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THE CAMBRIDGE HISTORY
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J. W. ADAMSON, Fellow of King’s College, London, and Professor of Education in the University of London
Education (v. IX)
Education (v. XIV)

GEORGE ATHERTON AITKEN, M.V.O.
Arbuthnot and Lesser Prose Writers (v. IX)
Swift (v. IX)

H. G. ALDIS, M.A., Peterhouse, Secretary of the University Library
The Book-Trade, 1557–1625 (v. IV)
Book Production and Distribution, 1625–1800 (v. XI)
Writers on Country Pursuits and Pastimes (v. IV)
Scholars and Antiquaries, II (v. IX)

MRS. H. G. ALDIS
The Bluestockings (v. XI)

J. W. H. ATKINS, M.A., Fellow of St. John’s College, Professor of English Language and Literature, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth
Metrical Romances, 1200–1500: II (v. I)
The Language from Chaucer to Shakespeare (v. III)
Elizabethan Prose Fiction (v. III)
Early Transition English (v. I)

MARY AUSTIN
Non-English Writings, II: Aboriginal (v. XVIII)

HARRY MORGAN AYRES, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English in Columbia University, Associate Editor of The Weekly Review
The English Language in America (v. XVIII)

G. P. BAKER, Professor of English in Harvard University, U. S. A.
The Plays of the University Wits (v. V)

W. W. ROUSE BALL, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College
The Literature of Science: Physics and Mathematics (v. XIV)

A. T. BARTHOLOMEW, M. A., Peterhouse, and of the University Library
The Restoration Drama, III: Tragic Poets (v. VIII)

JOHN SPENCER BASSETT, Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of American History in Smith College
Writers on American History, 1783–1850 (v. XVI)
Later Historians (v. XVII)
The Historians, 1607–1783 (v. XV)

The Rev. RONALD BAYNE, M.A., University College, Oxford
Masque and Pastoral (v. VI)
Lesser Elizabethan Dramatists (v. V)
Lesser Jacobean and Caroline Dramatists (v. VI)

JOSEPH WARREN BEACH, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English in the University of Minnesota
Henry James (v. XVII)

EDWARD BENSLY, M.A., Trinity College, Professor of Latin, University College of Wales, Aberstwyth
Pope (v. IX)
Robert Burton, John Barclay and John Owen (v. IV)

The Rev. R. H. BENSON, M.A., Trinity College
The Dissolution of the Religious Houses (v. III)

F. S. BOAS, M.A., Balliol College, Oxford, LL.D. (St. Andrews), late Professor of English Literature in Queen’s College, Belfast, and late Clark Lecturer, Trinity College
Early English Comedy (v. V)
University Plays (v. VI)

WILLIAM KENNETH BOYD, Ph.D., Professor of History in Trinity College, Durham, North Carolina
Political Writing Since 1850 (v. XVII)

PERCY H. BOYNTON, A.M., Associate Professor of English in the University of Chicago
Patriotic Songs and Hymns (v. XVIII)

HENRY BRADLEY, M.A., (Oxon.)
Changes in the Language to the Days of Chaucer (v. I)

EARL L. BRADSHER, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor of English in the University of Texas
Book Publishers and Publishing (v. XVIII)

The Rev. JOHN BROWN, D.D.
John Bunyan. Andrew Marvell (v. VII)

P. HUME BROWN, M.A., LL.D., Scottish Historiographer Royal; Professor of Ancient (Scottish) History and Palaeography in the University of Edinburgh
Reformation and Renascence in Scotland (v. III)

NATHANIEL BUCHWALD
Non-English Writings, Ic: Yiddish (v. XVIII)

WILLIAM B. CAIRNS, Ph.D., Associate Professor of American Literature in the University of Wisconsin
Magazines, Annuals and Gift-books, 1783–1850 (v. XVI)
Later Magazines (v. XVII)

KILLIS CAMPBELL, Ph.D., Professor of English in the University of Texas
Poe (v. XVI)

