A comprehensive Bibliography of the Writings of Charles Brockden Brown, 1783-1822

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1799 June
1799-06161 "Portrait of An Emigrant. Extracted from a Letter." Monthly Magazine I.3 (June 1799), 161-164. Signed "B." A.
1799-06169 "Gossiping: A Dialogue." Monthly Magazine I.3 (June 1799), 169-171. Signed "N." A.
1799-06181 "Philadelphia Water-Works. June, 1799." Monthly Magazine I.3 (June 1799), 181-182. Signed "B."
1799-06191 “Memoirs of Stephen Calvert.” Monthly Magazine I.3 (June, 1799), 191-215. A.

[continued 1799-07267, 1799-08350, 1799-09424, 1800-01017]


1799-06216 "Art. XII. [Review of] The History of Pennsylvania, in North America, from the Original Institution and Settlement of that Province, &c. in 1681, till after the Year 1742; with an Introduction, respecting the Life of William Penn, and the Society of Quakers; with the Rise of the Neighbouring Colonies, &c. &c. &c. By Robert Proud. 2 vols. 8vo. pp. 1028. Philadelphia. Z. Poulson, Jun. 1798." Monthly Magazine I.3 (June 1799), 216 217. Signed "B." B.


1799-06217 "Art.XIII. [Review of] An Oration pronounced July 4th, 1798, at the request of the inhabitants of the Town of Boston, in commemoration of the Anniversary of American Independence. By Josiah Quincy. 2d edition. pp. 31. Boston. J. Russell. 1798." Monthly Magazine I.3 (June 1799), 217-221. Signed "N." B.

1799-06225 "Art. IX. [Review of] Joan of Arc: An Epic Poem, by Robert Southey. Boston. Manning and Loring. 1798. 12mo. pp. 170." Monthly Magazine I.3 (June, 1799), 225 229. Signed "B." B.

1799-06229 "Art. X. [Review of] Essays...By...Count Rumford"
. Monthly Magazine I.3 (June 1799), 229 232. Signed "O." B.

[Reprinted from 1798-05035.]


1799-06237 "Miscellaneous Articles of Literary and Philosophical Intelligence"
. Monthly Magazine I.3 (June 1799), 237  238. B.

1799 July
1799-07247 “On the Stature of Man.” Monthly Magazine I.4 (July 1799), 247-254. Signed “X.” B.
1799-07257 "The Punishment of Ridicule: A Fragment." Monthly Magazine I.4 (July 1799), 257-259. B.

[Reprinted from 1798-05103: one part of letter IX in the "Series of Original Letters." Also reprinted in Warfel (1943), 125-28.]


1799-07267 “Memoirs of Stephen Calvert”
. Monthly Magazine I.4 (July, 1799), 267-282. A.
1799-07287 “Art. XVI. [Review of] An Oration, spoken at Hartford, in Connecticut, on the Anniversary of American Independence, &c. By William Brown. Hartford. Hudson and Goodwin. 1799. pp. 23.” Monthly Magazine I.4 (July 1799), 287-290. B.
1799-07293 “Art. XI. [Review of] An Appeal to Impartial Posterity. By Madame Roland, &c. Translated from the French. 2 vols. 8vo. New-York. Printed by R. Wilson, for A. Van Hook. 1798.,” Monthly Magazine, I.4 (July 1799), 293-299. B.
1799-07299 "Art. XII. [Review of] Essays...By...Count Rumford"

. Monthly Magazine I.4 (July 1799), 299 305. B.

[Reprinted from 1798-05065, 1798-05097, and 1798-06129.]

1799-07316 "Miscellaneous Articles of Literary and Philosophical Intelligence"
. Monthly Magazine I.4 (July 1799), 316 318. B.

1799 August
1799-08000 Edgar Huntly; or, Memoirs of a Sleep-Walker. Philadelphia: H. Maxwell, 1799.

[August?] A.


