Author:Bernard Bolingbroke Woodward
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|Englishmen, librarian to Queen Victoria|
- The History of Wales’ London [1850–3], 8vo.
- The Natural History of the Year’ (originally issued in the ‘Teacher's Offering,’ 1851), London, 1852, 12mo; 3rd ed. 1863; revised edit. (so called) 1872.
- The History of the United States of America (by W. H. Bartlett as far as vol. i. p. 536), New York [1855–6], 3 vols. 8vo.
- First Lessons on the English Reformation London , 12mo; 2nd edit. 1860.
- First Lessons in Astronomy (5th edit. rewritten by B. B. Woodward), London , 12mo.
- First Lessons in the Evidences of Christianity (originally issued in the ‘Teacher's Offering,’ 1858–9), London [1860?], 12mo; 2nd edit. 1865.
- A General History of Hampshire (as far as p. 317, afterwards carried on by Theodor C. Wilks), London [1859–62], 4to.
- Encyclopædia of Chronology in conjunction with W. L. R. Cates, who completed it, London, 1872, 8vo.
- The History and Antiquities of Norwich Castle by his father, 1847, 4to.
- Barclay's Complete Dictionary of the English Language’ new edit. 1851, 4to, for which he wrote numerous articles, especially in biography and geography.
- Maunder's Treasury of Knowledge’ new ed. 1859, for which he wrote a ‘compendious English grammar,’ besides rewriting much of the rest.
Also wrote many articles and reviews for the ‘Eclectic Review,’ Sharpe's ‘London Magazine,’ the ‘Gentleman's Magazine,’ and other periodicals.
Works about Woodward
- "Woodward, Bernard Bolingbroke," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.