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Selected Readings, No. 38

September 14, 1995

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BELGIUM

Van den Bulcke, A. "La famille Lemire et la collection du droit de Medianate (1653-1700)." Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire, 72, 2 (1994): 285-310 [la fonction du credit publique]

Van Eenoo, R., et al. "1992 Bibliography of Works on Belgian History" [in French and Dutch]. Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire, 72, 2 (1994): 381-540.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, HISTORY OF THE BOOK, HISTORY OF PUBLISHING, LIBRARIES, &C.

Forster, Antonia. "'The Self-Impannelled Jury': The Reception of Review Journals, 1749-1760," In Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History, 1993 Annual, ed. Michael Harris (New York: Greenwood Press, 1994), pp. 27-51.

Frearson, Michael. "London Corantos in the 1620s," In Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History, 1993 Annual, ed. Michael Harris (New York: Greenwood Press, 1994), pp. 3-17.

Leth, Goran. "A Protestant Public Sphere: The Early European Newspaper Press." In Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History, 1993 Annual, ed. Michael Harris (New York: Greenwood Press, 1994), pp. 67-90.

Proud, Judith K. "Essence and Impartiality: French-Language Periodical Digest of the Literary Press in the Eighteenth Century." In Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History, 1993 Annual, ed. Michael Harris (New York: Greenwood Press, 1994), pp. 53-65.

"William Mackenzie: America's First Rare Book Collector." Occasional Miscellany of the Library Company of Philadelphia, Winter 1995, pp. [1-2].

CANADA, L'ACADIE, LA NOUVELLE FRANCE, QUEBEC

Andres, B. "L archeologie du monde litteraire de la Quebec." Voix & images, 20, 2 (hiver, 1995): 270-73.

Andres, B. "La generation de la conquete: le temoignage des experiences des ecrivains du nouveau monde." Voix & images, 20, 2 (hiver, 1995): 274-93.

Beaule, I. "L'archeologie du monde litteraire de la Quebec: une bibliographie." Voix & images, 20, 2 (hiver, 1995): 388-99.

Derome, R. "Notes sur ouvrages illustre et litteraire dans le 18e et 19e siecles: le cas de Saint Luc de La Corne." Voix & images, 20, 2 (hiver, 1995): 342-47.

Hare, J. "Apercus dans la correspondance de Joseph Quesnel. Voix & images, 20, 2 (hiver, 1995): 348-61.

Hebert, P., & J. Cotnam. "La Gazette Litteraire de Montreal (1778-1779): notre premiere ouvrage d imagination?" Voix & images, 20, 2 (hiver, 1995): 294-313.

Lesperance, P. "La fortune litteraire de la Journal de Voyage de Saint Luc de La Corne (1778)." Voix & images, 20, 2 (hiver, 1995): 329-41.

Masse, C. "Pierre Roubaud, ecrivain eclectique e et faussaire des documentes historiques des lumieres." Voix & images, 20, 2 (hiver, 1995): 314-28.

Robert, L. "Monsieur Quesnel, ou le Bourgeois Anglomane." Voix & images, 20, 2 (hiver, 1995): 362-87.

CLASSICS

Meulder, M. "Le theme du soldat impie soi-disant dans la litterature europeen." Etudes classiques, 63, 1 (janvier 1995): 39-54.

[see also titles by Hummel listed under France-Literature; by Schmidt listed under Germany-Literature-Schiller, by Fosl listed under Philosophy-Hume; by Farrell listed under Political Thought; by Zande listed under Philosophy; and by Gentilcore listed under US - Colonial & Federal Literature]

ECONOMICS

Clark, G., M. Huberman, & P.H. Lindert. "A British Food Puzzle, 1770-1850." Economic History Review, 48, 2 (May 1995): 215-37.

Gibson, A.J.S., & T.C. Smout. "Regional Prices and Market Regions: The Evolution the Early Modern Scottish Grain Market. Economic History Review, 48, 2 (May 1995): 258-82.

Levy, David. "Metrics of Style: Adam Smith Teaches Efficient Rhetoric." Economic Inquiry, 32 (1994): 138-45.

Mayhew, N.J. "Population, Money Supply, and the Velocity of Circulation in England, 1300-1700." Economic History Review, 48, 2 (May 1995): 238-57.

Sharpe, P. "Continuity and Change: Women's History and Economic History in Britain." Economic History Review, 48, 2 (May 1995): 353-69. [bibliographic essay]

Tanaka, Hideo. "Lord Kames as an Economist: Hume-Tucker Controversy and the Economic Thought of Lord Kames." The Kyoto University Economic Review, 63 (1993): 33-50.

Whatley, C. A. "Women and the Economic Transformation of Scotland, c. 1740-1830." Scottish Economic and Social History, 14 (1994): 19-40.

Whatley, C. A. "New Light on Nef's Numbers: Coal Mining and the First Phase of Scottish Industrialisation, c. 1700-1830," in Industry, Business and Society in Scotland since 1700, ed. A.J.G. Cummings and T. M. Devine (Edinburgh, 1994), 1-23.

[see also titles by Armitage and Ingrassia listed under England-History; by Muramatsu and by Schrank listed under Scotland-History]

ENGLAND - HISTORY

Armitage, David "The Projecting Age : William Paterson and the Bank of England." History Today, 44 (1994): 5-10.

Ingrassia, Catherine. "The Pleasure of Business and the Business of Pleasure: Gender, Credit, and the South Sea Bubble." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 191-210.

* Mackesy, Piers. British Victory in Egypt, 1801: The End of Napoleon's Conquest. Routledge, 1995. 282 pp. ISBN: 0-415--4064-7 [Sir Ralph Abercromby; Sir John Hely-Hutchinson]

Philp, M. "Vulgar Conservatism, 1792-93." English Historical Review, 110, 435 (February 1995): 42-69.

Raphael, D. D. "Adam Ferguson's Tutorship of Lord Chesterfield." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 323 (1994): 209-23.

Robertson, John. "Union, State and Empire: The Britain of 1707 in Its European Setting," in An Imperial State at War: Britain from 1689 to 1815, ed. Lawrence Stone (London, 1994), 224-57.

