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LNITIALS AND PSEUDONYMS:



DlOTIONABT OF LiTEEAEr DISGUISES



BY



WILLIAM GUSHING, B.A.,

PoE SOME Yeaks Assistant in the Harvard University Library; and

Compiler of an "Index to the North American Review"

AND AN "Index to the Christian Examiner."



Seconti Scries,



" Les revelations des miteurs anonymes el pseuclonymes sont non-seulemenz
piquantes pour les gens du monde, viais encore importantes pour Vhistorien lU-
teraire et le biographe ; ce sont la des mysteres des Uttcratttres que les erudites
out toujours cherche a decouvrir." — Quekard.

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NEW YORK:
THOMAS Y. CROAYELL & CO.,

!•'> AsTOK Place.

1888.



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Copyright by

THOMAS T. CROWELL & CO.

1888.









J. S. CcsHiNG & Co., Printers, Boston.



PREFACE.



THE favor accorded the First Series of " Initials and Pseudo-
nyms," both in this country and abroad, has been very grati-
fying to the compiler.

It is hoped that this supplementary volume, which contains 6500
initials and pseudonyms, answering to 4800 real names, will be
received with the same kind consideration.

Such a subject, constantly changing and growing, is practically
inexhaustible ; but sti'enuous care has been exercised in making the
work accurate and as complete as possible. For the kindly assist-
ance given by interested readers, the compiler desires to express
his thanks and his assurance that any corrections or supplementary

informaticjn will be gratefully received.

W. C.
January, 1888.



Seconb Series.



INITIALS AND PSEUDONYMS.



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Part I.



X



— — . Francis Jenks, 'in the " Christ.
Exam.," III., 379. B. 1826.

. John Edmund Eeade. Cain the

wanderer ; A vision of heaven ; Darkness,
and other poems. By ... L. 1829.

, . Edward Fitzgihbon. Mr,

Barnacles and his boat. L. n.d.

. Sir John Henry Moore.

Poetical trifles. By . . . Bath, 1778.

a g. Mrs. Fredrika Runeberg.

Fru Catharina Boije och hennes dottrar.
Sthlm. 1861.

" I herewith enclose list of one hundred and
forty pseudonyms and initials; of these, you will
find thirty that have no reference to work or
place where used; but these, at least the greater
number of them, represent prominent living
authors and journalists who have published
works with their full name, but who have the
past few years contributed essays, poems, etc.,
to the more promiuent periodicals of Stock-
holm over initials indicated. " Stim." or
" Sthlm." is a common abbreviation of Stock-
holm, where most Swedish books are published."
— From OusTAVu.s N. Swan, of Sioux City, la.

h . F. Cronhamn. Librarian

and Stockholm correspondent of several
provincial newspapers.

k . Prof. H. Abnkvist. Elena.

Novell. Fran ryskan of versatt af. Sthlm.
1884.

Ijfr . Alfred Anderson. En

polismans anteckningar. Sthlm. 18G7.

th . Mathilda Lonnherg. Ur

lifvcti Skogsbygden. Sthlm. 1881.

, Lady. C. Howard. The chapel

bell, and other poems. By ... A con-
vert from Anglicanism to Catholicity.
Dublin, 1824.

.... Sir Jasper Atkinson. Consider-
ations on the propriety of the Bank
of England resuming its payments in
specie ... By . . . L. 1802.

.... A.T. Gregory. Practical guides
condensed. By . . . 1864.

*. John frorham Palfrey. In the
"Christ. Exam.," XI., 141,



*. George Stillman Hillard. Letter
to the man in tlie moon. "New Eng-
land Mag.," Vol. VIII., p. 375, 1835.

*. Charles Fenno Hoffman. A winter
in the West, being a collected series of
letters which he wrote for the N.Y.
" American," 1833, of which he was co-
editor with Charles King of New York.

**. George Putnam, D.D., in the
" Christ Exam.," XXXIII., 228.

**. Francis Wharton, in the " Christ.
Exam."

*^jt*. Rev. Tkeophi.lus Bnckridge, M.A.
Burton bridge. " Gent. Mag.," Septem-
ber, 1751, pp. 406, 407,

***. Joseph B. Cobb. Longfellow's
poems. " Amer. "Whig Rev.," April,
1851, p. 359.

***, Abbe. L'Abbe' Deleon. Under
the ban. [Trans.] L. 1865.

***, Madame. Mad. A. L. iSlie de
Beaumont. Lettres du Marquis de Ro-
selle, par . . . Paris, 1764.

****, M. de. Jean Baptiste Colbert,
Marquis de Torc3\ Me'moires de . . . pour
servir a I'histoire des negociations depuis
le Traite de Riswick jusqu'a a la Paix
d'Utrecht. La Haye, 1756.

