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

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1803 November
1803-11081 “A Student’s Diary [No. II].” Literary Magazine I.1.2 (Nov. 1803), 81-87. Contents: “[7.] Letter Writing” (81-2); “[8.] On Owhyhee Man” (82-3); “[9.] Legibility in Writing” (83-84); “[10.] Disputation” (84-5); “[11.] Marriage” (pp. 85-87). A.
1803-11100 “Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist.” Literary Magazine I.1.2 (Nov. 1803), 100-104. [1798] A.
1803-11104 “[Review of] The Ruling Passion: an Occasional Poem….By Thomas Paine, A.M.” Literary Magazine 1.2 (Nov 1803), 104-106. B.
1803-11106 “[Review of] History of the British Expedition to Egypt; to which is subjoined, a sketch of the present state of that country and its means of defence. Illustrated with maps, and a portrait of Sir Ralph Abercromby. By Robert Thomas Wilson, lieutenant colonel of cavalry in his Britannic Majesty‘s service, and knight of the Imperial Military Order of Maria Theresea. [...] Philadelphia: published by Conrad, & Co.—Bonsal & Niles, Printers, Wilmington–[pp.] 317.” Literary Magazine I.2 (Nov. 1, 1803), 106 109. B.
1803-11110 “To Laura, Offended” [a poem]. Literary Magazine I (Nov. 1803), 110. B.
1803-11112 “Memoirs of Count de Parades.” Literary Magazine 1.2 (Nov 1803), 112-115. B.

1803-11119 “Account of Algiers.” Literary Magazine 1.2 (Nov 1803), 119-124. B

1803-11133 “Abstract of the Report of the Secretary of the Treasury.” Literary Magazine 1.2 (Nov 1803), 133-137. B.
1803-11138 “Account of Boethius.” Literary Magazine 1.2 (Nov 1803), 138-141. B.
1803-11141 “Story of Cecilia.” Literary Magazine 1.2 (Nov 1803), 141-144. B.
1803-11144. “Essay on the Arts, Commonly Called Imitative.” Literary Magazine 1.2 (Nov 1803), 144-150. B.
1803-11153 “Remarkable Occurrences.” Literary Magazine I.2 (Nov. 1803), 153-158. B.
1803-11158 “Note from the Editor. Literary Magazine I.2 (Nov. 1, 1803), 158. A.

1803 December
1803-12163 “A Student’s Diary [No. III]. Literary Magazine I.3 (Dec. 1803), 163-173. Contents: [12. On the odes of Anacreon] (163-165); “[13.] Poetry” (165-166); [14.] Latinisms” (166-167); “[15.] Memorandums made on a Journey through part of Pennsylvania” (167-173). A.
1803-12180 “[Editor’s Introduction to] Chemical Question.” Literary Magazine 1.3 (December 1803), 180. A.
1803-12181 “Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist [No. II].” Literary Magazine 1.3 (December 1803), 181-184. A.

1803-12185 [“Account of the Statues, Busts, &c in the Collection of the Academy of Arts. New York; The Phthian [sic] Apollo: called the Apollo Belvedere. Venus of the Capital. Laocoon.” Literary Magazine I.3 (December 1803), 185-186. B.

1803-12187 “Article 2 ; Gladiator of the Borghese Place. Castor and Pollux. Germanicus. Hermaphrodite. Ceres. Venus of the Bath. Torso of a Venus. Grecian Cupid. Homer. Demosthenes. The Family of Niobe. Bacchus. Roma.” Literary Magazine I.3 (December 1803), 186-190. B.

