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“D'Israeli's Calamities of Authors”, Quarterly Review (September 1812) [Southey]
“Dallas's Recollections and Medwin's Conversations”, Westminster Review (January 1825) [Hobhouse]
“Dalzel—Lectures on the Ancient Greeks”, Quarterly Review (October 1821) [Mitchell]
Dame Rebecca Berry; or, Court Scenes in the Reign of Charles the Second (1827) [Spence]
Damon and Delia: a Tale (1784) [Godwin]
“Danae. From a Fragment of Simonides”, New Monthly Magazine (April 1821) [Sotheby]
“The Dance of Death”, Edinburgh Annual Register (1813) [Scott]
“The Dandy School”, The Examiner (18 November 1827) [Hazlitt]
Dangers through Life; or, the Victim of Seduction (1810) [Plunkett]
“Dante: with a new Italian Commentary”, Edinburgh Review (February 1818) [Foscolo]
“Dante”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (January 1824) [Macaulay]
“Dante: with a new Italian Commentary”, Edinburgh Review (February 1818) [Rogers]
Dante Gabriel Rossetti His Family-letters: with a Memoir (1895) [Rossetti]
Daphnis and Chloe; a Pastoral Novel now first selectly translated into English (1803) [Le Grice]
Darien; or, the Merchant Prince. A Historical Romance (1852) [Warburton]
“Darkness”, The Prisoner of Chillon, and other Poems (1816) [Byron]
Dartmoor: a Descriptive Poem (1826) [Carrington]
Dartmoor; a Poem: which obtained the Prize of Fifty Guineas proposed by the Royal Society of Literature (1821) [Hemans]
“The Daughters of Isenberg”, Quarterly Review (August 1810) [Gifford]
The Daughters of Isenberg: a Bavarian Romance (1810) [Palmer]
“Davideis”, Poems (1656) [Cowley]
“Davis's Travels in America”, Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
“Davy's Bakerian Lecture”, Edinburgh Review (January 1808) [Brougham]
“Davy's Bakerian Lecture”, Edinburgh Review (July 1809) [Brougham]
A Day in Autumn; a Poem (1820) [Barton]
A Day in Stowe Gardens (1825) [Novello]
Day well spent: a Farce in One Act (1836) [Oxenford]
“De cultu atque usu Latini sermonis”, Idyllia heroica decem, librum Phaleuciorum unum partim jam primo, partim iterum atq. tertio (1820) [Landor]
De Re metrica: libri tres (1561) [Moltzer]
De Clifford, or, the Constant Man (1841) [Ward]
“De Guignes—Voyages à Peking”, Quarterly Review (November 1809) [Barrow]
“De Montfort: a Tragedy”, A Series of Plays: in which it is attempted to delineate the stronger Passions of the Mind (1798) [Baillie]
“De Principiis Cogitandi”, The Poems of Mr. Gray. To which are prefixed Memoirs of his Life and Writings by W. Mason, M.A. (1775) [Gray]
“De Vere”, Literary Gazette (31 March 1827) [Patmore]
De Vere; or, the Man of Independence (1827) [Ward]
De arte graphica: the Art of Painting (1695) [Dryden]
“De l'Allemagne, par Madame de Staël”, Edinburgh Review (October 1813) [Mackintosh]
De natura rerum libri septem. De natura hominis libri duo, opuscula vere aurea (1573) [Paracelsus]
“The Dead Sea”, Literary Gazette (25 October 1817) [Croly]
The Deaf and Dumb; or, the Abbé de l'Epée: an Historical Play in Five Acts (1801) [Holcroft]
“The Death of the Old Year”, Discourses on Several Subjects and Occasions (1793) [Horne]
“Death and Funeral of the late Mr. Southey”, The Examiner (1817) [Hunt]
Death: a Poetical Essay (1759) [Porteus]
“The Death of Lord Byron”, The Edinburgh Weekly Journal (5 June 1824) [Scott]
“The Death Song. From the Arabic.”, Literary Gazette (8 November 1817) [Croly]
“Death of Mr. Canning”, New Monthly Magazine (September 1827) [Redding]
“Death's Ramble”, Whims and oddities: in Prose and Verse, with forty original Designs (1826) [Hood]
“The Death-boat of Heligoland”, New Monthly Magazine (November 1828) [Campbell]
Death's Doings: consisting of numerous original Compositions in Prose and Verse, the friendly Contributions of various Writers: principally intended as illustrations of twenty-four Plates (1826) [Dagley]
“Deaths of Little Children”, The Indicator (5 April 1820) [Hunt]
The Decameron (1349-1351) [Boccaccio]
