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

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1806 December
1806-12411 “An Emigrant in America.” Literary Magazine VI. 39 (Dec 1806), 411-412. B.
1806-12412 “Meteoric Stones.” Literary Magazine VI. 39 (Dec 1806), 412. B.
1806-12413 “Henry the Fourth’s Project of a Christian Republic.” Literary Magazine VI. 39 (Dec 1806), 413-417. B.
1806-12420 “Are Theatrical Exhibitions Useful?” Literary Magazine VI.39 (Dec. 1806), 420 421. Signed “E.” B.
1806-12421 “Remarks on Short-Hand Writing.” Literary Magazine VI.39 (Dec. 1806), 421-424. B.

[reprinted from 1800-08092]


1806-12424 “On the Use of Almanacks.” Literary Magazine VI.39 (Dec. 1806), 424 427. Signed “N.” B.

[reprinted from 1799-05085. Signed “R.”]


1806-12430 “The Spirit of Political Conversation.” Literary Magazine VI.39 (Dec. 1806), 430-431. Signed “L.” A.

[reprinted from 1800-06402, “Dialogues of the Living: Dialogue IV.”]


1806-12431 “Modes of Historical Writing.” Literary Magazine VI.39 (Dec. 1806), 431 433. B.

1806-12434 “On American Newspapers.” Literary Magazine VI.39 (Dec. 1806), 434 438. Signed “C.” B.

1806-12438 “Wisdom of Spiders.” Literary Magazine VI.39 (Dec. 1806), 438-439. Signed “W.” B.
1806-12439 “Dr. Johnson.” Literary Magazine VI. 39 (Dec 1806), 439. B.
1806-12441 “On Translation.” Literary Magazine VI. 39 (Dec 1806), 441-442. B.
1806-12445 “Remarks on the Russian Empire.” Literary Magazine VI. 39 (Dec 1806), 445-445. B.

[Reprinted from 1800-02099]


1806-12448 “Pestilence and Bad Government Compared.” Literary Magazine VI. 39 (Dec 1806), 445-448. Signed “S.” A.

[reprinted from 1798-04320, “The Man at Home, No. XI”]


1806-12451 “Commercial Sketches. Great Britain and the North of Europe,” etc. Literary Magazine VI. 39 (Dec 1806), 451-459. B.
1806-12459 "The Honest Man. A Portrait." Literary Magazine VI.39 (Dec. 1806), 459-461. Signed "W." B.
1806-12461 “On the Number of Books.” Literary Magazine VI. 39 (Dec 1806), 461-464. Signed “O.” B.

[Reprinted from 1799-12415]


1806-12467 “On the Prevailing Ignorance of Geography.” Literary Magazine VI. 39 (Dec 1806), 467-469. Signed “R.” B.

[reprinted from 1800-12410]

1806-12469 "On Socratic Conversation." Literary Magazine VI.39 (Dec. 1806), 469-471. Signed "H." B.

[Reprinted from 1800-08087, "On Conversation."]

1806-12471a “On the Growth and Consumption of Timber in Great Britain.” Literary Magazine VI. 39 (Dec 1806), 471. B.
1806-12471b “Easton Delaware Bridge.” Literary Magazine VI. 39 (Dec 1806), 471-472. B.
1806-12472 “Foreign News, Literary, Philosophical, &c.” Literary Magazine VI.39 (Dec. 1806), 472 479. B.
1806-12480 “To Readers and Correspondents.” Literary Magazine VI.39 (Dec. 1806), 480. B.


1807
1807 January
(January Literary Magazine)
1807-01003a “On the English Metrical Romances.” Literary Magazine VI. 40 (Jan 1807), 3-15. B.
1807-01015a “The French Stage.” Literary Magazine VII. 40 (Jan 1807), 15. B.
1807-01015b “Character of Marmontel.” Literary Magazine VII. 40 (Jan 1807), 15-16. B.
1807-01016 “Curious German Novel.” Literary Magazine VII. 40 (Jan 1807), 16-17. B.
1807-01017 “Sculpture, a Bad School for Painters.” Literary Magazine VII. 40 (Jan 1807), 17- 18. B.
1807-01022 “On the Expression of the Passions.” Literary Magazine VII. 40 (Jan 1807), 22-24. B.