[follows on first art article above, 1803-12185]

1803-12190 "[Review of] Boston ... —a Poem, by Winthrop Sargent." Literary Magazine I.3 (December 1803), 190-191. Signed "O." B.
1803-12193 “[Editor’s Introduction to] ‘The Four Ages’ by Cowper.” Literary Magazine I.3 (December 1803), 193. B.
1803-12194 “[Editor’s Introduction to] ‘The Curate’ by Penrose.” Literary Magazine I.3 (December 1803), 194-195. B.
1803-12202 “Memoirs of Count de Parades.” Literary Magazine I.3 (December 1803), 202-204. B.
1803-12211 “Anecdotes of Benjamin Count Rumsford.” Literary Magazine I.3 (December 1803), 211-214. B.
1803-12219 “Hatfield.” Literary Magazine I.3 (December 1803), 219-222. B.
1803-12224 “Memoirs of James Boswell, Esq.” Literary Magazine I.3 (December 1803), 224-238. B.
1803-12238 “Remarkable Occurrences.” Literary Magazine I.3 (Dec. 1803), 238-240. B.

1803-12239 “Literary Intelligence.” Literary Magazine I.3 (Dec. 1803), 239-240. B.

1803-12240 “Notes from the Editor.” Literary Magazine I.3 (Dec. 1803), 240. A.

1804
1804-00000 A View of the Soil and Climate of the United States: with Supplementary Remarks upon Florida; on the French Colonies of the Mississippi and Ohio, and in Canada; and on the Aboriginal Tribes of America. By C. F. Volney. Translated, with Occasional Remarks, by C. B. Brown. Philadelphia, Published by J. Conrad & Co…; Printed by T. & G. Palmer (1804). A.

[Summer 1804?; See 1804-08332]



1804 January
1804-01245 “A Student’s Diary [No. IV].” Literary Magazine I.4 (Jan. 1804), 245-247. Contents: “[16.] What is a Gentleman” (245a-246a); “[17.] Lindley Murray” (246a-245b); “[18. Female Learning” (245b-246b); “[19.] Antiques” (246b-247). A.
1804-01248 “On Quakerism ... A Dialogue.” Literary Magazine I.4 (Jan. 1804), 248-250. B.
1804-01250 “Memorandums made on a Journey through part of Pennsylvania.” Literary Magazine I.4 (Jan. 1804), 250-255. A.
1804-01255 “Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist.” Literary Magazine I.4 (Jan. 1804), 255-259. [1798] A.

1804-01261 “[Review of] The Letters of the British Spy. Originally published in the Virginia Argus, in August and September, 1803. Richmond: Pleasants.... pp. 43.” Literary Magazine I.4 (Jan. 1804), 261 264. B.

1804-01265 “[Review of’ The Town and Country Friend and Physician.” Literary Magazine 1.4 (Jan 1804), 265-267. B.
1804-01270 “Brandy.” Literary Magazine 1.4 (Jan 1804), 270-271. B.
1804-01280 “Memoirs of Count de Parades.” Literary Magazine I.4 (Jan 1804), 280-283. B.
1804-01283 “Account of the present state of the province of Buenos-Ayres, in South America.” Literary Magazine I.4 (Jan 1804), 283-288. B.
1804-01297 “Account of the Inhabitants of Algiers, and Country Subject to the Dey, and of Their Difference with Respect to Origin, Character, and Civil Relations.” Literary Magazine I.4 (Jan 1804), 297-301. B.

1804-01305 “Some Observations on Diaries, Self-Biography, and Self-Characters.” Literary Magazine I.4 (Jan 1804), 305-308. B.


1804-01317 “Remarkable Occurrences.” Literary Magazine I.4 (Jan. 1804), 317-320. B.

1804 February
1804-02323 “A Student[‘]s Diary......[No. V].” Literary Magazine I.5 (Febr. 1804), 323-328. Contents: “[20.] Robinson Crusoe” (323-324); “[21.] Friendship” (324-326), “[22.] Fame” (326-327); “[23.] Cui bono?” (327-328). A.
1804-02332 “Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist [No. 4]. (Continued from page 259.).” Literary Magazine I.5 (Feb. 1803), 332-335. [1798] A.

1804-02341 “On the Salubrity of Warm Rooms.” Literary Magazine I. 5 (Feb. 1804), 341-343. B.

