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    Bk, 1140e, A Dozen Years Hence, 265 - 265, Feb 1833, George Moir, prob., Eileen Curran thought this was by George Moir according to an old note. [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 1220j, Merry England, 871 - 871, Dec 1833, George Moir, Eileen Curran thought this was by George Moir according to an old note. [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 1220l, The Radical, 872 - 872, Dec 1833, George Moir, prob., Eileen Curran thought this was by George Moir according to an old note. [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 1627, The Cabinet, 78 - 88, Jul 1837, George Moir, Douglas Cheape, Charles Neaves, According to NLS30,673, George Moir wrote 7 pp., Prof. Cheape 2pp., and C. Neaves 2pp. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 29 (1996), 295.

    Bk, 1634, The Literary Remains of Isaac Tomkins, gent, communicated by Peter Jenkins, his literary executor, 179 - 194, Aug 1837, George Moir, Charles Neaves, Moir contributed 12 pages, Neaves contributed 4 pages (Blackwood Acct. Bk. NLS30,673). Eileen M. Curran, VPR 29 (1996), 295.

    Bk, 1685, What has the Ministry done?, 113 - 136, Jan 1838, Rev. George Croly, George Moir, Croly wrote 16.5 pages, Moir wrote 7.5 pages (Blackwood Acct. Bk. NLS30,673). Eileen M. Curran, VPR 29 (1996), 295.

    Bk, 1711, Tomkins redivivus, 565 - 588, May 1838, George Moir, Charles Neaves, Delete Wellesley's attribution to Cheape. Blackwood Acc. Bk. NLS30,673 shows equal payments to George Moir and Charles Neaves. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 29 (1996), 296.

    Bk, 1955a, Camoëns; a Dramatic Sketch. In one Act., 220 - 231, Aug 1840, George Moir, Identified as a translation of a German writer, Frederick Halm. Intro. paragraph and translation by George Moir. Strout Library. [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 2677a, Note in reference to an Article in our last number, and to Professor Wilson’s Letter to the Editor of the Edinburgh Evening Courant, dated 30th June. 62 (Aug. 1847), 258 - 258, Aug 1847, Charles Neaves, George Moir, David Macbeth Moir, John Blackwood, NLS30,673 gives "Neaves G. Moir Delta J.B." Eileen M. Curran, VPR 29 (1996), 299.

    NMM, 212a, Ballad -- From the Spanish (The hosts of Roderick took to flight, in terror and dismay), 154 - 154, Feb 1822, George Moir, Signed G.M. See 254 for NMM in WI. [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 288a, Epigram, From the Italian of Pananti (Is beauty to thine outward form denied?), 60 - 60, Jul 1822, George Moir, prob., Signed G.M. See 254 for NMM in WI. [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 289a, Epigram, from the Italian of Pananti (His hair so black, and beard so grey), 64 - 64, Jul 1822, George Moir, prob., Signed G.M. See 254 for NMM in WI. [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 303a, Epigram, from the Italian of Pananti (Repent, my son, a friar said), 151 - 151, Aug 1822, George Moir, prob., Signed G.M. See 254 for NMM in WI. [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 477a, Lines to Spain, 169 - 170, Aug 1823, George Moir, prob., Signed G.M. See 254 for NMM in WI. [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 545a, The Last Look of Granada, 83 - 84, Jan 1824, George Moir, prob., Signed G.M. See 254 for NMM in WI. [verse] (03/15)

    NMM, 1120a, Sonnet, from Baruffaldi, 386 - 386, Oct 1827, George Moir, Signed G.M. See 254 for NMM in WI. [verse] (03/15)

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