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    ATH, Faust; a Dramatic Poem. By the translator of Savigny's "Of the Vocation of Our Age for Legislation and Jurisprudence", Apr 27, 1833, James Churchill, prob., Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (03/19)

    ForR, 11, Stagnelius -- Swedish Poetry. Scandinavian Literature, 257 - 274, Jan 1828, Ludwig von Muhlenfels, James Churchill, Attributed to Muhlenfels by Leeds; Wm. Fraser wrote Wm. Jerdan that the verse translations were by Churchill. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991): 119-136. [review]

    ForR, 93, Vitalis -- Swedish Poetry, 163 - 173, Jul 1829, James Churchill, Letter describes writer as self-taught and delicate (both of which Churchill was); Churchill had already translated Swedish poetry for FQR. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991): 119-136. [review]

    FM, 156, Wallenstein's Camp (translated from Goethe), 633 - 665, Jan 1831, James Churchill, Attributed in FM in Jan 1840, p 21. [verse] (03/15)

    FM, 705, High-ways and low-ways; or Ainsworth's dictionary, 724 - 738, Jun 1834, James Churchill, Remove "prob." designation at Wellesley 3:990. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991), 148-50.

    FM, 1337a, Punch Song. From the German, 16 - 16, Jul 1839, James Churchill, See Thrall, Rebellious Fraser: 280. [verse] (03/15)

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