1804-02345 “[Review of] The Life and Posthumous Writings of William Cowper, Esq. with an Introductory Letter to the Right Honourable Earl Cowper ... By William Hayley, Esq. Boston ... Manning and Loring, and E. Lincoln ... 8vo.” Literary Magazine I. [5] (Feb. 1804), 345 348. B.
1804-02357 “Biographical Sketch of Louis Bourbon, Prince of Conde.” Literary Magazine I. 5 (Feb. 1804), 357-359. B.
1804-02366 “The Man in the Iron Mask.” Literary Magazine I. 5 (Feb. 1804), 366-369. B.
1804-02369 “Memoirs of Dr. John Moore.” Literary Magazine I. [5] (Feb. 1804), 369-374. B.
1804-02374 “Character of Mr. Burke.” Literary Magazine I. 5 (Feb. 1804), 374-376. B.
1804-02377a “Anticipation of Major Lewis’s Journal.” Literary Magazine I. 5 (Feb. 1804), 377. B.
1804-02377b “Anecdote of General Lee.” Literary Magazine I. 5 (Feb. 1804), 377-378. B.
1804-02378 “Account of a Fire Ball.” Literary Magazine I. 5 (Feb. 1804), 378-379. B.
1804-02379 “Meteoric Stone.” Literary Magazine I. 5 (Feb. 1804), 379. B.
1804-02384 “Biographical Memoirs of the Late Dr. Darwin.” Literary Magazine I. 5 (Feb. 1804), 384-388. B.

1804-02388 “Whence Arises the Diversity of Opinion?” Literary Magazine I. 5 (Feb. 1804), 388-393. B.

1804-02396 “Remarkable Occurrences.” Literary Magazine I.5 (Feb. 1804), 398-400. B.

1804 March
1804-03403 “A Student[‘]s Diary......[No. VI].” Literary Magazine I.6 (March 1804), 403-408. Contents: “[24.] Novel-Reading” (403-405); “[25.] Wooden Buildings”(405-407); “[26.] Eddystone” (407); “[27.] Duelling” (407-408). A.
1804-03412 “Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist [No. 5].” Literary Magazine I. 6 (Mar. 1804), 412-416. A.
1804-03419 “[Review of] A Brief Retrospect of the Eighteenth Century…by Samuel Millar.” Literary Magazine I. 6 (Mar. 1804), 419-424. A.

1804-03431 “[Editor’s Introduction to] Some Account of the Life of Mr. Cooper, the Tragedian.” Literary Magazine I. 6 (Mar. 1804), 431-434. A.


1804-03434 “Remarks on Darwin’s Temple of Nature.” Literary Magazine I. 6 (Mar. 1804), 434-440. B.
1804-03440 “Biographical Memoirs of the Late Dr. Darwin [No. 2].” Literary Magazine I. 6 (Mar. 1804), 440-445. B.
1804-03470 “The Possibility of Preventing, and Averting, the Effects of Thunder.” Literary Magazine I. 6 (Mar. 1804), 470-472. B.
1804-03474 “Abolition of Slavery in New Jersey.” Literary Magazine I. 6 (Mar. 1804), 474. B.

1804 April

1804-04003 “Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist [No. 6].” Literary Magazine II.7 (Apr. 1804), 3-7. A.

1804-04009 “Portraits.” Literary Magazine II.7 (Apr. 1804), 9. B.
1804-04015 “[Review of] Poems, by Peter Bayley, jun. Esq.” Literary Magazine II.7 (Apr. 1804), 15-17. B.
1804-04020 “Anecdotes of Bacon the Sculptor.” Literary Magazine II.7 (Apr. 1804), 20-21. B.
1804-04027 “Explanation of the Hindoo Terms Gunny, Haram, Khaun, Killedar, Shilinga, Zemindar.” Literary Magazine II.7 (Apr. 1804), 27-28. B.
1804-04060 “Anecdote of Dr. Johnson.” Literary Magazine II.7 (Apr. 1804), 60. B.
1804-04061a “Character of the Stork.” Literary Magazine II.7 (Apr. 1804), 61. B.
1804-04061b “Sociability of the Lapwing.” Literary Magazine II.7 (Apr. 1804), 61. B.
1804-04063 “Account of the Burying Beetle.” Literary Magazine II.7 (Apr. 1804), 63-64. B.
1804-04079 “The Oran Otan.” Literary Magazine II.7 (Apr. 1804), 79-80. B.
1804-04080 “Notes from the Editor.” Literary Magazine II.7 (April 1804), 80. A.

