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    Eclectic, 3579, A Vacation in Brittany [by Charles Richard Weld], 599 - 613, Volume 104, Dec 1856, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), In RLF application #1759, 30 March 1868, Browne claimed that he had contributed to Eclectic from 1850 to 1858; in her application of 29 Oct. 1868 his widow identified 9 articles appearing 1856-1858, including this. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 302. [review] (08/06)

    Eclectic, 3609, Travels in Australasia, 426 - 435, Volume 105, Apr 1857, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), In RLF application #1759, 30 March 1868, Browne claimed that he had contributed to Eclectic from 1850 to 1858; in her application of 29 Oct. 1868 his widow identified 9 articles appearing 1856-1858, including this. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 302. [review] (08/06)

    Eclectic, 3653, Life in China, 263 - 271, Volume 106, Sep 1857, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), In RLF application #1759, 30 March 1868, Browne claimed that he had contributed to Eclectic from 1850 to 1858; in her application of 29 Oct. 1868 his widow identified 9 articles appearing 1856-1858, including this. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 302. [review] (08/06)

    Eclectic, 3674, Livingstone’s African travels, 505 - 524, Volume 106, Dec 1857, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), In RLF application #1759, 30 March 1868, Browne claimed that he had contributed to Eclectic from 1850 to 1858; in her application of 29 Oct. 1868 his widow identified 9 articles appearing 1856-1858, including this. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 302. [review] (08/06)

    Eclectic, 3691, Brazil and the Brazilians, 155 - 165, Volume 107, Feb 1858, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), In RLF application #1759, 30 March 1868, Browne claimed that he had contributed to Eclectic from 1850 to 1858; in her application of 29 Oct. 1868 his widow identified 9 articles appearing 1856-1858, including this. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 302. [review] (08/06)

    Eclectic, 3699, Montaigne the essayist, 243 - 253, Volume 107, Mar 1858, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), In RLF application #1759, 30 March 1868, Browne claimed that he had contributed to Eclectic from 1850 to 1858; in her application of 29 Oct. 1868 his widow identified 9 articles appearing 1856-1858, including this. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 302. [review] (08/06)

    Eclectic, 3737, Spain and the Spaniards, 47 - 54, Volume 108, Jul 1858, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), In RLF application #1759, 30 March 1868, Browne claimed that he had contributed to Eclectic from 1850 to 1858; in her application of 29 Oct. 1868 his widow identified 9 articles appearing 1856-1858, including this. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 302. [review] (08/06)

    Eclectic, 3753, Dr. Barth’s travels in Africa, 207 - 231, Volume 108, Sep 1858, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), In RLF application #1759, 30 March 1868, Browne claimed that he had contributed to Eclectic from 1850 to 1858; in her application of 29 Oct. 1868 his widow identified 9 articles appearing 1856-1858, including this. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 303. [review] (08/06)

    Eclectic, 3781, Fiji and the Fijians, 520 - 535, Volume 108, Dec 1858, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), In RLF application #1759, 30 March 1868, Browne claimed that he had contributed to Eclectic from 1850 to 1858; in her application of 29 Oct. 1868 his widow identified 9 articles appearing 1856-1858, including this. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 303. [review] (08/06)

    HW, Two French Farmers [father and son], 105 - 118, Volume 10, Mar 3, 1855, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), The person Lohrli identified as "Brown, Paris" is Charles Thomas Browne, 1825-1868. In his RLF application of 30 March 1868, he claimed the two articles Lohrli cites under Brown or Browne of Paris. (12/07)

    HW, Much Ado about Nothing [story], 422 - 427, Volume 12, Dec 1, 1855, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), The person Lohrli identified as "Brown, Paris" is Charles Thomas Browne, 1825-1868. In his RLF application of 30 March 1868, he claimed the two articles Lohrli cites under Brown or Browne of Paris. (12/07)

    OAW, A Day at Selbourne, 25 - 28, Volume 8, Dec 27, 1862, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), Signed C.T.B. Listed in Account Book under Charles T. Browne. (06/17) £03.03s.00d

    OAW, Our Raw Recruits, 244 - 247, Volume 8, Feb 21, 1863, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), Listed in Account Book under Charles T. Browne. (06/17) £03.03s.00d

    OAW, Working Men's Clubs, 581 - 583, Volume 8, May 16, 1863, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), Listed in Account Book under Charles T. Browne. (06/17) £02.02s.00d

    OAW, City Dwellings and City Gardens, 67 - 70, Volume 9, Jul 11, 1863, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), Signed C.T. Browne. Listed in Account Book under Charles T. Browne. (06/17) £03.03s.00d

    OAW, Four and Twenty Hours in a Newspaper Office, 369 - 373, Volume 9, Sep 26, 1863, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), Signed Harold King. Listed in Account Book under Charles T. Browne. (06/17) £04.04s.00d

    OAW, Four-and-Twenty Hours in a Newspaper Office. Part II, 178 - 182, Volume 10, Feb 6, 1864, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), Signed Harold King. Listed in Account Book under Charles T. Browne. (06/17) £03.00s.00d

    OAW, An Ice Cavern in the Justisthal, 639 - 643, Volume 11, Nov 26, 1864, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), Signed Harold King. Listed in Account Book under Charles T. Browne. (06/17) £03.00s.00d

    Tbar, 343, Dining for the million, 290 - 297, Volume 9, Sep 1863, Charles Thomas Browne (1825-1868), Signed Harold King. In his application for RLF aid (case 1759), 30 March 1868, Browne said that in the last few years he had adopted this nom de plume and intended to continue using it. (12/04)

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