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Henry Craik, ed.  English Prose.  1916.
 
Vol. V. Nineteenth Century
 
Introduction by Henry Craik
Sir Walter Scott.
 1771–1832.  
Critical Introduction by Henry Craik
The Gipsy’s Curse
A House of Mourning
Jeanie Deans as Witness
The Death of Madge Wildfire
An Apparition
The Grand Master of the Templars
Landscape-Gardening
Lord Byron
The Comedy of the Restoration
Jane Austen.
 1775–1817.  
Critical Introduction by Henry Craik
Mr. Collins
A Proposal
An Imitation
Society at Bath
Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
 1772–1834.  
Critical Introduction by W. P. Ker
The Privilege of Genius
This Enlightened Age
Study of Philosophy
Lyrical Ballads: Mr. Wordsworth’s Theory
Robert Southey.
 1774–1843.  
Critical Introduction by William Wallace
The Battle of Coruña
The Death of Nelson
The Origin of Methodism
Wesley on Old Age
Evils of the Manufacturing System
Lord Byron
Ireland and Catholicism
Tom Fool a Knight
Charles Lamb.
 1775–1834.  
Critical Introduction by A. Ainger
Mrs. Battle’s Opinions on Whist
Mackery End in Hertfordshire
Sydney Smith.
 1771–1845.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
Noodle’s Oration
South American Flora and Fauna
A Village Parable
English Justice
The Synod of Dordrecht
The Ballot
Francis Jeffrey.
 1773–1850.  
Critical Introduction by J. H. Millar
The Probable Perpetuity of Wars
Swift
Burns
Burns’s Language
Theory of English Unsociableness
Warburton
Sir Humphry Davy.
 1778–1829.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
Alchemy
Parallels between Art and Science
Sea Serpents and Caithness Mermaids
Colours in Snow and Water
William Hazlitt.
 1778–1830.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
Cobbett’s Inconsistency
The Exordium of a Farewell to Essay-Writing
English Humour
Coleridge
John Galt.
 1779–1839.  
Critical Introduction by J. H. Millar
Supernatural Warning
A Kithing
The Visit of Condolence
Henry Hallam.
 1777–1859.  
Critical Introduction by W. Macneile Dixon
Feudal Nobility
Mohammedanism
Spenser and Ariosto
The Greatest of Shakespeare’s Tragedies
Walter Savage Landor.
 1775–1864.  
Critical Introduction by W. Macneile Dixon
A Father’s Love
The Roman Warrior
Love, Sleep, and Death
Henry Peter,
Lord Brougham.
 1778–1868.  
Critical Introduction by J. H. Millar
The Queen’s Innocence
Mr. Dundas
Thomas Chalmers.
 1780–1847.  
Critical Introduction by J. H. Millar
Science and Revolution
Prayer and the Uniformity of Nature
Taste in Religious Matters
The Power of a New Affection
Church and Dissent
Washington Irving.
 1783–1859.  
Critical Introduction by J. H. Millar
Diedrich Knickerbocker
The Voyage
The Devil and Tom Walker
Goldsmith
Leigh Hunt.
 1784–1859.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
Leigh Hunt’s Dungeon
The Trees in the City
Spenser as the Painter’s Poet
The House of the Daughter of Hippocrates
Thomas De Quincey.
 1785–1859.  
Critical Introduction by Reginald Brimley Johnson
Levana and Our Ladies of Sorrow
Joan of Arc
Sir William Napier.
 1785–1860.  
Critical Introduction by David Hannay
The Passage of the Douro
Battle of Fuentes Onoro
Thomas Love Peacock.
 1785–1866.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
The Logic of Seithenyn
Susannah in the Dingle
Of the Contents of Newspapers
Mary Russell Mitford.
 1787–1855.  
Critical Introduction by Reginald Brimley Johnson
Hannah
Tom Cordery
John Gibson Lockhart.
 1794–1854.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
Oxford Undergraduate Life a Hundred Years Ago
Lord Hermand
Scott’s Conversation
Burns in Edinburgh
Adam Blair at the Tarn
Scott in his Study
Scott’s Character
Sir William Hamilton.
 1788–1856.  
Critical Introduction by J. H. Millar
Theology and Classical Study
The Philosophy of the Unconditioned
The Necessary Laws of Thought
Henry Hart Milman.
 1791–1868.  
Critical Introduction by W. Macneile Dixon
Gregory the Great
St. Francis of Assisi
The Latin Mysteries
George Grote.
 1794–1871.  
Critical Introduction by W. Macneile Dixon
The Physical Configuration of Greece
The Mutilation of the Herma
The Sophists
The Condemnation of Socrates
Thomas Carlyle.
 1795–1881.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
Exordium of the Life of Schiller
