The Church Review and Ecclesiastical Register

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The Church Review and Ecclesiastical Register was an Episcopal American journal publishing (under a number of different names[1]) on theological and religious matters from 1848 until 1891. The journal was founded by Nathaniel Smith Richardson. It was initially published in New Haven[2] and became one of the leading publications in the American Episcopal Church. It was quarterly, monthly, and bimonthly during its publication history.[3] The journal stopped publishing in 1891.[4]

Publication names[edit]

  • The Church Review and Ecclesiastical Register (April 1848 – April 1858; again from April 1886 – October 1889)
  • The American Quarterly Church Review and Ecclesiastical Register (July 1858 – January 1870)
  • The American Quarterly Church Review (April 1870 – October 1871)
  • [The American Church Quarterly Review, possibly a misprint, attested in 1892[5]]
  • The American Church Review (January 1872 – April 1885)
  • The Church Review (July 1885 – January 1889; again from January 1890 – October 1891)

Editors and contributors[edit]

Editors[edit]

  • Nathaniel Smith Richardson (1848–1868)
  • John McDowell Leavitt (1868–1871)
  • M.H. Mallory (1872–1874)
  • Edward B. Boggs (1875–1880)
  • Henry Mason Baum (1881–1891)

Contributors[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mott, Frank Luther (1970). A History of American Magazines: 1850-1865. Harvard UP. p. 364. 
  2. ^ "New Publications Received". The North American Review 67 (140): 264. Retrieved 13 July 2010. 
  3. ^ Armentrout, Donald S.; Robert Boak Slocum (2005). An Episcopal dictionary of the church: a user-friendly reference for Episcopalians. Church Publishing. p. 100. ISBN 978-0-89869-211-2. Retrieved 13 July 2010. 
  4. ^ HOLLIS record at Harvard University. Accessdate=13 July 2010.
  5. ^ Meyer, Lucy Rider (1892). Deaconesses, Biblical, early church, European, American: with the story of the Chicago training school, for city, home and foreign missions, and the Chicago deaconess home. Cranston & Stowe. p. 237. 
  6. ^ Brown, Theron (1897). History of the academic class of 1856, Yale University, to 1896. p. 177. 
  7. ^ Lowndes, Frederic Sawrey Archibald (1897). Bishops of the day: a biographical dictionary of the archbishops and bishops of the Church of England, and of all churches in communion therewith throughout the world. Grant Richards. p. 77.