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

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1800 July
1800-07III "Preface." Monthly Magazine III. [1] (July 1800), III-IV. Dated “New-York, January 1, 1801.” A.

[This article appears between the front cover and the index to the July-Dec. inclusive edition of the magazine]


1800-07001 "On the Scheme of an American Language." Monthly Magazine III.1 (July 1800), 1 4. Signed "C." A.
1800-07007 "On a Scheme for Describing American Manners. (Addressed to a Foreigner.)." Monthly Magazine III.1 (July 1800), 7 10. B.
1800-07011 "On a Taste for the Picturesque." Monthly Magazine III.1 (July 1800), 11 13. Signed "Looker On." A.

[Reprinted in 1804-06163]


1800-07013 "Differences Between Felicity and Happiness." Monthly Magazine III.1 (July 1800), 13-15. Signed "X." B.
1800-07016 "Thoughts on the Origin of the Claims of Europeans to North-America." Monthly Magazine III.1 (July 1800), 16-18. A.
1800-07019 "The Trials of Arden." Monthly Magazine III.1 (July 1800), 19-36. Dated "New York, April, 1800." A.
1800-07037 "Friendship: An Original Letter." Monthly Magazine III.1 (July, 1800), 37-39. A.

1800-07047 “Art. II. [Review of] An Address, in Latin, by Joseph Willard, S.T.D.LL.D. President, and a Discourse in English, by David Tappan, S.T.D. Hollis Professor of Divinity, delivered before the University in Cambridge, February 21, 1800, in solemn commemoration of General George Washington. 8vo. pp. 44. Etheridge. 1800.” Monthly Magazine III.1 (July 1800), 47-50. B.

1800-07051 “Art. III. [Review of] An Appendix to the Notes on Virginia, relative to the Murder of Logan’s Family. By Thomas Jefferson. 8vo. pp. 52. Philadelphia. Smith. 1800.” Monthly Magazine III.1 (July 1800), 51-56. B.
1800-07056 "Art. IV. [Review of] Poems, by Samuel Low. In two volumes. 12mo. Vol. i. pp. 147. New York. T & J. Swords. 1800," Monthly Magazine III.1 (July 1800), 56-58. B.

[Continued in 1800-10266.]


1800-07058 “Art. V. [Review of] A Discourse on the death of General Washington, late President of the United States: Delivered on the 22d day of February, 1800, in the Church of Williamsburg. By James Madison, D.D. Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Virginia, and President of William and Mary College. The 2d edition–corrected. 8vo. pp. 42. Printed in New-York, by T. & J. Swords, for W. Prichard, Richmond. 1800.” Monthly Magazine III.1 (July 1800), 58-61. B.
1800-07074 "Miscellaneous Articles of Literary and Philosophical Intelligence"
. Monthly Magazine III.1 (July 1800), 74-78. B.

1800 August
1800-08081 "The Household. A Fragment." Monthly Magazine III.2 (Aug.1800), [81]-87. B.
1800-08087 "On Conversation." Monthly Magazine III.2 (Aug. 1800), 87 88. Signed "X." B.

[reprinted as 1806-12469, titled “On Socratic Conversation”]

1800-08092 "Remarks on Short-hand Writing." Monthly Magazine III.2 (Aug. 1800), 92-96. Signed "L." B.

[reprinted as 1806-12421]

1800-08096 "Differences between Prejudice and Prepossession." Monthly Magazine III.2 (Aug. 1800), 96-97. B.
1800-08101 "Original Letters." Monthly Magazine III.2 (August 1800), 101-111. B.
1800-08120 "Art. IX. [Review of] Sermons, by the late Rev. John Clarke, D.D. Minister of the First Church in Boston, Massachusetts. 8vo. pp. 501. Boston. Hall. 1799." Monthly Magazine III.2 (Aug. 1800), 120 125. B.
1800-08131 "Art. XII [Review of ] Desultory Reflections on the New Political Aspects of Public Affairs in the United States of America, since the commencement of the year 1799. 8vo. pp. 62. New-York, printed for the Author, by G. and R. Waite, and published by J.W. Fenno. 1800." Monthly Magazine III .2 (August, 1800), 131-137. B.