Teufelsdröckh: the Everlasting Yea
The Constituent Assembly and the Fourth of August
The Third Voting
The Literary and Patriotic Influence of Burns
Over the Andes
Dr. Francia
Jocelin of Brakelond
Mahomet and Bentham
The Devil’s Barracks
Suffrage
The Last Fight of Olaf Tryggveson
Thomas Babington,
Lord Macaulay.
 1800–1859.  
Critical Introduction by W. P. Ker
Machiavelli
Mill on Government
Byron
The Dignity of History
The Trial of Warren Hastings
Lord Ellenborough’s Proclamation
Highwaymen
The Relief of Londonderry
John Henry Newman.
 1801–1890.  
Critical Introduction by H. C. Beeching
Music a Symbol of the Unseen
Unreal Words
Warfare the Condition of Life
Parting of Friends
Notes of the True Church
The Classics
A Parody of Popular Anti-Roman Rhetoric
Harriet Martineau.
 1802–1876.  
Critical Introduction by Reginald Brimley Johnson
Cairo
Samuel Rogers
Hugh Miller.
 1802–1856.  
Critical Introduction by Henry Craik
The Reading of Nature’s Enigma
A Highland Scene
The Measure of Intellect
Lord Beaconsfield.
 1804–1881.  
Critical Introduction by Henry Craik
Man and Circumstance
Hopes Dispelled
Gleams of Light
The Glories of the Jews
A Region of Gloom
Nil desperandum
Jerusalem by Moonlight
Sir Robert Peel
A Sincere Adviser
John Stuart Mill.
 1806–1873.  
Critical Introduction by J. H. Millar
Human Nature a Science
Population and Production
On the Stationary State
The Formation of Rational Opinion
Elizabeth Gaskell.
 1810–1865.  
Critical Introduction by A. W. Ward
Esther’s Search for Mary
A Happy Return
Cousin Phillis
Dr. John Brown.
 1810–1882.  
Critical Introduction by A. Ainger
Her Last Half-Crown
Walter Scott and Marjorie
Wylie
William Makepeace
Thackeray.
 1811–1863.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
Telmessus
The Arch of Death
Pendennis in His Glory
The Modern Woman
The Duke of Marlborough
The Renunciation of Allegiance
Hogarth
Charles Dickens.
 1812–1870.  
Critical Introduction by A. W. Ward
Mr. Pickwick on the Ice
Sikes and His Dog
Christmas at the Cratchits
First Appearance of Mrs. Gamp
A Retrospect
The Shipwreck
The City of the Absent
The Very Queer Small Boy
Dean Church.
 1815–1890.  
Critical Introduction by H. C. Beeching
Spenser
Anselm
Civilisation and Religion
Charlotte Brontë.
 1816–1855.  
Critical Introduction by W. A. Raleigh
Religious Discipline
A Call Unanswered
A Riot Checked
James Anthony Froude.
 1818–1894.  
Critical Introduction by James Miller Dodds
End of the Mediæval Age
England’s Forgotten Worthies
Results of the Defeat of the Spanish Armada
History
Charles Kingsley.
 1819–1875.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
The Weir at Whitford Priors
Alton Locke in Lord Lynedale’s Room
Reflections on a Battlefield
At the Devil’s Limekiln
Down Lewthwaite Crag
Martin Lightfoot
George Eliot
(Mary Ann Cross).
 1819–1880.  
Critical Introduction by Henry Craik
Nature and Humanity
Epilogue to Mr. Gilfil’s Love Story
A Provincial Town
A Winter Night
A Farm House
A Lonely Life
Savonarola’s Benediction
Henry Longueville Mansel.
 1820–1871.  
Critical Introduction by J. H. Millar
Rational Theology not Attainable
Philosophy and Revelation
The Conception of General Law
The Limits of Moral Reason
Matthew Arnold.
 1822–1888.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
Of Energy in Literature
Ideas in France, Germany, and England
Arminius Criticises
Ancient and Modern Criticism of Poetry
Mr. Arnold as Barbarian and Populace
Eutrapelia
English and German Poetry
Edward Augustus Freeman.
 1823–1892.  
Critical Introduction by G. Gregory Smith
The Night before the Battle of Hastings
The Night after the Battle of Hastings
The Historical Genius of Thucydides
A First View of Périgueux
National Prosperity
Principles of Reform
John Richard Green.
 1837–1883.  
Critical Introduction by G. Gregory Smith
Queen Elizabeth
Pitt and His Age
The Physical Aspect of Early Britain
Capri
The Poetry of East London Life
Walter Pater.
 1839–1894.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
The Curiosity of Lionardo
The Æsculapian Theory
In the Campagna
Sir Thomas Browne at Norwich
Style
Robert Louis Stevenson.
 1850–1894.  
Critical Introduction by W. A. Raleigh
Pulvis et Umbra
The Wreck of the Christ-Anna
Nature Awaking

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