1807-01025a “Carron-Works.” Literary Magazine VII. 40 (Jan 1807), 25. B.

1807-01025b “Proceedings of the British Parliament Respecting the Slave Trade.” Literary Magazine VII. 40 (Jan 1807), 25-28. B.
1807-01033 “Defense of Machiavel.” Literary Magazine VII. 40 (Jan 1807), 33-38. B.
1807-01066 "Notices of Recent Publications." Literary Magazine VII.40 (Jan. 1807), 66-77. B.
1807-01080 "Literary Intelligence." Literary Magazine VII.40 (Jan. 1807), 80. B.

(January American Register)
1807-01000 “Preface.” American Register ... for 1806-7, vol. I (1807), iii-iv. Signed “C.B.B.” and dated “Philadelphia, Nov.1, 1807.” A.
1807-01003b “Annals of Europe and America, for 1806-7.” American Register ... for 1806-7, vol. I (1807), 3-79. A.

1807-01083 “An Abstract of all the Laws and Public Acts [for 1806].” American Register ... for 1806-7, vol. I (1807), [83] -149. B.

1807-01151 “Review of Literature.” American Register ... for 1806-7, vol. I (1807), 151 186. [Consists of 2 parts: a. “General Catalogue and View of British Publications, for the Year 1806,” pp. [153]-172; and b. “A Sketch of American Literature,” pp. [173] -186.] B.

1807-0127 “American Register of Deaths.” American Register ... for 1806-7, vol. I (1807), 207-214. B.


1807 February
(February Literary Magazine)
1807-02101 “On the Mythology of the Greeks and Romans.” Literary Magazine VII. 41 (Feb 1807), 101-103. B.
1807-02127 “Anecdotes.” Literary Magazine VII.41 (Feb 1807), 127-129. B.
1807-02129 “Edmund Curl.” Literary Magazine VII.41 (Feb 1807), 129.
1807-02130 “Tragical Anecdote.” Literary Magazine VII.41 (Feb 1807), 130.
1807-02151 "Recent News from London, Literary and Philosophical." Literary Magazine VII.41 (Feb. 1807), 151-158. B.
1807-02160 "Literary Intelligence." Literary Magazine VII.41 (Feb. 1807), 160. B.


(February American Register)
1807-02003 “Chronicle of Memorable Occurrences, 1806-07.” American Register ... for 1806-7, vol. I (1807), [3] – 33. A.

[Pagination after p. 32 is incorrect. The article has a total of 41 pages.]


1807-02037 “British and Foreign Intelligence Chiefly Scientific.” American Register for 1806-7, vol. I (1807), [37]-75. A.
1807-02150 “Character of Dr. Franklin.” American Register ... for 1806-7, I (1807), 150-159. B.

1807-02151 “Recent News from London, Literary and Philosophical.” Literary Magazine VII.41 (Feb. 1807), 151 158. B.

1807-02159 “Account of the Late Monarchy of Prussia.” American Register ... for 1806-7, vol. I (1807), 159-164. B.
1807-02205 [A very short note about American poetry at the end of a short selection of poems]. American Register ... for 1806-7, vol. I (1807), 205. B.
1807-02217 “The Columbiad.” American Register ... for 1806-7, vol. I (1807), 217-220. B.