* Russell, Gillian. The Theatres of War: Performance, Politics, and Society. Oxford: Clarendon, 1995. 211 pp. ISBN: 0-19812263-2 [war with France, 1793-1815]

Sainsbury, J. "Wilkes, Debt, and Patriotism." Journal of British Studies, 34, 2 (April 1995): 165-95/

Siebert, Donald T. "Catherine Macaulay's History of England: Antidote to Hume's History?" Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 303 (1992): 393-96.

Statt, D. "The Case of the Mohocks: Rake Violence in Augustan England." Social History, 20, 2 (May 1995): 179-200.

ENGLAND - LITERATURE

Backscheider, Paula R. "The Cavalier Woman." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 3-27.

* Martin, Peter. Edmond Malone, Shakespearean Scholar: A Literary Biography. Cambridge University Press, 1995. 298 pp. ISBN: 0-521-46030-1 [see also review by David Womersley, The clubman's editor," TLS, 4818 (August 4, 1995): 5-6.

Tenger, Zeyneo, and Paul Trolander. "The Politics of Literary Production: The Reaction to the French Revolution and the Transformation of the English Literary Periodical." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 279-95.

Tooley, B. "Like a False Renegade: The Ends and Means of Feminist Apologetics in A Dialogue Concerning Women and An Essay in Defence of the Female Sex." Eighteenth Century Theory & Interpretation, 36, 2 (Summer 1995): 157-77.

Turner, James Grantham. "The Whores Rhetorick: Narrative, Pornography, and the Origins of the Novel." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 297-306. [Richardson, Cleland, d'Argens, Pallavicino, Behn]

Underwood, T. "Productivism and the Vogue for Energy in Late 18th-Century Britain." Studies in Romanticism, 34, 1 (Spring 1995): 103-26.

BLAKE, WILLIAM

Behrendt, S.C. "A Possible Corollary Source for the Gates of Paradise, Plate 10." Blake, 28, 3 (Winter 1995): 92-3.

Gourlay, A.S. "Philip D. Sherman's Blakes at Brown: Discoveries in the Koopman Collection." Blake, 28, 3 (Winter 1995): 94-99.

Lundeen, K. "Words on Wings: Blake's Textual Spiritualism. Word & Image, 10, 4 (October-December 1994): 343-65.

Sturrock, J. "'What Have I To Do With Thee?' Blake's To Tirzah." Blake, 28, 3 (Winter 1995): 89-91.

Ward, A. "Who was Robert Blake?" Blake, 28, 3 (Winter 1995): 84-88.

[see also titles by Gourlay and by Chayes listed under England - Literature-Young]

BURNEY, FRANCES

*Burney, Frances. The Complete Plays of Frances Burney. Ed. Peter Sabor, Geoffrey M. Still, & Steward J. Cooke. 2 vols. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1995.

Severance, M. "An Unerring Rule: The Reformation of the Father in Frances Burney's Evelina." Eighteenth Century Theory & Interpretation, 36, 2 (Summer 1995): 119-38.

DRYDEN, JOHN

Zwicker, S.N. "Dryden Restored? In Response to the Comments of David Hopkins and D.N. Deluna." TLS, 4184 (July 7, 1995): 16.

FIELDING, HENRY

Cantrell, Pamela. "Writing the Picture: Fielding, Smollett, and Hogarthian Pictorialism." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 69-89.

Goldgar, Bertrand A. "Fact, Fiction, and Letters to the Editor in Fielding's Essay-Journals." In Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History, 1993 Annual, ed. Michael Harris (New York: Greenwood Press, 1994), pp. 19-26.

Haggerty, G.E. "Amelia's Nose: Or, Sensibility and Its Symptoms." Eighteenth Century Theory & Interpretation, 36, 2 (Summer 1995): 139-56.

Rizzo, Betty. "The Gendering of Divinity in Tom Jones." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 259-77.

FIELDING, SARAH

Wilner, Arlene Fish. "Education and Ideology in Sarah Fielding's The Governess." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 307-27.

GRAY, THOMAS

Levine, William. "'Beyond the Limits of a Vulgar Fate': The Renegotiation of Public and Private Concerns of Gray and Other Mid-Eighteenth Century Poets." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 223-42. [Gray, Smart, Collins]

JOHNSON, SAMUEL

Jemielity, Thomas. "Teaching A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland," in Approaches to the Teaching of Samuel Johnson, ed. David R. Anderson and Gwin J. Kolb (New York, 1993), 99-106.

[see also titles under the editorship of Lustig, listed under Scotland - Literature - Boswell]

SHAFTESBURY

Weinsheimer, Joel. "Shaftesbury in Our Time: The Politics of Wit and Humour." Eighteenth Century Theory & Interpretation, 36, 2 (Summer 1995): 178-88.

SMOLLETT, TOBIAS

[see title by Cantrell listed under England-Literature-Fielding]

YOUNG, EDWARD

Chayes, I.H. "Night Thoughts 273 and Mercury at the Crossroads: Constructing Blake's Quarrels with Young." Colby Quarterly, 31, 2 (June 1995): 123-41.

Gourlay, A.S. "A New Coloured Copy of Night Thoughts at Smith College." Blake, 28, 3 (Winter 1995): 100.

FRANCE - HISTORY

* Bonnell, Roland, et Catherine Rubinger, eds. Femmes savantes et femmes d esprit: Women Intellectuals of the French Eighteenth Century. New York: Peter Lang, 1994. 450 pp. ISBN 0-8204-2475-7

Markoff, J. "Violence, emancipation, and democracy: The countryside and the French Revolution." American Historical Review, 100, 2 (April 1995): 360-86.

FRANCE - LITERATURE

* Goulemot, Jean-Marie. Forbidden Texts: Erotic literature and its readers in eighteenth-century France. Tr. James Simson. Oxford: Polity, 1995. 167 pp. ISBN: 0-7456-1021-8

Hummel, Pascale. "Pindarica accademica: les traductions de l'abbe Massieu et de L.-F. Sozzi comme jalons dans la reconquet de Pindare au XVIIIe siecle." International Journal of the Classical Tradition, 1, 4 (printemps, 1995): 63-85

Rancoeur, Rene. "Bibliographie de la litterature francaise (XVIe-XXe Siecles), Annee 1994." Revue d'Histoire Litteraire de la France, 95e annee, nos. 3-4 (May-June 1995): 433-67.

