C18-L: Resources for 18th-century studies

across the disciplines






June 15, 1993



Compiled and edited by Kevin Berland, with the able assistance of the Volunteer Fire Brigade, viz., Benoît Melançon, Jeffrey Merrick, Irwin Primer, and Richard Sher.


[These early editions of Selected Readings, originally circulated as longish text messages to C18-L subscribers, are now being posted here on the C18-L Website with minimal re-editing. Note that we formerly used abbreviations for journals. To find the key to abbreviations, please follow this link - Old SR Abbreviation Key]


Pocock, J.G.A. "Tangata Whenua and Enlightenment Anthropology." New Zealand Journal of History, 26 (1992): 28-53.


Moore, James. "A Scots-Irish Bookseller in Holland: William Smith of Amsterdam (1698-1741.)" Eighteenth Century Scotland, 7 (Spring 1993): 8-11.

Romero y Romero, C. "Three Jesuit Libraries in Mission Vilages: Buenavista, Paila, and Santa Rosa, in the Region of Moxos" [in Spanish]. Revista de Indias, 52, 195-6 (May-December 1992): 889-922.

White, P.; R. Bagley, E. Cory, M. Underwood, & G.H. Williams. "The Arrangement of Estate Records: Scheme to Assist any Archivist Faced with a Large Estate Archive to Sort, Arrange, and List." Journal of the Society of Archivists, 13, 1 (Spring 1992): 1-8.

[See also listings under Research Resources]


Angelov, D. "The Bulgarian Nationality in the 9th-19th Centuries." Bulgarian Historical Review/Revue bulgare d'histoire, 1-2 (1992): 13-27.

Gjulev, B. "Albanian Settlers in the Bulgarian Lands (Late 15th to 18th Centuries)" [in German]. Bulgarian Historical Review/Revue bulgare d'histoire, 1-2 (1992): 95-106.

Zecev, N. "Bucharest as a Cultural Centre of the Bulgarians During the Renaissance (18th-19th Centuries" [in French]. Bulgarian Historical Review/Revue bulgare d'histoire, 1-2 (1992): 28-43.


Mason, K. "The World of an Absentee Planter and His Slaves: William Stapleton and His Nevis Sugar Estate, 1722-1740." Bulletin of The John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 75, 1 (Spring 1993): 103-32.

[see also title by Karras listed under US & Colonial History;]


R.W. Shirley. "The Dallas Pratt Map Collection [American Museum in Britain]: Early Cartography." Magazine Antiques, 143, 3 (March 1993): 462 ff.


Trauzettel, R. "Chinese Thoughts on Fear and Anxiety: A Mentality-History of the Chinese During the Middle Ages and Early Modern Era" [in German]. Sæculum, 43, 4 (1992): 307-24.


Ijsewijn, J., & D. Sacre. "The Ultimate Efforts to Save Latin as the Means of International Communication, c.1760-1840." History of European Ideas, 16, 1-3 (January 1993): 51-66.


In the Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 74, 3 (Autumn 1992), you will find a special section on Computers and the Humanities. Articles include: S.W. Baskerville, P. Adman, & K.F. Beedham, "Præferring a Whig to a Whimsical: The Cheshire Election of 1715 Reconsidered" (139-68); P.W. Conner,"Hypertext in the Last Days of the Book" (7-24); D. Keen, S. Rahtz, & P. Ucko, "Visualization of the Antiquarian Record in Archaeology" (121-38); and K. Sutherland "Challenging Assumptions: Women Writers, the Literary Canon, and New Technology" (109-120).

The Times Literary Supplement (TLS), 4700 (April 30 1993) features articles on Information and Technology, including R. Potts on Columbia-Grainger's CD-ROM World of Poetry, the English Poetry Full-Text Database, and the E-text Poetical Works of Coleridge (7); D. Horspool, "Electronic Reference Works" (8); and Hugh Kenner, "The Scholar's Friend: The Irresistible Rise of the Word Processor" (10).

[See also title by Lewcock listed under History of Theatre;]


Berry, Christopher J. "Adam Smith and the Virtues of Commerce," in Virtue (Nomos 34), ed. J. Chapman and W. Golston (New York, 1992).

Letwin, William. "The Wealth of Adam Smith" [review of Jerry Z. Muller, Adam Smith in his Time and Ours. TLS, 4691 (February 26, 1993): 9.

Ormrod, D. "The Atlantic Economy and the 'Protestant Capitalist

International.'" Historical Research, 66 (1993): 197-208.

Streminger, G. "Market, Motives, Moral Institutions: On Adam Smith's Moral Philosophy" [in German]. Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 74, 3 (1992): 272-302.

[See also titles by O'Brian and by Charlesworth listed below under England - History;]


Avery, Gillian. "Empty pockets and hard heads" [review of Pamela Rae, Turtle at Mr. Humble's: The Fortunes of a Mercantile Family in England and America, 1758-1837 (Utley: Smith Settle, 1993)]. TLS, 4698 (April 16, 1993): 32.

* Carswell, John. The South Sea Bubble. New ed. Far Thrupp: Sutton, 1993. 293 pp.

Charlesworth, Andrew. "Moral Economy, Political Economy, 1790-1812." Social History, 18 (1993):

* Ferguson, Moira. Subject to Others: British Women Writers and Colonial Slavery, 1670-1834. London: Routledge, 1993. 405 pp.

Lowe, William C. "George III, Peerage Creations and Politics, 1760-1784." Historical Journal, 35 (1992): 587-609.

Morriss, R. "The Papers of John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich (1718-1792)." Journal of the Society of Archivists, 13, 1 (Spring 1992): 64-70.

O'Brien, P. K., & P. A. Hunt. "The Rise of a Fiscal State in England, 1485-1815." Historical Research, 66 (1993): 129-76.

Sawday, J. "Re-Writing a Revolution: History, Symbol, and Text in the Restoration." Seventeenth Century, 7, 2 (Autumn 1992): 171-200.

