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Vols. 1-181 (all publ.). London, 1824-1914. With general index vols. 1/24, 25/33. Reprint. Bound. € 18,600
- Vols. 1-45. 1824-1846. Bound per volume € 110
- Vols. 46-127. 1847-1887. Bound per volume € 125
- Vol. 128/1887. Bound € 225
- Vols. 129-181. 1888-1914. Bound per volume € 150
- Gen. index vols. 1/24 included in vol. 24.
- Gen. index vols. 25-33 included in vol. 33.
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- Formerly published as
LONDON AND WESTMINSTER REVIEW,
WESTMINSTER AND FOREIGN QUARTERLY REVIEW,
FOREIGN QUARTERLY REVIEW (also reprinted by us - see a separate entry
in this catalogue)
- Vols. 29 and 30 never published.
- The WESTMINSTER REVIEW was founded in 1824 by Jeremy Bentham and its first editor was John Browning. In 1851 it was taken over and edited by John Chapman, with George Eliot as assistant editor from 1851-1853. Through his disciples James Mill, John Stuart Mill, Ricardo, Sir Samuel Romilly, Henry Brougham, and John Browning, Bentham exerted a great and beneficial influence on the development of English society and its institutions throughout the nineteenth century. The Westminster Review published many "firsts" of some of Britain's greatest Radical and Liberal writers and the high quality of its contributors make this an important source for the deep study of free thought and economic ideals of the last century.