1800-08141a "Art. XIV. [Review of] A Sermon on the Propriety of attending Public Worship, and an attentive, serious Conduct in the House of God. By John Eliot, D.D. Minister of the New North Church, Boston. 8vo. pp. 36. Boston. Russell. 1800." Monthly Magazine III.2 (Aug. 1800), 141. B.


1800-08141b "Art. XV. [Review of] A Discourse, delivered April 1st, 1800, in the Brick Presbyterian Church, before the New York Missionary Society, at their Annual Meeting. By William Linn, D.D. one of the Ministers of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York. 8vo. pp. 40. New York. I. Collins, 1800." Monthly Magazine III.2 (Aug. 1800), 141 142. B.

1800-08143a "Art. XVI [Review of] A Discourse on the Character and Death of General George Washington, delivered at Ipswich, on the 22nd February, A.D. 1800. By Joseph Dana, A.M. Pastor of the South Church in that place. 8vo. pp.28. Newburyport. Blunt. 1800." Monthly Magazine III.2 (Aug. 1800), 143. B.

1800-08143b “Art. XVII. [Review of] A Discourse on the Character and Virtues of General George Washington; delivered on the 22nd February, 1800, &c. By Daniel Dana, Minister of a Church in Newburyport. 8vo. pp. 31. Newburyport, March 1800.” Monthly Magazine III.2 (Aug. 1800), 143. B.
1800-08143c "Art. XVIII. [Review of] A Sermon, delivered at Newburyport, on the 22nd February, 1800. By the Rev. John Boddily, Minister in the Second Presbyterian Church in said town. 8vo. pp. 15. Newburyport. Blunt. 1800." Monthly Magazine III. (Aug. 1800), 143. B.
1800-08143d "Art. XIX. [Review of] An Oration, delivered in St. Paul‘s Church, on the 4th of July, 1800, before the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen, Tammany Society, or Columbian Order, and other Associations and Citizens. By M.L. Davis, of the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen. 8vo. pp. 21. New York. W.A. Davis. 1800." Monthly Magazine III (Aug. 1800), 143 144. B.
1800-08144 "Art. XX. [Review of] Mount Vernon, a Poem by John Searson, formerly of Philadelphia, Merchant. 8vo. Philadelphia. R. Folwell. 1800." Monthly Magazine III. 2 (Aug. 1800), 144. B.
1800-08153 "Miscellaneous Articles of Literary and Philosophical Intelligence"
. Monthly Magazine III.2 (Aug. 1800), 153 158. B.

1800-08160 “To Correspondents.” Monthly Magazine III .2 (August, 1800), 160. B.


1800 September
1800-09000 Arthur Mervyn; Or, Memoirs of the Year 1793, part 2. New York: George F. Hopkins, 1800. [September?] A.
1800-09161 "The Speculatist: No.II." Monthly Magazine III.3 (Sept. 1800), 161-163. B.
1800-09202 “Art. XXIV. [Review of] Serious Considerations on the Election of a President: addressed to the Citizens of the United States. 8vo. pp. 36. New-York. J. Furman. 1800.” Monthly Magazine III.3 (September 1800), 202-204. B.
1800-09206 “Art. XXVI. [Review of] Eulogium, delivered to a large Concourse of respectable Citizens, at the State-House, in the Town of Dover, on the 22d February, 1800, in Commemoration of the Death of General George Washington. By John Vining, Esq. Published at the request of the Committee of Arrangement, appointed to superintend the Ceremony, and take Order on the solemn Occasion. 8vo. pp. 20. Philadelphia. Ormrod. 1800.” Monthly Magazine III.3 (September 1800), 206-207. B.