Zook, M. "Early Whig Ideology: Ancient Constitutionalism and Rev. Samuel Johnson." Journal of British Studies, 32, 2 (April 1993): 139-65.

[See also title by Baskerville et al. listed above under Computers & the Humanities]


Forster, A. "Eighteenth-Century Shakespeare: Samuel Badcock, A Would-Be Editor." Shakespeare Quarterly, 44, 1 (Spring 1993): 44-53.


Pinion, F.B. "Jane Austen and the Name 'Richard.'" Notes and Queries, 40, 1 (March 1993): 38.


Behrendt, S.C. "History When Time Stops: Blake's 'America,' 'Europe,' and the 'Song of Los.'" Papers on Language and Literature, 28, 4 (Autumn 1992): 379-97.

Cox, P. "Blake, Marvell, Milton, and Young: A Further Possible Source for a 'Proverb of Hell.'" Notes and Queries, 40, 1 (March 1993): 37.


Ashworth, P. "Friends of Defoe: Possibility of Formation of a New Literary Society Devoted to Daniel Defoe" [correspondence]. History Today, 43 (April 1993): 61.

Nokes, David. "Gibbewish and pawwot-wot" [review of the musical Moll Flanders at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, using English ballad tunes, some of which were used in the Beggar's Opera]. TLS (May 7, 1993): 10.


Clingham, Greg. "Johnson's Prayers and Meditations and the 'Stolen Diary Problem': Reflections on a Biographical Quiddity." The Age of Johnson, 4 (1991): 83-95.

O'Brien, Karen. "Johnson's View of the Scottish Enlightenment in A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland." The Age of Johnson, 4 (1991): 59-82.

Ziegler, R. "Recent Books on Johnson and Boswell" [review essay]. Papers on Language and Literature, 28, 4 (Autumn 1992): 457-75.

[See also titles listed under Scotland-Literature-Boswell;]


Varney, A. "Clarissa's Moral in the Rape of the Lock." Essays in Criticism, 43, 1 (January 1993): 17-32.

Wheeler, D. "So Easy to Be Lost: Poet and Self in Pope's Temple of Fame." Papers on Language and Literature, 29, 1 (Winter 1993): 3-27.


Fasick, L. "Sentiment, Authority, and the Female Body in the Novels of Samuel Richardson." Essays in Literature, 19, 2 (Autumn 1992): 193-203.

McAllister, M.E. "Popean Echoes in Pamela: The Lady Danvers Scene." Papers on Language and Literature, 28, 4 (Autumn 1992): 374-8.


D. Heiland. "Swan Songs: The Correspondence of Anna Seward and James Boswell." Modern Philology, 90, 3 (February 1993): 381-91.


Jansen, E. "Romantic Nationalism in Estonia: Late 18th Century to 1918." History of European Ideas, 16, 1-3 (January 1993): 337-42.


Allen, Edward. "L'Influence des cahiers modèles en 1789: L'Experience du Gard." Annales historiques de la révolution française, 291 (1993): 13-32.

Beaur, Gerard. "La Révolution et la question agraire: Vieux problèmes et perspectives nouvelles (note critique)." Annales, 48 (1993): 135-46.

Benitez, Miguel. "La Diffusion du Traité des trois imposteurs au XVIIIe siècle." Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, 40 (1993): 137-51.

Enaux, Anne-Marie, & Pierre Retat. "La Gazette d'Amsterdam, journal de référence: La Collection du Ministère des Affaires etrangères." Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, 40 (1993): 152 ff.

Genty, Maurice. "Controverses autour de la Garde Nationale parisienne." Annales historiques de la révolution française, 291 (1993): 61-88.

Lusebrink, Hans-Jurgen. "L'Innocence persecutée et ses avocats: Rhetorique et impact public du discours 'sensible' dans la France du XVIIIe siècle." Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, 40 (1993): 86-101.

Martin, Jean-Clement "Histoire et polemique: Le Massacre de Machecoul." Annales historiques de la révolution française, 291 (1993): 33-60.

Metz, K.H. "Truth and Power: Revolutionary Philosophies of Robespierre and Maistre - Two Biographical Studies on Ideology" [in German]. Sæculum, 43, 2-3 (1992): 146-71.

Musgrave, Elizabeth. "Women in the Male World of Work: The Building Industries of 18th-Century Brittany." French History, 7 (1993): 30-52.

Piwnica, Fabrice. "Les Résistances a l'introduction du liberalisme en France: Le Temoignage des memoires des corporations en 1776." Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, 40 (1993): 30-48.

Schiappa, Jean-Marc. "Aspects de l'implantation de la conjuration babouviste" (exposé de thèse). Annales historiques de la révolution française, 291 (1993): 115-23.

Spitzer, Alan. "Narrative's Problems: The Case of Simon Schama." Journal of Modern History, 65 (1993): 176-92.

Ward, Francoise. "Permanences et mutations dans la vie domestique en France au XVIIIe siècle: Un Village du Vexin français." Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, 40 (1993): 3-29.

Wilson, Warren "Les Journées populaires et la violence collective dans le Vaucluse rural apres Thermidor." Canadian Journal of History, 28 (1993): 41-58.

[See also title by Boime listed under History of Art; and titles listed below under Philosophy - Rousseau]


Journeaux, Isabelle. "Le Jeu a travers les romanciers français et anglais du XVIIIe siècle." Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, 40 (1993): 49-85.


Potts, D.C. "Une Carrière Epineuse: Neoplatonism and the Poet's Vocation in Boileau's Art Poetique." French Studies, 47, 1 (janvier 1993): 20-32.


Aderhold, Carl. "Le Voyage au monde vrai: La Vision du monde paysan dans Jacques le fataliste." Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, 40 (1993): 102-19.

Clark-Evans, Christine. "Charles de Brosses and Diderot: 18th-Century Arguments Concerning Primitive Language, Particular Natural Languages, and a National Language." History of European Ideas, 16, 1-3 (January 1993): 183-9.


