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

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1805 November
1805-11323 “The Greek Epigram.” Literary Magazine IV.26 (Nov. 1805), 323-325. Signed “X.” B.
1805-11334 “Origin of Free-Masonry.” Literary Magazine IV.26 (Nov. 1805), 334-335. B.
1805-11335 “Doubts Concerning Roman History.” Literary Magazine IV.26 (Nov. 1805), 335-336. B.
1805-11336 “Madame Genlis’s Last Work.” Literary Magazine IV.26 (Nov. 1805), 336-338. B.
1805-11338 “English Synonymy.” Literary Magazine IV.26 (Nov. 1805), 338-341. B.
1805-11342 “For the Literary Magazine. Southey’s Madoc.” Literary Magazine IV.26 (Nov. 1805), 342-343. B.
1805-11350 “Particulars of the Mediterranean Trade.” Literary Magazine IV.26 (Nov. 1805), 350-352. B.
1805-11352 “Anedotes of Catherine II.” Literary Magazine IV.26 (Nov. 1805), 352-352. B.
1805-11354 “The Latest Evidence Concerning the Authority of Ossian‘s Poems.” Literary Magazine IV.26 (Nov. 1805), 354-365. Signed “O.” B.
1805-11365 “Sentiments of the Ancients upon the Happiness of Life.” Literary Magazine IV.26 (Nov. 1805), 365-370. B.

1805-11375 “On the Consequences of Abolishing the Slave Trade to the West Indian Colonies.” Literary Magazine IV.26 (Nov. 1805), 375-381. B.

1805-11392 “The Romance of Real Life.” Literary Magazine IV.26 (Nov. 1805), 392-396. Signed “W.” A.

[Historical Sketches fragment 9; see Barnard (2004)]


1805-11400 “Literary Intelligence.” Literary Magazine IV.26 (Nov. 1805), 400. B.

1805 December
1805-12403 “Sketches in America, in the Year 1740.” Literary Magazine IV.27 (Dec. 1805), 403-409. B.

[Brown’s commentary and extracts from earlier text.]


1805-12412 “Dr. Franklin’s Junto.” Literary Magazine IV.27 (Dec. 1805), 412-414. B.
180512414 “The Child of Simplicity. A Fragment.” Literary Magazine IV.27 (Dec. 1805), 414-416. B.
1805-12418 “The Sacred and Profane Writers Compared.” Literary Magazine IV.27 (Dec. 1805), 418-421. B.
1805-12428 “The Ivizan Cottager.” Literary Magazine IV.27 (Dec. 1805), 428-431. A.

[Historical Sketches fragment 10; see Barnard (2004)]

1805-12432 “On the Pronunciation of Greek and Latin Poetry.” Literary Magazine IV.27 (Dec. 1805), 431-435. B.

1805-12435 “On the Greek Amorous Poets.” Literary Magazine IV.27 (Dec. 1805), 435-438. B.
1805-12438 “How Far Do Slaves Influence Political Representation in America?” Literary Magazine IV.27 (Dec. 1805), 438-441. B.
1805-12454 “The Irish Peasantry.” Literary Magazine IV.27 (Dec. 1805), 454-455. B.
1805-12457 “Egyptian Plagues.” Literary Magazine IV.27 (Dec. 1805), 457-458. B.
1805-12459a “Acratus.” Literary Magazine IV.27 (Dec. 1805), 459. B.
1805-12459b “Anecdote of d’Alembert.” Literary Magazine IV.27 (Dec. 1805), 459-460. B.
1805-12467 “Review. Letters from Europe, during a Tour through Switzerland and Italy, in the Years 1801 and 1802. By a Native of Pennsylvania. 2 vols. 8vo.” Literary Magazine IV.27 (Dec. 1805), 467 470. B.
1805-12471 “Recent European Intelligence, Literary and Philosophical.” Literary Magazine IV.27 (Dec. 1805), 471 475. B.
1805-12478 “Literary Intelligence.” Literary Magazine IV.27 (Dec. 1805), 478 480. B.

