Index of Articles and Notices in East-Central Intelligencer, N.S. Volumes 16-18

[Published in The East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 19, no. 1 (January 2005), 1-32.]

 This index records the articles, reviews, lists, editorials, and lengthy notices within the 2002-2004 volumes of The East-Central Intelligencer (new series, Vols. 16-18).  During these years three numbers were issued, usually late in the month of their nominal dates, January, May, and September.  Indices were previously compiled for n.s., Vols. 1-5 (published in the May 1992 Intelligencer [6.ii.30-41]); for n.s., 6-10 (in September 1996 [10.iii.{49-61}]); and for n.s., 11-15 (in September 2001 [15.iii {54-72}]).

 Two indices follow, one of contents by title & topic and sometimes author (for books reviewed), and the other of contributors.  When titles are not sufficiently revealing, the article is indexed under a topic, rather than a title.  Many articles are multiply listed under different topics, and some cross-referencing occurs.  In the contents' list, items are arranged chronologically (by the issue date) and then by their place in that issue.  Since our issues do not have continuous pagination, their numbers have had to be included.  The citation has the form:  volume number in arabic, issue number in lower-case roman, the year whenever reference shifts to a new volume, and then the page numbers.  The index usually omits the brief mention of members, changes to the directory, and some short (usually redundant) notices as of grants and meetings.  Readers will remember that the Intelligencer always lists news of members, the meetings of ASECS affiliated organizations, and recurring grant and seminar deadlines.  Accounts or reviews of books are usually indexed under the book's author's name, but collections and annual journals are sometimes listed by their titles; books are usually also indexed under a field or topic as well.  The book reviewers' names are indexed in the contributors list.  Items without authorial ascription were typically written by the editor.  "Conference" is abbreviated "conf."; both "review" and "reviewed" are abbreviated "rev."; and "est." abbreviates "establish" and variants of that root.  The index contains corrections to the original issues:  although there's no room for a full list of spelling errors known to me, some major blunders are corrected below, as in the entry "Handbuch."

 I hope this index makes back-issues more valuable--readers who have Vols. 16-18 will be able to find quickly the names and addresses of many fellowships, journals, newsletters, and societies.  But the roughly 80 persons noted in the contributors index should also call attention to how consistently our newsletter has been a collaborative effort, well supported by members and non-members alike.  In celebrating that cooperation in 1992, I noted that we then had 250 readers and our issues were regularly over 36 pages long.  Those figures provide a good benchmark:  for eight years we have held on to about 450 readers including a growing number of libraries (this figure does not include the 20 organizations to which complimentary copies are sent, sometimes in exchange).  And the issues have averaged over 70 pages.  During that period the regular annual dues have remained at $10 ($5 for graduate students and $15 for couples).  The dues rate has been kept low in part due to roughly $900-1000 annually received for printing subvention from several offices at Penn State University, in particular from the DuBois Campus's Academic Affairs Director (currently Robert Loeb); the Department of English (currently chaired by Robert Caserio); the Director of the Center for the Study of the History of the Book, James L. West, III; and the Commonwealth College (Sandra Gleason, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs).

 I hope that those who are new members--or old members who've never contributed,--while reading over the title and topic index, will think of something they might contribute.  Submissions are preferred on diskette in WordPerfect 5.1 for DOS or an early version of IBM-formatted Word or as email attachments in Word or WordPerfect (but not the most recent versions).  I'm still writing and compiling the issues in WordPerfect 5.1 on DOS and converting to Word before producing printer's copy.  All new series volumes have been printed by Action Graphics of Clearfield.  We are eager to review members' books; however, we need authors to assist by obtaining review copies.  The newsletter is not copyright protected, and other newsletters in 18th-century studies do sometimes reprint articles and notes originating here.
 Finally, only a few back issues remain.  But both the Clark Library and Penn State's Rare Books Department have runs of new series volumes 1-18 (Delaware has destroyed or misplaced Ted Braun's deposited run of all EC/ASECS newsletters).  On request, I will gladly xerox and send out copies of particular articles.--James E. May

African-American culture and studies: rare editions sold: 17.i (2003), 43-44 [see "American Studies"; "Basker, J."; and "Slavery"].

American Antiquarian Society:  construction and closure: 16.i. (2002), 56; ditto and online catalogue: 16.ii.47; fellowships: 16.iii.76;  AAS and Gilder Lehrman Institute est. the on-line magazine Common-Place: 16.iii.79;  fellowships: 17.iii (2003), 72; Summer Seminar "Enriching American Studies Scholarship through the History of the Book" led by John Green: 18.ii (2004), 51;  book-trade directory online: 18.ii.67;  Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Vols. 111 and 112, no. 1 (2004), with 111.1 offering catalogue of AAS's portrait collection and 112.1 an ed. of a 1776 anti-slavery sermon: 18.iii.70.

American Indians:  P. Fields's research 16.i (2002), 48; acct. of J. Myers's "Torture, Scalping, . . .": 17.ii (2003), 18; Huntington acquires MS on indian raids and captivity: 18.iii (2004), 45; holdings at Miami U. of Ohio: 18.iii.66; National Museum est.: 18.iiii.67 [see "Stevens, L."].

American Library Association's RBMS Pre-conferences:  on "Facsimiles, Fakes, etc." in Toronto, June 2003: 17.ii (2003), 48; on collection migration to America, in New Haven, June 2004: 18.ii (2004), 57.

American Philosophical Society:  fellowships: 16.i (2002), 60; 17.iii (2003), 75.

American Printing History Asso.:  Americana on the market:  16.iii (2002), 34-37;  conf. in New York City, Oct. 2003, and website:  17.i (2003), 55;  fellowships: 17.iii.75.

American Studies:  Robert Churchill on "Gun Ownership in Early America" in William & Mary Quarterly, 60 (2003), 615-42: 17.iii (2003), 76-77;  Early Philadelphia data-sets on WWW: 18.i (2004), 18;  U. of North Carolina's WWW program "Documenting the American South": 18.i.66;  Resources for American Literary Study with Vol. 28 (2002) moves to AMS Press: 18.i.69 [see first entries above and "Gilder Lehrman"; "Haitian"; "Hamilton, A."; "Lofaro, M."; "McCusker, J." (on value of American and British money); "Mulford, C."; "Omohundro Institute"; "Sexuality"; "Slavery"; "Society of Early Americanists"; "Stevens, L."; "Wood, G."].

Amory, Hugh: "In Memory of Hugh Amory" with "Recent Publications by Hugh Amory":  16.i (2002), 42-45; addenda to the last: 16.ii.30-31.

AMS Press:  new address: 16.i (2002), 65;  Eighteenth-Century Thought established: 16.ii.54;  Resources for American Literary Study with Vol. 28 (2002) moves to AMS Press: 18.i (2004), 69;  Defoe's Political History published: 18.ii.67 [see "Eighteenth Century: A Current Bibliography"; "Eighteenth-Century Novel"; Eighteenth-Century Women"; and 1650-1850].

Anna Amalia Library:  "Fire Destroys 18C Treasures at Anna Amalia Library in Weimar": 18.iii (2004), 53-54.

Anthologies: n. rev. of C. Mulford, A. Vietto, and A. Winans's Early American Writings and three other anthologies: 16.ii (2002), 40; 18.i (2004), 57 [see "Basker, J."].

Aphra Behn Society:  conf. 23-26 Oct. 2002 at Mills College in Oakland, CA; with Society addresses: 16.ii (2002), 44; ditto: 16.iii.71;  2003 conf.: 17.iii (2003), 68.

"Archimedes in Laputa, [Gulliver's Travels] III, v, 9" by Hermann J. Real: 17.iii.21-24 and cover illus.

Architecture:  Queen's theatre at Versailles: 16.iii.78-79; exhibit on French Empire vs. Regency styles: 18.iii (2004), 66; National Center for American Revolution: 18.iii.67 [see "McAllister, M."].

Archives: The Journal of the British Records Association, including contents to Oct. 2002: 17.ii.53.

Archives:  PRO's A2A database cataloguing record office reports: 16.ii (2002), 56;  revised 4th ed. of Janet Foster & Julia Sheppard's British Archives (2002): 18.i (2004), 74;  R. O'Neill's Irish Libraries, Archives . . . Guide (2002), the RASCAL project, and MSS at Trinity College: 18.ii.65-66;  [USA's] National Archives and Records Administration's databases: 18.ii.66;  National Manuscripts Conservation Trust now under Britain's National Archives: 18.iii.68  [see "Folger"; "Ingram, K."; "Libraries"; "Nichols"; "Rare Books"; "Trinity College"].

Art:  See entries under "Music" and "Visual Arts."

ASECS, Conferences:  2003 conference with ISECS: 17.i (2003), 54-55;  conf. March 2004 in Boston: 17.iii.69; 18.i (2004), 63;  2005 conf. in Las Vegas: 18.ii.59; 18.iii.63 [see "International SECS" on joint 2003 meeting; and "Notes from Newark" for T. E. D. Braun's accounts of ASECS's 2002-04 conferences].

ASECS, Fellowships and Prizes:  16.iii (2002), 76-77; 17.iii (2003), 72-73; including new graduate student awards: 18.iii (2004), 68 [see also "Irish-American" and ASECS's News Circular].

Ashgate Publishing Company:  New Series on "Literary and Scientific Cultures of Early Modernity": 16.i (2002), 61-62;
"Eighteenth-Century Studies from Ashgate" [with bibliography of recent publications organized by fields] by Erika Gaffney: 18.iii (2004), 3-7.

Attribution:  books with attribution evidence on market: 17.i (2003), 35; H. Love's Attributing Authorship: 18.i (2004), 75;  J. Dussinger on S. Richardson's possible contributions to periodicals: 18.ii.49;  L. Katritzky attributes to G. C. Lichtenberg the Nightwatches of Bonaventura: 18.ii.52;  Jos. Rudman's "Non-Traditional Authorship
Attribution Studies" (2002) and other studies: 18.ii.62-63 and 18.iii.59;  "Authentic and Questionable Swiftiana" by Leland D. Peterson: 18.iii.7-11.

Austen, Jane:  brief notice of L. Troost and S. Greenfield's Jane Austen in Hollywood: 17.ii (2003), 18;  Jane Austen Society of North America's conf. Oct. 2005: 18.ii (2004), 59;  Vol. 25 of JASNA's Persuasion:  The Jane Austen Journal, (2003) and Persuasions On-Line, with B. Roth's survey of scholarship: 18.iii.57-58;  letter and 1st-eds. on market: 18.iii.45, 53;  JASNA's 2005 conf.: 18.iii.64 [see "Gross, G."; "Women's Studies" on Chawton House center].

Baltes, Sabine.  The Pamphlet Controversy about Wood's Halfpence (1722-25) and the Tradition of Irish Constitutional Nationalism (2003), rev. by Wanda Creaser:  18.ii (2004), 27-29.

Bannet, Eve Tavor.  The Domestic Revolution:  Enlightenment Feminisms and the Novel (2000), rev. by Temma F. Berg: 16.ii (2002), 19-21.

Bartram, William:  "Bartram Trail Conference Gathering Momentum" by Thomas Hallock:  16.ii (2002), 7-8.
Basker, James G. (ed.).  Amazing Grace:  An Anthology of Poems about Slavery, 1660-1810 (2002), rev. by Ann Cline Kelly: 17.iii (2003), 53-55;  rev. in JNL, 55.1: 18.iii (2004), 46.
 

Behn, Aphra:  S. Goulding on Behn's elegy for Rochester: 17.ii (2003), 20;  M.A. O'Donnell's bibliography Aphra Behn: 18.ii (2004), 68 [see "Eterovich, K." and "Aphra Behn Society"].

Berkeley, George:  International Berkeley Society and Texas A&M's 2003 conference commemorating 250th anniversary of GB's death: 16.ii (2002), 46; annual Colin and
Ailsa Turbayne International Berkeley Essay Prize deadline of 1 Nov. 2002: 16.ii.52.

Bewick, Thomas. "Avian Allusions:  The Influence of Thomas Bewick's Illustrations on John Clare's Natural History Writings" by Anne Zanzucchi: 18.i (2004), 9-15 and cover illus.;  D. Glendinning, A. Flowers, and A. Flowers's Thomas Bewick, 1753-1828 (2003): 18.i.70.

Bibliographical Society of America:  conf., publications, webpage:  16.i (2002), 59-60;  "BIBSITE, New Online Archive Maintained by B.S.A.," [coordinated by Jeffrey Barton at BSA's website, maintained by webmaster Travis Gordon]: 17.i (2003), 31-32;  developments including new flier, 2003 meeting, participation in SHARP 2003, fellowships, website: 17.i.62-63;  update on BIBSITE: 17.iii.77;  est. Justin Schiller Prize for publication on pre-20C children's lit.: 18.ii (2004), 62; 18.iii.68;  J. Woolley's checklist of first-line indices and bibliographies by J. May of recent studies posted on BIBSITE: 18.ii.64;  conf. "Roughing It: Printing and the Press in the West," Oct. 2004: 18.iii.60-61; Mitchell and Schiller Prize info on website: 18.iii.68 [see "Mitchell Prize"].
Bibliographical Society of Canada, its website and journal: 17.i (2003), 67; conf. June 2003: 17.ii.48; conf. at McMaster, June 2004:  18.i (2004) [see "Book History" for History of the Book in Canada, Vol. 1].

Bibliographies of Current Scholarship:  G. Felicitas Munzel's bibliography of Kant studies: 16.i (2002), 65; 17.iii (2003), 76;  "Supplement to 'Bibliographic Tools' [Sept. 1998]: Printed Sources for 18C Research" by J. May:  16.i.[66]-[73]; ditto, Part 2 [to "Steiner"]: 16.ii.[59]-[88]; ditto, Part 3:  16.iii.53-64; "Recent Titles in 18th-Century Studies from Bucknell U. Press" comp. by the Press: 16.ii.32;  Kevin Berland posts the 89th Selected Readings at C18-L: 16.iii.79; "Recent Studies on the History of the Book as a Physical Object: Including Binding, Paper and Papermaking, Printing, & Typography" by J. May: 17.i.67-[76]; ditto, Part 2 (to "Leon") : 17.ii.55-59; "First-Line Indexes of English Verse, 1650-1800:  A Checklist" by James Woolley: 17.iii.1-10;  bibliographies posted on BIBSITE: 17.iii.77;  recent publications including ABHB: 18.i (2004), 71-77;  Michael Londry's "On the Use of First-Line Indices for Researching English Poetry of the Long Eighteenth Century, c. 1660-1830, with Special Reference to Women Poets," in Library (2004): 18.ii.64;  bibliography of "Studies of Authorship in the Long 18th Century, c. 1988-2003" by J. May: 18.ii.69-[93];  Persuasions On-Line with bibliography of Austen studies: 18.iii.58;  Selected Readings #94 posted at C18-L by K. Berland: 18.iii.71  [see "Amory, H."; "Eighteenth Century: A Current Bibliography"; "Oakleaf, D."; and D. Traister in next entry].