Scherr, A. "Voltaire's Candide: A Tale of Women's Equality." Midwest Quarterly, 34, 3 (Spring 1993): 261-82.


Laursen, J.C. "Publicity and Cosmopolitanism in Late 18th Century Germany." History of European Ideas, 16, 1-3 (January 1993): 117-22.

Luebke, David. "Serfdom and Honor in 18th-Century Germany." Social History, 18 (1993): 143-62.

Sumser, R. "Erziehung, the Family, and Regulation of Sexuality in the Late German Enlightenment." German Studies Review, 15, 3 (October, 1992): 455-74.

Von Friedeburg, R. "Village Strife and the Rhetoric of Communalism: Peasants and Parsons, Lords and Jews in Hesse, Central Germany, 1646-72." Seventeenth Century, 7, 2 (Autumn 1992): 201 ff.

[see also title by Lestition listed under Philosophy - Kant;]



Boyle, N.; & J. Kington. "Goethe in Paestum: A Higher-Critical Look at the 'Italienische Reise.'" Oxford German Studies, 20-21 (1992): 18-32.

Brown, R.H. "The Demonic Earthquake: Goethe's Myth of the Lisbon Earthquake and Fear of Modern Change." German Studies Review, 15, 3 (October, 1992): 475-93.

Dye, R.E. "Women, Water, and the Male's Deliquescence in Goethe." Germanic Notes and Reviews, 24, 1 (Spring 1993): 4-6.

Krobb, F. "Uberdies Waren die Madchen Hubsch: Goethe's Depiction of Jewish Women" [in German]. Oxford German Studies, 20-21 (1992): 33-45.


Harrison, R. "Ideal Perfection and the Human Condition: Morality and Necessity in Schiller's Maria Stuart." Oxford German Studies, 20-21 (1992): 46-68.


Crook, P. "Social Darwinism: Some Historiographical Reflections" [review essay]. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 39, 1 (1993): 88-94.

Schmidt, H.C. "Toward the Innerscape of Mexican Historiology: Liberalism and the History of Ideas" [review essay]. Mexican Studies - Estudios Mexicanos, 8, 1 (Winter 1992): 117-.

Vasoli, C. "Observations on Humanistic Theories of Historiography" [in Italian]. Nuova Rivista Storica, 76, 2 (may-august 1992): 495-516.


Bold, J. "The Critical Reception of Inigo Jones." Transactions of the Ancient Monument Society, 37 (1993): 147-56.

Fields, W. "Jefferson's Second Home: the Early American Architecture of Poplar Forest." American Heritage, 44, 2 (April 1993): 104-13.

Robertson, M. "Listed Buildings: The National Resurvey of England." Transactions of the Ancient Monument Society, 37 (1993): 21-94.

Scholler, W. "Les Envois de Rome: Architectural Criticism in the Last Quarter of the 18th Century" [in German]. Architectura, 22, 2 (1992): 47-55.

Wernick, R. "At Monticello, a Big Birthday for the Former Owner." Smithsonian, 24, 2 (May 1993): 80-95.


Boime, A. "The Sketch and Caricature as Metaphors for the French Revolution." Zeitschrift fur Kunstgeschichte, 55, 2 (1992): 256-74.

Cembalest, R. "The Tate's New Plates: Constable's Printing Plates

Purchased by the Tate Gallery." Artnews, 92, 4 (April 1993): 59.

Cernovodeneau, P. "Ottoman Picturesqueness: Luigi Mayer's Drawings of the Turkish Life (1776-1794)" (in French). Revue roumaine d'histoire, 31, 3-4 (juillet-decembre 1992): 339-44.

Koopmans, Y. "Colonial Expansion and Dutch Monumental Sculpture" [in Dutch]. Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, 105, 3 (1992): 383-406.

McTighe, S. "Perfect Deformity, Ideal Beauty, and the Imaginary at Work: The Reception of Annibale Carracci's Arti di Bologna in 1646." Oxford Art Journal, 16, 1 (1993): 75-91.

Tomlinson, J. "A Report from Anton Raphael Mengs on the Spanish Royal Collection." Burlington Magazine, 135, 1079 (February 1993): 97-9.

Wilson, C.C. "The Teresian Legacy in Spanish-American Colonial Art." Studia Mystica, 15, 2-3 (1992): 45-56.

Magazine Antiques, 143, 3 (March 1993) is a special edition entitled "The American Museum in Britain." Articles include: W. Garrett, "Early English Settlers in America and the Art of the American Museum in Britain" (404); J. Ayres, "Folk Art: American Painting" (422); J. Huitson, "Visions of Heaven on Earth: Religious Folk Art of Spanish, German, and English Colonists to America" (436); see also listings under Material Culture.


Kim, K.P. "Chong Son (1676-1759): His Life and Career." Artibus Asiae, 52, 3-4 (1992): 329-.


Muller, P.E. "Goya's Portrait of Sabasa Garcia." Burlington Magazine, 135, 1079 (February 1993): 99-101.


Gourlay, A.S. "'Hogarth's Cottage': Engravings of the Design." Scriblerian, 25, 1 (Autumn 1992): 66-8.

[See title by Lindberg listed under History of Theatre;]


Ledes, A.E. "Lawrence Thomas - Portraits of an Age, 1790-1830" [Exhibit]. Magazine Antiques, 143, 3 (March 1993): 362-66.


Cairns, John W. "The Influence of Smith's Jurisprudence on Legal Education in Scotland," in Adam Smith Reviewed, ed. Peter Jones and Andrew S. Skinner (Edinburgh, 1992): pp. 168-89.

Cairns, John W. "History of the Faculty of Advocates to 1900," in The Laws of Scotland: Stair Memorial Encyclopedia, vol. 13 (Edinburgh, 1992): 499-536.

Stewart, M. A. "Academic Freedom: Origins of an Idea." Bulletin of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy, 16 (1991-92): 1-31.