1807 March-July
1807-03163 “Statistical View of the Prussian Dominions.” Literary Magazine VII. 42 (Mar 1807), 163-167. B.
1807-03167 “Anecdotes of Gibbon.” Literary Magazine VII. 42 (Mar 1807), 167-168. B.
1807-03192 “The French Stage.” Literary Magazine, VII. 42 (Mar 1807), 192-193. B.
1807-03203 “Lope de Vega.” Literary Magazine VII. 42 (Mar 1807), 203-214. B.
1807-04294 “Desultory Observations on the Sensibilities and Eccentricities of Men of Genius: with Remarks on Poets.” Literary Magazine VII.43 (April 1807), 294 296. Signed “B.” B.
1807-04300 “English Synonyms.” Literary Magazine VII. 43 (April 1807), 300-302. B.
1807-04317 “Literary Intelligence.” Literary Magazine VII.43 (April 1807), 317 318. B.

1807-04320 “To Correspondents.“ Literary Magazine VII.43 (April 1807), 320. A.

1807-05335 “Memoirs of the late Frederic Theophilus Klopstock, Author of the Messiah and Other Poems.” Literary Magazine VII. 44 (May 1807), 335-345. B.
1807-05350 “Anecdotes of Gallantry.” Literary Magazine VII. 44 (May 1807), 350-352. B.
1807-05352 “Highland Anecdote.” Literary Magazine VII. 44 (May 1807), 352. B.
1807-05357 “On the Desire of Gain.” Literary Magazine VII. 44 (May 1807), 357-360. B.
1807-05366 “Biographical Anecdotes of William Henry West Betty, Commonly Called the Young Roscius.” Literary Magazine VII. 44 (May 1807), 366-372. B.

1807-05372 “On the Most Valuable Materials of Biography, with Extracts from the Letters, and Remarks on the Character, Both Literary and Moral, of Cowper.” Literary Magazine VII. 44 (May 1807), 372-377. B.


1807-05393 “Literary and Philosophical Intelligence.” Literary Magazine VII.44 (May 1807), 393 396. B.
1807-06410 “On the Cause of the Popularity of Novels.” Literary Magazine VII.45 (June 1807), 410-412. B.
1807-06424 “Anecdotes of Boileau.” Literary Magazine VII.45 (June 1807), 424-427. B.

1807-06429 “Traits of the Character of Burns, the Poet: with extracts from his letters, and a comparison of his genius with that of Cowper.” Literary Magazine VII.45 (June 1807), 429 438.

1807-06441 “Mediterranean Current.” Literary Magazine VII.45 (June 1807), 441. B.
1807-06452 “Anecdotes.” Literary Magazine VII.45 (June 1807), 452-458. B.
1807-06458 “Dissuasives from Indolence.” Literary Magazine VII.45 (June 1807), 458-460. B.
1807-06460 “Literary and Philosophical Intelligence.” Literary Magazine VII.45 (June 1807), 460 466. B.
1807-06469 “Ode to Fear” [a poem]. Literary Magazine VII.45 (June 1807), 469. B.
1807-06472 “[Notes from the Editor].” Literary Magazine VII.45 (June 1807), 472. A.
1807-07015 “[Editor’s Introduction to] Weights and Measures.” Literary Magazine VIII.46 (July 1807), 15-17. B.
1807-07024 “Essay on Dress.” Literary Magazine VIII.46 (July 1807), 24-27. B.
1807-07028 “Life of Godfred Augustus Burger.” Literary Magazine VIII.46 (July 1807), 28-33. B.
1807-07040 “Biographical Notices. Uriah Tracy. Paswan Oglou. Mr Thomas Pemberton.” Literary Magazine VIII.46 (July 1807), 40-42. B.
1807-07042 “Literary, Philosophical, Commercial, and Agricultural Intelligence.” Literary Magazine VIII.46 (July 1807), 42 47. B.

1807-08066 “Memoirs of the Celebrated Boerhaave.” Literary Magazine VIII.47 (August 1807), 66-67. B.

1807-08067 “Evening Meditations.” Literary Magazine VIII.47 (Aug. 1807), 67-68. Signed “W.” B.
1807-08070 “Memoirs of Immanuel Kant.” Literary Magazine VIII.47 (August 1807), 70-72. B.
1807-08080 “Pope Sixtus the Fifth and the Shoemaker.” Literary Magazine VIII.47 (August 1807), 80-83. B.
1807-08085 “Observations on the Vicissitudes of Human Life.” Literary Magazine VIII.47 (August 1807), 85-88. B.
1807-08092 “Biographical Sketches.” Literary Magazine VIII.47 (August 1807), 92-94. B.