Bibliographies of 18C titles and Bibliography:  "Nineteenth Century Short Title Catalogue (NSTC), 1801-1919": 16.ii (2002), 29-30;  Hand-Press Book (HPB) database of Consortium of European Research Libraries: 16.ii.55-56; 2003;  Sandars Lecture in Bibliography by M. Foot: 17.i (2003), 60;  Handbuch der historischen Buchbestande:  17.iii (2003), 55-57;  Dan Traister's on history of books and printing: 17.iii.76;  Bibliotheca: Revista di studi bibliografici founded: 18.i (2004), 69;  recent studies and bibliographies as R. Du Rietz's Swedish Imprints 1731-1833: 18.i.71-77;  M.A. O'Donnell's bibliography Aphra Behn, and P. Spedding's Bibliography of Eliza Haywood: 18.ii.68 [see "First-Line"; "Fleeman, J." for addenda to his bibliography of Samuel Johnson; "Hurd, R." for addenda to Donald D. Eddy's Bibliography of Richard Hurd; "Maslen, K."; "MMF Bibliography"; "Yolton, J."].

Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris: Bibliothèque Nationale de France's WWW resource "Les Expositions virtuelles": 17.ii (2003), 55.

Blake, William:  Winter 2002 issue of Blake, with its report of "unknown watercolors" of designs to illustrate Blair's Grave:  16.ii (2002), 53;  Prophetic Character: Essays on William Blake in Honor of John E. Grant, ed. by Alex. Gourlay (2003): 17.iii (2003), 65; additions to William Blake Archive and discussions of Blake's color-printing technique: 18.i (2004), 70-71.

Book Exhibitions:  see "Libraries."
Book History:  Diverse organizations and activities in the United Kingdom:  16.i (2002), 64-65;  Newsletter of the History of the Book in Canada: 16.i.65;  J. Hakapää's article on book history research in Finland in SHARP News: 16.ii.55;  BL's "Database of Bookbindings": 16.ii.56;  Scottish Book Trade Index:  16.iii (2002), 80;  1764 Dicey and Marshall catalogue mounted on WWW: 16.iii.80;  British Book Trade Index and Quadrat: 17.i (2003), 29;  Dan Traister's on history of books and printing: 17.iii.76;  recent studies as Cambridge History of the Book in Britain, 1557-1695: 18.i (2004), 71-77;  Mirjam Foot's Decorated Bindings in Marsh's Library, Dublin (2004): 18.ii.66;  History of the Book in Canada, Vol. I: Beginnings to 1840 published:  18.iii.70-71 [see "Bibliographies"; "Bibliography"; "Justice, G."; "Malkin, M."; "Rare Books" (e.g., 16.iii.48-53.); "Scottish"; SHARP and other relevant organizations].

Book Reviewing, state of: "Spectator No. 22" [by editor, with contributions by Harry Keyishian and George Justice]: 17.iii (2003), 27-32;  Australian Library Journal reviewers charge Amero-ethnocentricity: 18.i (2004), 67;  "Studies of Authorship . . .," a bibliography including studies of reviewing: 18.ii.69-[93].

Book Trade History Group and its Newsletter:  2002 meeting and decision to fold: 17.i (2003), 63.

"The British Book Trade Index, now at the U. of Birmingham" [under direction of M. Bell et al.]:  17.i (2003), 29;  Quadrat no. 17, including M. Bell and J. Hinks on BBTI now on WWW: 18.i (2004), 72.
British History:  recent studies, bibliographies, and editions: 18.i (2004), 71-77 [see "Oxford Companion"; "Le Fevre, P."].

British Library and Museum:  Current exhibitions and website:  map exhibition: 16.i (2002), 58; East India Co. exhibition: 16.ii.48; "Database of Bookbindings": 16.ii.56; Newspaper Library's website and Newspaper Library News:  16.ii.56-57; closing in June 2004: 18.ii (2004), 59.
British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies:  conf. Jan. 2003: 16.iii (2002), 72;  conf. Jan. 2004 in Oxford: 17.iii (2003), 68; website: 18.i (2004), 65;  2005 conf. at St. Hugh's, Oxford:  18.ii.58; 18.iii.62.

Brown, Charles Brockden Society:  conf. on "Atlantic Crossings . . ." at U. of Groningen, Oct. 2002: 16.i (2002), 55.

Bucknell U. Press: "Recent Titles in 18th-Century Studies from Bucknell U. Press" compiled by the Press: 16.ii.32.
Burke, Edmund: corrected proof copy of Reflections and unpublished ALS (to Yale) on market: 16.iii (2002), 31; 1787 letter bought by Yale: 18.iii (2004), 45 [see "Lambert, E."].

Burling, William J.  Summer Theatre in London, 1661-1820, and the Rise of the Haymarket Theatre (2000), rev. by Calhoun Winton:  16.i (2002), 29-30;  "Two Important Contributions to Theatre History by William J. Burling" [Summer Theatre, and, with Odai Johnson, The Colonial American Stage, 16651774: A Documentary Calendar (2001)], rev. essay by John Greene: 17.iii (2003), 35-37.

Burney, Frances.  Evelina, ed. by Susan K. Howard (2000), rev. by Geoffrey Sill: 16.i (2002), 28-29;  Burney MSS on market: 16.iii.31;  Peter Sabor becomes Director of The Burney Centre at McGill U.: 17.i (2003), 51;  The Witlings and The Woman-Hater, ed. by P. Sabor and G. Sill (2002), rev. by Lorna J. Clark:  17.iii.37-40;  eds., studies, and conference: 18.i (2004), 53-54; K. Glover's play Evelina: 18.ii.54;  members' projects & publications: 18.ii.55;  letters from Mrs. Piozzi to FB acquired by Harvard: 18.iii.44 [see "Gemmeke, M."; "Justice, G"].

Burney Letters, Susan:  pilot project of P. Olleson: 18.ii (2004), 66.

"Burney Society and its Burney Letter":  17.ii (2003), 39-40; 18.i (2004), 53;  spring 2004 Burney Letter: 18.ii.54;  2004 conf.: 18.ii.57;  editor L. Clark seeks contributions: 18.iii.56.

Byrd, William.  The Commonplace Book of William Byrd II of Westover (2001), ed. by Kevin Berland, J. K. Gilliam, and K. A. Lockridge, rev. by Frank Shuffelton: 16.i (2002), 31-34;  Byrd's copy of F. Hutcheson on market: 18.iii (2004), 46-47.

Canadian SECS:  conf. Oct. 2002 in Quebec:  16.ii (2002), 44; ditto: 16.iii.71; back issues of journal Lumen offered at discount: 16.iii.81; conf. Oct. 2003 in Vancouver: 17.iii (2003), 68; addresses and news, including conf. Oct. 2004 in Ontario and 2005 in Quebec:  18.iii (2004), 61 [see "Lumen"].

Canfield, J. Douglas:  assumes editorship of Restoration: 16.i (2002), 65;  "To the Memory of J. Douglas Canfield" [by editor]:  18.i (2004), 49-50.

Carpenter, Andrew (ed.).  Verse in English from Tudor and Stuart Ireland (2003), rev. by J. May: 18.i (2004), 41-42;  other editions by Carpenter: 18.i.51.

Carpenter, Kenneth E.  The Dissemination of The Wealth of Nations in French and in France, 1776-1843 (2002), rev. by Rebecca Kingston: 18.i (2004), 34-36.

Censorship: Gregory Brown's article on censorship in France, 2003: 16.ii (2004), 35;  "A Select Bibliography of Recent Studies of Censorship, Libel, Obscenity, and Press Freedom" by J. May (continued Feb. 2005): 18.iii (2004), 72-77 [see "Kinservik, M."].

Charrière, Isabelle de:  conf. at Yale, April 2002: 16.ii (2002), 52.

"Children's Books Historical Society":  Newsletter issue for Aug. 2002: 16.iii (2002), 80;  Newsletter of Nov. 2002: 17.i (2003), 65; contents Nov. 2003: 18.i (2004), 55-56;  rev. of book by J. Shefrin: 18.ii.63.

Children's Literature, and education:  Hockliffe Collection at De Montfort U. in Leicester: 16.i (2002), 65;  ditto, and conf.: 16.iii.79;  Jan Fergus's paper on Rugby school-boys' reading: 16.ii.36;  1764 Dicey and Marshall catalogue mounted on WWW: 16.iii.80;  Osborne Collection exhibit on animal tales: 17.i (2003), 57;  UCLA's Mitzi Myers fellowships for researching children's literature:  17.i.61;  UCLA's children's book holdings: 17.ii.5;  McMaster's U. Library exhibit:  17.ii.50; A. Immel writing chpt. on children's and school lit for Vol. 5 of Cambridge History of Book in Britain: 17.iii.65;  H. Fulton's "Private Tutoring in Scotland" in fall 2003 ECL: 18.ii (2004), 50-51;  conf. on "Education and Culture in the Long 18C" in Cambridge, 2005: 18.ii.59;  Justin Schiller Prize for publication on pre-20C children's lit.: 18.ii.62; 18.iii.68;  school-book collection at Miami U. of Ohio: 18.iii.66;  forthcoming essay by T. Barnard on children's lit. in 18C Ireland: 18.iii.70 [see "Cotsen Children's Library"; "Marks, S." and her articles "From Fielding" and "Holy Living"; "Shefrin, J."].

Cincinnati, U. of, Library: "Eighteenth-Century Highlights in the Archives & Rare Books Department at the University of Cincinnati" by Kevin Grace: 18.ii (2004), 3-7 and cover illus.

Clare, John. "Avian Allusions:  The Influence of Thomas Bewick's Illustrations on John Clare's Natural History Writings" by Anne Zanzucchi: 18.i (2004), 9-15 and cover illus.

Clark Library and UCLA Center for 17th- and 18th-Century Studies: core seminar topic and fellowships 2001-02 and 2002-03; 75th anniversary and fund-raising: 16.i (2002), 56-57;  fellowships, etc.: 16.ii.51; ditto: 16.iii.78;  exhibition "Letter Perfect" in 2002: 17.i (2003), 56;  2003-04 core program theme "Age of Projects": 17.i.62;  fellowships and core program for 2004-05: 17.iii.74; ditto for 2005-06: 18.iii (2004), 67-68 [see "Rare Books" for reports of acquisitions].
Clingham, Greg.  Johnson, Writing, and Memory (2002), rev. by Kathleen M. Kemmerer: 18.ii (2004), 29-30; also rev. in JNL, 55.1: 18.iii.46.
Collins, William, Society:  conf. and publication:  16.i (2002), 54; est. journal Augustan Studies, 1700-1800: 16.i.61.

Columbia U. Seminar on 18C European Culture: conf. on classical heritage, Sept. 2003: 17.i (2003), 55; 17.ii.48-49; 18.i (2004), 59.

Conferences:  "Princeton's Cotsen Children's Library Sponsors Conference on 'The Place of the Child in Early Modern Europe' in April [2002]," by Eric Johnson: 16.i (2002), 11;  Omohundro Institute's "From Bacon to Bartram:  Early American Inquiries into the Natural World," March 2002: 16.i.52;  Library Company of Philadelphia's conference "The History of Libraries in the United States" on 11-13 April 2002: 16.i.53;  Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society's conf. in Maynooth, May 2002: 16.i.53;  Omohundro's 8th annual meeting: 16.i.53; ditto: 16.ii.42-43;  SHARP's 10th annual in London, July 2002: 16.i.53;  20th Seminar on the History of the British Book Trade, at Exeter U., July 2002: 16.i.54; William Collins Society's 2nd conference in Chester, U.K., Sept 2002: 16.i.54;  U. of Toronto's Program in Book History and Print Culture's 1st meeting, Oct. 2002: 16.i.54;  "Money and Literature in the 17th & 18th Centuries" at Paris X-Nanterre, Dec. 2002: 16.i.55;  Mozart Society's 2nd biennial conf. Ithaca, NY, March 2002: 16.i.55;  11th Quadrennial International Congress on the Enlightenment at the UCLA, Aug. 2003: 16.i.55, 16.ii.46;  "Bartram Trail Conference Gathering Momentum [biennial conf. devoted to Wm. Bartram's travels in America]" by Thomas Hallock: 16.ii.7-8;  "Romantic Orientalism" in Powys, Wales, July 2002: 16.ii.44;  MWASECS at Southwest Missouri State U., Oct. 2002: 16.ii.44;  NEASECS at CUNY, Oct. 2002: 16.ii.44; Canadian SECS, Oct. 2002: 16.ii.44;  Aphra Behn Society in Oakland, CA, Oct. 2002: 16.ii.44;  NWSECS at U. of Washington, Nov. 2002:  16.ii.44;  DeBartolo Conf. 2003: 16.ii.45; 17.i (2003), 56; SEASECS 2003: 16.ii. 45; International Berkeley Society and Texas A&M's 2003 conf.: 16.ii.46; "Picturing Poverty:  Images of the Outcast" at U. of Aberdeen, May 2003: 16.ii.46;  on British theatre at Huntington in March 2002: 16.ii.52;  on de Charrière at Yale, April 2002: 16.ii.52;  on Swift's reception in Europe at Ehrenpreis Center, March 2002: 16.ii.53;  "The Child Reader:  1740-1840" at De Montfort U. to mark cataloguing of Hockcliffe Collection: 16.iii.79-80;  "Leibnitz and the English-Speaking World," 4-6 Sept. in Liverpool: 16.iii.81;  "Women's Writing in Britain, 1660-1830," at the Centre for the Study of Early English Women's Writing at Chawton, July 2003: 17.i.54;  Scottish Trans-Atlantic Relations Project conf. in Edinburgh, July 2003: 17.i.54;  Columbia U. Seminar in 18C European Culture's "Symposium on Classical, Hellenistic and Late Antique Texts in the 18C, Sept. 2003: 17.i.55; 17.ii.48-49; 18.i (2004), 59.; "Printing and the World of Learning" at Downing College, Cambridge, sponsored by Printing History Society, et al., Jan. 2004: 17.i.55;  ALA's Rare Book & MS Section's meeting ("Facsimiles, Fakes," etc.) in Toronto, June 2003: 17.ii.48;  Graduate Student Symposium at U. of Michigan, Sept. 2003: 17.ii.49;  English Association of the Penn. State Universities at West Chester U., Oct. 2003: 17.ii.49;  Group for Early Modern Studies, in CA, Oct. 2003: 17.ii.49;  on John Locke at St. Anne's College, Oxford, April 2004: 17.ii.50;  on J. G. Herder in Saarbrücken, Aug. 2004: 17.iii.69;  on Alexander von Humboldt at CUNY, Oct. 2004: 17.iii.69, 18.ii.58;  conf. at Yale celebrating tercentenary of est. of St. Petersburg, Oct. 2003: 17.iii.71;  on "Daring Women" at Noel Collection, March 2004: 18.i.52, 62; 18.ii.52;  Penn State Committee on Early Modern Studies' conf. "Europe Observed," March 2004: 18.i.63;  18C & 19C British Women Writers at Georgia: 18.i.63;  American Lit. Asso. conf. in San Francisco: 18.i.63;  "Money, Power, Prose: . . . Financial Revolutions . . ." at U. of Regina, June 2004: 18.i.64;  Literary London conf., at U. of London, July 2004: 18.i.64;  "Historical News Discourse" in Florence, Sept. 2004:  18.i.64;  10th International Kant Congress in Brazil, 2005: 18.i.65;  on John Locke at Yale, Oct. 2004: 18.ii.37-38, 18.iii.62;  on Henry Fielding at Yale, Oct. 2004: 18.ii.38;  "Haitian Revolution" at John Carter Brown Library, June 2004: 18.ii.57;  2005 DeBartolo Conf.: 18.ii.58-59, 18.iii.62;  "Education and Culture in the Long 18C" in Cambridge, 2005: 18.ii.59;  Bibliographical Society of America's conf. "Roughing It: Printing and the Press in the West" in St. Louis, Oct. 2004: 18.iii.60-61;  German Studies Asso. in Oct. 2004: 18.iii.61; conf. on Seven Years War in North America at Shenandoah U. in Oct. 2004: 18.iii.61-62;  Mid-West Kant group in Oct. 2004 at Purdue: 18.iii.62 [see "ISECS" and ASECS and their affiliate societies].