*****. Soajne Jenyns. Poems. By
... L. 1752.

** * *** . Sir Francis Grant, Lord Cul-
len. An essay for peace ... In a letter
from ... to his neighbour in the countrey.
Edinb. 1703.

*****^ ***, Hev. John Newton. An
authentic narrative of some remarkable
and interesting particulars in the life of
... L. 1764. By Rev. Thomas Haweis.

*****, U. S. Army. Ethan Allen
Hitchcock, The doctrines of Swedenborg
and Spinoza identified. By . . . B.
1846.

"* D," Rose Cottage, N.J. S. A.
Defoe, M.D.



A



* H. Thomas Bill, D.D., in the " Christ.
Exam.," XLI., 459.

* Li. Samuel Kirkland Lothrop, in the
" Christ. Exam.," XLII., 292.

* P. Andrew Preston Peahody, in the
"Christ. Exam.," XLII., 453.

- - -, Dean of. Charles Leslie. Que-
rela temporum; or, the danger of the
Church of England. In a letter from
... to the prebend of . . . L. 1750.

tft. Henry Ware, Jr., in the " Christ.
Exam."

Jj^^. James Henry Leigh Hunt. Let-
ters and works of Mary Wortley Mon-
tague. "London and Westminster Re-
view," April, 1837, p. 130.

A. Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Miles. Poetry
in the "Christ. Exam.," IIL, 466. B,
1826 ; and other places.

A. Stephen Alfeston. Sur la mort de

Miss Elizabeth L ce. A poem by

... In the " Selector or Cornish Mag.,"
1826, p. 56.

A. Francis Alger. Signature in the
" Christ. Exam." (B.).

A. William Bounseville Alger. Signa-
ture in the " Christ. Exam." (B.).

A. John Stuart Mill. (1) Armand
Carrel. " London and Westminster Re-
view," October, 1837, p. 66. — (2) Apho-
risms. Thoughts in the cloister and
the crowd. "London and Westminster
Review," January, 1837, p. 348. — (3)
Bentham. " London and Westminster
Review," August, 1838, p. 467. — (4)
Civilization. " London and Westmin-
ster Review," April, 1836, p. 1. — (5)
Coleridge. " London and Westminster
Review," 1829, p. 257. — (6) Commence-
ment of the session. " London and
Westminster Review," April, 1836, p.
271. — (7) De Tocqueville on democracy
in America. "London Review," July,

1835, p. 85. — (8) Fonblanque's England,
etc. " London and Westminster Review,"
April, 1837, p. 65. — (9) The French
revolution. "London and Westminster
Review," July, 1837, p. 17. — (10) Lord
Durham and the Canadians. " London
and Westminster Review," January,
1838, p. — (11) Parties and the min-
istry. " London and Westminster Re-
view," October, 1837, p. 1. — (12) Poems
and romances of Alfred deVigny. "Lon-
don and Westminster Review," April,
1838, p. 1. — (13) Political economy, etc.
"London and Westminster Review," Oc-
tober, 1836, p. 1. — (14) Professor Sedg-
wick's discourse. " London Review,"
April, 1835, p. 94. — (15) Rationale of
representation. " London Review," July,

1836, p. 341. — (16) Sir John Walsh's



contemporary history. "London and
Westminster Review," July, 1836, p.
281. — (17) State of society in America.
" London Review," January, 1836, p.
365. — (18) Tennj'son's poems. "London
Review," July, 1835, p. 402.

A., Viator. Anthony Aufrere. Signa-
ture to his contributions to the "Gent.
Mag."

A., A. Alfred Austin (^1). At Florence,
in the " Temple Bar," December, 1861.

A., A. Mrs. Anna Atkins. (1) Memoir
of J. G. Children . . . Westminster,
1853. — (2) Photographs of British Algas.
By . . . L. 1843.

A. A. A. Mme. Marie Pauline Rose
(^Stewart) Blaze de Bury. (1) All for
greed. L. 1868. — (2) Love the avenger.
By . . . L. 1869.

