The Oxford and Cambridge Magazine (July issue)

Bell and Daldy (publisher)

Production Description

Document Title: The Oxford and Cambridge Magazine
Publisher: Bell and Daldy
Printer: Chiswick Press
City of publication: London
Date of publication: July, 1856
Edition: 1
Pagination: [389]-452
Issue: 1


Note: Page images courtesy of Florence Boos.

Cover image and advertisements courtesy of Huntington Library, San Marino, CA

Physical Description

Cover: green paper
Point: 6
Font: caslon
Lines per Page: 52
Columns: 2
Margin top: 1.4 cm
Margin bottom: 2.1 cm
Margin right: 1.9 cm
Margin left: 1.7 cm
Dimensions of Document: 21.7x14cm


  • Kelvin, The Collected Letters of William Morris , vol. I.

Scholarly Commentary

Guest Editor: PC Fleming


The seventh issue of The Oxford and Cambridge Magazine includes two pieces about the Crimean war, an essay by Robert Campbell and a poem by Fulford. Fulford also has an essay on Shakespeare in this issue, and Morris has a poem and a story. As early as the summer of 1855 Cormell Price was planning a review of Elizabeth Gaskell (see Kelvin 13), and his essay on her novels finally appeared in July.

Electronic Archive Edition: 1
Source File: ap4.o93.1.July.rad.xml
Copyright: Digital images courtesy of the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin.