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The Monthly Review (1749 - 1845) was an English periodical founded by Ralph Griffiths, a Nonconformist bookseller. It featured the novelist and poet Oliver Goldsmith as an early contributor. It was the first periodical in England to offer reviews.

Publishing history of the Monthly Review: Printed for R. Griffiths {etc.}

  • Volumes 1-81, May 1749-Dec. 1789;
  • {2d ser.} v. 1-108, Jan. 1790-Nov. 1825;
  • new {3d} ser., v. 1-15, Jan. 1826-Dec. 1830;
  • new {4th} ser., v. 1-45, Jan. 1831-Dec. 1844.

Many libraries have incorrectly catalogued the periodical as the London Monthly Review.

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