Talk:Westminster Review

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So... who wrote the articles?[edit]

Is it completely impossible to find out? or was it ever explained or written down somewhere? I'm specifically looking for the authorship of the first English usage of the word myth, which appeared in Article III of the Jan 1830 issue, reviewing a book on Buddhist demon worshippers in Sri Lanka. (If you have any way of finding this out, kindly alert me at my talk page.) — LlywelynII 12:46, 20 August 2014 (UTC)