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  • THE HISTORY OF JUNIUS AND HIS WORKS, and a Review of the Controversy respecting Junius, with an Appendix, containing Portraits and

    Notes and Queries, Number 03, November 17, 1849

  • THE HISTORY OF JUNIUS AND HIS WORKS, and a Review of the Controversy respecting Junius, with an Appendix, containing Portraits and

    Notes and Queries, Number 21, March 23, 1850

  • The letter is believed to be the first which appeared signed "ATTICUS," and was written many months before the author became known as Junius, and before any necessity had arisen for the exercise of that habitual caution which he afterwards evinced in the mention of any circumstance at all likely to lead to his detection.

    Notes and Queries, Number 18, March 2, 1850

  • I do so not just to make a connection that hasn't been observed before but because "Junius" is taken from Lucius Junius Brutus, not the Shakespearean regicide but the hero and founder of the Roman republic.)

    Reactionary Prophet

  • I do so not just to make a connection that hasn't been observed before but because "Junius" is taken from Lucius Junius Brutus, not the Shakespearean regicide but the hero and founder of the Roman republic.)

    Reactionary Prophet

  • Perhaps its northern branch, called Junius's creek, which interlocks with the western of Monongahela, may one day admit a shorter passage from the latter into the Ohio.

    Notes on the State of Virginia.

  • Perhaps its northern branch, called Junius's creek, which interlocks with the western of Monongahela, may one day admit a shorter passage from the latter into the Ohio.

    Notes on the State of Virginia

  • Johnson (_Works_, vi. 198) calls Junius 'one of the few writers of his despicable faction whose name does not disgrace the page of an opponent.'

    Life of Johnson, Volume 2 1765-1776

  • Printers and publishers of the elusive 'Junius' are tried for seditious libel.

    A Bloomfield Chronology

  • Francis, moreover, was one of the most feared and skillful pamphleteers of the day, writing excoriating letters under the pseudonym "Junius" — whose identity Burke was one of few to guess.

    Reactionary Prophet

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