Fraser’s Magazine for Town and Country (1830–82)

Originally founded by William Maginn and Henry Fraser, Fraser’s was the forerunner of Longman’s Magazine, which took its place in 1882. According the Wellesley Index, Lang contributed the following articles:

“Rabelais and the Renaissance.” Fraser’s 81 O.S. / 1 N.S. (Mar. 1870): 363.

“The Early Life of Charles Dickens.” [On Forster’s Biography.] Fraser’s 85 O.S. / 5 N.S. (Jan. 1872): 105.

“Kalevala; or, the Finnish National Epic.” Fraser’s 85 O.S. / 5 N.S. (June 1872): 667.

“Gerard de Nerval, 1810–1855.” Fraser’s 87 O.S. / 7 N.S. (May 1873): 559.

“The Gripis-Spa: from the Elder Edda.” Fraser’s 89 O.S. / 9 N.S. (Feb. 1874): 227.

“Egypt and the pre-Homeric Greeks.” Fraser’s 100 O.S. / 20 N.S. (Aug. 1879): 171.

“The romance of the first radical; a prehistoric apologue.” Fraser’s 102 O.S. / 22 N. S. (Sep. 1880): 289.

“Mr. Carlyle’s Reminiscences.” Fraser’s 103 O.S. / 23 N.S. (Apr. 1881): 515. [Carlyle had published Sartor Resartus and other essays Fraser’s (Dictionary of Nineteenth-century Journalism 230). James Anthony Froude, editor of Carlyle’s Reminiscences, was also editor of Fraser’s from 1860–1874.]

“Mr. Max Müller’s philosophy of mythology.” Fraser’s 104 O.S., 24 N.S. (Aug. 1881): 166.

“Primitive belief and savage metaphysics.” Fraser’s 105 O.S. / 25 N.S. (June 1882): 734.

Works Consulted

The Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism. Laurel Brake and Marysa Demoor, eds. Academia Press and The British Library, 2009.

Mauer, Jr., Oscar. “Froude and Fraser’s Magazine, 1860–1874.” The University of Texas Studies in English 28 (1949): 213–43. JSTOR. Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20776003

The Wellesley Index