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

:)


Download 0.66 Mb.
Page5/9
Date conversion01.05.2018
Size0.66 Mb.
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9

1804 November
1804-11571 “Benjamin Franklin.” Literary Magazine II.14 (November 1804), 571. B.
1804-11581 “On The Poetry of Spain and Portugal.” Literary Magazine II.14 (November 1804), 581-583. B.
1804-11586 “Canine Virtues.” Literary Magazine II.14 (November 1804), 586-588. B.
1804-11598 “Critical Notices. No. IX.” Literary Magazine II.14 (Nov. 1804), 598 602. B.
1804-11648 “List of New Publications in November.” Literary Magazine II.14 (Nov. 1804), 648. B.

1804 December
1804-12651 "Sketch of John Jay. With a Portrait." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 651-652. B.
1804-12653a "The Gleaner. How to Preserve Potatoes Throughout the Year." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 653. B.
1804-12653b "Condorcet's Posthumous Work. Dutch Translation of Ovid. Philosophical Language. Perkins.” Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 653-654. B.
1804-12654a "Stereotype Printing." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 654. B.

1804-12654b "The Horse Without Hair." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 654-655. B.

1804-12655a "Greathead's Life-boat. Anecdote of Frederick and Alexander." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 655. B.
1804-12655b "St. Domingo." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 655-657. B.
1804-12657a "Splines." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 657. B.
1804-12657b “Fielding and Richardson.” Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 657 659. B.
1804-12659 “Introduction of the Kine Pock into India.” Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 659-661. B.
1804-12661a "Pedigree of the English Language." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 661. B.
1804-12661b "Dr. Young." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 661-663. B.
1804-12664 “Varieties of Literature. What Are the Arians, Socinians, Necessarians, and Materialists?” Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 664-665. B.
1804-12665a "Sir Isaac Newton's Religion." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 665. B.
1804-12665b "Interpretations of Prophecy." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 665-666. B.
1804-12666a "The Seat of Excellence." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 666. B.

1804-12666b "The German School of Painting." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 666-667. B.

1804-12667a "The Oil of Arachis." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 667. B.
1804-12667b "Difference Between the Nile and St. Domingo Crocodile." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 667-668. B.
1804-12668a "A Substitute for Brewer's Yeast." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 668. B.
1804-12668b "Ambergris." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 668-669. B.
1804-12669a "Cavern near Nice." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 669. B.
1804-12669b "New Zealand Flax, or Aloe-Pitte." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 669. B.
1804-12669c "Cast Iron Bridge over the Thames." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 669. B.
1804-12670a "Gray's Fragment." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 669-670. B.
1804-12670b "Sir Kinelm Digby." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 670-671. B.
1804-12671a "Descartes. Voiture." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 671. B.
1804-12671b "William Noy." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 671. B.
1804-12671c "Lay Preaching." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 671-672. B.

1804-12672 "A Pun out of Order." Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 672. B.

1804-12679 “To Clara” [a poem]. Literary Magazine II (Dec. 1804), 679. Dated “January 3, 1801.” B.

1804-12716 “State of Women Among the Arabs.” Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec.1804), 716-718. B.


1804-12728 “List of New Publications in December.” Literary Magazine II.15 (Dec. 1804), 728. B.

1805
1805-00003 “A Sketch of the Life and Character of John Blair Linn.” Prefaced to John Blair Linn’s Valerian, A Narrative Poem... (Philadelphia, 1805), 3-24. A.

[Reprinted in Port-Folio I (Jan. 1809), 21-9, 129-43, 195-203. See 1809-01021].



1805 January
1805-01003 “Thoughts on Population.” Literary Magazine III.16 (Jan. 1805), 3-6. B.
1805-01006 “Romances.” Literary Magazine III.16 (Jan. 1805), 6 7. A.
1805-01012 “Adversaria. No IV. Quotations.” Literary Magazine III.16 (Jan. 1805), 12-13. B.
1805-01013a “Duelling.” Literary Magazine III.16 (Jan. 1805), 13. B.
1805-01013b “The Henriade.” Literary Magazine III.16 (Jan. 1805), 13-15. B.
1805-01015 “The Female Sex.” Literary Magazine III.16 (Jan. 1805), 15-16. B.

1805-01016a “Sternhold and Hopkins.” Literary Magazine III.16 (Jan. 1805), 16. B.

