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    Bij, Lady Jane Grey, 113 - 114, Nov 1829, James White, Signed the Rev. James White. [verse] (12/17)

    Bij, To Euphemia, 176 - 176, Nov 1829, James White, Signed the Rev. James White. [verse] (12/17)

    Bij, Rosalind and Celia, 242 - 243, Nov 1829, James White, Signed the Rev. James White. [verse] (12/17)

    Bk, 586b, To "Beauty", 30 - 31, Jul 1828, James White, prob., Signed R.H. This signature was used in BK 600 by James White. [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 830a, Lines Written After Reading the Romance of Arthur's Round Table, 705 - 705, May 1830, James White, prob., Signed an Oxonian. James White used the signature "the Oxonian." [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 1688, New Year's night, from the German, 167 - 187, Feb 1838, James White, Translated from a German story by Heinrich Zschokke by James White. (04/05)

    Bk, 1718b, The Song of Polycrates, 684 - 685, May 1838, James White, Noted as translated by the Reverend James White. [verse] (06/17)

    Metro, The Adventures of Crispin Crisp, 179 - 186, Oct 1832, James White, Reprinted in The Adventures of Sir Frizzle Pumpkin, Nights at Mess, and Other Tales by James White (London: Blackwood & Sons, 1846). (03/14)

    Metro, The Adventures of Crispin Crisp, 309 - 318, Nov 1832, James White, Reprinted in The Adventures of Sir Frizzle Pumpkin, Nights at Mess, and Other Tales by James White (London: Blackwood & Sons, 1846). (03/14)

    Metro, George Conway; or, ‘Tis Twenty Years Ago, 377 - 379, Dec 1834, James White, Signed Ephraim Twigg. Ephraim Twigg was used by the Rev. James White as a pseudonym in the 1834 story “My First Duel”: see Some Passages in the Life of Sir Frizzle Pumpkin: the Pic-Nic and Other Tales (Philadelphia, Carey & Hat, 1834). (03/14)

    Metro, Milton Mugg; or, “What’s in a Name?”, 285 - 295, Mar 1835, James White, Signed Ephraim Twigg. Ephraim Twigg was used by the Rev. James White as a pseudonym in the 1834 story “My First Duel”: see Some Passages in the Life of Sir Frizzle Pumpkin: the Pic-Nic and Other Tales (Philadelpha, Carey & Hat, 1834). (03/14)

    Metro, Tel Fut Le Monde Dès Le Commencement, 84 - 87, May 1835, James White, Signed Ephraim Twigg. Ephraim Twigg was used by the Rev. James White as a pseudonym in the 1834 story “My First Duel”: see Some Passages in the Life of Sir Frizzle Pumpkin: the Pic-Nic and Other Tales (Philadelphia, Carey & Hat, 1834). (03/14)

    NMM, 1915a, Sonnets to Rosalie, 152 - 152, Feb 1833, James White, Signed the author of "The Village Poorhouse." [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 2144, My First Duel, 488 - 492, Aug 1834, James White, Signed Ephraim Twigg. Reprinted in The Adventures of Sir Frizzle Pumpkin, the Pic-Nic, and Other Tales by James White. (10/13)

    Tait, 567, Phadde and his Friends (Chaps I and II), 227 - 235, Apr 1835, James White, An endorsement on a manuscript page of Tait 659 identifies White as the author of “Phadde and his Friends”; a surviving section of the manuscript of “Phadde and his Friends” is in the same handwriting as Tait 659. (10/13)

    Tait, 659, On the employment of patronage in church and state, 34 - 38, Jan 1836, James White, An endorsement on a surviving manuscript page identifies White as the author. (10/13)

    Tait, 674, Phadde and his Friends” (Chapter III), 123 - 133, Feb 1836, James White, See Tait 567 above. (10/13)

    Tait, 687, Phadde and his Friends” (Chapter IV), 229 - 235, Apr 1836, James White, See Tait 567 above. (10/13)

    Tait, 729, Phadde and his Friends (chap v., conclusion), 497 - 501, Aug 1836, James White, See Tait 567 above. (10/13)

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