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Name: 
Charles Wentworth Dilke ((1789-1864))
Charles Wentworth Dilke (British critic)
Dilke, C. W.
Dilke, Charles Wenthworth
Dilke, Charles Wentworth
Дильк, Чарльз-Вентворт
Dates: 
1789-1864
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bm
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Related names: 
Dickens, Charles (1812-1870)
Dilke, Charles Wentworth Sir, 1843-1911
Dilke, Maria Dover Walker (d. 1850.)
Forster, John (1812-1876)
Heywood, James (1810-1897)
Hood, Thomas (1799-1845)
Marchand, Leslie Alexis (1900-1999)
Rowley, William (1585?-1642?)
Stebbing, Henry (1799-1883)
Sterling, John (1806-1844)
Titles: 
Answer to the committee's summary of "facts"
Athenæum, 1829 (or 1830)-1846., The
Athenaeum : a journal of literature, science, the fine arts, music, and the drama.
case of the reformers in the Literary Fund, The
Letter from James Heywood to [Charles Wentworth Dilke?], upon the reform of Universities such as Oxford, Cambridge and Dublin, referring to articles on academic improvement and claiming that the "rewards of academic study should be given to merit and not to accidental circumstances"
Letter to editor of The Globe newspaper concerning recovery of woman who had thrown herself into a canal
Letters of Thomas Hood, from the Dilke papers in the British Museum
Old plays, being a continuation of Dodsley's collection . With notes, critical and explanatory. In six volumes...
papers of a critic, The
Problems of Greater Britain
Royal Literary Fund, 1858:
woman never vexed., A
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