Comprehensive Bibliography of the Writings of Charles Brockden Brown, 1783-1822

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Comprehensive Bibliography of

the Writings of Charles Brockden Brown, 1783-1822
Introduction
I. Publications
II. Manuscripts:
A. Letters

A.1. Manuscript Collections for Letters

B. Manuscript or Transcribed Poems not Published Separately

C. Other Writings in Manuscript


III. Items Removed from Initial Weber Bibliography or Identified as the Work of Other Writers
IV. Abbreviations and Works Cited
V. List of substantial changes beginning July 2007

Item count
Publications: 767

Letters: 183

MS Poems: 31

Other MS: 11

Removed: 450
Total items by Brown: 992

Total items in bibliography: 1442



Introduction

This bibliography is a comprehensive effort, collectively undertaken by a team of scholars, to provide a listing of the writings of Charles Brockden Brown (1771-1810). It lists the initial publications or manuscripts of all Brown’s known writings, and revises and updates earlier attempts at bibliographies, notably those of Charles E. Bennett (1974, 1976) and Alfred Weber (1961, 1987, 1992, 2003). The bibliography’s goal is to provide a listing of Brown’s writings that will be as complete as possible, within the limits imposed by the question of attributing anonymous periodical texts. It serves as the basis for the ongoing Charles Brockden Brown Electronic Archive and Scholarly Edition, and as a general bibliography to be updated and revised in response to new scholarship.

The bibliography’s initial version was the “Preliminary and Chronological Bibliography of…Uncollected Writings” first developed in 2000 for the early stages of the Scholarly Edition by Alfred Weber and Wolfgang Schäfer, and subsequently revised and emended by Fritz Fleischmann (2001-03). We modify Weber-Schäfer-Fleischmann (WSF) in several ways, most fundamentally by aiming to include all of Brown’s known writings, from his 1783 manuscript notes on Hume to the posthumous publication of his essay series “The Scribbler” in 1822. WSF listed only so-called “uncollected” writings, understood as periodical pieces, letters, and certain other publications and manuscripts that had not been previously edited or republished in modern form in the Kent State Bicentennial edition of the novels and related writings (1977-87), the Allen-Dunlap biographical miscellany (1811-1815) or other twentieth-century sources, e.g. the Warfel “Rhapsodist” collection (1943) or the Clark biography (1952).

In the absence of any attempt at a comprehensive bibliography after Bennett (1974), and in the absence of any widely available comprehensive bibliography of any sort, the Scholarly Edition project generated the need for and the collective desire to develop a bibliography that provides: a) a reliable and widely accessible listing of the entirety of Brown’s writings; and b) a scholarly bibliography that can be maintained and updated to reflect new findings and evolving scholarly consensus on the attribution of anonymous publications.


Numbering System and Organization:

The bibliography uses two types of 10-character item numbers (accession numbers) which together form one unified system.

For publications (about 900 items), the numbering system first proposed by Weber is retained here: item numbers indicate year of publication, followed by a hyphen and five digits indicating month + first page of text. Thus the item number for “The Rhapsodist, no. I” is 1789-08464: the text appeared in 1789, in August (08), beginning on page 464. In rare cases identical numbers occur for different texts, for example in the case of the six “Communications” from October, 1808. These items are distinguished by adding letters to the identical item numbers (e.g. 1808-10003a, 1808-10003b, etc.).

For manuscripts ( 225 items), the bibliography refers to three subcategories: Letters (category code ML, 183 items), Poems (category code MP, 31 items), and Miscellaneous prose texts (category code MM, 11 items). These are numbered by year of publication, followed by a hyphen, a category code and 3 digits indicating the item’s place in a consecutively numbered category list. Thus the item number for the first letter is 1787-ML001; for the first poem 1786-MP001; for the first miscellaneous prose item 1783-MM001.

Attribution:

Brown’s extensive anonymous periodical publications and editorial work on three magazines filled with his own writing make it impossible to pretend to definitive attribution for many items; thus a comprehensive Brown bibliography necessarily remains open to change. As Sydney Krause observed in 1966 (29), there will never be a last word in Brown bibliography on this level, and Brown presents certain challenges in this respect. Nevertheless, the cumulative knowledge of the scholarly tradition has clarified and continues to clarify the status of a great number of items, such that inclusion in this bibliography signifies that an item is indisputably by Brown, or that previous scholarship and the Scholarly Edition editors ascribe it to Brown with a high degree of confidence.

