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    Bk, 2584a, From Schiller (Columbus, Odysseus), 333 - 333, Sep 1846, William Whewell, Signed M.L. See Isaac Todhunter, William Whewell, D.D., Mater of Trinity College, Cambridge: An Account of His Writings (1876): 284. [verse] (09/17)

    Bk, 2594a, The Dance. From Schiller, 480 - 480, Oct 1846, William Whewell, Signed M.L. See Isaac Todhunter, William Whewell, D.D., Mater of Trinity College, Cambridge: An Account of His Writings (1876): 284. [verse] (09/17)

    BC, 3, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society for 1823 (No. I), 27 - 36, Jan 1824, William Whewell, Whewell was a member of the Royal Society and wrote reports on their transactions; he also wrote for the British Critic from 1824 to 1834 and later. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 14, Fleming's Philosophy of Zoology, 148 - 159, Feb 1824, William Whewell, Admiration is expressed for Fleming's work and his support of the divine origin of man's soul; Whewell wrote almost constantly on scientific topics at this time. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 22, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society for 1823 (No. II), 244 - 259, Mar 1824, William Whewell, Pages 244-245 refer to No. 3 in words that clearly imply a common authorship. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 40, Hibbert's Philosophy of Apparitions, 494 - 509, May 1824, William Whewell, prob., An account of hallucinations and attempts to explain them on rational grounds: cf. evidence for no. 14. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 50, Ricardo's National Bank, 619 - 624, Jun 1824, William Whewell, prob., Whewell, a regular contributor to the British Critic, was widely recognized as a critic of Ricardo. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 59, [Charles R.] Sumner's Ministerial Character of Christ, 55 - 68, Jul 1824, William Whewell, possib., The first paragraph suggests that the author was a geologist. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 65, Humboldt On the Superposition of Rocks, 124 - 138, Aug 1824, William Whewell, prob., Whewell had become a Member of the Royal Society in 1820 and was writing frequently on scientific topics; he became a member of the Geological Society in 1827. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 73, Somatopsychonoologia [by Philostratus, i.e. Thomas Foster], 225 - 245, Sep 1824, William Whewell, prob., Second paragraph refers to no. 14 in words that clearly imply a common authorship. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 74, Philosophical Transactions [Royal Society] for 1824: Part I, 245 - 259, Sep 1824, William Whewell, On p. 246 the reviewer refers to "the plan he has uniformly adopted in reporting on these transactions": see no. 3, 22. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 82, Gurney's Lectures on the Elements of Chemical Science, 349 - 363, Oct 1824, William Whewell, prob., Whewell wrote frequently on science in the late 1820s. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 105, [J. R.] Macculloch's Discourse on Political Economy, 598 - 624, Dec 1824, William Whewell, prob., Whewell was very critical of Ricardo (and therefore no doubt of J. R. McCulloch, his outstanding disciple); he was a friend and admirer of Malthus -- both attitudes strongly expressed in this article. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 114, Hancock, On Instinct, &c., 40 - 54, Jan 1825, William Whewell, His scientific interests have already appeared in nos. 3, 22, 65, and 74; further, this article references no. 74. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 157, Practical Astronomy, 462 - 478, May 1825, William Whewell, See the evidence for no. 245. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 167, Philosophical Transactions [Royal Society] for 1824: Part II, concl., 595 - 610, Jun 1825, William Whewell, Part I (no. 74 is by Whewell); on p. 595 author refers to no. 157 in words that plainly imply a common authorship. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 190, Optics, 263 - 274, Oct 1825, William Whewell, prob., This account of various experiments is reminiscent of Whewell's treatment of reports of transactions of learned societies. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 214, [John] Bentley's Ancient and Modern Hindu Astronomy, 136 - 151, Apr 1826, William Whewell, Whewell worte no. 157, "Practical astronomy," and later published a Bridgewater Treatise, On Astronomy and General Physics (1833). (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 217, M'Culloch on Absenteeism, 177 - 200, Apr 1826, William Whewell, prob., Whewell thought ill of McCulloch (a disciple of Ricardo); here the reviewer has nothing but scorn and sarcasm, and is incensed at McCulloch's giving evidence to a House of Commons committee on Ireland. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

    BC, 227, Gothic Architecture, 370 - 398, Jul 1826, William Whewell, In 1845 Whewell referred to a time when he visited cathedrals as a student of architecture with Rickman, an author discussed in this article; the discussion of stone in this article suggests a reviewer engrossed in geology. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)

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