The Penny Magazine (Penny) 1834

Launched, like Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal, in response to the debates around the first reform Bill, The Penny Magazine (1832-1845) was aimed at a popular audience and published and edited by Charles Knight on behalf of the Society for the Diffusion of Christian Knowledge. Priced 1d, the unstamped weekly featured wood cuts.

Poems appearing in this periodical

1834

Poem title Poets Date Vol etc. Transcribed? id #
The Vain Regret Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1834-01-04 Series: 1, Volume: 3, Issue: 113, Page: 4 no 2977
This is Life King, Henry (1592-1669) 1834-01-11 Series: 1, Volume: 3, Issue: 114, Page: 14 no 2978
A Wish Rogers, Samuel 1834-02-08 Series: 1, Volume: 3, Issue: 119, Page: 50 no 2979
Of Solitude Cowley, Abraham 1834-02-15 Series: 1, Volume: 3, Issue: 120, Page: 60 no 2980
Songs of the Seasons. I. The Spring Song C. H. (The Penny Magazine) 1834-03-08 Series: 1, Volume: 3, Issue: 124, Page: 96 no 2981
Riches Spenser, Edmund 1834-08-30 Series: 1, Volume: 3, Issue: 154, Page: 336 no 2983