A Database of Cheap Literature, 1837-1860

About the Library

Bodleian Libraries

Oxford, England, United Kingdom

Periodicals:
The Penny Sunday Times (London).
Lloyd's Penny Weekly Miscellany (London).
The New Parley Library (London).
The Family Herald (London).
The Illustrated Penny Novelist (London).
Reynolds's Miscellany (London).
Reynolds's Miscellany (London).
Parley's Penny Library (London).
The Weekly Magazine (London).
Cassell's Illustrated Family Paper (London).
Cassell's Illustrated Family Paper (London).
The Weekly Novelist (London).
Editions:
Almira's Curse; or, the black tower of Bransdorf. A romance.
London: Edward Lloyd and G. Purkess. 25 nos. 198 p.
The Maniac Father, or, the victim of seduction. A romance of deep interest.
London: E. Lloyd, 1850. 50 nos. 396 p.
Peckett Prest Esq. Schamyl; or, the wild woman of Circassia. An original historical romance.
London: Henry Lea, 1856. 52 nos. 420 p.
A Lady in Search of a Husband. A romance.
London: Purkess and Strange, [1847]. 11 nos. 84 p.
"Bos" maker (pseud.). Mister Humfries' Clock. A miscellany of striking interest.
London: E. Lloyd, 1840. 12 nos. 92 p.
Alice Leighton; or, the murder at the druids' stones.
London: W. M. Clark. 51 nos. 406 p.
Henry Downes Miles. Dick Turpin.
London: William Mark Clark. 49 nos. 392 p.
Will Watch: a tale of the coast. The narrative founded on fact, and characters drawn from life.
London: W. M. Clark. 47 nos. 380 p.
Eugene Sue. Martin, the Foundling; Memoirs of a Valet de Chambre.
London: G. Vickers, 1847. 41 nos. 332 p.
M. Eugene Sue. Martin, the Foundling; or, the adventures of a valet-de-chambre.
"Roscoe's library edition". London: E. Appleyard, 1847. 46 nos. 372 p.
Dick Turpin.
London: , 1840. 323 p.
Dick Turpin.
London: Thomas White, 1840. 41 nos. 323 p.
J. H. Hainsforth (pseud.). A Legend of the Tower of London.
London: E. Lloyd, [1840]. 28 nos. 222 p.
Tales of the Drama.
London: [E. Lloyd].
The Wife's Secret. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1850. 14 nos. 107 p.
"Bos" (pseud.) (ed.). The Post-Humurous (sic) Notes of the Pickwickian Club. Vol. 1.
London: [E. Lloyd]. 432 p.
"Bos" (pseud.) (ed.). The Post-Humourous Notes of the Pickwickian Club. Vol. 1.
London: E. Lloyd. 54 nos. 432 p.
"Bos" (pseud.) (ed.). The Post-Humurous (sic) Notes of the Pickwickian Club. Vol. 2.
London: E. Lloyd. 58 nos. 452 p.
"Bos" (pseud.). The Sketch Book containing a great number of highly interesting and original tales, sketches, &c. &c.
London: E. Lloyd. 12 nos. 92 p.
E. F. Marriot (pseud.). Black-Eyed Susan; or, the sailor's bride. A nautical romance.
London: Edward Lloyd, 1845. 25 nos. 198 p.
Timothy Portwine (pseud.). The Adventures of Valentine Vaux; or, the tricks of a ventriloquist.
London: E. Lloyd, 1840. 32 nos. 251 p.
Ela, the Outcast; or, the gipsy of Rosemary Dell. A romance of thrilling interest.
London: E. Lloyd, [1841]. 104 nos. 827 p.
Ela, the outcast; or, the gipsy of Rosemary Dell. A romance of thrilling interest.
London: E. Lloyd. 72 nos. 572 p.
E. F. Marriot (pseud.). Poor Little Jack; a nautical tale.
London: E. Lloyd, 1840. 24 nos. 188 p.