Declaration of the Objects of the Liverpool Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery: 25th March, 1823 (1823) [Roscoe]
“A Dedication to G. H.”, Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1786) [Burns]
“Dedication to Leigh Hunt, Esq.”, Poems by John Keats (1817) [Keats]
A Defence of the Character and Conduct of the late Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin, founded on Principles of Nature and Reason, as applied to the Peculiar Circumstances of her Case in a series of Letters to a Lady (1803) [Aldis]
“Defence of Usury”, Edinburgh Review (December 1816) [Brougham]
A Defence of Ryme. Against a Pamphlet entituled: Obseruations in the Art of English Poesie. Wherein is demonstratiuely prooued, that Ryme is the fittest Harmonie of Wordes that comports with our Language (1603) [Daniel]
A Defence of the Rockingham Party in their late Coalition with the Right Honourable Frederic Lord North (1783) [Godwin]
“Defence of the Sonnets of Sir Philip Sidney”, London Magazine (September 1823) [Lamb]
The Defence of Innes Monro, Esq., Captain in the late 73rd or Lord Macleod's Regiment of Highlanders, against a Charge of Plagiarism from the Works of Dr. William Thompson (1790) [Murray]
“A Defence of Poetry”, Essays, Letters from Abroad, Translations and Fragments (1840) [Shelley]
The Defence of Poesie (1595) [Sidney]
A Defence of Pluralities, or, holding two Benefices with Cure of Souls: as now practised in the Church of England (1692) [Wharton]
A Defense of Edmund Kean ... being a Reply to Mr. Buck's Preface, and remarks on his Tragedy of the Italians (1819) [Kean]
The Deformed Transformed: a Drama (1824) [Byron]
“Dejection: An Ode”, Morning Post (4 October 1802) [Coleridge]
“Del maxico prodigioso”, Parte veinte de comedias varias nunca (1663) [Calderon]
Delineations of Fonthill and its Abbey (1823) [Rutter]
Deloraine (1833) [Godwin]
Delphine (1802) [Stael]
Democracy and Liberty (1896) [Lecky]
A Demonstration of the Being and Attributes of God: more particularly in answer to Mr. Hobbs, Spinoza, and their Followers (1705) [Clarke]
Denkmal auf das Grab der beyden letzten Grafen von Purgstall gesetzt von ihrem Freunde J. v. H. Gedruckt als Handschrift für Freunde (1821) [Hammer]
Le Dépit amoureux (1656) [Moliere]
“Depreciation of Paper Currency”, Edinburgh Review (February 1811) [Malthus]
Dermid; or, Erin in the Days of Boru: a Poem (1814) [Dalton]
Derriana, consisting of a History of the Siege of Londonderry and Defence of Enniskillen, in 1688 and 1689, with Historical Poetry and Biographical Notes, &c. (1823) [Graham]
“The Descent of Odin. An Ode”, Poems by Mr. Gray. A New Edition (1768) [Gray]
The Descent of Liberty. A Mask (1815) [Hunt]
A Description of the Part of Devonshire bordering on the Tamar and the Tavy; its Natural History, Manners, Customs, Superstitions, Scenery, Antiquities, Biography of Eminent Persons, &c. &c. in a Series of Letters to Robert Southey, Esq. (1836) [Bray]
“Description of Prize-Day (May 1st) in Glasgow College”, Life and Letters of Thomas Campbell (1849) [Campbell]
A Description of the Western Islands of Scotland (1703) [Mariner]
Description of the Regalia of Scotland (1819) [Scott]
A Description of the Scenery of the Lakes in the north of England with Additions, and illustrative Remarks upon the Scenery of the Alps (1822) [Wordsworth]
A Descriptive Catalogue of the Works of Rembrandt, and of his Scholars, Bol, Livens, and Van Vliet, compiled from the Original Etchings, and from the Catalogues of De Burgy, Gersaint, Helle and Glomy, Marcus, and Yver (1796) [Daulby]
Descriptive Sketches. In Verse. Taken during a Pedestrian Tour in the Italian, Grison, Swiss, and Savoyard Alps (1793) [Wordsworth]
The Deserted Village, a Poem (1770) [Goldsmith]
“Despondency, an Ode”, Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1786) [Burns]
“The Destiny of Nations: a Vision”, Sibylline Leaves: a Collection of Poems (1817) [Coleridge]
Destiny; or, the Chief's Daughter (1831) [Ferrier]