1805-01016b “Novels.” Literary Magazine III.16 (Jan. 1805), 16-17. B.
1805-01019 “Job Strutt. No. I.” Literary Magazine III.16 (Jan. 1805), 19-22. B.
1805-01022 “New Year’s Day. A Fragment.” Literary Magazine III.16 (Jan. 1805), 22-23. Dated “Jan.1, 1805.” Signed “X.” B.
1805-01023 “Humphrey’s Works.” Literary Magazine III.16 (Jan. 1805), 23-24. B.
1805-01059 “Varieties of Superstition.” Literary Magazine III.16 (Jan. 1805), 59-62. B.
1805-01069 “Remarkable Occurrences.” Literary Magazine III.16 (Jan. 1805) 69-80. B.

1805 February
1805-02083 “Fortune-Telling.” Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805), 83-84. B.
1805-02085 “Marcia The Vestal.” Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805), 85. B.
1805-02086 “A Specimen of Agricultural Improvement. Extracted from the correspondence of a traveller in Scotland.” Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805), 86-93. A.

[Continued as “Specimen of Political Improvement” in 1805-03120, 1805-03201, 1805-05214.]

[Historical Sketches fragment 7; see Barnard (2004)].

1805-02093 "On the Recession of the District of Columbia." Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805), 93-96. B.

1805-02097 “American Prospects.” Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805), 97. B.
1805-02102 “Unequal Marriages.” Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805), 102-103. Signed “O.” B.
1805-01103 "Critical Remarks on Austin's Letters from London." Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805), 103-106. B.
1805-01108 "Richard the Third and Perkin Warbeck." Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805), 108-110. B.
1805-02110 “For the Literary Magazine. Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist. Continued from vol. II, page 252.” Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805), 110-114. [1798]. A.
1805-02114 “Adversaria. No. V.: Sterne. Reading. Epigram on the Scots. Diderot. Tea. Versatility of the Mob. Tiberius. Golden Ages. Female Dress. Authors.” Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805), 114-116. B.
1805-02116 “Life of the Student.” Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805), 116-117. B.
1805-02117 “Plagiarism. A Remarkable Speech of Mr. Cuffe. Odd Advertisement.” Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805), 117. B.
1805-02120 “Specimen of Political Improvement.” Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb., 1805), 120-128. A.

[Continued from 1805-02086].

[Historical Sketches fragment 8a; see Barnard (2004)]

1805-02128 “On Gratitude.” Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805), 128-129. B.

1805-02129 “Heraldic Enthusiasm. On Punning. Medical Anecdotes.” Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805), 129-134. B.
1805-02147 “Remarkable Occurrences.” Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805),147-160. B.
1805-02160 “Notes from the Editor.” Literary Magazine III.17 (Feb. 1805), 160. A.


1805 March
1805-03163 “The Secret of Long Life.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 163-164. B.
1805-03165 “Virgil’s Mornings.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 165-167. B.
1805-03169 “Don Quixote.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 169-170. B.
1805-03170 “Some Account of the Great Dismal Swamp.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 170-171. B.
1805-03173 “Adversaria. No. VI.: Property and Marriage. Female Dress. Manners. The scene, Hell.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 173-178. Signed “Cento.” B.
1805-03178 “Is a Free or Despotic Government Most Friendly to Human Happiness.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 178-181. B.

1805-03181 “Plan for the Improvement and Diffusion of the Arts, Adapted to the United States.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 181-183. B.

1805-03184 “Historical Sketches: State of France under Louis the Fifteenth.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 184-185. B.
1805-03185 “Genoese Patriotism.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 185-186. B.
1805-03186 “Charles Stuart.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 186. B.

[added 5/2007, rb-mc]


1805-03187 “On the Progress of Nautical Science.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 187-188. B.
1805-03188a “Literary Blunders.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 188. B.
1805-03188b “Thoughts on the Former and Present State of Holland.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 188-189. B.
1805-03190 “On the American Consitution.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 190-192. B.
1805-03192 “Literary Fashion.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 192-193. B.
1805-03194 “Origin of Quakerism.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 194-195. Signed “X.” B.
1805-03200 “Mrs. Barbauld and Miss Burney.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 200-201. B.
1805-03201a “Omnipotence of Love.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 201. B.

1805-03201b “Specimen of Political Improvement.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 201-205. A.

[Continuing from 1805-02120; Continued as 1805-03214.]