Thomas Prest. Gallant Tom; or, the perils of a sailor ashore and afloat. An original nautical romance of deep and pathetic interest.
London: Edward Lloyd, 1841. 18 nos. 140 p.
Thomas Prest. Angelina; or, the mystery of St. Mark's Abbey. A tale of other days.
London: Edward Lloyd, 1841. 30 nos. 236 p.
Fatherless Fanny; or, the mysterious orphan. A tale of deep interest.
London: E. Lloyd, [1841]. 52 nos. 412 p.
Kathleen; or, the secret marriage.
London: E. Lloyd, [1842]. 80 nos. 636 p.
The Hebrew Maiden; or, the lost diamond. A tale of chivalry.
London: E. Lloyd, 1841. 104 nos. 830 p.
The Hebrew Maiden; or, the lost diamond. A Chivalric Romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1851. 66 nos. 523 p.
The Life and Adventures of Oliver Twiss, the workhouse boy.
London: E. Lloyd, [1839]. 80 nos. 631 p.
Poz (pseud.). Posthumous Papers of the Wonderful Discovery Club, formerly of Camden Town, established by Sir Peter Patron.
London: William Mark Clark. 12 nos. 90 p.
Susan Hoply; or, the trials and viscissitudes of a servant girl. A tale of deep interest.
London: E. Lloyd, [1842]. 56 nos. 444 p.
Emily Fitzormond; or, the deserted one. A tale of mystery.
London: E. Lloyd, [1842]. 36 nos. 284 p.
Vileroy; or, the horrors of Zindorf Castle. A romance of chivalry.
London: E. Lloyd. 52 nos. 412 p.
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London: . 414 p.
Adeline; or, the grave of the forsaken. A domestic romance.
London: E. Lloyd. 52 nos. 412 p.
The Highland Watch Tower; or, the sons of Glenalvon. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1842. 36 nos. 284 p.
May Grayson; or, love and treachery. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1842. 32 nos. 252 p.
Manuscripts from the Diary of a Physician. Vol. 1.
London: E. Lloyd, 1844. 49 nos. 390 p.
Manuscripts from the diary of a physician. New series.
London: E. Lloyd. 18 nos. 142 p.
Jane Brightwell; or, the beggar's petition. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, [1847]. 49 nos. 388 p.
Blanche Heriot; or, the Chertsey curfew. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd. 18 nos. 141 p.
The Smuggler King; or, the foundling of the wreck. A nautico domestic romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1844. 56 nos. 446 p.
Martha Willis; or, the maid, the profligate, and the felon. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd. 32 nos. 254 p.
Grace Rivers; or, the merchant's daughter. A domestic romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1844. 52 nos. 412 p.
The Black Monk; or, the secret of the grey turret. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, [1851]. 39 nos. 308 p.
Miranda; or, the heiress of the Grange. A romance. Vol. 2.
London: Edward Lloyd.
Fair Rosamond, An Historical Romance.
London: William Barth, 1844. 41 nos. 516 p.
Fair Rosamond, A Romance of History.
London: Barth. 33 nos. 516 p.
Gilbert Copley, the reprobate. A domestic romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1844. 24 nos. 188 p.
Don Caesar de Bazan. A romance of Spain.
London: E. Lloyd, [1845]. 32 nos. 252 p.
Thomas Prest. The Old House of West Street; or, London in the last century. A Romance Tale.
London: Edward Lloyd, 1846. 104 nos. 828 p.
Jessie Arnold; or, the murder at the old well. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1852. 19 nos. 148 p.
Temptation; or, the mysterious casket. A legendary romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1845. 12 nos. 92 p.
The Black Mantle; or, the murder at the old ferry. A romance.
London: Edward Lloyd, 1846. 54 nos. 428 p.
Paul the reckless; or, the fugitive's doom.
London: E. Lloyd, 1846. 12 nos. 94 p.
