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    Tait, 229, The two great northern universities [King’s and Marischal Colleges at Aberdeen], 182 - 191, May 1833, John Hill Burton, Attrib. by William Keith Leask in his introduction to Neil N. MacLean, Life at a Northern University, 4th ed. (Aberdeen 1917), xvi n. [citation kindly provided by Stuart Wallace]. (12/04)

    Tait, 272, Pitcairn’s Criminal Trials, 511 - 525, Jul 1833, John Hill Burton, possib., Although on p. 521 the author states that "we shall afterwards advert" to Scottish witch trials in a separate art., possibly referring to no. 657, Alexis Antonia and Ellen Jordan, Authorship 1.1 (Fall 2011)., question this attribution. (03/14)

    Tait, 431, On a criticism of Niebuhr, 188 - 189, Apr 1834, John Hill Burton, prob., Wellesley's attribution to John Stuart Blackie should be replaced by: John Hill Burton, prob. A year earlier, Burton had contributed #229; see above. The first article that can safely be attributed to Blackie, #803.

    Tait, 489, Tytler's History of Scotland [Vol. V], 521 - 527, Sep 1834, John Hill Burton, possib., Although the writer shows professional concern for Scottish historiography, and Burton later wrote a history of Scotland, a Burrows analysis questions this attribution. See Tait 272. (03/14)

    Tait, 901, Tytler's History of Scotland [Vol. VI], 769 - 780, Dec 1837, John Hill Burton, possib., Although the writer shows professional concern for Scottish historiography, and Burton later wrote a history of Scotland, a Burrows analysis questions this attribution. See Tait 272. (03/14)

    Tait, 1705, The Life and Rebellion of the Duke of Monmouth, 50 - 60, Jan 1845, John Hill Burton, possib., Although most of the same details of "Monmouth's rebellion" are presented in J. H. Burton, History of Scotland (1873), VII, 258-260, a Burrows analysis questions the authorship of this article. See Tait 272. (03/14)

    Tait, 1782, Monastic studies, jests, and eccentricities, 620 - 628, Oct 1845, John Hill Burton, possib., Although the reflective opening here is comparable to Burton's in no. 1609, and Burton wrote many articles on church history, a Burrows analysis questions the authorship of this article. See Tait 272. (03/14)

    Tait, 1899, M'Cullagh's Industrial History of Free Nations, 661 - 668, Oct 1846, John Hill Burton, Although the critical perspective is that of an historian interested in political economy (p. 661), a Burrows analysis questions the authorship of this article. See Tait 272. (03/14)

    WR, 519, Robert Pitcairn’s Criminal Trials in Scotland, 332 - 360, Oct 1833, John Hill Burton, Burton wrote a letter to his mother dated 24 July 1833: ‘You are aware that I have long delayed an article on Criminal Trials for the “Westminster Review.” [review] (04/05)

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