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For a general introduction to and attribution listing of prose for The New Monthly Magazine see the Wellesley Index,  Volume III, pages 161-302. The Curran Index includes additions and corrections to that listing, as well as a full listing of poetry published between 1821 and 1854.
 
EDITORS: Writing of Francis Foster Barham, both the DNB and the new Oxford DNB incorrectly claim that Barham and John Abraham Heraud edited NMM. In fact, neither man was at any time or in any way connected with NMM. The error apparently can be traced to A Memorial of Francis Barham, ed. Isaac Pitman, published in London in 1873, two years after Barham’s death, and it can be explained by a study of capitalization: what Barham and Heraud edited was a new series of the Monthly Magazine, not the New Monthly (the DNB has it right in its biography of Heraud). The third and final series of the Monthly, with a minimal change in its sub-title, started in 1839, with Barham and Heraud as its editors; Barham stayed only a year as editor, Heraud three years. See Kenneth Curry, ‘The Monthly Magazine,’ in British Literary Magazines. The Romantic Age, 1789-1836, ed. Alvin Sullivan, 314-319. In applications for RLF aid (case 1167), Heraud repeatedly claimed editorship of and frequent contributions to the Monthly but never mentioned the New Monthly. [This note clarifies and supersedes that in VPR 28 (1995), 291.] [12/07]
 
Editorship. Wellesley 3:169 gives dates of Cyrus Redding’s sub-editorship as February 1821 - September 1830; those of S. C. Hall as October 1830 - December 1830. Alter this to end Redding’s sub-editorship after July 1830 and begin Hall’s in August 1830. EMC, VPR 29 (1996), 301.


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    NMM, 1a, To the Rainbow, 16 - 17, Jan 1821, Thomas Campbell, Signed T. Campbell. Reprinted in The Poetical Works of Thomas Campbell (London: Edward Moxon, 1849). [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 1b, The Lover to his Mistress on her Birth-Day, 17 - 18, Jan 1821, Thomas Campbell, Signed T. Campbell. Reprinted in The Poetical Works of Thomas Campbell (London: Edward Moxon, 1849). [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 1c, To a Child, 18 - 19, Jan 1821, Joanna Baillie, Signed Joanna Baillie. [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 13a, Knight Toggenburg. From the German of Schiller, 121 - 122, Jan 1821, Sir John Bowring, Signed Mr. Bowring. [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 14a, Sonnet to the Nightingale, 128 - 128, Jan 1821, Unknown, Signed B. [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 16a, The Maid's Remonstrance, 144 - 144, Feb 1821, Thomas Campbell, Signed T. Campbell. Reprinted in The Poetical Works of Thomas Campbell (London: Edward Moxon, 1849). [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 16b, Absence, 144 - 144, Feb 1821, Thomas Campbell, Signed T. Campbell. Reprinted in The Poetical Works of Thomas Campbell (London: Edward Moxon, 1849). [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 22a, Sonnet (Methought, that in a calm and leafy bower), 205 - 205, Feb 1821, Caroline Eliza Richardson, Reprinted in Mrs. G.G. Richardson, Poems (London: William Crofts, 1834). [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 23a, Sonnet. Marius in Carthage (Amid an empire's ruins, there sate one), 222 - 222, Feb 1821, Unknown [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 24a, Epitaph. George Charles Canning, 230 - 230, Feb 1821, Unknown [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 24b, Wedded Love. A Fragment (It was a lovely sight to witness, when), 231 - 231, Feb 1821, Thomas Campbell, possib., Signed C. [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 25a, The Spare Blanket, 236 - 239, Feb 1821, Horace Smith, Reprinted in Horace Smith, Gaieties and Gravities: A series of Sketches, Comic Tales, and Fugitive Vagaries (London: Henry Colburn, 1826). [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 27a, Lines for the Bust of Milton, 250 - 250, Feb 1821, John Johns, Reprinted in John Johns, Dews of Castalie; Poems Composed on Various Subjects and Occasions (London: R. Hunter, 1828). [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 32a, Song -- To Fanny, 294 - 294, Mar 1821, Horace Smith, Signed H. Reprinted in Horace Smith, The Poetical Works of Horace Smith, Vol I and Vol. II (London: Henry Colburn, 1846). [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 38a, The Friars of Dijon, 339 - 345, Mar 1821, Thomas Campbell, Signed T. Campbell. [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 44a, Sonnet. Written in a Blank Paper Book Given to the Author by a Friend., 388 - 388, Apr 1821, Mary Russell Mitford, Reprinted in Mary Russell Mitford, Dramatic Scenes, Sonnets, and Other Poems (London: Geo. B. Whittaker, 1827). [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 45a, On an Infant Smiling as it Awoke, 391 - 391, Apr 1821, Horace Smith, Signed H. Reprinted in Horace Smith, Gaieties and Gravities: A series of Sketches, Comic Tales, and Fugitive Vagaries (London: Henry Colburn, 1826). [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 45c, A Familiar Translation of Horace and Lydia, 392 - 392, Apr 1821, Henry Matthews, prob., Signed H.M. Attributed to Henry Matthews by Cyrus Redding in Personal Reminiscences of Eminent Men Vol 1 (London: Saunders & Otley, 1867): 233. [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 45b, Sonnet. On a Landscape by Mr. Hofland, 392 - 392, Apr 1821, Mary Russell Mitford, Reprinted in Mary Russell Mitford, Dramatic Scenes, Sonnets, and Other Poems (London: Geo. B. Whittaker, 1827). [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 57a, Danae. From a Fragment of Simonides., 484 - 484, Apr 1821, William Sotheby, prob., Reprinted in the London and Paris Ladies Magazine of Fashion in August 1848 and attributed "to the late Mr. Sotheby." [verse] (06/17)

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