* Saint-Amand, Pierre. The Libertine's Progress: Seduction in the eighteenth-century novel. Tr. Jennifer Curtiss Gage. University Press of New England, 1995. 166 pp. ISBN: 0-87451-686-2

Langue Francaise, 106 (mai 1995) is a special issue on the use of example in language dictionaries, including those of Pomey, Richelet, Furetiere, and Feraud. Articles are in French.

BEAUMARCHAIS

*Howarth, W.D. Beaumarchais and the Theatre. New York: Routledge, 1995.

CREBILLON FILS

Riley, P. "Errancy and Libertine Education in Crebillon Fils' Les Egarements du Coeur et de l'Esprit." French Forum, 20, 2 (mai 1995): 183-200.

DANCOURT

Koch, Philip. "In Search of Angelique: The Dancourt Connection." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 211-22. [Marivaux]

MARIVAUX

Russo, E. "Marivaux et l'ethique feminine de la sociabilite." French Forum, 20, 2 (mai 1995): 165-82.

SADE

* Carpenter, Scott. Acts of Fiction: Resistance and Resolution from Sade to Baudelaire. Penn State University Press, 1995. 198 pp. ISBN: 0-271-01450-4 (cloth); 0-271-01449-0 (paper)

Edmiston, William F. "Nature, Sodomy, and Semantics in Sade's La Philosophie dans le boudoir. Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 121-136.

STAEL

Coleman, Patrick. "Exile and Narrative Voice in Corinne." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 91-105.

GARDEN & LANDSCAPE HISTORY

Bending, S. "Horace Walpole and 18th-Century Garden History." Journal of the Warburg & Courtauld Institutes, 57 (1994): 209-26.

GERMANY - LITERATURE

GOETHE

* Goethe. Wilhelm Meister's Theatrical Calling. Tr. John R. Russell. Columbia, SC: Camden House. 250 pp.

GRIMM

Friemel, B. Miscellaneous Correspondence Between Jakob Grimm and Georg Friedrich Benecke, a Gottingen Librarian [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Germanistik, 5, 1 (1995): 96-102.

SCHILLER

Schmidt, Ernst Gunther. "Plutarch in der deutschen Klassik: Friedrich Schillers Projekt eines Themistokles-Dramas." International Journal of the Classical Tradition, 1, 4 (Spring, 1995): 99-111.

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

* Alcock, N.W., & Linda Hall. Fixtures and Fittings in Dated Houses 1567-1763. Drawings by Linda Hall. Practical Handbook in Archaeology No 11. Council for British Archaeology, Bowes Morrell House, 111 Walmgate, York, YO1 2UA, 1994. 75pp. [wooden fittings such as balusters, panelling and mullions, and iron fittings such as latches, bolts and hinges; England and Wales]

Hewlings, R. "11 Downing Street: John Soane's Work for John Eliot, 1797-1805." Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 39 (1995): 51-72.

Read, A.G. "Monticello's Dumbwaiters." Journal of Architectural Education, 48, 3 (February 1995): 168-75.

Walters, Susan C. "Monticello: Change and Continuity." The Historian, 57, 4 (Summer 1995): 749-56.

HISTORY OF ART

"Federal Profiles: Saint Memin in America, 1793-1814" [exhibit]. American History, 30, 2 (June 1995): 18ff.

BEWICK

Thomson, H. "Narrative Closure in the Vignettes of Thomas and John Bewick." Word & Image, 10, 4 (October-December 1994): 395ff.

HOGARTH

[see title by Cantrell listed under England-Literature-Fielding]

VANLOO

Bajou, T. "Le Portrait de Mme. de Pompadour (c.1760): une oeuvre nouveau de Vanloo." Revue du Louvre-La revue des musees de France, 1 (fevrier 1995): 36-45.

HISTORY OF LAW

Cairns, John C. "From Speculative to Practical Legal Education: The Decline of the Glasgow Law School, 1801-1830." Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis [Legal History Review, Dordrecht], 62 (1994): 331-56.

Cairns, John C. "Adam Smith and the Role of the Courts in Securing Justice and Liberty," in Adam Smith and the Philosophy of Law and Economics, ed. Robin Paul Malloy and Jerry Evensky (Dordrecht, 1994), 31-61.

Elosegui, Maria. "Le role du juge: Hume et les theories contemporaries de l interpretation juridique." Revue interdisciplinaire d etudes juridiques, 32 (1994): 163-89.

Korosec, G. "The Role of Fictions in Law: Hume, Adam Smith, and Bentham." Filozofski Vestnik-Acta Philosophica, 15, 2 (1994): 151-68.

[see also title by Guha listed under India-History]

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

Brunton, Deborah. "Edinburgh and Philadelphia: The Scottish Model of Medical Education," in Scottish Universities: Distinctiveness and Diversity, ed. Jennifer Carter and Donald Withrington (Edinburgh, 1992), pp. 80-86.

Cuppage, Francis E. "Scurvy's Conquest and Sailors' Health." The Historian, 57, 4 (Summer 1995): 695-702.

Gentilcore, David. "Contesting Illness in Early Modern Naples: Miracolati, Physicians and the Congregation of Rites." Past & Present, 148 (August 1995): 117-48.

Mirskii, M.B. "Robert Areskine, 18th-Century Russian Doctor of Scottish Descent: The First Russian Archiater" [in Russian]. Otechestvennaya Istoriya, 2 (March-April 1995): 135-45.

HISTORY OF MUSIC

Buller, Jeffrey L. "Looking Backwards: Baroque Opera and the Ending of the Orpheus Myth. International Journal of the Classical Tradition, 1, 3 (Winter 1995): 57-79. [four Orpheus-based operas from late 15th-c to Gluck's Orfeo ed Euridice]

Cassaro, J.P. "Music Cataloguing and the Future." Fontes Artis Musicæ, 41, 3 (July-September 1995): 245-50.

Fontijn, C.A. "Quantz's Unegal: Implications for the Performance of 18th-Century Music." Early Music, 23, 1 (February 1995): 55-64.

Gertz, J., & S. Blaine. "The Columbia University Libraries Scores Condition Survey." Fontes Artis Musicæ, 41, 3 (July-September 1995): 261-69.

