Victorian Periodicals in Special Collections

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Title Published Holdings Type
The People Wortley: Joseph Barker v. 1-2 (1848-1849) Social movement; Politics
Annual report of the Worcestershire Vagrants Worcestershire: The Society 1884 Social movement
Cornish Magazine Truro: J. Pollard Vol. 1-2 (1888-99)[complete] Literary
Cosmopolis Stone & Kimball v. 6 nos. 16-17 (1897) Literary
Annual Report of the Southampton and District Temperance Council Southampton: Temperance Council 1899, 1912-1917, 1919-1921, 1923 Social movement
The Sabbath School Reciter's Magazine ... to which is appended, the Slingsby Monthly REgister Slingsby: the editors no. 84 (Jan. 1871) Religious
Utopia: a mutual improvement magazine Shrewsbery: Shropshire Guardian vol. 1 (1882) Arts & letters
Staunch Teetotaler Preston: Tweedie 1868 Social movement
The Spirit Lamp Oxford: James Thornton 1-4 (1892-1893)[complete] Arts & letters
The Shotover Papers, or Echoes from Oxford Oxford: J. Vincent 1:1-13 (1874-1875) [complete] Humor
The Protestant Advocate and Literary Miscellany Northampton: Wm. Stanton v. 1-2 (1856-58) Religious
Register and Almanac, North of England Temperance League Newcastle-upon-Tyne: M & MW Lambert 1850 Societies and organizations; Directory; Almanac
The Northern Tribune Newcastle-on-Tyne: J. Barlow; London: Holyoake and Co. v. 1 (1854) Current events
Stephens' Monthly Magazine Manchester: William Willis 1840 Religious; Politics
Vegetarian Messenger Manchester: Vegetarian Society 2nd series v. 1-7 (1861-67) Societies and organizations; Social movement
Science Lectures for the People Manchester: John Heywood 1866-67 Science & technology
Oddfellows' Magazine Manchester: G.M. and Board of Directors v. 6 (1840-41); series 3 v. 1-3 (1858-62) Societies and organizations
The Co-operative Wholesale Societies, Limited, England and Scotland: annual Manchester: Co-operative Wholesale Society Ltd.; Glasgow: The Scottish Co-operative Wholesale Society Ltd. 1896-1900 Societies and organizations; Economics
Our Own Gazette London: YWCA v. 2 (1885), v. 9-11 (1892-94) Girls; Children
Young England London: Young England Office v. 13 (1892), v. 16 (1895) Children; Boys