Young Men’s Magazine, 1858-59

This magazine first appeared in February 1858. It consisted of 24 medium octavo pages in a blue cover and ‘offering to the young Presbyterian the largest and cheapest periodical to which he could subscribe – an organ from which he may ever be able to glean something to interest and instruct.’

It was published monthly by C. Aitchison, 9 High Street, Belfast, with the aim of ‘imparting a more extended knowledge of the doctrines and history of the Church and at the same time at promoting the intellectual and literary improvement of its readers’.

From January 1859 the magazine was issued under the auspices of the Presbyterian Young Men’s Association but it would appear that the January 1859 issue was the last.

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