L. CAZAMIAN, Maître de Conférences at the Sorbonne, Paris
Richardson (v. X)

H. MUNRO CHADWICK, M.A., Fellow of Clare College
Early National Poetry (v. I)

HAROLD H. CHILD, sometime Scholar of Brasenose College, Oxford
George Crabbe (v. XI)
Lesser Novelists (v. XII)
The Literature of Australia and New Zealand (v. XIV)
Robert Southwell. Samuel Daniel (v. IV)
Michael Drayton (v. IV)
Nineteenth-Century Drama (v. XIII)
The Elizabethan Theatre (v. VI)
Fielding and Smollett (v. X)
William Cowper (v. XI)
Jane Austen (v. XII)
Caricature and the Literature of Sport; “Punch” (v. XIV)
The New English Poetry (v. III)
The Song-Books and Miscellanies (v. IV)
Secular Influences on the Early English Drama: Minstrels, Village Festivals, Folk-Plays (v. V)

MORRIS R. COHEN, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy in the College of the City of New York
Later Philosophy (v. XVII)

ALBERT S. COOK, L.H.D., LL.D., Professor of the English Language and Literature in Yale University
The “Authorised Version” and its Influence (v. IV)

ELIZABETH CHRISTINE COOK, Ph.D., Instructor in English in Teachers College, Columbia University
Colonial Newspapers and Magazines, 1704–1775 (v. XV)

LANE COOPER, Ph.D., Professor of English in Cornell University
Travellers and Observers, 1763–1846 (v. XV)

W. J. COURTHOPE, C.B., D.Litt., LL.D., New College, Oxford
The Poetry of Spenser (v. III)

LOUISE CREIGHTON
Sir Walter Ralegh (v. IV)

W. CREIZENACH, Professor of German Language and Literature in the University of Cracow
The Early Religious Drama: Miracle-Plays and Moralities (v. V)

JOHN W. CUNLIFFE, D.Lit. (London), Professor of English in the University of Wisconsin, U. S. A.
George Gascoigne (v. III)
A Mirror for Magistrates” (v. III)
Early English Tragedy (v. V)

The Ven. Archdeacon CUNNINGHAM, D.D., F.B.A., Fellow of Trinity College
Early Writings on Politics and Economics (v. IV)

F. J. HARVEY DARTON, sometime Scholar of St. John’s College, Oxford
Children’s Books (v. XI)

FREDERICK S. DELLENBAUGH
Travellers and Explorers, 1846–1900 (v. XVII)

W. MACNEILE DIXON, M.A. (Dublin), Litt.D. (Glasgow), Professor of English Language and Literature in the University of Glasgow
Chapman, Marston, Dekker (v. VI)

HENRY AUSTIN DOBSON, LL.D.
Oliver Goldsmith (v. X)

E. GORDON DUFF, M.A., Oxon., sometime Sandars Reader in Bibliography in the University of Cambridge
The Introduction of Printing into England and the Early Work of the Press (v. II)

JAMES DUFF DUFF, M.A., Fellow and Lecturer in Classics of Trinity College
Scholars and Antiquaries, I (v. IX)

PELHAM EDGAR, Ph.D., F.R.S.C., Professor of English Literature in Victoria College, University of Toronto
English-Canadian Literature (v. XIV)

The Hon. ARTHUR R. D. ELLIOT, M.A., Trinity College, Hon. D.C.L. (Durham), sometime editor of The Edinburgh Review
Reviews and Magazines in the Early Years of the Nineteenth Century (v. XII)

JOHN ERSKINE, Ph.D., Professor of English in Columbia University
Hawthorne (v. XVI)

The Rev. F. J. FOAKES-JACKSON, D.D., Fellow and Assistant Tutor of Jesus College
Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity” (v. III)

NORMAN FOERSTER, A.M., Professor of English in the University of North Carolina
Later Poets (v. XVII)

The late EDWARD J. FORTIER, Assistant Professor of French in Columbia University
Non-English Writings, Ib: French (v. XVIII)

PETER GILES, M.A., Hon. LL.D., Aberdeen, Follow of Emmanuel College and Reader in Comparative Philology
The Earliest Scottish Literature (v. II)

HAROLD CLARK GODDARD, Ph.D., Professor of English in Swarthmore College
Transcendentalism (v. XV)

I. GOLLANCZ, Litt.D., Christ’s College, Professor of English Language and Literature, King’s College, London, Secretary of the British Academy
Pearl,” “Cleanness,” “Patience” and “Sir Gawayne” (v. I)

