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The Westminster Review

The Westminster Review was a British journal of political and social commentary published in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Publication History

The Westminster Review began in 1824. It absorbed the London Review in 1836, and the Foreign Quarterly Review in 1846. In both cases, it published under a combined titles for some years before reverting to simply being called Westminster Review. A new series began in 1852, but in mid-1887 the numbering returned to counting from the overall beginning of the serial. It ceased publication in 1914. Some volumes were published in American editions; I do not know if their contents were different in any significant way from the original British editions.

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