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    CoEQR, Goldsmith and Gray, 360 - 389, Apr 1837, Robert Aris Willmott, Claimed in Robert Aris Willmott, Letters of Eminent Persons (1839) : 435. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, General Education in the University of Cambridge, 47 - 67, Jul 1841, Robert Aris Willmott, possib., Robert Aris Wilmott, a known contributor to the COE QR, graduated with a BA from Cambridge in May 1841. The author of this article was clearly a recent resident at Cambridge and deeply familiar with studies at the university. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Religious Education in the University of Cambridge, 317 - 339, Oct 1841, Robert Aris Willmott, possib., A follow-on to a paper in the July 1841 COEQR. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Mathematics at Cambridge, 112 - 141, Jul 1842, Robert Aris Willmott, possib., This is one of a series of "at Cambridge" articles which we have speculated is by Willmott. Willmott received a B.A. from Cambridge in 1841. [review] (10/17)

    FM, 122a, Corinna and Her Pupil, 320 - 320, Oct 1830, Robert Aris Willmott, prob., Signed the Harrovian. Willmott often used this pseudonym. [verse] (03/15)

    FM, 303a, Song (from the French), 460 - 460, Nov 1831, Robert Aris Willmott, possib., Signed W. Thrall has suggested that "W" was Willmott's signature in Fraser's Magazine. [verse] (03/15)

    FM, 327a, Love and the Myrtle-Leaf, 660 - 660, Jan 1832, Robert Aris Willmott, possib., Signed W. Signed W. Thrall has suggested that "W" was Willmott's signature in Fraser's Magazine. [verse] (03/15)

    FM, 471a, The Contrast. From the French of Tristan L'Hermite, 449 - 449, Nov 1832, Robert Aris Willmott, possib., Signed W. Thrall has suggested that "W" was Willmott's signature in Fraser's Magazine. [verse] (03/15)

    FM, 2075a, The Sister Angels, 725 - 726, Jun 1845, Robert Aris Willmott, Signed. Dated March 15, 1845. [verse] (12/15)

    FM, 2424a, The Count of Habsburg (a translation from Schiller), 232 - 233, Feb 1848, Robert Aris Willmott, possib., Signed W. Thrall has suggested that "W" was Willmott's signature in Fraser's Magazine. [verse] (12/15)

    Metro, The Roman Eagle, 368 - 369, Aug 1831, Robert Aris Willmott, possib., Signed R.W. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, Harrow Hall, 138 - 140, Oct 1831, Robert Aris Willmott, prob., Signed R.A.W., Harrow: August 29, 1831. This is similar in style and theme to poetry Willmott wrote for other periodicals. Willmott was also known as The Harrovian. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, The Last of the Numbered. A Passage in the Plague of Athens, 7 - 10, Jan 1832, Robert Aris Willmott, prob., Signed R.A.W. This is similar in style and theme to poetry Willmott wrote for other periodicals. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, Flowers for Mary's Garland (with a Greek quote from Euripidies), 382 - 382, Apr 1832, Robert Aris Willmott, prob., Signed R.A.W. This is similar in style and theme to poetry Willmott wrote for other periodicals. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, Flowers for Mary's Garland, 89 - 89, May 1832, Robert Aris Willmott, prob., A different poem by the same name, also starting with a Greek quotation, in the April 1832 Metropolitan is by Willmott. [verse] (06/17)

    NMM, 1601a, The First Mile-stone on the Harrow Road, 58 - 58, Jan 1831, Robert Aris Willmott, prob., Signed the Harrovian; Robert Aris Willmott was known by that name. [verse] (03/15)

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