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339. Robert Southey to William Roscoe, 26 July 1798  The Collected Letters of Robert Southey, Part Two Electronic Editions
533. Robert Southey to Thomas Southey [fragment], 22 June 1800  The Collected Letters of Robert Southey, Part Two Electronic Editions
785. Robert Southey to Mary Hays, 23 May 1803  The Collected Letters of Robert Southey, Part Two Electronic Editions
843. Robert Southey to Charles Watkin Williams Wynn, [30 September 1803]  The Collected Letters of Robert Southey, Part Two Electronic Editions
871. Robert Southey to Thomas Southey, 17 December 1803  The Collected Letters of Robert Southey, Part Two Electronic Editions
The Gipsy Prince; or, The Loves of Don Sebastian de Nurillo, and the Fair Antonia, translated from the Spanish. By C. Moor, Esq. (London: J. Roach, [September] 1801) The Gipsy Prince Electronic Editions
From Robert Southey, Letters from England by Don Manuel Alvarez Espriella (London, 1807) Robert Southey and Millenarianism: Documents Concerning the Prophetic Movements of the Romantic Era Electronic Editions
ART. V. Voyages and Travels to India, Ceylon, the Red Sea, Abyssinia and Egypt, in the years 1802, 1803, 1804, 1805, and 1806. By George Viscount Valentia. 3 vol. 4to. pp. 1522. London: Miller. 1809. Quarterly Review Electronic Texts Scholarly Resources
ART. XIX. An Account of the Empire of Marocco and the District of Suse. Compiled from Miscellaneous Observations made during a long Residence in, and various Journies through these Countries. To which is added, an accurate and interesting Account of Tombu Quarterly Review Electronic Texts Scholarly Resources
ART. III. Anecdotes of Painters who have resided or been born in England; with Critical Remarks on their Productions; by Edward Edwards, deceased, late Teacher of Perspective, and Associate in the Royal Academy; intended as a Continuation to the Anecdotes Quarterly Review Electronic Texts Scholarly Resources

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