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    Etherline: The Science Fiction Newsletter
    There is a full run of this newsletter in the National Library. It’s impossible to do a full index as it mostly consists of short columns, book and magazine reviews, news snippets etc. It’s probably the most important source for Australian fandom in the ’50s. Here is a select index of a few of the earlier issues; I’ve only listed the longer articles, of which there aren’t many.


    Etherline: The Science Fiction Newsletter [#2, March 16, 1953] ed. Ian J. Crozier (A.F.P.A., 6d, 12pp, digest)
    published by Leo J. Harding on behalf of the Australian Fantasy Publications of Australia. Correspondents: Captain Ken Slater, Roger Dard, Charles Anderson, Bob Silverberg, H.J. Campbell. Details supplied by James Doig.


    Etherline: The Science Fiction Newsletter [#5, no date] ed. Ian J. Crozier (A.F.P.A., 6d, 12pp, digest)
    published by Leo J. Harding on behalf of the Australian Fantasy Publications of Australia. Associates: Leo J. Harding, Mervyn Binns, Dick Jenssen. Correspondents: Captain Ken Slater, Roger Dard, Charles Anderson, H.J. Campbell. Details supplied by James Doig.
    • 2 · Report on the 2nd Australian Convention · I. J. Crozier · ar















    The European Magazine [New Series, v2 #5, January 1826] (John Miller; New Bridge Street, London, 112pp)
    Details supplied by Bradley Scott from bound volume.
    • 3 · “A Mad World, My Masters!” · Anon. · ed
    • 8 · Jeu de Mots · Anon. · pm
    • 9 · The Fine Arts · Anon. · cr; “An enquiry into the necessity of a national encouragement of the fine arts, and whether the English nation are ever likely to excel in art: In answer to the Edinburgh Review.”
    • 18 · Thirty Rules for Reviewing: Or, Critical Maxims · Anon. · hu
    • 21 · Defence of Medical Students · Medicus · ar
    • 23 · Picture Auctions and Picture Dealers · A Dealer · ar
    • 26 · Of Unhappy Marriages · Anon. · es
    • 29 · One Fool in a Family Enough at a Time: A Peter Pindaric Anecdote · J. F. Stuart · pm
    • 31 · [letter to Richard Davenport, Esq., 23d October, 1749] · John Wesley · lt [Richard Davenport]
    • 31 · [letter to Richard Davenport, Esq., June 16, 1767] · Allan Ramsay · lt [Richard Davenport]
    • 32 · [letter to Richard Davenport, Esq., July 8th, 1767] · Allan Ramsay · lt [Richard Davenport]
    • 32 · [letter to Richard Davenport, Esq., 22nd of July, 1766] · David Hume · lt [Richard Davenport]
    • 32 · [letter to Richard Davenport, Esq., 9 Aoust (9 th of August?), 1766] · Jean-Jacques Rousseau · lt [Richard Davenport]
    • 33 · [letter to Richard Davenport, Esq., 2d Sept. 1766] · David Hume · lt [Richard Davenport]
    • 34 · [letter to Richard Davenport, Esq., 11tre, 7, 1766] · Jean-Jacques Rousseau · lt [Richard Davenport]
    • 34 · [letter to Richard Davenport, Esq., 4. 8bre (4 th of October), 1766] · Jean-Jacques Rousseau · lt [Richard Davenport]
    • 35 · [letter to Richard Davenport, Esq., 14 Octobre, 1766] · Jean-Jacques Rousseau · lt [Richard Davenport]
    • 35 · The Cloak · P. · hu
    • 38 · Characters for Charity’s Sake, No. III: Henry Brougham, Esq. M.P. · Anon. · bg
    • 43 · Laura (“Fair Laura in a luckless hour...”) · Haug · pm; translation.
    • 43 · A Graphic Sketch of a Late Celebrated Execution (Henry Fauntleroy) · Q. Q. Q. · ar
    • 53 · Confessions of a Lover · Anon. · ar
    • 58 · Stanzas: From the Italian of “Il Tramontar Del Sole,” &c. · Catherine · pm
    • 59 · Mathews’ Defence of His Trip to America · C. Mathews · ar
    • 68 · A Stir Among the Bibliopoles · Anon. · ar
    • 69 · The Year 1825 with a Glance at 1720 · Anon. · ar
    • 76 · The Month · Anon. · ar
    • 81 · Drama · Anon. · th
    • 87 · Thoughts in a Churchyard · Anon. (by Joseph Tinker Buckingham) · pm