Brunton, Deborah. "Smallpox Inoculation and Demographic Trends in Eighteenth-Century Scotland." Medical History, 36 (1992): 403-29.

* Doig, A., J.P.S. Ferguson, I.A. Milne, & R. Passmore, eds. William Cullen and the Eighteenth-Century Medical World: A Bicentary Exhibition and Symposium Arranged by the Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh in 1990. Edinburgh University Press, 1993. Pp. xiii, 256.

Rosner, Lisa. "Thistle on the Delaware: Edinburgh Medical Education and Philadelphia Practice, 1800-1825." Social History of Medicine, 5 (1992): 19-42.


Estaire, L.R. "Music in the Court of Joseph I" (in Spanish). Anuaro Musical, 46 (1991): 205-44.

Lester, J. "A Belated Reply to Durr and Deppert: Teaching Harmony and Theory in the 18th Century" (in German). Musiktheorie, 7, 3 (1992): 265-8.

Ottner, C. "Hermeneutics in the Context of Musicology: A Symposium Held at the Salzburg Mozarteum" (in German). Osterreichische Musik Zeitschrift, 48, 2 (February 1993): 92-4.

Roberge, M.A. "From Orchestra to Piano: Major Composers as Authors of Piano Reductions of Other Composers' Works." Notes (Journal of the Music Library Association), 49, 3 (March 1993): 49, 3 (March 1993): 925-39.

* Roselli, John. Singers of the Italian Opera: The History of a Profession. Cambridge University Press, 1993. 272 pp.

[See also listings below under Research Resources;]


Rumbold, V. "Music Aspires to Letters: Charles Burney, Queeney Thrale, and the Streatham Circle." Music & Letters, 74, 1 (February 1993): 24-38.


Swanson, A., & B. Van Boer. "A Swedish Reinterpretation of Handel's Acis and Galatea: Lars .S. Lalin's Version." Scandinavian Studies, 65, 1 (Winter 1993): 29-49.


Mancal, J. "The Formation of the International Leopold Mozart Society: (in German). Acta Mozartiana, 1 (March 1993): 32 ff.


Danuser, H. "Verse or Prose Principle? Mozart's String Quartet in D minor (KV421) as Interpreted by Jerome-Joseph de Momigny and Arnold Schonberg" (in German). Musiktheorie, 7, 3 (1992): 245-64.

Druner, U. "Mozart's Relations with his Fellow Musicians" (in German). Acta Mozartiana, 1 (March 1993): 4-17.

Gavalda, M.Q. "Mozart Through His Letters" (in Spanish). Anuaro Musical, 46 (1991): 245-62.

Haug, H., & E.M. Haller. "New from Mozart Societies of Augsburg, the Palatinate Region, Munich, Eastern Bavaria, and Saxony" (in German). Acta Mozartiana, 1 (March 1993): 24-7.

Jacobs, L. "No Song of an Ingenue: Pamina Shares More Traits With Her Mother than is Generally Acknowledged" [re: Die Zauberflote]. Opera News,57, 13 (March 13 1993): 16.

Rushton, J. "Mozart Madness: A Bibliographic Essay on Recent Bicentalia." Musical Times, 134, 1801 (March 1993): 144-57.

Zurcher, J. "Ulrich Konrad, Fragment Bei Mozart: a Comment" (in German). Acta Mozartiana, 1 (March 1993): 28-31.


Palm, A. "Tradition and Innovation in Music Theory: A Contribution to Rameau Criticism" (in German). Musiktheorie, 7, 3 (1992): 235-44.



Corrigan, J. "Habits from the Heart: The American Enlightenment and Religious Ideas About Emotion and Habit." Journal of Religion, 73, 3 (April 1993): 183-99.

Hunter, M. "Casuistry in Action: Robert Boyle's Confessional Interviews with Gilbert Burnet and Edward Stillingfleet, 1691." Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 44, 1 (January 1993): 80-98.

Noll, Mark A. "Contexts: Comparative Evangelical History." Evangelical Studies Bulletin, 9 (1992): 5-9.

Terrar, E. "Was There a Separation between Church and State in Mid 17th-Century England and Colonial Maryland?" Journal of Church and State, 35, 1 (Winter 1993): 61-82.


Corrigan, W. "The Bishop and the Woman: Francis de Sales' Introduction to the Devout Life and a November 1690 Letter by Manuel Fernandez, Bishop of Santa Cruz - Sor Filotea and Juana Ines de la Cruz." Studia Mystica, 15, 2-3 (1992): 71ff.

Hartfield, A. "Profiles of a Pluralistic Parish: Saint Peter's Roman Catholic Church, New York City, 1785-1815." Journal of American Ethnic History, 12, 3 (Spring 1993): 30-59.

Powell, A. "Women's Reasons: Feminism and Spirituality in Old and New Spain." Studia Mystica, 15, 2-3 (1992): 58-70.

* Rapley, Elizabeth. The Devotes: Women and Church in Seventeenth-Century France. Montréal: McGill-Queens University Press, 1993. 282 pp.

Rivero, E.S. "Ecstatic Nuns in the Viceroyalties of New Spain and Peru (1574-1756)." Studia Mystica, 15, 2-3 (1992): 27-44.

Tentler, L.W. "On the Margins: The State of American Catholic History." American Quarterly, 45, 1 (March 1993): 104-27.


Matar, N.I. "John Locke and the Jews: Considerations from an 18th-Century Christian Perspective with an Evangelical Purpose." Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 44, 1 (January 1993): 45-62.


Bedini, S.A. "Of Science and Liberty: The Scientific Instruments of King's College and 18th-Century Columbia College in New York." Annals of Science, 50, 3 (May 1993): 201-28.

Bryden, D.J. "Magnetic Inclinatory Needles: Approved by the Royal Society?" Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 47, 1 (January 1993): 17-32.

* Dean, Dennis R. James Hutton and the History of Geology. Cornell University Press, 1992. Pp. xiii, 303.