ALFRED PERCEVAL GRAVES, M.A.
Anglo-Irish Literature (v. XIV)

ALICE D. GREENWOOD
The Beginnings of English Prose (v. II)
English Prose in the Fifteenth Century, I: Pecock, Fortescue, The Paston Letters (v. II)
English Prose in the Fifteenth Century, II: Caxton, Malory, Berners (v. II)

HERBERT J. C. GRIERSON, M.A., Professor of Rhetoric and English Literature in the University of Edinburgh
John Donne (v. IV)
Edmund Burke (v. XI)
The Tennysons (v. XIII)

EDWARD GRUBB, M.A.
The Early Quakers (v. VIII)

FRANCIS B. GUMMERE, Ph.D., Professor of English in Haverford College
Ballads (v. II)

F. J. C. HEARNSHAW, M.A., LL.D., formerly scholar of Peterhouse, Professor of Modern History in Armstrong College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, University of Durham
Legal Literature (v. VIII)

GEORGE S. HELLMAN, A.M.
Later Essayists (v. XVII)

T. F. HENDERSON, LL.D., St. Andrews
Sir David Lyndsay (and the Later Scottish “Makaris”) (v. III)
Scottish Popular Poetry before Burns (v. IX)
Burns; Lesser Scottish Verse (v. XI)
Sir Walter Scott (v. XII)

C. H. HERFORD, Litt.D., Trinity College, Professor of English Literature in the University of Manchester
Keats (v. XII)
Shelley (v. XII)

EMORY HOLLOWAY, A.M., Assistant Professor of English in Adelphi College
Whitman (v. XVI)

W. D. HOWE, Professor of English in the University of Indiana, U. S. A.
Poets of the Civil War, I: The North (v. XVI)
Early Humorists (v. XVI)
Hazlitt (v. XII)

The Rev. WILLIAM HUNT, D.Litt., Trinity College, Oxford
Historians, I: Hume and Modern Historians (v. X)

The Rev. F. E. HUTCHINSON, M.A., Trinity College, Oxford, formerly Chaplain of King’s College
The Sacred Poets (v. VII)
The Growth of Liberal Theology (v. XII)
The English Pulpit from Fisher to Donne (v. IV)

The Ven. W. H. HUTTON, B.D., Archdeacon of Northampton, Canon of Peterborough and Fellow of St. John’s College, Oxford
Divines (v. X)
Divines of the Church of England, 1660–1700 (v. VIII)
Letter-Writers, II: The Warwickshire Coterie (v. X)
The Oxford Movement (v. XII)
Caroline Divines (v. VII)

A. A. JACK, M.A., Peterhouse, Chalmers Professor of English Literature in the University of Aberdeen
The Brontës (v. XIII)

MONTAGUE RHODES JAMES, Litt.D., Provost of King’s College
Latin Writings in England to the Time of Alfred (v. I)

Sir HENRY JONES, M.A., F.B.A., Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Glasgow
Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning (v. XIII)

W. LEWIS JONES, M.A., sometime Scholar of Queen’s College, Professor of English Language and Literature at the University College of North Wales, Bangor
Latin Chroniclers from the Eleventh to the Thirteenth Centuries (v. I)
The Arthurian Legend (v. I)
Matthew Arnold, Arthur Hugh Clough, James Thomson (v. XIII)

W. P. KER, M.A., F.B.A., Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, Professor of English Literature, University College, London
The Literary Influence of the Middle Ages: Macpherson’s Ossian, Chatterton, Percy and the Wartons (v. X)
Metrical Romances, 1200–1500: I (v. I)

F. A. KIRKPATRICK, M.A., Trinity College
The Literature of Travel, 1700–1900 (v. XIV)

ARTHUR KOELBING, Ph.D., Freiburg im Breisgau
Barclay and Skelton: Early German Influences on English Literature (v. III)

EMIL KOEPPEL, Professor of English Philology in the University of Strassburg
Philip Massinger (v. VI)

SIDNEY LEE, D.Litt., Oxford
The Elizabethan Sonnet (v. III)

ÉMILE LEGOUIS, Professor of English Language and Literature at the Sorbonne
William Wordsworth (v. XI)

WILLIAM ELLERY LEONARD, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English in the University of Wisconsin
Bryant and the Minor Poets (v. XV)

