The Penny Magazine (Penny) 1836

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

1836

Poem title Poets Date Vol etc. Transcribed? id #
The Forging of the Anchor Ferguson, Samuel 1836-01-30 Series: 1, Volume: 5, Issue: 245, Page: 39–40 no 3148
To the Small Celandine Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1836-02-20 Series: 1, Volume: 5, Issue: 249, Page: 71 no 3149
A Kind and Gentle Temper More, Hannah 1836-04-16 Series: 1, Volume: 5, Issue: 259, Page: 150 no 3150
Patriotic Effusion to Britain Montgomery, James 1836-05-14 Series: 1, Volume: 5, Issue: 264, Page: 192 no 3151
Escape From Winter Percival, James Gates 1836-10-22 Series: 1, Volume: 5, Issue: 292, Page: 416 no 3152