    The European Magazine [New Series, v2 #6, February 1826] (John Miller; New Bridge Street, London, 112pp)
    Details supplied by Bradley Scott from bound volume.
    • 115 · The Lusus Naturae and the German Professor · Anon. · ar
    • 123 · Recent Travels in France · Anon. · cr [James Paul Cobbett; John M. Cobbett; John Smith; Thomas Pennington]
    • 132 · Symptoms of Authorship · Anon. · cr
    • 139 · Female Beauty · C. · es
    • 145 · Translation of Petrarca’s Sonnet, “Onde Tolse Amor L’Oro e di Qual Vena” · Petrarch; translated by A. S. Rydon · pm
    • 146 · Legend of the Catholic Church: St. Nicephorus’s Beard · Percy Vyvian · pm
    • 149 · Hints for a New Joint Stock Company · C. R. · hu
    • 153 · Mechanics’ Institutions, and Apprentices’ Academies · Anon. · ar
    • 157 · Defence of Picture Auctions and Dealers: By an Admirer of Fine Arts · Anon. · ar
    • 161 · An Evening Party · Anon. · ss
    • 165 · Complaint and Petition of the Public · Anon. · ar
    • 167 · My First Appearance · Anon. · ss
    • 170 · To an Old Man, Who Married a Very Young Woman: From the Dutch · Anon. · pm
    • 171 · Diseases of the Past Month: January · X. I. P. · ar
    • 172 · Character of the Late Czar (Alexander I) · Anon. · ob
    • 178 · Beauty and Bravery · Beatrice · pm
    • 179 · Reply to Mr. Mathews: By a Native Yankee · J. N. · lt
    • 187 · The Month · Anon. · ar
    • 193 · Drama · Anon. · th [George Colman]


    The European Magazine [New Series, v2 #7, March 1826] (John Miller; New Bridge Street, London, 112pp)
    Details supplied by Bradley Scott from bound volume.
    • 227 · Characters for Charity’s Sake, No. IV: Francis Place, of Westminster, Esq. · Anon. · bg
    • 233 · The Encampment · Anon. · vi
    • 239 · The Maniac · A. S. (by Agnes Strickland) · pm
    • 240 · The Duties of a Ladies’ Maid · Anon. · br
    • 245 · Farewell and Defiance to Love · Anon. (by John Clare) · pm
    • 247 · Refinements · Anon. · hu
    • 250 · Lines Composed at Midnight · F. · pm
    • 251 · Wants a Situation · Anon. · ss
    • 254 · The Test of Wit · Anon. · hu
    • 256 · Dirge on Elizabeth, the Lamented Duchess of Rutland · Lumley St. George Skeffington · pm
    • 257 · [letter to Richard Davenport, Esq., August the 7 th, 1766] · William Fitzherbert · lt [Richard Davenport]
    • 257 · [letter to Mr. Richard Davenport, 21st August, 1766] · George Dempster · lt [Richard Davenport]
    • 257 · [letter to Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 4th May 1767] · Richard Davenport · lt [Jean-Jacques Rousseau]
    • 258 · [letters to Richard Davenport, various dates, 1766-7] · Jean-Jacques Rousseau · lt [Richard Davenport]
    • 260 · [letter, apparently to Richard Davenport, Sept. 6, unknown year] · W. Becket · lt [Richard Davenport]
    • 260 · [letter to Richard Davenport, Jan. 22d, unknown year ] · Richard Stonhewer · lt [Richard Davenport]
    • 262 · The Prospect, and Other Poems, by Edward Moxon · Anon. · br
    • 267 · The Devil’s Freak · G. L. A. · pm
    • 269 · The Horrors of Sensibility [Part 1 of 2] · G. F. · sl
    • 273 · An Impartial Enquiry Into the Merits of Winter, 12th January · Anon. · ar
    • 277 · The Temple of Vesta—A Rejected Newdigate · S. · hu
    • 279 · On Newton’s Painting of the Dull Lecture · Washington Irving · pm
    • 280 · Rules for the Regulation of the New London University · Q. · fa
    • 281 · Irish Bar · J. F. · ar
    • 283 · Universal Reform: A Vision · Anon. · ss
    • 289 · Village Lawyers and Lawless Villagers: A Sketch of American Life · H. K. · ar
    • 295 · Alexander: Character and Policy of the Late Emperor of Russia · X. · ar
    • 297 · The Month · Anon. · ms
    • 302 · Drama · Anon. · th