[Historical Sketches fragment 8b; see Barnard (2004)]

1805-03205 “Connecticut Scenery. From a Traveller’s Journal.” Literary Magazine III.18 (march 1805), 205-207. B.
1805-03208a “Employment of a Cure for Lunacy.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 208. B.
1805-03208b “Marvellous Stories.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 208 210. Signed “X.” B.
1805-03210 “For the Literary Magazine. Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist. Continued from page 114.” Literary Magazine III.19 (March 1805), 210-214. [1798] A.
1805-03214 “A Specimen of Political Improvement.” Literary Magazine III.19 (March 1805), 214-225. A.

[Continuing from 1805-03201b].



[Historical Sketches fragment 8c; see Barnard (2004)].
1805-03225 “Critical Remarks on Buchanan’s Advice to Mothers.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 225-231. B.
1805-03233 “Remarkable Occurrences.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 233-240. B.
1805-03240 “List of New Publications in March” & “Notes from the Editor.” Literary Magazine III.18 (March 1805), 240. A.


1805 April
1805-04256 “On Classical Learning.” Literary Magazine III.19 (April 1805), 256 258. B.

1805-04269 “Madelina. A Female Portrait.” Literary Magazine III.19 (April 1805), 269-272. [reprint of 1802-04105]. B.

1805-04272 “Adversaria No. VII.” Literary Magazine III.19 (April 1805), 272-275. B.
1805-04281 “Shakespeare‘s Similes.” Literary Magazine III.19 (April 1805), 281 284. Signed “X.” B.
1805-04284 “On Mathematical Studies.” Literary Magazine III.19 (April 1805), 284-286. Signed “W.” B.
1805-04288 “Terrific Novels.” Literary Magazine III.19 (April 1805), 288 289. Signed “O.” B.
1805-04290 “Volcanoes.” Literary Magazine III.19 (April 1805), 290-291. Signed “R.” B.
1805-04293 “Government of Louisiana, as Organized by Law.” Literary Magazine III.19 (April 1805), 293. Signed “W.” B.
1805-04294 “Vanity.” Literary Magazine III.19 (April 1805), 294. Signed “W.” B.
1805-04301 “[D]uties [sic] of Editors.” Literary Magazine III.19 (April 1805), 301-302. B.
1805-04310 “Criticism.” Literary Magazine III.19 (April 1805), 310-316. B.
1805-04318 “American Literary Intelligence.” Literary Magazine III.19 (April 1805), 318 320. B.
1805-04320 “To Correspondents.” Literary Magazine III.19 (April 1805), 320. A.

1805 May

1805-05331 “The Women of the Romans.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805), 331-332. Signed “R.” B.
1805-05333 “Alliance between Poverty and Genius.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805), 333. Signed “B.” B.
1805-05335 “Somnambulism. A fragment.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805), 335-347. A.
1805-05347 “Law of Nations.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805), 347-348. Signed “R.” B.
1805-05348 “Progress of Geometry.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805), 348-349. Signed “W.” B.
1805-05349 “Adversaria No. VIII.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805), 349-352. Signed “Cento.” B.
1805-05359 “A Literary Lady.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805), 359. Signed “N.” B.
1805-05360 “On the Character of Sir William Jones.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805), 360-362. Signed “N.” B.
1805-05365 “Description of Cohoes Falls. From a Manuscript Journal.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805), 365-366. Dated “July 1803.” B.
1805-05368 “On the Merits of Cicero.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805), 368 369. B.
1805-05374 “On Collections of Paintings.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805) 374-375. B.

1805-05375 “Literary News from England.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805), 375 377. B.

1805-05385 “Report of the Committee Relative to the Establishment of Schools throughout the States of Pennsylvania, in such a Manner that the Poor May Be taught Gratis.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805), 385-386. B.
1805-05389 “Review. The History of Virginia, from its first settlement to the present day. By John Burk. Vol. 1. 8vo.Petersburg, 1804. pp. 348.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805), 389 96. B.
1805-05400a “Literary Intelligence.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805), 400. B.
1805-05400b “To Correspondents.” Literary Magazine III.20 (May 1805), 400. A.

1805 June
1805-06403 “Goldsmith and Johnson.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 403 404. Signed “B.” B.
1805-06404 “Ciceronians.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 404-405. Signed “R.” B.
1805-06405 “Situations of Coal.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 405-406. B.
1805-06406 “Voice of Birds.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 406-408. B.
1805-06408 “Learning and Politeness.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 408-409. B.
1805-06409 “A Modern Sampson.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 409-410. Signed “O.” B.