Consortium of European Research Libraries (CERL), and its Hand-Press Book (HPB) database:  16.ii (2002), 55.

Cope, Kevin L.  See The Eighteenth Century: A Current Bibliography and 1650-1850.

Correspondence and editions of such:  W. Burling's "Correspondence of Geo. Colman the Younger" posted on WWW: 17.i (2003), 65;  Voltaire Foundation's "Electronic Enlightenment" website with searchable 18C correspondence: 18.iii (2004), 71 [see "Burney Letters, Susan"; "Holmberg, J."; "Prior, M." "Richardson, S."; "Swift, J."; and "Woolley, D."].

Cotsen Children's Library:  "Princeton's Cotsen Children's Library Sponsors Conference on 'The Place of the Child in Early Modern Europe' in April [2002]," by Eric Johnson: 16.i (2002), 11; catalogue project (first vol. on 20C published): 17.iii (2003), 65; 18.ii (2004), 51.

Dance: see next entry and "Wickersham, E."

"Dancing by the Book: European Dance and Dance Notation Before 1801:  Books from the Collection of Mary Ann O'Brian Malkin
Exhibited at the Grolier Club, January-March 2002" by Mary Ann O'Brian Malkin:  16.ii (2002), 11-13 [and cover illus.];  ditto [on Ms. Malkin, her collection, and the opening of the Grolier Club exhibit] by Sandra K. Stelts: 6.ii. 13-14 [see "Malkin, M."].

DeBartolo Conference:  2003: 16.ii (2002), 45; 2004 (on transatlantic crossings): 17.iii (2003), 68-69; 18.i (2004), 62; 2005 (on natural world): 18.ii.58-59; 18.iii.62.

Defoe, Daniel:  autograph of "Of Resignation": 16.iii (2002), 32; M. Schonhorn's news of AMS editions: 17.i (2003), 52 and 17.ii.46;  Rob. Markley's plenary on Robinson Crusoe at EC/ASECS 2003: 18.i (2004), 47 and, on Part 2, at Johnson Society of Central Region: 18.ii.50; Rutgers U. exhibit by G. Sill of illustrated eds. of Robinson Crusoe: 18.ii.55-56;  Joseph Rudman's "Non-Traditional Authorship Attribution Studies in 18C Literature: Stylistic Statistics and the Computer" (2002): 18.ii.62-63;  new eds. of Defoe's Political History of the Devil: 18.ii.67;  A. Rivero's Norton Critical ed. of Moll Flanders forthcoming: 18.iii.59;  J. Rudman speaks on authorship attribution, focused on Defoe: 18.iii.59;  Spiro Peterson collection at Miami U.: 18.iii.66 [see "Sill" for rev. by Rosner].

De Montluzin, Emily Lorraine.  Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1731-1868" on WWW: 18.i.68.

DePorte, Michael. "Michael DePorte (1939-2003)" by Hermann J. Real (assisted by Janet Aikins): 18.i (2004), 48-49.

Dictionaries and Lexicography:  status of Goethe-Wörterbuch: 17.ii (2003), 55;  WWW posting of J. H. Zedler's Grosses vollständiges Universal-Lexicon aller Wissenschaften und Künste (1733) and J. C. Adelung's Grammatisch-kritisches Wörterbuch der hochdeutschen Mundart (1811): 18.i (2004), 18;  recent studies as W. J. Jones of German Lexicography: 18.i.71-77.

Dussinger, John (ed.).  Questions of Literary Property in 18C England.  [Special issue of] Studies in the Literary Imagination, 34, no. 1 (Spring 2001), rev. by J. May: 16.i (2002), 37-38.

EC/ASECS Business Meeting Minutes and Financial Report by Linda Merians, Exec. Sec'y: from Cape May, Oct. 20, 2001: 16.i (2002), 8-9;  from Rosemont College, Oct. 18, 2002: 17.i (2003), 7-8; from Greensburg, 4 Oct. 2004: 18.i (2004), 6-7.

EC/ASECS Conferences:  "Call for Papers:  The 33rd Annual EC/ASECS, 17-20 October 2002 at Rosemont College" [by Erlis Wickersham]: 16.i (2002), 1-3; status report on Rosemont conf.: 16.ii.1; ditto: 16.iii.1-2; "2003 EC/ASECS Meeting 2-4 October in Greensburg, PA" by Sayre N. Greenfield: 17.i (2003), 1-2; ditto, update on sessions and accommodations, by S. Greenfield: 17.ii.1-3 and 17.iii.1; conf. papers on "Death and Dying" ed. by T. Braun and J. Radner in 1650-1850: 17.ii.17-24; "EC/ASECS Returns to Cape May" by Susan Goulding and Linda E. Merians: 18.i (2004), 6; 2004-05 meetings: 18.i.64-65; "Cape May Awaits" by Susan Goulding: 18.ii.1-2; update on Cape May conf.: 18.iii.1-3; conf. papers on earthquakes ed. T. Braun and J. Radner forthcoming in SVEC: 18.ii.54; 2005 conf. in Annapolis: 18.iii.61 [see "Notes from Newark"].

EC/ASECS Directory:  as of May 15, 2003: 17.ii (2003), [60-77]; .

EC/ASECS Leland Peterson Service Award: 2002 awarded to John Radner: 17.i (2003), 7; "EC/ASECS Molin and Peterson Awards:  A Cumulative List:  Winners, . . . 1990-2002. Winners, Leland Peterson Award 1995-2003," noting 2001 awarded to Joan Stemmler and 2003 awarded to Linda E. Merians: 18.i (2004), 7-9.

EC/ASECS Miscellaneous:  proposed trip to Spain: 16.i (2002), 46; EC/ASECS history by J. Stemmler posted at EC/ASECS site maintained by T. Braun: 17.iii (2003), 63.

EC/ASECS Molin Prize for Best Paper by a Graduate Student:  "Report from the Molin Prize Committee" by Nancy A. Mace, 16.i (2002), 10-11;  "Diana Solomon Wins Molin Prize [2002]" by Nancy Mace; 17.i (2003), 6-7;  "EC/ASECS Molin and Peterson Awards:  A Cumulative List:  Winners, . . . 1990-2002. Winners, Leland Peterson Award 1995-2003": 18.i (2004), 7-9;  "Guidelines for Molin Prize Contest" by Doreen Alvarez Saar: 18.ii.2-3.

EC/ASECS Presidential Addresses:  Brijrah Singh's ". . . Cape May, N.J. : October 19, 2001":  16.i (2002), 3-8;  "2002 . . . Dance in Eighteenth-Century Practice and Fiction" by Erlis Wickersham: 17.i (2003), 2-6 and cover illus.;  "What My 'Eighteenth-Century' House Taught Me About Teaching" by Marie E. McAllister:  18.i (2004), 1-5.

Editing:  Institute for Editing of Historical Documents' workshop, June 2002: 16.i (2002), 60 [see "Correspondence"; "Richardson"; "Smollett"; "Swift"; and eds. reviewed passim].

"E-Enacting the E-Enlightenment: How Electronic Classrooms Make the Private Act of Scholarship into Public Performance" [student-composed webpages] by Mark Vareschi: 17.iii (2003), 32-35.

Ehrenpreis Center for Swift Studies [Münster]: Rodino Prize for best publication by recent-Ph.D.: 16.i (2002), 61;  symposium on "the Reception of Jonathan Swift on the Continent of Europe," March 2002, and donation of Wm. LeFanu's papers to the Center: 16.ii.53;  Fourth Rodino Prize to Stephen Karian: 16.iii.78; est. website: 17.i (2003), 59.

The Eighteenth Century:  A Current Bibliography, ed. by Kevin Cope and Robert C. Leitz (gen. eds.), et al: n.s. Vols. 20-21 for 1994-1995 published (2001):  16.i (2002), 48;  Vols. 20-21, rev. by Linda E. Merians: 16.ii.17-19;  Vols. 22-24 (1996-98) published (2003): 17.ii (2003), 43;  Vols. 22-24, rev. by George Justice: 18.i (2004), 23-24; editorial staff changes and publication of Vol. 19, Part 2: 18.i.54.

Eighteenth Century Collection, Primary Source Microfilm's series issued in subsets by subject, author, etc.: 17.i (2003), 65-66.

Eighteenth-Century Collections Online published, searchable text-base from Thomson/Gale (2003-): 17.iii (2003), 77; 18.ii.63-64.

The Eighteenth Century in 20th-Century Culture:  Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert's 2003 issue on "Das 18. Jahrhundert im Kino," with study of Jefferson in Paris: 17.iii.70.
Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society:  conf. at the National U. of Ireland in Maynooth, May 2002: 16.i (2002), 53;  2003 conf. in Dublin: 16.iii.73; 17.i (2003), 54;  2004 conf. in Dublin with 18C Scottish Studies Society: 17.iii.69; 18.i (2004), 63; 18.ii.57.

Eighteenth-Century Life, 25.2: spring 2001 issue a festschrift honoring Rob Maccubbin, ed. A. Potkay, rev. by Linda E. Merians: 16.iii (2002), 8-9;  ECL praised in March 2004 TLS: 18.ii (2004), 52-53;  ECL moves to Wyoming, to be edited by C. D. Reverand II and M. Booth:  18.iii.69.

The Eighteenth-Century Novel, Vol. 1, ed. by Susan Spencer, with book-rev. ed. Margo Collins (2001), rev. by Margaret Case Croskery: 16.iii (2002), 21-23;  call for submissions: 17.iii (2003), 75.

Eighteenth-Century Scottish Studies Society (ECSSS):  conf. at U. of Edinburgh, July 2002: 16.i (2002), 53-54; 16.ii.43;  publication of vols. of essays: 16.i.64;  2003 conf. in Charleston, S.C., April 2003: 16.ii.46; 16.iii.73; 17.i (2003), 54;  2004 conf. in Dublin with 18C Ireland Society: 17.iii.69; 18.i (2004), 63; 18.ii.57.

ESTC: Eighteenth-Century Short Title Catalogue: J. May's AEB article on ESTC and OCLC: 16.ii (2002), 39;  fee change for access through RLIN: 16.iii.81;  conf. papers on ESTC edited by H. Snyder and M. Smith: 18.i (2004), 77.

Eighteenth-Century Women:  Studies in Their Lives, Work, and Culture, ed. by Linda V. Troost:  Vol. 1, rev. by Beverly Schneller: 16.iii.23-24;  Vol. 2 (2000), rev. by Ellen Moody in 17.ii (2003), 24-31;  account of Vol. 3: 18.i (2004), 60.

Electronic Bulletin Boards and discussion lists:  see "Websites/WWW."

Engravings and Woodcuts:  Trinity College (TCD) acquires collection of political caricatures: 16.iii (2002), 47;  J. Grant's "The Powers of Death in Young's Night Thoughts Engravings": 17.ii (2003), 22;  "Avian Allusions:  The Influence of Thomas Bewick's Illustrations on John Clare's Natural History Writings" by Anne Zanzucchi: 18.i (2004), 9-15 and cover illus. [See "Bewick, T."; "Blake"; "Defoe"; "Sill, G."].

Eterovich, Karen, Aphra Behn show: 18.iii (2004), 66-67.

Fellowships: diverse ASECS awards as Irish-American Research, American Philosophical Society (APS): 16.i (2002), 60; Gilder Lehrman: 16.i.60; 17.iii (2003), 73-74;  William Reese Fellowships in the History of the Book in the Americas at four participating libraries: 16.ii.51-52;  Bibliographical Society [of U.K.], etc.: 16.iii.75; 17.iii.72;  UCLA's Mitzi Myers fellowships for researching children's literature: 17.i.61;  diverse as ACLS, Omohundro, Bibliographical Society of America, Bibliographical Society of U.K., John Carter Brown Library, Princeton, College of Physicians & Surgeons of Philadelphia's Wood Inst., AAS, and 11 libraries in conjunction with ASECS: 17.iii.71-73;  NEH summer stipends: 17.iii.71; ASECS research grants: 17.iii.73;  ASECS Irish-American Research Travel: S. Karian announced winner by A. C. Elias, Jr.: 17.ii.41-42; application info.: 17.iii.73;  Winterthur, Yale, Huntington, and Clark: 17.iii.74;  Am. Phil. Soc. and Folger: 17.iii.75;  NEH Summer Seminars & Institutes: 18.i (2004), 66;  diverse fellowships: 18.i.66-67; 18.ii.61; 18.iii.67-68;  "Betsey Taylor FitzSimon Wins 2004 Irish-American . . . Fellowship" by A. C. Elias, Jr.: 18.ii.36-37 [see libraries and institutions under their names; also see "Prizes"].

Finland, Book history in:  16.ii (2002), 55.

First-Line Indices: James Woolley's "First-Line Indexes of English Verse, 1650-1800:  A Checklist": 17.iii (2003), 1-10;  Michael Londry's "On the Use of First-Line Indices for Researching English Poetry . . . [esp.] Women Poets," in Library (2004): 18.ii (2004), 64.