1799-08335 "Walstein‘s School of History. From the German of Krants of Gotha [first part]." Monthly Magazine I.5 (Aug. 1799), 335 338. A.

[Continued in 1799-12407.]


1799-08345 “On the Use of Maize.” Monthly Magazine I.5 (Aug. 1799), 345-350. Signed "Philo-Rumford." B.
1799-08350 “Memoirs of Stephen Calvert”
. Monthly Magazine I.5 (August, 1799), 350-359. A.
1799-08369 "Art. XXI. [Review of] An Oration, pronounced on the 4th of July, 1799, at the request of the Citizens of New Haven. By David Daggett. Second Edition. pp. 28. 8vo. New Haven. Thomas Green and Son. 1799." Monthly Magazine I.5 (Aug. 1799), 369 372. B.

1799-08373 "Art. XXIII. [Review of] An Oration, pronounced July 4th, 1799, at the request of the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, in Commemoration of the Anniversary of American Independence. By John Lowell, Junior. Boston. Manning and Loring. pp. 27. 8vo." Monthly Magazine I.5 (Aug. 1799), 373 375. B.

1799-08376 "Art. XIII. [Review of] Essays...By...Count Rumford"
. Monthly Magazine I.5 (Aug. 1799), 376 380. B.
1799-08395 "Miscellaneous Articles of Literary and Philosophical Intelligence"
. Monthly Magazine I.5 (Aug. 1799), 395 398. B.

1799 September-December
1799-09424 “Memoirs of Stephen Calvert”
. Monthly Magazine I.6 (Sept.-Dec. 1799), 424-434. A.
1799-12407 "Walstein’s School of History. From the German of Krants of Gotha [second and last part]." Monthly Magazine I.6 (Sept.-Dec. 1799), 407-411. A.
1799-12415 "On the Number of Printed Books." Monthly Magazine I.6 (Sept.-Dec. 1799), 415-417. B.

[reprinted as 1806-12461. Signed "O."]


1799-12424 “Memoirs of Stephen Calvert.” Monthly Magazine I.6 (Sept.-Dec. 1799), 424-434. A.
1799-12442 "Art. XXVII. [Review of] Transactions of the American Philosophical Society ..."
. Monthly Magazine I.6 (Sept. Dec. 1799), 442 445. B.
1799-12445 "Art. XXVIII. [Review of] A Summary History of New England, from the first Settlement at Plymouth, to the Acceptance of the Federal Constitution. By Hannah Adams. pp. 514. Dedham. Mann and Adams. 1799." Monthly Magazine I.6 (Sept. Dec. 1799), 445 449. B.

1799-12449 "Art. XIV. [Review of] Essays...By...Count Rumford"

. Monthly Magazine I.6 (Sept. Dec. 1799), 449 453. B.
1799-12470 "Miscellaneous Articles of Literary and Philosophical Intelligence"
. Monthly Magazine I.6 (Sept. Dec. 1799), 470 475. B.
1799-12475 "Death of General George Washington." Monthly Magazine I.6 (Sept.-Dec. 1799), 475-477. B.
1799-12478 "Monody on the Death of George Washington, Delivered at the New-York Theatre, on Monday Evening, December 3, 1799" [a poem]. Monthly Magazine I.6 (Sept.-Dec. 1799), 478-479. A.

1800
1800-00000 "Death of Cicero, A Fragment." In vol. III, C.B.Brown, Edgar Huntly; or, Memoirs of a Sleep-Walker, to which is annexed, The Death of Cicero, A Fragment (Philadelphia: H. Maxwell, 1800), 3-48. [Jan. or Feb.]. A.

[This is vol. III of the novel’s second printing, following the novel’s final page III.193 with new pagination from 1. In this new pagination, the story runs from 3 to 48.]


1800-01017 “Memoirs of Stephen Calvert”
. Monthly Magazine II.1 (Jan. 1800), 17-30. A.