1806

1806 January
1806-01007 “Horrors of West India Slavery.” Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 7-13. B.

1806-01013 "Progress of Vaccination in Asia." Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 13-14. B.


1806-01015 "The Cockney Dialect." Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 15-17. B.
1806-01017 “Poetry and Painting Compared.” Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 17 19. Signed “A.” B.
1806-01021 “Abstract of a Report on American Roads.” Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 21-24. B.
1806-01029 “A Portrait of a Projector.” Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 29-30. B.
1806-01036 “On Anecdotes.” Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 36 38. Signed “X.” B.
1806-01040 “Comparison of Memoirs and History.” Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 40. B.
1806-01041 “Oliver Cromwell.” Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 41. Signed “W.” B.
1806-01043 "Louis XIV." Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 43-44. B.
1806-01045 “On Literary Biography.” Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 45 51. Signed “R.” B.

1806-01057 "A Domestic Sketch of Milton." Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 51-52. B.

1806-01057 "The Delinquent, Reynolds's Last Comedy." Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 57-58. B.
1806-01058 “Particulars Concerning Ireland.” Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 58-59. B.
1806-01060 "Tchikanakoa and the American Indians." Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 60-61. B.
1806-01061 “Review. Letters from Europe, during a Tour through Switzerland and Italy, in the Years 1801 and 1802. By a Native of Pennsylvania. 2 vols. 8vo.” Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 61 63. B.
1806-01063 “Foreign News, Literary and Philosophical.” Literary Magazine V.28 (Jan. 1806), 63 73. B.

1806 February
1806-02005 “What is Fame?” Literary Magazine V.29 (Feb., 1806), 5-6. B.
1806-02006 “[S]appho [sic]Vindicated.” Literary Magazine V.29 (Feb., 1806), 6-8. B.
1806-02008 “Erinne.” Literary Magazine V.29 (Feb. 1806), 8-9. B.
1806-02019 “Remarks on Style.” Literary Magazine V.29 (Feb., 1806), 19-24. B.
1806-02031a “Anyte.” Literary Magazine V.29 (Feb. 1806), 31. Signed “N.” B.

1806-02031b “On a Statue of Venus on the Sea Coast.” Literary Magazine V.29 (Feb. 1806), 31-32. Signed “N.” B.

1806-02032 “Historical Characters are False Representations of Nature.” Literary Magazine V.29 (Feb. 1806), 32-36. Signed “R.” A.
1806-02036 “On Prefaces.” Literary Magazine V.29 (Feb. 1806), 36-39. B.
1806-02047 “Distinctions Between Synonymous Words.” Literary Magazine V.29 (Feb. 1806), 47-50. B.
1806-02051 “Alliance Between Gratitude and Resentment.” Literary Magazine V.29 (Feb. 1806), 51. B.
1806-02053 “On the Epigram. On a Woody Island. On a Statue of Niobe.” Literary Magazine V.29 (Feb. 1806), 53. B.
1806-02059: “On Greek Amatory Poetry.” Literary Magazine V.29 (Feb., 1806), 59-63. B.

1806 March
1806-03163 “Remarks on Reading.” Literary Magazine V.30 (March 1806), 163 168. Signed “N. A.
1806-03168 “The Ancient Romance.” Literary Magazine V.30 (March 1806), 168-169. B.
1806-03172 “On Poetical Expression.” Literary Magazine V.30 (March 1806), 172 176. Signed “O.” B.
1806-03176 “On Habituating Ourselves to an Individual Pursuit.” Literary Magazine V.30 (March 1806), 176-178. Signed “W.” B.

1806-03178 “A Sketch of the Poet Spenser.” Literary Magazine V.30 (March 1806), 178-179. B.

1806-03183 “Anedotes and Character of Frederic the Great of Prussia.” Literary Magazine V.30 (March 1806), 183-199. B.
1806-03199 “On the Classical Knowledge of Pope.” Literary Magazine V.30 (March 1806), 199-200. B.

1806-03200 “Remarks on Southey‘s Madoc.” Literary Magazine V.30 (March 1806), 200 210. Signed “Z.”


