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The English Review was published a high church quarterly published by Rivington and edited by William Palmer (of Worcester). It was intended as a replacement for the British Critic which Rivington considered had become too pro-tractarian. The following attributions cover the full run of the English Review, from 1844-1853.
 


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    EngR, The Knights Templars, 1 - 44, Apr 1844, Henry Annesley Woodham, A marked copy attributes this article to Woodham; other markings in this copy have proved to be reliable. See also the Church Quarterly Review, October 1884, p. 205, which asserts an article by Dr. Woodham appeared in this issue. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Dioceses of St. Asaph and Bangor, Additional Bishoprics, 44 - 105, Apr 1844, Henry Edward Manning, A marked copy shows Manning as author. Separately reprinted in 1844 by Gilbert & Rivington as by Henry Edward Manning. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, The Agamemnon of Aeschylus, 105 - 145, Apr 1844, William Sewell, A marked copy shows Sewell as author. Reprinted in part in the preface of William Sewell, The Agamemnon of Aeschylus (London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1846). [review] (06/17)

    EngR, German Writers on the English Church, 145 - 164, Apr 1844, George Edward Biber, prob., A marked copy shows Rev. Dr. Biber as author; other markings in this copy have proved to be reliable. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Lord John Russell's Translation of Dante's "Francesca da Rimini", 164 - 180, Apr 1844, William E. Gladstone, A marked copy shows Gladstone as author. See also Anne Isba, Gladstone and Dante: Victorian Statesman, Medieval Poet (2006). [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Dr. C. Wordsworth's Theophilus Anglicanus, 180 - 193, Apr 1844, Edward Churton, A marked copy shows Rev. Churton as author; other markings in this copy have proved to be reliable. See also the Church Quarterly Review, October 1884, p. 205, which asserts an article by Archdeacon Churton appeared in this issue. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, The Services of the Nemesis and the Chinese War, 194 - 215, Apr 1844, Captain John Washington, prob., A marked copy shows Capt. Washington as author or part author; other markings in this copy have been shown to be reliable. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Prichard's Natural History of Man, 271 - 304, Jul 1844, Charles Webb Le Bas, prob., A marked copy shows Rev. W. Le Bas as author; other markings in this copy have proved to be reliable. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Newman's Sermons, on Subjects of the Day, 305 - 335, Jul 1844, William Patrick Palmer (Palmer of Worcester), A marked copy shows Palmer as author; other markings in this copy have proved to be reliable. See also Peter Benedict Nockles, The Oxford Movement in Context (Cambridge UP, 1994): 300-1. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Ellen Middleton, a Tale; by Lady Georgina Fullerton, 336 - 361, Jul 1844, William E. Gladstone, A marked copy shows Gladstone as author; other markings in this copy have proved to be reliable. See also David Bebbington, The Mind of Gladstone (Oxford University Press, 2004): 81-82. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, The Dark Ages, 362 - 390, Jul 1844, Henry William Wilberforce, possib., A marked copy shows Wilberforce as the author; a hard to read first initial is included which may be an "H"; other attribution markings in this copy have proved to be reliable. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Progress of Education, 390 - 415, Jul 1844, William Gresley, prob., A marked copy shows Revd. W. Gresley as author; other markings in this copy have proved to be reliable. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Old English Chroniclers The Wars of the Roses, 415 - 454, Jul 1844, Henry Annesley Woodham, prob., A marked copy shows Woodham as author; other markings in this copy have proved to be reliable. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Romanism and Protestantism in Germany, 1 - 35, Oct 1844, George Edward Biber, prob., Attributed to Biber in Crockford's Clerical Directory, 1868: p 56. Also, a marked copy shows Biber as author; other markings in this copy have proved to be reliable. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Convocation, or a Synod?, 36 - 54, Oct 1844, Sir Robert Phillimore, prob., On July 17 1824 Palmer wrote to Gladstone regarding space in the Oct number for Phillimore's paper. This is the only unassigned paper for Oct; further, Robert Phillimore was later to write on the ability of convocations to serve as provincial synods. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Anglo-Catholicism, 55 - 87, Oct 1844, William Patrick Palmer (Palmer of Worcester), prob., A marked copy shows Palmer as author; other markings in this copy have proved to be reliable. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, The Court of Louis XV. / The Fall of the Jesuits, 88 - 131, Oct 1844, Henry Annesley Woodham, prob., A marked copy shows Woodham as author; other markings in this copy have proved to be reliable. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Ecclesiastical History of Scotland [A review of works by Thomas Stephen and John Parker Lawson], 132 - 136, Oct 1844, William E. Gladstone, A marked copy shows Gladstone as author. Gladstone's diary for Sep 14 states “wrote part of a short article on Stephen & Lawson’s histories”; on Sep 15 he "finished and corrected notice of Stephen & Lawson." [review] (06/17)

    EngR, The Missions of the Church, 137 - 178, Oct 1844, Henry Edward Manning, Separately reprinted in 1845 by Gilbert & Rivington as by Henry Edward Manning. A marked copy shows Manning as author; other markings in this copy have proved to be reliable. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Ward's Ideal of a Christian Church, 179 - 197, Oct 1844, John Jebb (1775-1833), prob., A marked copy shows Jebb as author; other markings in this copy have proved to be reliable. [review] (06/17)

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