1805-06413 “Symptoms of Genius.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 413-414. Signed “N.” B.

1805-06417 “The Nightingale and the Mock-bird.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 417-419. B.
1805-06416 “Settlement in Marriage.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 416-417. B.
1805-06419 “On Persian Poetry and Hafiz.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 419 23. Signed “B.” A.
1805-06424 “Spenser‘s Fairy Queen Modernized.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June, 1805), 424 425. Signed “R.” B.
1805-06425 “Pope’s Universal Prayer Examined.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 425-426. Signed “O.” B.
1805-06426 “Has Classical Learning an Anti-Christian Tendency?” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 426-428. B.
1805-06428 “Influence of Religion on Happiness.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 428-431. B.
1805-06432 “Shakespeare Re-examined.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 432-433. B.
1805-06434 “National Liberty and Happiness.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 434-435. B.
1805-06449 “On Didactic Poetry and the Georgics.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 449-450. B.
1805-06451 “The Iron Mask.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 451-454. B.

1805-06466 “On Announcing Marriages with Clergymen’s Names.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 466-467. B.

1805-06471 “Foreign Intelligence, Literary and Philosophical.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 471 477. B.
1805-06479 “Literary Intelligence.” Literary Magazine III.21 (June 1805), 479 480. B.

1805 July
1805-07003 “Adversaria No. IX.” Literary Magazine IV.22 (July 1805), 3-8. B.
1805-07008 “Wonders.” Literary Magazine IV.22 (July 1805), 8-13. B.
1805-07017 “On Story Telling.” Literary Magazine IV.22 (July 1805), 17 19. Signed “O.” B.
1805-07020 “On the Culture of the Sugar-Maple.” Literary Magazine IV.22 (July 1805), 20-21. B.
1805-07031 “Translations.” Literary Magazine IV.22 (July, 1805), 31-32. Signed “N.” B.
1805-07033 “Circulation of Newspapers.” Literary Magazine IV.22 (July 1805), 33 34. Signed “C.” B.
1805-07038 “German Cemeteries. Bunyan’s Library. Johnson.” Literary Magazine IV.22 (July 1805), 38-39. B.
1805-07039. “A Description of New Orleans.” Literary Magazine IV.22 (July 1805), 39-42. B.

[Beginning of the piece by Brown, introducing the body by another writer.]

1805-07042 “On Literary Industry.” Literary Magazine IV.22 (July 1805), 42-45. B.

1805-07045 “Thomson’s Seasons.” Literary Magazine IV.22 (July 1805), 45. B.
1805-07053 “Sketch of Samuel Richardson.” Literary Magazine IV.22 (July 1805), 53-55. B.
1805-07055 Literary Popularity.” Literary Magazine IV.22 (July 1805), 55-56. B.
1805-07058 “On the Style of Sir T. Browne, Dr. Johnson, and Mr. Gibbon.” Literary Magazine IV.22 (July 1805), 58 60. B.
1805-07060 “On Fleetwood, Godwin‘s Last Novel.” Literary Magazine IV.22 (July 1805), 60 66. Signed “Z.” B.
1805-07066 “Foreign News, Literary and Philosophical.” Literary Magazine IV.22 (July 1805), 66 73. B.

1805 August
1805-08088 “Hydrophobia.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 88-89. B.
1805-08089 “Character of Hayley, and his Last Poem.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 89-90. B.
1805-08090 “History and Culture of the Coffee.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 90-91. B.
1805-08092 “Vaccination Vindicated.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 92-93. B.
1805-08093 “Verbal Disputes.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 93-94. B.

1805-08095 “Dr. Johnson Inventor of Magazines.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 95-96. B.

1805-08096 “Comparative State of Philadelphia.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 96-97. Signed “B.” B.
1805-08099 “[Review of] The Lay of the Last Minstrel. To the Editor, etc.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 99 102. Signed “R.” B.
1805-08111 “On ‘The Enlightened Public’ and ‘The Age of Reason’.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 111-114. Signed “W.” B.
1805-08114 “On Perfection.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 114-117. Signed “X.” B.
1805-08117 “Anecdotes of Wieland.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 117-121. B.
1805-08121 “Jesuit’s Bark.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 121-122. Signed “W.”

