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    The open window, a monthly perambulation treating of the end of summer, the father of Whistler's "Jo", game of wishing, etc. by Gulliver

    Published: 1945 “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. X, No. 5, pp. 457-463, August, 1945
    Journal Article
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    The open window, a monthly perambulation, dealing with correspondence on Whistler's "Joe", a biographical note on Edmund Clerihew Bentley. etc. by Gulliver

    “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. IX, No. 6, pp. 544-51, March, Vol. X, No. 2, pp. 180-5, May, 1945
    Journal Article
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    The open window, a monthly perambulation dealing, mainly with the Bronté family, especially Charlotte. by Gulliver

    Published: 1943 “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. VII, No. 2, pp. 178-184, November, 1943
    Journal Article
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    The open window, a monthly perambulation dealing with Spring-time, links with William Drennan, the United Irishman, Charlotte Brontë, etc. by Gulliver

    Published: 1944 “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. VIII, No. 2, pp. 175-184, May, 1944
    Journal Article
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    The open window, a monthly perambulation, dealing, mainly with "The Age of Elegance" by Arthur Bryant. by Gulliver

    Published: 1954 “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. XIX, No. 8, pp. 53-60, July, 1954
    Journal Article
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    The open window, a monthly perambulation, dealing mainly with Robert Burns. by Gulliver

    Published: 1946 “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. XII, No. 5, pp. 452-458, August, 1946
    Journal Article
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    The open window, a monthly perambulation, including correspondence on Handel, Syria and Lebanon, Coleridge, etc. by Gulliver

    Published: 1944 “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. VIII, No. 3, pp. 268-275, June, 1944
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    The open window, a monthly perambulation dealing with Russia, printing, Charles Dickens, etc. by Gulliver

    Published: 1944 “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. IX, No. 2, pp. 173-183, November, 1944
    Journal Article
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    The open window, a monthly perambulation dealing with a letter from P. M. Diskin on Capt. Edward P. Doherty, the "Avenger of Lincoln's death." by Gulliver

    Published: 1947 “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. XIV, No. 2, pp. 85-88, May, 1947
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    The open window, a monthly perambulation, dealing with Whistler's "Joe," Capt. Edward P. Doherty "avenger of President Lincoln; etc. by Gulliver

    Published: 1947 “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. XIII, No. 5, pp. 83-87, February, 1947
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    The open window, a monthly perambulation, dealing with verbal usages, T. C. D. Magazine, experiences linking present with past, etc. by Gulliver

    Published: 1944 “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. VII, No. 5, pp. 456-463, February, 1944
    Journal Article
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    The open window, a monthly perambulation, dealing with the 75th Anniversary of the Gaiety Theatre and Gold-smith's "She stoops to Conquer." by Gulliver

    Published: 1946 “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. XIII, No. 2, pp. 176-182, November, 1946
    Journal Article
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    The open window, a monthly perambulation (of literary affairs). by Gulliver

    Published: 1943 “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. V, No. 4, pp. 321-329, January, 1943
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    The open window, a monthly perambulation (of literary matters). by Gulliver

    Published: 1943 “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. V, No. 5, pp. 415-422, February, 1943
    Journal Article
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    The open window, a monthly perambulation of ideas on national characteristics, literature, etc. by Gulliver

    Published: 1943 “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. V, No. 6, pp. 503-511, March, 1943
    Journal Article
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    The open window, a perambulation, mainly of literary matters. by Gulliver

    Published: 1943 “…Gulliver…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. VI, No. 1, pp. 81-89, April, 1943
    Journal Article