    The European Magazine [New Series, v2 #8, April 1826] (John Miller; New Bridge Street, London, 112pp)
    Details supplied by Bradley Scott from bound volume.
    • 337 · The West India Question · John Plainway · ar
    • 340 · Poetry and Painting, Analogy Between: In Two Parts · Anon. · cr
    • 346 · The Confessions of a Printer’s Reader · Charles Comma · ar
    • 351 · The Death of the World · Anon. · pm
    • 353 · Pastime in Passion Week · Anon. · ar
    • 357 · Seminaries and Academies; or, Modern Education · R. A. · ar
    • 365 · A Farewell · Anon. · pm
    • 366 · A Plague in Both Your Houses: Epistle to Mssers. Elliston, Kemble, Willet, and Forbes · C. · cr
    • 371 · The Horrors of Sensibility [Part 2 of 2] · G. F. · sl
    • 376 · Scandal!—Satirical · Percy Vyvian · pm
    • 377 · The Paintings in the British Institution · Anon. · cr
    • 383 · A Fashionable Vocabulary · Q. Q. Q. · fa
    • 387 · The New Joe Miller · P. T. · hu
    • 389 · Fops and Foplings · Anon. · hu
    • 393 · Mother and Daughter · Anon. · pm
    • 394 · The National (Late Mr. Angerstein’s) Gallery · Y. · cr
    • 399 · Characters for Charity’s Sake, No. V: A Group of Glories · Anon. · cr
    • 407 · The Month · Anon. · ms
    • 411 · Drama · Anon. · th
    • 421 · The Evening Hour · Catherine · pm


    The European Magazine [New Series, v2 #9, May 1826] (John Miller; New Bridge Street, London, 112pp)
    Details supplied by Bradley Scott from bound volume.


    The European Magazine [New Series, v2 #10, June 1826] (John Miller; New Bridge Street, London, 112pp)
    Details supplied by Bradley Scott from bound volume.
    • 561 · Extracts from the Ms. Journal of a Philhellenist · Daniel Elster · ar
    • 570 · Punch and Judy : A Philosophical Poem, in Two Cantos · Bougersdickius · pm
    • 580 · The Otium Cum Dignitate · Percy Vyvian · ar
    • 587 · To Athens · Percy Vyvian · pm
    • 588 · A Beau of Fifty · Anon. · es
    • 590 · Sonnet: Life · Anon. · pm
    • 591 · A Day in Ireland · E. · ar
    • 595 · The Half-Pay Club [Part 2 of ?] · Anon. · pl
    • 604 · Gondola Song, &c.: Adapted to the Music of “Giovinetto Cavalier,” in the Opera of “il Crociato in Egitto” · Meta · pm
    • 605 · The German Drama, No. 1 · Anon. · cr [F. L. Z. Werner]
    • 614 · An Admirable Chapter on Admiration · An Admirer · fa
    • 617 · The Past and Present; Or, Metropolitan Memorials · Anon. · ar
    • 621 · Gay Versus Rogers · P. T. · cr [John Gay; Samuel Rogers]
    • 627 · Suicide · Anon. · es
    • 630 · The Boyne Water: A Tale by the O’Hara Family, by John Banim · Anon. · br
    • 633 · Palpable Truths · G. L. A. · pm
    • 634 · Drama · Anon. · th



    Eve [November 2, 1921]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Eve [November 23, 1921]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Eve [March 1, 1922]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).




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