Fleeman, J. D., and his Bibliography of the Works of Samuel Johnson:  "Additional Copies Found in Cornell Univ. Libraries': An Unprinted Appendix to J. D. Fleeman's Bibliography," by Donald D. Eddy: 16.ii (2002), 27-28.

Folger Institute, activities:  16.i (2002), 58; 16.ii.48-49; ditto: 16.iii.74;  2003-04 seminars: 17.ii (2003), 51-52;  spring 2004 seminars & application procedures: 17.iii.70;  fall 2004 programs: 18.ii (2004), 60.

Folger Shakespeare Library:  Ottoman and Manuscript exhibits in 2002:  16.i (2002), 58;  library website: 16.i.48;  exhibits on Folgers as collectors and "Thys Boke is Myne" 2002-2003: 16.ii.49 and 16.iii.74;  exhibits, Theatre and Consort: 17.i (2003), 56;  exhibit "Fakes, Forgeries,": 17.ii.51 and esp. 17.iii.70;  fellowships: 17.iii.75;  reconstruction projects, exhibits, fall 2004 seminars, performances: 18.i (2004), 65;  Hamnet Cat. and exhibit on toleration: 18.ii.60;  2004-05 exhibits (toleration and letter-writing) and performances: 18.iii.64.

Forschungszentrum für Europäische Aufklärung (Research-Center for European Enlightenment) est.: 16.iii (2002), 80.

Franklin, Benjamin: recent books on Franklin noted by Jack Fruchtman: 16.ii (2002), 37;  BF in popular press: 17.iii (2003), 64;  Franklin on Franklin, ed. by Paul M. Zall (2000), rev. by Jack Fruchtman, Jr.: 16.iii.28-29 [see "Mulford, C."; "Wood, G."].

French Literature and Culture:  "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity:  Exploring the French Revolution": 16.i (2002), 63;  contacts for Rousseau Asso., SECS French Studies, Staël & Coppet Group Studies, and Voltaire Society of No. America: 16.ii.47;  "Chronique d'Internet" in RFHL: 16.ii.48;  MSS on the market:  16.iii. 39-42, etc.;  thousands of French imprints acquired by TCD: 16.iii.47;  restoration of Queen's Theatre in Versailles: 16.iii.78;  Daedalus Books discounts L'encyclopédie (2001), 40 vols.: 17.iii (2003), 75-76;  site for Henri-Joseph Du Laurens: 18.i (2004), 70;  various publications: 18.i.71-77;  Rousseau Asso.'s biennial conf., 2005: 18.iii.64 [see "Carpenter, K."; "Charrière"; "Graffigny"; "MMF Bibliography"; "Poirier, R."; "Pompignan"; "Voltaire Foundation"].

"From Fielding to Sherwood: Setting a Good Example" by Sylvia Kasey Marks:  17.iii (2003), 13-31.

Gemmeke, Mascha. Frances Burney and the Female Bildungsroman (2004), rev. by Betty Rizzo:  18.iii (2004), 32-35.

Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History:  Historians' Forum: 16.i (2002), 58; 17.i (2003), 56;  fellowships: 16.i.60; ditto and Americana collections: 17.i.61;  fellowships: 17.iii.73-74; Historians' Forums spring 2004 and summer seminar for teachers: 18.i (2004), 66;  President J. Basker and Institute's involvement in NYHS exhibit on A. Hamilton: 18.iii.55, 65-66;  2004-05 schedule for Historians' Forums: 18.iii.65.

Gilpin, William: illus. MS of "Remarks on Forests . . . in Hampshire" at Christie's, June 2001: 16.iii (2002), 32-33;  National Library of Wales buys MSS and annotated copies from Fotheringham: 17.i (2003), 33;  Bodleian acquires (more) notebooks of Gilpin: 18.ii (2004), 69.

Gladfelder, Hal. Criminality and Narrative in Eighteenth-Century England: Beyond the Law (2001), rev. by Jan Stahl: 18.iii (2004), 21-25.

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang:  account of E. Wickersham's essay on Elective Affinities: 17.ii (2003), 22;  status of Goethe-Wörterbuch: 17.ii.55;  J. Reahard's book: 18.i (2004), 59 [see "Kerry, P."].

Goethe Society of North America: events and contacts: 16.ii (2002), 47; 17.ii (2003), 55; "Note on the Goethe Society of North America" by John P. Heins: 18.i (2004), 16-17;  GSNA's Yearbook, ASECS session, and fellowships: 18.i.67;  publication of Yearbook, Vol. 12: 18.ii.55;  fund-raising for Anna Amalia Library: 18.iii.54 [see "Kerry, P."].

Graffigny, Françoise de:  Voltaire Foundation conf. on new approaches:  Sept. 2002: 16.i (2002), 54 [see "Poirier, R."].

Grolier Club:  exhibit on quack medicine: 17.i (2003), 57; exhibit and Club's on-line catalogue: 18.ii (2004), 60 [see "Dancing by"].

Gross, Gloria Sybil.  In a Fast Coach with a Pretty Woman:  Jane Austen and Samuel Johnson (2002), rev. by Ellen Moody: 18.iii (2004), 30-32.

The Grub-Street Journal, 1730-1733, facs. ed., intro. by Bertrand A. Goldgar (rpt. 2002), rev. by James E. Tierney: 17.ii (2003), 33-35.

Hagley Museum and Library:  fellowships: 17.ii (2003), 52.

"The Haitian Revolution: Viewed 200 Years After," conf. at John Carter Brown Library, June 2004: 18.ii (2004), 57.

Hamilton, Alexander, John Jay, and James Madison.  The Federalist, ed. by George W. Carey and James McClellan (2001), rev. by Jack Fruchtman, Jr.:  18.iii (2004), 17-21 [on Hamilton, see 18.iii.65-66].

Handbuch der historischen Buchbestände project of B. Fabian,  summary of scope and purpose: 17.iii (2003), 55-57; correction of the latter: 18.i (2004), 71 [replace "historischer" with "historischen" in title, etc., and replace "Handbuch der deutscher . . . " with "Handbuch deutscher"].

Hawes, Clement:  Edition of Gulliver's Travels, etc.: see "Swift, J."

Historical Scholarship:  see "Hume, R."; "Rhetoric."

Holmberg, James.  Dear Brother:  Letters of William Clark to Jonathan Clark (2002):  16.ii (2002), 58.

"Holy Living and Holy Dying in British Fiction for Young People 1672-1839" by Sylvia Kasey Marks:  17.ii (2003), 8-14.

Hopkinson, Francis, and his music MSS:  "At Auction: The Hopkinson Hoard--or Not!":  16.ii (2000), 26-27.

Hughes, Derek (Gen. Ed.). Eighteenth-Century Women Playwrights (2001), rev. by Timothy J. Viator:  16.ii (2002), 14-16.

Hume, Robert D. "The Aims and Limits of Historical Scholarship," RES, n.s. 53 (2002), 399-422, summarized: 17.i (2003), 63-64.

Huntington Library and Museum:  project to catalogue maps: 16.ii (2002), 49; fellowships:  16.ii.50;  Museum acquires Angelica Kauffman painting: 16.ii.53;  fellowships: 16.iii.77-78; 17.iii (2003), 74; 18.iii (2004), 68;  L. Stalker's survey of acquisitions: 18.iii.45.

Hurd, Richard:  "Additional Copies of Richard Hurd Found at the University of Virginia" [addenda to Eddy's A Bibliography of Richard Hurd] by Donald D. Eddy:  16.ii (2002), 29.

India: "Jeweled Arts of India" at Cleveland Museum of Art: 16.i (2002), 59;  East India Co. exhibit at BL: 16.ii.48; acct. of B. Singh's "Female Infanticide and the Raj": 17.ii (2003), 18;  Yale Center for British Art exhibits and programs: 17.iii.70-71;  presentation copies of Wm. Francklin's Military Memoirs of Mr. George Thomas: 18.iii (2004), 47 [see "Singh, B." and cover to 16.i].

Ingram, Kenneth.  Manuscript Sources for the History of the West Indies (2000), as rev. in Archives:  17.ii (2003), 53.

ISECS: International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies:  11th Quadrennial Congress on the Enlightenment at the UCLA, Aug. 2003: 16.i.55 (2002); 16.ii.46; 16.iii.73; 17.i (2003), 54; 17.ii.48; ISECS Seminar ("Transnational Reading") announced for Los Angeles July-Aug: 16.ii.52;  Voltaire Foundation publishes ISECS Directory (2003): 18.i (2004), 77 [see "Notes from Newark" on 2003 meeting].

Irish-American Research Travel Fellowships [ASECS's]: scope and application info., with notice that Thomas Curley won the 2001 prize: 16.ii (2002), 51;  on 2003 applications: 16.iii.77;   "Stephen Karian Wins Irish-American Research Travel Fellowship" by A. C. Elias, Jr.: 17.ii (2003), 41-42;  applications due 1 Nov. 2004: 17.iii.73;  "Betsey Taylor FitzSimon Wins 2004 Irish-American Research Travel Fellowship" by A. C. Elias, Jr.: 18.ii (2004), 36-37.

Irish Studies:  Keough Institute for Irish Studies at Notre Dame offers NEH seminar: 17.i (2003), 62; [ditto, members participating:] 18.ii (2004), 49;  contact for mid-Atlantic regional Irish Studies society: 18.i.65;  Four Courts Press publications such as James Kelly's Gallows Speeches from Eighteenth-Century Ireland: 18.ii.64-65;  MS accessions to TCD: 18.ii.65; Long Room, #48, articles on and news of libraries and archives and of publications: 18.ii.65 [see "Baltes, S."; "Carpenter, A."; "Irish-American"; "Pollard, M."; "Rare Books" (as for 16.iii.39f., 47f.); "Swift, J."].

Jenkins, Annibel.  I'll Tell You What: The Life of Elizabeth Inchbald (2003), rev. by Betty Rizzo: 18.i (2004), 31-34.

Johnson, Samuel: Johnson House on Gough Sq. reopens: 16.ii (2002), 48;  association copies related to Boswell, Johnson, and Reynolds, and rare editions sold: 17.i (2003), 32-33, 44-45; accts. of L. Berlund on concept of death in Boswell's Life of Johnson and on L. Wilcox's essay on Johnson's strategies of consolation: 17.ii (2003), 21-23;  Johnsonian News Letter revived: 18.i (2004), 54, 68; 18.iii.72 [see "Clingham, G."; "Fleeman, J."; "Gross, G."; "Lynch, J."; "Slavery"].

Johnson Society of the Central Region:  conf. at Notre Dame, May 2002: 16.i (2002), 53;  conf. at Wisconsin, March 2003: 17.i (2003), 53;  conf. at Northwestern U., May 2004, etc.: 17.ii.49; 17.iii.69; 18.i (2004), 63;  account of conf. at Northwestern: 18.ii.50, 59; conf. at Missouri, April 2005: 18.iii.63.

Johnson Society of Southern California: conf. in Los Angeles, Sept. 2002:  16.ii (2002), 44.

Journals: William Collins Society's Augustan Studies, 1700-1800: 16.i (2002), 61;  The Eighteenth Century's special theatre issue: 16.i.61;  Eighteenth-Century Fiction's (ECF's) special issue on "Fiction and Religion: 16.i.61;  online journal The Cardiff Corvey: Reading the Romantic Text: 16.i.62;  History Scotland:  16.i.65;  J. Douglas Canfield now edits Restoration: 16.i.65; submissions called for by ECF for issue "On the Borders of Fiction": 16.ii.54;  Eighteenth-Century Thought established: 16.ii.54;  Romantic Circles Reviews, an on-line book review:  16.ii.55;  Revue française d'histoire du livre's "Lumières et Internet" and "Chronique d'Internet" articles:  16.ii.58; Eighteenth-Century Life's spring 2001 issue is a festschrift for Robert Maccubbin, rev. briefly by Linda E. Merians: 16.iii.8-9; Quadrat (Peter Isaac's occasional newsletter on British book trade) to be edited by John Hinks at Birmingham: 17.i (2003), 29; contents of Long Room, #47: 17.i.58-59;  Journal of Colonialism & Colonial History, e-serial from JHUP: 17.i.64;  Oct. 2002 & Jan'y 2003 William and Mary Quarterly: 17.i.65;  Adam Smith Journal founded: 17.i.66-67;  Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada: 17.i.67;  1650-1850, 7 (2002), rev. by M. M. Stewart: 17.ii.17-24;  Archives: 17.ii.53; Studies in Bibliography back-issues put on WWW: 17.ii.53;  Eighteenth-Century Music established: 17.ii.54;  ECF offers Vols. 1-10 at discount:  17.ii.54;  Hume Studies 1-10 accessible at Hume Society site: 17.ii.54-55;  on Lessing Yearbook, esp. Vol. 31, by Michael Ritterson:  17.iii.25-27;  Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert's 2003 issue focused on "Das 18. Jahrhundert im Kino": 17.iii.70;  Eighteenth-Century Studies seeks new editor: 17.iii.75;  William & Mary Quarterly:  R. Churchill on "Gun Ownership in Early America" (July 2003): 17.iii.76-77;  Johnsonian News Letter revived, fall 2003: 18.i (2004), 54, 68; 18.iii.72;  Age of Johnson, 14: 18.i.57;  Swift Studies, 18 (2003) published: 18.i.59;  Studies in Bibliography, 54: 18.i.61; call from ECF for issue on "Fiction and the Family": 18.i.67;  Australian Library Journal reviewers charge Amero-centricity: 18.i.67;  American Periodicals moved to Ohio State U.: 18.i.68;  Journal of Scottish Philosophy incorporates Reid Studies: 18.i.68-69;  journals Antiquity in Modernity, Bibliotheca:  Revista di studi bibliografici, Eighteenth-Century Music, and Eighteenth-Century Thought founded: 18.i.69;  TEXT, 15 published: 18.i.70; Eighteenth-Century Life rev. in TLS: 18.ii.52-53;  Swift Studies, 19: 18.ii.55, 18.iii.59;  Long Room, #48: 18.ii.65-66;  Restoration's new home and eds.: 18.ii.68, 18.iii.71;  William & Mary Quarterly, Jan. 2004: 18.ii.68;  Jane Austen Society of North America's Persuasion, 25 (2003); and its Persuasions On-Line:  18.iii.57-58;  XVIII: New Perspectives on the Eighteenth Century, Vol. 1: 18.iii.69;  Tita Chico is new editor of Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation: 18.iii.71-72 [see titles "Eighteenth-Century Novel"; "Eighteenth-Century Women"; "Lessing"; "Lumen"; "Scriblerian"; "1650-1850"; "Swift, J."].