1807 August-December
1807-08095 “Literary, Philosophical, Commercial, and Agricultural Intelligence.” Literary Magazine VIII.47 (Aug. 1807), 95 100. B.
1807-09118 “Anecdotes of Dress.” Literary Magazine VIII.48 (September 1807), 118-121. B.
1807-09130 “Natural History of the Bee.” Literary Magazine VIII.48 (September 1807), 130-136. B.
1807-09142 “New Religious Sect.” Literary Magazine VIII.48 (September 1807), 142-143. B.
1807-09143 “On the Stomach of the Camel.” Literary Magazine VIII.48 (September 1807), 143-146. B.

1807-09147 “Showers of Blood.” Literary Magazine VIII.48 (September 1807), 147-148. B.

1807-09148 “The Life of Dr. Armstrong.” Literary Magazine VIII.48 (September 1807), 148-150. B.
1807-09150 “Literary, Philosophical, Commercial, and Agricultural Intelligence.” Literary Magazine VIII.48 (Sept. 1807), 150 156. B.
1807-10183 “Account of Frances Scanagatti, a Milanese Young Lady, Who Served with Reputation as an Ensign and Lieutenant of Three Different Austrian Regiments during the Last War.” Literary Magazine VIII.49 (October 1807), 183-88. B.
1807-10189 “The Music of the Ancients.” Literary Magazine VIII.49 (October 1807), 189-191. B.
1807-10194 “Population of the Principal Towns in France.” Literary Magazine VIII.49 (October 1807), 194. B.
1807-10202 “Anecdote of a Swiss Captain in France.” Literary Magazine VIII.49 (October 1807), 202-203. B.
1807-10204 “Literary, Philosophical, Commercial, and Agricultural Intelligence.” Literary Magazine VIII.49 (Oct. 1807), 204 212. B.
1807-11227 “Life of Lomonossove, Celebrated Poet of Russia.” Literary Magazine VIII.50 (November 1807), 227-232. B.
1807-11235 “The Lesson of Frugality.” Literary Magazine VIII.50 (November 1807), 235-237. B.

1807-11237 “Denmark.” Literary Magazine VIII.50 (November 1807), 237-238. B.

1807-11242 "The Melange: Irish Literature. Modern Love. Aeolian Harp. Picture of a Wife. New Mode of Lending Money.” Literary Magazine VIII.50 (November 1807), 242-243. B.
1807-11248 “Mr. B--- and His Dog.” Literary Magazine VIII.50 (November 1807), 248-250. B.
1807-11250 “Natural History of the Raven.” Literary Magazine VIII.50 (November 1807), 250-252. B.
1807-11252 “The Origin of Villa Viciosa.” Literary Magazine VIII.50 (November 1807), 252-254. B.
1807-11260 “A Singular Character.” Literary Magazine VIII.50 (November 1807), 260-261. B.
1807-11263 “Literary, Philosophical, Commercial, and Agricultural Intelligence.” Literary Magazine VIII.50 (Nov. 1807), 263 269. B.
1807-12307 “The Piedmontese Sharper.” Literary Magazine VIII.51 (December 1807), 307-308. B.

1807-12320 “On the Probable Period When the Potatoe Plant Was First Introduced into the British Isles.” Literary Magazine VIII.51 (December 1807), 320-321. B.


1807-12324 “Literary, Philosophical, Commercial, and Agricultural Intelligence.” Literary Magazine VIII.51 (Dec. 1807), 324 328. B.


1808

1808-01000 “Preface.” American Register ... Part II for 1807, vol. II. (1808), iii-iv. A.

1808-01001 “Annals of Europe and America.” American Register ... part II for 1807, vol. II (1808), 1-104. A.

