A Database of Cheap Literature, 1837-1860

About the Library

Harold B. Lee Library

Provo, Utah, United States

Periodicals:
Lloyd's Penny Atlas (London).
Lloyd's Weekly Miscellany (London).
London Journal (London).
The Penny Satirist (London).
Reynolds's Miscellany (London).
Editions:
Almira's Curse; or, the black tower of Bransdorf. A romance.
London: Edward Lloyd and G. Purkess. 25 nos. 198 p.
"Bos" (pseud.) (ed.). The Post-Humurous (sic) Notes of the Pickwickian Club. Vol. 2.
London: E. Lloyd. 58 nos. 452 p.
Renton Nicholson. Cockney Adventures and Tales of London Life.
London: W. M. Clark and A. Forrester, 1838. 21 nos. 168 p.
Gabriel Alexander. Robert Bruce, the hero-king of Scotland.
London: John Dicks, 1852. 56 nos. 443 p.
"Blueskin." (pseud.). Life of Jack Sheppard The Housebreaker.
"Illustrated Library of Romance". London: Glover, 1840. 20 nos. 80 p.
T. Frost , esq. The Corsican Brothers; or, the fatal duel.
London: Purkess, [1852]. 39 nos. 308 p.
La Esmeralda; or, the Hunchback of Notre Dame.
London: G. Peirce, [c. 1845]. 22 nos. 349 p.
Pierce Egan. Robin Hood and Little John or the merry men of Sherwood forest.
London: W. S. Johnson, [1850]. 35 nos. 280 p.
The London Apprentice and the Goldsmith's Daughter of West Chepe; or, the evil May-day. A story in the times of bluff King Hal. Vol. 1.
London: W. S. Johnson, [1852]. 31 nos. 244 p.
The London Apprentice and the Goldsmith's Daughter of West Chepe; or, the evil May-day. A story in the times of bluff King Hal. Vol. 2.
London: W. S. Johnson. 31 nos. 248 p.
The London Apprentice and the Goldsmith's Daughter of West Chepe; or, the evil May-day. A story in the times of bluff King Hal. Vol. 3.
London: W. S. Johnson. 29 nos. 230 p.
The Merry Wives of London. A romance of metropolitan life.
London: G. Vickers. 26 nos. 208 p.
Adam Bell, Clym o' the Cleugh, and William of Cloudeslie.
London: F. Hextall, 1842. 12 nos. 190 p.
Miscellaneous Works Containing The commander of Malta, a maritime tale; Atar-Gull; or, The slave's revenge; Paula Monti.
"Roscoe's library edition". London: Henry Lea. 235 p.
The Wandering Jew.
London: W. Dugdale, 1844. 694 p.
Asmodeus, the devil on two sticks.
"Illustrated standard edition". London: Willoughby & Co. 274 p.
M. Eugene Süe. Matilda: or the memoirs of a young woman.
London: W. M. Clark, [c. 1846]. 17 nos. 257 p.
Henry Cockton , Esq. The Love Match:.
London: W. M. Clark, 1847. 24 nos. 373 p.
Renton Nicholson. Dombey and Daughter: a moral fiction.
London: Thomas Farris. 12 nos. 94 p.
A Voice from the Tomb! A dialogue between Nelson and Wellington, overheard at St. Paul's.
London: J. Pattie, [c. 1859]. 42 nos.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Bronze Statue, or, the virgin's kiss.
London: John Dicks, 1855. 367 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Massacre of Glencoe.
London: John Dicks. 43 nos. 339 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. May Middleton; or, the history of a fortune.
London: John Dicks, 1858. 17 nos. 136 p.
Mary Price; or, the memoirs of a servant-maid. Vol. 1.
London: John Dicks, 1852. 52 nos. 414 p.
Mary Price; or, the memoirs of a servant-maid. Vol. 2.
London: John Dicks, 1853. 52 nos. 414 p.