1804 May

1804-05083 “A Student’s Diary......[No. VII].” Literary Magazine II.8 (May 1804). 83-84. Contents: “[28.] St. Blaize the Hermit” (83-84); “[29.] The Automatic Chess-Player” (84-85); “[30.] Spirituous Liquors” (85-86); “[31.] Empiricism and King’s Evil” (86-87); “[32.] Canine Madness” (87); “[33.] Duelling” (87-89). A.

1804-05089 “Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist [No. 6].” Literary Magazine II.8 (May 1804), 89-93. A.

1804-05135 “On the National Dress.” Literary Magazine II.8 (May 1804), 135-136. B.
1804-05137 “Mohammedan History of the Creation and Fall of Man.” Literary Magazine II.8 (May 1804), 137-138. A.
1804-05138 “Latour d’Auvergne.” Literary Magazine II.8 (May 1804), 138-139. B.
1804-05140 “Of Some Strange Customs in use Among Various Nations.” Literary Magazine II.8 (May 1804), 140-145. B.

1804-05145 “Why is the Bible Divided Numerically into Chapters and Verses?” Literary Magazine II.8 (May 1804), 145-147. B.


1804-05147 “On the Present State of Music.” Literary Magazine II.8 (May 1804), 147-149. B.
1804-05152 “Varieties; Misrepresentation Common in Accounts of Sieges. Etiquette.” Literary Magazine II.8 (May 1804), 152-154. B.
1804-05158 “Manners of Monkeys.” Literary Magazine II.8 (May 1804), 158-159. B.
1804-05160 “Anecdote from Poggi.” Literary Magazine II.8 (May 1804), 160. B.

1804 June

[Brown’s 4 July, 1804 letter to John Blair Linn explains that besides one item (by “Valverdi”) he wrote “all the rest” of the “original prose” in the June issue and “the whole original department” of the July issue.]

1804-06163 “On a Taste for the Picturesque.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 163 165. Signed “Looker-On.” A.

[Reprinted from 1800-07011.]

1804-06165 “Thoughts on Religion, as a Branch of Female Education.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 165-168. A.

1804-06169 “Sketch of the Origin and Present State of Philadelphia.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 169-175. A.

[Brown's one-paragraph introduction to a reprinting of this piece.]

1804-06180 “On Plagiarism.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 180 182. Signed “Alcander.” A.
1804-06183 “Varieties; St. Peter’s Scull. A Preservative Against Earthquake and Thunder. Henry IV. Stonehenge. Female Beauty.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 183-185. A.
1804-06195 “Hair Changed through Fright.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 195-196. A.
1804-06196 “The Knights of Thebes and Troy.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 196-197. A.
1804-06204 "Memoirs of Mrs. Chapone.” Literary Magazine II (June 1804), 204-205. A.
1804-06205 “Wisdom of the Elephant.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 205-206. A.
1804-06212 “Manners of the Dog.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 212-214. A.
1804-06220 “Marriage Ceremonies.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 220-221. A.
1804-06221a “Influence of Light on Vegetables.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 221. A.

1804-06221b “Letters in Bottles.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 221-222. A.

1804-06222 “Habits and Manners of the Lion.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 222-223. A.

1804-06223 “Curious Facts Relating to Stones and Other Substances, Said to Have Fallen at Different Periods, and in Different Places, from the Clouds.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 223-231. A.


1804-06238 “A Short View of the Craniocnomic [sic] System of Dr. Gall of Vienna.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 238-240. A.

[The interspersed critiques of Gall’s assertions, presented as paragraphs within square brackets, seem to be Brown’s interpellations within an otherwise reprinted text.]