Meynell, G. "Andre de Monceaux, 1690." Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 47, 1 (January 1993): 11-17.

Sarasohn, L.T. "Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc and the Patronage of the New Science in the 17th Century." Isis, 84, 1 (March 1993): 70-90.

Schiebinger, Londa. "Why Mammals are Called Mammals: Gender Politics in 18th-Century Natural History." American Historical Review, 98, 2 (April 1993): 382-411.

Wood, Paul "The Scientific Revolution in Scotland," in The Scientific Revolution in National Context, ed. Roy Porter and Mikulas Teich (Cambridge, 1992), 263-87.


"Commemorating Anne Oldfield." Theatre Notebook, 47, 1 (1993): 2-3.

Lewcock, D. "Computer Analysis of Restoration Staging - 1 - 1661-1672." Theatre Notebook, 47, 1 (1993): 20-28.

Lindberg, M.K. "William Hogarth's Theatrical Writings: The Interplay Between Theatre, His Theories, and His Art." Theatre Notebook, 47, 1 (1993): 29-41.

Speaight, G. "A Commedia Dell' Arte Lazzo: 17th-Century Comic Routines." Theatre Research International, 18, 1 (Spring 1993): 1-4.


Barany, G. "The Two Szechenyi and Hungarian Nationalism in Late 18th-century and Early 19th-Century Austria: From State Patriotism to Romantic Nationalism." History of European Ideas, 16, 1-3 (January 1993): 273-80.


Zastoupil, L. "Peasant Desertions in Early Colonial Indapur: Adverse Effects of British Rule in a District of Western India." Journal of Asian History, 26, 2 (1992): 119-39.


Chittick, W. "Notes on Ibn Alarabi's Influence in the Subcontinent: Sufi Literature in the Indian Subcontinent, 14th-19th centuries." Muslim World, 82, 3-4 (July-October 1992): 218-41.


Gillespie, R. "The Irish Protestants and James II, 1688-90." Irish Historical Studies, 28, 110 (November 1992): 124-33.

[See also listing by Woods under Research Sources]



Hart, V. "The Square City Palace in the State of Liliput." Papers on Language and Literature, 28, 4 (369-73.


Liberti, R. "Alessandro Tommasini (1791-1818), the First Bishop of New Oppido, Held Hostage by the Bourbons in Sicily" (in Italian). Historica, 45, 4 (October-December 1992): 173-89.

Prandi, S. "18th-Century Appreciation of the Works of Giovanni Della Casa: Gilles Menage, the Members of the Accademia della Crusca, and G.B. Casotti" (in Italian). Giornale Storico della Letteratura Italiana, 169, 547 (1992): 400-408.

[See also title by Ferrante listed under Research Resources;]


Jun, K., & U. Takeshi. "Preserving the Verse of Bygone Bards." Japan Quarterly, 40, 2 (April-June 1993): 165-74.


Behre, P.E. "Raphael Levy - Anti-Semitic Judicial Convictions by Government Institutions in 17th-Century Europe: A Criminal in the Mouths of the People." Religion, 23, 1 (January 1993): 19-44.

[see also title by Matar listed History of Religion-Judaism]


Aresquiejia, B. "Dramatic Representations of the Conquest: The Past at the Service of the Present" [in Spanish]. Revista de Indias, 52, 195-6 (May-December 1992): 231-50.

Banas Llanos, B. "On the Malaspina Expedition to the Philippines, 1792" [in Spanish]. Revista de Indias, 52, 195-6 (May-December 1992): 251-70.

Bernabeu Albert, S. "Gaspar de Portola, Viceroy of California, and the Problems of His Government (1767-1769)" [in Spanish]. Revista de Indias, 52, 195-6 (May-December 1992): 271-96.

Garcia Anoveros, J.M. "Disagreements of the Bishop and Christian Instructors with the Colonial High Court and the Natives of Guatemala" [in Spanish]. Revista de Indias, 52, 195-6 (May-December 1992): 385-442.

Lucena Giraldo, M. "Philanthropists or Opportunists? Science and Politics in the Public Works Projects of the Consulate of Cartagena de Indias, 1795-1810" [in Spanish]. Revista de Indias, 52, 195-6 (May-December 1992): 627-46."

Mond, R.E. "Indian Rebellion and Bourbon Reform in New Granada: Riots in Pasto, 1780-1800." Hispanic American Historical Review, 73, 1 (February 1993): 99-124.

Monge Martinez, F. "Natural and Moral History in the Works of A.K. Cavanilles (1745-1801)" [in Spanish]. Revista de Indias, 52, 195-6 (May-December 1992): 693-722.

Moyano Bazzani, E.L. "Contributions of Portuguese Historiography Concerning the Spanish-Portuguese Frontier Conflict in South America, 1750-1788" [in Spanish]. Revista de Indias, 52, 195-6 (May-December 1992): 723-48.

Ponce Leiva, P. "A Place for Controversy: The High Court of Quito in the 18th Century" [in Spanish]. Revista de Indias, 52, 195-6 (May-December 1992): 839-66.

Rabell, C. "Marriage and Race in a Rural Parish: San Luis de la Paz, Guanajuato, 1715-1810" (in Spanish). Historia Mexicana, 42, 1 (July-September 1992): 3-44.


Appleby, J.C. "A Guineau Venture, c.1657: A Note on the Early English Slave Trade." Mariner's Mirror, 79, 1 (February 1993): 84-7.

Fenton, P.C. "The Navigator as Natural Historian." Mariner's Mirror, 79, 1 (February 1993): 44-57.

Smith, G.A. "For the Purposes of Defense: Jefferson's Naval Militia." American Neptune, 53, 1 (Winter 1993): 30-38.