1806-03210 “Advantages of Metaphysical Studies.” Literary Magazine V.30 (March 1806), 210-211. B.
1806-03218 “First Public Testimony of Friends Against Slavery.” Literary Magazine V.30 (March 1806), 218-219. B. [Brown’s presentation of remarks by Denville in 1716.]
1806-03219 “An Account of Parkinson’s Tour in America.” Literary Magazine V.30 (March 1806), 219-226. B.
1806-03231 “The Cow-Pox.” Literary Magazine V.30 (March 1806), 231-232. B.
1806-03233 “Intelligence, Literary and Philosophical.” Literary Magazine V.30 (March 1806), 233 37. B.
1806-03240 “To Readers and Correspondents.” Literary Magazine V.30 (March 1806), 240. A.

1806 April
1806-04243 “Freedom of the Press.” Literary Magazine V.31 (April 1806), 243-246. B.

1806-04246 “A Literary Enthusiast.” Literary Magazine V.31 (April 1806), 246-247. B.

1806-04247 “What is Literary Genius?” Literary Magazine V.31 (April 1806), 247-254. B.
1806-04254 “Military Character of Bonaparte.” Literary Magazine V.31 (April 1806), 254. B.
1806-04256 “Les Poesies Legeres.” Literary Magazine V.31 (April 1806), 256-258. B.
1806-04259 “Biographical Sketch of Frederick Schiller, the German Dramatist.” Literary Magazine V.31 (April 1806), 259-266. B.
1806-04272 “Mistakes of Translators from the French.” Literary Magazine V.31 (April 1806), 272 73. Signed “X.”
1806-04275 “Remarks on the Grecian Orator Isocrates. By the Abbè [sic] Arnaud.” Literary Magazine V.31 (April 1806), 275-277. B [Likely Brown’s translation.]
1806-04292 “The Chinese Characters.” Literary Magazine V.31 (April 1806), 292-293. Signed “X.” B.
1806-04293 “Peter Poetasters’s Notification---Recommendatory of the Article AMERICAN LETTERS in the Boston Review.” Literary Magazine V.31 (April 1806), 293-301. B.
1806-04302a “Darwin‘s Style.” Literary Magazine V.31 (April 1806), 302. B.
1806-04302b “Intelligence, Literary and Philosophical.” Literary Magazine V.31 (April 1806), 302 15. B.

1806-04320 “To Correspondents.” Literary Magazine V.31 (April 1806), 320. A.


1806 May
1806-05323 “The Influence of Climate on the Mind.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 323-327. B.
1806-05327 “On Novelty in Literature.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 327-330. B.
1806-05330 “A Student’s Journal.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 330-333. B.

1806-05332 “The Character of Atticus.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 332-333. Signed “X.” B.


1806-05337 “On the History of Dr. Johnson’s Childhood, Written by Himself.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 337-340. B.
1806-05343 “Milton, His Metre and His Imitators.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 343-344. B.
1806-05344 “A Sketch of Marmontel.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 344-350. B.
1806-05359 “The Force of Novelty.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 359-360. B.
1806-05360 “On the Use of the Fine Arts.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 360-361. B.
1806-05363 “Moral and Physical Sublimity Compared.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 363-364. B.
1806-05363 “French Travellers.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 364-365. Signed “C.”

1806-05365 “Connaisseurship and Its Pleasures.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 365-366. B.

1806-05367 “Remarks on the Distinctions Between Opera and Tragedy.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 367-368. B.
1806-05368 “Royal Conversation.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 368-370. B.
1806-05372 “Sketch of the French Parliaments.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 372-373. B.
1806-05373 “French Anecdotes.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 373-377. B.
1806-05380 “French Empire.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 380-381. B.
1806-05383 “Bricks.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 383-385. B.
1806-05385 “On the Coins of Great Britain [No. 1].” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 385-391. B.
1806-05391 “Foreign Intelligence, Literary and Philosophical.” Literary Magazine V.32 (May 1806), 391 398. B.

1806 June
1806-06403 “On the Influence of Women.” Literary Magazine V.33 (June 1806), 403-408. B.
1806-06408 “Reflections on Taste.” Literary Magazine V.33 (June 1806), 408-409. B.
1806-06409 “Taste in Dress.” Literary Magazine V.33 (June 1806), 409-410. B.