1800-01030 "Art. I. [Review of] A Brief History of Epidemic and Pestilential Diseases; with the principal Phenomena of the Physical World, which precede and accompany them; and Observations deduced from the Facts stated. In two vols. 8vo. By Noah Webster. Hartford. Hudson and Goodwin. 1799. pp. 700." Monthly Magazine II.1 (Jan. 1800), 30 36. B.

1800-01047 "Art. III. [Review of] Transactions of the American Philosophical Society ..."
. Monthly Magazine II.1 (Jan. 1800), 47 53. B.
1800-01055 "Art. VI. [Review of>] An Oration, delivered at the request of the Society of [Phi Beta Kappa], in the Chapel of Harvard College, on the day of their anniversary, July 9, 1798. By John Thornton Kirkland. 8vo. pp. 24. Boston. J. Russell. 1798." Monthly Magazine II.1 (Jan. 1800), 55 60. B.
1800-01060 "Art. I. [Review of] Adventures of Signor Gaudentio di Lucca. One Volume. 12mo. Philadelphia. 1799. By Bishop Berkley." Monthly Magazine II.1 (Jan. 1800), 60 61.
1800-01061 "Art. II. [Review of] Essays...By...Count Rumford"
. Monthly Magazine II.1 (Jan. 1800), 61 64. B.
1800-01076 "Miscellaneous Articles of Literary and Philosophical Intelligence"
. Monthly Magazine II.1 (Jan. 1800), 76 78. B.

1800 February
1800-02096 "Dialogues of the Living. Dialogue II." Monthly Magazine II.2 (Feb. 1800), 96 99. A. [See also the prefatory letter, “To the Editor of the Monthly Magazine,” signed “Philomuthos,” who seems the likely author for the dialogue.]
1800-02099 "Remarks upon the Russian Empire." Monthly Magazine II.2 (Feb. 1800), 99-102. Signed "H.X." B.

[Reprinted in 1806-12445. Signed "R."]

1800-02102 "Hints for a Funeral Oration." Monthly Magazine II.2 (Feb. 1800), 102-105. Signed "Yours, Monendus." B.

1800-02108 "Art. VII.[Review of] A Brief History of Epidemic and Pestilential Diseases; with the principal Phenomena of the Physical World, which precede and accompany them; and Observations deduced from the Facts stated. In two vols. 8vo. By Noah Webster. Hartford. Hudson and Goodwin. 1799. pp. 700. (Continued from p. 36)." Monthly Magazine,
II.2 (Feb. 1800), 108 115. B.
1800-02115 "Art. VIII. [Review of] Transactions of the American Philosophical Society."
. Monthly Magazine II.2 (Feb. 1800), 115 120. B.
1800-02120 "Art. IX. [Review of] An Oration on the Death of General Washington. By Governeur [sic] Morris. Delivered at the Request of the Corporation of the City of New York, Dec. 31, 1799, and published by their Request. Furman, 1800, pp. 24." Monthly Magazine II.2 (Feb. 1800), 120 122. B.

1800-02122 “Art. X. [Review of] A Funeral Oration, in honour of the memory of George Washington, late General of the Armies of the United States. Prepared and delivered at the request of Congress, at the German Lutheran Church, Philadelphia, on Thursday the 26th of December. By Major-General Henry Lee, one of the Representatives from the State of Virginia. 8vo. pp. 16. Brooklyn. Kirk. 1800.” Monthly Magazine II.2 (Feb. 1800), 122-124. B.

1800-02124 “Art. XI. [Review of] An Oration on the apparent and real political situation of the United States; pronounced before the Connecticut Society of Cincinnati, assembled at New-Haven for the celebration of American Independence, July 4, 1799. By Zechariah Lewis, a tutor of Yale College. 8vo. pp. 27. New-Haven. Green and Son. 1799.” Monthly Magazine II.2 (Feb. 1800), 124-125. B.

