The Resource The living age

The living age

Label
The living age
Title
The living age
Title variation
Littell's living age
Title variation date
1844-1896
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Note
  • Absorbed in Nov. 1874: Every Saturday : a journal of choice reading.
  • In 1898 the Living age and the Eclectic magazine were consolidated. This involved no change in the Living age. The Eclectic magazine was increased in size and issued as the Eclectic magazine and monthly edition of the Living age.
Absorbed
Cataloging source
DLC
Characteristic
periodical
Dewey number
051
Entry convention
successive entry
Frequency
monthly
LC call number
AP2
LC item number
.L65
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Regularity
regular
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1797-1870
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Littell, Eliakim
  • E. Littell & Co
  • T. Harrington Carter & Co
  • Littell, Son & Company
  • Littell & Gay
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Great Britain
  • English literature
  • Intellectual life
  • Literature
Label
The living age
Link
https://archive.org/details/livingage00litt
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 11, 1844)-<v. 211 (Dec. 26, 1896)> also designated as [Whole] no. 1-<2738>
  • Later publishers: Littell, Son & Company ; T.H. Carter & Co. ; Littell and Gay
Cumulative index finding aids
Index is v. 1-100 (v. 1 [comprising contents of the first hundred volumes] was issued in 21 no., from 1883-1891).
Extent
1 online resource (360 v.)
Form of item
online
Note
  • Lincoln collection has 28 v.: 27 individual issues (1844-1865), and bound v. 120 (Jan.-Mar. 1874).
  • Text in two columns.
  • Individual issues, 1844-1859: Bound in paper wrappers, with printed lettering on covers, and printed illustration on front cover ; Paged continuously within volume designations ; Publisher's advertisements on cover p. [2]-[4], some with illustrations.
  • No. 2 (May 25, 1844): Inscription in ink on cover p. [1]: Mrs. Geo. Roberts, 252 Chestnut.
  • No. 4 (June 8, 1844): Stamped on cover p. [1]: Sold by Colon & Adriance, Phila.
  • No. 5 (June 15, 1844): Stamped on cover p. [1]: Sold by Colon & Adriance, Phila.
  • No. 9 (July 13, 1844): Stamped on cover p. [1]: Sold by Colon & Adriance, Phila.
  • No. 10 (July 20, 1844): Stamped on cover p. [1]: [Sold] by Colon & Adriance, Phila. ; Back cover missing.
  • No. 13 (Aug. 10, 1844): Stamped on cover p. [1]: Sold by Colon & Adriance, Phila.
  • No. 244 (Jan. 20, 1849): Signature in pencil on cover p. [1]: Ingersoll ; Stamped on cover p. [1]: From Moore's, 272 Chestnut St., Philada.
  • No. 253 (Mar. 24, 1849): Signature in pencil on cover p. [1]: Mrs. Ingorsol [Ingersoll?].
  • No. 265 (June 16, 1849): Issue number on cover p. [1] crossed out in ink, with inscription in ink: 265.
  • No. 273 (Aug. 11, 1849): Signature in pencil on cover p. [1]: Ingrosall [Ingersoll?].
  • No. 582 (July 21, 1855): Signature in pencil on cover p. [1]: Mr. Ingersoll ; Publisher's advertisements also on [8] p. at front.
  • No. 585 (Aug. 11, 1855): Signature in pencil on cover p. [1]: Ingersoll ; Publisher's advertisements also on [8] p. at front.
  • No. 592 (Sept. 29, 1855): Signature in pencil on cover p. [1] not deciphered ; Publisher's advertisements also on [8] p. at front ; Includes index to v. 46 (July-Sept. 1855).
  • No. 593 (Oct. 6, 1855): Signature in pencil on cover p. [1]: Ingersoll ; Publisher's advertisements also on [4] p. at front.
  • No. 782 (May 21, 1859): Engraved portrait of Rev. Henry Melvill on frontispiece, with facsimile [?] signature: Very faithfully yours, Henry Melvill.
  • No. 1074 (Dec. 31, 1864): Pamphlet, lacks cover ; P. 707-709: The re-election of Mr. Lincoln / from The spectator, 26 Nov. ; P. 709-711: Mr. Lincoln's re-election / from The economist, 26th Nov. ; Includes index to v. 83 (Oct.-Dec. 1864).
  • Individual issues, 1865: Pamphlets, in paper wrappers, with printed lettering on covers, printed illustrations on front cover ; Publisher's advertisements on cover p. [2]-[4], some with illustrations.
  • No. 1078 (Jan. 28, 1865): Inscription in pencil on cover p. [1]: Lincoln p. 168, Gen. Sherman p. 169, & death of Edward Everett p. 174 ; P. 168-169: The President's message / from The spectator, 24 Dec.
  • No. 1101 (July 8, 1865): Inscription in ink on cover p. [1]: Lincoln p. 13, Civil War p. 44, p. 46 ; P. 13-17: The death of President Lincoln / by Goldwin Smith ; from Macmillan's magazine.
  • Bound v. 120 (Jan.-Mar. 1874): Bound in textured cloth, with leather corners and spine, gilt-stamped lettering on spine, and sprinkled edges ; Includes index.
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/numberingPerculiarities