“The Destroying Angel”, New Monthly Magazine (1823) [Redding]
Desultory Thoughts and Reflections (1839) [Blessington]
Desultory Thoughts in London, Titus and Gisippus, with other Poems (1821) [Lloyd]
“Detached Thoughts on Books and Reading”, London Magazine (July 1822) [Lamb]
Les Deux gendres, comédie en 5 actes (1810) [Étienne]
Devereux: a Tale (1829) [Lytton]
The Devil's Ducat, or, the Gift of Mammon: a romantic Drama, in Two Acts ([1830?]) [Jerrold]
“The Devil's Drive.—a sequel to Porson's 'Devil's Walk'”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“The Devil's Walk”, Morning Post (1799) [Coleridge]
Le devin du village; interméde (1753) [Rousseau]
Devotional Verses: founded on, and illustrative of Select Texts of Scripture (1826) [Barton]
Devout Exercises of the Heart in Meditation and Soliloquy, Prayer and Praise (1738) [Rowe]
Le diable amoureux (1777) [Cazotte]
Le diable boiteux (1707) [Lesage]
“Dialogue between a Gentleman and a Farmer”, England's Alarm! On the prevailing Doctrine of Libels, as laid down by the Earl of Mansfield: in a Letter to His Lordship by a Country Gentleman: to which is added by way of Appendix, the celebrated Dialogue between a Gentleman and a Farmer, written by Sir William Jones: with Remarks thereon, and on the Case of the Dean of St. Asaph ([1785]) [Jones]
“Dialogue between a Mother and Child”, The Works of Charles Lamb (1818) [Lamb]
“Dialogue between Eusebius and Alciphron”, The Plain Englishman: comprehending Original Compositions, and Selections from the Best Writers (May-July 1820) [Sumner]
Dialogues on Botany for the use of Young Persons (1819) [Beaufort]
Dialogues on Instinct; with Analytical View of the Researches on Fossil Osteology (1844) [Brougham]
Dialogues des morts composez pour l'education d'un prince (1712) [Fenelon]
Dialogues of the Dead (1760) [Lyttelton]
Diaries and Correspondence (1844) [Harris]
Diary Illustrative of the Times of George IV: interspersed with original Letters from the late Queen Caroline and from other distinguished Persons (1838) [Bury]
The Diary of the late George Bubb Dodington, Baron of Melcombe Regis: from March 8, 1749, to February 6, 1761 (1784) [Dodington]
Diary of a Lover of Literature (1810) [Green]
The Dramatic Works of Robert Greene: to which are added his Poems; with some Account of the Author, and Notes (1831) [Green]
Diary of an Ennuyée (1826) [Jameson]
The Diary of an Invalid; being the Journal of a Tour in pursuit of Health in Portugal, Italy, Switzerland, and France in the Years 1817, 1818, and 1819 (1820) [Matthews]
Diary, Reminiscences, and Correspondence (1869) [Robinson]
The Diary of the Right Hon. William Windham, 1784-1810 (1866) [Windham]
“La diavolessa”, Novelle inedite di Giambattisto Casti (1803) [Casti]
“[Dibdin's Bibliographic Tour]”, Literary Gazette (26 May 1821) [Jerdan]
The Dice of Death! A Drama, in Three Acts ([1836?]) [Oxenford]
The Dictionary of Religion: an Encyclopaedia of Christian and other Religious Doctrines, Denominations, Sects, Heresies, Ecclesiastical Terms, History, Biography, etc., etc. (1887) [Benham]
A Dictionary of Practical Surgery: containing a complete Exhibition of the present State of the Principles and Practice of Surgery (1809) [Cooper]
A Dictionary of the English language: in which the Words are deduced from their Originals, and illustrated in their different Significations by Examples from the best Writers (1755) [Johnson]
The Dictionary of the Farm (1845) [Rham]
A Dictionary, Persian, Arabic, and English. To which is prefixed a Dissertation on the languages, Literature, and Manners of Eastern Nations (1777-1780) [Richardson]
Dictionnaire des girouettes, ou nos contemporains peints d'après eux-mêmes (1815) [Eymery]
Dictionnaire des arts de peinture, sculpture et gravure (1792) [Watelet]
The Difficulties of Romanism (1826) [Faber]
A Digest of the Bankrupt Laws (1805) [Montagu]
“Digressions in the two Exhibition-rooms”, New Monthly Magazine (September 1822) [Banim]