The Death Ship; or, the pirate's bride and the maniac of the deep. A nautical romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1846. 32 nos. 252 p.
Marianne, the child of charity. A domestic romance.
London: Edward Lloyd, 1845. 34 nos. 270 p.
Jane Shore; or, London in the reign of Edward the Fourth. An historical romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1846. 40 nos. 318 p.
Mabel; or, the child of the battle field. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1846. 54 nos. 428 p.
The First False Step. A novel.
London: E. Lloyd, 1846. 22 nos. 174 p.
Clarisse; or, the merchant's daughter. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1847. 89 nos. 708 p.
The Lady in Black; or, the widow and the wife. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, [1847]. 71 nos. 564 p.
Varney the Vampyre; or, the feast of blood. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, [1847]. 109 nos. 868 p.
The Green Bushes; or a hundred years ago. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1851. 8 nos. 62 p.
Jeannette and Jeannot; or, the conscript's vow. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd. 24 nos. 182 p.
George Dibden (sic) Pitt. The Sea-Fiend; or, the abbot of St. Mark's. A legendary romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1846. 12 nos. 94 p.
Robert Huish. The Nun of Gnadenzell. A romance.
London: Edward Lloyd, 1846. 17 nos. 133 p.
Seduction; or, the perils of a woman's life. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1846. 36 nos. 284 p.
The Gambler's Wife; or, murder will out.
London: Edward Lloyd. 17 nos. 134 p.
The Night Adventurer; or, the palaces and dungeons of the heart. A Romance.
London: Edward Lloyd, 1846. 22 nos. 171 p.
The Apparition: a romance.
London: Edward Lloyd, 1846. 23 nos. 180 p.
Newgate. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, [1847]. 97 nos. 772 p.
Florence Graham; or, the pirate's daughter.
London: E. Lloyd, 1847. 34 nos. 270 p.
Ellen T—. Rose Sommerville; or, a husband's mystery and a wife's devotion. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, [1847]. 22 nos. 172 p.
Retribution; or, the murder at the old dyke. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1847. 37 nos. 292 p.
Mary, the Primrose Girl; or, the heir of Stanmore. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, [1847]. 34 nos. 268 p.
Faucit Saville, esq (pseud.). The Heads of the Headless. A romance of the reign of Henry Tudor.
London: E. Lloyd. 33 nos. 260 p.
The Ocean Child; or, the lost vessel.
London: E. Lloyd. 12 nos. 96 p.
The Ocean Child; or, the wanderer of the deep. A tale of land and sea.
London: Lea. 104 nos. 832 p.
Mrs. Kentish. The Maid of the Village; or, the farmer's daughter.
London: E. Lloyd, 1847. 32 nos. 254 p.
Hannah Maria Jones. The Curate's Daughters; or, the twin roses of Arundale. A domestic romance.
London: E. Lloyd. 31 nos. 244 p.
The History and Lives of the Most Notorious Pirates of All Nations; narrating a series of gallant sea-fights, deadful murders, daring attacks, horrid cruelties and barbatities; also their Debauched and Profligate Manner of Living, places of refuge, &c. &c.
London: E. Lloyd. 72 nos. 570 p.
The History and Lives of the Most Notorious Highwaymen, Footpads, Murderers, brigands, pickpockets, thieves, banditti, and robbers of every description.
London: Purkess, Strange and Lloyd. 60 nos. 476 p.
Amy; or, love and madness. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1847. 54 nos. 430 p.
The Child of Two Fathers; or, the mysteries of the days of old. A romance of deep interest.
London: E. Lloyd. 39 nos. 309 p.
The Mysteries of the Forest; or, the deformed transformed.
London: E. Lloyd. 12 nos. 96 p.
The String of Pearls; or, the barber of Fleet Street. A domestic romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1850. 92 nos. 732 p.
Evelina, the Pauper's Child; or, poverty, crime and sorrow. A romance of deep pathos.
London: E. Lloyd. 20 nos. 158 p.
