Text: Burton R. Pollin, “Titles of Poe's Reviews,” Dictionary of Names and Titles in Poe’s Collected Works, (1968), 199-208 (This material is protected by copyright)


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[[Titles of Poe’s Reviews]]

[[Extracted from Index II]]

ADDRESS DELIVERED AT THE ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT OF DICKINSON COLLEGE, JULY 21, 1830 (Roszel): 9.158-9r

ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE THE BALTIMORE LYCEUM, ATHENAEUM SOCIETY, WILLIAM WIRT SOCIETY, etc. (Lee): 9.206r

ADDRESS, DELIVERED BEFORE THE GOETHEAN AND DIAGNOTHIAN SOCIETIES OF MARSHALL COLLEGE (Chandler): 10.57-9r

ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE THE STUDENTS OF WILLIAM AND MARY AT THE OPENING OF THE COLLEGE ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1836 (Dew): 9.192-4r

ADDRESS OF THE CARRIERS OF THE CINCINNATI DAILY AMERICAN REPUBLICAN TO ITS PATRONS, FOR JANUARY, 1845 (Nichols): 12.110-11r

ADDRESS ON EDUCATION, AS CONNECTED WITH THE PERMANENCE OF OUR REPUBLICAN INSTITUTIONS (L. Minor): 8.118-20r

ADDRESS ON THE SUBJECT OF A SURVEYING AND EXPLORING EXPEDITION TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN AND SOUTH SEAS (Reynolds): 9.306-14r

ADVENTURES OF A GENTLEMAN IN SEARCH OF A HORSE: 9.82-3r

ALCIPHRON, A POEM (Moore): 10.60-71r; 11.79c, 268c; 13.162c, 221c; 16.27c

ALICE RAY, A ROMANCE IN RHYME (Hale): 12.259-62r

ALNWICK CASTLE, WITH OTHER POEMS (Halleck): 8.307-18r

AMERICA AND THE AMERICAN PEOPLE (Raumer): 13.13-6r; 15.23m

AMERICAN ALMANAC, AND REPOSITORY OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE, FOR THE YEAR 1837: 9.160-62r

AMERICAN IN ENGLAND, THE (Slidell): 8.214-22r; 9.1m, 4c; 15.201-202c

ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE PHYSIOLOGY, CONSIDERED WITH REFERENCE TO NATURAL THEOLOGY (Roget): 8.206-11r

ANTIGONE (Sophocles): 4.200m; 12.130-35r, 136mq, 137m; 16.119c

ARABIA PETRAEA (Stephens): 10.1-25r

ASTORIA; OR, ANECDOTES OF AN ENTERPRISE BEYOND THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS (Irving): 9.207-43r; 11.27m

BALLADS AND OTHER POEMS (Longfellow): 11.64-8r, 68-85r, 114c

BARNABY RUDGE (Dickens): 11.38-64r, 88c; 14.188c, 193m

BIG ABEL AND THE LITTLE MANHATTAN (Mathews): 13.73-8r

BINNEY’S EULOGIUM: 8.114-5r

BIOGRAPHY AND POETICAL REMAINS OF THE LATE MARGARET MILLER DAVIDSON (Irving): 10.174-8r, 221c

BOOK OF GEMS. THE POETS AND ARTISTS OF GREAT BRITAIN (Hall): 9.91-103r; 12.139-46r

BRIDE OF LAMMERMOOR (Scott): 8.64m, 223r, 233c; 12.189-92r

BROKEN VOW AND OTHER POEMS, THE (Edmond): 12.250-52r

BUBBLES FROM THE BRUNNENS OF NASSAU (Francis Head): 8.319-20r

CAMPERDOWN; OR NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORHOOD (Mary Griffith): 9.71-2r

CANONS OF GOOD BREEDING, OR THE HANDBOOK OF THE MAN OF FASHION: 10.45r

CHARACTERS OF SHAKESPEARE, THE (Hazlitt): 9.143m; 12.226-8r

CHARLES O’MALLEY, THE IRISH DRAGOON (Lorrequer): 10.197c; 11.10-11c, 85-98r

CHAUNT OF LIFE AND OTHER POEMS, WITH SKETCHES AND ESSAYS (Hoyt): 12.193-201r; 15.37c

CHILD OF THE SEA, AND OTHER POEMS (Lewis): 13.155-65r, 219p, 225-6r

CHRISTIAN FLORIST; CONTAINING THE ENGLISH AND BOTANICAL NAMES OF DIFFERENT PLANTS: 8.177-8r

CLINTON BRADSHAW; OR THE ADVENTURES OF A LAWYER (F. W. Thomas): 8.109-110r; 14.133c; 15.209-10c

COMING OF THE MAMMOTH, THE (Hirst): 12.166-80r

CONFESSIONS OF A POET (Osborn): 8.2-3r; 15.45-7c; 16.142p, 151m

CONFESSIONS OF EMILIA HARRINGTON (Wilmer): 8.234-7r

CONTI, THE DISCARDED, WITH OTHER TALES AND FANCIES (Chorley): 8.229-34r; 9.195c; 16.8m

CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA — VIRGINIA (Hawks): 8.239-51r