Heune, F.C. "A Flute-Allemande inC and D by Jacob Denner." Early Music, 23, 1 (February 1995): 103-14.

Hoedemaeker, L. "Conservation in the Netherlands: Music Library Archives. Fontes Artis Musicæ, 41, 3 (July-September 1995): 251-55.

Kimbauer, M. "Jacob Denner and the Development of the Flute in Germany. Early Music, 23, 1 (February 1995): 83-102.

Koudal, J.H. "The Music Discovered at Aalholm Manor, Denmark." Fontes Artis Musicæ, 41, 3 (July-September 1995): 270-78.

Sommer, S.T. "Knowing the Score: Preserving Collections of Music." Fontes Artis Musicæ, 41, 3 (July-September 1995): 256-60.

BACH, C.P.E.

Miller, L.E. "C.P.E. Bach and Friedrich Ludwig Dulon." Early Music, 23, 1 (February 1995): 65-82.

Quarg, G. "A Passion Cantata of C.P.E. Bach: the Cologne Markus Passion" [in German]. Musik und Kirche, 65, 2 (March-April 1995): 62-71.

BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN

Breig, W. "An Attempt at a Theory of Bach's Organ Fugue" [in German]. Musikforschung, 48, 1 (January-March 1995): 14-52.

Powell, A., & D. Lasocki. "Bach and the Flute: The Players, the Instruments, the Music." Early Music, 23, 1 (February 1995): 9-30.

Rifkin, J. "Bach's Choruses: Some Red Herrings." Journal of Musicological Research, 14, 3-4 (1995): 223-33. With a comment on Bach's choral ideal by G. Stauffer, 234.

Swack, J. "Quantz and Bach's Sonata in E-Flat-Major for Flute and Cembalo BWV-1031." Early Music, 23, 1 (February 1995): 31-54.

HANDEL

Burrows, Donald & Shaw, Watkins. "Handel's Messiah: Supplementary Notes on Sources." Music & Letters, 76, 3 (August 1995): 356-68.

HAYDN

Hiller, A. "Baroque Music from an Ochshausen Monastery: A Previously Unknown Arrangement of Haydn's Stabat Mater" [in German]. Musik und Kirche, 65, 2 (March-April 1995): 110.

Winkler, G.J. "Haydn's L'Ano, a del Filosofo: A Challenge to the Genre of Opera" [in German]. Osterreichische Musik Zeitschrift, 50, 5 (1995): 283-87.

MOZART

Everson, Jane E. "Of Beaks and Geese: Mozart, Varesco and Francesco Cieco." Music & Letters, 76, 3 (August 1995): 369-83.

"Praeludium in C." Clavier, 34, 6 (July-August 1995): 42ff.

HISTORY OF RELIGION

CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT

* Beeke, Joel R. Assurance of Faith: Calvin, English Puritanism, and the Dutch Second Reformation. 2nd ed. New York: Peter Lang (American University Studies, Series 7, Theology & Religion, 89), 1995. 518 pp. ISBN 0-8204-1428-X [c.1600-1760]

English, J.C. "John Wesley and the Rights of Conscience. Journal of Church and State, 37, 2 (Spring 1995): 349-64.

Fagg, Jane B. "'Complaints and Clamours': The Ministry of Adam Fergusson, 1700-1754." Records of the Scottish Church History Society, 25, pt. 2 (1994): 288-308. [on the father of Adam Ferguson, Scottish philosopher and historian]

Leneman, Leah, & Rosalind Mitchison. "Acquiescence in and Defiance of Church Discipline in Early-Modern Scotland." Records of the Scottish Church History Society, (1993): 19-39.

* Morimoto, Anri. Jonathan Edwards and the Catholic Vision of Salvation. Penn State University Press, 1995. 200 pp. ISBN: 0-271-01453-9

Murray, J.E. "Determinants of membership levels and duration in a Shaker commune, 1780-1880." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 34, 1 (March 1995): 17-34.

Noll, Mark A. "Revolution and the Rise of Evangelical Social Influence in North Atlantic Societies," in Evangelicalism: Comparative Studies of Popular Protestantism in North America, the British Isles, and Beyond, 1700-1990, ed. Mark A. Noll et al. (Oxford, 1994).

O'Brien, Susan. "Eighteenth-Century Publishing Networks in the First Years of Transatlantic Evangelicalism," in Evangelicalism: Comparative Studies of Popular Protestantism in North America, the British Isles, and Beyond, 1700-1990, ed. Mark A. Noll et al. (Oxford, 1994).

Pailin, David A. "The Confused and Confusing Story of Natural Religion." Religion, 24 (1994): 199-212. [Culverwel, John Smith, Samuel Clarke, Tindal, Butler, Ellis, Leland, Hobbes, Hume, William Turner, Wesley, Barrow, Alexander Ross, Bolingbroke, Wollaston, Wilkins, Kant]

Roxburgh, Kenneth B. E. "The Scottish Evangelical Awakening of 1742 and the Religious Societies." Journal of the United Reformed Church History Society, 5 (1994): 260-73.

CHRISTIANITY - ROMAN CATHOLIC

Hubert, O. "La disparition des fetes solenelles dans Quebec." Studies in Religion - Sciences religieuses, 23, 4 (1994): 387-412 [18e et 19e siecles]

HISTORY OF SCIENCE

Bryden, D. J. "John Gedde's Bee-House and the Royal Society." Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 48 (1994): 193-213.

* Geneva, Ann. Astrology and the 17th-Century Mind: William Lilly and the Language of the Stars. Manchester University Press, 1995. 298pp. ISBN 0-7190-4154-6

Guerrini, Anita. "Chemistry Teaching at Oxford and Cambridge, circa 1700, in Alchemy and Chemistry in the 16th and 17th Centuries, ed. P. Rattansi and A. Clericuzio (Dordrecht, 1994), 183-99. [deals with John Keill and James Crawford]

Principe, Lawrence M. "Virtuous Romance and Romantic Virtuoso: The Shaping of Robert Boyle's Literary Style." Journal of the History of Ideas, 56, 3 (July 1995): 377-97.