The Rev. T. M. LINDSAY, D.D., Principal of the Glasgow College of the United Free Church of Scotland
Englishmen and the Classical Renascence (v. III)

HENRY CABOT LODGE, Ph.D., LL.D., United States Senator from Massachusetts
Webster (v. XVI)

WILLIAM MACDONALD, Ph.D., Professor of History in Brown University
American Political Writing, 1760–1789 (v. XV)

ARCHIBALD MACMECHAN, Ph.D., F.R.S.C., George Munro Professor of the English Language and Literature in Dalhousie University
Thoreau (v. XVI)

G. C. MACAULAY, M.A., late Fellow of Trinity College, University Lecturer in English
Beaumont and Fletcher (v. VI)
John Gower (v. II)

The late F. W. MAITLAND, LL.D., Downing Professor of the Laws of England (by permission of the Council of the Selden Society)
The Anglo-French Law Language (v. I)

J. M. MANLY, M.A., Ph.D. (Harvard), Professor of English in the University of Chicago
Piers the Plowman” and its Sequence (v. II)
The Children of the Chapel Royal and their Masters (v. VI)

BRANDER MATTHEWS, D.C.L., Litt.D., LL.D., Professor of Dramatic Literature in Columbia University
Writers of Familiar Verse (v. XVI)

A. C. MCLAUGHLIN, A.M., LL.D., Professor of History in the University of Chicago
Publicists and Orators, 1800–1850 (v. XVI)

DUDLEY MILES, Ph.D., Chairman of the Department of English in the Evander Childs High School, New York City
The New South: Lanier (v. XVI)

EDWIN MIMS, Ph.D., Professor of English in Vanderbilt University
Poets of the Civil War, II: The South (v. XVI)

PAUL MONROE, Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of the History of Education in Teachers College, Columbia University
Education (v. XVII)

F. W. MOORMAN, B.A. (Lond.), Ph.D. (Strassburg), Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature in the University of Leeds
Byron (v. XII)
Cavalier Lyrists (v. VII)
Plays of Uncertain Authorship Attributed to Shakespeare (v. V)

PAUL ELMER MORE, A.M., LL.D., Formerly Editor of The Nation
Emerson (v. XV)
Edwards (v. XV)

MONTROSE J. MOSES
The Drama, 1860–1918 (v. XVII)

M. M. PATTISON MUIR, M.A., Fellow of Gonville and Caius College
The Literature of Science: Chemistry (v. XIV)

J. BASS MULLINGER, M.A., Formerly Librarian of St. John’s College
The Foundation of Libraries (v. IV)
English Grammar Schools (v. VII)
Platonists and Latitudinarians (v. VIII)

WILLIAM MURISON, M.A., Aberdeen
Changes in the Language since Shakespeare’s Time (v. XIV)
Stephen Hawes (v. II)

W. A. NEILSON, M.A. (Edinburgh), Ph.D. (Harvard), Professor of English in Harvard University
Ford and Shirley (v. VI)

GEORGE HENRY NETTLETON, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English in Yale University
The Drama and the Stage (v. X)

EDWARD FARLEY OATEN, M.A., LL.B., Indian Educational Service, Professor of History at the Presidency College, Calcutta
Anglo-Indian Literature (v. XIV)

FREDERICK MORGAN PADELFORD, Ph.D., Professor of the English Language and Literature in the University of Washington
Transition English Song Collections (v. II)

VERNON LOUIS PARRINGTON, A.M., Professor of English in the University of Washington
The Puritan Divines, 1620–1720 (v. XV)

FRED LEWIS PATTEE, A.M., Litt.D., Professor of the English Language and Literature in the Pennsylvania State College
The Short Story (v. XVI)

A. C. PAUES, Ph.D., Upsala, Newnham College
Runes and Manuscripts (v. I)

WILLIAM MORTON PAYNE, LL.D.
Whittier (v. XVI)

J. S. R. PHILLIPS, Editor of The Yorkshire Post, Leeds
The Growth of Journalism (v. XIV)

LOUISE POUND, Ph.D., Professor of English in the University of Nebraska
Oral Literature (v. XVIII)

LYMAN P. POWELL, D.D., LL.D.
Popular Bibles (v. XVIII)