CRAYON MISCELLANY, THE (Irving): 8.91-2r

CRITICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS (Macaulay): 10.156-60r

CRITICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS WRITINGS OF HENRY LORD BROUGHAM: 11.98-101r

CRITICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS WRITINGS OF SIR EDWARD LYTTON BULWER: 10.212-14r

CULPRIT FAY, AND OTHER POEMS, THE (Drake): 8.275-.307r

DASHES AT LIFE WITH A FREE PENCIL (Willis): 12.234-35r

DICTIONARY OF GREEK AND LATIN ANTIQUITIES (W. Smith): 12.129-30r

DIDACTICS — SOCIAL, LITERARY, AND POLITICAL (Walsh): 8.321-9r

DISSERTATION ON THE IMPORTANCE OF PHYSICAL SIGNS IN THE VARIOUS DISEASES OF THE ABDOMEN AND THORAX (Haxall): 9.164-6r

DOCTOR, THE (Southey): 9.66-9r; 10.225c; 11.13c

DRAMA OF EXILE AND OTHER POEMS (Barrett): 12.1-35r; 13.200m

EARLY NAVAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND (Southey): 8.48-9r

Elfrida, a Dramatic Poem in Five Acts (Osgood): 13.108-13r, 176-8p; 15.95-6p

ELKSWATAWA; OR THE PROPHET OF THE WEST S. French): 9.112-3c, 116-26r; 15.219m

ENGLAND IN 1835 (Raumer): 9.53-64r, 76m

ERATO (Gallagher): 9.73-5r

ETTORE FIERAMOSCA, OR THE CHALLENGE OF BARLETTA (D’Azeglio): 12.223-4r

Euripides Translated (Potter): 8.43-7r

FABLE FOR THE CRITICS (Lowell): 13.165-75r

FASHION (Mowatt): 12.112-21r, 124-9r, 188m, 191m, 207m; 15.29-30p, 92c

FEMALE POETS OF AMERICA (Griswold): 11.156-60r; 13.225m

FESTUS; A POEM (Bailey): 12.241-3r

FLORA AND THALIA; OR GEMS OF FLOWERS AND POETRY: 9.43-4r

FORTUNE HUNTER; OR THE ADVENTURES OF A MAN ABOUT TOWN, THE (Mowatt): 12.207-10r

GENIUS AND CHARACTER OF BURNS (Wilson): 12.239-41r

GEORGE BALCOMBE (Tucker): 9.243-65r; 15.195c, 196m; 16.142c

GEORGIA SCENES, CHARACTERS, INCIDENTS, etc. (Longstreet): 8.257-65r

GERALDINE, ATHENIA OF DAMASCUS, AND MISCELLANEOUS POEMS (Dawes): 11.131-47r

GIFT; A CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR’S PRESENT FOR 1836, THE (annual): 8.50-51r

GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, IN A SERIES OF LETTERS, ADDRESSED TO EVERY AMERICAN YOUTH (H. A. Pue): 10.167-71r

GUY FAWKES; OR THE GUNPOWDER TREASON (Ainsworth): 10.214-20r

HAWKS OF HAWK-HOLLOW; A TRADITION OF PENNSYLVANIA, THE (Bird): 8.63-73r

HEROINE, THE; OR ADVENTURES OF CHERUBINA (E. S. Barrett): 8.76-81r

HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE SECOND WAR BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND GREAT BRITAIN (C. J. Ingersoll): 12.252-4r

HISTORY OF TEXAS, THE (D. B. Edward): 9.78-9r

HONEYMOON, THE (a play by Tobin): 12.189-92r

HORSE-SHOE ROBINSON; A TALE OF THE TORY ASCENDENCY (Kennedy): 8.4-11r; 15.184c

HUMAN MAGNETISM; ITS CLAIM TO DISPASSIONATE INQUIRY, etc. (W. Newnham): 12.121-3r; 16.113-5r

HYPERION; A ROMANCE (Longfellow): 10.39-40r, 72c, 76c; 11.64m, 68m

IDEALS AND OTHER POEMS (Algernon, unidentified; period omitted before Henry Perkins in text): 11.114-5r