1804-06240 “Anecdotes of the Hare.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 240. A.
1804-06215 “Thoughts on the Probable Duration of the American Republic.” Literary Magazine II.9 (June 1804), 215-220. A.

[see Levine (2004), 353 notes 36, 37].



1804 July

[Brown’s 4 July 1804 letter to John Blair Linn states that he wrote “the whole original department” of the July issue.]


1804-07246 “A Miser.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July, 1804), 246-248. Signed “C.” A.
1804-07248a “La Chemise de la Vierge Marie.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July,1804), 248. A.

1804-07248b “For the Literary Magazine. Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist. Continued. [No.7].” Literary Magazine II.10 (July,1804), 248-252. [1798] A.

1804-07257a “John Churchman.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 257. A.
1804-07257b “Stones from the Moon.” Literary Magazine II (July 1804), 257-258. A.
1804-07258 “On the Character of Thomas Day.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 258-260. A.
1804-07260a “Italian Poplar.” Literary Magazine II (July 1804), 260. A.
1804-07260b “Personal Similitudes.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 260-263. Signed “Felix.” A.
1804-07292 “Ninon de l’Enclos.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 292-293. A.
1804-07298 “Man…Politico-Arithmetically Considered.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 298-299. A.
1804-07299 “Infernal Machine.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 299. A.
1804-07304 “Account of Mrs. Delany.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 304. A.
1804-07305 “Show and Use, An Apologue.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 305-306. A.
1804-07309 “Meeting between Elephants.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 309-310. A.
1804-07310a “Music.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 310. A.

1804-07310b “Matthew Prior’s Epitaph.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 310. A.

1804-07310c “Infernal Machine.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 310-311. A.
1804-07311a “Cold Affusion Used Medicinally by Mahomet.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 311. A.
1804-07311b “Nutriment from Bones.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 311-312. A.
1804-07312 “A Cavern Newly Discovered.” Literary Magazine, II.10 (July 1804), 312. A.
1804-07315 “Vanity of Richardson.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 315-316. A.
1804-07318a “An Account of the Chemical Analysis of Certain Stones and Other Substances Said to have Fallen from the Clouds, and of the Several Theories Adopted by Philosophers to Account for the Phenomena” [No. 1].” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 318. A.
1804-07318b “List of New Publications in July.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 318 320. 236. A.
1804-07320 “To Correspondents.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 320. A.
1804-07321 “Baron Humboldt.” Literary Magazine II.10 (July 1804), 321-327. A.

1804 August

1804-08331 “Biographical Sketch of John Adams.” Literary Magazine II.11 (August 1804), 331-332. B.

1804-08343 “British Pension List.” Literary Magazine II.11 (August 1804), 343-344. B.
1804-08344a “Dogs.” Literary Magazine II.11 (August 1804), 344. B.
1804-08344b "Notices of American Writers and Publications." Literary Magazine II.11 (Aug., 1804), 344-356. B.
1804-08356 “European Literary News.” Literary Magazine II.11 (August 1804), 356. B.
1804-08359 “Vaccination.” Literary Magazine II.11 (August 1804), 359-360. B.
1804-08360 “Anecdotes.” Literary Magazine II.11 (August 1804), 360-361. B.
1804-08361 "Godwin and Malthus.” Literary Magazine II.11 (Aug. 1804), 361-369. B.

1804-08369 “Works in Prison.” Literary Magazine II.11 (August 1804), 369-370. B.


1804-08370 “Biographical Sketch of Gessner.” Literary Magazine II.11 (August 1804), 370-372. B.
1804-08374 “A Newton-Mad Man.” Literary Magazine II.11 (August 1804), 374-375. B.
1804-08375 “Cretins, or Swiss Idiots.” Literary Magazine II.11 (August 1804), 375. B.

1804-08385 “An Account of the Chemical Analyses of Certain Stones and Other Substances Said to Have Fallen from the Clouds, and of the Several Theories Adopted by Philosophers to Account for the Phenomena” [No. 2].” Literary Magazine II.11 (August 1804), 385-389. B.

