Author:George William Frederick Howard

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George William Frederick Howard
(1802–1864)
7th Earl of Carlisle
George William Frederick Howard

Works[edit]

  • The Last of the Greeks, a tragedy (1828)
  • Speech of Lord Viscount Morpeth, on the Irish tithe bill, in the House of Commons, on Thursday, June 2, 1836 (1836)
  • Travels in America; The poetry of Pope; Two lectures delivered to the Leeds Mechanics Institution and Literary Society, December 5th and 6th, 1850 (1851)
  • The Life and Writings of Pope (1851)
  • Address delivered by The Right Hon. The Earl of Carlisle, at the ceremony of his installation as The Lord Rector of Marischal College and University, Aberdeen, on Wednesday, 31st March, 1853 (1853)
  • "A Lecture on the writings of Gray" in The Poetical Works of Thomas Gray, English and Latin (1854, 7th edition)
  • Diary in Turkish and Greek Waters (1854)
  • The second vision of Daniel: a paraphrase in verse (1858)
  • Speeches of the Right Hon. the Earl of Carlisle, Edward Baines, Esq., Wm E. Forster, Esq. and other gentlemen at the annual meeting of the Leeds Young Men's Anti-Slavery Society, in the Town Hall, Dec. 28, 1858, his worship the Mayor, Sir Peter Fairbairn in the chair (1859)
  • Lectures and addresses in aid of popular education: including a lecture on the poetry of Pope (1862)
  • The viceregal speeches and addresses, lectures and poems, of the late earl of Carlisle, K.G. (1866), collected and edited by James J. Gaskin.
  • Poems by George Howard, Earl of Carlisle, selected by his sisters (1869)

Works about Howard[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1925 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.