The Genesis of Russophobia in Great Britain: A Study of the Interaction of Policy and Opinion

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. CONTEMPORARY PUBLICATIONS
ALL PUBLICATIONS were made in London unless otherwise indicated. An asterisk denotes a publication by the Urquhart group.
Address to the People of England upon the Subject of the Intended War with Russia. 1791. Pro-Russian.
Analytical Narrative of the Events relating to the Correspondence on the Affairs of Persia and Affghanistan. 1839.
Alexander James Edward, Travels to the Seat of War in the East, through Russia and the Crimea, in 1829, with Sketches of the Imperial Fleet and Army, Personal Adventures and Characteristic Anecdotes. 2 vols., 1830. Pro-Russian in its attitude.
Anderson William, Sketches of the History and Present State of the Russian Empire. 1815.
An Appeal to the Allies and the English Nation in behalf of Poland. 1814.
Armstrong T. B., Journal of Travels in the Seat of War during the last two Campaigns of Russia and Turkey. 1831.
Austria and the Austrians. 2 vols., 1837. Letters about Austria with some consideration of Russia's relation to her and to Britain.
Aytoun W. E., Poland, Homer and Other Poems. 1832.
Barrow Sir John, The Life of George, Lord Anson. 1839. A supplementary chapter discusses the navy agitation and the relative strengths of the English, French, Russian, and American navies. Barrow was secretary to the admiralty and defended his superiors.
------ A Memoir of the Life of Peter the Great. 1832, 3d ed., 1839. This is no. 35 of the Family Library.
Barrow John, jun., Excursions in the North of Europe, through Parts of Russia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, and Norway. New ed., 1835.
* Bell James Stanislaus, Journal of a Residence in Circassia during the Years 1837, 1838 and 1839. 2 vols., 1840. An account of adventures with some consideration of Russia. Bell was in charge of the Vixen.
Bell Robert, A History of Russia. 3 vols., 1836- 1838. This was one number of Lardner's Cyclopaedia.

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