The Cornhill Magazine. He established his periodical in and issued number one in January The Cornhill Magazine No. Summer by Quennell, Peter [ed] and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Cornhill Magazine () was a monthly Victorian magazine and literary journal named after the street address of the founding publisher Smith, Elder & Co.
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Eddy, Spencer L. Founding of The Cornhill magazine. Muncie, Ind., Ball State University, Abstract (1) from Leonard Huxley, The House of Smith, Elder (privately printed, ) pp.
71–2, –9, ; (2) from Biog. Intros, xi, xvii, and ‘The First Number of The Cornhill’, by Mrs Richmond Ritchie, Cornhill Magazine n. i () George Smith ii (–) took editorial control of the firm of Smith, Elder & Co.
inat the age of nineteen, and during his Author: George Smith, Anne Thackeray Ritchie. The Cornhill Magazine was a Victorian literary magazine named after Cornhill Street in London.
Cornhill was founded by George Murray Smith in and was published until It was a literary journal with a selection of articles on diverse subjects and serialisations of new y: United Kingdom.
Includes manuscripts and letters sent to Cornhill Magazine, the Victorian literary journal established by publisher George Murray Smith in Some proofs date from William Makepeace Thackeray's term as its first editor; his son-in-law Leslie Stephen took charge from Some correspondence to Stephen concerns the beginnings of the Dictionary of.
The Cornhill Magazine: Online content: Free online material via The Online Books Page: More information: Wikipedia article; Wikidata: First renewed issue: no issue renewals found in CCE or registered works database: First renewed contribution.
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The Cornhill Magazine: Celebrating Success BARBARA QUINN SCHMIDT Victorian Periodicals Review begins a series of essays exploring different aspects of the Cornhill Magazine, which revolutionized magazines in i by providing a monthly miscellany of pages aimed through its shilling price at the expanding number of middle-class leisure readers.
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The Founding of Cornhill Magazine - Spencer Eddy - Ball State Monograph #15 Seller Rating: % positive. History and profile. Cornhill was founded by George Murray Smith inthe first issue carrying the cover date of January It continued until It was a literary journal with a selection of articles on diverse subjects and serialisations of new hoped to gain some of the same readership enjoyed by All the Year Round, a similar magazine owned by Charles .The Cornhill Magazine (–) was a monthly Victorian magazine and literary journal named after the street address of the founding publisher Smith, Elder & Co.
at 65 Cornhill in London. In the s, under editor William Makepeace Thackeray, the paper saw a large circulation, peaking at aroundDue to emerging competitors, circulation fell to 20, by Leslie Stephen (–), the founding Editor of the Dictionary of National Biography, was one of the leading literary figures of the nineteenth century.
Stephen, the father of artist Vanessa Bell and writer Virginia Woolf, began his career writing for London publications before being appointed Editor of The Cornhill Magazine in