Author:George Cornewall Lewis

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George Cornewall Lewis
(1806–1863)
British statesman and man of letters
George Cornewall Lewis

Works[edit]

  • An essay on the origin and formation of the Romance languages. 1835 external link
  • On local disturbances in Ireland; and on the Irish church question, 1836 external link
  • A glossary of provincial words used in Herefordshire and some of the adjoining counties, 1839 external link
  • An essay on the origin and formation of the romance languages, 1839 external link
  • A glossary of provincial words used in Herefordshire and some of the adjoining counties, 1839 external link
  • Essay on the government of dependencies, 1841 external link
  • The public economy of Athens: to which is added, A dissertation on the silver mines of Laurion with August Boeckh, 1785-1867; 1842 external link
  • An essay on the influence of authority in matters of opinion, 1849 external link
  • A treatise on the methods of observation and reasoning in politics, 1852 vol 1, vol 2
  • An inquiry into the credibility of the early Roman history, 1855 vol 1, vol 2
  • On foreign jurisdiction and the extradition of criminals, 1859 external link
  • An historical survey of the astronomy of the ancients, 1862 external link
  • A dialogue on the best form of government, 1863 external link
  • Essays on the administrations of Great Britain from 1783 to 1830, (1864) external link
  • Letters of the Right Hon. Sir George Cornewall Lewis, bart., to various friends, 1870 external link
  • Remarks on the use and abuse of some political terms, 1877 external link
  • An Essay on the Government of Dependencies, 1891 external link
  • Remarks on the use and abuse of some political terms; 1898 external link
  • Government of dependencies; an essay (1901) external link

Also listed as contributor to Edinburgh Review

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Works about Lewis[edit]

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