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    BentM, 96a, My Uncle, 175 - 175, Aug 1837, George Daniel, possib., Daniel often writes of an uncle. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 32 (1999): 108. [verse] (12/15)

    BentM, 123a, Petrarch in London, 494 - 494, Nov 1837, George Daniel, possib., This is similar in content and form to other work by Daniel. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 32 (1999): 109. [verse] (12/15)

    BentM, 124a, Martial in Town: The servant out of livery, 507 - 507, Nov 1837, George Daniel, possib., This is similar in content and form to other work by Daniel. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 32 (1999): 109. [verse] (12/15)

    BentM, 136a, Song of the modern time, 594 - 594, Dec 1837, George Daniel, possib., This is similar in content and form to other work by Daniel. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 32 (1999): 110. [verse] (12/15)

    BentM, 187a, Nutmegs for Nightingales! (No. I. Sheridan Knowles; II. Hours There are to Memory Dearer; III That Roman Nose; IV Tell Me, Gentle Laura, Why), 463 - 464, May 1838, George Daniel, Signed Dick Distich, Daniel's pseudonym. Sent to Bentley's in a letter dated April 10, 1838. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 32 (1999): 111-12. [verse] (12/15)

    BentM, 250a, Nutmegs for Nightingales (V. Waterloo; VI I Met Her in the Omnibus), 457 - 458, Nov 1838, George Daniel, Signed Dick Distich, Daniel's pseudonym. Author further identified in an a libel action. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 32 (1999): 114. [verse] (12/15)

    BentM, 1070a, Lines on the Death of Laman Blanchard, 443 - 443, May 1845, George Daniel, possib., Signed G.D. Blanchard was Daniel's friend. (George Dubourg also used the initials G.D.) Eileen M. Curran, VPR 32 (1999): 133. [verse] (12/15)

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