The Quarterly Review also used the title "London Quarterly Review" for many years with it's American Edition. Published from 1809 to 1962. American Edition copy, London Quarterly Review was published from 1834 to 1883.
London publishing house John Murray began publications in March 1809. Initially, the Quarterly was set up primarily to counter the influence on public opinion of the Edinburgh Review. Its first editor, William Gifford, was appointed by George Canning, at the time Foreign Secretary, later Prime Minister.