INAUGURAL ADDRESS OF THE REV. D. L. CARROLL: 8.116-7r

INCIDENTS OF TRAVEL IN CENTRAL AMERICA (Stephens): 10.178-81r

INDICATOR AND COMPANION, THE (Hunt): 12.237-8r

INFATUATION (P. Benjamin): 12.107-10r; 13.165c

JOSEPH RUSHBROOK, OR THE POACHER (Marryat): 10.197-202r

JUDGE STORY’S DISCOURSE ON CHIEF-JUSTICE MARSHALL: 8.114-5r

LAFITTE; THE PIRATE OF THE GULF (Ingraham): 9.106-16r

LEGENDS OF A LOG CABIN (Gilman): 8.120-21r; 9.77m

LETTERS, CONVERSATIONS AND RECOLLECTIONS OF S. T. COLERIDGE: 9.51-2r

LETTERS DESCRIPTIVE OF THE VIRGINIA SPRINGS (Prolix): 9.36m, 79-80r

LETTERS OF ELIZA WILKINSON, DURING THE INVASION AND POSSESSION OF CHARLESTON, S.C., BY THE BRITISH, IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR: 16.51-2r

LETTERS TO YOUNG LADIES (Sigourney): 9.64-6r

LIFE AND LITERARY REMAINS OF L. E. L. (L. Blanchard): 10.195r

LIFE AND SURPRISING ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE, OF YORK, MARINER (Defoe): 8.169-73r

LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON, IN LATIN PROSE (F. Glass): 8.103-7r

LIFE OF PETRARCH (T. Campbell): 10.202-206r

LIFE OF WASHINGTON (Paulding): 9.13-6r

LIFE ON THE LAKES; BEING TALES AND SKETCHES COLLECTED DURING A TRIP TO THE PICTURED ROCKS OF LAKE SUPERIOR (Gilman): 9.77-8r

LINWOODS; OR, SIXTY YEARS SINCE, IN AMERICA, THE (Sedgwick): 8.94-100r, 160m, 162m; 15.108-12p

LITERAL FULFILMENT OF THE PROPHECIES (Keith): 16.63-6r

LITERARY REMAINS OF THE LATE WILLIAM HAZLITT (Bulwer et al.): 9.140-45r

LIVES OF THE CARDINAL DE RICHELIEU, COUNT OXENSTIERN, COUNT OLIVAREZ, AND CARDINAL MAZARIN (G. P. James): 9.168-10r

LIVES OF THE NECROMANCERS (Godwin): 8.92-4r

LOITERINGS OF TRAVEL (Willis): 12.234-5r

LOST PLEIAD, THE (Chivers): 12.201-206r

MADRID IN 1835: 9.157-8r

MAHMOUD: 8.256-7r

MASTER HUMPHREY’S CLOCK (Dickens): 10.142-8r

MEMOIR OF THE REVEREND JOHN H. RICE (Maxwell): 8.101-102r

MEMOIRS AND LETTERS OF MADAME MALIBRAN (Countess Merlin): 10.91-6r; 16.45p

MEMOIRS OF AN AMERICAN LADY (Anne Grant): 9.70-71r

MEMOIRS OF LUCIEN BONAPARTE (Prince of Canino): 9.155-6r

MEMORIALS OF MRS. HEMANS, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS OF HER LITERARY CHARACTER FROM HER PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE (Chorley): 9.195-204r

MEPHISTOPHELES IN ENGLAND, OR THE CONFESSIONS OF A PRIME MINISTER (R. F. Williams): 8.42-3r

MOSSES FROM AN OLD MANSE (Hawthorne): 13.142m, 141-55r

MYSTERIES OF PARIS (Sue): 16.104-109r

NEW AND COMPENDIOUS LATIN GRAMMAR; WITH APPROPRIATE EXERCISES, ANALYTICAL AND SYNTHETICAL (Hall): 9.166-7r

NEW AND COMPREHENSIVE GAZETTEER OF VIRGINIA, AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (J. Martin): 8.211-4r

NEW DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE (C. Richardson): 9.103-106r

NEW THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL TREATISE ON NAVIGATION, A (Maury): 9.48-50r

NIGHT AND MORNING; A NOVEL (Bulwer): 10.114-33r, 150c; 14.189c; 16.40c

NOBLE DEEDS OF WOMAN: 8.238r

NORMAN LESLIE, A TALE OF THE PRESENT TIMES (T. S. Fay): 8.51-62r, 178c; 10.186c; 15.220c

NOTICES OF THE WAR OF 1812 (Armstrong): 9.22-3r

NUTS TO CRACK; OR QUIPS, QUIRKS, ANECDOTE AND FACETS OF OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARS: 8.90-91r