A, A. O. A. 0. Andrews. . . . The
Rev. Samuel Oilman, D.D. . . . until
his death, Feb. 2, 1858.

A., Anna. Mrs. Anna (Anderson)
Vdstberg. Utan namn. Berattelse af.
Sthlm. 1884.

A. B. Alexander Hamilton, in Loudon's
New York " Packet," 1781.

A. B., C. D., E. F. Maj. Edicard 3Ioor.
Letters on the kind and economic man-
agement of the poor . . . Woodbridge,
1825. [From the Ipswich " Journal."]

A. B. C. Miss S. Lawrence. Lausus
and Lydia, with Madame Bonso's three
strings to her bow. A comedy. L.
1806.

A. B. C. Francis Blachhurne. Hard-
ships and danger of subscriptions . . .
L. 1758.

A., B. li. Mrs. B. L. Adams. A
church story. By ... L. 1876.

A., C, Esq. Christopher Anstey, Esq.
(1) Ad C. N. Bamfylde, Arm., epistola
poetica familiaris. L. 1777. — (2) A
Pindaric epistle ... By . , . L. 1779.

A. C. Traveller. Mrs. H. K. W.
Clark. Tlie teachings of the ages. By
. . . San Francisco, 1874.

A., C. F. Charles Francis Adams.
Moral wrongs of slavery, in the " Christ.
Exam.," 1847.

A., C. F. Cecil Frances Alexander.
Narrative hymns for village schools. By
... L. 1857.

A., C. J. li. Carl Jonas Ludvig Alm-
quist. Grimstahamns nybygge. Sthlm.
1870.

A. D. S. Edmond de Manne. — See
" I. and P."

A., E. Ezra Abbot, in the "Christ.
Exam.," XL v., 389, etc.

A. E. I. Mrs. Isabel Burton, n€e Count-
ess Arundell of Wardour. How to deal



with the slave scandal in Egypt.
Trieste (?), 1881 (?).

A., E. S. Ernest Silvanus Appleyard.'
(1) Claims of the Church of Rome con-
sidered ... L. 1848. — (2) Eastern
churches ... By . . . L. 1850. — (3)
The fall and redemption of man ... By
... L. 1861. — (4) The Greek Church
... By . . . L. 1851. With supple-
ment. L. 1852. — (5) My country ; the
history of the British Isles. By . . . L.
1859. — (6) Principles of Protestantism
... By ... L. 1848. — (7) The scriptural
faith of the young churchman . . . By
... L. 1874. — (8) Welsh sketches. . . .
By . . . L. 1851. — (9) The world in
•which I live, and my place in it. Bj . . .
L. 1856.

A., F. C Frances Charlotte Armstrong.
(1) Looking up; or, Nanny West and
her grandam. By . . . •» L. 1874. — (2)
Phyllis Pengelly. By . . . L. 1875.

A. H. K. Miss Eliza A. Warner. Our
two lives ; or, Graham and I. N.Y.
1873.

A., J. John Adamson. Ballads from
the Portugueze ; translated by J. A. and
R. C. C. Newcastle, 1846.

A., J. Dr. John Aikin. Virgil vindi-
cated against Heron. In " Gent. Mag."
for 1786, pp. 1040-41.

A., J., M.D. and F.R.S. John Trus-
ter, 31. D. The physical friend . . .
By . . . L. 1776.

A., J. A. J. A. Auren. Bidrag tell
Svenska sprakets qvantitetsliira af . . .
Sthlm. 1874.

A., J. C. Jane Carhjle Aithen. The
last words of Thomas Carlyle . . . Edited
by . , . Edinb. 1882.

A., J. H. Joseph Henri) Allen. Signa-
ture in the "Christ. Exam." (B.).

A., J. K. Josejih Kinnicut Angell. Lit-
erary property. In the " Amer. Jurist,"
Vol. 10, pp. 62-81. B. 1833.

A., J. H. Joseph Henry Allen. Me-
moir of Hiram Withington. B. 1849.

A., J. Q. John Quincij Adams. The
character of Desdemona. " Amer.
Monthly Mag.," March, 1836, p. 210.

A.,J. T. John Turvill Adams. Knight
of the golden melice. N.Y. 1856.

A., J. Y. John Yonge AJcerman. The
stone-worsliip of the ancients, illustrated
by tlieir coins. L. 1838.