Justice, George.  The Manufacturers of Literature:  Writing and the Literary Marketplace in Eighteenth-Century England (2002), rev. by Eleanor Shevlin: 17.iii (2003), 45-49; [accidentally reprinted:] 18.i (2004), 27-31.]

Kant, Immanuel, and North American Kant Society:  F. Munzel's bibliography and the North American Kant Society Newsletter and website: 16.i (2002), 65;  publications and society info: 16.ii (2002), 47;  news, esp. est. of regional study groups: 17.ii (2003), 50;  developments including Munzel's bibliography for 2001: 17.iii (2003), 76;  10th International Kant Congress in Brazil, 2005: 18.i (2004), 65;  Mid-West Study Group at Purdue in Oct. 2004: 18.iii.62.

Katritzky, Linde.  A Guide to Bonaventura's Nightwatches (1999): 18.ii (2004), 51-52.

Kelly, Ann Cline.  Jonathan Swift and Popular Culture.  Myth, Media and the Man (2002), rev. by Beverly Schneller: 17.i (2003), 16-17.

Kerry, Paul E.  Enlightenment Thought in the Writings of Goethe: A Contribution to the History of Ideas (2001), rev. by Michael Ritterson: 16.iii (2002), 13-16; _____ (ed.), Goethe and Religion, special issue of Literature and Belief, Vol. 20, no. 2. (2000), rev. by Luanne Frank: 18.i (2004), 30-33.

Kinservik, Matthew J.  Disciplining Satire: The Censorship of Satiric Comedy on the Eighteenth-Century London Stage (2002), rev. by Calhoun Winton: 16.iii (2002), 12-13.

Lambert, Elizabeth.  Edmund Burke of Beaconsfield (2003), abstracted:  17.iii (2003), 66;  rev. by John B. Radner: 18.i (2004), 19-23.

Le Brocquy, Sybil. Cadenus & Swift's Most Valuable Friend. Intro. by Andrew Carpenter (2003), rev. by Louise Barnett: 18.ii (2004), 23-26.

Lectures: John Brewer gives Lewis Walpole Library lecture, March 2002: 16.ii (2002), 52-53;  Mirjam Foot gives 2003 Sandars Lectures: 17.i (2003), 60;  Patricia Fleming and Yvan Lamonde give AAS's Wiggins Lecture: 17.i.61 [see "Gilder Lehrman Institute" on its "Historians' Forum"; "Yale Center"]

Le Fevre, Peter, and Richard Harding (eds.), Precursors of Nelson:  British Admirals of the Eighteenth Century (2000), rev. by H. George Hahn: 16.iii (2002), 20-21.

"Lessing Society and Lessing Yearbook," including rev. of Vol. 31, by Michael Ritterson: 17.iii (2003), 25-27.

Libraries:  closures for construction of American Antiquarian Society and of All Soul's College: 16.i (2002), 56;  exhibit of treasures from Los Angeles libraries: 16.i.57;  Zinman collection acquired by Library Company of Philadelphia: 16.i.57;  New York Society Library exhibition guide, [on] Green, Hammond, and Winthrop Collections: 16.i.58;  British Library's (BL's) map exhibit: 16.i.58;  BL's East India Co. exhibit: 16.ii.48; U. of Otago Library's special collections: 16.ii.49-50;  Rosenbach's renovations: 16.ii.50;  Beinecke's exhibit of Mellon's bequest of Americana: 16.ii.50;  "Rosenbach's 'Making Shakespeare'" [by Jack Lynch]: 16.iii.9;  Pierpont Morgan closing for reconstruction: 16.iii.73-74;  Colonial Williamsburg's Wallace Decorative Arts Museum's "Mapping Scotland": 16.iii.74-75;  touring exhibit on Bonnie Prince Charlie: 16.iii.75;  opening of Chawton House Library of the Centre for the Study of Early English Women's Writing in Hampshire: 17.i (2003), 54; 18.i (2004), 60;  exhibits at Folger, Clark, Grolier Club, Library Company, New York Public, and Osborne (Toronto): 17.i.56-57;  Electronic Resources Database at McMaster: 17.i.57;  National Library of Australia's exhibit "Treasures from the World's Great Libraries" in 2002: 17.i.59; McMaster's U.: 17.ii.50;  Newberry & its programs: 17.ii.51; Bibliothèque Nationale de France's WWW resource "Les Expositions virtuelles": 17.ii.55;  Handbuch der historischen Buchbestande: 17.iii.55-57; correction to the latter: 18.i.71;  J. Foster & J. Sheppard's revised guide British Archives (2002): 18.i.74;  Malkin dance collection donated to Penn State: 18.i.57; Rutgers exhibit by G. Sill of illustrated Robinson Crusoe eds.: 18.ii.55-56;  accounts of Irish libraries & archives: 18.ii.64-66;  [USA's] National Archives and Records Administration's databases: 18.ii.66;  decline in acquisitions of foreign publications noted: 18.ii.68-69 [see "Cincinnati, U"; "Clark"; "Cotsen Children's Library"; "Dancing"; "Huntington"; "Library Company"; "Marsh's"; "New York Historical"; "New York Public"; "Newberry"; "Noel Collection"; "Spencer Library"; "Stanford U."; "Trinity College"; "UCLA"; "Yale"].
Libraries, private:  On Emma Laws's "The 'Golden Age' of Powderham Castle's Library" in Rep. Trans. Devon. (2001) [correct the misspelling of "Powderham" in the article]: 16.ii (2002), 57; Gilder-Lehrman collection of Americana on loan at four libraries: 17.i (2003), 61;  National Trust's management of 150 estate libraries noted by L. Feldman: 18.ii (2004), 21-22;  R. Matteson's A Large Private Park: The Collection of Archbishop William King (2003): 18.ii.65;  A. Berland's, Earl of Perth's, H. B. Vander Poel's, J. Brett-Smith's, and Mary Hyde's libraries sold at auction: 18.iii.43-44;  Tytler family library dispersed: 18.iii.45-46.
Library Company of Philadelphia:  conf. "The History of Libraries in the United States," April 2002: 16.i (2002), 53; acquires Michael Zinman collection of pre-1801 imprints: 16.i.57; Fellowships: 16.1.60; 17.iii (2003), 75;  exhibit "Textual Materiality" on books as physical objects, 2002: 16.iii.81; 17.i (2003), 57;  Early American Economy and Society fellowships: 17.iii.75.

"Lisa's Travels into Several Remote Sites of the Internet" by Lisa Rosner:  17.ii (2003), 14-15; No. 2: 18.i (2004), 17-18; No. 3: 18.iii.11-12.
Locke, John:  for bibliography, see "Yolton, J."; for exhibits, see "Yale."

Lofaro, Michael A.  Daniel Boone: An American Life (2003), rev. by Peter Staffel:  18.iii (2004), 26-30.

Lumen: Annual of The Canadian Society for 18C Studies: back issues offered at discount: 16.iii.81;  editorial developments and a rev. of Vols. 18-20 (1999-2001) by J. May: 17.i (2003), 23-27; addenda & correction: 17.ii.53;  Vols. 21-22 (2002-2003), ed. by John Baird, et al., rev. by J. May: 18.i (2004), 42-43.

Lynch, Jack. The Age of Elizabeth in the Age of Johnson (2003), rev. by Sayre N. Greenfield: 17.iii (2003), 50-52; "Rosenbach's 'Making Shakespeare'" [by Jack Lynch]: 16.iii.10.

Maccubbin, Robert P., festschrift in honor of, by Linda E. Merians: 16.iii (2002), 8-9.

Malkin, Mary Ann O'Brian: donates collection of dance books to Penn State U.: 18.i (2004), 57 [see next entry and "Dancing by the Book"].

Malkin, Mary Anne O'Brian, Moira Goff, Jennifer Thorp, Terry Belanger and Richard Noble (comps.).  Dancing by the Book:  A Catalogue of Books 1531-1804 in the Collection of Mary Ann O'Brian Malkin (2003), rev. by J. May:  18.ii (2004), 33-36.

Marks, Sylvia Kasey. Writing for the Rising Generation: British Fiction for Young People 1672-1839 (2003), rev. by Marta Kvande:  18.iii (2004), 25-26.

Marsh's Library:  Mirjam Foot's Decorated Bindings in Marsh's Library, Dublin (2004): 18.ii.66.

Maslen, Keith.  Samuel Richardson of London[:] Printer (2001), briefly noted:  16.i (2002), 62.

McAllister, Marie E. [Presidential address, 2004:]  "What My 'Eighteenth-Century' House Taught Me About Teaching": 18.i (2004), 1-5.

McCusker, John J.  How Much Is That in Real Money?, 2nd ed (1992) reissued by Oak Knoll: 16.ii (2002), 54.

Medicine:  fellowships at Wood Institute for the History of Medicine, College of Physicians & Surgeons, Philadelphia:  17.iii (2003), 72 [see "Grolier Club"].

Memorial Tributes:  Edward Perkins, Mitzi Myers, and Simon Varey: 16.ii (2002), 33-34;  Susan Elias and Peter Isaac: 16.iii.65; Rita Tessmann: 17.i (2003), 46;  Andrew Carpenter's wife, Dorothy Molloy Carpenter [n. spelling correction]: 18.ii (2004), 48; Paul-Gabriel "Boucé: 18.iii.60 [see "Canfield, J. D."; "DePorte, M."; "Vienken, H."].
Miami U. Library (Ohio):  18C resources: 18.iii (2004), 66.

Michaelson, Patricia Howell. Speaking Volumes: Women, Reading, and Speech in the Age of Austen (2002), rev. by Marie E. McAllister: 17.i (2003), 12-15.

Midwestern ASECS: conf. at Southwest Missouri State U. in Springfield, Oct. 2002: 16.ii (2002), 44; ditto: 16.iii.71; newsletter and website: 17.i (2003), 55; 17.ii.49; conf.: 17.iii.68; 2004 conf. in St. Louis: 18.i (2004), 64; 18.ii.58; 18.iii.61.

Mitchell Prize of Bibliographical Society of America: "BSA's Wm. L. Mitchell Prize for Research on Early English Serials": 16.i (2002), 38-39; ditto: 16.ii.30;  "[Barbara] Fitzpatrick Wins . . .": 17.i (2003), 30-31; 18.iii (2004), 68.

"The MMF Bibliography of French Prose Fiction, 1700-1800: A Progress Report" [On the second Mylne, Martin, Frautschi bibliography] by Dick Frautschi: 16.i (2002), 12-15;  articles with project results: 18.iii (2004), 56-57.

Montolieu, Isabelle de. "Isabelle de Montolieu (1751-1832) and Her Readers" by Éva Pósfay: 17.iii (2003), 10-13.

Moody, Ellen, WWW postings of Caroline de Lichtfield (1815) and related critical material and biographical material on Montolieu; and material on Anne Finch: 16.iii (2002), 68-69; 17.iii (2004), 12; 18.ii (2004), 53.

More, Hannah:  see "Scheuermann, M."

Mozart Society of America:  2nd biennial conf. at Cornell U., March 2003, with theme "Mozart and the Keyboard": 16.i (2002), 55; 16.iii.73; 17.i (2003), 54.

Mulford, Carla, and David S. Shields (eds.).  Finding Colonial Americas: Essays Honoring J.A. Leo Lemay (2001), rev. by Laura M. Stevens: 17.ii (2003), 31-33.

Museums and their exhibits: Handel House Museum: 16.1 (2002), 58;  "Jeweled Arts of India" at Cleveland Museum of Art: 16.i.59;  U.S. Botanic Gardens of teapots: 17.i (2003), 57;  Yale's Peabody Museum of Natural History's on "Machu Picchu": 17.i.60;  Vatican exhibit touring America: 17.ii.51;  Dukes of Devonshire's collections on exhibit in NYC: 18.ii (2004), 61;  "George III and Queen Charlotte" at Buckingham Palace: 18.ii.61;  Alexander Hamilton at NYHS, 2004-05: 18.iii.55, 65-66;  National Museum of American Indian opened and National Center for the American Revolution designed: 18.iii.67 [see "Yale Center"].

Music:  Handel House Museum: 16.1 (2002), 58;  National Symphony (Washington): 16.i.59;  "At Auction:  The [Francis] Hopkinson Hoard--or Not!": 16.ii.26-27;  Th. McGeary's research on Handel, etc.: 16.ii.39;  music MSS on the market: 16.iii. 41-42; "All-[Harold] Schiffman Concert at the Carnegie, 10 March 2003," including performance by Jane Perry-Camp; recording news also noted: 17.i (2003), 31;  Eighteenth-Century Music est.: 17.ii.54; 18.i (2004), 69;  concerts at Dickinson College: 17.iii.70; S. Rogal's checklist of music publications of long 18C: 18.i.76; Beethoven MSS on market: 18.iii.43; Irish Music Studies: 18.ii.65 [see "Folger" for its Consort and "Mozart Society"].

Myers, Mitzi, and Memorial Fund in her honor at UCLA: 16.ii (2002), 33-34; 17.i (2003), 61.

National Archives and Records Administration:  Access to Archival Databases, via the WWW (of 20 agencies of USA): 18.ii (2004), 66.

National Endowment for the Humanities:  Seminar for College & U. Teachers at Notre Dame 2003: 17.i (2003), 62;  grants for Preserving and Creating Access to Humanities Collections and Reference Materials: 17.ii.52;  deadlines for Summer Seminars & Institutes: 18.i (2004), 66.

Neue Deutsche Biographie (NDB), 20 vols., 1953-, ed. by the Historical Commission at the Bavarian Academy (1953-): 17.i (2003), 65;  "Bits & Bytes" by Editor Sarah Wenzel: 17.i.65.

New Dictionary of National Biography (New DNB): publication: 18.ii (2004), 66.

New York Historical Society: 2004-05 exhibit Alexander Hamilton: ditto and NYT review: 18.iii (2004), 55, 65-66.

New York Public Library:  exhibit on Izaak Walton and 2003 programs: 17.i (2003), 57; exhibits ("Newtonian Moment," French decorative arts, "Jews in America"), lectures on Newton, and other 2004-05 programs: 18.iii (2004), 66.

Newberry Library: notes on, including programs 17.ii (2003), 51.

Newsletters: notes on diverse newsletters:  articles in Spring 2002 SHARP News: 16.ii (2002), 55;  BL's Newspaper Library's Newspaper Library News:  16.ii.56-57;  American Antiquarian Society and Gilder Lehrman Institute est. on-line Common-Place:  16.iii.79;  Children's Book History Society Newsletter, Aug. 2002: 16.iii.80; ditto, Nov. 2002: 17.i.65;  Burney Letter:  17.ii.39-40, 18.ii.54; editor L. Clark seeks contributions to Burney Letter: 18.iii.56 [see 18C societies by name].
Nichols Archive Project (papers of printer-editor John Nichols and his family): 16.ii (2002), 58.