OLD CURIOSITY SHOP (Dickens): 10.142-55r; 11.38m, 59c, 64c, 172m, 247c; 16.11c, 61p

OLD WORLD AND THE NEW; ON A JOURNAL OF REFLECTIONS AND OBSERVATIONS MADE ON A TOUR IN EUROPE (O. Dewey): 9.80-82r

ORATION ON THE LIFE AND CHARACTER OF THE REV. JOSEPH CALDWELL (Anderson): 8.102-103r

ORION (Horne): 11.243m, 249-75r; 12.242c; 13.4cq; 14.233c; 15.124c

PARIS AND THE PARISIANS IN 1835 (Trollope): 9.17-22r

PARTISAN, THE; A TALE OF THE REVOLUTION (Simms): 8.143-58r; 10.50m; 12.248c; 13.94m; 15.193m

PASSAIC, A GROUP OF POEMS TOUCHING THAT RIVER; WITH OTHER MUSINGS, BY FLACCUS (Thomas Ward): 11.161r

PAUL ULRIC;> OR THE ADVENTURES OF AN ENTHUSIAST (M. Mattson): 8.178-205r

Peter Snook (J. F. Dalton): 9.205c; 14.73-89r

PHILOTHEA; A ROMANCE (Child): 9.126m, 146-55r; 15.105c

PHRENOLOGY, AND THE MORAL INFLUENCE OF PHRENOLOGY (Miles): 8.252-5r

PIC NIC PAPERS (Dickens): 10.206r

PLATO CONTRA ATHEOS — PLATO AGAINST THE ATHEIST (Lewis): 12.162-6r

PLEASANT PEREGRINATION THROUGH THE PRETTIEST PARTS OF PENNSYLVANIA, A (Nichelin): 9.36-43r, 79m

POEMS (Lord): 12.146-61r

POEMS (Osgood): 13.17-26r, 105-25r, 188-93r; 15.100p

POEMS BY JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: 11.243-9r

POEMS BY MISS H. F. GOULD: 8.135-8r

POEMS BY WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: 9.268-305r

POEMS OF JOHN G. C. BRAINARD: 11.15r, 76m

POEMS; TRANSLATED AND ORIGINAL (Ellet): 8.138-42r

POETICAL REMAINS OF THE LATE LUCRETIA MARIA DAVIDSON: 10.221-6r

POETICAL WRITINGS OF ELIZABETH OAKES SMITH: 12.228-33r; 13.78-93r

POETRY OF LIFE, THE (Stickney): 8.173-7r

POETRY OF RUFUS DAWES: 11.131-47r

POETS AND POETRY OF AMERICA (Griswold): 4.222m; 11.124-6r, 153-6r, 160m, 220-43r; 13.16cq, 122m, 131m, 188c; 15.62m, 67m, 107m, 121c, 285m; 16.94m

POSTHUMOUS MEMOIRS OF HIS OWN TIME (N. W. Wraxall): 9.174-84r

POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB (Dickens): 9.206-209r

POWHATAN; A METRICAL ROMANCE IN SEVEN CANTOS (Smith): 10.162-7r; 15.200c

PROSE AND VERSE (Hood): 12.213-22r, 233-4r, 235-7r

PROSE WORKS OF JOHN MILTON, THE: 12.245-7r

QUACKS OF HELICON, THE; A SATIRE (Wilmer): 10.182-95r

RAMBLER IN NORTH AMERICA, THE (Latrobe): 8.111-4r

RAVEN AND OTHER POEMS, THE: 13.28-30rq; 16.372t

REMINISCENCES OF AN INTERCOURSE WITH . . . NIEBUHR THE HISTORIAN OF ROME (Lieber): 8.162-8r; 15.202m

REPORT (MARCH 21, 1836,) OF THE COMMITTEE ON NAVAL AFFAIRS: 9.84-90r, 306m

RHYMES OF TRAVEL (B. Taylor): 16.145-8r

RIENZI, THE LAST OF THE TRIBUNES (Bulwer): 8.222-9r; 10.114m, 132c

RUSSIA AND THE RUSSIANS (Ritchie): 9.75-6r

SACRED MOUNTAINS, The (J. T. Headley): 13.202-209r

SACRED PHILOSOPHY OF THE SEASONS (H. Duncan): 10.81-5r; 16.11c

SAUL, A MYSTERY (Arthur Coxe): 12.243-4r; 16.154c, 154-5cq

SELECT ORATIONS OF CICERO; WITH AN ENGLISH COMMENTARY, AND HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL AND LEGAL INDEXES (Anthon): 9.266-8r; 16.103c, 362m

