Boston Magazine (1783–86)
Boston Magazine (1783–1786) was produced in Boston, Massachusetts, in the 1780s. It originated from the efforts of "a society for compiling a magazine in the town of Boston;" the society consisted of John Eliot, James Freeman, George R. Minot, Aaron Dexter, John Clarke, John Bradford, Benjamin Lincoln, Christopher Gore, and others. Publishers included John Norman, James White, Edmund Freeman, and Joseph Greenleaf. "An interesting feature of The Boston Magazine was the printing of a Geographical Gazetteer of Massachusetts, which came out as a serial number at the end of certain issues. ... In this supplement an account of twenty-one towns in Suffolk County is given." "The magazine ceased publication with Volume IV for October 1786."
- E.W. Pitcher (1980), "Fiction in the Boston Magazine (1783-1786): A Checklist with Notes on Sources", William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd series 37
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- J. Norman sc. (1784), "Portrait of His excy. John Adams, esq.", The Boston Magazine (Boston, Mass.: Norman & White). (Frontispiece portrait of John Adams)
- J. Norman sc. (March 1784), "Portrait of Revd. Samuel Cooper D.D.", The Boston Magazine (Boston, Mass.: Norman & White). (Portrait of Samuel Cooper (clergyman))
- John Norman (Apr 1784), "Engraving", Boston Magazine