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    QR, 641, Lord Wellesley’s Poems, 527 - 537, Mar 1840, John Wilson Croker, Abraham Hayward, Wellesley 1 gives to Croker only and Wellesley 4 Corr. gives to Hayward only. Jonathan Cutmore, VPR 27 (1994), 321. [review]

    SatR, Essays on the Drama [W. B.Donne], 453 - 454, May 1, 1858, Abraham Hayward, prob., Bevington notes that the author of this article claimed to have seen John Kemble; Hayward is the most likely fit. [review] (07/18)

    SatR, Kinglake's Invasion of the Crimea, 82 - 84, Jan 17, 1863, Abraham Hayward, possib., Bevington argues that the several 1863 SR articles on Kinglake's Invasion of the Crimea "may well be" by Hayward given that the are seemingly connected with a pamphlet "Mr. Kinglake and the Quarterlies" that Hayward had privately printed. [review] (12/18)

    SatR, Kinglake's Invasion of the Crimea (Second Notice), 113 - 115, Jan 24, 1863, Abraham Hayward, possib., Bevington argues that the several 1863 SR articles on Kinglake's Invasion of the Crimea "may well be" by Hayward given that the are seemingly connected with a pamphlet "Mr. Kinglake and the Quarterlies" that Hayward had privately printed. [review] (12/18)

    SatR, Kinglake's Invasion of the Crimea (Third Notice), 147 - 149, Jan 24, 1863, Abraham Hayward, possib., Bevington argues that the several 1863 SR articles on Kinglake's Invasion of the Crimea "may well be" by Hayward given that the are seemingly connected with a pamphlet "Mr. Kinglake and the Quarterlies" that Hayward had privately printed. [review] (12/18)

    SatR, Lord Lansdowne, 167 - 169, Feb 7, 1863, Abraham Hayward, As noted by Bevington, this article was reprinted in Hayward's Selected Essays. (07/18)

    SatR, Kinglake's Invasion of the Crimea (Concluding Notice), 177 - 179, Feb 7, 1863, Abraham Hayward, possib., Bevington argues that the several 1863 SR articles on Kinglake's Invasion of the Crimea "may well be" by Hayward given that the are seemingly connected with a pamphlet "Mr. Kinglake and the Quarterlies" that Hayward had privately printed. [review] (12/18)

    SatR, Mr. Kinglake's Historical Accuracy, 332 - 333, Mar 14, 1863, Abraham Hayward, possib., Bevington argues that the several 1863 SR articles on Kinglake's Invasion of the Crimea "may well be" by Hayward given that the are seemingly connected with a pamphlet "Mr. Kinglake and the Quarterlies" that Hayward had privately printed. (12/18)

    SatR, Mr. Kinglake's Historical Accuracy, 399, Mar 28, 1863, Abraham Hayward, possib., Bevington argues that the several 1863 SR articles on Kinglake's Invasion of the Crimea "may well be" by Hayward given that the are seemingly connected with a pamphlet "Mr. Kinglake and the Quarterlies" that Hayward had privately printed. (12/18)

    SatR, Mr. Kinglake's History, 436 - 437, Apr 4, 1863, Abraham Hayward, possib., Bevington argues that the several 1863 SR articles on Kinglake's Invasion of the Crimea "may well be" by Hayward given that the are seemingly connected with a pamphlet "Mr. Kinglake and the Quarterlies" that Hayward had privately printed. (12/18)

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