Contributor:

SAVAGE, Marmion W.


Biographical Details: Dates: 1803 - 1872
Source of Characteristics: Athenaeum
Characteristics: Frequent contributor between 1840 and 1848
Characteristics: Subjects of his reviews include: history, Ireland, America, geography and travel, arts and manufactures, agriculture, politics, bee-keeping, novels, plays, especially Shakespeare. A group of reviews is devoted to books on needlework, knitting, crochet, baby-linen
Source of Characteristics: DNB
Characteristics: Irish novelist
Mark: SAVAGE


The following reviews have been identified as being written by this contributor:

  • The Addresses and Messages of the Presidents of the United States 779 (October 1,1842)
  • The Agricultural and Industrial Journal of Ireland. Number 1. 1065 (March 25,1848)
  • Attica and Athens 794 (January 14,1843)
  • Austria; by Peter Evan Turnbull. (Two notices) 639 (January 25,1840)
  • The Baby's Wardrobe 799 (February 18,1843)
  • The Bishop's Daughter 764 (June 18,1842)
  • Borgia 800 (February 25,1843)
  • A Brief History of the Witham Lodge 746 (February 12,1842)
  • The Chester Plays 844 (December 30,1843)
  • The Commissioner 793 (January 7,1843)
  • The Confectioner 799 (February 18,1843)
  • Contributions to the Edinburgh Review. (Two notices) 841 (December 9,1843)
  • The Correspondence of Burns and Clarinda 842 (December 16,1843)
  • A Diary in America. Part II 636 (January 4,1840)
  • The Domestic Dictionary 777 (September 17,1842)
  • The Drunkard 754 (April 9,1842)
  • The English Constitution 755 (April 16,1842)
  • Europe in MDCCCXL 744 (January 29,1842)
  • Fancy Needle-Work 799 (February 18,1843)
  • The First Sketch of the Merry Wives of Windsor 792 (December 31,1842)
  • Fools and Jesters 781 (October 15,1842)
  • The Grandeur of the Law 813 (May 27,1843)
  • Handy Andy 790 (December 17,1842)
  • The Heraldry of Fish 762 (June 4,1842)
  • Herbert Tresham 801 (March 4,1843)
  • Hints to Donegal Tourists 1045 (November 6,1847)
  • Historical Sketches of Statesmen in the Reign of George III 836 (November 4,1843)
  • History of France; by A. Roche and Ph. Charles 1061 (February 26,1848)
  • History of the House of Commons. Volume I 809 (April 29,1843)
  • History of the Manners and Customs of Ancient Greece 794 (January 14,1843)
  • The History of Woman in England. Volume I 799 (February 18,1843)
  • The Hive and Honey Bee 1049 (December 4,1847)
  • Inquiries in International Law 771 (August 6,1842)
  • John of Hapsburg 800 (February 25,1843)
  • The Juryman's Legal Hand-Book 823 (August 5,1843)
  • Knitting, Netting, and Crotchet 799 (February 18,1843)
  • La Comedie a Cheval 788 (December 3,1842)
  • Ladies' Hand-Book of Baby Linen 799 (February 18,1843)
  • The Lawyer 784 (November 5,1842)
  • The Life and Times of Girolamo Savonarola 814 (June 3,1843)
  • The Life of Lieut.-General Hugh Mackay 810 (May 6,1843)
  • Lights and Shadows of Whigs and Tories 802 (March 11,1843)
  • The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England. Third Series. Volume VI and VII. (Two notices) 1051 (December 18,1847)
  • Luther 753 (April 2,1842)
  • A Manual of Dignities, Privilege, and Precedence 773 (August 20,1842)
  • Memoirs of a Sergeant of the 5th Regiment of Foot 743 (January 22,1842)
  • A Missionary's Travels in Egypt, Syria, and Western Africa 643 (February 22,1840)
  • Notes and Reflections 804 (March 25,1843)
  • The Nurse 799 (February 18,1843)
  • Oberon's Vision in the Midsummer Nights' Dream 822 (July 29,1843)
  • Oliver Cromwell 800 (February 25,1843)
  • An Oration delivered to the Brethren of the Shakspeare 746 (February 12,1842)
  • Our Mess. Volume I 793 (January 7,1843)
  • The Pests of the Farm 1049 (December 4,1847)
  • Petit Courrier des Dames, et Journal des Modes 740 (January 1,1842)
  • Pictorial Edition of Shakspere: Biography. Part VIII. 823 (August 5,1843)
  • Plain Needle-Work 799 (February 18,1843)
  • Plighted Troth 772 (August 13,1842)
  • Polylogy 806 (April 8,1843)
  • The Prism of Thought 806 (April 8,1843)
  • Proverbial Philosophy. Second Series. 806 (April 8,1843)
  • The Public Economy of Athens 791 (December 24,1842)
  • Puritan Discipline Tracts 825 (August 19,1843)
  • Religious and Moral Sentences culled from the Works of Shakespeare, compared with Sacred Passages drawn from Holy Writ 824 (August 12,1843)
  • The Rights of Persons 755 (April 16,1842)
  • The Rise and Progress of the Laws of England and Wales 748 (February 26,1842)
  • The Rise of the old Dissent 774 (August 27,1842)
  • The Royal Alphabet of Kings and Queens 742 (January 15,1842)
  • The Separation of Law and Equity considered 742 (January 15,1842)
  • Shakespeare. Volumes IV, V, VI 794 (January 14,1843)
  • Shakespeare's Plays and Poems 823 (August 5,1843)
  • Shakspere. Volumes IV, V, VI 794 (January 14,1843)
  • Shakspere Illustrated. Volumes I and II 767 (July 9,1842)
  • Sketch of the History of Caister Castle near Yarmouth 844 (December 30,1843)
  • Song without Rhyme 753 (April 2,1842)
  • The Star in the East 746 (February 12,1842)
  • Statesmen of the Reign of George III. 837 (November 11,1843)
  • Timon 794 (January 14,1843)
  • A Treatise against Dicing, Dancing, Plays, and Interludes 830 (September 23,1843)
  • A Treatise on the Law of Copyright 808 (April 22,1843)
  • The Use and Study of History 770 (July 30,1842)
  • Walthoeof 800 (February 25,1843)
  • The Works of Montaigne 826 (August 26,1843)
  • The Works of William Shakespeare. Volumes I and III 767 (July 9,1842)
  • Zachary Cobble 754 (April 9,1842)
  • Zaida 754 (April 9,1842)

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