To indicate a distinction between items in these two categories, a letter “A” (indisputable) or “B” (high degree of confidence) marks each publication. In the project’s TEI electronic version of the bibliography, “A” and “B” correspond to “high” and “medium.” Brown’s periodical writing also includes a range of hybrid texts in which Brown excerpts, summarizes, and otherwise creatively edits and shapes other works while adding his own implicit or explicit commentary and contextual framing within each particular magazine issue. However, given the very large number of A-B texts and new levels of availability of Brown’s magazines in the digital age (large numbers of readers can now explore the variety of texts in Brown’s magazines for themselves), the Scholarly Edition will select only A-B texts for the bibliography and its seven-volume print edition. Subsequent digital versions of the Scholarly Edition will be able to include hybrid and other texts that may help the reader explore the full range of Brown’s editorial work.

Additions, Deletions, and other Changes:

Additions, deletions, and substantial changes to the initial WSF bibliography are tracked by the editors. Deletions from the initial version of bibliography, and new determinations of authorship for items not by Brown are moved to section III (“Items Removed”), with brief rationales. Because some of these deleted texts have received scholarly commentary as Brown’s work or have been mistakenly listed in previous bibliographies as Brown’s work; and because their identification may be useful in other ways (e.g., such items provide information about Brown’s patterns of editorial borrowing), we list deletions with relevant source information rather than simply eliminating the item.

The advent of digital databases of eighteenth and nineteenth-century print materials has provided powerful new tools and opportunities for refining our understanding of Brown’s editorial borrowings and for discovering which of Brown’s magazine texts are borrowed and edited from other previous publications. Checking texts attributed to Brown against these databases, as part of the ongoing editorial work for the Scholarly Edition, has allowed this bibliography to establish a far more accurate account of the shape of Brown’s corpus, and of his editorial practices, than was possible in previous scholarly generations.

In order to incorporate new information, the bibliography will be updated periodically throughout the duration of the Scholarly Edition project.



Editorial Contacts:

The bibliography is a collective project that welcomes contributions and corrections. To contact us with relevant information, please email Philip Barnard (philipb@ku.edu) or Mark Kamrath (mkamrath@mail.ucf.edu).

Finally, note that while this bibliography lists republications and different versions of texts published under Brown’s supervision (however desultory) during his own lifetime or for the first time in the Allen-Dunlap biography or other periodicals in the years immediately following Brown’s death (e.g. serialized portions of the novels, as well as their first publication in book form), it does not extend to republications after Allen-Dunlap or in England. Items identified in this bibliography thus constitute the earliest versions and, for editorial purposes, in virtually all cases, the copy-texts of Brown’s writings.

Philip Barnard

August 16, 2010

(initial version August 2007)


Contributors:
Barnard, Philip (University of Kansas)

Battistini, Robert (Franklin & Marshall College)

Burnham, Michelle (Santa Clara University)

Cody, Michael (Eastern Tennessee State University)

Ellis, Scott (Southern Connecticut State University)

Fleischmann, Fritz (Babson College)

Gardner, Jared (Ohio State University)

Holmes, John (Franciscan University)

Kamrath, Mark (University of Central Florida)

Schäfer, Wolfgang (Universität Tübingen)

Scheiding, Oliver (Universität Mainz)

Shapiro, Stephen (Warwick University)

Verhoeven, Wil (University of Groningen)

Waterman, Bryan (New York University)

Weber, Alfred (formerly Universität Tübingen)

White, Edward (University of Florida)


I: PUBLICATIONS


1788

1788-05427 "Utrum horum Mavis, elige" [a poem]. The American Magazine, Containing a Miscellaneous Collection of Original and Other Valuable Essays in Prose and Verse, and Calculated Both for Instruction and Amusement I.6 (May 1788), 427-8. B.

[Attributed in Kennedy (1945), 350A-351H; reprinted as anonymous in E.H. Smith (1793), 222-226).]

1788-07594 "An Address to the Ladies, by their best friend Sincerity" [a poem]. The American Magazine I.8 (July 1788), 594. B.

