Text: Thomas Ollive Mabbott, “Sources of Texts Collated: Newspapers and Magazines,” The Collected Works of Edgar Allan Poe — Vol. I: Poems (1969), pp. 586-588 (This material is protected by copyright)


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NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES

(in alphabetical order)

American Monthly Magazine (Boston): Fairyland [B].

American Museum of Literature and the Arts (Baltimore): The Haunted Palace [A].

American Review: A Whig Journal (New York): The Valley of Unrest [C]; The City in the Sea [C]; Eulalie [B]; The Raven [A]; Ulalume [A].

Baltimore Gazette and Daily Advertiser: Al Aaraaf [A], extracts.

Baltimore Saturday Visiter: Enigma (on Shakespeare); Serenade; To —— (“Sleep on”); Fanny; The Coliseum [A].

Bookman (New York): The Beloved Physician [C].

Broadway Journal (New York): Song [G]; A Dream [D]; Sonnet — To Science [H]; Al Aaraaf [H]; Romance [F]; To [Elmira] [C]; To the River [Po] [F]; Fairyland [J]; Israfel [E]; The Sleeper [G]; The Valley of Unrest [D]; The City in the Sea [D]; To One in Paradise [K, L]; Hymn [F]; Latin Hymn [D]; Song of Triumph [D]; Coliseum [H]; Politian [C]; Bridal Ballad [D]; To Zante [D]; Motto for “William Wilson” [D]; Sonnet — Silence [E]; The Conqueror Worm [D, E]; To Frances [D]; To Frances S. Osgood [E]; Lenore [E]; Dream-Land [B]; Eulalie [C]; The Raven [F, G]; Lines after Elizabeth Barrett [A]; Impromptu: To Kate Carol [A]; To [Violet Vane].

Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine (Philadelphia): Spirits of the Dead [D]; To the River [Po] [C]; Fairyland [F]; To One in Paradise [D]; Hymn [C]; The Haunted Palace [B]; Couplet from “The Fall of the House of Usher” [A]; Motto for “William Wilson” [B]; Sonnet — Silence [C]; To Frances S. Osgood [C].

Casket, The (Philadelphia): Sonnet — To Science [C].

Columbian Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine (New York): To Marie Louise [B]. ­[page 587:]

Critic (London): The Raven [H].

Dollar Newspaper (Philadelphia): Motto for “The Gold-Bug” [A].

Evening Mirror (New York): Lenore [Ca]; The Raven [B]; Epigram for Wall Street; A Valentine [C].

Flag of Our Union (Boston): A Valentine [F]; A Dream Within a Dream [B]; For Annie [B]; Eldorado [A]; To My Mother [A].

Godey’s Magazine and Lady’s Book (Philadelphia): Hexameter [B].

Graham’s Magazine (Philadelphia): Sonnet — To Science [F]; Al Aaraaf [G]; To Helen [C, E]; Israfel [C]; The Haunted Palace [G]; The Conqueror Worm [A]; To Frances [B]; Lenore [D]; Dream-Land [A]; The Raven [M]; Lines after Elizabeth Barrett [G]; The Divine Right of Kings [A]; Stanzas (to F. S. O.) [A].

Harper’s New Monthly Magazine: Lines on Joe Locke [C].

Home Journal (New York): To Marie Louise Shew [B]; Ulalume [B]; The Bells [H]; For Annie [D].

The Lady’s Book (Philadelphia): To One in Paradise [B].

Literary Emporium: A Compendium of Religious, Literary, and Philosophical Knowledge (New York): The Raven [L].

Literary World (New York): Ulalume [D].

McMakin’s Model American Courier (Philadelphia): see Saturday Courier.

New World (New York): The Conqueror Worm [C].

New York Times: To Miss Louise Olivia Hunter [B].

New York Times Saturday Review: Fragment of a Campaign Song [A].

New-York Tribune: The Raven [E]; To Helen [Whitman] [C]; Annabel Lee [G].

No Name Magazine (Baltimore): Oh, Tempora! Oh, Mores [D].

North American (Baltimore): Dreams [B]; The Happiest Day [B].

Oquawka Spectator (Oquawka, Illinois): Lenore [Cb]; For Annie [E].

Philadelphia Saturday Museum, March 4, 1843: Sonnet — To Science [G]; Al Aaraaf (extracts) [F]; Romance [D]; To the River [Po] [D]; To Helen [D]; The Coliseum [G]; Israfel [D]; The Sleeper [F]; To One in Paradise [H]; Bridal Ballad [C]; To Zante [C]; The Haunted Palace [F]; Sonnet — Silence [D]; The Conqueror Worm [B]; To Frances [C]; Motto for the Stylus [A]; Lenore [B]; Lines on Joe Locke [A].

The Pioneer (Boston): Lenore [A]; Hexameter [A].

Providence Daily Journal: Ulalume [C].

Richmond Daily Whig: Lenore [K].

Richmond Semi-Weekly Examiner: The Raven [T].

Sartain’s Union Magazine of Literature and Art (Philadelphia): A Valentine [E]; The Bells [C, G]; Annabel Lee [K]. ­[page 588:]

Saturday Chronicle (Philadelphia): The Sleeper [D].

Saturday Courier (Philadelphia): Lines on Joe Locke [B]; Epigram from Pulci; Sonnet — Silence [B]; The Raven [N, U].

Saturday Evening Post (Philadelphia): Sonnet — To Science [B]; To One in Paradise [G]; Coliseum [E]; Bridal Ballad [B].

Scribner’s Monthly (New York): Alone [B].

Southern Literary Messenger (Richmond): Sonnet — To Science [E]; Al Aaraaf [M]; To Helen [B]; Israfel [B]; Irene [B]; The Valley of Unrest [B]; The City in the Sea [B]; A Paean [B]; To One in Paradise [C]; Hymn [B]; Latin Hymn and Song of Triumph [B]; Coliseum [C]: Politian [B]; Parody on Drake [A]; Bridal Ballad [A]; To Zante [A]; To Frances [A]; To Frances S. Osgood [B]; The Raven [C, Q]; Model Verses [B]; Annabel Lee [H].

Southern Opinion (Richmond): Oh, Tempora! Oh, Mores! [C].

Spectator (London): To One in Paradise [A].

Sunday Times (New York): Lenore [C].

Union Magazine of Literature and Art (New York): An Enigma [A]; To Helen [Whitman] [B].

Virginia Cavalcade: Fairyland [D], reproduced from an unidentified Baltimore paper.

Yankee and Boston Literary Gazette: Tamerlane [E]; Al Aaraaf [B]; To —— (“Should my early life seem”) [B]; Fairyland [A].

 


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