- TYPEE - New York Daily Tribune - April 4, 1846; signed with star * mark = Margaret Fuller.
- DEATH OF GANSEVOORT MELVILLE - New York Herald - June 4, 1847; with mention of Herman Melville "the author of an extraordinary book called 'Typee.' "
Nominates N. P. Willis to fill the suddenly vacant post of Secretary of Legation in London.
- TYPEE - New York Herald - April 28, 1846; notice headed "THE NEW ROBINSON CRUSOE"
- OMOO - New York Daily Tribune - June 21, 1847; signed "H. G." = Horace Greeley
- Married "In Boston, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Young, Mr. HERMAN MELVILLE, of New York, to Miss ELIZABETH K. SHAW, daughter of Chief Justice Shaw, of the former place." --New York Herald - August 6, 1847
Signed "W. O. B." = William O. Bourne]
- MARDI - New York Daily Tribune - May 10, 1849; signed "R." = George Ripley
- REDBURN - New York Daily Tribune - December 1, 1849; signed "R." = George Ripley
- WHITE-JACKET New York Daily Tribune - April 5, 1850; signed "R." = George Ripley
- MOBY-DICK - New York Daily Tribune - November 22, 1851; unsigned but attributed in Melville scholarship to George Ripley, Tribune literary editor from 1849 to 1880.
- PIERRE - New York Herald - July 29, 1852; early negative notice of "repulsive" gothic plot: "Mr. Melville has written himself out."
- "CHARLES LE CHAUVE" in the New York Herald - September 4, 1853; Notices among Berkshire celebrities "Herman Melville who, if he would understand to write about the things of this world, would be as popular as Dickens, but whose later works are such that neither gods nor men, nor columns can tolerate. He lives at Pittsfield, and has a beautiful place there."
- ISRAEL POTTER - Putnam's magazine for July 1854 - New York Herald July 16, 1854
- ISRAEL POTTER - Putnam's for August reviewed with excerpts on George III and Benjamin Franklin - New York Herald - August 6, 1854
- ISRAEL POTTER - Putnam's for September - New York Herald August 27, 1854
- ISRAEL POTTER - Putnam's for March - New York Herald March 11, 1855;
"terminates gloomily" but "the best of Herman Melville's novels."
HERMAN MELVILLE'S FUNERAL - New York Tribune - October 1, 1891
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