C. W. PREVITÉ-ORTON, M.A., Fellow of St. John’s College
Political Literature, 1755–75 (v. X)
Political Writers and Speakers (v. XI)
Political and Ecclesiastical Satire (v. VIII)

RUTH PUTNAM
Prescott and Motley (v. XVI)

MAJOR GEORGE HAVEN PUTNAM, Litt.D.
Irving (v. XV)

ARTHUR HOBSON QUINN, Ph.D., Dean of the College, University of Pennsylvania
The Early Drama, 1756–1860 (v. XV)

VERNON HORACE RENDALL, sometime Scholar of Trinity College
University Journalism (v. XIV)

WOODBRIDGE RILEY, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy in Vassar College
Philosophers and Divines, 1720–1789 (v. XV)

J. G. ROBERTSON, M.A., B.Sc. (Glasgow), Ph.D. (Leipzig), Professor of German Language and Literature in the University of London
Shakespeare on the Continent, 1660–1700 (v. V)
Carlyle (v. XIII)

Commander CHARLES N. ROBINSON, R.N., and JOHN LEYLAND
The Literature of the Sea: From the Origins to Hakluyt (v. IV)
Seafaring and Travel: The Growth of Professional Text-Books and Geographical Literature (v. IV)

HAROLD V. ROUTH, M.A., Peterhouse, Lecturer in English Literature at Goldsmiths’ College, London
The Georgian Drama (v. XI)
Steele and Addison (v. IX)
The Progress of Social Literature in Tudor Times (v. III)
The Advent of Modern Thought in Popular Literature: The Witch Controversy, Pamphleteers (v. VII)
London and the Development of Popular Literature: Character Writing, Satire, The Essay (v. IV)

HUGH DE SÉLINCOURT, University College, Oxford
The Successors of Spenser (v. IV)

GEORGE SAINTSBURY, M.A., Merton College, Oxford, LL.D., D.Litt., F.B.A., Professor of Rhetoric and English Literature in the University of Edinburgh
Elizabethan Criticism (v. III)
Dickens (v. XIII)
The Growth of the Later Novel (v. XI)
The Landors, Leigh Hunt, De Quincey (v. XII)
The Prosody of the Nineteenth Century (v. XIII)
Lesser Verse Writers, II (v. IX)
Milton (v. VII)
Antiquaries: Sir Thomas Browne, Thomas Fuller, Izaak Walton, Sir Thomas Urquhart (v. VII)
The English Chaucerians (v. II)
The Prosody of the Eighteenth Century (v. XI)
The Prosody of the Seventeenth Century (v. VIII)
Shakespeare: Poems (v. V)
Young, Collins and Lesser Poets of the Age of Johnson (v. X)
Lesser Poets of the Middle and Later Nineteenth Century (v. XIII)
Southey; Lesser Poets of the Eighteenth Century (v. XI)
Lesser Poets, 1790–1837: Rogers, Campbell, Moore and Others (v. XII)
Lesser Caroline Poets (v. VII)
Shakespeare: Life and Plays (v. V)
Chaucer (v. II)
The Prosody of Old and Middle English (v. I)
Prosody from Chaucer to Spenser (v. III)

Sir JOHN EDWIN SANDYS, Litt.D., F.B.A., Fellow of St. John’s College and Public Orator in the University of Cambridge
Scholars, Antiquaries and Bibliographers (v. XII)
English Scholars of Paris and Franciscans of Oxford (v. I)

Professor FELIX E. SCHELLING, University of Pennsylvania
The Restoration Drama, I (v. VIII)

FRANK W. SCOTT, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English in the University of Illinois
Newspapers, 1775–1860 (v. XVI)
Newspapers Since 1860 (v. XVII)

THOMAS SECCOMBE, M.A., Balliol College, Oxford
Memoir-Writers, 1715–60 (v. IX)
Lesser Verse Writers, I (v. IX)

EDWIN R. A. SELIGMAN, Ph.D., LL.D., McVickar Professor of Political Economy in Columbia University
Economists (v. XVIII)

W. A. SHAW, Litt.D. Vict., Public Record Office
The Literature of Dissent, 1660–1760 (v. X)

STUART P. SHERMAN, Ph.D., Professor of English in the University of Illinois
Mark Twain (v. XVII)
Franklin (v. XV)