B.
1805-08127a “Ossian in His Own Language.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 127. B.


1805-08127b “A Rustic Cemetery.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 127-128. Signed “W.” B.
1805-08128 “The Polemical Passion.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 128-129. Signed “B.” B.
1805-08129 “Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 129-130. Signed “R.” B.

1805-08132 “Longevity” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug.1805), 132-133. B.

1805-08133 “Impropriety of Burying in Churches.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug.1805), 133. Signed “O.” B.
1805-08141 “Adversaria No. X.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 141-146. Signed “Cento.” B.
1805-08147 “Anecdotes.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 147-149. B.
1805-08149a “Duelling.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 149. B.
1805-08149b “A Sketch of the Pennsylvania Hospital. Drawn up in 1801.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 149-152. B.
1805-08154 “[O]n [sic] Attachment to the Ancients.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 154-155. Signed “Y.” B.
1805-08159 “Literary Intelligence.” Literary Magazine IV.23 (Aug. 1805), 159 160. B.

1805 September
1805-09163 “On Miscellanies.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 163-168. B.
1805-09177 “On the Difference Between Learning and Knowledge.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 177-182. B.
1805-09182 “On Self-Biography.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 182-185. B.

1805-09185 “Classical Learning no Anti Christian Tendency.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 185 191. Signed “O.” B.

1805-09191 “Remarks on the Life and Minor Poems of Luis de Camoens.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 191-194. B.
1805-09198 “A Sketch of Didbin, the Famous Song-Writer.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 198-201. B.
1805-09203 “Mohawk in England.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 203-204. B.
1805-09207 “Sketches of Some Recent Novels.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 207 208. Signed “X. B.
1805-09208 “Hannah-Moriana. Louis XIV. The Value of Regal Pomp. David Hume. Political Value of Religion. Extempore Quotation.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 208-211. Signed “Editor” A.
1805-09211 “Comparative Merits of Addison and Johnson.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 211. B.
1805-09212 “Petrifaction.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 212-214. B.
1805-09214 “On Menander and Philemon, Greek Dramatists.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 214-219. B.
1805-09219 “On the Notions of the Ancients Concerning Death.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 219-224. B.
1805-09224 “Life and Motion Without Brain.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 224. B

1805-09226 “On the Pleasures of Tragedy.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 226. B.

1805-09227 “Some Recent English Plays.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 227-228. B.
1805-09228a “The Standard of Beauty.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 228. B.
1805-09228b “On Famines in India, and the Benefits of the English Government There.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 228-230. B.
1805-09230 “The Latest Literary and Philosophical Intelligence from Europe.” Literary Magazine IV.24 (Sept. 1805), 230 235. B.

1805 October

1805-10250 “Origin of the Irish Union.” Literary Magazine IV.25 (0ct. 1805), 250-251. B.

1805-10254 “Female Authorship. An Example.” Literary Magazine IV.25 (0ct. 1805), 254-257. B.
1805-10266 “Education in Scotland.” Literary Magazine IV.25 (Oct. 1805), 266-267. Signed “B.”
1805-10269 “Life Without Sustenance.” Literary Magazine IV.25 (0ct. 1805), 269-270. B.
1805-10270 “Adversaria No. XI.” Literary Magazine IV.25 (0ct. 1805), 270-271. Signed “Cento.” B.

1805-10271 “William Eaton.” Literary Magazine IV.25 (0ct. 1805), 271-275. B.

[Brown's first paragraph introducing diplomatic correspondence of Eaton.].

1805-10276 “An Account of the Late Proceedings of the Society of Friends (or Quakers) for the Civilization of the Indian Tribes.” Literary Magazine IV.25 (Oct. 1805), 276-287. Signed “X.” B.

1805-10291a “Divisions of the Year.” Literary Magazine IV.25 (Oct. 1805), 291. Signed “R.” B.
1805-10291b “On the Form of Transferring Property.” Literary Magazine IV.25 (Oct. 1805), 291-293. Signed “O.” B.
1805-10293 “Names of the Days and Months.” Literary Magazine IV.25 (Oct. 1805), 293-294. Signed “B.” B.
1805-10309 “Recent European Intelligence, Literary and Philosophical.” Literary Magazine IV.25 (Oct. 1805), 309 317. B.




1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9
:)


The database is protected by copyright ©hestories.info 2019
send message

    Main page

:)