1800-09207 "Art. XXVII. [Review of] A Funeral Oration upon the Death of General George Washington. Prepared at the request of the Masonic Lodge No. 14, of Wilmington, State of Delaware, and delivered on St. John the Evangelist‘s Day, being the 27th of December, anno lucis 5799, and now published at the particular desire of the Lodge. By Gunning Bedford. A.M. 4to. pp. 18. Wilmington. Wilson. 1800." Monthly Magazine III.3 (September 1800), 207-208. B.

1800-09208 “Art. XXVIII. [Review of] A Discourse of General Washington, delivered in the Catholic Church of St. Peter, in Baltimore, February 22, 1800. By the Right Reverend Bishop Carroll. 8vo. pp. 24. Baltimore. Warner and Hanna. 1800.” Monthly Magazine III.3 (September 1800), 208-209. B.
1800-09209a “Art. XXIX. [Review of] The Majesty and Mortality of created Gods, illustrated and improved: a Funeral Discourse, delivered at North-Haven, December 29, 1799, on the Death of General George Washington. By Benjamin Trumbull, D.D. Pastor of the Church in North-Haven. 8vo. pp. 31. New-Haven. Read and Morse. 1800.” Monthly Magazine III.3 (September 1800), 209. B.
1800-09209b “Art. XXX. [Review of] A Sermon, delivered before the Military Officers, Apollo Lodge, and a large and respectable number of the Citizens of Troy, (N.Y.) in consequence of the Death of Lieutenant General George Washington. By Jonas Coe, A.M. Minister of the Presbyterian Church in Troy. pp. 16. Troy. Moffit and Co. 1800.” Monthly Magazine III.3 (September 1800), 209-210. B.
1800-09233 "Miscellaneous Articles of Literary and Philosophical Intelligence"
. Monthly Magazine III.3 (September 1800), 233-238. B.
1800-09240 “To Correspondents.” Monthly Magazine III.3 (September 1800), 240. A.

1800 October
1800-10242 “For the Monthly Magazine. Comparison of Blank Verse and Rhyme.” Monthly Magazine III.4 (October 1800), 242-243. B.

1800-10243 “For the Monthly Magazine. Differences between Shade and Shadow.” Monthly Magazine III.4 (October 1800), 243-245. Signed “L.” B.

1800-10247 “For the Monthly Magazine. Case of Long Life in Gaspard Courtrai.” Monthly Magazine III.4 (October 1800), 247-256. B.
1800-10257 "The Speculatist: No. III." Monthly Magazine III.4 (Oct. 1800), 257-259. B.
1800-10259 "Thoughts on American Newspapers. To the Editor of the Monthly Magazine." Monthly Magazine III.4 (Oct. 1800), 259 264. Signed" Looker On." B.
1800-10264 "[A letter] To the Editor of the Monthly Magazine [containing a criticism of the Monthly Magazine],"]." Monthly Magazine III.4 (Oct. 1800), 264-265. The letter to the editor is signed "A.Z." B.

[Note: The title of the page is “Remarks on the Monthly Magazine”]


1800-10265 "Answer to a Letter from A.Z. ‘To the Editor of the Monthly Magazine.” Monthly Magazine III. 4 (Oct. 1800), 265. B.
1800-10266 "Art. XXXIV. [Review of] Poems, by Samuel Low. In two volumes. 12mo. Vol. ii. pp. 168. New York. T. and J. Swords. 1800"
. Monthly Magazine III.4 (Oct. 1800), 266-269. B.
1800-10269 “Art. XXXV. [Review of] The Voice of Warning to Christians, on the ensuing Election of a President of the United States. 8vo. pp. 40. New-York. Hopkins.” Monthly Magazine III.4 (October 1800), 269-272. B.

1800-10272a “Art. XXXVI. [Review of] God the Author of Human Greatness: a Discourse on the Death of General George Washington; delivered at the North Congregational Church in Newburyport, December 29, 1799. By Samuel Spring, Pastor. 8vo. pp. 28. Newburyport. Blunt. 1800.” Monthly Magazine III.4 (October 1800), 272. B.

