National Review, 1883-1900

The following are additions and corrections to the general introduction and attribution listing for National Review 1883-1900 in the  Wellesley Index,  Volume II, pages 529-607.


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

    NR-II, 279, Women’s Suffrage: a reply, 60 - 70, Mar 1885, Philip Vernon Smith, Edith Frances (Stoddart) Smith, prob., Signed Philip Vernon Smith. However, a letter from Francis Power Cobbe quotes the editor as having an article on this subject in type from Mrs. Vernon Smith, i.e. Edith Stoddart Smith. Robert Colby, VPR 36 (2003), 91-92. [review]

    NR-II, 1193, The philosophy of clubs (No. 2), 393 - 402, May 1828, Unknown, Possibly a puff for The Clubs of London; possibly written by the author of The clubs of St. James (#1018). Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 293. [review]

    NR-II, 1207, The philosophy of clubs (No. 3), 497 - 504, Jun 1828, Unknown, Possibly a puff for The Clubs of London; possibly written by the author of The clubs of St. James (#1018). Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 293. [review]

    NR-II, 1250, The philosophy of clubs (No. 4), 247 - 254, Sep 1828, Unknown, Possibly a puff for The Clubs of London (which it paraphrases); possibly written by the author of The clubs of St. James (#1018). Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 293. [review]

    NR-II, 1273, The philosophy of clubs (No. 5), 428 - 435, Nov 1828, Unknown, Possibly a puff for The Clubs of London (which it paraphrases); possibly written by the author of The clubs of St. James (#1018). Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 293. [review]

    NR-II, 1773, Political conveniences; or, The results of the Reform Bill: a dialogue, 241 - 248, Mar 1832, Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton, possib., Sadlier suggests Bulwer as author; Wellesley does not comment on this possible attribution. [review]

    NR-II, Turf Reminiscences -- No. I, 511 - 514, Nov 1, 1862, Unknown, Signed S.W. [review] (06/17)

Download as CSV Results per page