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F&CQR, French Songs and Translations, 484 - 502, Apr 1844, Henry Fothergill Chorley, prob., A Jan 3, 1844 ltr from R. Browning to Chorley regrets that Chorley's "article and translations" was postponed to the following # of the Review. Chorley was predominantly a music critic. See The Brownings’ Correspondence, 8, 134–135. [review] (12/15)
F&CQR, The New Spirit of the Age, 114 - 137, Jul 1844, Henry Fothergill Chorley, In the introduction to the 2nd edition of "New Spirit of the Age" Horne refers to the review offered in the F&CQR of the 1st edition as by the writer who had previously attacked him in the Athenaeum and who wrote "Authors of England" -- i., e. Chorley. [review] (08/16)
F&CQR, English Poetesses, 77 - 104, Jan 1845, Henry Fothergill Chorley, prob., Attributed to Chorley in a letter from EBB dated Jan 3, 1845. See The Brownings’ Correspondence, 10, 3-5. Attributed to Horne in Alba Houghton Warren, Jr., "Richard Hengist Horne: a Literary Biography" (unpublished typescript in Princeton Library). [review] (08/16)
F&CQR, English Songs, 53 - 84, Jul 1845, Henry Fothergill Chorley, possib., Apparently Chorley wrote "French Songs and Translations" (Apr 1844) and "Irish Songs and Fancies" (Jan 1846) -- perhaps he also wrote "English Songs," the only other "songs" article in the F&CQR/NQR. [review] (12/15)
F&CQR, Irish Songs and Fancies, 43 - 67, Jan 1846, Henry Fothergill Chorley, possib., Robert Browning and EBB both thought that this article was written by Chorley (See The Brownings’ Correspondence, 11, 304–305). Chorley was a frequent contributor to the F&CQR, with attributed articles in April 1844, July 1844, Jan 1845. [review] (12/15)
KS, The Sisters of the Silver Palace. A Tale from the Italian Chronicles, 129 - 141, Nov 1840, Henry Fothergill Chorley, Signed the author of "The Lion." Chorley published The Lion: A Tale of the Coetries in 1839. (08/16)