The Critic (magazine)

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The Critic was a magazine founded in London by John Crockford and Edward William Cox.[1] Its full title was The Critic of Literature, Science, and the Drama, and from 1843 to 1863 it was edited by James Lowe.[2]

It reviewed the world of journals, and operated from the offices of the Law Times, its origins lying in a column written in the latter. In turn it gave rise to The Clerical Journal, in 1853. In 1851/2 it featured a substantial series of articles by Francis Espinasse, as "Herodotus Smith, on the quarterly journals.[3][4]

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  3. Henry Rosenberg and Sheila Rosenberg, Bibliography of Writings on Nineteenth-Century Periodicals, Victorian Periodicals Newsletter No. 7, [Vol. 3, No. 1] (Jan., 1970), pp. 11–13, at p. 12. Published by: The Johns Hopkins University Press on behalf of the Research Society for Victorian Periodicals. Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20084827
  4. Charlotte C. Watkins, Edward William Cox and the Rise of "Class Journalism", Victorian Periodicals Review Vol. 15, No. 3 (Fall, 1982), pp. 87–93, at pp. 89–90. Published by: The Johns Hopkins University Press on behalf of the Research Society for Victorian Periodicals. Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20082036