“Dinner to Burns”, Athenaeum (28 January 1832) [Redding]
“Dirge of Wallace”, Spirit of the Public Journals (1802) [Campbell]
“Dirge occasioned by an Infant's Death”, Poems on Various Subjects (1795) [Lloyd]
“Dirge for a living Poet”, New Monthly Magazine (April 1843) [Smith, James and Horace]
Discipline: a Novel (1814) [Brunton]
Discorsi di Niccolo Machiavelli (1531) [Machiavelli]
Discours et mémoires (1790) [Bailly]
A Discourse of Military Discipline, devided into three Boockes (1634) [Barry]
A Discourse of the Objects, Advantages, and Pleasures of Science (1827) [Brougham]
A Discourse on the Study of the Law of Nature and Nations: Introductory to a Course of Lectures on that Science, to be commenced in Lincoln's Inn Hall, on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 1799, in pursuance of an Order of the Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn (1799) [Mackintosh]
A Discourse on Education and on the Plans pursued in Charity-schools ([1786]) [Parr]
A Discourse on the Late Fast. By Phileleutherus Norfolciensis (1781) [Parr]
A Discourse on the Studies of the University (1833) [Sedgwick]
Discourses for the Use of Families: on the Advantages of a Free Enquiry, and on the Study of the Scriptures (1790) [Hazlitt]
“The Discovery. A Dramatic Sketch, founded on a Story of Boccaccio”, Literary Gazette (7, 14 April 1821) [Procter]
“The Disowned”, Literary Gazette (29 November 1828) [Jerdan]
The Disowned (1829) [Lytton]
The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington during his various Campaigns in India, Denmark, Portugal, Spain, the Low Countries and France: from 1799 to 1818 (1834-1837) [Gurwood]
The Dispatches of Field Marshall the Duke of Wellington, K.G. during his various Campaigns in India, Denmark, Portugal, Spain, the Low Countries, and France, from 1799 to 1818 (1834-1838) [Wellesley]
Disputatio de mysticismo (1819) [Bonnechose]
A Disquisition upon Etruscan Vases; displaying their probable connection with the Shows at Eleusis, and the Chinese Feast of Lanterns, with Explanations of a few of the principal Allegories depicted upon them (1806) [Christie]
A Dissertation upon the Epistles of Phalaris, Themistocles, Socrates, Euripides, and others, and the Fables of Æsop (1697) [Bentley]
A Dissertation on the Course and probable Termination of the Niger (1829) [Donkin]
A Dissertation on the Mysteries of the Cabiri; or, the great Gods of Phenicia, Samothrace, Egypt, Troas, Greece, Italy, and Crete; being an Attempt to deduce the several Orgies of Isis, Ceres, Mithras, Bacchus, Rhea, Adonis, and Hecate, from a Union of the Rites commemorative of the Deluge with the Adoration of the Hosts of Heaven (1803) [Faber]
“A Dissertation on Roast Pig”, London Magazine (September 1822) [Lamb]
A Dissertation on the Principles of Human Eloquence with particular regard to the Style and Composition of the New Testament in which the Observations on this Subject by the Lord Bishop of Gloucester in his Discourse on the Doctrine of Grace are distinctly considered; being the Substance of Several Lectures read in the Oratory School of Trinity-College, Dublin (1764) [Leland]
A Dissertation on the Modern Style of altering Antient Cathedrals: as exemplified in the Cathedral of Salisbury (1798) [Milner]
A Dissertation on Romance and Minstrelsy: To which is appended the Ancient Metrical Romance of Ywaine and Gawin (1891) [Ritson]
Dissertation First: exhibiting a General View of the Progress of Metaphysical, Ethical and Political Philosophy (1815) [Stewart]
Dissertationes duæ anti-Socinianæ (1657) [Bagshaw]
Dissertationes de legibus quibusdam subtilior sermonibus Homerici (1822) [Hermann]
Dissertations on Subjects of Science connected with Natural Theology: being the concluding Volumes of the new Edition of Paley's Work (1836-1839) [Brougham]
Dissertations on Man, Philosophical, Physiological, and Political: in answer to Mr. Malthus's Essay on the Principle of Population (1806) [Jarrold]
