Bibliothèque universelle de Genève
The Bibliothèque universelle de Genève was an academic journal published by the faculty of the University of Geneva in Switzerland for the various French-speaking countries of Europe during the 19th century.
The initial form of the journal was the Bibliothèque Britannique, which began publication in the early 1800s, and focused on Anglo-French connections in history and the sciences. This journal was succeeded in 1816 by the Bibliothèque universelle des sciences, belles-lettres, et arts, which was published in two editions, one of which focused on agriculture, while the other focused on literature.
In 1836, the two editions were merged and given the name of Bibliothèque universelle de Genève, rédigé à Genève. The journal was published simultaneously in Geneva, Paris and Brussels. It ceased publication after 1857.
- "Bibliothèque universelle des sciences, belles-lettres, et arts (1816)". Internet Archive. Retrieved 10 December 2012.