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    CoEQR, Ancient English Poetry, 26 - 49, Volume 12, 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, Volume 12, 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, Volume 13, 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, Volume 13, 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, Volume 13, 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, Volume 1, 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, Volume 1, 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, Volume 2, Jul 1843, Richard Henry Horne, Attributed in Alba Houghton Warren, Jr., "Richard Hengist Horne: a Literary Biography" (unpublished typescript in Princeton Library).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, Volume 3, 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, Volume 5, 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, Volume 7, 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, Volume 48, Aug 1853, Richard Henry Horne, Signed. [verse] (12/15)

    HJ, Genius, 14 - 14, Volume 1, Jan 2, 1847, Richard Henry Horne, Signed the author of Orion. [verse] (04/18)

    HJ, Sonnet. The Balance of Life, 66 - 66, Volume 1, Jan 30, 1847, Richard Henry Horne, Signed R. H. Horne. [verse] (04/18)

    HJ, An Irish Funeral, 147 - 147, Volume 1, 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, Volume 3, Jun 24, 1848, Richard Henry Horne, Signed R.H. Horne. [verse] (04/18)

    Metro, Sketches from Mexico, 188 - 193, Volume 8, 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, Volume 8, 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, Volume 8, 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, Volume 8, 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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