Oxford: James Thornton (20 May 1892; 27 May 1892; #3, #4, (2 issues).
Two issues of the Oxford magazine with contributions by divers hands, including poetry, letters and short prose works. Both copies are edge chipped and split at the hinges, but internally very good. Priced as a group. The magazine became infamous during the editorship of Lord Alfred Douglas, who published much Uranian material, including works by Oscar Wilde.