Filter By

1826
1831


Title Search



Hover over the periodical abbreviation or contributor name to see detailed information.

    Bk, 445, Speech of His Royal Highness the Duke of York in the House of Lords, 25th April, 1825, 625 - 626, May 1827, Frederick Augustus (Duke of York), Sir Herbert Taylor, James Browne (1793-1841), Transcribed and provided by Sir H[erbert] Taylor and Mr. [James?] Browne. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 29 (1996), 291.

    ER, 1162, Hieroglyphics, 528 - 539, Dec 1826, James Browne (1793-1841), Francis Jeffrey, Browne republished this work under his own name in 1827. However, in FQR #94, 4:445n, Browne disavowed pages 103-111, which resemble Jeffrey’s slashingly dismissive style. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991), 148. [review]

    ER, 1333, Sir D. Sandford’s translation of Thiersch’s Greek Grammar, 472 - 477, Jan 1831, James Browne (1793-1841), Delete WI’s ‘correction,’ 4:786, of their original attribution (1:474), which added C. J. Blomfield as a ‘collaborator.’ Thanks to Dr. Christopher Stray for questioning Wellesley’s contention. [review] (12/07)

    ForR, 71, Memoirs of Vidcoq and Collet, 181 - 190, Jan 1829, James Browne (1793-1841), prob., Fraser's list of contributors for this issue shows "J Browne 21 London St." Browne would appear to be a fit for this article. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991): 119-136. [review]

Download as CSV Results per page