A., Ij. Jean Louis liodolphe Agassiz, in
the "Christ. Exam." (B.), 1850.

A., Li. Miss Lucy Aikin. Lines on the
late ilonry Moore of Liskeard. " Mon.
Mag.," XV., 147, 1803.

A. M. Oxoniensis. Nathaniel Tilson
Marsh. Ought or ought not the Church



of Rome in Ireland to be disestablished'?
... By . . . L. 1843.

A. M. Y. Marion Pritchard. The
prince's triumph ; or, the three riddles.
A drama ... By . . . L. 1878.

A. O. B. [An Old Bachelor]. Wil-
liam Lloyd Garrison. His signature in
the Newburyport " Herald " after his
first contribution.

His mother wrote to him : " You must
write me one of your pieces, so that I can read
it, . . . and I will give you my opinion whether
you are an old bachelor, or whether you are an
A. O. B., as A may stand for Ass, and O for Oaf,
and B for Blockhead."

A., S. T. Samuel Turell Armstrong.
" Bible News " not correct. B. 1813.

A., S. M. Mrs. Susan M. Alexander.
How to study the Old Testament . . . N.Y.
1873.

A. T. Anna Lydia Ward.

A. T. Rev. Buchanan. A letter

from a blacksmith, to the ministers and
elders of the Church of Scotland. P. 1765.

A., T. Thomas Alton. The original
constitution of the Christian Church . . .
By . . . Edinb. 1730.

A., T. Gr. Thomas Gold Appleton. A
sheaf of papers. B. 1875.

A., T. H. E. Arthur Henry Hallam.
Remarks on Professor Rosetti's "Dis-
quisizioni" ... L. 1832.

A., T. J. T. J. Arnold. The "Old
Corrector." In "Eraser," Eebruary,
1860, p. 176.

A., T. K. Thomas Kerchever Arnold.
The little boy's companion ... By . . .
L. 1838.

A., W. William Adam, in the " Christ.
Exam."

A., W. B. W. B. Anthony. (1) Essen-
tial memoranda of arithmetic. Derby,
1881. — (2) Essential memoranda of
English history. L. 1881.

A. W. H. Rose Terry Cooke.

A., W. H. D. William Henry Daven-
port Adams. (1) Animal life through-
out the globe . . . L. 1876. — (2) Marvels
of creation ; earth and sea. L. 1876. —

(3) Spain and its people ... L. 1872. —

(4) Triumplis of ancient architecture :
Greece and Rome. L. 1866. — (5) Tri-
umphs of modern architecture ... L.
1866. — (6) Truths and fancies from
fairyland ... L. 1867. — (7) Wonders
of the vegetable world. L. 1867.

A., W. P. William Parsons Atkinson.
Signature in the "Christ. Exam." (B.).

A., W. R. William ROunseville Alger.
Signature in the "Christ. Exam." (B.).

A., W. S. Wiltshire Stanton Austin, Jr.
To Thaliarch. (Hor. lib. v. carm. ix.)
In " Temple Bar," 1860-61.



AG



A>andL. A. and L, Shore. (1) Gemma
of the isles, a lyrical drama ; and other
poems. L. 1859. — (2) War lyrics . . .
L. 1855.

A. . Stephen Alfeston. L'Angle-

terre : a poem. [The first of a series of
poems in the " Cornish Mag."] 1826-27.

A B . Jonathan

Sivift, D.D. The seventh epistle of Hor-
ace, imitated ... L. 1721.

Abbie, Annt. Ahby Skinner. (1)
Ed. Lee and Sailor Dick. B. 1866.— (2)
Ida Wilmot. B. 1866.

Abiezer. Adolphus Kent. A letter in
reply to some remarks on " soul, spirit,
and mind," etc. By . . . L. 1845.

Abracadabra. Clarence Hopper, in his
contributions to "Notes and Queries" (L.).

Absent Man, An. Edward Daniel
Clarke. Le Reveur ; or, the waking
visions of . . . L. 1797.

Academicus. Isaac Greenwood. A
friendly debate ; or, a dialogue between
. . . and Sawny [William Douglas] and
Mundungus [IVancis Archbald] . . . about
some late performances. B. 1722.

