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The Stowe-Byron controversy : a complete resume of all that has been written and said upon the subject, re-printed from 'The Times', 'Saturday review', 'Daily News', 'Pall Mall Gazette', 'Daily Telegraph', etc. Together with an impartial review of the merits of the case

Dallas, E. S. (Eneas Sweetland), 1828-1879.
Date
1869

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Credit: The Stowe-Byron controversy : a complete resume of all that has been written and said upon the subject, re-printed from 'The Times', 'Saturday review', 'Daily News', 'Pall Mall Gazette', 'Daily Telegraph', etc. Together with an impartial review of the merits of the case. Public Domain Mark


About this work

Description

Mrs Stowe wrote an article, which claimed that that Lord Byron had had an incestuous affair with his sister.

Publication/Creation

London : Thomas Cooper & Co., 1869.

Physical description

128, 11 pages ; 22 cm

Notes

Ascribed to Eneas Sweetland Dallas. cf. Halkett & Laing. Sweetland was the editor of "Once a week" at this time.

Bound in Medico-legal tracts, 37.

Type/Technique

Language

  • English


Where to find it

Location of original

This material has been provided by Royal College of Physicians, London. The original may be consulted at Royal College of Physicians, London.

Royal College of Physicians, London


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