"Nineteenth Century Short Title Catalogue (NSTC), 1801-1919": 16.ii (2002), 29-30.

Noel Collection, special collections of J. S. Noel Library at LSU-Shreveport, developments (grants and conf.) and holdings:  17.i (2003), 57-58;  conf. on "Daring Women," March 2004: 18.i (2004), 52, 62; 18.i.52;  papers of conf. Imagining the Sciences published: 18.i (2004), 54.

North American Kant Society: see "Kant."

Northeast ASECS:  conf at CUNY, Oct. 2002: 16.ii (2002), 44; 16.iii.71;  conf. in Providence, RI, Nov. 2003: 17.i (2003), 55; 17.ii.49; 17.iii.68;  conf. in Burlington, VT, Nov. 2004: 18.i (2004), 64; 18.ii.58; 18.iii.62.

Northwest ASECS:  conf. at U. of Washington, Nov. 2002:  16.ii (2002), 44; ditto, with Society info.: 16.iii.71.

"Notes from Newark" by T. E. D. Braun.: [on 2001 EC/ASECS in Cape May:]  16.i (2002), 39-42; [on 2002 ASECS in Colorado Springs:] 16.ii.21-26;  [on 2002 EC/ASECS at Rosemont College:] 17.i (2003), 8-12;  [on Northwest SECS at U. of Washington:]  17.ii.35-39;  [on the ISECS/ASECS at UCLA:] 17.iii.57-61;  [on EC/ASECS at Greensburg:] 18.i (2004), 44-48;  [on 2004 ASECS in Boston:] 18.ii.39-43.

The Novel:  "Holy Living and Holy Dying in British Fiction for Young People 1672-1839" by Sylvia Kasey Marks: 17.ii (2003), 8-14; "From Fielding to Sherwood:  Setting a Good Example" by Sylvia Kasey Marks:  17.iii.13-31;  Novels Online: 18.iii (2004), 11 [see "Bannet, E."; "Defoe, D."; "Eighteenth-Century Novel"; "Eighteenth-Century Women"; "Gladfelder, H."; "Kerry, P."; "Michaelson, P."; "MMF Bibliography"; "Montolieu"; "Rare Book" (esp. 17.i.39-42 and 18.iii.52-53); "Raven, J., et al."; "Sill, G."; "Smollett, T."; "Swift, J."; "Todd, D."; "Yale U." (for Fielding conf.)].

Oakleaf, David (comp.). "Bibliography and Index, 1993-1998" for The Scriblerian, rev. by J. May: 17.i (2003), 27-29.

OCLC:  A. C. Elias's on its inclusiveness of Dublin imprints:  16.i (2002), 63-64; tool for editor's bibliography of authorship: 18.ii (2004), 70.

Olleson, Philip:  "Susan Burney Letters" project: 18.ii (2004), 66.

"Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture:  conf. "From Bacon to Bartram:  Early American Inquiries into the Natural World," on 22-24 March 2002: 16.i (2002), 52;  annual conf. in June 2002 and June 2003: 16.ii.42-43;  developments, esp. 10th annual conf. at Smith College, June 2004: 17.ii (2003), 50;  conf. at Historic Deerfield, June 2004: 17.iii.69, 18.i (2004), 63; 18.ii.57; awards Patrick Erben two-year fellowship: 18.iii.56; conf. in 2005-06: 18.iii.63.

Otago, U. of, Library, Special collections:  16.ii (2002), 49-50.

An Oxford Companion to the Romantic Age:  British Culture 1776-1832, Iain McCalman, gen. ed. (1999, 2000), rev. by H. George Hahn: 16.iii (2002), 18-19.

Paine, Thomas: J. Fruchtman's new Signet ed. of Paine: 17.iii (2003), 64 [see "Scheuermann, M."].

Passmann, Dirk F., and Heinz J. Vienken.  The Library and Reading of Jonathan Swift:  A Bio-Bibliographical Handbook.  Part 1:  Swift's Library in Four Volumes, 4 vols. (2003), rev. by J. May:  18.iii (2004), 40-42.

Pedagogy:  See "Teaching."

Pennsylvania Humanities Council & Council on the Arts speakers series:  17.i (2003), 61-62.

Pepys, Samuel:  11-vol. ed. of Diary discounted by Daedalus Books: 16.i (2002), 65.

Periodicals (18C):  BL's Newspaper Library's Newspaper Library News:  16.ii (2002), 56-57;  "Union List of [Emily Lorraine] De Montluzin's Gentleman's Magazine Work Coming to the Web from UVA's Electronic Text Center": 16.iii.10;  periodicals on the market: 16.iii.45-47 and 18.iii (2004), 44, 47 [see last page on Wilkes' annotated Political Register];  "Recent Facsimile Reprints from Pickering & Chatto" [Gentleman's Magazine, Defoe's Review, The Critical Review, and Grub Street Journal]: 17.i (2003), 21-23;  P. Hines's "New Theater Items from the Newdigate Newsletter" (2002): 17.iii.65;  de Montluzin's Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1731-1868 fully posted on WWW: 18.i.68;  J. Chaves's Spectator Project begins mounting on WWW 18C periodicals and related texts with issues of The Spectator: 18.i.69-70;  J. Dussinger's study on S. Richardson's contributions to periodicals as True Briton: 18.ii.49; J. Tierney's subject indexing continues: 18.ii.56 [see "Grub Street Journal"; "Mitchell Prize"; "Smollett" (for Launcelot Greaves, published serially)].

Perman, David.  Scott of Amwell, Dr. Johnson's Quaker Critic (2001), rev. by A. C. Elias, Jr.: 16.ii (2002), 16-17.

"Pickering & Chatto, Recent Facsimile Reprints from": 17.i (2003), 21-23 [see "Grub Street Journal"].

Pierpont Morgan Library:  two-year closure for reconstruction: 16.iii (2002), 73-74.

Piozzi, Mrs. Hester Lynch Thrale: autograph letter and verses in her copy of Gibbon on market: 16.iii (2002), 33-34; her Rasselas inscribed to Gabriel Piozzi and his nephew and 19 letters to F. Burney (acquired by Harvard) on market: 18.iii (2004), 44.

Poetry: "First-Line Indexes of English Verse, 1650-1800:  A Checklist" by James Woolley: 17.iii (2003), 1-10;  Child's ballads (1860) online: 18.i (2004), 18;  "Anonymous Poetical Pamphlets" in "Eighteenth-Century Highlights in the Archives & Rare Books Department at the University of Cincinnati" by Kevin Grace: 18.ii.3-4;  M. Londry's "On the Use of First-Line Indices for Researching English Poetry . . . [esp.] Women Poets," in Library (2004): 18.ii.64;  "Authentic and Questionable Swiftiana" by Leland D. Peterson: 18.iii.7-11  [see "Carpenter, A."; "Clare, J."; "Pompignan";  "Rare Book" (esp. 16.iii.32ff., 17.i.35-39, and 18.iii.43, 48ff.); "Real, H."; "Swift, J."]

Poirier, Roger.  Jean-François de Saint-Lambert (1716-1803):  Sa vie, son oeuvre (2001), rev. by Jean-Marc Kehrès: 17.iii (2003), 52-53.

Pollard, M[ary Paul].  A Dictionary of Members of the Dublin Book Trade 1550-1800 based on the Records of the Guild of St Luke the Evangelist Dublin (2000), rev. by J. May: 16.i (2002), 35-37;  festschrift in her honor forthcoming: 18.iii (2004), 69.

Pollock's Toy Museum (London): 18.i (2004), 67.
Pompignan, Le Franc de.  Materials posted on WWW and published by T. E. D. Braun:  17.ii (2003), 42-43, 55; 18.ii (2004), 48.

Presses, Publications Series:  Eighteenth-Century Scottish Studies Society's publications:  16.i (2002), 64;  Thoemmes Press publications: 16.i.65 and 18.ii (2004), 67-68;  Edwin Mellen Press: 16.ii.58;  U. of Toronto Press est. "Studies in Books and Print Culture": 17.i (2003), 67;  Cambridge UP ed. of Swift: 17.iii.75 and 18.iii.54;  reprint series for Spanish and Latin Am. studies: 18.ii.62;  Four Courts Press publications on Ireland: 18.ii.64;  Oak Knoll's website: 18.ii.68 [see "Ashgate"; "AMS"; "Bibliographical Society of America"; "Bucknell U. Press"; "Pickering"].

Priestley, Joseph:  "Joseph Priestley and His American Home [in Northumberland, PA]" by Andrea M. Bashore:  16.ii (2002), 1-6;

Prints:  see "Engraving."

Prior, Matthew: "Matthew Prior Project [correspondence database of Deborah Wright]":  18.ii (2004), 22-23; members' work on Prior: 18.iii.58.

Prizes: "BSA's [Bibliographical Society of America's] Wm. L. Mitchell Prize for Research on Early English Serials":  16.i (2002), 38-39; ditto: 16.ii.30;  SHARP's Book History book and Graduate-Student essay prizes: 16.i.61; 17.i (2003), 61;  BSA's Mitchell Prize awarded to Barbara Fitzpatrick: 17.i.30-31;  Society of Early Americanists' essay competition: 17.iii.75;  Voltaire Foundation's Theodore Besterman Prize to article by grad. student: 18.ii (2004), 61-62;  BSA's Justin Schiller Prize (on pre-20C children's lit.): 18.ii.62, 18.iii.68 [see EC/ASECS's awards].

Publishing (18C): John Dunton: 18.i (2004), 51; 18.ii.64 [see "Amory, H."; "Justice, G."; "Nichols"; and "Pollard, M."; see also the bibliography "Studies of Authorship" (covers copyright, etc.) in 18.ii.69-{93}].

Rare Books and Manuscript Sales: Johan Hanselaer's list of pre-1801 Belgian editions on the market: 16.ii (2002), 56;  "MSS & Rare Books, Listed and Acquired, 1999-2001" by J. May: 16.iii.30-53;  "Rare Books, Listed and Acquired, 1999-2002" by J. May [continuing survey of previous Sept.]: 17.i (2003), 32-45;  recent acquisitions by Trinity College (TCD): 17.i.58-59;  Robert Temple Bookseller's [i.e. Peter Allen's] survey of on-line rare books sites on WWW: 17.iii.76;  Bodleian acquires notebooks of William Gilpin: 18.ii (2004), 69;  "Manuscripts and Rare Books at Auction and in Catalogues, 2001-04" by J. May: 18.iii.42-53;  Alex Fotheringham's catalogues: 18.iii.56;  John Price's catalogues: 18.iii.58.

Rare Books School, at U. of Virginia: 16.ii (2002), 50; 17.i (2003), 60; 17.ii.51.

Raven, James: London Bookselling and American Customers:  Transatlantic Literary Community and the Charleston Library Society, 1748-1811 (2002): summary: 17.i (2003), 66.
Raven, James, and Antonia Forster, assisted by Stephen Bending (comps. and eds.). The English Novel 1770-1829:  A Bibliographical Survey of Prose Fiction Published in the British Isles. Vol. 1: 1770-1799 (2000), rev. by J. May: 17.i (2003), 17-21.

Real, Hermann J., and Helgard Stöver-Leidig, eds. Reading Swift:  Papers from the Fourth Münster Symposium on Jonathan Swift (2003): brief notice: 17.ii (2003), 45; rev. by Ann C. Kelly: 18.iii (2004), 15-17.

"Recent Trends in Feminist Scholarship" [rev. essay of Eighteenth-Century Women, 2 (2002), ed. by Linda Troost] by Ellen Moody: 17.ii (2003), 24-31.

Rees, Siân.  The Floating Brothel: The Extraordinary True Story of an 18th-Century Ship and Its Cargo of Female Convicts (2001), rev. by Peter Staffel: 17.iii (2003), 44-45.

Research Tools: recent publications: 18.i (2004), 71-77 [see "Bibliographies," "British Book Trade Index"; "Consortium"; "Eighteenth Century Collections On-line"; "ESTC"; "First-Line Indexes"; "Lisa's Travels," "Nineteenth Century Short Title"; "OCLC"; "Scottish Book Trade Index"; "Theatre" for Burling's publications; "Websites/WWW"].

Rhetoric, history of and methodologies:  Richard Leo Enos's "Recovering the Lost Art of Researching the History of Rhetoric," RSQ: Rhetoric Society Quarterly (1999): 17.iii (2003), 76.

Richardson, Samuel:  Keith Maslen's Samuel Richardson of London[:] Printer (2001): 16.i (2002), 62;  Clark Library acquires presentation copy of Richardson's (SR's) Meditations: 17.i (2003), 34;  Cambridge UP ed. of SR's works & correspondence, with Tom Keymer and Peter Sabor, gen. eds.: 17.i.51;  rev. of essays on SR in 1650-1850, 9 (2003) by John A. Dussinger: 18.i (2004), 25-27;  Wm. McCarthy on Barbauld's editing of SR's correspondence:  18.i.75; P. Sabor and T. Keymer's "SR's Correspondence: Additions to Eaves and Kimpel" (2003): 18.i.76;  textual work by J. Dussinger: 18.ii.49.

Rivero, Albert J. (ed.).  Gulliver's Travels: Based on the 1726 Text:  Contexts, Criticism (2002), rev. by J. May:  16.iii (2002), 29-30.

Rosenbach Museum and Library: Renovations and temporary closure: 16.ii (2002), 50;  "Rosenbach's 'Making Shakespeare' Curated by Jack Lynch" [by J. Lynch]:  16.iii.10.

"The Royal Oak Foundation" by Lauree Feldman:  18.ii (2004), 20-22;  note on ROF's "Holiday Villas" rental program: 18.iii.58.

Rudman, Joseph. "Non-Traditional Authorship Attribution Studies in 18C Literature: Stylistic Statistics and the Computer" in Jahrbuch für Computerphilogie, 4 (2002), and other published studies: 18.ii (2004), 62-63; 18.iii.59.

Sales:  Daedalus Books discounts 11-vol. ed. of Pepys's Diary: 16.i (2002), 65;  Daedalus discounts L'encyclopédie (2001), 40 vols.: 17.iii (2003), 75-76;  Bibliographical Society of America discounts Bowyer Ledgers via Oak Knoll: 18.i (2004), 69.

Scheuermann, Mona.  In Praise of Poverty: Hannah More Counters Thomas Paine and the Radical Threat (2002), rev. by Jack Fruchtman, Jr.:  16.iii (2002), 16-18.

Schiffman, Harold (composer): "All-[Harold] Schiffman Concert at the Carnegie, 10 March 2003," with recording news also: 17.i (2003), 31.

