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    AM, 80, A Vision of Coventry, 159 - 162, Aug 1842, Catherine Frances Gore, Reprinted in Catherine Gore’s Modern Chivalry; or, A New Orlando Furioso (London: John Mortimer, 1843). (10/13)

    AM, 91, The Solitary Joker, 243 - 247, Sep 1842, Dudley Costello, Identified in advertisement in the Spectator, Aug 27, 1842: 840. (10/13)

    AM, 102, The One Thing Needful, 335 - 340, Oct 1842, Catherine Frances Gore, Reprinted in Catherine Gore’s Modern Chivalry; or, A New Orlando Furioso (London: John Mortimer, 1843). (10/13)

    AM, 144, The Adventures of Ganderfield, the bore-hater (Part 1), 75 - 80, Jan 1843, Catherine Frances Gore, Signed: A Crotchety Man. Reprinted as the first half of “A Fragment from the Autobiography of Squire Ganderfield” in Catherine Gore’s The Birthright and other Tales (1844). (10/13)

    AM, 150, The Adventures of Ganderfield, the bore-hater (Part 2), 133 - 140, Feb 1843, Catherine Frances Gore, This article is certainly by the same author as AM 144. (10/13)

    AM, 233, Good Queen Bess, 249 - 256, Sep 1843, William Harrison Ainsworth, possib., Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991), 146.

    AM, 364, Poems by Coventry Patmore, 93 - 94, Jul 1844, James Henry Leigh Hunt, Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991), 146.

    AM, 366, The Hum of Men, 109 - 113, Aug 1844, Catherine Frances Gore, Gore claimed this article in a letter to Benjamin Disraeli, Bodleian Library, Dep. Hughenden 129/2, 225: “Pray read a paper of mine in Ainsworth’s called ‘The hum of men.’” (10/13)

    AM, 383, Kate Crosby’s Polka Party, 206 - 211, Sep 1844, Francis Frederick Brandt, Signed: F.F.B. Taken from a story by Paul de Kock; F.F.B is Francis Frederick Brandt. See Frank Marland’s Manuscripts (1859); Illustrated London News, Sep. 14, 1844: 170. (10/13)

    AM, 453, The Doctor’s Fee, 108 - 114, Feb 1845, Francis Frederick Brandt, Signed: F.F.B. F.F.B is Francis Frederick Brandt. (10/13)

    AM, 563, A Tale of East India Life; Founded on Fact, 328 - 336, Oct 1845, Joachim Hayward Stocqueler (Siddons), Signed J.H. Stoquelor; Wellesley attributes this to J.H. Siddons, confusing pseudonym with original name. (08/16)

    AM, 643, The Musician and the Magpie (chaps i-v; no more published), 472 - 480, Jun 1846, Unknown, Uncredited translation of story by Alexandre Dumas; translator unknown. See Alexandre Dumas, The Bird of Fate and Other Stories. London, Methuen & Co. Ltd. 1922. (10/13)

    AM, 850, A capriccio, 53 - 58, Jul 1848, Francis Doyne Dwyer, prob., Dwyer is probably the translator. See Eileen M. Curran VPR 26 (1993), 187.

    AM, 1269, The Monastery of the Flowery Plain: a tale of the sixteenth century (chaps. i-ii), 175 - 184, Feb 1852, George Walter Thornbury, Reprinted in George Walter Thornbury, Icebound (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1861). (03/14)

    AM, 1273, The Monastery of the Flowery Plain: a tale of the sixteenth century (chaps. iii-iv, conclusion), 217 - 226, Mar 1852, George Walter Thornbury, Reprinted in George Walter Thornbury, Icebound (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1861). (03/14)

    AM, 1305, The Corpse House, 488 - 496, Jun 1852, George Walter Thornbury, Reprinted in George Walter Thornbury, Icebound (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1861). (03/14)

    AM, 1335, The Midnight Meeting (chaps i-ii), 194 - 204, Sep 1852, George Walter Thornbury, Reprinted in George Walter Thornbury, Icebound (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1861). (03/14)

    AM, 1348, The Midnight Meeting (chap iii)., 301 - 305, Oct 1852, George Walter Thornbury, Reprinted in George Walter Thornbury, Icebound (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1861). (03/14)

    AM, 1371, The Midnight Meeting (concl.), 478 - 483, Dec 1852, George Walter Thornbury, Reprinted in George Walter Thornbury, Icebound (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1861). (03/15)

    AM, 1527, Scenes from my life (chaps. i-iii), 48 - 57, Jan 1854, William Richardson, prob., Eileen M. Curran, VPR 34 (2001), 324-5.

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