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The following are additions and corrections to the general introduction and attribution listing for Temple Bar in the  Wellesley Index,  Volume III, pages 386-505.
 
Intro., p.389, Editors: Edmund Yates: Delete ‘or October’ as terminal date of his editorship (and adjust n.16 accordingly). On 30 June 1867 he was paid for editing Temple Bar for the next quarter, July through September; there is no record of further payment for editing the magazine. Bentley Archives 2/62. Fn.15 misquotes Yates. See Eileen M. Curran, VPR 36 (2003), 359.[4/05]


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    Tbar, 7, Notes on circumstantial evidence, 91 - 98, Dec 1860, Wiltshire Stanton Austin, Claimed in RLF application. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 34 (2001), 348.

    Tbar, 13, Pantomimes, 181 - 187, Jan 1861, Charles Lamb Kenney, Claimed in RLF application. Eileen M. Curran, VPR (34), 2001.

    Tbar, 35, Daughters of Eve, 483 - 495, Mar 1861, Charles Lamb Kenney, Add to evidence in Wellesley: claimed in RLF application. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 34 (2001), 349.

    Tbar, 50, Some curious cases, 131 - 140, Apr 1861, Wiltshire Stanton Austin, See additional evidence; Eileen M. Curran, VPR 34 (2001), 349.

    Tbar, 57, Daughters of Eve (No. II), 242 - 253, May 1861, Charles Lamb Kenney, Add to evidence in Wellesley: claimed in RLF application. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 34 (2001), 349.

    Tbar, 91, Daughters of Eve (No. III), 200 - 214, Nov 1861, Charles Lamb Kenney, Add to evidence in Wellesley: claimed in RLF application. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 34 (2001), 349.

    Tbar, 125, Daughters of Eve (No. IV), 85 - 108, Dec 1861, Charles Lamb Kenney, Add to evidence in Wellesley: claimed in RLF application. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 34 (2001), 349.

    Tbar, 186, Daughters of Eve (No. V), 414 - 429, May 1862, Charles Lamb Kenney, Add to evidence in Wellesley: claimed in RLF application. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 34 (2001), 349.

    Tbar, 310, Daughters of Eve (No. VI, concl.), 415 - 428, Jun 1863, Charles Lamb Kenney, Add to evidence in Wellesley: claimed in RLF application. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 34 (2001), 349.

    Tbar, 343, Dining for the million, 290 - 297, 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)

    Tbar, 363, Comic literature, 590 - 599, Nov 1863, Andrew Halliday, Andrew Halliday. Identified in Henry Silver’s ms. diary of Punch table-talk (British Library), entry for 4 Nov. 1863 (information provided by Patrick Leary). (06/04)

    Tbar, 474, Tripping it lightly, 584 - 599, Nov 1864, Joseph Charles Parkinson, Attributed in William Fraser Rae, The Business of Travel, A Fifty Years' Record of Progress (London: Thomas Cook and Son, 1891): 62. Robert A. Colby, VPR 29 (1996), 287. (03/15)

    Tbar, 426, Gandler’s annuity, 447 - 453, Jun 1864, Andrew Halliday, Signed A. H. Delete “Unidentified” and “Perhaps.” The identification of Halliday as a contributor in the preceding year (#363 above) encourages the equation of A.H. and Halliday. (06/04)

    Tbar, 492, The Playhouse of Spenchey, 258 - 263, Jan 1865, Frederick Smallfield, Claimed by F. Smallfield in letter dated 12 July 1876: “It is about ten years ago that a short article of mine called ‘The Play-house of Spenchey’ found favour with the then editor of ‘Temple Bar’ and a place in its pages” (Bentley Corresp., Univ. Ill.). (12/04)

    Tbar, 614, “It fell upon a day", 395 - 405, Feb 1866, R.A. Kempt, Conclusive evidence, better than parallels in wording: Kempt was paid 5 gns. for this article (Bentley Receipts 2:15). (06/04)

    Tbar, 623, A true Bohemian, 551 - 557, Mar 1866, James Bowker, Delete the question mark. Bowker was paid £3.10/ for this (Bentley Receipts 2:15). (06/04)

    Tbar, 745, Passing notes on our neighbours, 179 - 183, May 1867, Rev. Francis William Tremlett, Delete “prob.” Bentley Archives 2/107, accounts page headed “Anonymous Authors,” includes this article; same hand adds “(Tremlett).” (06/04)

    Tbar, 889, Six years in the prisons of England (chaps. i-iv), 321 - 340, Oct 1868, Frank Henderson, Unknown, Bentley claimed that these articles were by a merchant using the pseudonym James Fairweather (known only as such to Bentley) and edited by Frank Henderson. (06/04)

    Tbar, 902, Six years in the prisons of England (chaps. v-vii), 524 - 539, Nov 1868, Frank Henderson, Unknown, Bentley claimed that these articles were by a merchant using the pseudonym James Fairweather (known only as such to Bentley) and edited by Frank Henderson. (06/04)

    Tbar, 909, Six years in the prisons of England (chaps. viii-ix), 68 - 80, Dec 1868, Frank Henderson, Unknown, Bentley claimed that these articles were by a merchant using the pseudonym James Fairweather (known only as such to Bentley) and edited by Frank Henderson. (06/04)

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