Magazine Antiques, 143, 3 (March 1993) is a special edition entitled "The American Museum in Britain." Articles include: W. McNaught, "The American Museum in Britain, Its History and Collection: Introduction" (406); "J. Huitson, "Domestic Settings: Early American Furniture and Rooms" (408); S. Betterton, "The Textile Collection: Early American Needlwork at the American Museum in Britain" (428-35); S. Nichols, "The Furniture: Early American Woodworking" (442-55); J. Elsdon, "The Ceramics: Early American Household Objects" (456-61); see also listings under History of Art.


Sandberg, R. "Growth and Transformation of an Early Modern Capital City." Scandinavian Journal of History, 17, 4 (1992): 295-314.

Sontag, Susan; V. Aksenov, V. Tismaneau, A. Michnik. "The Literary Impact of the American and French Revolutions." Partisan Review, 59, 4 (Autumn 1992): 611-38.

Southgate, B.C. "Scattered over Europe: Intellectual Cosmopolitanism and Pan-European Communication - Transcending National Frontiers in the 17th Century." History of European Ideas, 16, 1-3 (January 1993): 131-40.


Hogsaet, R. "Their Ancestral Lands: Succession Rights of Norwegian Tenants in the 16th and 17th Centuries." Scandinavian Journal of History, 17, 3 (1992): 167-74.


Gracia, J.J.E. "Hispanic Philosophy, Its Beginning and Golden Age." Review of Metaphysics, 46, 3 (March 1993): 475-502.


Curtis, P.M. "The Mystery of Distance: Berkeley and Byron." Keats-Shelley Journal, 41 (1992): 59-75.


Baier, A.C. "Moralism and Cruelty: Reflections on Hume and Kant." Ethics, 103, 3 (April 1993): 436-57.

Klemme, Heiner F. "Neuere Bucher zum Werk David Humes." Zeitschrift fur philosophische Forschung, 47, 1 (1993): 118-31.

* Carabelli, Giancarlo. Intorno a Hume. Milano: Modadori Editore, 1992. xiii, 212 pp.

Lecaldano, Eugenio. "Hume e le teorie psicologie dell'identita personala," in Individui e istituziuni, ed. A. E. Galeolti (Torino, 1992): 107-38.

Martin, Marie A. "Misunderstanding and Understanding Hume's Moral Philosophy: An Essay on Hume's Place in Moral Philosophy by Nicholas Capaldi." Interpretation, 19 (1991-92): 169-83.

* Stewart, John B. Opinion and Reform in Hume's Political Philosophy. Princeton University Press, 1992. Pp. 325.

Wright, John P. "Hume's Criticism of Malebranche's Theory of Causation: A Lesson in the Historiography of Philosophy," in Malebranche and His Critics, ed. Stuart Brown (Assen/Maastrict, 1991), 116-30.

Wright, John P. "Hume's Rejection of the Theory of Ideas." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 8 (1991): 149-62.

[see also titles by Martin listed below under Philosophy-Hutcheson; and by Van Holthoon listed below under Adam Smith;]


Martin, Marie A. "Hutcheson and Hume on Explaining the Nature of Morality: Why It Is Mistaken to Suppose Hume Ever Raised the 'Is-Ought' Question." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 8 (1991): 277-89.

Moore, James. "The Moralist and the Metaphysician," in Francis Hutcheson: A Supplement to Fortnight, Damian Smyth, ed. [Belfast, 1992], pp. 12-14.

Norton, David Fate. "Salus Populi Suprema Lex," in Francis Hutcheson: A Supplement to Fortnight, Damian Smyth, ed. [Belfast, 1992], pp. 14-17.

Raphael, D. D. "A New Light," in Francis Hutcheson: A Supplement to Fortnight, Damian Smyth, ed. [Belfast, 1992], pp. 2-3.

Stewart, M. A. "Abating Bigotry and Hot Zeal," in Francis Hutcheson: A Supplement to Fortnight, Damian Smyth, ed. [Belfast, 1992], pp. 4-6.


Cesa, C. "Kant: The Possibility of Citizenship Without Politics" [in

Italian]. Giornale Critico della Filosofia Italiana, 12, 3 (September-December 1992): 369-86.

Lestition, Steven. "Kant and the End of the Enlightenment in Prussia." Journal of Modern History, 65 (1993): 57-112.

Louden, R.B. "Go-Carts of Judgement: Exemplars in Kantian Moral Education" [in English]. Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 74, 3 (1992): 303-22.

Villa Canas, J.L. "Expulsion and Paradise: Mythology and the History of Reason in Kant" (in Spanish). Pensamiento, 49, 193 (January-April 1993): 63-98.

[See also title by Baier listed under Philosophy-Hume]


Heyd, T. "Some Remarks on Science, Method, and Nationalism in Locke." History of European Ideas, 16, 1-3 (January 1993): 97-102.

[see also title by Matar listed above under History of Religion - Judaism]


Birn, Raymond. "Rousseau et ses éditeurs." Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, 40 (1993): 120-36.

Cladis, M.S. "Rousseau and Durkheim: The Relation between the Public and the Private." Journal of Religious Ethics, 21, 1 (Spring 1993): 1-26.

Robisco, Nathalie-Barbara. "J.-J. Rousseau et la Révolution française: Une Æsthetique de la politique (1792-99)" (exposé de thèse). Annales historiques de la révolution française, 291 (1993): 124-36.

Simon-Ingram, J. "Rousseau and the Problem of Community: Nationalism, Civic Virtue, Totalitarianism." History of European Ideas, 16, 1-3 (January 1993): 23-30.


Bubner, R. "Reflections on a Fragment: Anaximander, Schlegel, and Modernity" (in German). Merkur, 47, 4 (April 1993): 290-99.


Arndt, A. "Sentiment and Reflection: Schleiermacher and Transcendental Philosophy" [in Italian]. Giornale Critico della Filosofia Italiana, 12, 3 (September-December 1992): 422-46.


Emerson, Roger L. "Henry Home, Lord Kames," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 104 (Detroit and London, 1991): 217-25.