1804-06423 “Biographical Sketch of Dr. James Beattie.” Literary Magazine V.33 (June 1806), 423-425. B.

1806-06425 "Romance of Real Life." Literary Magazine V.33 (June 1806), 425-426. B.
1806-06439 “Distinctions between the Beautiful and the Picturesque.” Literary Magazine V.33 (June 1806), 439-440. B.
1806-06446a “English Civilians, or Doctors Commons.” Literary Magazine V.33 (June 1806), 446. B.
1806-06446b “On Scottish Emigration to America, and Lord Selkirk’s Canadian Colony.” Literary Magazine V.33 (June 1806), 446-456. B.
1806-06456 “On the Coins of Great Britain [No. 2].” Literary Magazine V.33 (June 1806), 456-464. B.
1806-06466 “The Difference between Pride and Vanity.” Literary Magazine V.33 (June 1806), 466-468. B.
1806-06473 “Present State of the British Funds.” Literary Magazine V.33 (June 1806), 473-474. B.
1806-06475 "Intelligence, Literary and Philosophical." Literary Magazine V.33 (June 1806), 475-476.
1806 July
1806-07003 “Education of the Deaf and Dumb.” Literary Magazine VI.34 (July 1806), 3-6. B.

1806-07009 “Biographical Sketch of William Pitt.” Literary Magazine VI.34 (July 1806), 9-20. B.

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1806-07026 "Poplar Worm." Literary Magazine VI.34 (July 1806), 26-28. Signed "O." B.

1806-07032 “Learned Trifling.” Literary Magazine VI.34 (July 1806), 32-33. B.
1806-07033a “New York.” Literary Magazine VI.34 (July 1806), 33. B.
1806-07033b “Cumberland’s Memoirs.” Literary Magazine VI.34 (July 1806), 33-34. B.
1806-07057 "Trumbull‘s M‘Fingal." Literary Magazine VI.34 (July 1806), 57-62. B.

1806-07070 "Romance of Real Life." Literary Magazine VI.34 (July 1806), 70-71. B.


1806-07071 “Specimen of a Nocturnal.” Literary Magazine VI.34 (July 1806), 71-72. B.
1806-07072 “Hindoo Almanacs.” Literary Magazine VI.34 (July 1806), 72-73. B.
1806-07074 “A Sketch of Dr. Hugh Blair.” Literary Magazine VI.34 (July 1806), 74-76. B.
1806-07076 "Why the Arts Are Discouraged in America." Literary Magazine VI.34 (July 1806), 76-77. B.
1806-07080 "To Correspondents.” Literary Magazine VI.34 (July 1806), 80. A.

1806 August
1806-08083 “Remarks on the Arabian Nights, and Arabian Tales in General.” Literary Magazine VI.35 (Aug. 1806), [83] 87. B.

1806-08089 “The Value of General Rules. A Fragment.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug. 1806), 89-91. B.

1806-08091 “Marigny. A Political Tale of the Fourteenth Century.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug. 1806), 91-93. B.
1806-08093 “Anecdotes of Milton and His Family.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug. 1806), 93-95. B.
1806-08095 “On Milton’s Lycidas and Smaller Poems.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 95-96. B.
1806-08096 “Reason in Poetry.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806) 96-98. B.
1806-08098 “Tom Thumb.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 98-99. B.
1806-08099 “Boswell Parodied.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 99-103. B.
1806-08103 “On the Different Kinds of Prints.” Literary Magazine VI 35 (Aug 1806), 103-106. B.
1806-08106 “Present State of Fine Arts in England, at the Close of 1805.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 106-108. B.
1806-08108 “Account of the British African Colony at Bulam.” Literary Magazine VI.35 (Aug 1806), 108-114. B.

[Includes a lengthy passage from Philip Beaver’s journal of the Bulama colonization from 1791-93.]


1806-08114 “A New Species of Horn Music.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 114-115. B.

1806-08115 “A Modern Knight Errant.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 115-117. B.