[Identified by the magazine’s editor as a companion piece to “Utrum horum Mavis, elige,” 1788-05427, by same author]


1789
1789-02000 [“Epitaph for Franklin”] “Inscription for General Washington's Tomb Stone.” [a poem]. The State Gazette of North Carolina (Feb. 23, 1789). A.

[Reprinted Warfel (1949, 32-33), and Clark (1952, 46)]

1789-08464 "The Rhapsodist. No. I." The Columbian Magazine [Philadelphia, 1786-90] 3.8 (August 1789), 464-467. Signed "B." A.

1789-09537 "The Rhapsodist. No. II." The Columbian Magazine 3.9 (September 1789), 537-541. Signed "R." A.

1789-10587 "The Rhapsodist. No. III." The Columbian Magazine 3.10 (October 1789), 587-601. Signed “O.” A.
1789-11661 "The Rhapsodist. No. IV." The Columbian Magazine 3.11 (November 1789), 661-665. Signed "W." A.


1791
1791-04002 "Sonnet: Written after Hearing a Song by three Sisters" [a poem]. General Advertiser (April 25, 1791), 2. Signed "HENRY." B.
1791-05018 "To Ella" [a poem]. Gazette of the United States (May 14, 1791), 18. B.

1791-06067 "The Smile: Sonnet to Caroline" [a poem]. Gazette of the United States, (June 25, 1791), 67. Signed "HENRY." B.

1791-07094 "Song" [a poem]. Gazette of the United States, (July 20, 1791), 94. Signed “HENRY.” B.


1792
1792-03365 "Sonnet" [a poem]. Gazette of the United States (March 14, 1792), 365. Signed "HENRY." B.
1792-06047 "Sonnet to Flora" [a poem]. The Lady's Magazine, and Repository of Entertaining Knowledge I (June 1792), 47-48. B.
1792-08146 "Constancy. Addressed to Miss P---s" [a poem]. The Lady's Magazine, and Repository of Entertaining Knowledge (August 1792), 146. Signed "Castalio." [Written 1789.] B.
1792-09188 "Verses --- on miss S - - - n" [a poem]. The Lady's Magazine, and Repository of Entertaining Knowledge I (Sept. 1792), 188. B.
1792-12045 "An Elegy Addressed to Miss P - - - -" [a poem]. The Lady's Magazine, and Repository of Entertaining Knowledge II (Dec. 1792), 45. [Written 1789.] B.

1793
1793-04001 “On the PROFESSION of the LAW.” The Hartford American Mercury VIII, 465 (April 1, 1793), 1. Signed “W.” B

[reprinted as 1798-03165]

[added 8/2007, se]

1797

1797-01003 [Review of] John Blair Linn, Bourville Castle; or, the Gallic Orphan.” New York Minerva, Jan. 18, 1797, 3. B.

[“probable” attribution to Brown in Dunlap (1832), 305; and Duyckinck (1875), 680]

[added 6/2007, phb]


1798
1798-02001 "The Man at Home. No. I." The Weekly Magazine of Original Essays, Fugitive Pieces, and Interesting Intelligence I.1 (Feb. 3, 1798), 1-4. A.

[Continued in 1798-02033. -02065, -02099, -03133, -03167, -03193, -03225, -03257, -04289, -04320, 04352, -04383.]


1798-02033 "The Man at Home. No. II." Weekly Magazine I.2 (Feb. 10, 1798), 33-37. A.
1798-02065 "The Man at Home. No. III." Weekly Magazine I.3 (Feb. 17, 1798), 65-67. A.
1798-02099 "The Man at Home. No.IV." Weekly Magazine I.4 (Feb. 24, 1798), 99-103. A.

1798 March
1798-03133 “The Man at Home. No. V.” Weekly Magazine I.5 (March 3, 1798), 133-136. A.
1798-03165 "Essay on the Profession of the Law." Weekly Magazine I.6 (March 10, 1798), 165-167. Signed "W." B.

[reprinted from 1793-04001]


1798-03167 “The Man at Home. No. VI.” Weekly Magazine I.6 (March 10, 1798), 167-170. A.
1798-03193 "The Man at Home. No. VII.” Weekly Magazine I.7 (March 17,1798), 193-195. A.

1798-03198 “The Rights of Women. A Dialogue.” Weekly Magazine 1.7 (March 17, 1798), 198-200. [Installment 1 of 4 of periodical version of Alcuin] A.

