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    Bk, 1062a, Ismene and Leander. In Three Ballads (From the German of Holty), 881 - 883, Jun 1832, John Stuart Blackie, Strout attributes this to Blackie. [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 1364c, The Jungrau of the Lurlie (A Legend of the Rhine), 536 - 537, Mar 1835, John Stuart Blackie, Signed X. Reprinted in John Stuart Blackie, Lyrical Poems (1860). [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 1418b, The Cranes of Ibycus. A Ballad from Schiller, 302 - 303, Sep 1835, John Stuart Blackie, Strout attributes this to Blackie. [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 1445a, The Flight With the Dragon. A Romance from Schiller, 649 - 652, Nov 1835, John Stuart Blackie, Strout attributes this to Blackie. [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 1493a, The Dying Flower. By Frederick Ruckert, 594 - 594, May 1836, John Stuart Blackie, Reprinted and credited to Professor Blackie in H. E. Goldschmidt, ed., German Poetry: With the English Versions of the Best Translators (1869). [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 2367b, Martin Luther. An Ode, 80 - 82, Jul 1844, John Stuart Blackie, Reprinted in John Stuart Blackie, Lays and Legends of Ancient Greece with other Poems (1857). [verse] (09/17)

    Bk, 3099a, Farewell to the Rhine, 366 - 368, Mar 1852, John Stuart Blackie, Signed J.S.B., Fahrgasse Bonn, August 1851. Strout Library. [verse] (09/17)

    Bk, 3277a, The Song of Metrodorus, 367 - 368, Mar 1854, John Stuart Blackie, Reprinted in John Stuart Blackie, Lays and Legends of Ancient Greece with Other Poems (1857). [verse] (09/17)

    Bk, 3290a, Marathon, 568 - 571, May 1854, John Stuart Blackie, Signed J.S.B. [verse] (09/17)

    Bk, 3307d, The Words of Schamyl, the Prophet, 95 - 97, Jul 1854, John Stuart Blackie, Signed J.S.B. [verse] (09/17)

    Bk, 3316a, Bellerophon, 256 - 267, Sep 1854, John Stuart Blackie, Signed J.S.B. [verse] (09/17)

    Tait, 1227, Robert Owen and socialism, 545 - 553, Sep 1840, John Stuart Blackie, Correct misprint in Wellesley; the author is John Stuart Blackie, not Balckle.

    Tait, 1691, The politics of the New Testament, 749 - 756, Dec 1844, John Stuart Blackie, possib., Although the argument for "individual judgment, against . . .ecclesiastical authority" (p. 752) is similar to Blackie's expressions in no. 1286, p. 208, a Barrows analysis questions this attribution. See Tait 272. (03/14)

    Tait, 1769, The Works of De La Motte Fouqué, 520 - 530, Aug 1845, John Stuart Blackie, possib., This already tenuous attribution has been further challenged by a Burrows analysis; see Tait 272. (03/14)

    Tait, 1811, Mr. Carlyle’s Oliver Cromwell Letters and Speeches, 38 - 50, Jan 1846, John Stuart Blackie, possib., Although Blackie reviewed Carlyle in no. 1522 and, in no. 1768, Richter, who is mentioned here (p. 38), a Burrows analysis questions the authorship of this article. See Tait 272. (03/14)

    Tait, 1907, The Rev. Dr Lindsay Alexander’s Switzerland and the Swiss Churches, 729 - 736, Nov 1846, John Stuart Blackie, possib., Although the author, takes a learned but wry approach passim to "modern [evangelical] itinerancy" (p. 729); and although the article is comparable in tone and style to nos. 1657 and 2480, a Burrows analysis questions the authorship. See Tait 272. (03/14)

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