The Divorce; or, the mystery of the wreck. A novel.
London: E. Lloyd, 1847. 22 nos. 172 p.
The Jew and the Foundling. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1847. 49 nos. 388 p.
Helen Halsey; a tale of the borders. A romance of deep interest.
London: E. Lloyd. 10 nos. 78 p.
The Pirate Queen. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd. 6 nos. 46 p.
Poor Mary; or, the love engagement. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd. 7 nos. 54 p.
The Orange Girl of Venice. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd. 11 nos. 84 p.
The Appointed Hour; a romance of Venice.
London: E. Lloyd, [1848]. 20 nos. 156 p.
The Adventures of a Vagabond. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd. 16 nos. 126 p.
Pedlar's Acre; or, the wife of seven husbands. A romance of old London.
London: E. Lloyd. 29 nos. 229 p.
Mildred Winnerley; or, The curse of beauty.
London: E. Lloyd. 19 nos. 150 p.
The Royal Twins; or, the sisters of mystery.
London: G. Purkess, [1848]. 19 nos. 148 p.
Ellen T—. Eardley Hall. A tale.
London: E. Lloyd. 45 nos. 358 p.
Mazeppa; or, the wild horse of the Ukraine. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1850. 110 nos. 878 p.
The Harvest Home. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd. 51 nos. 406 p.
Gentleman Jack; or, life on the road. A romance of interest, abounding in hair-breadth escapes of the most exciting character.
London: E. Lloyd, 1852. 205 nos. 1636 p.
The Protector's Secret; or, the Puritan's daughter. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd. 12 nos. 94 p.
Lady Hamilton; or, Nelson's legacy. A romance of real life.
London: E. Lloyd, [1849]. 12 nos. 92 p.
The Lady Godiva; or, Peeping Tom of Coventry. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, [1849]. 31 nos. 244 p.
Jack Junk; or, the tar for all weathers. A romance of the deep blue sea.
London: E. Lloyd. 22 nos. 174 p.
J. W. James. The Wolf of the Black Forest; or, the mysterious murder.
London: Lloyd, [1850]. 20 nos. 155 p.
Captain Hawk; or, the shadow of death. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1851. 66 nos. 524 p.
Paul Clifford; or, hurrah for the road. romance of old times.
London: E. Lloyd, 1853. 162 nos. 1291 p.
Claude Duval, the dashing highwayman. A tale of the road.
London: E. Lloyd. 202 nos. 1614 p.
Thomas Prest. The Blighted Heart; or, the old priory ruins. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, 1849. 55 nos. 435 p.
My Poll and my Partner Joe; or, pretty Poll of Putney. A nautical romance.
London: E. Lloyd. 48 nos. 380 p.
The Miller and his Men; or, the secret robbers of Bohemia. A powerful romance.
London: E. Lloyd, [1852]. 52 nos. 420 p.
Captain P. O'Shaugnessey. The Miser's Fate. A romance.
London: , [c. 1848]. 12 nos. 94 p.
Harry Hazel (pseud.). The Corsair; the foundling of the sea. A Romance.
London: Purkess and Strange, [1847]. 6 nos. 44 p.
A. J. Requier. The Old Sanctuary. A romance of the Ashley.
London: Edward Lloyd and G. Purkess. 12 nos. 94 p.
Bellgrove Castle; or, the hour of retribution.
London: Vickers. 16 nos. 128 p.
The Slave King; or, the revolt of the Mexitili. A tale of the last days of the Aztec dynasty.
"Roscoe's library edition". London: E. Appleyard. 23 nos. 181 p.
Charles Rabou. The Widow's Walk; or, the mystery of crime.
"Roscoe's library edition". London: E. Appleyard. 19 nos. 152 p.
Jerry Abershaw; or, the mother's curse.
London: W. Caffyn. 30 nos. 235 p.
Renton Nicholson. Cockney Adventures and Tales of London Life.