[added 2003, FF]

1798-03202 "Notice of a New Work. &c. To the Editor of the Weekly Magazine." Weekly Magazine I.7 (March 17, 1798), 202. Signed "Speratus." A.

[Advertisement for Sky-Walk]


1798-03225 "The Man at Home. No. VIII." Weekly Magazine I.8 (March 24, 1798), 225-226. A.
1798-03228 “Extract from the ‘Sky-Walk.’” Weekly Magazine 1.8 (March 24, 1798), 228-231. A.

[added 2003, FF]


1798-03231 “The Rights of Women. A Dialogue.” Weekly Magazine 1.8 (March 24, 1798), 231-235. [Installment 2 of 4 of periodical version of Alcuin] A.

[added 2003, FF]


1798-03257 "The Man at Home, No. IX." Weekly Magazine I.9 (March 31, 1798), 257-261. A.
1798-03271 “The Rights of Women. A Dialogue.” Weekly Magazine 1.9 (March 31, 1798), 271-274. [Installment 3 of 4 of periodical version of Alcuin] A.

[added 2003, FF]



1798 April
1798-04000 Alcuin: A Dialogue. New York: T. & J. Swords, 1798. A.

[Title page indicates May, but volume was published 27 April, 1798].

[added 4/2007, phb]

1798-04289 "The Man at Home, No. X." Weekly Magazine I.10 (April 7, 1798), 289-291. A.

1798-04299 “The Rights of Women. A Dialogue. Part II.” Weekly Magazine I.10 (April 7, 1798), 299-302. [Installment 4 of 4 of periodical version of Alcuin] A.

[added 2003, FF]


1798-04318 [untitled] “A.Z. requests to be informed…” Weekly Magazine I.10 (April 7, 1798), 318. A.

[response to query concerning title of Sky-Walk]

[added 4/2007, phb]
1798-04320 "The Man at Home, No. XI." Weekly Magazine I.11 (April 14, 1798), 320-323. A.

[reprinted as 1806-12448, “Pestilence and Bad Government Compared.”]


1798-04323 "On Theatres." Weekly Magazine I.11 (April 14, 1798), 323 324. Signed "Philo." [Reprinted in 1806-12400.] B.
1798-04326 "Sudden Impulses." Weekly Magazine I.11 (April 14, 1798), 326-328. Signed "Constance." B.
1798-04352 "The Man at Home, No, XII." Weekly Magazine I.12 (April 21, 1798), 352-355. A.
1798-04357 “On the Effects of Theatric Exhibitions.” Weekly Magazine I.12 (April 21, 1798), 357 360. Signed "Philo." A.
1798-04360 “On the Effects of Theatric Representations.” Weekly Magazine 1.12 (April 21, 1798), 360-362. Signed “W.“ A.

[added 2003, FF]

1798-04364 “A Series of Original Letters – Letter I.” Weekly Magazine I.12 (April 21, 1798), 364-365. [Continued in 1798-04389. -05008, -05046, -05069, -05103, -06135.] A.

1798-04383 “The Man at Home, No. XIII.” Weekly Magazine I.13 (April 28, 1798), 383-386. A.
1798-04389 “A Series of Original Letters. – Letter II.” Weekly Magazine 1.13 (April 28, 1798), 389-391. A.
1798-04391 “A Series of Original Letters. – Letter III.” Weekly Magazine 1.13 (April 28, 1798). 391-393. A.

1798 May
1798-05006 "Review of Count Rumford‘s Essays. Essay I." Weekly Magazine II.14 (May 5, 1798), 6 8. Signed "Philo." B.

[reprinted in 1799-05132. Four other installments 1798-05035, -05063, -05097, -06129.]


1798-05008 "A Series of Original Letters [Nos. 4-5].” Weekly Magazine II.14 (May 5, 1798), 8-12. A.

1798-05035 "Review. Count Rumford‘s Second Essay." Weekly Magazine II.15 (May 12, 1798), 35 37. Signed "Philo." B.

[Reprinted in 1799-06229.]
1798-05038 “On Scheming.” Weekly Magazine II.15 (May 12, 1798), 38-39. Signed “Philo.” B.

[added 2003, FF]


1798-05046 "A Series of Original Letters. – Letter VI." Weekly Magazine II.15 (May 12, 1798), 46-47. A.

