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Journal Citation Reports (a Web of Knowledge database) provides impact factors for more than 8,300 science journals and more than 2,700 social sciences journals.
Scimago provides a database of journal rankings by h-index score and other information about journal impact.
Google Scholar Metrics provides journal rankings by h-index score.
Sometimes a journal's impact factor is available on the journal's web page on the publisher's web site.
Cabell's Directories of Business, Education, Psychology & Psychiatry journals provide detail information concerning selected journals, including submission acceptance/rejections rates and submission reviewing protocols.
The EBSCOhost Serials Directory provides bibliographic and publisher information concerning many journals, including peer-reviewed status.
Searching for a journal in WorldCat will reveal the number of libraries that subscribe to the journal as well as a list of subscribing libraries, allowing you to consider the reputations of the subscribing institutions.