A. E. SHIPLEY, Sc.D., F.R.S., Master of Christ’s College
The Progress of Science (v. VIII)
The Literature of Science: Biology (v. XIV)

M. BENTINCK SMITH, M.A., Headmistress of St. Leonard’s School, St. Andrews
Old English Christian Poetry (v. I)

G. GREGORY SMITH, M.A., Balliol College, Oxford, Professor of English Literature in the University of Belfast
The Scottish Chaucerians (v. II)
The Middle Scots Anthologies: Anonymous Verse and Early Prose (v. II)
The Scottish Language: Early and Middle Scots (v. II)
Marlowe and Kyd (v. V)

WILLIAM FRANCIS SMITH, M.A., Fellow of St. John’s College
Samuel Butler (v. VIII)

DAVID NICHOL SMITH, M.A., Goldsmiths’ Reader in English, University of Oxford
Johnson and Boswell (v. X)

C. ALPHONSO SMITH, Ph.D., LL.D., L. H. D., Head of the Department of English in the United States Naval Academy
Dialect Writers (v. XVI)

W. R. SORLEY, Litt.D., F.B.A., Fellow of King’s College, Knightbridge Professor of Moral Philosophy
Philosophers: Hume, Smith and Others (v. X)
Philosophers (v. XIV)
John Locke (v. VIII)
Berkeley and Contemporary Philosophy (v. IX)
Bentham and the Early Utilitarians (v. XI)
The Beginnings of English Philosophy (v. IV)
Hobbes and Contemporary Philosophy (v. VII)

J. E. SPINGARN, Professor of Comparative Literature, Columbia University, New York
Jacobean and Caroline Criticism (v. VII)

CAROLINE F. E. SPURGEON, Dr. of the University of Paris, Fellow of King’s College for Women and Lecturer in English Literature at Bedford College, University of London
William Law and the Mystics (v. IX)

NATHANIEL WRIGHT STEPHENSON, Professor of History in the College of Charleston
Lincoln (v. XVII)

ARTHUR SYMONS
Middleton and Rowley (v. VI)

ALGERNON TASSIN, A.M., Assistant Professor of English in Columbia University
Books for Children (v. XVI)

P. G. THOMAS, M.A., Professor of English Language and Literature at Bedford College, University of London
Alfred and the Old English Prose of his Reign (v. I)

A. HAMILTON THOMPSON, M.A., F.S.A., St. John’s College
Thackerey (v. XIII)
Lamb (v. XII)
Thomson and Natural Description in Poetry (v. X)
The Rossettis, William Morris, Swinburne and Others (v. XIII)
Writers of the Couplet (v. VII)

CLARA L. THOMSON
Later Transition English: Legendaries and Chroniclers (v. I)

ASHLEY H. THORNDIKE, Ph.D., L.H.D., Professor of English in Columbia University
Ben Jonson (v. VI)
Lowell (v. XVI)

A. A. TILLEY, M.A., Fellow of King’s College
The Essay and the Beginning of Modern English Prose (v. VIII)

The late Rev. DUNCAN C. TOVEY, M.A., Trinity College
Gray (v. X)

WILLIAM PETERFIELD TRENT, M.A., LL.D., Professor of English Literature in Columbia University
Defoe—The Newspaper and the Novel (v. IX)
Longfellow (v. XVI)

ALBERT BERNHARDT TRUST, Ph.D., Professor of German in Cornell University
Non-English Writings, Ia: German (v. XVIII)

SAMUEL MARION TUCKER, Ph.D., Professor of English in the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute
The Beginnings of Verse, 1610–1808 (v. XV)

CARL VAN DOREN, Ph.D., Literary Editor of The Nation, Associate in English in Columbia University
Fiction II: Contemporaries of Cooper (v. XV)
The Later Novel: Howells (v. XVII)
Fiction I: Brown, Cooper (v. XV)

C. E. VAUGHAN, M.A., Balliol College, Oxford, Professor of English Literature in the University of Leeds
Coleridge (v. XI)
Tourneur and Webster (v. VI)
Sterne, and the Novel of His Times (v. X)

AMBROSE WHITE VERNON, A.M., D.D., Professor of Biography in Carleton College
Later Theology (v. XVII)

