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Fraser's Magazine

For a general introduction to Fraser's Magazine and a listing of prose articles see the  Wellesley Index,  Volume II, pages 303-521. The Curran Index includes additions and corrections to that prose listing, as well as a full listing of verse published in Fraser's Magazine from 1831 to 1854.
 
EDITORS: Correct typo, 2:315, 1st line under this heading: Maginn, if he was editor, held the office from February 1830, the first issue, not from 1800. [12/07]


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    FM, 4571, Reminiscences of the court and times of Paul I of Russia, Pt. 1, 222 - 241, Volume 72, Aug 1865, Francis Doyne Dwyer, Dwyer claimed in a RLF application dated May 27, 1867, that he edited the reminiscences of Nikolay Alexandrovich Sablukov. Note that Wellesley 3:995 incorrectly spells Dwyer's first name as "Frances." Eileen M. Curran, VPR 26 (1993), 190.

    FM, 4596, Letters from Egypt, 1863-1865 [by Lady Duff-Gordon], 580 - 588, Volume 72, Nov 1865, Philip Meadows Taylor (1808-1876), possib., David Finkelstein, Philip Meadows Taylor (1808-1876). A Bibliography (Univ. Queensland, 1990), 17, 29, attributes this article to Capt. Meadows Taylor, but without any support. (08/06)

    FM, 4596, How the Irish Land System breeds disaffection, 259 - 268, Volume 77, Feb 1868, James Godkin, Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991), 149.

    FM, 4853, Diary in Libby Prison, 385 - 406, Volume 77, Mar 1868, Emeric Szabad, Reprinted in Every Saturday (Boston MA), 4 Apr. 1868, 421-432, and in Stephen Beszedits, The Libby Prison Diary of Colonel Emeric Szabad (Toronto Canada: B&L Information Services, 1999), 74-103. Both reprint the Fraser’s text, Americanizing the spelling. (12/07)

    FM, 4971, President Grant, 602 - 621, Volume 79, May 1869, James Alexander Carlton Maitland, possib., See Eileen M. Curran, VPR 34 (2001), 346.

    FM, 5211, English republicanism, 751 - 761, Volume 83, Jun 1871, Thomas Wright (engineer), To name of author, Thomas Wright, add 1839-1909 for clarity’s sake, since Wellesley includes 4 Thomas Wrights. See Part B. (12/07)

    FM, 5515, The Christian Brothers and their lesson-books, 186 - 199, Volume 89, Feb 1874, Unknown, Delete the bracketed word [Jesuits] which Wellesley placed after "Christian Brothers." Christian Brothers and Jesuits are two different Roman Catholic orders; both established schools. (06/04)

    FM, 5722, Our military system and the national debt, 364 - 381, Volume 72, Sep 1875, Francis Doyne Dwyer, Signed D. Dwyer's widow claimed article was his in RLF application. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 26 (1993), 190.

    FM, 6346, Education and boots, 640 - 646, Volume 102, Nov 1880, Thomas Wright (engineer), Signed ‘The Riverside Visitor.’ Thomas Wright 1839-1909. Delete ‘prob.’ ODNB identifies this Thomas Wright as ‘The Riverside Visitor.’ (12/07)

    FM, 6400, The Colleges as Landlords, 590 - 600, Volume 103, May 1881, Archibald Campbell Tait, See M. G. Brock and M.C. Curthoys, eds. The History of the University of Oxford. Volume VI Nineteenth-Century Oxford, Part I (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997): 390 (note 27). (03/14)

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