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Publication history and Browne’s reading

Most essential in this regard is Finch, Jeremiah (ed.), Facsimile of A Catalogue of the Libraries of the Learned Sir Thomas Brown and Dr Edward Brown his Son (London 1710, facsimile, 1986)

  • Cawley, Robert Royston, 'Sir Thomas Browne and His Reading', PMLA, 48 (1933) 426-70
  • Daniels, Edgar F. "Browne's 'To the Deceased Author'." Explicator 46, no. 2 (Winter, 1988): 19-20.
  • Finch, J. S. "A Newly Discovered Urn Burial." Library 19 (1938): 347-53.
  • Finch, Jeremiah S. "Sir Thomas Browne: Early Biographical Notices, and the Disposition of His Library and Manuscripts." Studies in Bibliography 2 (1949): 196-201.
  • Finch, Jeremiah S. "Sir Thomas Browne's Library." English Language Notes 19 (June 1982): 360-70.
  • Finch, Jeremiah S. "The Norfolk Persuaders of Sir Thomas Browne: A Variant Copy of the 1712 Posthumous Works." Princeton University Library Chronicle 11, no. 4 (Summer, 1950): 199-201.
  • Huntley, Frank L. "The Publication and Immediate Reception of Religio Medici." Library 25, no. 3 (July 1955): 203-18.
  • Letts, M 'Sir Thomas Browne and His Books', N&Q, 11th Series 10 (1914) 321-3, 342-4, 361-2
  • Monro, T. K. "An Unpublished Letter of Sir Thomas Browne, M.D." Scottish Historical Review 19, no. 73 (October 1921): 49-57.
  • Moschowitz, Eli. "The First Editions of Sir Thomas Browne." Annals of Medical History 6 (Winter, 1924): 363-68.
  • Richmond, Gary. "Sir Thomas Browne's Library [Part 1]." Antiquarian Book Monthly Review 4, no. 1 (January 1977): 2-9.
  • Richmond, Gary. "Sir Thomas Browne's Library [Part 2]." Antiquarian Book Monthly Review 4, no. 2 (February 1977): 52-54.
  • Weaver, Raymond H. "Sir Thomas Browne." Bookman 48 (October 1918): 174-81.
  • Juel-Jensen, Bent.'‘Musæum Clausum, or bibliotheca Abscondita: Some Thoughts on Curiosity Cabinets and Imaginary Books', Journal of the History of Collecting 4 (1992) 127-40
  • Moran, Berna, 'Sir Thomas Browne’s reading on the Turks', N&Q 197 (1952), 380-82, 403-06