1800-02125 "Art. XII. [Review of] A Prayer and Sermon, delivered at Charleston, Dec. 31, 1799, on the death of George Washington, late President, and Commander in Chief of the Armies of the United States of America, &c. with an additional sketch of his life. By Jedediah Morse, D.D. Pastor of the Church in Charleston. To which is prefixed, an account of the proceedings of the town on the melancholy occasion; written by Josiah Bartlett, Esq. 8vo. pp. 82. Charleston. Etheridge. 1800." Monthly Magazine II.2 (Feb. 1800), 125 127. B.

1800-02128 “Art. XIV. [Review of] An Address to the Citizens of New-York, who assembled in the Brick Presbyterian Church, to celebrate the twenty-third Anniversary of American Independence. By Samuel L. Mitchill. 8vo. pp. 27. New-York. 1800. George F. Hopkins.” Monthly Magazine II.2 (Feb. 1800), 128-131. B.

1800-02131 "Art. XV. [Review of] An Oration on the Death of General Washington, pronounced before the Citizens of Albany, on Thursday, January 9, 1800. By William P. Beers, Esq. pp. 17. 4to. Albany. C.R. & G. Webster." Monthly Magazine II.2 (Feb. 1800), 131 133. B.


1800-02139 "Art. III [Review of] Essays...By...Count Rumford"
.” Monthly Magazine II.2 (Feb. 1800), 139-142. B.
1800-02155 "Miscellaneous Articles of Literary and Philosophical Intelligence.
. Monthly Magazine II.2 (Feb. 1800), 155-158. B.

1800 March
1800-03161 “Statements of destruction produced by the French Revolution.” Monthly Magazine II.3 (March 1800): 161-165. Signed “C.D.” B.
1800-03172 “Note on Stephen Calvert.” Monthly Magazine II.3 (March 1800): 172-173. Signed “H.” A.

[Slawinski (2005) suggests this letter may be Brown’s; the editorial note that follows the letter, signed “E.,” is certainly Brown’s.]

1800-03174 "Lesson on Concealment; or, Memoirs of Mary Selwyn." Monthly Magazine II. (March 1800), 174-207. A.

1800-03208 "Art. XVII. [Review of] A Brief History of Epidemic and Pestilential Diseases; with the principal Phenomena of the Physical World which precede and accompany them; and Observations deduced from the Facts stated. In two volumes. 8vo. By Noah Webster. Hartford. Hudson and Goodwin. 1799. pp. 700. (Continued from p. 115)." Monthly Magazine II.3 (March 1800), 208 213. B.
1800-03213 "Art. XVIII. [Review of] Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, held in Philadelphia, for promoting useful knowledge. (Continued from p. 120) On the extraneous fossils…by George Turner.” Monthly Magazine II.3 (March 1800), 213 217. B.
1800-03217 "Art. XIX. [Review of] An Elegiac Poem on the Death of General Washington. By Charles Caldwell, A.M.M.D. Philadelphia. Bradford. pp. 12. 1800." Monthly Magazine II.3 (March 1800), 217 219. B.
1800-03219 “Art. XX. [Review of] A Funeral Oration, occasioned by the Death of Gen. George Washington, delivered on the 1st of January, 1800, in the Episcopal Church of New-Rochelle, in the State of New-York. By Samuel Bayard, Esq. New-Brunswick. Blauvelt. pp. 24. 8vo. 1800.” Monthly Magazine II.3 (March 1800): 219-221. B.

1800-03221 “Art. XXI. [Review of] An Eulogy on George Washington, late Commander in Chief of the Armies of the United States of America, who died December 14, 1799. Delivered before the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, at the request of their Committee. By George Richards Minot, A.M.A.A.S. Second Edition. Boston. Manning and Loring. pp. 24. 8vo. 1800.” Monthly Magazine II.3 (March 1800): 221-222. B.