1804-08399 "On the Choice of a Wife. From a Father to a Son." Literary Magazine II.11 (Aug. 1804), 399-402. B.
1804-08402 “Love.” Literary Magazine II.11 (August 1804), 402-403. B.
1804-08403 “Is Rhyme an Ornament, or a Defect, in Verse?” Literary Magazine II.11 (August 1804), 403-408. B.
1804-08409 “List of New Publications in August.” Literary Magazine II.11 (Aug. 1804), 409 410. B.
1804-08410 “To Correspondents.” Literary Magazine II.11 (Aug. 1804), 410. A.

1804 September
1804-09413 “Thomas Jefferson.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 413-414. B.
1804-09414a “Milton’s Religion.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 414. B.
1804-09414b “Cowper’s Religion.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 414-415. B.
1804-09415a “Origin of Gazettes.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 415. B.
1804-09415b “[Editor’s Introduction and Response to] Nature of Virtue.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 415-416. A.

1804-09416 “The Jewish High Priest.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 416. B.

1804-09419 “On Double Endings in Rhyme.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 419-420. B.
1804-09420 “Economy of Light.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 420-422. B.
1804-09429 “Anecdotes of Edward Drinker.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 429. B.
1804-09444 “A Musical Ear Explained.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 444-445. B.

1804-09445 “Rotation of the Sun.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 445. B.


1804-09449a “On Telescopes.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 449. B.

[added 5/2007, rb-mc]


1804-09449b “Death.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 449. B.
1804-09453 “Anecdotes of Putnam.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 453-459. B.
1804-09459 “Story of Mrs. Howe.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 459-461. B.
1804-09461 “The Neapolitan Baron.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 461-464. B.
1804-09464 “Biographical Sketch of General Bowles.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 464-465. B.

1804-09469 "Is Marriage or Celibacy Most Eligible? Or, Is the Matron or the Old Maid the Best Member of Society?" Literary Magazine II.12 (Sept. 1804), 468-470. B.

1804-09470 “Sicard’s Mode of Teaching the Deaf and the Dumb.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 470-471. B.

1804-09481 “Amadis de Gaul.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 481-482. B.
1804-09487 “On the Roman Stage, and the Character of Plautus.” Literary Magazine II.12 (September 1804), 487-489. B.
1804-09490a “List of New Publications, in September.” Literary Magazine II.12 (Sept. 1804), 490. B.
1804-09490b “To Correspondents.” Literary Magazine II.12 (Sept. 1804), 490. A.


1804 October
1804-10491 “Alexander Hamilton; with a Portrait.” Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 491-492. B.
1804-10502 “Mistakes of Travellers.” Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 502-504. B.
1804-10521 “Klyogg.” Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 521-522. B.
1804-10524 “Varieties of Literature; The Beguines. A Flemish Pulpit. Friar John of Lorraine.” Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 524-525. B.
1804-10530 “Anecdotes.” Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 530-531. B.
1804-10531 "Notices of Recent Publications." Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 531-532. Signed "X." B.

1804-10532 "European Literary Intelligence." Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 532-533. B.

1804-10546 “Manners.” Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 546. B.

[Brown’s one-paragraph introduction for two reprinted anecdotes, signed by their authors.]

1804-10547 “Dansomania in France. Beatification. Duelling. Singing Parrot. Eastern Nuptials. Character of Lord Kenyon.” Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 547-549. B.

[A collection of six anecdotes].

1804-10550 “Schinderhannes, the Robber.” Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 550-551. B.
1804-10552 “The Forced Story: Anecdote of Lord Kelly. Tager Talpier. Anecdote.” Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 552-553. B.
1804-10553 “President Willard.” Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 553-554. B.
1804-10561 “State of the Jews.” Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 561-562. B.
1804-10562 “Sketch of the Life and Death of Charette, the Famous Leader of the Vendean War.” Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 562-564. B.

1804-10565 “Herder’s Sentiments on Man.” Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 565. B.


1804-10567 “Arabian Poetry.” Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 567. B.
1804-10568 "List of New Publications, in October." Literary Magazine II.13 (October 1804), 568. B.




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