Intended as a quarterly, but advertised as a 'weekly miscellany' after the publication of the first issue. An advertisement, placed in the Monitor on 16 August 1828, states that the Blossom will 'appear on Thursday evening the [?] of August, for the first time in that shape, and will continue to be published every succeeding Thursday at four o'clock'.
It appears that only the initial issue was published.
Six shillings (as a quarterly); ninepence (as a weekly).
Mottos: Famam extendere factis (We extend our fame by our deeds); Hoc virtutis opus est (This is the work of virtue).
First issue published on 30 May 1828.