1800-03222 “Art. XXII. [Review of] A Funeral Eulogy, occasioned by the Death of General Washington. Delivered Feb. 22, 1800, before the New-York State Society of Cincinnati. By William Linn, D.D. New-York. I. Collins. pp. 44. 8vo. 1800.” Monthly Magazine II.3 (March 1800): 222-224. B.
1800-03224a “Art. XXIII. [Review of] An Eulogy on George Washington, delivered before the Inhabitants of the Town of Medford, agreeably to their Vote, and at the request of their Committee, on the 13th January, 1800. By John Brookes, A.M.M.M.S. and A.A.S. Boston. S. Hall. 8vo. pp. 15.” Monthly Magazine II.3 (March 1800): 224. B.
1800-03224b “Art. XXIV. [Review of] An Oration on the Death of General Washington; delivered in the Dutch Church, in New-Brunswick, on the 22d February, 1800. By Frederick Frelinghuysen. New-Brunswick, New-Jersey. Blauvelt. 8vo. pp. 23.” Monthly Magazine II.3 (March 1800): 224. B.
1800-03225 "Art. XXV. [Review of] The Wild Youth: A Comedy for Digestion, in three Acts. Translated from the German of Kotzebue, by Charles Smith. 8vo. pp. 74. New York. 1800. [&] The Wild Goose Chase: A Play, in four Acts; with Songs. From the German of Augustus von Kotzebue. With Notes, marking the Variations from the Original. By William Dunlap. 8vo. pp. 104. Printed by G.F. Hopkins, for W. Dunlap. New York. 1800." Monthly Magazine II.3 (March 1800), 225 236. B.

1800-03236 “Art. XXVI. [Review of] A Discourse, delivered December 29, 1799, the Lord’s-Day immediately following the melancholy Tidings of the Loss sustained by the Nation, in the Death of its most eminent Citizen, George Washington. By David Osgood, D.D. Pastor of the Church in Medford. 8vo. pp. 19. Boston. S. Hall. 1800.” Monthly Magazine II.3 (March 1800): 236-237. B.

1800-03237 "Miscellaneous Articles of Literary and Philosophical Intelligence.” Monthly Magazine II.3 (March 1800), 237 238. B.

1800 April
1800-04241 "The Speculatist. No. I." Monthly Magazine II.4 (April 1800), 241-242. Signed “Speculatist.” B.

[Continued in 1800-09161, -10257.]


1800-04243 "Remarks on a Passage in Virgil." Monthly Magazine II.4 (April 1800), 243 47. Signed "X." A.
1800-04251 "The Difference between History and Romance." Monthly Magazine II.4 (April 1800), 251 253. Signed "X." A.
1800-04253 “A Literary Ware-House.” Monthly Magazine, II.4 (April 1800), 253-255. Signed “Candide.” B.

[Characteristic phrase “in proportion to” appears here as in the previous article; letter to editor criticizing the magazine for failing to deliver the variety it should, but may be functioning to suggest that this magazine does not participate in the shop-like commodification that others do].


1800-04256 “Memoirs of Stephen Calvert [Continued from page 30.].” Monthly Magazine II.4 (April 1800), 256-284. A.
1800-04284 "On the Study of German. Dialogues of the Living: Dialogue III." Monthly Magazine II.4 (April 1800), 284 287. A.

1800-04289 "Art. XXVII. [Review of] A Brief History of Epidemic and Pestilential Diseases: with the principal Phenomena of the Physical World, which precede and accompany them; and Observations deduced from the Facts stated. In two vols. 8vo. By Noah Webster. Hartford. Hudson and Goodwin. 1799. pp. 700. (

