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Bk, Letter from Hamburgh, 67 - 73, Volume 11, Jan 1822, Nikolaus Heinrich Julius, possib., Strout suggests Alexander Blair, but he wasn't in Hamburgh. Julius wrote Blackwood from Hamburgh in 1825, suggesting he had previously sent contributions. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 29 (1996), 302.
ForR, 15, State of Medicine in Germany, 328 - 329, Volume 1, Jan 1828, Nikolaus Heinrich Julius, On 29 Nov. 1827 Thomas Carlyle wrote that Julius was engaged for work of this type. The writer is clearly German, and clearly an M.D. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991): 119-136. [review]
ForR, 61, Short Reviews, 505 - 535, Volume 2, Nov 1828, Nikolaus Heinrich Julius, Samuel Fleming, William Henry Leeds, prob., Pgs 505-509 by Julius (prob.); pgs 518-520 by Fleming (prob.); 520-22 by Leeds (prob.) Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991): 119-136. [review]