Goldie, Mark. "Common Sense Philosophy and Catholic Theology in the Scottish Enlightenment." Studies on Voltaire & the Eighteenth Century, 302 (1992): 281-320.

Haakonssen, Knud. "Vom Naturrecht zu den Menschenrechten." Studia Philosophica, 51 (1992): 203-20.

Klemme, Heiner F. "Anmerkungen zur schottischen Aufklerung (in Aberdeen). Neue Briefe von Baxter, Beattie, Fordyce, Reid und Stewart." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 74 (1992): 247-71. [contains full transcriptions of the following letters: Andrew Baxter to William Warburton, 16 May 1740; David Fordyce to Robert Dodsley, 29 Aug. 1747; James Beattie to William Strahan, 23 Feb. 1783; Thomas Reid to John Bell, 27 June 1785; Dugald Stewart to Andrew Strahan, 15 Dec. 1796; to William Davies, 5 April 1811; to William Davies, 16 Nov. 1812]

* Flynn, Philip, ed. Enlightened Scotland: A Study and Selection of

Scottish Philosophical Prose from the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 1992. xxii, 356 pp.

Lecaldano, Eugenio. "Paradigmi di analisi della filosofia morale nell illuminismo scotlese," in Passioni, intelessi, convenzioni: Discussioni sette centesche su virtu e civilita, ed. M. Geuna and M. L. Pesante (Milano, 1992), pp. 13-40.

Oz-Salzberger, Fania. "From Male Citizen to Neuter Mensch: The Emasculation of Adam Ferguson's Civic Discourse by the German

Enlightenment." Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 7 (Spring 1993): 5-8.

Robertson, John. "Franco Venturi's Enlightenment." Past & Present, 137 (1992): 183-206.

Shinohara, Hisashi. "Thomas Reid and the 'Utopian System': An Aspect of the Last Phase of the Scottish Enlightenment" [in Japanese]. Keizaigaku Ronkyu, 46 (1992).


Clark, Henry C. "Conversation and Moderate Virtue in Adam Smith's Theory of Moral Sentiments." Review of Politics, 54 (1992): 185-210.

* Jones, Peter, & Andrew S. Skinner, eds. Adam Smith Reviewed. Edinburgh University Press, 1992. Pp. xii, 252.

Van Holthoon, F.L. "Adam Smith and David Hume: with Sympathy." Utilitas, 5, 1 (May 1993): 35-48.


Goldenbaum, U., & P. Heyl. "Freedom and Necessity: The Presence of Spinoza in the Ethical and Political Discourse of Modernism" [in German]. Deutsche Zeitschrift fur Philosophie, 41, 1 (1993): 148-52.

Rodriguez Valls, F. "Being and Knowledge in Spinoza's Ethica" (in Spanish). Pensamiento, 49, 193 (January-April 1993): 35-62.

[See also listings under Economic History]


Kukurowski, S. "Editions of Literary Texts from the Age of Enlightenment During the Period 1945-56" (in Polish). Pamietnik Literacki, 83, 3 (1992): 241 ff.




Whale, J.C. "Literary and Symbolic Representations: Burke, Paine, and the French Revolution." History of European Ideas, 16, 1-3 (January 1993): 343-50.


Domingues, F.C. "Science and Nationalism: Portugal in the Late 18th Century." History of European Ideas, 16, 1-3 (January 1993): 91-6.


"Gardens Old to New World, and Back Again: English Garden Archive Material at California's Huntington Library." History Today, 43 (April 1993): 4.

Bracey, J., & A. Meier. "Towards a Research Agenda on Blacks and Jews in United States History." Journal of American Ethnic History, 12, 3 (Spring 1993): 60-67.

* Dobson, David. Scottish-American Wills, 1650-1900 (1991); Scottish-American Court Records (1991); Scottish-American Heirs (1990, 1992); Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co.

Esteban, A.E., & L.A.G. Marin. "A Catalogue of 17th-Century Documents in the Musical Archives of the Cathedrals of Saragossa" (in Spanish). Anuaro Musical, 46 (1991): 127-72.

Ester Sala, M., & J.M. Vilar. "An Approach to the Collection of music: Manuscripts in Catalonia" (in Spanish). Anuaro Musical, 46 (1991): 295-320.

Ferrante, N. "Towards a History of the Archives of the Dioceses in Calabria: An Inventory of the Existing Papers in the Capitulary Archives of Bova" (in Italian). Historica, 45, 4 (October-December 1992): 166-71.

Woods, C.J. "Irish Travel Writings as Source Material." Irish Historical Studies, 28, 110 (November 1992): 171-85.


Gasparetti, D. "The Carnivalesque Spirit of the 18th-Century Russian Novel." Russian Review, 52, 2 (April 1993): 166-83.

Hartley, J.M. "Is Russia a Part of Europe? Russian Perceptions of Europe in the Reign of Alexander I." [in English]. Cahiers du monde russe et sovietique, 33, 4 (octobre-decembre 1992): 369-86.

* McGrew, Roderick E. Paul I of Russia, 1754-1801. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1993. 405pp.

Ruttenburg, N. "Silence and Servitude: Bondage and Self-Invention in Russia and America, 1780-1861." Slavic Review, 51, 4 (Winter 1992): 731-48.


Cairns, John W. "John Spotswood, Professor of Law: A Preliminary Sketch." Stair Society Miscellany Three, ed. W. M. Gordon (Edinburgh, 1992 [1993]), pp. 131-59.

Courtney, C. P. "An Eighteenth-Century Education: Benjamin Constant at Erlangen and Edinburgh (1782-1785)," in Rousseau & the Eighteenth Century: Essays in Memory of R. A. Leigh, ed. Marian Hobson et al. (Oxford, 1992), pp. 295-324.

Durie, A. J. "Market Forces as Government Intervention: The Spectacular Growth of the Linen Industry in Eighteenth-Century Scotland." Scotia, 15 (1991): 1-12.