[Continued in 1808-02003, 1809-03004, -04001.]


1808-01107 “An Abstract of all the Laws and Public Acts Passed in the Second Session of the Ninth Congress of the United States, from December 1, 1806, to March 2, 1807.” American Register ... part II for 1807, vol. II (1808), 107-143. B.
1808-01149 “Review of Literature.” American Register ... part II for 1807, vol. II, (1808), 149 174. This chapter consists of 2 parts: a. “A Sketch of American Literature for 1807,” pp. 149-162; and b. “A Catalogue of British Publications for 1807,” pp. 163-174. B.
1808-01175 “On the Political Character of Dr. Franklin.” American Register ... part II for 1807, vol. II (1808), 175-178. B.

[Reprinted from 1807-02150.]


1808-01181 “Chronicle, No. I” & “Chronicle No. II.” American Register ... part II for 1807, vol. II (1808), 281-351. B.
1808-01353 “European Literary and Philosophical Intelligence.” American Register ... part II for 1807, vol. II (1808), 353-408. B.
1808-01071A “American Register of Deaths.” American Register ... part II for 1807, vol. II (1808), A71-72. A.
1808-02000 “Preface.” American Register ... part I for 1808, vol. III, (1808), iii-iv. A.

1808-02003 “Annals of Europe and America.” American Register ... part I for 1808, vol. III (1808), 3-93. A.

1808-02097 “An Abstract of the Laws and Public Acts Passed in the First Session of the Tenth Congress of the United States, between October 26, 1807, and April 25, 1808.” American Register ... part I for 1808, vol. III (1808), 97-131. B.
1808-02543 “American Register of Deaths.” American Register ... part I for 1808, vol. III (1808), 543-564. A.
1808-02567 “Devotion: An Epistle. To Calista” [a poem]. American Register ... part I for 1808, vol. III (1808), 567-578.

[Written 1794; reprinted in Clark (1952), 319-329.]


1808-10003a “Communication.” [Poulson’s] American Daily Advertiser, 17 October, page 3. Signed “A.B.” A.

[First of six newspaper comments on lectures by James Ogilvie; identified by DEK and transcribed into one of Elijah Brown’s journals; see Kennedy (1945), 1852-1861a].


1808-10???a “Communication.” Aurora General Advertiser, 18 October. Signed “Z.” A.

[Newspaper comment on Ogilvie lectures; see Kennedy (1945), 1852-1861a].


1808-10???c “Communication.” Aurora General Advertiser, 20 October. Signed “Pictor.” A.

[Newspaper comment on Ogilvie lectures; see Kennedy (1945), 1852-1861a].

1808-10003b “Communication; For the American Daily Advertiser.” [Poulson’s] American Daily Advertiser, 20 October, page 3. Signed “E.” A.

[Newspaper comment on Ogilvie lectures; see Kennedy (1945), 1852-1861a].

1808-10???e “Communication; For the Aurora.” Aurora General Advertiser, 22 October. Signed “A.B.” A.

[Newspaper comment on Ogilvie lectures; see Kennedy (1945), 1852-1861a].


1808-10003c “Communication.” [Poulson’s] American Daily Advertiser, 22 October, page 3. Signed “Philologus.” A.

[Newspaper comment on Ogilvie lectures; see Kennedy (1945), 1852-1861a].




1809
1809-00000 “A System of General Geography [Prospectus].” [Philadelphia, 1809, month unknown]. 9 pp. A.
1809-01000 An Address to the Congress of the United States, on the Utility and Justice of Restrictions upon Foreign Commerce. With Reflections upon Foreign Trade in General, and the Future Prospects of America. Philadelphia, [Jan. 3,] 1809. A.
1809-01021 “A Sketch of the Life and Character of John Blair Linn.” Port-Folio I (Jan. 1809), 21-29, 129-143, 195-203. Signed “By Charles B. Brown.” A reprint of the biography prefaced to the book edition of John Blair Linn’s Valerian, A Narrative Poem... (Philadelphia, 1805). A.