1798-05065 "Review. Count Rumford‘s Third Essay." Weekly Magazine II.16 (May 19, 1798), 65 67. Signed "Philo." A.

[Continued in 1798-05097; Reprinted in 1799-07299]

1798-05069 "A Series of Original Letters. – Letter VII." Weekly Magazine II.16 (May 19, 1798), 69-71. A.
1798-05071 "A Lesson on Sensibility." Weekly Magazine II.16 (May 19,1798), 71-76. Signed "A.Z." A.
1798-05097 “Review. Count Rumford‘s Third Essay." Weekly Magazine II.17 (May 26, 1798), 97 99. Signed "Philo." B.

[Reprinted in 1799-07299.]


1798-05099 "The Schemer. – No. XI." Weekly Magazine II.17 (May 26, 1798), 99-100.

[added 2003, FF] B.


1798-05103 "A Series of Original Letters – Letter IX." Weekly Magazine II.17 (May 26, 1798), 103-105. A.

[Reprinted partially as 1799-07257]



1798 June
1798-06129 “Review. Count Rumford‘s Third Essay.” Weekly Magazine II.18 (June 2, 1798), 129 130. Signed "Philo." B.

[Reprinted in 1799-07299.]


1798-06135 "A Series of Original Letters. – Letter X." Weekly Magazine II.18 (June 2, 1798),135-137. A.
1798-06167 "The Schemer. – No. XII." Weekly Magazine II.19 (June 9, 1798), 167-168. B.

[added 2003, FF]

1798-06193 "Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793." Weekly Magazine II.20 (June 16, 1798), 193-199. A.

[Installment 1 of 9]

[added 2003, FF]

1798-06221 "To Stella – No. I" [a poem]. Weekly Magazine II.20 (June 16, 1798), 221. By "Henry." [Written 1795.] A.
1798-06225 “The Schemer – No. XIII.” Weekly Magazine II.21 (June 23, 1798), 225-226. B.

[added 2003, FF]


1798-06226 "Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793." Weekly Magazine II. 21 (June 23, 1798), 226-230. A.

[Installment 2 of 9]

[added 2003, FF]
1798-06232 "Queries." Weekly Magazine II.21 (June 23, 1798), 232 233. Signed "A.Z." A.
1798-06250 "A Particular Account of a Singular Sleepwalker." Weekly Magazine II.21 (June 23, 1798), 250-253. B.

[added 2003, FF]


1798-06257 "Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793." Weekly Magazine II.22 (June 30, 1798), 257-262. A.

[Installment 3 of 9]

[added 2003, FF]
1798-06277 "An Instance of Ventriloquism." Weekly Magazine II.22 June 30, 1798), 277-278. B.
1798-06278 "A Receipt for a Modern Romance." Weekly Magazine II.22 (June 30, 1798), 278. Signed "Anti Ghost." A.

1798-06285 "To Stella – No. III" [a poem]. Weekly Magazine II.22 (June 30, 1798), 285. By "Henry." [Written 1795.] A.

1798-06286 "To Stella – No. V" [a poem]. Weekly Magazine II.22 (June 30, 1798), 286. By "Henry." [Written 1795.] A.

1798 July
1798-07289 "The Schemer – No. XIV." Weekly Magazine II.23 (July 7, 1798), 289-290.

[added 2003, FF] B.


1798-07290 "Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793." Weekly Magazine II.23 (July 7, 1798), 290-296. A.

[Installment 4 of 9]

[added 2003, FF]
1798-07297 "Utrum Horum?" Weekly Magazine II.23 (July 7, 1798), 297. Signed "B." B.
1798-07317 "A Billet-Doux: By a Philosopher" [a poem]. Weekly Magazine II.23 (July 7, 1798), 317-318. A.
1798-07322 "Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793." Weekly Magazine II.24 (July 14, 1798), 322-327. A.

[Installment 5 of 9]

[added 2003, FF]

1798-07370 "A Review of a Memoir concerning the fascinating Faculty which has been ascribed to the Rattle Snake and other American Serpents. (By BENJAMIN SMITHBARTON, M.D. Professor of Natural History and Botany in the University of Pennsylvania, &c. &c. 8vo.)." Weekly Magazine II.25 (July 21, 1798), 370 374. B.

[Continued in 1798-07394.]

1798-07394 "A Review of a Memoir ... (By BENJAMIN SMITH BARTON ...)"
. Weekly Magazine II.26 (July 28, 1798), 394 396. B.

