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Author of The military sketch book
Maginn, William (Dr)
Maginn, William (Irish writer, poet, and painter, 1793-1842)
Maginn, William (Mr.)
Military sketch book, Author of the
O'Doherty, Morgan (pseudonym)
O'Doherty, Morgan (Sir)
O'Doherty, Sir Morgan
Odoherty, Morgan (pseudonym)
Officer of the line
William Maginn (Brits journalist (1793-1842))
William Maginn (irischer Journalist)
William Maginn (Irish journalist and writer)
Manuscript language material
Hogg, James (1770-1835)
Lockhart, J. G. (1794-1854)
Lockhart, John Gibson (1794-1854)
Mackenzie, R. Shelton (1809-1880)
Mackenzie, Robert Shelton
Mackenzie, Robert Shelton (1809-1880)
Montagu, R. W.
Murray, John Fisher (1811-1865)
Poniatowski, Stanislaw (d. 1833; ksiazc))
Tyrrell, John (1942-....))
Wilson, John (1785-1854)
Zola, Émile (1840-1902))
Erin-go-bragh : or, Irish life pictures
Father Tom and the pope; or, A night at the Vatican.
gallery of illustrious literary characters (1830-1838), A
Homeric ballads and comedies of Lucian
Horror stories : classic tales from Hoffmann to Hodgson
Letter from William Maginn to a Dr. Maguire, requesting to be sent a copy of a particular novel
Letter from William Maginn to James Frazer, concerning the publication of ballads
Maxims of Sir Morgan O'Doherty, 1849:
military sketch-book., The
Miscellaneous writings of the late Dr. Maginn, 1855-57:
Miscellanies [microform] : prose and verse
Photographic facsimiles of the antique gems formerly possessed by the late Prince Poniatowski, accompanied by a description and poetical illustrations of each subject, carefully selected from classical authors, together with an essay on ancient gems and gem-engraving.
Scrapbook of cuttings relating to Dr. William Maginn and Charles Robert Maturin
Shakespeare papers of the late William Maginn, The
Shakspeare papers: Pictures grave and gay ...
story without a tail, A
Tales of military life
trial of Fraser v. Berkeley and another, and Berkeley v. Fraser ..., The : in the Exchequer Court at Westminster, Saturday, Dec. 3, 1836, before the Right Hon. Lord Abinger, Chief Baron, and a special jury.
Whitehall; or, the days of George IV.