[See 1805-00000]


1809-01057 “The Scribbler. No. I.” Port-Folio 3rd Series, I.1 (Jan. 1809), 57-60. A.

[Continued in 1809- 02162, -04338, -05421, -07029, -08124


1809-02162 “The Scribbler. No. II.” Port-Folio 3rd Series, I.2 (Feb. 1809), 162-168. A.

1809-02165 “Insanity: A Fragment.” Port-Folio I.2 (Feb. 1809), 165-8. A.

1809-03000 “Preface.” American Register ... part II for 1808, vol. IV (1809), iii-iv. – Dated “Philadelphia, May 20, 1809.” A.
1809-03004 “Annals of Europe.” American Register ... part II for 1808, vol. IV (1809), 4-30. A.
1809-03067 “An Account of Louisiana at the Time of its Transfer to the United States.” American Register ... part II for 1808, vol. IV (1809), 67-100. B.
1809-03099 “Review of Literature.” American Register ... part II for 1808, vol. IV (1808), [99] 127. The chapter consists of 2 parts: a. “Catalogue of British Publications for 1808,” pp. 101-117; and b. “Catalogue of American Publications for 1808,” pp. 119-127. B.
1809-03319 “American Register of Deaths.” American Register ... part II for 1808, vol. IV (1808), 319-334. A.
1809-03337 “Chronicle.” American Register ... part II for 1808. vol. IV (1808), 337-353. B.
1809-04000 “Preface.” American Register ... part I for 1809, vol. V (1809), iii-iv. A.
1809-04001 “Annals of America.” American Register ... part I for 1809, vol. V (1809), 1-84. A.
1809-04211 “Chronicle.” American Register ... part I for 1809, vol. V (1809). 211-252. B.
1809-04253 “American Register of Deaths.” American Register ... part I for 1809, vol. V (1809), 253-270. B.

1809-04338 “The Scribbler. No. III.” Port-Folio, 3rd Series, I.4 (April 1809), 338-342. A.

1809-04348 “A Sketch of the State of Peru, at the Close of the Eighteenth Century.” The American Register ...Part I for 1809, V (1809), 3348-367. B.
1809-04378a “The Illinoy Territory.” The American Register ...Part I for 1809, V (1809), 378. B.
1809-04378b “Sketch of the Changes of the Seat of Government of the United States.” American Register ... part I for 1809, vol. V (1809), 378-380. B.
1809-04380 “A Historical Sketch of the Projects Lately Aborted for Detaching South America from Spain ....” American Register ... Part I for 1809, V (1809), 380-400. B.
1809-05421 “The Scribbler. No. IV.” Port-Folio 3rd Series, I.5 (May 1809), 421-424. A.
1809-07029 “The Scribbler. No. V.” Port-Folio 3rd Series, II.1 (July 1809), 29-34. A.
1809-08124 “The Scribbler, No. VI.” Port-Folio 3rd Series, II.2 (Aug. 1809), 124-126. A.
1809-11383 “Sketch of the Life of General Horatio Gates.” Port-Folio 3rd Series, II.5 (Nov. 1809), 383-390. A.

[Continued in1809-12481, 1810-02102.]


1809-12481 “Sketch of the Life of General Horatio Gates.” Port-Folio 3rd Series, II.6 (Dec. 1809), 481-484. A.

1810

1810-02102 “Sketch of the Life of General Horatio Gates.” Port-Folio 3rd Series, III.2 (Feb. 1810), 102-108. A.

1810-06001 “Annals of Europe and America.” American Register, vol. VI (1810), 1-115. A.

[Not entirely by Brown , but likely plotted by Brown before his death and completed by collaborators.]


1810-07001 “Annals of Europe and America.” American Register, vol. VII (1810), 1-105. A.

[Not entirely by Brown , but likely plotted by Brown before his death and completed by collaborators.]


1810-07169 “American Register of Deaths.” American Register, vol. VII (1810), 169-170. B.