Staum, Martin. "Physiognomy and Phrenology at the Paris Athenee." Journal of the History of Ideas, 56, 3 (July 1995): 443-62. [Lavater; early 19th c Lycee & Athenee lecturers Jean-Joseph Sue fils, Jacques-Louis Moreau de la Sarthe; Franz-Joseph Gall, Johann Gaspar Spurzheim, Ulysse Trelat, & Felix Voisin]

* Whitefield, Peter. The Mapping of the Heavens. British Library, 1995. 134pp. ISBN: 0-7123-0402-9

Wood, P. B. "Science, the Universities, and the Public Sphere in Eighteenth-Century Scotland." History of Universities, 13 (1994): 99-135.

HUNGARY

Mrva, I. "The Main Reasons for the Francis II Rakoczi Uprising in 1703" [in Slovak]. Historicky Casopis, 42, 4 (1994): 640-60.

INDIA - HISTORY

Guha, Sumit. "Theatre State or Box Office State? A Note on the Political Economy of 18th-Century India." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 31, 4 (October-December 1994): 519-24.

Guha, Sumit. "An Indian Penal Regime: Maharashtra in the Eighteenth Century." Past & Present, 147 (May 1995): 101-126.

IRELAND - LITERATURE

SWIFT

Hammond, Brean S. "Corinna's Dream: An Approach to Swift's 'A Beautiful Young Nymph Going to Bed.'" Eighteenth Century Theory & Interpretation, 36, 2 (Summer 1995): 99-118.

Maresca, Thomas E. "Men Imagining Women Imagining Men: Swift's Cadenus and Vanessa." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 243-57.

ITALY

Ross, Ian. "Adam Smith and the 'Modern Genius of Italy'," in Il passaggiere italiano: Saggi sulle letterature di lingua inglese in onore di Sergio Rossi, ed. Renzo S. Crivelli and Luigi Sampietro (Rome, 1994), pp. 421-36.

[see also title by Gentilcore listed under History of Medicine]

MARITIME HISTORY

Darricaulugat, C. "Privateering in the Basque Region and Bayonne (1663-1698) according to Admiralty Registers in Bayonne" [in French]. Revue historique, 588 (octobre-decembre 1993): 393-442.

[see also title by Cuppage listed under History of Medicine]

MATERIAL CULTURE

Ville la Petit, I. "Les techniques de fabrication a l usage de modeler des sceaux, 15e-19e siecles." Bibliotheque de l'ecole de Chartes, 152, 2 (juillet-decembre 1994): 511-20.

[see also title by Alcock & Hall listed under History of Architecture]

MISCELLANEOUS

* Campion, Nicholas. The Great Year: Astrology, Millenarianism, and History in the Western Tradition. Penguin, 1995. 696 pp. ISBN: 0-14019296-4

* Whitefield, Peter. The Image of the World: Twenty Centuries of World Maps. British Library, 1995. 144pp. ISBN: 0-7123-0338-3

PHILOSOPHY

Barnouw, Jeffrey. "The Cognitive Value of Confusion and Obscurity in the German Enlightenment: Leibniz, Baumgarten, and Herder." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 29-50.

Fosl, Peter S. "Empiricism, Difference, and Common Life." Man and World, 26 (1993): 319-28.

Purviance, Susan. "What Makes Utility the Moral Quality of Actions?" History of Philosophy Quarterly, (1994).

Zande, Johan van der. "In the Image of Cicero: German Philosophy between Wolff and Kant." Journal of the History of Ideas, 56, 3 (July 1995): 419-42. [Christian Wolff; Johann August Ernesti; Moses Mendelssohn; Christian Garve; Kant]

BERKELEY

* Muehlmann, Robert G., ed. Berkeley's Metaphysics: Structural, Interpretive, and Critical Essays. Penn State University Press, 1995. 288 pp. ISBN 0-271-01427-X [including Edwin B. Allaire, "Berkeley's Idealism: Yet Another Visit"; Alan & David Hausman, "A New Approach to Berkeley's Ideal Reality"; Fred Wilson, "On the Hausmans' New Approach"; R.G. Muehlmann, "The Substance of Berkeley's Philosophy"; Phillip D. Cummins, "Berkeley's Manifest Qualities Thesis"; George Pappas, "Berkeleian Idealism and Impossible Performances"; R.G. Muehlmann, "Berkeley's Problem of Sighted Agency"; Robert Imlay, "Berkeley and Action"; Catherine Wilson, "On Imlay 's Berkeley and Action"; Lisa Downing, "Berkeley's Case Against Realism about Dynamics"; Robert Schwartz, "Seeing Distance from a Berkeleian Perspective"; Margaret Atherton, "Berkeley without God"; Charles J. McCracken, "Godless Immaterialism: On Atherton's Berkeley" [this collection includes the 1st 4 winners of the Turbayne International Berkeley essay prize]

BUTLER, JOSEPH

Louden, Robert B. "Butler's Divine Utilitarianism." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 12, 3 (July 1995): 265-80.

FICHTE

Rockmore, T. "Fichtean Circularity, Antifoundationalism and Groundless System." Idealistic Studies, 25, 1 (Winter 1995): 107ff.

HUME

Arnold, Denis G. "Hume on the Moral Difference Between Humans and Other Animals." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 12, 3 (July 1995): 303-16.

Box, M. A. "How Disturbed Was Hume by His Own Skepticism?" 1650-1850, 1 (1994): 295-316.

Bruhlmeier, Daniel. "Nach dem Verlust der Tugend, Halt an der Tradition? Eine Debatte mit Alasdair MacIntyre." Zeitschrift fur philosophische Forschung, 47 (1993): 434ff. [on his treatment of Hume]

Emerson, Roger L. "The 'Affair' at Edinburgh and the 'Project' at Glasgow: The Politics of Hume's Attempts to Become a Professor," in Hume And Hume's Contemporaries, ed. M.A. Stewart & John P. Wright (Edinburgh University Press, 1994; University Park: Penn State University Press, 1995), pp. 1-22.

Fosl, Peter S. "Doubt and Divinity: Cicero's Influence on Hume's Religious Skepticism." Hume'studies, 20 (1994): 103-20.

Kuehn, Manfred. "Kant's Critique of Hume's Theory of Faith," in Hume And Hume's Contemporaries, ed. M.A. Stewart & John P. Wright (Edinburgh University Press, 1994; Penn State University Press, 1995), pp. 239-55.

