Christian Observer,  1 (1802), 33–35.

The Origin, Advantages, Disadvantages, and Importance of Literary Journals  [1/2]



Essay, Serial



Publications cited:

Journal des Sçavans Hutton 1795

    'For some time, the Royal Society [...] published at the end of each number of the Philosophical Transactions, an account of such books as related to objects of science. These transactions may therefore be considered a kind of philosophical journal; and, with the publications of other similar institutions, have frequently been classed among literary journals' (34).

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