Academicus. John Green, D.D. The
principles and practices of the Methodists
farther considered . . . Camb. 17611

Acharius. Prof. Fredrik Vilhelm
Scholander. Luisella, Teckningar ur
konstnarslifvet af . . . Sthlm. 1867.
, Achates. Thomas Pinckney. Reflec-
tions, occasioned by the late disturbances
in Charleston. By . . . Charleston, S.C.,
1822.

Achmet. Thomas Hall. Poems. 1792.

Adair, Robin. Robert Adair. The hero
of the song "Robin Adair," set to the music
of the old Irish air of " Aileen Aroon."

Adam. Noah Webster. In " Free-
man's Journal." 1787.

Adam, Onkel. Dr. Carl AntonWetter-
berg. Traskeden Berattelse af . . . Sthlm.
1852.

Adams, Francis. Etienne Cabet.
Voyage et aventures de Lord William
Carisdall en Icarie, trad, de I'angl. de . . .
par M. Th. Dufruit. Paris, 1840. Repub-
lished under the title, Voyage en Icarie,
ronian philosophique et social par M.
Cabet. Paris, 1842.

Adjutant-General, The. W. H. H.
Terrill. Indiana. Reports for 1861-65
. . . Indianapolis, 1865-69.

Adjutant-General of Rhode Island,
The. Edward C. Mauran. Annual re-
port of . . . for the year 1861. Provi-
dence, 1862.

Admonish Crime. James Cook
Richmond. A midsummer's day-dream.
. . . Milwaukee, 1859.



Adrien, Robert. Adrien Charles
Alexandre Basset. Le nouveau roman
comique. Paris, 1845.

Adversity Hume. Joseph Hume.

Advocate, An. Henry Good. The
law of Chili as to the marriage of non-
Catholics . . , By . , . Valparaiso,
1880.

Advocate for the Captors, The.
Francis Henry Upton. District Court
of the United States, Southern District
of New York. The United States against
the barque Empress and her cargo. In
prize. Brief of . . . N.Y, 1862.-

Advocate, not a SheriflF, An. George
Paterson. Sheriff Courts of Scotland.
Remarks ... By . . . Edinb. 1852.

.^gles. Tobias Watkins. Letters of
. . . Bait. 1819.

.lEmilia Julia. Miss Emily Clarke.
(1) Nouveaux chants d'une etrangere.
Paris, 1859. — (2) Le prince du Leban :
tragedie en cinq actes. Paris, 1861. —
(3) Sapho. Paris, 1857.

.Eolus. C. F. (?) Trufort. Origina-
tions of words, with a digressional trea-
tise on the scale a e i, leading to a new,
view of the scale of colours. Paris,
1843.

.lEsop. Mrs. Ldlie Devereux Blake. '~-
Hypocrite ; or, sketches of American
society. N.Y. 1§74. .^

Afflicted Husband, An. Hall Jack- ■^
son Kelley. Letters from . . . Palmer,
Mass., 1851.

Agaplda, Fray Antonio. Washing-
ton Irving. Chronicle of the conquest of
Granada, from the MSS. of . . . Paris,'
1829.

This work is a counterfeit of Mr. Irviug's^
a translation of wbich, by Jean Cohen, was pub-
lished in Paris the same year.

Agate. Whitelaio Reid, as Washing-
ton, correspondent of the Cincinnati
" Commercial."

Agatha. Mej. Rein, de Goeje te Leiden.
Agatha's alphabet. Amst. 1868.

Aged and Retired Citizen of Bos-
ton, An. Harrison Gray Otis. Letter
from ... to [William Hayden, Esq.] a
member of the House of Representatives
of Massachusetts ... B. 1848.

Aged Clergyman of Massachu-
setts, An. Rev. Jacob Norton. A " short
and easy method " with a late writer . . .
By . . . B. 1815.

Aged Person, An. Sir William Blis-
ard. Soliloquy by . . . L. 1826.

A-ywyos. Charles William Day. Hints
on etiquette and the usages of society.
N.Y. 1843.

Agricola. James And( 3cel-



AH



AM



laneous observations on planting and
training timber-trees . . . Edinb. 1777.

Ah-Chin-le. John B. Swazei/. Some
observations upon the civilization of the
Western barbarians ... B. 1876.

Or, Smyihe, John Tester.

Ahlgren, Ernst. Mis. Victoria JBene-
dictsson. Frau Skane. Studieraf. Sthlm.
1884.

