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The Quarterly Review Archive | Romantic Circles The Quarterly Review Archive supplies original attributions of articles published in the Quarterly during William Gifford's tenure (1809-25). The site also includes  The Quarterly Review | British periodical | Britannica.com Other articles where The Quarterly Review is discussed: The Edinburgh Review, or The In history of publishing: Literary and scientific magazines Tory rival, founded by the London publisher John Murray and first edited by William Gifford. William Gifford, (born April 1756, Ashburton, Devonshire, Eng.—died Dec. Quarterly Review - Wikipedia The Quarterly Review was a literary and political periodical founded in March 1809 by the well known London publishing house John Murray. It ceased publication in 1967. Its first editor, William Gifford, was appointed by George Canning, at the time Foreign 122, Number 243); William Smith (April 1867 – July 1893, Vol. William Gifford - Wikipedia

Inna Pavlovna Lesnichenko, & Elena Anatolevna Tereshchenko. pp. 10713-10728 | Article Number: ijese.2016.776. Published Online: November 11, 2016

William Gifford (April 1756 – 31 December 1826) was an English critic, editor and poet, famous As editor of the Anti-Jacobin, Gifford published the pro-Tory satires and parodies From 1809 to 1824, he edited the Quarterly Review; in this capacity, His satirical poems are included in volume 4 of British Satire 1785–1840,  william s - eScholarship.org 6 Apr 2016 11 (January-February 1960); see Section C below] and, at end as a Sickness” [originally published in Evergreen Review, Vol.. 5 [(1961)].. by William S. Burroughs, author of Naked Lunch... A51. Mummies. With etchings by Carl Apfelschnitt. 1st ed. (Edition The Michigan Quarterly Review, Vol. Bibliography of Secondary Sources | The Lollard Society Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 40.3 (2010): 439-61. Betteridge considers several lollard sermons and the Testimony of William.. [(In French). According to the author's abstract, “This paper shows how Wyclif is able at the.. (4.6 mb)]. Dallman, W. “John Wiclif.” Theological Quarterly 11 (1907): 41-49,  Volume 11 Issue 18 - International Journal of Environmental ... Inna Pavlovna Lesnichenko, & Elena Anatolevna Tereshchenko. pp. 10713-10728 | Article Number: ijese.2016.776. Published Online: November 11, 2016

Bibliography of Secondary Sources | The Lollard Society Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 40.3 (2010): 439-61. ... Betteridge considers several lollard sermons and the Testimony of William ..... [(In French). ... According to the author's abstract, “This paper shows how Wyclif is able at the ..... (4.6 mb)]. Dallman, W. “John Wiclif.” Theological Quarterly 11 (1907): 41-49, ...

The Quarterly Review Archive | Romantic Circles The Quarterly Review Archive supplies original attributions of articles published in the Quarterly during William Gifford's tenure (1809-25). The site also includes  The Quarterly Review | British periodical | Britannica.com Other articles where The Quarterly Review is discussed: The Edinburgh Review, or The In history of publishing: Literary and scientific magazines Tory rival, founded by the London publisher John Murray and first edited by William Gifford. William Gifford, (born April 1756, Ashburton, Devonshire, Eng.—died Dec. Quarterly Review - Wikipedia The Quarterly Review was a literary and political periodical founded in March 1809 by the well known London publishing house John Murray. It ceased publication in 1967. Its first editor, William Gifford, was appointed by George Canning, at the time Foreign 122, Number 243); William Smith (April 1867 – July 1893, Vol. William Gifford - Wikipedia