Continued from p. 213, and concluded)." Monthly Magazine II.4 (April 1800), 289 296. B.
1800-04296 "Art. XXVIII. [Review of] Transactions of the American Philosophical Society..."
. Monthly Magazine II.4 (April 1800), 296 301. B.
1800-04302 “Art. XXIX. [Review of] A Funeral Oration, delivered at the Brick Presbyterian Church in the City of New-York, on the 22d day of February, 1800, being the day recommended by Congress to the Citizens of the United States, publicly to testify their Grief for the Death of General Washington: by appointment of a number of the Clergy of New-York, and published at their request. By John M. Mason, M.A. Pastor of the Associate-Reformed Church in the City of New-York. 8vo. pp. 23. New-York. George F. Hopkins. 1800.” Monthly Magazine II.4 (April 1800), 302-304. B.
1800-04304 “Art. XXX. [Review of] An Eulogy on General George Washington, pronounced at Boston, on Wednesday, February 19, 1800, before the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, by their appointment, and published at their request, by John Davis, Member of the Academy, &c. Boston. Spotswood. 1800. pp. 24. 4to.” Monthly Magazine II.4 (April 1800), 304-305. B.

1800-04305 “Art. XXXI. [Review of] An Oration upon the Death of General George Washington; delivered in the State-House, at Trenton, on the 14th January, 1800. By the Rev. Samuel Stanhope Smith, D.D. President of the College of New-Jersey: and published at the desire of the Committee of the Citizens, &c. of Trenton, at whose request it was pronounced. Trenton. Craft. 8vo. pp. 45. 1800.” Monthly Magazine II.4 (April 1800), 305-307. B.

1800-04307 "Art. XXXII. [Review of] The Death of Washington, a Poem, in imitation of the manner of Ossian. By Rev. John Blair Linn, A.M. Minister of the first Presbyterian Congregation of Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Ormrod. 8vo. 1800." Monthly Magazine II.4 (April 1800), 307 309. B.

1800-04309 "Art. XXXIII. [Review of] A Poem; sacred to the Memory of George Washington, late President of the United States, and Commander in Chief of the Armies of the United States; adapted to the 22nd February, 1800. By Richard Alsop. 8vo. pp. 23. Hartford. Hudson and Goodwin." Monthly Magazine II.4 (April 1800), 309 312. B.
1800-04318 "Miscellaneous Articles of Literary and Philosophical Intelligence"
. Monthly Magazine II.4 (April 1800), 318. B.

1800 May
1800-05321 “On Early Attachments.” Monthly Magazine, II.5 (May 1800), 321-323. B.
1800-05323 “What is Love?” Monthly Magazine II.5 (May 1800), 323-324. Signed “L.D.” B.

[Possibly CBB’s initials in signature.]


1800-05326 "A Modern Socrates. To the Editor of the Monthly Magazine." Monthly Magazine II.5 (May 1800), 326-328. B.
1800-05330 “Memoirs of Stephen Calvert. [Continued from p. 284]” Monthly Magazine II.5 (May 1800), 330-340. A.
1800-05347 “Art. XXXIV. [Review of] A Treatise concerning Political Inquiry and Liberty of the Press. By Tunis Wortman, Counsellor at Law. New-York. Forman. 1800. 8vo. pp. 296.” Monthly Magazine II.5 (May 1800), 347-352. B.

[Repeats criticism of lack of method also included in review of Webster’s pestilence book; compares book to Godwin; use of characteristic “in proportion as”]

1800-05352 “Art. XXXV. [Review of] A Discourse, occasioned by the Death of General George Washington, delivered December 29, 1799. By John Thornton Kirkland, Minister of the New South Church, Boston. To which is added, Washington’s Valedictory Address. Boston. Thomas and Andrews. 8vo. pp. 44. 1800.” Monthly Magazine II.5 (May 1800), 352-353. B.

