Teaching Race and Racial Difference in Romantic Reformist Fiction
A. A. Markley, Penn State University Brandywine
INDEX TO THE SECOND VOLUME OF THE QUARTERLY REVIEW.
Abbey of St. Denys, described, 135. Aberdeen (Lord), on Gothic architecture, 142, 143.
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 Tombuctoo, the great Emporium of Central Africa. By James Grey Jackson, Esquire. 4to. pp. 303. London, 1809. Nicol and Son. [pp. 445-454] [ original article in PDF format]
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. [pp. 88-126] [ original article in PDF format]
ART. I. The Radical Cause of the Present Distresses of the West India Planters, &c. By William Spence. The second edition. pp. 105. 1808. A Permanent and Effectual Remedy suggested for the Evils under which the British West Indies now labour, in a Letter from a W. I. Merchant to a W. I. Planter. pp. 48. 1808. [pp. 1-23] [ original article in PDF format]
ART. III. Extractos em Portuguez e em Inglez; com as Palavras Portuguezas propriamente accentuadas, para facilitar o Estudo d'aquella Lingoa. 12mo. pp. 324. London, Wingrave. 1808. [pp. 268-292] [ original article in PDF format]
ART. II. The History of Barbadoes, from the first Discovery of the Island in the Year 1605, till the Accession of Lord Seaforth, 1801. By John Poyer. London, Mawman, 1808. pp. 668, 1 Vol. 4to. [pp. 258-268] [ original article in PDF format]