Filter By

1831
1837


Title Search



Hover over the periodical abbreviation or contributor name to see detailed information.

    Metro, Naval Anecdotes, 180 - 181, Jun 1831, William Nugent Glascock, Signed W.N.G. Glascock was a naval captain and a frequent contributor to the Metropolitan. (03/14)

    Metro, Dialogues of the Deck. No. 1, 298 - 306, Jul 1831, William Nugent Glascock, Signed the author of “Tales of a Tar.” Worldcat: W. N. Glascock, Tales of a Tar with Characteristic Anecdotes (London: Colburn & Bentley, 1830). (03/14)

    Metro, Naval Novels, 370 - 376, Aug 1831, William Nugent Glascock, Signed W.N.G. Glascock was a naval captain and a frequent contributor to the Metropolitan. (03/14)

    Metro, The Simpkin Papers, No. IX / No X, 183 - 185, Feb 1832, William Nugent Glascock, No. IX is signed W.N.G. Contains an introductory prose note followed by a poem entitled "The Boarders." [verse] (03/14)

    Metro, Dialogues of the Deck, No. II, 300 - 306, Mar 1832, William Nugent Glascock, Signed the author of “Tales of a Tar.” See July 1831. (03/14)

    Metro, Dialogues of the Deck. No. III, 96 - 104, May 1832, William Nugent Glascock, Signed the author of “Tales of a Tar.” See July 1831. (03/14)

    Metro, Ephemera; or Etchings from Life, 309 - 315, Nov 1837, William Nugent Glascock, prob., Glascock is identified as the author of the second article in this series; see Dec 1837. (03/14)

    Metro, Ephemera, or Etchings from Life. No. II, 433 - 439, Dec 1837, William Nugent Glascock, Signed the Templar, author of “The Naval Sketch Book,” &c. BL: William Nugent Glascock, The Naval Sketch Book (London: H. Colburn, 1826). (03/14)

Download as CSV Results per page