[The review is preceded by an editorial note that is probably by Brown, indicating that the following 5 reviews are brief due to large number of books on this subject; this note suggests that all were penned by Brown]

1800-10272b “Art. XXXVII. [Review of] Greatness the Result of Goodness, a Sermon, occasioned by the Death of George Washington, late Commander in Chief of the Armies, and First President, of the United States of America, who died December 14, 1799, aged 68. By Samuel West, D.D. Pastor of the Church in Hollis Street, Boston. 8vo. pp. 17. Boston. Manning and Loring. 1800. [and review of] A Discourse, delivered at Hartford February 22, 1800, the day set apart by Recommendation of Congress, to pay a Tribute of Respect to the Memory of General George Washington, who died December 14, 1799. By Abel Flint, Pastor of the South Church in Hartford. 8vo. pp. 22. Hartford. Hudson and Goodwin. 1800.” Monthly Magazine, III.4 (October 1800), 242-243. B.
1800-10273a “Art. XXXVIII. [Review of] A Discourse, delivered on Friday, December 27, 1799, the Day set apart by the Citizens of Hartford, to lament, before God, the Death of General George Washington; who died December 14, 1799. By Nathan Strong, Pastor of the North Presbyterian Church in Hartford. 8vo. pp. 26. Hartford. Hudson and Goodwin. 1800.” Monthly Magazine III.4 (October 1800), 273. B.

1800-10273b   “Art. XXXIX. [Review of] A Discourse on the Dignity and Excellence of the Human Character; illustrated in the Life of General George Washington, late Commander of the Armies, and President of the United States, in Commemoration of the afflict tive Event of his Death.  Delivered February 22, 1800, in the Benevolent Congrega tional Church in Providence; and published by Request of that Society.  By Enos Hitchcock, D.D.  Member of the Society of the Cincinnati.  8vo.  pp. 35.  Providence.  Carter.  1800.”  Monthly Magazine III.4 (October 1800), 273.

1800-10311 "Miscellaneous Articles of Literary and Philosophical Intelligence"

. Monthly Magazine III.4 (October 1800), 311-315. B.

1800-10320 “To Correspondents.” Monthly Magazine III.4 (October 1800), 320. A.



1800 November
1800-11321 "Objections to Richardson‘s Clarissa. To the Editor of the Monthly Magazine." Monthly Magazine III.5 (Nov. 1800), [321]-323. Signed "X." A.
1800-11323  "What is a JEW?  To the Editor of the Monthly Magazine." Monthly Magazine III.5 (November, 1800), 323-325.  Signed "Querist."  A.
1800-11339 [The editor‘s answer to "Mr. Webster‘s Letter to the Editor, on the Review of his History of Pestilence. ..."]. Monthly Magazine III.5 (Nov. 1800), 339 340. A.
1800-11349 "Art. XLII. [Review of] Sermons on some of the first Principles and Doctrines of true Religion. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. Pastor of the Church in Franklin, Massachusetts. 8vo. pp. 510. Wrentham. N. and B. Heaton. 1800." Monthly Magazine III.5 (Nov. 1800), 349 354. B.
1800-11354 “Art. XLIII. [Review of] The Claims of Thomas Jefferson to the Presidency examined at the Bar of Christianity. By a Layman. 8vo. pp. 54. Philadelphia. Dickins. 1800.” Monthly Magazine III.5 (November 1800), 354-362. B.

[The 3 books on this subject (the others in the September and October issues) appear to be reviewed by the same writer; focus on eloquence in these similar to that in other reviews attributed to Brown]

1800-11362 "Art. XLIV. [Review of] Letter from Alexander Hamilton, concerning the Public Conduct and Character of John Adams, Esq. President of the United States. 8vo. pp. 54. 4th Edition. New York. Lang. 1800." Monthly Magazine III.5 (November 1800), 362-369. B.