Aide-de-Canip, An. Sir Arthur
Augustus Thurlow Cunynghame. An A.'s
recollections of service in China, a resi-
dence in Hong Kong, and visits to other
islands in the Chinese seas. L. 1844.

Aitiaiche. Annie T.Howells. Popular
sayings. 1877.

Akbur of Betlis. Sir Bichard Joseph
SuUvan. Piiilosophical rhapsodies : frag-
ments of . . . L. 1784-5.

Alb. Richard Whiteirig. Living Paris
and France. L. 1886.

Albano. Carl August Ad/ersparre.
Samlade smarre skizzeraf . . . Sthlm. 1849.

Albany (N.Y.; Chamberlain. S.
Cobb. Report to the common council
, . . 1840-41. Albany, 1841.

Albert. John Armstrong. The confi-
dential letters of . . . L. 1790.

Albert, Bessie. Mrs. Gaj/ton.

Albert, Charles. Charles Albert Chau-
monnot. Dissertation sur la goutte. Paris,
1818.

Albert, Stanislaus. Stanislaus Ste-
pkan Albert Graboushi, graf v. John Paul
Jones : biographischer roman. Hann-
over, 1860.

Albini. Johann Baptist Meddlham-
mer. Die gefahrliche tante; lustspiel
. . . n.d.

Alcide, baron de M * * * Alfred de
Musset. Gamiani. Brussels, 1833.

Alciphron. George Steevens, in " St.
James's Chronicle" (L.), 1783.

Alciphron. Rosina Doyle ( Wheeler')
Lytton-Bulwer, Lady Lytton. Behind
the scenes. L. 1854.

Alciphron. Benjamin Theophilus
Moore. Physics. L. 1858.

Alciphron, "the Modern Athe-
nian." Samuel Dickson, M.D. Physic
and its phases ; or, the rule of right
and wrong. By . . . L. 1837.

Aldebaran. George Steevens. John-
son's literary club. A list of the mem-
bers. " Gent. Mag." for January, 1785,
p. 8.

Alexander of the North, The.
Charles XII. of Sweden.

Alfred. Alfred Domett, in Browning's
"Guardian Angel." "A picture at
P'ano" [in "Men and Women"]. "Al-
fred, dear friend." L. 1855.



Alfred. Philip Withers. A.'s appeal
... L. 1789.

Alfred. William Baker. Peregrina-
tions of the mind ... L. 1811.

Ali-Gier-Ber, Alfaki. Baron Jean
Baptiste de Clootz. La certitude des
preuves du Mahome'tisme . . . Par . . .
L. 1780.

Alic. William Alexander.

Alice, Cousin. Mrs. Alice (Bradley
Neal) Haven. Helen Morton's trial . . .
N.Y. 1852.

AU Ears et All Eyes. A. T. Des-
quiron, de Saint Agnan. Tableau descrip-
tif, moral, philosophique et critique de
Londres, en 1816. Paris, 1817.

There was already a work which bore the
title, " The English Spy ; or, the Correspond-
ence of My Lord All-eye and My Lord All-ear. '"
L. 1784.

Alland, M. Karl Marquard Sauer.
Monsu Max : roman. In " Vierteljahrl.
Mag."

Allwill, Eduard. Friedrich Hein-
rich Jacohi. Briefsammlung. 1781.

AUworthy, Mr. Ralph Allen, in
Fielding's " Tom Jones."

All-\vorthy, Squire. Ralph Allen, in
Fielding's " Tom Jones."

Alma. Charlotte Mary Yonge.

Almaviva. Clement Scott, in the
" Musical Critic."

Alpha. Wakefield. (1) Random

rhymes. 1845. — (2) Tales and poetry.
1849.

Alphera. James L. Futhey. Snatches
of tliought. 1850.

Alpine Traveller, An. William
Brockedon, in " Blackwood's Mag." for
1836.

Alsop, Tony, a late Editor of the
^sopean Fables. Anthony Alsop. Thus
detractingly mentioned by Dr. Bentley.

Alton, Edmund. Bailey i^).

Among the law-makers. N.Y. 1886.

Alumnus, An. Josiah Quincy. A plea
for Harvard ... By . . . B. 1849.

Alumnus of that School, An. George
Riplei/. The latest form of infidelity ex-
amined. By . . . B. 1839.

Al — w — le. Aldwinkle. — See "H — s,
Mr."

Amana. Rev. George Savage. Re-
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