Sciences: rev. of A. King's essay on Linnaeus: 16.iii (2002), 22; Longitude Prize and natural history on the market: 16.iii.33, 39;  R. Cleevely's research in natural sciences: 17.i (2003), 48 and 18.ii (2004), 48;  acct. of C. Mulford essay: 17.ii.32;  papers of Noel Library conf. on Imagining the Sciences published: 18.i.54;  conf. on Alexander von Humboldt at CUNY, Oct. 2004: 17.iii.69, 18.ii.58;  exhibit "Newtonian Moment" and lectures on Newton at NYPL: 18.iii.66 [see "Lisa's Travel's"; "Priestley, J."; "Sill, G." (remarks on Dr. Alex. Monro in Rosner's rev.); "Society for the History of Natural History"].

Scott, John, Quaker poet:  See "Perman, D."

Scottish Book Trade Index:  16.iii (2002), 80.

Scottish Group for the Study of the Book:  16.i (2002), 64.

The Scriblerian: Spring 2001 issue:  16.i (2002), 47;  double issue for fall 2001 and spring 2002 due in June 2002: 16.ii.54; "The Scriblerian's 'Bibliography and Index, 1993-1998' Published," rev. by J. May: 17.i (2003), 27-29;  contents of Vol. 35 (2002-03): 17.ii.47;  Vol. 36, no. 1 (fall 2003): 18.i (2004), 61-62;  assistance for editor's bibliography of authorship: 18.ii.69;  Vol. 36, no. 2 (Spring 2004): 18.iii.60.

Scottish Trans-Atlantic Relations Project:  17.i (2003), 54.

Sexuality:  William & Mary Quarterly of Jan. 2003 on sexuality in early America: 17.i (2003), 65;  P&C's erotica series: 18.ii (2004), 67 [see the editor, of course, and see "Rees, S."]

SHARP: Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Literature: 10th annual meeting at the U. of London, July 2002: 16.i (2002), 53;  SHARP's Book-history book and graduate-student essay prizes: 16.i.61; 17.i (2003), 61;  newsletter and webpage: 16.i.63;  relocated website: 16.ii.54;  2003 conference: 17.i.54; Sydney Shep new ed. of SHARP News: 17.i.60;  2004 conf. in Lyons: 18.i (2004), 64;  E. Shevlin's list of projects by ASECS/SHARP members: 18.ii.55.

Shefrin, Jill. "Such Constant Affectionate Care":  Lady Charlotte Finch, Royal Governess and the Children of George III (2003): 18.ii (2004), 63.

Sill, Geoffrey.  The Cure of the Passions and the Origins of the English Novel (2001), rev. by Lisa Rosner:  16.iii (2002), 11-12; curator of Picturing the First Castaway: The Illustrations of Robinson Crusoe, 1719-1950" at Rutgers's U. Archives, 2004: 18.ii (2004), 55-56.

Singh, Brijrah. "Presidential Address . . . Cape May, N.J. : October 19, 2001" [on India in the 18C and the 18C and India]:  16.i (2002), 3-8.

1650-1850:  Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, ed. Kevin Cope, with A. Battigelli as book-rev. ed.: "Of Surveys, Excursions, and 1650-1850" [gen. remarks with examination of Vol. 5:] by D. Timothy Erwin: 16.i (2002), 26-28;  Vol. 7 (2002), with EC/ASECS papers on "Death and Dying" ed. by Theodore E. D. Braun and John Radner, rev. by Mary Margaret Stewart: 17.ii (2003), 17-24;  Vol. 9 (2003), with essays on Eaves & Kimpel's Samuel Richardson, rev. by John A. Dussinger: 18.i (2004), 25-27.

Slavery:  J. Basker's essay on Johnson, Hawksworth and Oroonoko in Age of Johnson, 12: 16.ii (2002), 34;  A. Curran's research: 16.ii.36; Gilder-Lehrman Historians' Forum lectures on slavery: 18.i (2004), 66 and 18.iii.65;  U. of North Carolina's WWW program "Documenting the American South": 18.i.66;  edition of 1776 anti-slavery sermon in PAAS, 112 (2002 [2004]): 18.iii.70 [see "Basker, J."; "Haitian Revolution"; "Poirier, R."].

Smith, Adam:  Society and journal:  17.i (2003), 66-67 [see "Carpenter, K."].

Smollett, Tobias: The Life and Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves, ed. by R. Folkenflik and B. Fitzpatrick (2002), rev. by J. May: 18.i (2004), 36-39; other Georgia eds. moving forward: 17.iii (2003), 63;  Smollett's transl. of Don Quixote, ed. M. Battestin and O M Brack, published: 18.i.53.

Society of Early Americanists:  conf. in Providence, RI, April 2003: 16.i (2002), 55; 16.ii.46; 17.i (2003), 54;  essay competition: 17.iii.75;  session at American Lit. Asso. conf.: 18.i (2004), 63; 4th biennial conf., 2005: 18.iii.63.

Society for Textual Scholarship:  conf. 19-22 March 2003 at NYU, with dues info.: 16.ii (2002), 45; ditto: 16.iii.72;  listserve: 16.iii.79;  2003 conf.: 17.i (2003), 53;  TEXT, Vol. 15 published: 18.i (2004), 70;  biennial conf. in March 2005: 18.iii.63.

Society for the History of Natural History and its journal Archives of Natural History:  16.ii (2002), 55.

Southeastern ASECS:  conf. at Chapel Hill, 2002: 16.i (2002), 52; 2003 conf. at U. of South Carolina: 16.ii (2002), 45; ditto, with Society info.: 16.iii.72; 17.i (2003), 53;  est. journal XVIII: New Perspectives on the Eighteenth Century (NPEC): 16.iii.79;  conf. in Savannah, March 2004: 17.iii.69; 18.i (2004), 62;  conf. in Myrtle Beach, March 2005: 18.iii.63;  account of NPEC, Vol. 1: 18.iii.69.

South-Central SECS:  conf. in Fort Worth, March 2003: 16.ii (2002), 45; 16.iii.72; 17.i (2003), 53;  conf. in Santa Fe, Feb. 2004: 17.iii.69; 18.i (2004), 62;  conf. in Georgia, Feb. 2005: 18.iii.62-63.

The Spectator [editorial column]:  No. 21 [by editor, on 18C verse for undergraduates]: 16.ii (2002), 6-7;  No. 22 [by editor, on state of book reviewing in 18C studies, with contributions by Harry Keyishian and George Justice]: 17.iii (2003), 27-32;

Spencer Library:  "Eighteenth-Century Holdings in the Kenneth Spencer Research Library at the University of Kansas" by
Alexandra Mason: 16.i (2002), 15-24.

Stanford U. Library:  "Eighteenth-Century Highlights of The Kline/Roethke Collection at Stanford University" by John E. Mustain: 16.iii (2002), 2-8; cover illus. 18.iii (2004).

Sterne, Laurence:  Florida ed. of A Sentimental Journey and Continuation of the Bramine's Journal, ed. by M. New and W. G. Day (2002): 18.ii (2004), 68.

Stevens, Laura.  The Poor Indians: British Missionaries, Native Americans, and Sensibility (2004): 18.iii (2004), 60 [correcting 18.ii.56].

Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, submission policy: 16.ii (2002), 52; 17.i (2003), 62; 17.iii.75; 18.i (2004), 67; 18.ii.62.

Swift, Jonathan:  "Another Epitaph on Dean Swift" by Hermann J. Real: 16.i (2002), 24-26; "'Wise enough to play the fool':  Swift's Flappers" by Hermann J. Real: 16.ii.8-11; J. Woolley & J. Fischer research Swift's poetry: 16.ii.42;  The Correspondence of Jonathan Swift, D.D., ed. by David Woolley:  Vol. 1:  Letters 1690-1744 (nos. 1-300); Vol. 2:  Letters 1714-1726 (nos. 301-700) (1999, 2001), rev. by J. May: 16.iii.25-28;  Gulliver's Travels: Based on the 1726 Text:  Contexts, Criticism, ed. by Albert J. Rivero (2002), rev. by J. May: 16.iii.29-30;  TCD acquires Swift's copy of Marot: 17.i (2003), 34;  "Stephen Karian Wins Irish-American Research Travel Fellowship" for bibliographical research on Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift, by A. C. Elias, Jr.:  17.ii.41-42;  publications by H. J. Real, et al.: 17.ii.45; "Archimedes in Laputa, [Gulliver's Travels] III, v, 9" by Hermann J. Real: 17.iii.21-24 and cover illus.;  Cambridge U. Press edition forthcoming 2005-10: 17.iii.75;  "Gulliver's Travels" and Other Writings, ed. Clement Hawes (2004 [2003]): rev. by J. May: 18.i (2004), 39-41;  Swift Studies, 18 (2003) published: 18.i.59; J. A. Downie on D. Woolley's ed. of Correspondence: 18.i.62; D. Woolley's Correspondence, Vol. 3, and his "The Stemma of Gulliver's Travels": 18.i.77;  "A Swift Conundrum: The Beasts' Confession to the Priest, l. 216" by Hermann J. Real: 18.ii.8-12; essays on Swift in Europe edited by H. J. Real: 18.ii.54;  Swift Studies, Vol. 19: 18.ii.55, 18.iii.59;  L. D. Jaffee's e-text on WWW of 1726 Motte editions of Gulliver's Travels: 18.ii.67;  Dean Swift Seminar Series": 18.ii.67;  "Authentic and Questionable Swiftiana" by Leland D. Peterson: 18.iii.7-11;  "Major AHRB Research Grant for Cambridge Swift Edition" by Ian Higgins, Jim McLaverty, Claude Rawson, D. Womersley: 18.iii.54 [see "Ehrenpreis Center"; "Kelly, A."; "Le Brocquy, S."; "Passman, D."; "Pickering & Chatto" on reprint of Miscellanies in Prose and Verse; and "Real, H."].

Teaching the 18th Century: "The Spectator, No. 21 [18C verse for undergraduates]: 16.ii (2002), 6-7;  "The Pedagogue's Post" [undergraduates responses to Restoration & 18C Lit.] by Linda Troost: 17.ii (2003), 16-17;  "E-Enacting the E-Enlightenment: How Electronic Classrooms Make the Private Act of Scholarship into Public Performance" by Mark Vareschi: 17.iii.32-35;  "Course Description for English 304: Harlots and Rogues Taught by Peter F. Perreten, fall 2004, at Ursinus College": 18.iii.12-15.

Theatre:  account of J. Milhous and R. D. Hume's "Playwrights' Remuneration in 18C London" in HLB (1999): 16.i (2002), 62-63;  18C theatre on market: 16.iii.40-41, 47-48, etc.;  Queen's theatre at Versailles: 16.iii.78-79;  D. Solomon's Molin-Prize-winning paper on A. Philips and G. Lillo by Nancy Mace: 17.i (2003), 6-7;  French theater eds. acquired by TCD: 17.i.58-59;  Wm. J. Burling's home-page posting of checklists "of New Plays and Entertainments on the London Stage, 1738-1800" and of "Correspondence of Geo. Colman the Younger"; plus "A Daily Calendar of Performances at Five Major London Theatres (1800-1805)": 17.i.65; 17.ii.43;  G. Brown's on French theatre published: 17.ii.43;  K. Lesko on Restoration performances: 17.ii.44; "Two Important Contributions to Theatre History by William J. Burling" [Summer Theatre in London, 16611820, and the Rise of the Haymarket Theatre (2000), and, with Odai Johnson, The Colonial American Stage, 16651774: A Documentary Calendar (2001)], rev. essay by John Greene: 17.iii.35-37;  P. Hines's "New Theater Items from the Newdigate Newsletter" (2002): 17.iii.65;  Folger Theatre: 18.i (2004), 65; 18.iii.64;  Y. Noble on theater writers Edw. and Th. Phillips: 18.ii.53 [see "Burney, F."; "Hughes, D."; "Jenkins, A."; "Kinservik, M."; "Rare Book" (e.g., 18.iii.51ff) "Wanko, C."].

Todd, Dennis, and Cynthia Wall (eds.). Eighteenth-Century Genre and Culture:  Serious Reflections on Occasional Forms: Essays in Honor of J. Paul Hunter (2001), rev. by April London:  17.iii (2003), 40-43.

Toleration:  Folger exhibit: 18.ii (2004), 60; 18.iii.64 [see "Censorship"; "Kerry, P."].

Trinity College Dublin Library: rare-book acquisitions noted in Long Room, #46: 16.iii (2002), 47;  rare book acquisitions and journal Long Room, #47: 17.i (2003), 58-59;  in Long Room, #48, articles by B. Meehan on MSS accessions, by U. Mitchel on TCD's "Muniments," and by S. Bioletti on "Preservation and Conservation in the Old Library": 18.ii (2004), 65;  Meehan's survey: 18.iii.45.

"Two Important Contributions to Theatre History by William J. Burling" [Summer Theatre in London, 16611820, and the Rise of the Haymarket Theatre (2000), and, with O. Johnson, The Colonial American Stage, 16651774: A Documentary Calendar (2001)], rev. essay by John Greene: 17.iii (2003), 35-37.

UCLA Library: "Eighteenth Century Resources in the UCLA Department of Special Collections: A Survey" by Daniel J. Slive:  17.ii (2003), 3-8.

Viator, Timothy J., and William J. Burling (eds.).  The Plays of Colley Cibber, Vol. 1 (2001), rev. by Stephen Szilagyi: 16.i (2002), 30-31.

Vienken, Heinz: "In Memory of Heinz J. Vienken, Philologist and Swift Scholar":  18.ii (2004), 43-45 [see "Passmann, D."].

Visual Arts:  Huntington acquires Kauffman painting; Blake watercolors discovered; Christie's Irish sale (including Hamilton's Cries of Dublin): 16.ii (2002), 53-54;  Frick Collection's "Anne Vallayer-Coster [1744-1818]: Painter to the Court of Marie Antoinette," 17.i (2003), 57;  Tate exhibit of Thomas Gainsborough: 17.i.59-60;  additions to William Blake Archive and discussions of Blake's color-printing technique: 18.i.70-71;  catalogue Portraits in the Collection of The American Antiquarian Society in Vol. 111.1 of AAS's Proceedings: 18.iii.70 [see "Museum Exhibits"; "Yale Center"].

Voltaire Foundation: conf. on Graffigny, Sept. 2002: 16.i (2002), 54;  ISECS Directory (2003): 18.i (2004), 77;  Theodore Besterman Prize for graduate student submission: 18.ii.61-62;  electronic bulletins on publications, sale of pre-2000 SVEC titles, and "Electronic Enlightenment" website with searchable 18C correspondence:  18.iii.71.

Wanko, Cheryl.  Roles of Authority: Thespian Biography and Celebrity in 18C Britain (2004): 18.iii (2004), 60.

