[James Doherty, Soho School, Nassau Street, Soho: Georgian school magazine.] The Athenaeum. Conducted by the Senior Pupils of J. Doherty, Esq. A.B.

James Doherty, Soho School, Nassau Street, Soho
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9 June 1823. Vol. I. No. 7. 'Communications to be addressed (post paid) to the Editors, at C. Handy's, 50, Brewer Street, Golden Square.'
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[8]pp, 12mo, paginated 45-52. Unbound, on two loose bifoliums, one inserted inside the other. Drophead title. A short-lived periodical.The main piece, in prose, is titled 'A Dream', signed in type with an upside-down 'R.', and runs from the first page to the head of p.48; the rest of that page carries the first of three poems, 'Stanzas on the Restoration of Charles II.' The other contributions are: 'On the Discontent of Mankind' by 'H.', pp.49-50; the second of the three poems, 'Elegiac Verses on the Death of a Beloved Wife.' ('To be continued.'), pp.50-51; 'On Absolute Dominion' by 'S.P.Q.R.', p.51-52; the last of the three poems, 'Lines under a Statue of Cupid' by 'P.', p.52. At foot of p.52: 'Notice to Correspondents.' The only other reference to this periodical on OCLC JISC Library Hub Discover, is to a run of the first eleven numbers, beginning in 1823, in the British Library.