London: W. M. Clark and A. Forrester, 1838. 21 nos. 168 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Mysteries of London. Vol. 1.
London: George Vickers, 1846. 416 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Mysteries of London. Vol. 2.
London: George Vickers, 1846. 53 nos. 424 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Mysteries of London. Second series. Vol. 1.
London: G. Vickers, 1847. 52 nos. 416 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Mysteries of London. Second series. Vol. 2.
London: G. Vickers, 1848. 52 nos. 416 p.
Thomas Miller. The Mysteries of London. Lights and Shadows of London Life. Third Series.
London: G. Vickers, 1849. 52 nos. 416 p.
E. L. Blanchard. The Mysteries of London. Lights and Shadows of London Life. Fourth Series.
London: G. Vickers, 1850. 52 nos. 416 p.
The Cross Roads; a romance of real life.
London: B. D. Cousins, 1841. 22 nos. 172 p.
Prosper Chavigni and Letitia Laferti; or le chemin de traverse.
"Romancist and Novelist's Library". London: J. Clements, [c. 1842]. 22 nos. 172 p.
William Hillyard. Catalina; or, the Spaniard's revenge. A romance.
London: John Dicks, 1848. 11 nos. 94 p.
Herbert Thornley. Life in London. A Romance.
London: E. Dipple, 1846. 14 nos. 109 p.
Francis Glasse. The Fortunes of Montague; a romance.
London: E. Dipple, [1848]. 12 nos. 92 p.
Walter Somers. Stradella: or, the power of song. An Italian romance.
London: Edwin Dipple, 1848. 13 nos. 108 p.
The Flying Dutchman, or the demon ship.
London: Foster and Hextall. 12 nos. 96 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.
William Tell, the hero of Switzerland. An historical romance.
London: T. Paine. 24 nos. 190 p.
J. H. Newton. William Tell, the hero of Switzerland. An historical romance.
London: George Peirce. 28 nos. 221 p.
Angela, the Orphan; or, the bandit monk of Italy. A romance.
London: T. Paine, 1841. 25 nos. 198 p.
Love and Crime; or, the mystery of the convent. A romance.
London: T. Paine, 1841. 35 nos. 286 p.
Eliza Grimwood, a domestic legend of the Waterloo Road, with biographical notices of her fair companions; also, sketches of dukes, lords, Hon. M.P.'s, magistrates and her murderer.
London: B. D. Cousins. 40 nos. 318 p.
Memoirs of Serjeant Paul Swanston; being a narrative of a soldier's life, in barracks, ships, camps, battles, and captivity on sea and land; with notices of the most adventurous of his comrades.
London: B. D. Cousins. 55 nos. 434 p.
Robin Hood and Little John; or, the merry men of Sherwood forest.
London: [Foster and Hextall], 1840. 474 p.
Robin Hood and Little John; or, the merry men of Sherwood forest.
London: Foster and Hextall, 1840. 41 nos. 474 p.
Robin Hood and Little John; or, the merry men of Sherwood forest.
London: Hextall and Wall, 1843. 41 nos. 474 p.
Robin Hood and Little John; or, the merry men of Sherwood forest.
London: George Peirce, 1844. 41 nos. 474 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.
Pierce Egan the younger. Quintin Matsys, the blacksmith of Antwerp, an historical romance.
London: W. Barth. 298 p.
Pierce Egan. Quintin Matsys the Blacksmith of Antwerp.
London: W. S. Johnson. 40 nos. 323 p.
Pierce Egan the younger. Wat Tyler.
London: , 1841. 874 p.
Pierce Egan the younger. Wat Tyler.
London: F. Hextall, 1841. 55 nos. 874 p.
Jayhohenn Deehiseekayess , esq (pseud.). Tyburn Tree; or, the mysteries of the past.
London: R. S. Swift. 31 nos. 252 p.
The Life of the King of the Beggars; or, Bampfylde Moore Carew.
London: G. Purkess. 38 nos. 300 p.
