Foreign Quarterly Review

The following are additions and corrections to the general introduction and attribution listing for The Foreign Quarterly Review in the  Wellesley Index,  Volume II, pages 129-172.


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

    FQR, 158, Mythology and religion of ancient Greece, 33 - 52, Jan 1831, George Henry Lewes, See 193a for note. [review] (08/06)

    FQR, 193, The Low-German language and literature, 215 - 225, Jul 1831, Thomas Collins Banfield, Correct mistranscription; Macray gives ‘Dr. Thos. Banfield.’ [review] (12/07)

    FQR, 193a, Notice to correspondents. Mr. Thomas Taylor and Professor Lobeck, 225 - 227, Jul 1831, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Macray. See #158, to which this is an addendum. [review] (08/06)

    FQR, 256, Murat’s Sketch of the United States, 1 - 29, Jan 1833, William Mark, prob., Wellesley 3: 986 rejects Macray’s identification of the author as ‘--- Mark Esq.,’ however, Macray, the sub-editor, left a record that so far has consistently been supported by reliable evidence. [review] (08/06)

    FQR, 355, Rae’s New Principles of Political Economy, in Refutation of Adam Smith, 241 - 266, Jul 1835, Unknown, The Wellesley attribution to John Pringle Nichol is based on a misreading of a letter. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 290. [review]

    FQR, 416, Ancient Persian poetry, 119 - 159, Oct 1836, Benjamin Edward Pote, Although the evidence for the attribution is circumstantial, there is enough to justify removing “prob.” [review] (06/04)

    FQR, 464, [Critical sketches], Meyen, Botanical Geography, 201 - 206, Oct 1836, Hannibal Evans Lloyd, possib., A letter from FQR’s editor, 11 May 1837, to an unidentified recipient (apparently in Hamburg), accepts this article but postpones decision on reviews of books by Förster and Hurter. Lloyd lived in Hamburg had reviewed an earlier work by Förster, FQR #368. [review] (06/04)

    FQR, 549, Industrial and moral state of Belgium, 75 - 89, Oct 1839, Thomas Colley Grattan, In 1838-39 Grattan wrote a book on Belgium for the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, which rejected it, returning the ms. to Grattan on 6 July 1839. Their readers’ reports seem to describe this article. [review] (06/04)

    FQR, 551, The opium trade with China, 106 - 138, Oct 1839, Charles Toogood Downing, Claimed in RLF application, 12 Feb. 1865. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 34 (2001), 346. [review]

    FQR, 572, The two parts of Goethe’s Faust, 90 - 113, Apr 1840, Unknown, Delete John Stuart Blackie (added in 4:788). Wellesley gave this article to Blackie solely on the basis of two references to FQR #410, by Blackie—but these references never imply common authorship. [review] (12/04)

    FQR, 732, Habits and superstitions of the Bretons, 347 - 375, Jul 1843, Robert Bell (1800-1867), Claimed by Bell in contact with Bentley on 3 July 1848. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991), 148. [review]

    FQR, 748, Death and dying in France, 76 - 89, Oct 1843, William Makepeace Thackeray, A Thackeray letter dated 3 Aug 1843 effectively claims this essay. Harden, Thackeray Suppl. Letters 1:132; Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 290. [review]

    FQR, 749, The English on the Continent, 90 - 106, Oct 1843, Robert Bell (1800-1867), Claimed by Bell in contact with Bentley on 3 July 1848. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991), 148. [review]

    FQR, 779, Popular poetry of the Bretons, 153 - 180, Apr 1844, Robert Bell (1800-1867), prob., Authorship seems to be common with # FQR 732. [review]

    FQR, 804, English opinions on Germany, 148 - 164, Oct 1844, Robert Bell (1800-1867), Internal similarities with # FQR 749 strongly suggest Bell as the author. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 23 (1991), 148. [review]

    FQR, 826, The history of British India, 34 - 55, Apr 1845, Philip Meadows Taylor (1808-1876), possib., Taylor, who had previously written articles on India for B&FR, was asked to write for the FQR in December of 1844. [review] (06/04)

    FQR, 837, Foreign Correspondence, 259 - 260, Apr 1845, Count Cesare Balbo, Signed. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 26 (1993), 189. [review]

    FQR, 842, Railways in India, 382 - 409, Jul 1845, Philip Meadows Taylor (1808-1876), possib., Taylor, who had previously written articles on India for B&FR, was asked to write for the FQR in December of 1844. [review] (06/04)

    FQR, 866, Indian railways and the Indian press, 306 - 323, Jan 1846, Philip Meadows Taylor (1808-1876), possib., Taylor, who had previously written articles on India for B&FR, was asked to write for the FQR in December of 1844. Meadows held various positions in India between 1824 and 1853. [review] (06/04)

    FQR, 881, Bunsen on the future conditions of the Church, 50 - 63, Apr 1846, Georg Stovin Venables, Venables submitted a review of Bunsen's book, and payment records suggest he was paid for it. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 26 (1993), 189. [review]

Download as CSV Results per page