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The Saturday review of politics, literature, science and art
Bib ID 3544954
Format JournalJournal
Description London : David Jones [etc.], 1855-1938 
166 v. in 164 : ill. ; 35 cm. 
Numbering Note Issues for Jan. 2-9, 1937 are called v. 163 ; Jan. 16, 1937-July 16, 1938 are published without vol. numbering. 
Notes

Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 114 (Jan. 2, 1858)

Many nos. have caption or cover title: The Saturday review.

Supplements accompany some issues.

Life Dates Vol. 1-[166] = no. 1-4319 (Nov. 3, 1855-July 16, 1938) 
Subjects England - Periodicals.
Also Titled

Saturday review

Saturday review (London, England)

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    Call Number: Sq 052 SAT
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: Vol. 6 (July 1858)-v. 21 (June 1866)
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