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Science in the 19th Century Periodical
The founding of the Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1771–1845), ... The early and continuing success of the Edinburgh Review owed much to the youthful ...
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Sydney Smith's Bonds.
Sydney Smith, England's famous wit, humorist, projector of The Edinburgh Review, and for over forty years one of the most distinguished and powerful ...
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SYDNEY SMITH'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE EDINBURGH REVIEW -- MURPHY s5 ...
Institution: Google Indexer Sign In as Personal Subscriber · Oxford Journals · Humanities · Library · Volume s5-VIII, Number 4; Pp. 275-278. PDF Version ...
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JSTOR: The Literary Criticism of Sydney Smith
In these volumes are sixty-five of the eighty articles which Smith con- tributed to The Edinburgh Review, between 1802 and 1827. Thir- teen other articles ...
VI. Reviews and Magazines in the Early Years of the Nineteenth ...
By Cooke, gw [A criticism by aj, extracted from the Edinburgh Review. ... Thoughts suggested by Lord Lauderdale’s observations upon The Edinburgh Review. ...
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The Edinburgh Review, a quarterly magazine, was founded in October, ... The Edinburgh Review was the most influential magazine of its day and by 1818 ...
Sydney Smith - Wikiquote
"Parisian Morals and Manners", published in The Edinburgh Review (1843); Smith might have been thinking of the final words of Swift's "Hints Towards an ...
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Re: Edinburgh Review giveaway
The former occupant traced her descent to late 18th-early 19th cen. political economist, Francis Horner, who helped found the Edinburgh Review, one of the ...
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Jeffrey Lomonaco - Adam Smith's "Letter to the Authors of the ...
One of Adam Smith's first publications was a letter addressed to the editors of the Edinburgh Review, printed anonymously in the second issue of the ...
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Francis Jeffrey, Lord Jeffrey (Scottish critic and judge ...
literary critic and Scottish judge, best known as the editor of The Edinburgh Review, a quarterly that was the preeminent organ of British political and ...
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