1800-11377 “Art. XLIX. [Review of] A Funeral Oration on the Death of George Washington. Prepared at the request of the Society of Cincinnati of the State of Delaware, and pronounced at Wilmington on the 22d of February, 1800. By Edward Roche, Secretary of the Society. 8vo. pp. 15. Wilmington. Wilson. 1800.” Monthly Magazine III. 5 (November 1800), 377-378. B.
1800-11378a "Art. L. [Review of] An Answer to Alexander Hamilton‘s Letter concerning the Public Conduct and Character of John Adams, Esq. President of the United States. By a Citizen of New York. 8vo. pp. 32. New York. Johnson and Stryker. 1800." Monthly Magazine III. 5 (November 1800), 378. B.

1800-11378b “Art. LI. [Review of] A Reply to Alexander Hamilton’s Letter concerning the Public Conduct and Character of John Adams, Esq. President of the United States. By a Federal Republican. 8vo. pp. 16. New-York. Nichols and Co. 1800.” Monthly Magazine III. 5 (November 1800), 378-379. B.


1800-11379a   “Art. LII. [Review of] A Vindication of the Character of John Adams, Esq. in re ply to the Letter of General Hamilton; addressed to the Federal Citizens of the Union.  8vo.  pp. 24.  New-York.  Totten and Co.  1800.”  Monthly Magazine, III. 5 (November 1800), 379. B.
1800-11379b “Art. LIII: [Review of] A Letter to General Hamilton, occasioned by his Letter to President Adams. By a Federalist. 8vo. pp. 8.” Monthly Magazine III. 5 (November 1800), 379-380. B.
1800-11387 "Miscellaneous Articles of Literary and Philosophical Intelligence"
. Monthly Magazine III.5 (November 1800), 387-396. B.

1800-11400 “To Correspondents.” Monthly Magazine III. 5 (November 1800), 400. A.


1800 December
1800-12404 “On Mottos and Quotations from the Ancients.” Monthly Magazine III.6 (December 1800), 404-407. B.
1800-12408 "The Point of Honour in America." Monthly Magazine III.6 (Dec. 1800), 408-409. B.
1800-12410 "On the prevailing Ignorance of Geography." Monthly Magazine III.6 (Dec. 1800), 410-412. A.

[Reprinted as 1806-12467, signed "R."]


1800-12412 "A Miser's Prayer." Monthly Magazine III.6 (Dec. 1800) , 412-413. B.
1800-12413 "On the Portraits of Death." Monthly Magazine III.6 (Dec. 1800), 413 416. B.
1800-12416 “Remarks on Female Politicians.” Monthly Magazine, III.6 (December 1800), 416-418. Signed “E.” B.
1800-12420 "Art. LIV. [Review of] Sermons on various Subjects, Doctrinal, Experimental, and Practical. By Nathan Strong, Pastor of the North Presbyterian Church in Hartford, Connecticut. Vol. ii. 8vo. pp. 400. Hartford. Cooke. 1800." Monthly Magazine III.6 (Dec. 1800), 420 426. B.

1800-12426 "Art. LV. [Review of] Poems, chiefly occasional, by the late Mr. [William] Cliffton. To which are prefixed, Introductory Notices of the Life, Character, and Writings of the Author. 18mo. pp. 119. New York. J.W. Fenno. 1800." Monthly Magazine III.6 (Dec. 1800), 426 433. B.

1800-12433 “Art. LVI. [Review of] Desultory Reflections on the Political Aspects of Public Affairs in the United States of America. Part ii. 8vo. pp. 38. New-York. J.W. Fenno. 1800”
. Monthly Magazine III.6 (December 1800), 433-441. B.

[Second part of 1800-08131, review that appeared in August issue and is attributed to Brown]


1800-12441 “Art. LVII. [Review of] A New Physical System of Astronomy; or, an Attempt to Explain the Operations of the Powers which impel the Planets and Comets to perform Elliptical Revolutions round the Sun, and revolve on their own Axis: in which the Physical System of Sir Isaac Newton is examined, and presumed to be refuted. To which is annexed, a Physiological Treatise, &c. By Joseph Young, M.D. of New-York. 8vo. pp. 188. New-York. Hopkins. 1800.” Monthly Magazine III.6 (December 1800), 441-445. B.
1800-12447 “Art. LX. [Review of] A Vindication of Thomas Jefferson against the Charges contained in a Pamphlet entitled ‘Serious Considerations,’ &c. By Grotius. 8vo. pp. 47. New-York. Denniston. 1800.” Monthly Magazine III.6 (December 1800), 447-452. B.