1800-05353 “Art. XXXVI. [Review of] An Oration, delivered at Wethersfield, February 22d, 1800, on the Death of General Washington, who died December 14, 1799. By E.G. Marsh. Hartford. Hudson and Goodwin. 1800. 8vo. pp. 16.” Monthly Magazine II.5 (May 1800), 353-354. B.
1800-05354 "Art. XXXVIII. [Review of] An Eulogy of the Life of George Washington, who died at Mount Vernon, December 14, 1799, in the 68th year of his age. Written at the request of the Citizens of Newburyport, and delivered at the First Presbyterian Meeting House in that Town, January 2, 1800. By Thomas Paine [i.e. Robert Treat Paine], M.A. Newburyport. Blunt. 1800. 8vo. pp. 22," Monthly Magazine II.5 (May 1800), 354-355. B.
1800-05355 “Art. XXXIX. [Review of] An Oration on the Sublime Virtues of General George Washington, pronounced at the Old South Meeting House, in Boston, before his Honour the Lieutenant Governor, the Council, and the two Branches of the Legislature of Massachusetts, at their request, on Saturday the 8th of February, 1800. By Fisher Ames. Boston. Young and Minns. Manning and Loring. 1800. 8vo. pp. 31.” Monthly Magazine II.5 (May 1800), 355-361. B.

[Includes two notes (on p. 356 and p. 360) signed by “R.”]


1800-05363a “Art. XLI. [Review of] A Sermon, preached at Cambridge, on the Lord’s Day, December 29, 1799, occasioned by the Death of George Washington, &c. By Abiel Holmes, M.A. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Boston. Hall. 1800. 8vo. pp. 22.” Monthly Magazine II.5 (May 1800), 363. B.

1800-05363b “Art. XLII. [Review of] A Sermon, preached at Norwich (Connecticut), on hearing of the Death of General George Washington, &c. By Joseph Strong, Pastor of the First Church in Norwich. Norwich. Trumbull. 1800. 8vo. pp. 17.” Monthly Magazine II.5 (May 1800), 363-364. B.

1800-05365 "Art. XLV. [Review of] The Virgin of the Sun; a Play in five Acts, from the German of Augustus Von Kotzebue; with Notes, marking the variations from the Original. By William Dunlap. New York. George F. Hopkins. 1800. 8vo. pp. 80. [&] The Virgin of the Sun; a Play in five Acts. Translated from the German of Kotzebue by Charles Smith. New York. 1800. 8vo. pp. 96." Monthly Magazine II.5 (May 1800), 365 370. B.
1800-05398 "Miscellaneous Articles of Literary and Philosophical Intelligence"
. Monthly Magazine II.5 (May 1800), 398. B.

1800 June
1800-06401 “Anecdotes of Madame Du Barri.” Monthly Magazine II.6 (June 1800), 401-402. B.
1800-06402 "Dialogues of the Living: Dialogue IV." Monthly Magazine II.6 (June 1800), 402-404. B.

[Reprinted as1806-12430 with title "The Spirit of Political Conversation." Signed "L."]


1800-06409 "The Evils of Reserve in Marriage." Monthly Magazine II.6 (June 1800), 409-411. Signed "N." B.
1800-06413 “Memoirs of Stephen Calvert [Continued from p. 340 and concluded.].” Monthly Magazine, II.6 (June 1800), 413-423. B.
1800-06424 "Art. XLVI. [Review of] Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, held at Philadelphia, for promoting useful knowledge [continued from p. 301 and concluded.]

A Disquisition on Wool-bearing Animals. By Dr. J. Anderson, of Scotland." Monthly Magazine II.6 (June 1800), 424 426. B.

1800-06429 “Art. XLVIII. [Review of] A Sermon, delivered December 29, 1799, occasioned by the Death of General George Washington, late President of the United States, and the Commander in Chief of the American Armies. By Samuel Miller, A.M. one of the Ministers of the United Presbyterian Churches in the City of New-York. T. and J. Swords. 1800. 8vo. pp. 39.” Monthly Magazine II.6 (June 1800), 429-431. B.

1800-06431 “Art. XLIX. [Review of] A Discourse, delivered at New-Haven, February 22, 1800, on the Character of George Washington, Esq. at the request of the Citizens. By Timothy Dwight, President of Yale College. New-Haven. Green and Son. 1800. 8vo. pp. 55.” Monthly Magazine II.6 (June 1800), 431-432. B.




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