1806-08117 “Jersey.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 117-119. B.
1806-08119 “Military State of France.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 119-121. B.
1806-08121a “Anecdote of Louis XV.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 121. B.
1806-08121b “Anecdote of Clermont Tonnerre.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 121. B.
1806-08121c “On Translations of Horace.” Literary Magazine VI.35 (Aug. 1806), 121-123. B.Signed “B.”
1806-08123 “Use of Water in Landscape.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 123. B.
1806-08125 “Shylock Vindicated.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 125-126. B.
1806-08126 “The Folly of Human Wishes.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 126-129. B.
1806-08129 “Sketch of the Brasilian Portuguese.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 129. B.
1806-08132 “Turkish Chess.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 132. B.
1806-08132 “On the Templars, Supposed Fathers of Free Masonry.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 132-136. B.

1806-08141 “On the Tatler, Spectator, &c.” Literary Magazine VI. 35 (Aug 1806), 141-143. B.


1806 September
1806-09167 “An Account of Thomas Dermody.” Literary Magazine VI.36 (Sept 1806), 167-172. B.
1806-09187 “Turkish Anecdotes.” Literary Magazine VI. 36 (Sept 1806), 187-188. B.
1806-09188 “State of the Turkish Empire.” Literary Magazine VI. 36 (Sept 1806), 188-189. B.
1806-09189 “Account of a New Sect in Arabia.” Literary Magazine VI. 36 (Sept 1806), 189-192. B.

1806-09192 “Sketch of the Present Commercial State of the North of Europe.” Literary Magazine VI. 36 (Sept 1806 ), 192-196. B.


1806-09202 “Diaper.” Literary Magazine VI. 36 (Sept 1806), 202-203. B.
1806-09205 “Description of Faneuil Hall.” Literary Magazine VI. 36 (Sept 1806), 205-206. B.
1806-09207 “Account of the Orkney Islands [No. 1].” Literary Magazine VI.36 (Sept 1806), 207-216. B.
1806-09216 “Whether France Has Gained or Lost by the Revolution.” Literary Magazine VI. 36 (Sept 1806), 216-219. B.
1806-09219 “Anacreon Moore versus America.” Literary Magazine VI. 36 (Sept 1806), 219-222. B.

1806-09224 “Geographical Systems.” Literary Magazine VI. 36 (Sept 1806), 224. B.

1806-09238 “Consiliis nox apta ducum, lux aptior armis.” Literary Magazine VI. 36 (Sept 1806), 238. B.
1806-09228 “Literary and Philosophical Intelligence from Europe.” Literary Magazine VI.36 (Sept. 1806), 228 238. B.
1806-09239 “Philadelphia, An Elegy. Written during the prevalence of the Yellow Fever, in 1797” [a poem]. Literary Magazine VI.36 (Sept. 1806), 239-240. A.

[Reprinted American Register I (1806-1807), 200-201.]



1806 October
1806-10243 “The Value of Beauty.” Literary Magazine VI.37 (Oct. 1806), 243-245. Signed “O.” B.
1806-10245 “Many Men, Many Minds.” Literary Magazine VI.37 (Oct. 1806), 245-246. Signed “A.” B.
1806-10252 “A Sketch of Pittsburgh.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 252-254. B.
1806-10254 “Sebastian of Portugal.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 254-256. B.
1806-10256 “Voluntary Death.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 256. B.
1806-10257 “An Account of George Thomas, A Famous Adventurer in India.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 257-261. B.

1806-10261 "Philadelphia." Literary Magazine VI.37 (Oct. 1806), 261-262. Signed "W." B.

1806-10262 "Remarks on Mysteries." Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct. 1806), 262-263. Signed "W." B.
1806-10264a “Homer and Ossian Compared.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 264. B.
1806-10264b “Good Nature and Good Humour Distinguished.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 264-265. B.
1806-10267 “Artificial Taste.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 267-268. B.
1806-10268 “Why Are We Pleased with Disgusting Objects, When Painted?” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 268. B.
1806-10270 “The Arbor-Unicus.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 270. B.
1806-10270 "Madame Genlis‘s Last Work." Literary Magazine, VI.37 (Oct. 1806), 270-271. B.
1806-10271 “Late Revolutions in India.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 271-272. B.
1806-10272 “Account of the Orkney Islands [No. 2].” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 272-275. B.
1806-10275 “The Village of Broek.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 275-276. B.
1806-10278a “State of Protestantism in France.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 278. B.