1800-12453 "Art. LXII. [Review of] Pizarro in Peru; or, the Death of Rolla: a Play in five Acts. From the German of Augustus Von Kotzebue, by William Dunlap. With Notes, marking the Variations from the Original. 8vo. pp. 72. New York. Hopkins. 1800." Monthly Magazine III.6 (December 1800), 453-455. B.


1800-12472 "Miscellaneous Articles of Literary and Philosophical Intelligence"
. Monthly Magazine III.6 (December 1800), 472-477. B.

1800-12480 “Correspondence.” Monthly Magazine, III.6 (December 1800), 480. B.


1801
1801-00055 “[Review of J.Q.Adams translation,] Fr. v. Gentz, Origin and Principles of the American Revolution,” etc. American Review and Literary Journal 1 (1801), 55-64. A.

[see Barnard (2004), 330 note 11]


1801-01023 "Original Poetry. For the Port-Folio. To Laura. On Her Attachment to Homer's Iliad" [a poem]. Port-Folio I (Jan. 17, 1801), 23. Signed "W." B.
1801-03077 "Manners and Amusements of Amsterdam." Port-Folio I (March 7, 1801), 77-78. B.
1801-04120 "Le Rans de Vache of Tuscany" [a poem]. Port-Folio I (April 11, 1801), 120. B.
1801-04128 "L'Amoroso" [a poem]. Port-Folio I (April 18, 1801), 128. B.
1801-05143 "The Water-Drinker, an Anti-Anacreontic" [a poem]. Port-Folio I (May 2, 1801), 143. B.
1801-05144a "The Poet's Prayer. (Not for fame, but for virtue.) An Epistle to Stella" [a poem]. Port-Folio I.18 (May 2, 1801), 144. B.
1801-05144b "To the Rev. John Blair Linn, A.M., Minister of the First Presbyterian Congregation of Philadelphia - on his Poem entitled 'THE POWERS OF GENIUS, as also on his PULPIT ELOQUENCE" [a poem]. Port-Folio I.18 (May 2, 1801), 144. Signed "G--- B---." B.

1801-06000 Clara Howard; In a Series of Letters. Philadelphia: Asbury Dickins, 1801. [June?] A.

1801-12000 Jane Talbot, A Novel. Philadelphia: John Conrad, 1801. [December?] A.


1802
1802-04105 "Madelina. To R. L." Port-Folio II.14 (April 10, 1802), 105-106. B.

[reprinted in 1805-04269]


1802-06185 "American Lounger, No. 23." Port-Folio II.24 (June 19, 1802), 185-186. B.
1802-09281 "American Lounger, No. 32." Port-Folio II .36 (Sept. 11, 1802), 281. B.
1802-09291 "On Music as a Female Accomplishment. A Dialogue." Port-Folio II.37

(Sept. 18, 1802), 291-292. A.

[Continued in 1802-10307, -10315, -10321, -10331.]
1802-09304 "Solitary Worship" [a poem]. Port-Folio II.38 (Sept 25, 1802), 304. B.
1802-10307 "On Music as a Female Accomplishment. A Dialogue." Port-Folio II. 39 (Oct. 2, 1802), 307-308. A.
1802-10315 "On Music as a Female Accomplishment. A Dialogue." Port-Folio II. 40 (Oct. 9, 1802), 315-316. A.
1802-10321 "Dialogue II. On Painting as a Female Accomplishment." Port-Folio II.41 (Oct. 16, 1802), 321-322. A.

1802-10331 "Dialogue II. On Painting as a Female Accomplishment." Port-Folio II.42 (Oct. 16, 1802), 331-332. A.