Dissertazioni due: sopra alcuni passi della vita de Lorenzo de' Medici detto il Magnifico scritta dal dottore Guglielmo Roscoe (1810) [Pozzetti]
“Distant Correspondents”, London Magazine (March 1822) [Lamb]
The Distrest Mother: a Tragedy (1712) [Philips]
The Divina commedia of Dante Alighieri (1802) [Boyd]
La divina commedia di Dante Alighieri con comento analitico (1826-1827) [Rossetti]
The Divine Comedy (1320 c.) [Dante]
The Divine Authority of Holy Scripture asserted, from its Adaptation to the Real State of Human Nature, in Eight Sermons preached before the University of Oxford, in the year MDCCCXVII, at the Lecture founded by the late Rev. John Bampton (1817) [Miller]
The Divine Catastrophe of the Kingly Family of the House of Stuarts: or, a Short History of the Rise, Reign, and Ruine thereof (1652) [Peyton]
Divine Fancies: digested into Epigrammes, Meditations, and Observations (1632) [Quarles]
The Divine Legation of Moses demonstrated, on the Principles of a Religious Deist, from the Omission of the Doctrine of a future State of Reward and Punishment in the Jewish Dispensation. In Six Books (1738-41) [Warburton]
The Divinity of Christ, proved from his own Declarations, attested and interpreted by his Living Witnesses, the Jews: a Sermon preached before the University of Oxford at St. Peter's, February XXVIII, MDCCXC (1790) [Burgess]
Dix années d'exil: fragmens d'un ouvrage inédit, composé dans les années 1810 à 1813 (1821) [Stael]
“The Doctor”, Quarterly Review (March 1834) [Lockhart]
The Doctor &c. (1834-1847) [Southey]
Doctrine de Saint-Simon: exposition: première année, 1829 (1830) [Bazard]
The Doctrine of Philosophical Necessity illustrated: being an Appendix to the Disquisitions relating to Matter and Spirit (1777) [Priestley]
“Doctrine de Saint Simon; New Distribution of Property”, Quarterly Review (July 1831) [Southey]
The Doctrine of Grace, or, the Office and Operations of the Holy Spirit vindicated from the Insults of Infidelity, and the Abuses of Fanaticism (1763) [Warburton]
“The Doctrines of Gall and Spurzheim”, Edinburgh Review (June 1815) [Gordon]
Documents historiques et réflections sur le gouvernement de Hollande (1820) [Bonaparte]
Dolgorucki and Menzikof: a Russian tale (1805) [Lafontaine]
Dombey and Son (1848) [Dickens]
Domestic Medicine, or, the Family Physician, being an Attempt to render the Medical Art more generally useful, by shewing People what is in their own Power both with respect to the Prevention and Cure of Diseases, chiefly calculated to recommend a proper attention to Regimen and Simple Medicines (1769) [Buchan]
The Domestic Manners and Private Life of Sir Walter Scott (1834) [Hogg]
Domestic Anecdotes of the French Nation, during the last thirty years, indicative of the French Revolution (1794) [D'Israeli]
“Dominion of the Moors in Spain”, The Foreign Review (1829) [Southey]
“Don Pedro Cevallos on the French usurpation of Spain”, Edinburgh Review (October 1808) [Brougham]
Don Juan (1819-1824) [Byron]
Don Sebastian, King of Portugal: a Tragedy (1690) [Dryden]
Don Quixote in England. A Comedy (1734) [Fielding]
'Don John', or Don Juan unmasked; being a Key to the Mystery, attending that Remarkable Publication; with a Descriptive Review of the poem, and Extracts (1819) [Hone]
“Don Manuel Espriella's Letters from England”, Edinburgh Review (January 1808) [Jeffrey]
Don Carlos: a Tragedy (1798) [Schiller]
Don Quixote de la Mancha (1818) [Smirke]
Don Carlos, or, Persecution: a Tragedy in Five Acts (1822) [Russell]
Don Esteban: or, Memoirs of a Spaniard (1825) [Llanos]
The History of the most renowned Don Quixote of Mancha: and his Trusty Squire Sancho Pancha (1687) [Cervantes]
Don Quixote de la Mancha (1605, 1615) [Cervantes]
“Donald MacDonald”, The Mountain Bard, consisting of Ballads and Songs founded on Facts and Legendary Tales (1807) [Hogg]
“Donna Agnesi's Analytical Institutions”, Edinburgh Review (January 1804) [Playfair]
