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June 1, 1878, pp. 850-866.

5. " Improvisatore Sgricciin Relation to Shelley," by H.Buxton Fornian,
in The Gentleman's Magazine, January, 1880, pp. 115-123.

6. " Shelley's Life near Spezzia, his Death and Burials," by H. Buxton
Forman, in Mactn Man's Magazine, No. 247, May, 1880, pp. 43-58.

7. " Shelley and Mary," in The Edinburgh Review, No. 320, October,
1882, pp. 472-507.

Series III. Section 2. — Contemporary Criticisms of Shelley
and his Works.

1. Review of "Zastrozzi'-" in The Critical Review; November, 1810,

vol. xxi. 3rd series, 1811.

2. „ "St. Irvyne" in The British Critic, January, 1811.

3. ,, "Poems by Victor and Cazire"in The Poetical Register,

vol. viii., 1810-11, p. 617.

4. „ " Poems by Victor and Cazire" in The British Critic, April,

1811, vol. xxxvii. p. 408.

5. „ "Queen Mab " in The Theological Inquirer, 1815.

6. „ Poems in The Mirror, 1819.

7. „ " Alastor" in BlackivoooVs Magazine, November, 1819.

8. „ "Laon and Cythna," "The Revolt of Islam" in The

Quarterly, No. xlii., September, 1819, pp. 460-471 (and
"Rosalind and Helen," p. 470).

9. „ "Rosalind and Helen," and "Alastor" in Blaclcwood's

Magazine, June and Nov., 1819; and " Adonais," in
Dec, 1821.

10. „ " The Cenci " in The Literary Gazette, No. 167, April 1,

1820, pp. 209-210.

11. „ "Prometheus Unbound" in The Literary Gazette, No.

190, September 9, 1820, pp. 580-582.

12. „ "The Cenci" in The New Monthly Magazine, May, 1820.

13. „ "The Cenci " in The London Magazine, No. 5, May, 1820.

14. " The Honeycomb" No. 9. Saturday, August 12, 1820. " Portraits
of the Metropolitan Poets," No. iii. Mr. Percy Bysshe Shelley, pp. 65-71

15. Review of " Queen Mab" in The Literary Gazette, No. 226, May 19

1821, pp. 305-308.

16. „ " Epipsychidion," in The Gossip, June, 1821.

17. „ "Adonais" in The Literary Gazette, December 8, 1821,

pp. 772-773.

18. „ " Prometheus Unbound " in The Quarterly, No. xli.,

December, 1821, pp. 168-180.

19. Leiirh Hunt's ' Reviews ' in The Examiner.


Series III. Section 3.

The most important critical articles — not necessarily excluding reviews —
which have been contributed to later periodicals.

1. "The Life and Poetry of Shelley," by David Masson, in Macmillan's
Magazine, June, 1860, pp. 338-350.

2. "The Poems of Shelley," in The North British Review, No. cv.,
October, 1870, pp. 30-58.

3. " Shelley s Metaphysics," by A. Corderv, in the Dark Blue, June, 1872,
pp. 478-488.

4. " Shelley's 'Prometheus Unbound,' " by Arthur Clive, in The Gentle-
man's Magazine, No. lxxi., April, 1874, pp. 421-437.

5. Mr. W. M. Rossetti'fi two Lectures on Shelley, in the Dublin
University Magazine, February and March, 1878, pp. 138-155, 262-277.

6. "Some Thoughts on Shellev," by Stopford A. Brooke, in Macmillan's
Magazine, No. 248, June, 1880, pp. 124-135.

7. '-The Prometheus of jEschylus and of Shelley," by the Rev. W. A.
O'Conor, B.A., in The Manchester Quart, rig, No. i., January, 1882, pp. 29-45.

8. "Shelley as a Teacher," by H. S. Salt, in Temple Bar, ISo. 264,
November, 1882, pp. 365-377.

9. "A Note on Shelley," by James Thomson (B.V.) in Progress, vol. iii.,
No. 2, February, 1884, pp. 113-117.

10. "Some Early Writings of Shelley," by Professor Dowden, in The
Contemporary Review, September, 1884, pp. 383-396.

Series IV. Miscellaneous.

1. " A Shelley Bibliography." Part I. Edited by H. Buxton Forman.
[Now ready']. (Of this work, published by Reeves and Turner, the Shelley
Society will issue a copy to each of its Members.)

2. " The Cenci " : a cheap edition for the Society's performance of the
Tragedy in May, 1886, with an Introduction by H. Buxton Forman, and
Notes by Alfred Forman.

3. "A Shelley Primer." (Messrs. Reeves and Turner, 196, Strand,
W.C., will publish this, probably in 1886, and the Society will take a copy
for each of its Members.)

4. Extracts from books relating to Shelley, compiled under the super-
intendence of H. Buxton Forman.

5. "Shelley's Autobiography." A collection of all passages by Shelley
relating to himself and his works, with annotations by Wm. Michael Rossetti.

6. "A Concordance to Shelley's Poetical Works," and "a General and
Subject Index to his Prose Works and Letters." Mrs. H. Buxton Forman
has kindly placed her material for the former portion of this work at the
Society's disposal. Mr. F. S. Ellis has been good enough to undertake the
editorship of it. The Committee ask for volunteer help in both portions.
Specimens will be ready soon. Offers of help for the Concordance are to be
sent to Mr. F. S. Ellis, The Red House, Chelston, Torquay, and for the
Index to H. B. Forman,- 46, Marlborough Hill, St. John's Wood, London,



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Bangs, Lemuel W., 188, Fleet Street, London, E.C.
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Beaumont, Hubert, 144, Piccadilly, London, W.
Bell, Rev. Canon, D.D., Cheltenham.

Bell, Matthew, Temple "Works, Cursitor Street, London, E.C.
Bennett, W. P.. 3, Bull Street, Birmingham.
Berdoe, E., Tynemouth House, Victoria Park Gate, London, E.
Best, John Vincent, 42, Lansdowne Gardens, South Lambeth, S.W.
Blind, Miss Mathilde, 10, Pembroke Square, Kensington, W.
Bradley, Miss Emily T., Deanery, Westminster.
Britton, John James, Heath House, Alcester, Warwickshire.
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Muir, Wm., 9, Angel Place, Edmonton, London, N.
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Payne, John, 5, Lansdowne Place, Brunswick Square, W.C.
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