1802-11368 "Alliteration" [a poem]. Port-Folio II.46 (Nov. 20, 1802), 368. A.
1802-12472 "Art. XVIII. [Review of] Abaelino the Great Bandit. Translated from the German and adapted to the New York Theatre. By William Dunlap...1802." The American Review and Literary Journal II.4 (Oct. Dec. 1802), 476 477. B.

1803
1803-02000a An Address to the Government of the United States, on the Cession of Louisiana to the French; and on the Late Breach of Treaty by the Spaniards: Including the Translation of a Memorial, on the War of St. Domingo, and Cession of the Missisippi [sic] to France, Drawn Up by a French Counsellor of State. Published by John Conrad & Co. (Philadelphia and Baltimore) and Rapin, Conrad & Co. (Washington City); H. Maxwell, Printer. 1803. 93 pages. A.
1803-02000b An Address to the Government of the United States, on the Cession of Louisiana to the French, etc [same full title as first ed.]. A New Edition, Revised, Corrected and Improved .. Published by John Conrad & Co. (Philadelphia and Baltimore) and Rapin, Conrad & Co. (Washington City); H. Maxwell, Printer. 1803. [Feb.18,] 1803. 56 pages. A.
1803-03000 Monroe's Embassy, or, the Conduct of the Government, in Relation to Our Claims to the Navigation of the Missisippi [sic], Considered, by the Author of an Address to the Government of the United States, on the Cession of Louisiana, &c. &c. Published by John Conrad & Co (Philadelphia, Baltimore), and Rapin, Conrad & Co. (Washington City); H. Maxwell, Printer. [March 3,] 1803. 57 pages. A.

1803 October

1803-10003 "The Editor[‘s] Address to the Public." Literary Magazine I.1 (Oct. 1803), 3 6. Dated: "Sept.1,1803." A.
1803-10006 "Extracts from A Student's Diary [No. I]." Literary Magazine I.1 (Oct. 1803), 6-16. Contents: "[1.] Swift's Polite Conversation" (6); "[2.] Fire" (p.7); "[3.] Yellow Fever" (7-8); "[4.] Authorship" (8-9); "[5.] Pensions" (9-10); "[6.] A Jaunt to Rockaway, in Long Island" (10-16). A.

[Continued in 1803-11081, -12163, 1804-01243, -01250, -02323. -03403. -05083.]


1803-10026 “Ascendancy of the French Language.” Literary Magazine I (Oct. 1803), 26-27. Signed “N.” B.
1803-10027 “The Epithet Royale.” Literary Magazine I (Oct. 1803), 27-28. Signed “W.” B.
1803-10030 “[Review of] A View of South Carolina, as respects her natural and civic concerns...by John Drayton. Charleston, W.P. Young, 1802, 8vo. Boards. Pp. 255.” Literary Magazine I.1 (Oct. 1, 1803), 30 38. Signed “B.” B.
1803-10038 “[Review of] Two Compends for the use of the Philadelphia Academy... 1. Of Elocution; 2. Of Natural History. By James Abercrombie, A.M. one of the Assistant Ministers of Christ‘s Church and St. Peter‘s, and Director of the Academy. [...] Philadelphia, H. Maxwell, [pp.] 254.” Literary Magazine I.1 (Oct. 1, 1803), 38 44. B.

1803-10044 “[Review of] Narrative Poems, by J. d‘Israeli; published by John Conrad & Co. Philadelphia... T. & G. Palmer, printers... 63.” Literary Magazine I.1 (Oct. 1803), 44 46. B.

1803-10052 “Summary of Politics.” Literary Magazine I.1 (1803), 52-60. B.
1803-10061 “Remarkable Occurrences.” Literary Magazine I.1 (Oct. 1803), 61-71. B.
1803-10073 “British Population.” Literary Magazine I.1 (1803), 73-74. B.
1803-10074 “Remarks on Female Dress.” Literary Magazine I.1 (1803), 74-75. B.
1803-10075 “Anecdotes of the Present Emperor of Russia, Alexander I.” Literary Magazine I.1 (1803), 75-77. B.
1803-10077 “Miscellaneous Extracts.” Literary Magazine I.1 (1803), 77-80. B.




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