1798 August-September
1798-08008 "Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793." Weekly Magazine III.27 (August 4, 1798), 8-11. A.

[Installment 6 of 9]

[added 2003, FF]
1798-08035 "Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793." Weekly Magazine III. 28 (August 11, 1798), 35-37. A.

[Installment 7 of 9]

[added 2003, FF]
1798-08045 "Facts and Calculations Respecting the Population and Territory of the United States of America.” Weekly Magazine III.28 and 29 (August 11 and 18, 1798), 45-50, 71-5. [The introductory sentence, addressed "to the Editors of the Weekly Magazine and ascribing this article to Samuel Hopkins, is signed "C.B.B." Also the end of the article is signed "New York, August 1798. C.B.B." The paper itself was drawn up in 1796 by Samuel Hopkins, an American gentleman, then in London.]. A.
1798-08065 “Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793.” Weekly Magazine III.29 (August 18, 1798), 65-71. A.

[Installment 8 of 9]

[added 8/2007, phb]

1798-08101 “Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793.” Weekly Magazine III.29 (August 25, 1798), 101-105. A.

[Installment 9 of 9]

[added 8/2007, phb]

1798-09000 Wieland; or The Transformation. An American Tale. New York: Printed by T. & J. Swords. A.

[added 4/2007, phb]


1799
1799-01000 Ormond; or The Secret Witness. New York: Printed by G. Forman for H. Caritat, 1799. [January] A.

[added 4/2007, phb]


1799-03021 “Edgar Huntly: A Fragment.” Monthly Magazine I.1 (April 1799), 21-44. [With headnote addressed to “Mr. Editor” and signed “E.H.”] A.

[Added 4/2007, BW]


1799-03322 "The Ubiquitarian.—No. XVIII." Weekly Magazine III.37 (March 23, 1799), 322 324. Signed "N." B.
1799-03355 "Reflections on Moralists and Moral Writings." Weekly Magazine III. 38 (March 30, 1799), 355 356. Signed "N." B.

1799 April
1799-04003 "On Apparitions. In a Letter from a Country Gentleman to his Friend in Town." Monthly Magazine I.1 (April, 1799), 3-8. Signed "F.R." B.
1799-04008 “The Economist.- No. I.” Monthly Magazine I.1 (April 1799 ), 8-10. Signed "R." B.

1799-04019 "Dialogues of the Living. Dialogue I." Monthly Magazine I.1 (April 1799), 19-21. [Continued in 1800-02096, -04284, -06402.] A.

1799-04045 "Art. I. [Review of] A complete History of Connecticut, Civil and Ecclesiastical, from the Emigration of its first Planters from England in 1630, to 1713. By Benjamin Trumbull, D.D. Vol. i. 8vo. 2 dollars & 25 cents. Hudson and Goodwin. Hartford." Monthly Magazine I.1 (April 1799), 45  46. B.

1799-04047 "Art. II. [Review of] The Life of Ezra Stiles, D.D.L.L.D. President of Yale College, &c. &c. By Abiel Holmes, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. 8vo. pp. 403. Thomas and Andrews. Boston. 1798." Monthly Magazine I.1 (April 1799), 47 48. B.

1799-04048 "Art. III. [Review of] Sermons on various Subjects, Doctrinal, Experimental, and Practical. By Nathan Strong, Pastor of the North Presbyterian Church in Hartford, Connecticut. Vol. i. 8vo. pp. 396. 1 dollar & 50 cents. Hudson and Goodwin. Hartford. 1798." Monthly Magazine I.1 (April 1799), 48 50. B.


1799-04050 "Art. IV. [Review of] An Eulogium on the late Dr. Samuel Cooper. Delivered before the Medical Society of Philadelphia, on the 4th March, 1799. By Charles Caldwell, A.M.M.D. &c. 8vo. pp. 48. Philadelphia. Carey. 1799." Monthly Magazine I.1 (April 1799), 50 51. Signed "B." B.
1799-04076 "Anecdotes of distinguished Characters. – Kotzebue." Monthly Magazine I.1 (April 1799), 76-78. Signed "W." B.
1799-04079 "To Stella" [a poem]. Monthly Magazine I.1 (April 1799), 79. Dated: "New-York, Sept. 20, 1798." Signed: "ALWIN." A.




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