The London Review
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London Review has formed the title or partial title of a number of periodicals, some of which lasted only for a short period. These include:
- (1775–1780) London Review of English and Foreign Literature, founded by William Kenrick.
- (1782–1826) European Magazine and London Review
- (1799–1800) New London Review.
- (1809) The London Review, edited by Richard Cumberland.<
- (1829) The London Review, founded by Nassau Senior and Richard Whately.> See Nassau William Senior#Writings.
- (1835) The London Review, founded by John Stuart Mill and other philosophical radicals, merged into the Westminster Review the following year.
- (1836) London and Westminster Review
- (1859) The London Review, edited by Charles Mackay for the first six months
- (1979, current) London Review of Books
- (current) London Review of Education.
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