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    CoEQR, Ancient English Poetry, 26 - 49, Jul 1842, Richard Henry Horne, possib., George Darley's 1840 phrase, "Every true poet has a song in his mind," is used without quotes. Horne used that quote in his 1841 edition of Chaucer; Horne also reviewed Browning's poems in the Oct 1842 COEQR. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Robert Browning's Poems, 464 - 483, Oct 1842, Richard Henry Horne, See Isobel Armstrong, Victorian Scrutinies: Reviews of Poetry 1830-1870 (1972). [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Albertus Magnus: His Biography, Works, and Fame, 96 - 112, Jan 1843, Richard Henry Horne, The Brownings’ Correspondence, 6, 270–271; letter from Horne to EBB dated 5 January 1843. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, The Principles of Christian Reviewing, 137 - 153, Jan 1843, Richard Henry Horne, prob., See The Browning's Correspondence; 1186. Richard Hengist Horne to EBB, 24 March 1843. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Poetical Contrasts, 430 - 448, Apr 1843, Richard Henry Horne, See Alibone, A Critical Dictionary of English Literature, Volume 1: 889. [review] (10/17)

    F&CQR, Chinese Characteristics, 194 - 221, Jan 1843, Richard Henry Horne, Claimed by Horne in a letter dated January 5, 1843. See The Brownings’ Correspondence, 6, 270–271. Also attributed by Powell in Living Authors of England. [review] (08/16)

    F&CQR, The Dramatic Mind of Europe, 554 - 572, Apr 1843, Richard Henry Horne, This article was sent by Horne to EBB on Apr 27, 1843. He wrote "he" would not write the substantive papers on each country [see the intro to the article] See The Brownings’ Correspondence, 7, 90–91. Also attributed by Powell in Living Authors of England. [review] (08/16)

    F&CQR, Romantic Poetry: -- Blind Wife and other Poems. By Thomas Powell, Esq., 221 - 234, Jul 1843, Richard Henry Horne, Attributed in Alba Houghton Warren, Jr., "Richard Hengist Horne: a Literary Biography" (unpublished typescript in Princeton Library). [review] (08/16)

    F&CQR, Modern Poets -- Tennyson, Marston, and Browning, 202 - 215, Jan 1844, Richard Henry Horne, Attributed to Horne in The Brownings’ Correspondence, 8, 337–340. [review] (12/15)

    F&CQR, Living English Dramatists, 354 - 384, Apr 1845, Richard Henry Horne, Attributed by Gertrude Reese Hudson, Robert Browning's Literary Life (1992): 570. Attributed in Alba Houghton Warren, Jr., "Richard Hengist Horne: a Literary Biography" (unpublished typescript in Princeton Library). [review] (08/16)

    F&CQR, Romaic Literature, 79 - 108, Jan 1846, Richard Henry Horne, possib., The article claims that the writer was in Germany "last winter." Horne, a frequent contributor to the F&CQR/NQR, was in Germany from September 1844 to April 1845. [review] (08/16)

    FM, 3127a, Nero. A Picture, 219 - 219, Aug 1853, Richard Henry Horne, Signed. [verse] (12/15)

    HJ, Genius, 14 - 14, Jan 2, 1847, Richard Henry Horne, Signed the author of Orion. [verse] (04/18)

    HJ, Sonnet. The Balance of Life, 66 - 66, Jan 30, 1847, Richard Henry Horne, Signed R. H. Horne. [verse] (04/18)

    HJ, An Irish Funeral, 147 - 147, Mar 13, 1847, Richard Henry Horne, Signed the Author of "Orion." [verse] (04/18)

    HJ, Lines Addressed to Mary Howitt, June 8, 1848, 400 - 400, Jun 24, 1848, Richard Henry Horne, Signed R.H. Horne. [verse] (04/18)

    Metro, Sketches from Mexico, 188 - 193, Oct 1833, Richard Henry Horne, Signed the author of the Exposition of the False Medium and Barriers Excluding Men of Genius from the Public. Worldcat: R. H. Horne, Exposition of the False Medium and Barriers Excluding Men of Genius from the Public (London: E. Wilson, 1833). (03/14)

    MRep, Correspondence between a Country Curate and the Bishop of a Diocese, 461 - 477, Jul 1834, Richard Henry Horne, Signed R.H.H. From marked file in British Library; see Mineka, The Dissidence of Dissent (1944): 400-425. (03/18)

    MRep, Akiba: a Hebrew Story, 646 - 653, Sep 1834, Richard Henry Horne, From marked file in British Library; see Mineka, The Dissidence of Dissent (1944): 400-425. (03/18)

    MRep, Stanzas to a Ruined Windmill, 712 - 713, Oct 1834, Richard Henry Horne, Signed R.H.H. 1825. From marked file in British Library; see Mineka, The Dissidence of Dissent (1944): 400-425. [verse] (03/18)

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