James Lindridge , Esq. The Life and Adventures of Jack Rann; alias Sixteen-string Jack, the notorious highwayman.
London: G. Purkess. 52 nos. 412 p.
De Lisle; or, the shipwrecked stranger. A Romance of Real Life.
London: W. Caffyn. 49 nos. 395 p.
The Adventures of Marmaduke Midge, the Pickwickian legatee.
London: G. Vickers. 10 nos. 86 p.
The Merry Wives of London. A romance of metropolitan life.
London: G. Vickers. 26 nos. 208 p.
Tales of the Pirates: or lives of smugglers and buccaneers.
London: [M. Moore], 1840. 285 p.
Edward Lytton Blanchard. The Life of George Barnwell; or, the London apprentice of the last century.
London: Thomas White. 32 nos. 253 p.
The Peer and Beggar; a domestic tale.
London: Thomas White. 32 nos. 254 p.
Mysteries of Old St. Paul's. A tale of the plague.
London: G. Vickers, 1841. 16 nos. 138 p.
Dick Turpin's Celebrated Ride to York.
London: . 8 nos. 58 p.
Pierce Egan the younger. Paul Jones. Vol. 1.
London: F. Hextall, 1842. 340 p.
Pierce Egan the younger. Paul Jones. Vol. 2.
London: F. Hextall, 1842. 308 p.
Paul Jones, the Pirate.
London: G. Purkess. 68 nos. 544 p.
Obediah Throttle (pseud.). The Life and Adventures of Jack Sheppard.
London: F. Hextall. 36 nos. 283 p.
Obediah Throttle (pseud.). Jack Shepperd.
London: [Foster and Hextall]. 30 nos. 237 p.
Obediah Throttle (pseud.). Jack Shepperd.
London: . 27 nos. 215 p.
Victor Hugo. Hans of Iceland; or, the demon dwarf.
London: Geo. Peirce. 11 nos. 172 p.
Marie Antoinette; or, the chevalier of the Red House. A tale of the French Revolution in 1793.
London: Geo. Peirce, [c. 1845]. 26 nos. 413 p.
Eugene Scribe. Piquillo Alliaga; or, the Moors under Philip the Third of Spain. An historical romance.
London: George Peirce, 1846. 28 nos. 446 p.
Eugene Plunkett. The Black Mendicant.
London: Peirce and Hyde, 1848. 10 nos. 155 p.
The Blind Beggar of Bethnal-Green and Pretty Bessy.
London: Peirce & Hyde, 1848. 24 nos. 190 p.
The Pearl Fisher of St. Domingo. A tale of the buccaniers.
London: Geo. Peirce. 12 nos. 181 p.
Alexander Dumas. Pascal Bruno the Sicilian bandit.
London: George Peirce. 10 nos. 131 p.
The Great Fire of London, or, The mystery of 1666: with some account of the plague which preceded it.
London: Geo. Peirce. 11 nos. 86 p.
Maid Marian, the Forest Queen; being a companion to "Robin Hood".
London: George Peirce, [c. 1848]. 31 nos. 248 p.
Richard Coeur de Lion. An historical romance.
London: George Peirce, [c. 1845]. 48 nos. 448 p.
Thomas Archer , Esq. Richard of England; or, the Lion King!.
London: F. Hextall, 1842. 30 nos. 476 p.
Pierce Egan. Captain Macheath; or, The highwayman of a century since! Interspersed with numerous racy sketches of celebrated male and female characters.
London: F. Hextall, 1842. 17 nos. 270 p.
Joan of Arc, the maid of Orleans.
London: F. Hextall, 1841. 12 nos. 94 p.
Adventures of Vidocq, the French Jonathan Wild.
London: . 206 p.
Adam Bell, Clym o' the Cleugh, and William of Cloudeslie.
London: F. Hextall, 1842. 12 nos. 190 p.
Adam Bell; or, the archers of Englewood forest.
London: G. Purkess. 24 nos. 190 p.