[Brown likely composed at least part of this obit of himself in advance].




1811 [1975; Allen version of the Allen-Dunlap biographical miscellany; all A category]

[see the incomplete Hemenway-Katz comparative table of original writings printed in the Allen and Dunlap versions, in Allen (1811 [1976]), 395-396.]


1811-00018 “The relations, dependencies and connections of the several parts of knowl edge.” Allen (1811), 18-20 [untitled].

1811-00021 “Amidst the various subjects of disquisition…” Allen (1811), 21-31 [untitled].

[aka, “Address on the Objects of the Belles Lettres Club”]
1811-00031 “Cases 1-4.” Allen (1811), 31-39.

[Law Society Judgments]


1811-00043 Journal entry on William Wood Wilkins. Allen (1811), 43-44.
1811-00071 Alcuin parts III and IV. Allen (1811), 71-105. [untitled here; 1798].

1811-00106 Journal entry on Alcuin. Allen (1811), 106. [1798].

1811-00108 “Cannot you come to me Jessy?...” Allen (1811), 108-169 [untitled; c1800].

[aka “Jessica and Sophia”]


1811-00170 “Sketches of Carsol.” Allen (1811), 170-222. [1803-06]

[Historical Sketches fragment 1a; see Barnard (2004)]


1811-00222 “Harry Wallace was a foundling...” Allen (1811), 222-242 [untitled; c1793- 1796].

[aka “Harry Wallace”; one of the Ellendale fragments; see Bennet (1976), 162-175]


1811-00242 “Arthur, earl of Orme...” Allen (1811), 242-262 [untitled; c1803-1806].

[Historical Sketches fragment 2; see Barnard (2004)]


1811-00262 “St. Arthur Carril was buried…” Allen (1811), 262-299 [untitled; c1803-1806].

[Historical Sketches fragment 3; see Barnard 2004)]


1811-00299 “The lordships of Orme and Walney…” Allen (1811), 299-322 [untitled; c1803- 1806].

[Historical Sketches fragment 4; see Barnard (2004)].


1811-00322 “The abbey at Holioke has…” Allen (1811), 322-358 [untitled; c1803-1806].

[Historical Sketches fragment 5; see Barnard (2004)].


1811-00359 “I have already mentioned to you Signior Adini….” Allen (1811), 359-387 [unti tled; c1793-1793].

[aka “Signior Adini”; one of the Ellendale fragments; see Bennett (1976),162-175]



1815 [Dunlap version of the Allen-Dunlap biographical miscellany; all A category]

1815-01222 “A mountain in the neighbourhood of Timna… Dunlap (1815), I. 222-258.

[1803-1806].

[Historical Sketches fragment 1b; see Barnard (2004). This is a continuation of 1811- 00170 with no break in the text between the segment already printed in Allen and this continuation. Dunlap now titles 1a and 1b “Sketches of a History of Carsol”; see 170, 258. Dunlap also gives the title “Sketches of a History of the Carrils and Ormes” to the remainder of Allen’s Historical Sketches fragments 2-5].
1815-01359 “The honours of this family are denoted by their titles…” Dunlap (1815), I.359- 396 [untitled; 1803-1806].

[Historical Sketches fragment 6; See Barnard (2004)].

1815-02120 “To Clara.” Dunlap (1815), II. 120-122.
1815-02122 “Dialogue on Music.” Dunlap (1815), II.122-127.
1815-02128 “Dialogue the Second. On Painting, as a Female Accomplishment,” etc. Dunlap (1815), II.128-39.
1815-02200 “Memoirs of Carwin, The Biloquist.” Dunlap (1815), II.200-263 [1798, 1804]. [Reprints the narrative from Literary Magazine instalments of 1803-1805.]
1815-02265 “The Scribbler.” Dunlap (1815), II.265-273.
1815 -02274 “Memoirs of Stephen Calvert.” Dunlap (1815), II.274-472 [1799-1800].

[Reprints the narrative from Monthly Magazine instalments of 1799-1800.]





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