Moore, James. "Hume and Hutcheson," in Hume And Hume's Contemporaries, ed. M.A. Stewart & John P. Wright (Edinburgh University Press, 1994; Penn State University Press, 1995), pp. 23-57.

Sapp, V.J. "The Philosopher's Seduction: Hume and the Fair Sex." Philosophy and Literature, 19, 1 (April 1995): 1-15.

Shaver, Robert. "Hume's Moral Theory." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 12, 3 (July 1995): 317-332.

Stewart, M. A. "An Early Fragment on Evil," in Hume And Hume's Contemporaries, ed. M.A. Stewart & John P. Wright (Edinburgh University Press, 1994; Penn State University Press, 1995), pp. 160-70.

Stewart, M. A. Hume's Historical View of Miracles, in Hume and Hume's Contemporaries, Ed. M.A. Stewart & John P. Wright (Edinburgh University Press, 1994; Penn State University Press, 1995), pp. 171-200.

Thiel, Udo. "Hume's Notions of Consciousness and Reflection in Context." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 2 (1994): 75-115.

Wood, P. B. "Hume, Reid, and the Science of the Mind," in Hume and Hume's Contemporaries, ed. M.A. Stewart & John P. Wright (Edinburgh University Press, 1994; Penn State University Press, 1995), pp. 119-39.

HUTCHESON

Gill, Michael B. "Nature and Association in the Moral Theory of Francis Hutcheson." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 12, 3 (July 1995): 281-302.

KANT

Cicovacki, P. "On the Normative Aspect of Concepts as Rules: An Essay on Kant's Transcendental Deduction." Idealistic Studies, 25, 1 (Winter 1995): 25-49.

Euler, W. & G. Stiening. "The Importance of Kant's Administrative Activities" [in German]. Kant-Studien, 86, 1 (1995): 54-69.

Falkenburg, B. "Kant's Second Antinomy and Physics" [in German]. Kant-Studien, 86, 1 (1995): 4-25.

Falkenstein, L. "The Great Light of 1769: A Humeian Awakening? Comments on Lothar Kreimendahl's Account of Hume's Influence on Kant." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 77, 1 (1995): 63- 79.

Frangiotti, M.A. "Refuting Kant's Refutation of Idealism." Idealistic Studies, 25, 1 (Winter 1995): 93-106.

Goetschel, W. "Literary Strategy in Kant's Zum Ewigen Frieden" [in German]. Weimarer Beitrage, 41, 1 (1995): 120.

Heinrichs, T. "The Marriage as a Place of Equal Desire: A New Attempt at Evaluating the Kantian Marriage Concept" [in German]. Kant-Studien, 86, 1 (1995): 41-53.

Jimenez, J.D. "Kant: Religion as Pure Moral Veneration of God [in Spanish]. Pensamiento, 51, 199 (January-April 1995): 69-88.

Klepec, P. "Kant's Transcendental Ideal as Fiction." Filozofski Vestnik - Acta Philosophica, 15, 2 (1994): 97-110.

Mosser, K. "Kant's Critical Model of the Experiencing Subject." Idealistic Studies, 25, 1 (Winter 1995): 1-24.

Rueger, A. "Brain Water, the Ether, and the Art of Constructing Systems: The Relation of Kant's Opus Posthumum to Critique of Pure Reason and the Critique of Judgment." Kant-Studien, 86, 1 (1995): 26-40.

Schaller, Walter E. "From the Groundwork to the Metaphysics of Morals: What Happened to Morality in Kant's Theory of Justice?" History of Philosophy Quarterly, 12, 3 (July 1995): 333-45.

Schusterstein, P. "Kant's Philosophy in Romania" [in German]. Kant-Studien, 86, 1 (1995): 70-86.

Segura, A. "Identity and Relation in Kant: A Priori Synthetic Judgment as Principles" [in Spanish]. Pensamiento, 51, 199 (January-April 1995): 43-68.

Van der Zande, Johan. "In the Image of Cicero: German Philosophy between Wolff and Kant." Journal of the History of Ideas, 56, 3 (July 1995): 419-42.

Zoller, G. "Michel Foucault's Dissertation on Kant's Anthroplogie in Pragmatischer Hinsicht" [in German]. Kant-Studien, 86, 1 (1995): 128ff.

SCOTTISH ENLIGHTENMENT

Angles, Misericordia. "Sentit comu, vida practica: un esclariment de la multiplicitat significativa de la nocio sentit comu." Convivium, 3 (1992): 23-38.

Bator, Paul G. "The Unpublished Rhetoric Lectures of Robert Watson, Professor of Logic, Rhetoric, and Metaphysics at the University of St. Andrews, 1756-1778." Rhetorica, 12 (1994): 67-113.

Brown, Leslie Ellen. The Idea of Life as a Work of Art in Scottish Enlightenment Discourse." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 51-67. [Hutcheson, Shaftesbury, Monboddo, Adam Smith, Ferguson, Hume, Reid, Donaldson, Gregory, Arthur, Kames]

* Ferguson, Adam. The Correspondence of Adam Ferguson. Ed. Vincenzo Merolle, Jane B. Fagg, & Kenneth Wellesley. London: Pickering & Chatto, 1995. 2 vols. ISBN: 1-85196-140-2

Haakonssen, Knud. "Introduction, The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart (reprint, Bristol, 1994), I: v-xiv.

Hammett, I. Maxwell. "James Burnett, Lord Monboddo," in The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics (London and Aberdeen, 1993).

Hammett, I. Maxwell. "James Burnett, Lord Monboddo," in Lexicon Grammaticorum (1994).

Stewart-Robertson, Charles. "De Communi Vinculo: Body, Mind, and Other Scottish Concordances." Rivista di storia della filosofia, 2 (1994): 263-86.

Suderman, Jeffrey M. "The Context of George Campbell's The Philosophy of Rhetoric: A New Perspective." Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 9 (Spring 1995): 9-11.

Ulman, H. Lewis, & Dennis Quon. "Semiotics in Eighteenth-Century Aberdeen: Thomas Gordon's Contributions to the Aberdeen Philosophical Society 1761-1763." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 317 (1994): 57-115.

