British Quarterly Review

The following are additions and corrections to the general introduction and attribution listing for The British Quarterly Review in the Wellesley Index,  Volume IV, pages 114-117.


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    BQR, 787, Taxation and Expenditure: Peto and Northcote, 293 - 300, Apr 1863, Sir Robert Harry Inglis Palgrave, Listed under COLL MISC 0448/1 for Palgrave in the archives of the London School of Economics Library. [review] (09/17)

    BQR, 811, Fawcett's Manual of Political Economy, 322 - 343, Oct 1863, Sir Robert Harry Inglis Palgrave, Listed under COLL MISC 0448/1 for Palgrave in the archives of the London School of Economics Library. [review] (09/17)

    BQR, 833, Mr. Gladstone's Financial Statements, 291 - 310, Apr 1864, Sir Robert Harry Inglis Palgrave, Listed under COLL MISC 0448/1 for Palgrave in the archives of the London School of Economics Library. [review] (09/17)

    BQR, 895, Recent Parliamentary Proceedings, 157 - 177, Jul 1865, Sir Robert Harry Inglis Palgrave, Listed under COLL MISC 0448/1 for Palgrave in the archives of the London School of Economics Library. [review] (09/17)

    BQR, The Free Church of Scotland: a quarter of a century of disestablishment, 102 - 145, Jan 1870, Alexander Taylor Innes, possib., Richard Marsden debunks Wellesley's attribution to Cosmo Innes in Cosmo Innes and the Defence of Scotland's Past (Farnham: Ashgate, 2014), but "Innes" is the author's last name. Alexander Taylor Innes also wrote for the BQR and was active in the 1870s. [review] (12/15)

    BQR, 1084, Report from the Royal Commission on International Coinage, 26 - 44, Jan 1871, Sir Robert Harry Inglis Palgrave, Listed under COLL MISC 0448/1 for Palgrave in the archives of the London School of Economics Library. [review] (09/17)

    BQR, Early Sufferings of the Free Church of Scotland, 335 - 358, Oct 1871, Alexander Taylor Innes, possib., Richard Marsden debunks Wellesley's attribution to Cosmo Innes in Cosmo Innes and the Defence of Scotland's Past (Farnham: Ashgate, 2014), but "Innes" is the author's last name. Alexander Taylor Innes also wrote for the BQR and was active in the 1870s. [review] (12/15)

    BQR, An Ecclesiastical Tournament in Edinburgh, 125 - 145, Jul 1872, Alexander Taylor Innes, possib., Richard Marsden debunks Wellesley's attribution to Cosmo Innes in Cosmo Innes and the Defence of Scotland's Past (Farnham: Ashgate, 2014), but "Innes" is the author's last name. Alexander Taylor Innes also wrote for the BQR and was active in the 1870s. [review] (12/15)

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