The American Whig Review, Volumen13

Wiley and Putnam, 1851

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On pp. 267-269 of "The American Whig Review," New York, 1851, there appears a short essay on Longus's novel, "Daphnis and Chloe." The essay is headed "Madame D'Arblay," also known as Fanny Burney. It's followed on pp. 269-273 by a memoir of Fanny Burney and her works.
A similar essay, though much longer, appears on pp. 347-366 of "The Liberal", Volume 1, published in London in 1822.
An answer to the essay in "The Liberal" appears on pp. 277-295 of "Knight's Quarterly Magazine," Vol. 1, June-October 1823, London, 1823. The author's name is given in the table of contents, pp. i-iii, as Hamilton Murray, who has contributed other pieces to the same volume.

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