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1.00 Paul Bator, The University of Edinburgh Belles Lettres Society (1759-64) and the Rhetoric of the Novel, Rhetoric Review, 1996.
0.82 James R. Irvine, Rhetoric and Philosophy: A Selected Inventory of Lecture Notes and Dictates in Scottish Archives 1600-1700. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1980,
0.45 Winifred Bryan Horner, Nineteenth-Century Rhetoric at the University of Edinburgh with an Annotated Bibliography of Archival Materials, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1989.
0.44 Andrea A. Lunsford, A Bibliographical Note on William Edmonstoune Aytoun's Manuscript: Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1986.
0.42 Winifred Bryan Horner, Nineteenth-Century Rhetoric at the Universities of Aberdeen and St Andrews with an Annotated Bibliography of Archiveal Materials, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1990.
0.39 Winifred Bryan Horner, Nineteenth-Century Rhetoric at the University of Glasgow with an Annotated Bibliography of Archival Materials, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1990.
0.37 Paul Bator, The D [avid] B[aynes] Horn Collection: Unpublished Papers on the History of the University of Edinburgh, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1996.
0.28 Lynée Lewis Gaillet, George Jardine: Champion of the Scottish Philosophy of Democratic Intellect, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1998.
0.26 Dottie Broaddus, Authoring Elitism: Francis Hutcheson and Hugh Blair in Scotland and America, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1994.
0.26 Sherry Booth, A Moment for Reform: Rhetoric and Literature at the University of Glasgow 1862-1877. Rhetoric Review, 2003,
0.26 Thomas P. Miller, Where Did College English Studies Come from?, Rhetoric Review, 1990.
0.26 J. Blake Scott, John Witherspoon's Normalizing Pedagogy of Ethos, Rhetoric Review, 1997.
0.25 Katherine Witek, The Rhetoric of Smith Boswell and Johnson: Creating the Modern Icon, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1994.
0.25 Alan Brinton, Hugh Blair and the True Eloquence, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1995.
0.25 Alan Brinton, Hugh Blair and the True Eloquence, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1992.
0.24 Thomas P. Miller, The Rhetoric of Belles Lettres: The Political Context of the Eighteenth-Century Transition from Classical to Modern Cultural Studies, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1993.
0.24 Beth Innocenti Manolescu, Clerics Competing for and against "Eloquence" in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Britain, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2000.
0.24 Lynée Lewis Gaillet, An Historical Perspective on Collaborative Learning, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1994.
0.23 James Irvine, Lord Monboddo's "Letter on Rhetorick": Defense of Aristotle, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1991.
0.22 Winifred Bryan Horner, The Roots of Modern Writing Instruction: Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Britain, Rhetoric Review, 1990.
0.22 Andrea A. Lunsford, Essay Writing and Teachers' Responses in Nineteenth-Century Scottish Universities, College Composition and Communication, 1981.
0.21 Carolyn Channell, Genesis and Analysis: The Role of the Essay in Nineteenth-Century Scottish Universities, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1983.
0.21 Stephen L. Carr, The Circulation of Blair's "Lectures", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2002.
0.21 S. Michael Halloran, John Witherspoon on Eloquence, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1987.
0.20 James Beattie James R. Irvine, Notes from Beattie's Lectures on Public Speaking: Marischal College, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1981.
0.19 Thomas Miller, The Formation of College English: A Survey of the Archives of Eighteenth-Century Rhetorical Theory and Practice, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1990.
0.19 Melissa Ianetta, "To Elevate I Must First Soften": Rhetoric Aesthetic and the Sublime Traditions, College English, 2005.
0.18 Patrick Scott, Jonathan Maxcy and the Aims of Early Nineteenth-Century Rhetorical Teaching, College English, 1983.
0.17 B. Evelyn Westbrook, Debating Both Sides: What Nineteenth-Century College Literary Societies Can Teach Us about Critical Pedagogies, Rhetoric Review, 2002.
0.17 Lois Einhorn Herman Cohen Edward P. J. Corbett Charles W. Kneupper Eric Skopec Barbara Warnick, The Most Significant Passage in Hugh Blair's "Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1987.
0.16 Terence S. Morrow Terence A. Morrow, Common Sense Deliberative Practice: John Witherspoon James Madison and the US Constitution, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1999.
0.16 Edward P. J. Corbett, Hugh Blair as an Analyzer of English Prose Style, College Composition and Communication, 1958.
0.16 Andrea A. Lunsford, Alexander Bain's Contributions to Discourse Theory, College English, 1982.
0.16 M. Wade Mahon, The Rhetorical Value of Reading Aloud in Thomas Sheridan's Theory of Elocution, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2001.
0.15 Lois Agnew, The Civic Function of Taste: A Re-Assessment of Hugh Blair's Rhetorical Theory, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1998.