Macmillan's Magazine

Macmillan's Magazine was founded in 1859 by David Masson, the professor of English Literature at Edinburgh University. Masson was the journal's first editor (1859-68) and was followed by George Grove (1868-83), John Morley (1883-85) and Mowbray Morris (1885-1907). Contributors to the magazine included Alfred Tennyson, Thomas Hughes, Anne Clough and F. D. Maurice.