The Doom of Devorgoil: a Melo-drama; Auchindrane or, the Ayrshire Tragedy (1830) [Scott]
“Dorbrizhoffer—Account of the Abipones”, Quarterly Review (January 1822) [Southey]
The Double Dealer: a Comedy (1694) [Congreve]
Douglas: a Tragedy (1757) [Home]
“Douglas on the Passage of Rivers”, Quarterly Review (January 1818) [Scott]
The Dowager; or, the new School for Scandal (1840) [Gore]
“Dr. Clarke's Travels in Russia”, Quarterly Review (August 1810) [Ellis]
“Dr. Tennant's Indian Recreations”, Edinburgh Review (July 1804) [Loch]
“Dr. Kennedy and Lord Byron”, Fraser’s Magazine (August 1830) [Maginn]
“Dr. Sayers's Works”, Quarterly Review (January 1827) [Southey]
“Dr. Beattie's Life of Campbell”, Quarterly Review (June 1849) [Lockhart]
“Dr. Parr's Spital Sermon”, Edinburgh Review (October 1802) [Smith]
The Dragon Knight. A Poem, in Twelve Cantos (1818) [Burges]
“The Drama”, Edinburgh Review (June 1829) [Hogg]
The Dramatic Works of William Shakspeare (1838) [Campbell]
The Dramatic Works (1826) [Ford]
The Dramatic Works of John Ford (1826) [Gifford]
Dramatic Scenes, from Real Life (1833) [Morgan]
Dramatic Scenes. With other Poems, now first printed, By Barry Cornwall (1819) [Procter]
The Dramatic Works and Poems of James Shirley now first collected (1833) [Shirley]
The Dramatic Works of John Ford. With an Introduction and Explanatory Notes (1811) [Weber]
“[Dramatic Scene]”, Literary Gazette (20 March 1819) [Croly]
The Dramatic Works of William Shakspeare: with Notes, critical, historical, and explanatory, selected from the most eminent Commentators; to which is prefixed a Life of the Author (1825) [Harness]
Dramatist: or, Stop him who can! a Comedy, in Five Acts (1806) [Reynolds]
“The Dream: a Tragedy”, A Series of Plays: in which it is attempted to delineate the stronger Passions of the Mind: each Passion being the Subject of a Tragedy and a Comedy. Vol. III (1812) [Baillie]
“The Dream”, The Prisoner of Chillon, and other Poems (1816) [Byron]
“A Dream”, New Monthly Magazine (June 1824) [Campbell]
A Dream; addressed to Samuel Rogers (1818) [Holland]
The Dream of Eugene Aram: the Murderer (1831) [Hood]
“Dream-Children: a Reverie”, London Magazine (January 1822) [Lamb]
“The Dream of Life”, The Dream of Life: Lays of the English Church and other Poems (1843) [Moultrie]
The Dream, and other Poems (1841) [Norton]
“A Dream of Fair Women”, Poems (1833) [Tennyson]
Dreams, Waking Thoughts, and Incidents: in a Series of Letters, from various parts of Europe (1783) [Beckford]
The Drummer; or, the Haunted House. A Comedy (1715) [Addison]
“Dry Rot—Mr. Kyan's Patent”, Quarterly Review (April 1833) [Barrow]
Le duc de Guise à Naples, ou Mémoires sur les révolutions de ce royaume en 1647 et 1648 (1825) [Pastoret]
The Duchess of Malfi (1623) [Webster]
Ductor dubitantium, or, The Rule of Conscience in all her Generall Measures serving as a Great Instrument for the Determination of Cases of Conscience: in Four Books (1660) [Taylor]
The Duenna: a Comic Opera in three Acts (1776) [Sheridan]
“The Duke of Argyll's Essay”, Quarterly Review (February 1849) [Gilfillan]
The Great Favourite, or, The Duke of Lerma (1668) [Howard]
The Duke of Mantua: a Tragedy (1823) [Roby]
“The Dumb Orators; or the Benefit of Society”, Tales (1812) [Crabbe]
The Dunciad (1728) [Pope]
Dunluce Castle, a Poem. In Four Parts (1814) [Quillinan]
Dunton's Whipping-post: or, a Satyr upon every body (1706) [Dunton]
“Dupin—The Navy of England and France”, Quarterly Review (October 1821) [Barrow]
“Durandarte and Belerma”, The Monk: a Romance (1796) [Lewis]
“Dwight—Travels in New England and New York”, Quarterly Review (October 1823) [Southey]
“[The Dying Lover]”, Recreations in Agriculture, Natural History, Arts, and Miscellaneous Literature (November 1800) [Lamb]
“The Dying Christian to his Soul, Ode”, Miscellaneous Poems, by Several Hands (1730) [Pope]
“Dymond, On the Principles of Morality”, Quarterly Review (January 1831) [Southey]
“The Dynasty of Dandies”, Literary Gazette (26 September 1818) [Procter]