MONTHLY MIRROR (1795–1811) was founded by a group that included Thomas Bellamy and Thomas Hill “the Drysalter,” a facetious London literary gossip. One of the editors was the witty Edward DuBois. (For Hill and DuBois, see David Bonnell Green’s unpublished dissertation, Harvard, 1953.) It attempted more to be a journal of “wit” than of “fashion”; that is, it was aimed at sophisticated men. Among the contributors in 1807–1810 were James and Horace Smith, the authors of Rejected Addresses. (Horace Smith was later a close friend of Leigh Hunt and Shelley.)