- [Eliot, George]. "[Review of Leaves of Grass (1855)]." The Westminster and Foreign Quarterly Review n.s. 9 (1 April 1856): 343-56. was changed to The Westminster Review. (The two journals were briefly combined in 1846 before the Foreign Quarterly Review ceased publication; in 1856 the journal was titled The Westminster Review.)
- Anonymous]. "[Review of Leaves of Grass (1855)]." The Dublin Review 41 (September 1856): 267-8.
The Wellesley Index lists contributor as: Bagshawe, Henry Ridgard, 1799-1870, barrister, ed.
- [Lewes, George Henry (?)]. "Transatlantic Latter-Day Poetry." The Leader 7 (7 June 1856): 547-8. changed author to [Lewes, George Henry or Eliot, George].
- According to George Eliot: A Biographical History, (William Baker and John C. Ross, eds., pub by Oak Knoll Press and the British Library, 2002), George Eliot "provided a string of relatively short articles and reviews for the Leader published between 17 March 1855 and 30 August 1856 (421); and that "Between March 1855 and August 1856, George Eliot recorded payment for 21 articles for the Leader, at 1££,1s apiece" [Journal 58, 54-65] (428). George Eliot is known to have written George Henry Lewes's regular columns for the Leader in the spring of 1855, and she definitely wrote "The Poets and Poetry of America" for the Leader [VII (1 March 1856): 306] (434), but which of the two wrote this June 1856 review of Walt Whitman is not definitely established.