SHEPPARD LEE (Simms): 9.126-39r

Sinless Child, The (E. O. Smith): 12.288-9p; 13.78-90r, 79-80cq, 81p

SKETCHES OF CONSPICUOUS LIVING CHARACTERS IN FRANCE (R. Walsh): 10.133-9r; 14.123c, 134-5c

SKETCHES OF HISTORY, LIFE AND MANNERS IN THE WEST (James Hall): 8.108-109r

SKETCHES OF SWITZERLAND. BY AN AMERICAN. PART SECOND (Cooper): 9.162-4r

SKIMMINGS; OR A WINTER AT SCHLOSS HAINFELD IN LOWER STYRIA (B. Hall): 9.170-74r

Some Thoughts on the Genius of Hazlitt (Bulwer): 9.144-5r

SONGS OF OUR LAND, AND OTHER POEMS (Hewitt): 12.254-9r; 13.98-105r

SPAIN REVISITED (Slidell): 8.335-6cq; 9.1-13r

SPANISH STUDENT, THE (Longfellow): 12.96-8p, 255m; 13.54-73r, 98m; 14.258m

STANLEY THORN (Cockton): 11.10-15r

SWISS HETHESS; OR THE BRIDE OF DESTINY — A TALE: 9.185-91r

SYNOPSIS OF NATURAL HISTORY; EMBRACING THE NATURAL HISTORY OF ANIMALS, WITH HUMAN AND GENERAL ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY, BOTANY, VEGETABLE PHYSIOLOGY, AND GEOLOGY, A (Lemmonnier, probably for L. G. Lemonnier): 10.26-7r

TALES AND SKETCHES (Sedgwick): 8.160-62r; 15.109c

TALES OF THE PEERAGE AND THE PEASANTRY (Sullivan and Dacre): 8.74-5r

TEN THOUSAND A YEAR (Warren): 10.210-12r; 11.14m

THIODOLF, THE ICELANDER AND ASLAUGA’S KNIGHT (Fouque): 16.115-7r

Thoughts on his Intellectual character (Talfourd): 9.144-5r

THOUGHTS ON THE RELIGIOUS STATE OF THE COUNTRY; WITH REASONS FOR PREFERRING EPISCOPACY (C. Colton): 9.33-6r

TORTESA, THE USURER; A PLAY (Willis): 10.27-30r; 13.38-54r, 62c; 15.17c

TRAITS OF AMERICAN LIFE (Hale): 8.117-8r

TWICE-TOLD TALES (Hawthorne): 11.102-104r, 104-13r; 13.141-55r; 15.3m

UNDINE (Fouque): 10.66c, 155c; 11.247c; 13.149c; 16.48-51r, 117c

UNDINE; A MINIATURE ROMANCE (Fouque): 10.30-39r

UPS AND DOWNS IN THE LIFE OF A DISTRESSED GENTLEMAN (W. L. Stone): 9.24-33r, 47m; 15.214c

VICAR OF WAKEFIELD (Goldsmith): 8.186m; 11.8-10r, 41c

VOICES OF THE NIGHT (Longfellow): 10.71-80r; 11.64m, 68m; 12.147c

WAKONDAH; THE MASTER OF LIFE, A POEM (Mathews): 11.25-38r, 235c

WATKINS TOTTLE, AND OTHER SKETCHES, ILLUSTRATIVE OF EVERYDAY LIFE, AND EVERY-DAY PEOPLE (Dickens): 9.45-8r, 205m

WIGWAM AND THE CABIN (Simms): 12.247-50r; 13.93-7r

WINIFRED, COUNTESS OF NITHSDALE (Sullivan and Dacre): 8.74-5r

WREATH OF WILD FLOWERS FROM NEW ENGLAND (Osgood): 13.17m, 105-25r, 186-7c; 15.96-100p

WRITINGS OF CHARLES SPRAGUE: 10.139-42r; 15.248c

WYANDOTTE, OR THE BUTTED KNOLL (Cooper): 11.205-20r

YEAR IN SPAIN (Slidell): 8.214c; 9.1m, 83-4r; 15.201c

YOUNG WIFE’S BOOK, THE; A MANUAL OF MORAL, RELIGIOUS, AND DOMESTIC DUTIES: 8.158-60r

ZINZENDORFF, AND OTHER POEMS (Sigourney): 8.122-35r

 


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[S:0 - DNTCW, 1968] - Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore - Works - Dictionary of Names and Titles (B. R. Pollin) (Titles of Poe's Reviews)