Thomas Archer, Esq. Roderick Dhu, Clan-Alpine's Chief; or, the Scottish outlaw. A romance.
London: G. Purkess, 1850. 57 nos. 454 p.
The Indian Chief. A romance of the forest.
London: Hextall and Wall, 1843. 19 nos. 312 p.
The Red Cross Warrior; or, the spirit of the night. A romance of the eleventh century.
London: [Hextall and Wall], 1843. 12 nos. 190 p.
Flit! (pseud.) (ed.). The Memoirs of Davy Dreamy.
London: Foster and Hextall, 1839. 150 p.
Pierce Egan the younger. Harry Racket Scapegrace, the spoiled child. A tale for the wilful.
London: W. Barth. 102 p.
Pierce Egan. Clifton Grey; or, love and war: a tale of the present day.
London: W. S. Johnson, [1856]. 36 nos. 290 p.
Pierce Egan. Edward the Black Prince; or, A Tale of the Feudal Times.
London: W. S. Johnson. 37 nos. 291 p.
M. Eugene Sue. The Mysteries of Paris.
"Roscoe's library edition". London: E. Appleyard, 1845. 32 nos. 522 p.
The Wandering Jew.
"Roscoe's library edition". London: E. Appleyard, 1845. 70 nos. 554 p.
J. F. Smith , Esq. Amy Lawrence, the freemason's daughter.
London: H. Lea, [c. 1860]. 35 nos. 274 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. Faust: a romance of the secret tribunals.
London: G. Vickers. Paris: A. and W. Galignani. 28 nos. 218 p.
Emma Mayfield; or, the rector's daughter.
London: W. Caffyn, 1848. 52 nos. 412 p.
Lady Jane Grey; or, A Legend of the Tower of London.
London: Foster and Hextall, 1840. 8 nos. 62 p.
Hon. Edward Montague. The Demon of Sicily! A romance.
London: W. Dugdale. 20 nos. 156 p.
The Miser of Shoreditch: or, the curse of avarice. An original historical legendary romance Of the Fifteenth Century.
London: [J. Crantz], 1855. 38 nos. 302 p.
Southey. The Destroyer; or, the sorcerers of the Domdaniel.
London: H. Hetherington, 1842. 13 nos. 101 p.
The Monk.
London: E. Lloyd. 24 nos. 190 p.
Memoirs of Harriette Wilson.
London: W. Dugdale. 41 nos. 332 p.
Charles Paul de Kock. The Barber of Paris.
London: William Dugdale, 1839. 12 nos. 190 p.
"Buz!". Current American Notes.
London: . 5 nos. 80 p.
Hannah Maria Jones. The Scottish Chieftains; or, the perils of love and war.
"Illustrated standard edition". London: John Lofts. 59 nos. 463 p.
Paul Feval. The Loves of Paris, a romance.
London: G. Vickers, 1846. 21 nos. 171 p.
Thomas Prest (ed.). The Calendar of Horrors, an interesting collection of the romantic, wild, and wonderful.
London: G. Drake. 91 nos.
Thomas Prest (ed.). The Penny Play-Book; or, library of dramatic romance.
London: George Drake.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 1.
London: J. Cunningham, 1839. 509 p.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 1.
London: T.L. Holt, 1839. 16 nos. 509 p.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 2.
London: J. Cunningham, 1840. 509 p.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 3.
London: J. Cunningham, 1842.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 7.
London: J. Cunningham, 1840. 15 nos.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 8.
London: J. Cunningham, 1842. 14 nos.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 11.
London: J. Cunningham, 1841. 17 nos.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 18.
London: Bruce and Wyld, 1845. 41 nos.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 19.
London: Bruce and Wyld, 1846. 38 nos.
Santo Sebastiano; or, the heiress of Montalvan. A romance of the eighteenth century.
London: W. Caffyn, 1847. 68 nos. 542 p.
Asmodeus, the devil on two sticks.
"Illustrated standard edition". London: Willoughby & Co. 274 p.