Emerson, Roger L. "Calvinism and the Scottish Enlightenment," in Literatur im Kontext - Literature in Context: Festschrift fur Horst W. Drescher, ed. Joachim Schwend et al. (Frankfurt, 1992), pp. 19-28.

* Fry, Michael. The Dundas Despotism. Edinburgh University Press, 1992. Pp. xii, 425.

Lenman, Bruce P. "The Poverty of Political Theory in the Scottish Revolution of 1688-90," in The Revolution of 1688-1689, ed. Lois G. Schwoerer (Cambridge, 1992), pp. 244-59.

Lenman, Bruce P. "'Garrison Government'?: Governor Alexander Spotswood and Empire," in The Scottish Soldier Abroad 1247-1967, ed. Grant G. Simpson (Edinburgh, 1992), pp. 67-80.

Pittock, Murray G. H. "The Making of the Jacobite Relics." Studies in Hogg and His World, 3 (1992): 10-17.

Revauger, Marie-Cecile. "Eighteenth-Century Scottish Freemasons: Builders of the Scottish Nation?" Études Écossaises: Écosse - Regards d'Histoire, 1 (1992), 111-23.

Whatley, Christopher A. "An Uninflammable People? Lowland Scots from the Union to the Radical War," in The Manufacture of Scottish History, ed. J. L. Donnachie and C. A. Whatley (Edinburgh, 1992), pp. 57-71.

Whatley, Christopher A. "Royal Day, People's Day: The Monarch's

Birthday in Scotland, c. 1660-1860," in People and Power in Scotland: Essays in Honour of T. C. Smout_, ed. Roger Mason and Norman MacDougall (Edinburgh, 1992), 170-88.


Kinghorn, A. M. "Watson's Choice, Ramsay's Voice and a Flash of Fergusson." Scottish Literary Journal, 19 (1992): 5-23.

Kinghorn, A. M. "William Walker and The Bards of Bon-Accord," in Selected Essays on Scottish Language and Literature, ed. Steven R. McKenna (1992): 211-39.

Maclachlan, Christopher. "The Year's Work in Scottish Literary and Linguistic Studies: 1988, sect. 2: 1650-1800." Scottish Literary Journal - Supplement (1992), 5-11.

Scott, Paul H. "A Vision that Still Endures." The Scotsman, 12 Sept. 1992 [on Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun].

Simpson, Kenneth. "The Legacy of Flyting." Studies in Scottish Literature, 26 (1991): 503-14. [largely on Burns and Fergusson]


* Clingham, Greg. James Boswell: The Life of Johnson. Cambridge University Press (Landmarks of World Literature Series), 1992. Pp. xviii, 131.

Sher, Richard B. "Tales of Boswell: A Review Essay." Eighteenth Century Scotland, 7 (Spring 1993): 11-14.

[See titles above listed under England-Literature-Johnson and England-Literature-Seward;]


* Burns, Robert. Songs of Robert Burns. Ed. Donald A. Low. London & New York: Routledge, 1993. Pp. 962.

McGuirk, Carol. "James Currie and the Making of the Burns Myth," in Selected Essays on Scottish Language and Literature: A Festschrift in Honor of Allan H. MacLaine, (1992).

McGuirk, Carol. "The Politics of the Collected Burns." Gairfish, 2 (1991): 21-36.

McGuirk, Carol. "Burns, Bakhtin, and the Opposition of Poetic and Novelistic Discourse: A Response to David Morris." Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 32 (1991): 58-72.

Glendening, J. "Keats 's Tour of Scotland: Burns and the Anxiety of Hero Worship." Keats-Shelley Journal, 41 (1992): 76-99.

Zancu, L. "Burns, Eminescy, and Whitman: Romantic Nationalism or Xenophobia?" History of European Ideas, 16, 1-3 (January 1993): 351 ff.

[See also listings under England-Literature-Johnson, Philosophy-Hume, Philosophy-Hutcheson, Philosophy-Scottish Enlightenment, and Philosophy-Smith]


Kohutova, M. "A Contribution to the Early History of Western Slovakia (A Land Register of Gentry in Town of Holic in the Late 17th Century)" (in Slovak). Historicky Casopis, 40, 5 (1992): 596-605.

Kowalska, E. "Paulin Bajan and Slovak Science, Literature, and Language in the 18th Century: A Conference held in Skalica, June 1992"(in Slovak). Historicky Casopis, 40, 5 (1992): 646-8.


Fuente Fernandez, F.J. "Four Unknown Pliegos de Cordel from the 18th Century: Material Wrapping the Cadastre of the Marquis de la Ensenada" (in Spanish). Revista de Literatura, 54, 108 (July-December 1992): 709-30.


Bonwick, C. "Thomas Jefferson: Pragmatist or Visionary? History Today, 43 (April 1993): 18-23.

Grinde, D.A. "The Iroquois and the Nature of the American Government." American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 17, 1 (1993): 153-74.

* Karras, Alan L. Sojourners in the Sun: Scottish Migrants in Jamaica and the Chesapeake 1740-1800. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1992. Pp. viii, 231.

[see also title by Ruttenburg listed under Russia]


Jochens, J. "Hexerie Eller Blind Allarm: Recent Scandinavian Witchcraft Studies." Scandinavian Studies, 65, 1 (Winter 1993): 103-13.

Essex Institute Historical Collections, 129, 1 (January 1993), is a special issue on the New England witch trials. Articles include: L.J. Kern, "Eros, the Devil, and the Cunning Woman: Sexuality and the Supernatural in European Antecedents and in the 17th-Century Salem Witchcraft Cases" (2); M.R. McCarl, "Spreading the News of Satan's Malignity in Salem: Benjamin Harris, Printer and Publisher of the Witchcraft Narratives" (39); M.A. Peterson, "Ordinary Preaching and the Interpretation of the Salem Witchcraft Crisis by the Boston Clergy" (84); E. Reis, "Witches, Sinners, and the Underside of Covenant Theology" (103).

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