Wright, John P. "Butler and Hume on Habit and Moral Character," in Hume And Hume's Contemporaries, ed. M.A. Stewart & John P. Wright (Edinburgh University Press, 1994; Penn State University Press, 1995), pp. 105-18.

ROUSSEAU

Cladis, M.S. "Tragedy and Theodicy: A Meditation on Rousseau and Moral Evil." Journal of Religion, 75, 2 (April 1995): 181-99.

SMITH, ADAM

Harkin, Maureen. "Smith's The Thory of Moral Sentiments: Sympathy, Women, and Education." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 175-90.

Ross, Ian. "Adam Smith and the 'Noblest Prospect,'" in Literature in Context: Festschrift for Horst Drescher (Frankfurt, 1992), pp. 35-51.

Ulman, H. Lewis. "Adam Smith," in Eighteenth-Century British and American Rhetorics and Rhetoricians: Critical Studies and Sources, ed. Michael G. Moran (Westport, Conn., 1994), 207-18.

[see also titles by Levy listed under Economics, by Cairns under History of Law, and by Ross under Italy]

SPINOZA

Beltran, Miquel. "Tolerance and Freedom of Conscience in the Works of Spinoza: Remarks on the Mignini Hypothesis" [in Italian]. Rivista di Filosofia Neo-Scolastica, 86, 4 (1994): 738-46. With a response by Filippo Mignini, 747-49.

Winch, P. "Mind, Body, and Ethics in Spinoza." Philosophical Investigations, 18, 3 (July 1995): 216-34.

VICO

Crease, Robert P. "Narrative, the Scienza Nuova, and the Barbarism of Reflection." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 107-119.

* Danesi, Marcel. Giambattista Vico and the Cognitive Science Enterprise. New York: Peter Lang (Emory Vico Studies, 4), 1995. 184 pp. ISBN 0-8204-2402-1

Pons, A. "Vico, Hercule, et le principe heroique soi-disant d'histoire." Etudes philosophiques, 4 (octobre-decembre 1994): 489-506.

POLITICAL THOUGHT

* Boesche, Roger. Theories of Tyranny, From Plato to Arendt. Penn State University Press, 1995. 544 pp. ISBN: 0-271-01457-1 (cloth); 0-271-01458- X (paper)

Elosegui, Maria. "Comunitarismo Versos Liberalismo." Anuario de Filosofia del Verecho, 11 (1994): 619-32.

Farrell, James M. "Letters and Political Judgment: John Adams and Cicero's Style." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 137-53.

Guelzo, Allen C. "From Calvinist Metaphysics to Republican Theory: Jonathan Edwards and James Dana on Freedom of the Will." Journal of the History of Ideas, 56, 3 (July 1995): 399-418.

Helfield, R. "Constructive Treason and Godwin's Treasonous Constructions." Mosaic, 28, 2 (June 1995): 43-62.

Primer, Irwin. "Lord Forbes of Pitsligo and the Maxims of La Rochefoucauld." 1650-1850, 1 (1994): 347-68.

Rashid, Salim. "Thomas Munro and the Malthusian Attack on Communist Utopias." Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 9 (Spring 1995): 12-15. [Munro in India; Malthus on population; Wollstonecraft]

Ravitch, N. "Far Short of Bigotry: Burke on Church Establishments and Confessional States." Journal of Church and State, 37, 2 (Spring 1995): 365-84.

Sher, Richard B. "From Troglodytes to Americans: Montesquieu and the Scottish Enlightenment on Liberty, Virtue, and Commerce," in Republicanism, Liberty, and Commercial Society, 1649-1776, ed. David Wootton (Stanford, Ca., 1994), pp. 368-402.

SCOTLAND - HISTORY

Bryden, D. J. "James Watt, Merchant: The Glasgow Years, 1754-1774," in Perceptions of Great Engineers: Fact and Fantasy, ed. Denis Smith (London, 1994), pp. 9-21.

Desbrisay, Gordon. "Quakers and the University: The Aberdeen Debate of 1675." History of Universities, 13 (1994): 87-98.

Houston, R. A. "'Bustling Artisans': Church Patronage at South Leith in the 1740s and 1750s." Albion, 26 (1994): 55-77.

Houston, R. A. "The Economy of Edinburgh, 1694-1763: The Evidence of the Common Good," in Conflict and Identity in the History of Scotland and Ireland from the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century (Preston, 1993), ed. S. J. Connolly, et al., pp. 45-62.

Houston, R. A. "Eighteenth-Century Scottish Studies: Out of the Laager?" Scottish Historical Review, 73 (1994): 64-81. Printed with C.A. Whatley's, "Response: Flat Laager?" pp. 82-88.

Houston, R. A. "Fraud in the Scottish Linen Industry: Edinburgh Charity Workhouse, 1745-1758." Archives, 21 (1994): 43-56.

Houston, R. A. "Literacy, Education and the Culture of Print in Enlightenment Edinburgh." History, 78 (1993): 373-92.

Houston, R. A. "The Military in Edinburgh Society, 1660-1760." War & Society, 11 (1993): 41-56.

Kidd, Colin. "The Canon of Patriotic Landmarks in Scottish History." Scotlands, 1 (1994): 1-17.

Landsman, Ned C. "The Provinces and the Empire: Scotland, the American Colonies and the Development of British Provincial Identity," in An Imperial State at War: Britain from 1689 to 1815, ed. Lawrence Stone (London, 1994), pp. 258-87.

Muramatsu, Shigemi. "On William Seton's The Interest of Scotland in Three Essays." The Review of Kumamoto University of Commerce, 1993. [in Japanese]

Schrank, Gilbert. "Crossroad of the North: Proto-Industrialization in the Orkney Islands, 1730-1840." Journal of European Economic History, 21 (1992) [1993].

Sher, Richard B. "Clubs and Societies, Eighteenth Century," in Dictionary of Scottish Church History and Theology, ed. Nigel M. de S. Cameron et al. (Edinburgh, 1993), pp. 191-92.

Vincent, E. "The Responses of Scottish Churchmen to the French Revolution." Scottish Historical Review, 73, 196 (October 1994): 191-215.

Whatley, C. A. "The Privilege which the Rabble Have to Be Riotous: Carnivalesque and the Monarch's Birthday in Scotland, c. 1700-1860," in Labour and Leisure in Historical Perspective, ed. I. Blanchard (Stuttgart, 1994), pp. 89-100.