S. PERCIVAL VIVIAN, sometime Scholar of St. John’s College, Oxford
Thomas Campion (v. IV)

The Rev. ERNEST WALDER, M.A., Gonville and Caius College, Headmaster of Ockbrook School, Derby
The Text of Shakespeare (v. V)

HUGH WALKER, LL.D., Professor of English at St. David’s College, Lampeter
Critical and Miscellaneous Prose: John Ruskin and Others (v. XIV)

The Rev. T. A. WALKER, M.A., LL.D., Fellow of Peterhouse
English and Scottish Education. Universities and Public Schools to the Time of Colet (v. II)

A. R. WALLER, M.A., Peterhouse
Later Transition English: Secular Lyrics; Tales; Social Satire (v. I)
The Norman Conquest (v. I)
The Beginnings (v. I)
Political and Religious Verse to the Close of the Fifteenth Century—Final Words (v. II)

J. P. R. WALLIS, M.A., Assistant Lecturer in English Literature in the University of Liverpool
Blake (v. XI)

Sir A. W. WARD, Litt.D., F.B.A., Master of Peterhouse
Historical and Political Writers, II: Bolingbroke (v. IX)
Sheldon’s “Table Talk” (v. VIII)
Letter Writers, II (v. VIII)
Some Political and Social Aspects of the Later Elizabethan and Earlier Stewart Period (v. V)
Historical and Political Writings, II: Histories and Memoirs (v. VII)
Introductory: The Origins of English Drama (v. V)
Thomas Heywood (v. VI)
Historical and Political Writings, I: State Papers and Letters (v. VII)
Historians, II: Gibbon (v. X)
Historians: Writers on Ancient and Early Ecclesiastical History (v. XII)
Historians, Biographers and Political Orators (v. XIV)
The Political and Social Novel: Disraeli, Charles Kingsley, Mrs. Gaskell, “George Eliot” (v. XIII)
Dryden (v. VIII)
Historical and Political Writers, I: Burnet (v. IX)

Sir T. HERBERT WARREN, K.C.V.O., President of Magdalen College, Oxford
South African Poetry (v. XIV)

FOSTER WATSON, M.A., Professor of Education in the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth
Scholars and Scholarship, 1600–60 (v. VII)

JOHN S. WESTLAKE, M.A., Trinity College
From Alfred to the Conquest (v. I)

HENRY B. WHEATLEY, F.S.A.
Memoir; Letter Writers, I (v. VIII)
Letter-Writers, I (v. X)

CHARLES WHIBLEY, M.A., Hon. Fellow of Jesus College
The Court Poets (v. VIII)
Chroniclers and Antiquaries (v. III)
Translators (v. IV)
The Restoration Drama, II: Congreve, Vanbrugh, Farquhar, etc. (v. VIII)
Writers of Burlesque and Translators (v. IX)

GEORGE FRISBIE WHICHER, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English in Amherst College
Minor Humorists (v. XVII)
Early Essayists (v. XV)

The Rev. J. P. WHITNEY, B.D., King’s College, Cambridge; Professor of Ecclesiastical History, King’s College, London
Religious Movements in the Fourteenth Century (v. II)
Reformation Literature in England (v. III)

J. B. WILLIAMS
The Beginnings of English Journalism (v. VII)

J. DOVER WILSON, M.A., Gonville and Caius College, Lecturer in English Literature at the Goldsmiths’ College, University of London
The Marprelate Controversy (v. III)
The Puritan Attack upon the Stage (v. VI)

GEORGE PARKER WINSHIP, A.M., Librarian of the Harry Elkins Widener Collection, Harvard University
Travellers and Explorers, 1583–1763 (v. XV)

SAMUEL LEE WOLFF, Ph.D., Lecturer in English in Columbia University
Divines and Moralists, 1783–1860 (v. XVI)
Scholars (v. XVIII)

W. H. WOODWARD, Christ Church, Oxford, sometime Professor of Education in the University of Liverpool
English Universities, Schools and Scholarship in the Sixteenth Century (v. III)

W. T. YOUNG, M.A. Sometime Lecturer in English Language and Literature at the University of London, Goldsmiths’ College
George Meredith, Samuel Butler, George Gissing (v. XIII)
Lesser Novelists (v. XIII)

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