Boston Weekly Magazine
The Boston Weekly Magazine (1802–1808) of Boston, Massachusetts, was established by Gilbert & Dean in 1802, "devoted to morality, literature, biography, history, the fine arts, agriculture, &c. &c.". Joshua Belcher, Samuel T. Armstrong, Oliver C. Greenleaf, and Susanna Rowson were also affiliated with its production. The magazine ceased in 1808.
- Boston Weekly Magazine, no.1, Oct. 30, 1802
- Mott, Frank Luther (1930). A History of American Magazines. I, 1741–1850. Harvard University Press. p. 247+.
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- Boston Weekly Magazine. Boston: Gilbert & Dean. v.1 (1802–1803); v.2 (1803–1804); v.3 (1804–1805).
- Rollo G. Silver. Belcher & Armstrong Set up Shop: 1805. Studies in Bibliography, Vol. 4, (1951/1952), pp. 201–204
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