1806-10278b “Effects of the Tatler, Spectator, &c.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 278-279. B.

1806-10280 “Talleyrand on French Colonies, and the Commerce of America with England.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 280-287. B.
1806-10288 “The Tomb of Alexander.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 288-290. B.
1806-10290a "William Penn's Grave." Literary Magazine, VI.37 (Oct. 1806), 290. Signed "O." B.
1806-10290b “Thomson’s Versification.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 290-291. B.
1806-10291 "On the Standard of Taste." Literary Magazine VI.37 (Oct. 1806), 291-295. B.
1806-10295 "French Legislation." Literary Magazine VI.37 (Oct. 1806), 295-296. Signed "R." B.
1806-10296 “Kotzebue.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 296-297. B.
1806-10297 “Scientific State of Italy.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 297-298. B.
1806-10299 “The Marvellous in Poetry.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 299. B.
1806-10302 “Present State of Spain.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 302-304. B.
1806-10304a “Ease in Style.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 304. B.

1806-10304b “Theodore, King of Corsica.” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 304-306. B.

1806-10306 “The French [and Austrian Military Character Compared.]” Literary Magazine VI. 37 (Oct 1806), 306-311. B.
1806-10311 “Foreign Literary and Philosophical News.” Literary Magazine VI.37 (Oct. 1806), 311 318.

1806 November
1806-11335 “The British Military Character.” Literary Magazine VI.38 (Nov.1806), 335-336. B.
1806-11337 “Similes of Homer Drawn from the Sea.” Literary Magazine VI. 38 (Nov. 1806), 337-339. B.
1806-11339 “English Metal Promissory Notes.” Literary Magazine VI. 38 (Nov 1806), 339-340. B.
1806-11345 “Present Institutions of the Jews.” Literary Magazine VI. 38 (Nov 1806), 345-351. B.
1806-11351 "On the Merits of the Founders of the French Revolution." Literary Magazine VI.38 (Nov.1806), 351-359. B.
1806-11359 “Lawyers Defended.” Literary Magazine VI.38 (Nov.1806), 359-360. B.
1806-11365 “Conduct of England towards Ireland.” Literary Magazine VI.38 (Nov.1806), 365-367. B.
1806-11367 "Character of Dr. Franklin." Literary Magazine VI.38 (Nov. 1806), 367-374. A.

[Reprinted as 1807-02150.]

[Brown's brief 107-word introduction to a piece from “a foreign publication.”]

1806-11374 “Ideal Miseries.” Literary Magazine VI. 38 (Nov 1806), 374-376. B.

1806-11376 “On the Independence of Spanish America.” Literary Magazine VI. 38 (Nov 1806), 376-377. B.
1806-11377a “Anecdote.” Literary Magazine VI. 38 (Nov 1806), 377. B.
1806-11377b “South American Mode of Bleeding.” Literary Magazine VI. 38 (Nov 1806), 377-378. B.
1806-11378 “Avarice: An Example.” Literary Magazine VI. 38 (Nov 1806), 378. B.
1806-11389 “Guiacum.” Literary Magazine VI. 38 (Nov 1806), 389-390. B.
1806-11390 “On Vegetation.” Literary Magazine VI. 38 (Nov 1806), 390-392 . B.
1806-11392 “The Firefly.” Literary Magazine VI. 38 (Nov 1806), 392-393. B.
1806-11393 “Book Collectors.” Literary Magazine VI. 38 (Nov 1806), 393-394. B.
1806-11394 “Classical Obscurities.” Literary Magazine VI.38 (Nov. 1806), 394-396. Signed “N.” B.
1806-11400 “To Correspondents.” Literary Magazine VI.38 (Nov. 1806), 400. A.




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