Vols. 37-56 also called ser. 2, v. 1-20; v. 57-88 also called ser. 3, v. 1-32; v. 89-115 also called ser. 4, v. 1-27; v. 116-199 also called ser. 5, v. 1-84; v. 200-218 also called ser. 6, v. 1-19; v. 219-287 also called ser. 7, v. 1-69; v. 288-331 also called ser. 8, v. 1-44
Publication date frequency
May 1928-Aug. 1929, Aug. 1930-1941
Publication designation
Vols. 1-360 (May 11, 1844-Aug. 1941).
Publication frequency
Monthly
Specific material designation
remote
Label
The living age
Link
https://archive.org/details/livingage00litt
Publication
Note
  • Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 11, 1844)-<v. 211 (Dec. 26, 1896)> also designated as [Whole] no. 1-<2738>
  • Later publishers: Littell, Son & Company ; T.H. Carter & Co. ; Littell and Gay
Cumulative index finding aids
Index is v. 1-100 (v. 1 [comprising contents of the first hundred volumes] was issued in 21 no., from 1883-1891).
Extent
1 online resource (360 v.)
Form of item
online
Note
  • Lincoln collection has 28 v.: 27 individual issues (1844-1865), and bound v. 120 (Jan.-Mar. 1874).
  • Text in two columns.
  • Individual issues, 1844-1859: Bound in paper wrappers, with printed lettering on covers, and printed illustration on front cover ; Paged continuously within volume designations ; Publisher's advertisements on cover p. [2]-[4], some with illustrations.
  • No. 2 (May 25, 1844): Inscription in ink on cover p. [1]: Mrs. Geo. Roberts, 252 Chestnut.
  • No. 4 (June 8, 1844): Stamped on cover p. [1]: Sold by Colon & Adriance, Phila.
  • No. 5 (June 15, 1844): Stamped on cover p. [1]: Sold by Colon & Adriance, Phila.
  • No. 9 (July 13, 1844): Stamped on cover p. [1]: Sold by Colon & Adriance, Phila.
  • No. 10 (July 20, 1844): Stamped on cover p. [1]: [Sold] by Colon & Adriance, Phila. ; Back cover missing.
  • No. 13 (Aug. 10, 1844): Stamped on cover p. [1]: Sold by Colon & Adriance, Phila.
  • No. 244 (Jan. 20, 1849): Signature in pencil on cover p. [1]: Ingersoll ; Stamped on cover p. [1]: From Moore's, 272 Chestnut St., Philada.
  • No. 253 (Mar. 24, 1849): Signature in pencil on cover p. [1]: Mrs. Ingorsol [Ingersoll?].
  • No. 265 (June 16, 1849): Issue number on cover p. [1] crossed out in ink, with inscription in ink: 265.
  • No. 273 (Aug. 11, 1849): Signature in pencil on cover p. [1]: Ingrosall [Ingersoll?].
  • No. 582 (July 21, 1855): Signature in pencil on cover p. [1]: Mr. Ingersoll ; Publisher's advertisements also on [8] p. at front.
  • No. 585 (Aug. 11, 1855): Signature in pencil on cover p. [1]: Ingersoll ; Publisher's advertisements also on [8] p. at front.
  • No. 592 (Sept. 29, 1855): Signature in pencil on cover p. [1] not deciphered ; Publisher's advertisements also on [8] p. at front ; Includes index to v. 46 (July-Sept. 1855).
  • No. 593 (Oct. 6, 1855): Signature in pencil on cover p. [1]: Ingersoll ; Publisher's advertisements also on [4] p. at front.
  • No. 782 (May 21, 1859): Engraved portrait of Rev. Henry Melvill on frontispiece, with facsimile [?] signature: Very faithfully yours, Henry Melvill.
  • No. 1074 (Dec. 31, 1864): Pamphlet, lacks cover ; P. 707-709: The re-election of Mr. Lincoln / from The spectator, 26 Nov. ; P. 709-711: Mr. Lincoln's re-election / from The economist, 26th Nov. ; Includes index to v. 83 (Oct.-Dec. 1864).
  • Individual issues, 1865: Pamphlets, in paper wrappers, with printed lettering on covers, printed illustrations on front cover ; Publisher's advertisements on cover p. [2]-[4], some with illustrations.
  • No. 1078 (Jan. 28, 1865): Inscription in pencil on cover p. [1]: Lincoln p. 168, Gen. Sherman p. 169, & death of Edward Everett p. 174 ; P. 168-169: The President's message / from The spectator, 24 Dec.
  • No. 1101 (July 8, 1865): Inscription in ink on cover p. [1]: Lincoln p. 13, Civil War p. 44, p. 46 ; P. 13-17: The death of President Lincoln / by Goldwin Smith ; from Macmillan's magazine.
  • Bound v. 120 (Jan.-Mar. 1874): Bound in textured cloth, with leather corners and spine, gilt-stamped lettering on spine, and sprinkled edges ; Includes index.
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/numberingPerculiarities
Vols. 37-56 also called ser. 2, v. 1-20; v. 57-88 also called ser. 3, v. 1-32; v. 89-115 also called ser. 4, v. 1-27; v. 116-199 also called ser. 5, v. 1-84; v. 200-218 also called ser. 6, v. 1-19; v. 219-287 also called ser. 7, v. 1-69; v. 288-331 also called ser. 8, v. 1-44
Publication date frequency
May 1928-Aug. 1929, Aug. 1930-1941
Publication designation
Vols. 1-360 (May 11, 1844-Aug. 1941).
Publication frequency
Monthly
Specific material designation
remote

Library Locations

  • Internet ArchiveBorrow it
    300 Funston Ave, San Francisco, CA, 94118, US
    37.7823215 -122.4716373

Library Links

Processing Feedback ...