Washington Area Group for Print Culture Studies: schedule of meetings: 16.i (2002), 55; 2002-03 meeting schedule: 16.iii.74;  spring 2003 meetings: 17.i (2003), 56;  "Washington Area Group for Print Culture Studies, 2003/04 Schedule" by Eleanor Shevlin: 17.iii.61-62;  2004-05 schedule [by E. Shevlin]: 18.iii (2004), 64.

Websites/WWW:  Centre for Early English Women Writers at Chawton, Hampshire: 16.i (2002), 63, 18.i (2004), 60; "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution": 16.i.63;  "Lumieres et Internet" and "Chronique d'Internet" articles in RFHL: 16.ii.58;  BL's Newspaper Library: 16.ii.56-57;  "Union List of De Montluzin's Gentleman's Magazine Work Coming to the Web from UVA's Electronic Text Center": 16.iii.10;  Ellen Moody's e-edition of Caroline de Lichtfield (1815) with related critical material: 16.iii.68-69;  17.iii.12 [here too at <www.JimandEllen.org/> is address for Moody's materials on Anne Finch, noted too briefly at 18.ii.53];  Kevin Berland posts the 89th Selected Readings at C18-L: 16.iii.79;  American Antiquarian Society and the Gilder Lehrman Institute est. Common-Place:  16.iii.79;  1764 Dicey and Marshall booksales catalogue mounted on WWW: 16.iii.80;  "BIBSITE, New Online Archive Maintained by B.S.A.": 17.i (2003), 31-32; William J. Burling's posting of checklists "of New Plays and Entertainments on the London Stage, 1738-1800" and of "Correspondence of Geo. Colman the Younger"; plus "A Daily Calendar of Performances at Five Major London Theatres (1800-1805)": 17.i.65;  complete index for Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB), 56 vols., 1875-1912, and the Neue Deutsche Biographie (NDB), 20 vols., 1953-: 17.i.65; "Bits & Bytes" by Editor Sarah Wenzel: 17.i.65;  Hume Studies 1-10 accessible at Hume Society site: 17.ii.54-55;  T.E.D. Braun's web-publication of Le Franc de Pompignan: 17.ii.42-43, 55;  Bibliothèque Nationale de France's "Les Expositions virtuelles": 17.ii.55;  "E-Enacting the E-Enlightenment: How Electronic Classrooms Make the Private Act of Scholarship into Public Performance" [student-composed webpages] by Mark Vareschi: 17.iii.32-35;  Joan Stemmler's history of EC/ASECS mounted on Society's website maintained by T. Braun: 17.iii.63;  Robert Temple Bookseller's survey of users' opinions of on-line rare books sites on WWW: 17.iii.76;  Dan Traister's on history of books and printing: 17.iii.76;  postings at BIBSITE: 17.iii (2003), 77;  U. of North Carolina's WWW program "Documenting the American South" offers e-texts: 18.i.66;  Bibliographical Society of Virginia completes e-publication of Emily Lorraine de Montluzin's Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1731-1868": 18.i.68;  Spectator Project to post periodicals: 18.i.69-70;  site for Henri-Joseph Du Laurens: 18.i.70;  William Blake Archive: 18.i.70;  ABHB: 18.i (2004), 71; British Book Trade Index now on WWW: 18.i (2004), 72;  "Matthew Prior Project [correspondence database of Deborah Wright]": 18.ii (2004), 22-23;  J. Woolley's checklist of first-line indices and five bibliographies by J. May of recent studies posted on BIBSITE: 18.ii.64;  access to National Archives and Record Administration's databases: 18.ii.66;  P. Olleson's "Susan Burney Letters" pilot project: 18.ii (2004), 66;  L. D. Jaffee's e-text of 1726 Motte eds. of Gulliver's Travels and also the Dean Swift Seminar Series: 18.ii.67;  American Antiquarian Society's book-trade directory online: 18.ii.67;  links at Oak Knoll's website: 18.ii.68;  JASNA's Persuasions On-Line:  18.iii.57-58;  Germaine de Staël Society website: 18.iii.57;  Voltaire Foundation's "Electronic Enlightenment" website with searchable 18C correspondence: 18.iii.71;  Selected Readings #94 posted at C18-L by K. Berland: 18.iii.71 [see "Lisa's Travels" and notices on societies].

Western ASECS: 2003 conference with Society info.: 16.iii (2002), 72; 17.i (2003), 53;  conf. Feb. 2004 in San Francisco: 17.iii.68; 2005 conf. in Long Beach:  18.ii (2004), 59; 18.iii.62-63.

Wickersham, Erlis:  "The 2002 EC/ASECS Presidential Address: Dance in Eighteenth-Century Practice and Fiction": 17.i (2003), 2-6 and cover illus.

Wilkes, John: Many annotated vols., with MSS and newspaper clippings offered for sale: 18.iii (2004), 47-48.

Winterthur Museum, Library, and Gardens:  Fellowships: 16.iii (2002), 77; ditto: 17.iii (2003), 74.

Women's Studies:  website of Centre for the Study of Early English Women's Writing at Chawton House:  16.i (2002), 63; "Recent Trends in Feminist Scholarship" [rev. essay of Eighteenth-Century Women, 2 (2002)] by Ellen Moody: 17.ii.24-31;  Women Romantic-Era Writers with e-texts: 18.i (2004), 18; [M. Mulvihill's updated edition of Ephelia's poetry and articles on that author: 16.iii (2002), 69; 18.i.57 and 18.ii.53;  diverse recent studies, such as F. Felsenstein on Ann Yearsley and K. L. Schiff on Judith Sargent Murray: 18.i (2004), 71-77;  call for essays on Mary Delarivier Manley: 18.ii.62;  pub. of M.A. O'Donnell's bibliography Aphra Behn, and P. Spedding's Bibliography of Eliza Haywood: 18.ii.68 [see "Bannet, E.,"; "Behn"; "Bibliographies"; "Charrière"; "Graffigny"; "Hughes, D."; "Jenkins, A."; "Montolieu"; "Moody, E."; "Novel"; "Poetry" for Londry's article; "Rare Books" for MSS & eds. (eg. 18.iii.44f., 49f., 52f.); "Viator, T."; "Websites"; "Yale Center"].

Wood, Gordon S.  The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin (2004), rev. by Jack Fruchtman, Jr.: 18.iii (2004), 35-39.

Wood Institute for the History of Medicine, College of Physicians & Surgeons, Philadelphia:  fellowships: 17.iii (2003), 72.

Woolley, David (ed.).  The Correspondence of Jonathan Swift, D.D. Vol. 1:  Letters 1690-1744 (nos. 1-300); Vol. 2:  Letters 1714-1726 (nos. 301-700) (1999, 2001), rev. by James E. May: 16.iii (2002), 25-28;  Correspondence, Vol. 3:  Letters 1726-1734 (2003), and "The Stemma of Gulliver's Travels": 18.i (2004), 77.

Yale Center for British Art: "Painted Ladies:  Women at the Court of Charles II [1660-1685]," co-organized by National Portrait Gallery of London, Jan.-March 2002: 16.i (2002), 59;  current exhibit: 16.ii.50;  exhibits during 2002-03 on Romantic landscape prints and watercolors and on "Romantics and Revolutionaries:  Regency Portraits from the NPG": 16.iii.75; ditto, film series, hours: 17.i (2003), 60;  non-18C exhibits, and major 18C acquisitions: 17.ii.51;  fall 2003 exhibit "Traces of India" and the symposium "Representing the Raj" in Oct, with related films: 17.iii.71.

Yale U. Libraries:  Beinecke's exhibit of illustrated works in Paul Mellon's bequest, "America Pictured to the Life": 16.ii (2002), 50;  conf. on Isabelle de Charrière, April 2002: 16.ii.52; Beinecke fellowships: 16.iii.77;  conf. celebrating tricentenary of est. of St. Petersburg, Oct. 2003: 17.iii (2003), 71;  Beinecke fellowships: 17.iii.74;  "John Locke through the Centuries: Assessing the Lockean Legacy, 1704-2004" [conf. and exhibit, by Ms. Kathy Tedone]: 18.ii (2004), 37-38;  "Henry Fielding:  A Conference Commemorating the 250th Anniversary of His Death, 8 October 1754" [by Ms. Kathy Tedone]: 18.ii.38;  exhibit and conf. on Locke in 2004: 18.iii.62 [see "Rare Books" for reports of acquisitions].

Yolton, Jean S.  John Locke:  A Descriptive Bibliography (1998), rev. by J. May:  17.ii (2002), 54; "Addenda and Errata to John Locke: A Descriptive Bibliography" by Jean S. Yolton: 18.ii (2004), 12-20.

Contributors Index

 In addition to the 74 persons listed below who contributed articles, notes and reviews, we thank many who contributed less directly, for instance, who supplied information or texts altered or excerpted or illustrations.  Those with unacknowledged contributions include Janet Aikins, Edward Bayntun-Coward, Charles Benson, Linda Bree, Emily Lorraine de Montluzin, A. C. Elias, Jr., Pat Garrett, George Justice, Harry Keyishian, John Mustain, Dirk Paßmann, Jane Perry-Camp, M. Pollard, Hermann J. Real, Sandra Stelts, Eleanor Shevlin, James Woolley, and Deborah Wright.

Barnett, Louise:  18.ii (2004), 23-26
Bashore, Andrea M.:  16.ii (2002), 1-6
Berg, Temma F.:  16.ii (2002), 19-21
Braun, Theodore E. D. Braun:  16.i (2002), 39-42; 16.ii.21-26; 17.i (2003), 8-12; 17.ii.35-39; 17.iii.57-61; 18.i (2004), 44-48; 18.ii.39-43
Clark, Lorna J.:  17.iii.37-40
Creaser, Wanda:  18.ii (2004), 27-29
Croskery, Margaret Case: 16.iii (2002), 21-23
Dussinger, John A.: 18.i (2004), 25-27
Eddy, Donald D.: 16.ii (2002), 27-28; 16.ii.29
Elias, A. C., Jr.:  16.ii (2002), 16-17; 17.ii (2003), 41-42; 18.ii (2004), 36-37
Erwin, D. Timothy:  16.i (2002), 26-28
Feldman, Lauree:  18.ii (2004), 20-22
Frautschi, Richard L.: 16.i (2002), 12-15
Frank, Luanne: 18.i (2004), 30-33
Fruchtman, Jack, Jr.:  16.ii (2002), 37; 16.iii.16-18; 16.iii.28-29; 18.iii (2004), 17-21; 18.iii (2004), 35-39
Gaffney, Erika: 18.iii (2004), 3-7
Goulding, Susan:  18.i (2004), 6 [with Linda E. Merians], 7-9; 18.ii.1-2
Grace, Kevin:  18.ii (2004), 3-7
Greene, John:  17.iii (2003), 35-37
Greenfield, Sayre N.:  17.i (2003), 1-2; 17.ii.1-3; 17.iii.1; 17.iii.50-52
Hahn, H. George:  16.iii (2002), 18-19; 16.iii.20-21
Hallock, Thomas:  16.ii (2002), 7-8
Heins, John P.: 18.i (2004), 16-17
Higgins, Ian, with Jim McLaverty, Claude Rawson, D. Womersley: 18.iii (2004), 54
Johnson, Eric:  16.i (2002), 11
Justice, George:  18.i (2004), 23-24
Kehrès, Jean-Marc:  17.iii (2003), 52-53
Kelly, Ann Cline:  17.iii (2003), 53-55l 18.iii (2004), 15-17
Kemmerer, Kathleen M.:  18.ii (2004), 29-30
Kingston, Rebecca:  18.i (2004), 34-36
London, April:  17.iii (2003), 40-43
Lynch, Jack: 16.iii (2002), 10
Mace, Nancy A.:  16.i (2002), 10-11; 17.i (2003), 6-7
Malkin, Mary Ann O'Brian:  16.ii (2002), 11-13
Marks, Sylvia Kasey:  17.ii (2003), 8-14; 17.iii (2003), 13-31
Mason, Alexandra:  16.i (2002), 15-24
McAllister, Marie E.:  18.i (2004), 1-5
McLaverty, James, with I. Higgins, C. Rawson, and D. Womersley: 18.iii (2004), 54
Merians, Linda E.: 16.i (2002), 8-9; 16.ii.17-19; 16.iii.8-9; 17 (2003), 7-8; 18.i (2004), 6 [with Susan Goulding]; 18.i.6-9
Moody, Ellen:  17.ii (2003), 24-31; 18.iii (2004), 30-32
Mustain, John E.:  16.iii (2002), 2-8
Perreten, Peter F.:  18.iii (2004), 12-15
Peterson, Leland D.:  18.iii (2004), 7-11
Pósfay, Éva:  17.iii (2003), 10-13
Radner, John B.: 18.i (2004), 19-23
Rawson, Claude, with I. Higgins, J. McLaverty, and D. Womersley: 18.iii (2004), 54
Real, Hermann J.:  16.i (2002), 24-26; 16.ii.8-11; 17.iii (2003), 21-24; 18.i (2004), 48-49; 18.ii.8-12
Ritterson, Michael:  17.iii (2003), 25-27
Rizzo, Betty:  18.i (2004), 31-34; 18.iii.32-35
Rosner, Lisa:  16.iii (2002), 11-12; 17.ii (2003), 14-15; 18.i (2004), 17-18; 18.iii.11-12
Saar, Doreen Alvarez:  18.ii (2004), 2-3
Schneller, Beverly:  16.iii.23-24; 17.i (2003), 16-17
Shevlin, Eleanor:  17.iii (2003), 45-49
Shuffelton, Frank:  16.i (2002), 31-34
Singh, Brijrah :  16.i (2002), 3-8
Slive, Daniel J.:  17.ii (2003), 3-8
Staffel, Peter:  17.iii (2003), 44-45; 18.iii (2004), 26-30
Stahl, Jan: 18.iii (2004), 21-25
Stelts, Sandra K.:  16.ii (2002) 13-14
Stevens, Laura M.:  17.ii (2003), 31-33
Stewart, Mary Margaret:  17.ii (2003), 17-24
Szilagyi, Stephen:  16.i (2002), 30-31
Tedone, Kathy:  18.ii (2004), 37-38; 18.ii.38
Tierney, James E.: 17.ii (2003), 33-35
Troost, Linda V.: 17.ii (2003), 16-17
Vareschi, Mark: 17.iii (2003), 32-35
Viator, Timothy J.:  16.ii (2002), 14-16
Wickersham, Erlis:  16.i (2002), 1-3; 17.i (2003), 2-6
Winton, Calhoun: 16.iii (2002), 12-13
Womersley, David, with I. Higgins, J. McLaverty, and C. Rawson: 18.iii (2004), 54
Woolley, James:  17.iii (2003), 1-10
Yolton, Jean S.:  18.ii (2004), 12-20
Zanzucchi, Anne:  18.i (2004), 9-15