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Spedding, James, 1808-1881.
Reviews and discussions.
London, C.K. Paul & Co., 1879
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|Description:||vi, 419 pages 23 cm|
|Contents:||Henry Taylor's Stateman.--The working of Negro apprenticeship in 1838.--Bill for the suspension of the Jamaica Constitution, 1839.--Tales by the author of "Headlong Hall."--The Wakefield theory of colonization.--South Australia in 1841.--Expedition to the Niger in 1841.--Civilization of Africa.--Dicken's American notes.--Tennyson's Poems.--Hartley Coleridge.--English hexameters.--"Twelfth night" at the Olympic Theatre in 1865.--The "Merchant of Venice" at the Prince of Wales's Theatre in 1875.--On the authorship of the plays attributed to Shakespeare.--On a question concerning a supposed specimen of Shakespeare's hand-writing.--The duty of advocates in criminal trials.--A question concerning books published on commission.--On some oversights in recent histories.--Teaching to read.|
|Responsibility:||By James Spedding.|