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    Bij, Ballad from the Norman French, 4 - 10, Nov 1827, John Gibson Lockhart, Signed J.G. Lockhart, Esq. [verse] (12/17)

    Bk, 81, The Devil's Elixir [by E. T. A. Hoffmann], 55 - 67, Jul 1824, John Gibson Lockhart, Delete Wellesley's partial attribution to Gillies; Blackwood Acct. Bk. 30,657/180 only credits Lockhart (with 11 pages). Eileen M. Curran, VPR 29 (1996), 290.

    Bk, 86a, Letters of Timothy Tickler, Esq. to Eminent Literary Characters. No. XVI. To the Editor of John Bull Magazine on an article in his first number, 115 - 116, Jul 1824, John Gibson Lockhart, Blackwood's Contributions Bk. NLS 30,657/180 credits Lockhart with "J. Bull Mag. 2[pp.]" in this issue. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 29 (1996), 303.

    Bk, 86a, Letters of Timothy Tickler, Esq. to Eminent Literary Characters. No. XVI. To the Editor of the John Bull Magazine on an article in his first number, 115 - 116, Jul 1824, John Gibson Lockhart, possib., Blackwood’s Contributions Book, NLS 30,657/180. See Murray, SSL 9 (1972).111. EMC, VPR 29 (1996), 303. [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 100, Noctes Ambrosianæ #16, 231 - 250, Aug 1824, John Gibson Lockhart, Unknown, There is an unidentified contributor (perhaps John Wilson), as Lockhart was only paid for 16 pages of this article. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 29 (1996), 290.

    Bk, 160, New series of Sayings and Doings, 221 - 233, Feb 1825, John Gibson Lockhart, Unknown, There is an unidentified contributor, as Lockhart was only paid for 7 pages of this article. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 29 (1996), 290.

    Bk, 167, The contemporary narrative of the death of Blanche of Bourbon, wife to Pedro the Cruel, King of Castille, 328 - 329, Mar 1825, John Gibson Lockhart, Signed Bertrand Du Guesclin. Translated by Lockhart according to Blackwood Contributions, NLS 30,567. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 30 (1997), 323.

    Bk, 176, Noctes Ambrosianæ # 19, 366 - 384, Mar 1825, John Wilson, John Gibson Lockhart, Wilson contributed 16 pages, and Lockhart contributed 3 pages. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 29 (1996), 290.

    Bk, 215, Mr. Blanco White's evidence against the Catholics, 102 - 118, Jul 1825, John Gibson Lockhart, Wellesley 3:982 questioned this attribution, however, a newly deciphered Blackwood letter removes any uncertainty. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 30 (1997), 324.

    Bk, 708, Noctes Ambrosianæ No. 44, 787 - 803, Jun 1829, John Gibson Lockhart, William Maginn, Wellesley misinterprets Blackwood Accts NLS 30,659 which assigns this to Lockhart and Maginn, not Lockhart and Moir.

    Bk, 718, Noctes Ambrosianæ No. 45, 120 - 142, Jul 1829, John Gibson Lockhart, NLS 30,659 gives only Lockhart as author. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 29 (1996), 292.

    Bk, 874, Noctes Ambrosianae, 383 - 436, Aug 1830, John Wilson, John Gibson Lockhart, James Hogg, Blackwood Acct. Bk. NLS30,659 gives Wilson 43 pp., Lockhart 9 pp., Hogg 2 pp. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 29 (1996), 293.

    Bk, 996c, Lines Written on Tweedside, 701 - 701, Oct 1831, John Gibson Lockhart, Dated September the 18th, 1831. Reprinted in John Gibson Lockhart, Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott (1845). [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 1096, The Pursuits of Politics. A Poem, 413 - 430, Oct 1832, John Gibson Lockhart, Signed Timothy Tickler, Esq., F.R.D.S.E. See Blackwood Contrib. Book. [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 2065a, The Pied-à-Terre, 227 - 228, Aug 1841, John Gibson Lockhart, prob., Signed T.T., Southside, July 9, 1841. T.T. stands for Timothy Tickler, a pseudonym used by both Maginn and Lockhart. At this point in time Lockhart is the most likely contributor. [verse] (09/17)

    Bk, 2519a, Goethe to his Roman Love, 120 - 120, Jan 1846, John Gibson Lockhart, Signed P.M. See Gilbert Macbeth, "John Gibson Lockhart: a Critical Study," Illinois Studies in Language and Literature, XVII (1935): 215. [verse] (09/17)

    Bk, 2519b, Epigrams from Goethe, 121 - 121, Jan 1846, John Gibson Lockhart, See Gilbert Macbeth, "John Gibson Lockhart: a Critical Study," Illinois Studies in Language and Literature, XVII (1935): 215. [verse] (09/17)

    Bk, 2529, The Twenty-Fourth Book of Homer's Illiad, 259 - 272, Mar 1846, John Gibson Lockhart, See Gilbert Macbeth, "John Gibson Lockhart: a Critical Study," Illinois Studies in Language and Literature, XVII (1935): 215. [verse] (09/17)

    Bk, 2543c, Rhymed Hexameters and Pentameters, 496 - 496, Apr 1846, John Gibson Lockhart, prob., Lockhart was experimenting with rhymed hexameters in his translations of the Iliad. [verse] (09/17)

    Bk, 2552, The Iliad of Homer -- Book the First, 610 - 620, May 1846, John Gibson Lockhart, Signed N.N.T. See Gilbert Macbeth, "John Gibson Lockhart: a Critical Study," Illinois Studies in Language and Literature, XVII (1935): 215. [verse] (09/17)

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