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Alexander Meyrick Broadley
(1847–1916)
British barrister and historian
This author wrote articles for the Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition.
Articles attributed to this author are designated in EB9 by the initials "A. M. B."
Alexander Meyrick Broadley

WorksEdit

  • Tunis, Past and Present (1882), in 2 vols.
  • How we defended Arábi and his friends. A story of Egypt and the Egyptians (1884)
  • Napoleon and the invasion of England: the story of the great terror (1908), co-authored with Harold Felix Baker Wheeler
  • On the Indentification of various Places in the Kingdom of Magadha Visited by the Pilgrim Chi-Fah-Hian (A.D. 400-415.) in The Indian Antiquary (1872)
  • A History of Freemasonry in Malta
  • John Wesley and his Dorset forbears (1903)
  • The boyhood of a great king, 1841-1858: an account of the early years of the life of His Majesty Edward VII (1906)
  • The three Dorset captains at Trafalgar: Thomas Masterman Hardy, Charles Bullen, Henry Digby (1906)
  • Dumouriez and the defence of England against Napoleon (1909), co-authored with John Holland Rose
  • Doctor Johnson and Mrs Thrale: including Mrs Thrale's unpublished journal of the Welsh tour made in 1774 and much hitherto unpublished correspondence of the Streatham coterie (1910)
  • Chats on autographs (1910)
  • The War in Wexford; an account of the rebellion in the south of Ireland in 1798 (1910), co-authored with Harold Felix Baker Wheeler
  • Napoleon in caricature, 1795-1821 (1911), in 2 vols.
  • The royal miracle; a collection of rare tracts, broadsides, letters, prints, & ballads concerning the wanderings of Charles II. after the battle of Worcester (1912)
  • Garrard's, 1721-1911: crown jewellers and goldsmiths during six reigns and in three centuries (1912)
  • The romance of an elderly poet; a hitherto unknown chapter in the life of George Crabbe (1913), co-authored with Walter Jerrold
  • The journal of a British chaplain in Paris during the peace negotiations of 1801-2 (1913)
  • The beautiful Lady Craven; the original memoirs of Elizabeth, baroness Craven (1914), in 2 vols., co-authored with Lewis Melville

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