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The Griffin (1820) and Other Works
A Description of the Valley of Chamouni, in Savoy
The Works of Catherine Upton
Wordsworth's Guide to the Lakes
Verses Transcribed for H.T.
An Uninteresting Detail of a Journey to Rome
Fables Ancient and Modern by Edward Baldwin, Esq.
The Collected Letters of Robert Southey
Nobody: A Comedy in Two Acts
The Gipsy Prince
Robert Southey and Millenarianism
The Banks of Wye
Norse Romanticism: Themes in British Literature, 1760-1830
Thoughts in Prison
The Letters of Robert Bloomfield and His Circle
The Fall of Robespierre
New Letters from Charles Brown to Joseph Severn
The Brides' Tragedy
The Temple of Nature
British War Poetry in the Age of Romanticism 1793-1815
Wat Tyler, A Dramatic Poem
The Sceptic: A Hemans-Byron Dialogue
Wanderings of Cain
Sporting Sketches During a Short Stay in Hindustane
Presumption: or, the Fate of Frankenstein
A Rediscovered Letter by John Keats
L.E.L's Verses and The Keepsake for 1829
A Letter to the Women of England, on the Injustice of Mental Subordination
The Political House that Jack Built
The Last Man
The Devil's Walk
The Mortal Immortal
On The Medusa of Leonardo da Vinci in the Florentine Gallery
The History of the Jews, from Jesus Christ to the Present Time: Containing Their Antiquities, Their Religion, Their Rites, The Dispersion of the Ten Tribes in the East and the Persecutions this Nation has Suffer’d in the West. Being a Supplement and Continuation of the History of Josephus
. Trans. Tho. Taylor. London, 1708. Book VII, chapter ix. Of the false messiahs that appear’d in the East and West, in the Twelfth Century.
The Travels of Rabbi Benjamin, The Son of Jonas of Tudela, Through Europe, Asia, and Africa, From Spain to China, from the Year of our Lord 1160 to 1173.
From the Latin Versions of Benedict Arias Montanus, and Constantine L’Empereur, compared with other Translations into different Languages. In John Pinkerton.
A General Collection of the Most Interesting Voyages and Travels in All Parts of the World, Many of Which are Now First Translated into English. 1811.
Wondrous Tale of Alroy
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