Williamson, Arthur H. "Scotland and the British Revolutions." Scottish Historical Review, 73 (1994): 117-27.

Williamson, Arthur H. "'A Pil for Pork-Eaters': Ethnic Identity, Apocalyptic Promises, and the Strange Creation of the Judeo-Scots," in The Expulsion of the Jews: 1492 and After, ed. Raymond B. Waddington and A. H. Williamson (New York, 1994), pp. 237-58.

SCOTLAND - LITERATURE

Crawford, T., et al. "The Year's Work in Scottish Literary and Linguistic Studies, 1990: Medieval-1990, Folk Literature and Language." Scottish Literary Journal, 46, 1 (Spring 1995): 1-86.

Pittock, Murray G. H. "Sources and Dates for the Jacobite Song." Archives, 20 (1993): 25-29.

Pittock, Murray G. H. "Jacobite Images of Womanhood" [long abstract]. Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 304 (1992): 841-44.

BOSWELL

Kullman, Colby H. "Appreciating Gall: Boswell's Frank Wit." 1650-1850, 1 (1994): 369-80.

* Lustig, Irma S., ed. Boswell, Citizen of the World, Man of Letters. University Press of Kentucky, 1995. 288 pp. ISBN: 0-8131-1910-3. Articles include: Marlies K. Danziger, "Boswell's Travels through the German, Swiss, and French Enlightenment"; Peter F. Perreten, "Boswell's Response to European Landscape"; Richard B. Sher, "Something that Put Me in Mind of My Father: Boswell and Lord Kames"; Michael Fry, "James Boswell, Henry Dundas, and Enlightened Politics"; Thomas Crawford, "Politics in the Boswell-Temple Correspondence"; John Strawhorn, "Master of Ulubrae: Boswell as Enlightened Laird"; Carey McIntosh, "Rhetoric and Runts: Boswell's Artistry"; William P. Yarrow, "'Casts a Kind of Glory Round It': Metaphor and the Life of Johnson"; Isobel Grundy, "'Over Him We Hang Vibrating': Uncertainty in the Life of Johnson"; John B. Radner, "Pilgrimage and Autonomy: The Visit to Ashbourne"; Irma S. Lustig, "My Dear Enemy: Margaret Mongomerie Boswell in the Life of Johnson"; Hirobe Suwabe, "Appendix: Boswell's Meetings With Johnson, A New Count."

BURNS

Ferguson, Moira. "Janet Little and Robert Burns: An Alliance with Reservations." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 24 (1995): 155-74.

McGuirk, Carol. "Burns and Nostalgia," in Burns Now, ed. Kenneth Simpson (Edinburgh, 1994), pp. 31-69.

McGuirk, Carol. "George Thomson and Robert Burns: With Friends Like These..." Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 9 (Spring 1995): 16-20.

Whatley, C. A. "Burns: Work, Kirk and Community in Later Eighteenth-Century Scotland," in Burns Now, ed. Kenneth Simpson (Edinburgh, 1994), pp. 92-116.

MACPHERSON

Gaskill, Howard. "Ossian in Europe." Canadian Review of Comparative Literature, 21 (1994): 643-78.

MacCraith, Michael. "From Morven to Oostende: The Fate of Macpherson's Ossian." Europa van de dichter, 13 (Leuven, 1991): 246-61.

Weinbrot, Howard. "Celts, Greeks, and Germans: Macpherson's Ossian and the Celtic Epic." 1650-1850, 1 (1994): 3-22.

SMELLIE

Kafker, Frank A. "William Smellie's Edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 315 (1994): 145-82.

THEATRE HISTORY

ENGLAND

Milhous, Judith, & Robert D. Hume. "Receipts at Drury Lane: Richard Cross's Diary for 1746-47, II." Theatre Notebook, 49, 2 (1995): 69-90.

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

Breen, L.A. "Heterodoxy, the Artillery Company, and Cultural Integration in 17th-Century Boston." New England Quarterly, 68, 1 (March 1995): 3-43.

Gould, P. "New England Witch-Hunting and the Politics of Reason in the Early Republic." New England Quarterly, 68, 1 (March 1995): 58-82.

* Ireland, Owen S. Religion, Ethnicity, and Politics: Ratifying the Constitution in Pennsylvania. Penn State University Press, 1995. 288 pp. ISBN: 0-271-01433-4 (cloth); 0-271-01434-2 (paper)

Lenman, Bruce P. "Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity." Colonial Williamsburg, (1993): 40-48. [on Scottish origins of Freemasonry in colonial Virginia]

Mason, Keith. "A Loyalist's Journey: James Parker's Response to the Revolutionary Crisis." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 102 (1994); 139-66.

Matthewson, T. "Jefferson and Haiti." Journal of Southern History, 61, 2 (May 1995): 209-48.

Raynor, David, & Andrew Skinner. "Sir James Steuart: Nine Letters on the American Conflict, 1775-1778." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd ser., 51 (1994): 755-76.

* Smith, Billy G., ed. Life in Early Philadelphia: Documents from the Revolutionary and Early National Periods. Penn State University Press, 1995. 320 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-271-01457-7 (cloth), 0-271-01455-5 (paper).

Wood, G.S. "A Century of Writing early American History: Then and Now Compared, Or, How Henry Adams Got It Wrong." American Historical Review, 100, 3 (June 1995): 678-97.

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL LITERATURE

Gentilcore, Roxanne M. "Ann Eliza Bleecker's Wilderness Pastoral: Reading Vergil in Colonial America." International Journal of the Classical Tradition, 1, 4 (Spring, 1995): 86-98.

BOLLING, ROBERT

Stabile, S. "A Circumstantial Account or, The Rake's Design." American Literature, 67,1 (March 1995): 1-22.

BRADSTREET, ANNE

Scheick, W.J. "Logonomic Conflict in Anne Bradstreet's 'A Letter to Her Husband.'" Essays in Literature, 21, 2 (Autumn 1994): 166-84.

WHEATLEY, PHYLLIS

Willard, C. "Wheatley's Turns of Praise: Heroic Entrapment and the Paradox of Revolution." American Literature, 67, 2 (June 1995): 233-56.

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