THE YALE LITERARY MAGAZINE.-Conducted by the Students of
Yale University. This Magazine established February, 1836, is the oldest col-
lege periodical in America; entering upon its Fifty-ninth Volume with the
number for October, 1893. It is published by a board of Editors, annu-
ally chosen from each successive Senior Class. It thus may be fairly said
to represent in its general articles the average literary culture of the university.
In the Notabilia college topics are thoroughly discussed, and in the Memor-
abilia it is intended to make a complete record of the current events of
college life; while in the Book Notices and Editors' Table, contemporary
publications and exchanges receive careful attention.
Contributions to its pages are earnestly solicited from students of all depart-
ments, and may be sent through the Post Office. They are due the 1st of
the month. If rejected, they will be returned to their writers, whose names
will not be known outside the Editorial Board. A Gold Medal of the value
of Twenty-five Dollars, for the best written Essay, is offered for the com-
petition of all undergraduate subscribers, at the beginning of each academic
The Magazine is issued on the 15th day of each month from October to June,
inclusive; nine numbers form the annual volume, comprising at least 360
pages. The price is $3.00 per volume, 35 cents per single number. All sub-
scriptions must be paid in advance, directly to the Editors, who alone can
give receipts therefor. Upon the day of publication the Magazine is promptly
mailed to all subscribers. Single numbers are on sale at the Cooperative
Store. Back numbers and volumes can be obtained from the Editors.
A limited number of advertisements will be inserted. The character and
large circulation of the Magazine render it a desirable medium for all who
would like to secure the patronage of Yale students.
All communications, with regard to the editorial management of the
periodical, must be addressed to the EDITORS OF THE YALE LITER-
ARY MAGAZINE, New Haven, Conn.