Claude Du Val: the gentleman highwayman, of the days of Charles II. A romance.
London: Thomas White. 43 nos. 339 p.
Mrs. Bennett. The Cottage Girl; or, the marriage day.
"Illustrated standard library". London: Henry Lea. 32 nos. 468 p.
Tales of my Landlady.
London: B. D. Cousins. 33 nos.
William Hurton. The Doomed Ship; or, the Wreck of the Arctic Regions.
London: Willoughby & Co, 1855. 11 nos. 174 p.
William Hurton. The Doomed Ship; or, the wreck of the Arctic regions.
London: Willoughby & Co, 1856. 22 nos. 182 p.
William Hurton. The Doomed Ship; or, the wreck of the Arctic regions.
London: Henry Lea, [1856]. 182 p.
Eugène Sue. The Mysteries of Paris.
London: W. Dugdale, 1844. 60 nos. 947 p.
The Fate of Gaspar or, the mystic caverns.
London: Strange and Purkess, 1842. 20 nos. 162 p.
Eugene Sue. The Female Bluebeard: or The Adventurer.
London: W. Strange, 1845. 20 nos. 306 p.
Mysteries of the Old Castles of France, or secret intrigues of the Kings and Queens, Princes and Princesses, and other great personages of the times.
London: W. Strange and E. Dipple, [c. 1848]. 44 nos. 348 p.
T. Frost. Paul, the Poacher.
London: G. Purkess. 60 nos. 475 p.
Gabriel Alexander. Lilias, the milliner's apprentice.
London: John Dicks, 1854. 52 nos. 412 p.
Gabriel Alexander. Wallace: the hero of Scotland.
London: John Dicks. 34 nos. 284 p.
The Bottle; or, the drunkard's career.
London: . 156 p.
The Life of Captain Macheath, the bold highwayman.
London: G. Purkess. 27 nos. 214 p.
Thomas Peckett Prest. Vice and its Victim: or, Phoebe, the peasant's daughter. A romantic tale of real life.
London: Henry Lea. 72 nos. 574 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Days of Hogarth; or, the mysteries of old London.
London: John Dicks, 1850. 31 nos. 248 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. Agnes; or, beauty and pleasure. Vol. 1.
London: John Dicks, 1857. 52 nos. 415 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. Agnes; or, beauty and pleasure. Vol. 2.
London: John Dicks, 1858. 52 nos. 435 p.
The Monk a tale of the Inquisition.
London: . 281 p.
The Monk.
London: G. Purkess. 36 nos. 281 p.
Oliver Cromwell; or, Cavaliers and Roundheads. A tale of the civil wars.
London: W. Strange, 1841. 14 nos. 110 p.
Life in Paris, or the adventures of a marquis; a new historical romance.
London: E. Appleyard, 1848. 43 nos. 344 p.
Life in Paris.
London: [E. Appleyard]. 56 nos. 344 p.
George Sand. The Sin of M. Antoine.
"Roscoe's library edition". London: E. Appleyard. 27 nos. 210 p.
Ottawah, the last chief of the Red Indians of Newfoundland; a romance.
"Roscoe's library edition". London: E. Appleyard. 22 nos. 176 p.
The Bastard of Mauléon.
"Roscoe's library edition". London: E. Appleyard, 1849. 26 nos. 207 p.
The Bastard of Mauléon.
"Roscoe's library edition". London: E. Appleyard, 1855. 26 nos. 207 p.
The Memoirs of a Physician.
"Roscoe's library edition". London: Edmund Appleyard, 1848. 43 nos. 347 p.
The Memoirs of a Physician.
"Roscoe's library edition". London: Edmund Appleyard, 1849. 43 nos. 347 p.
Eugene Sue. Therese Dunoyer; or, the manor house of Treff-Hartlog. A romantic tale.
London: , 1845. 14 nos. 114 p.
The Temptation; or, the watch tower of Koat-Vën: a romantic tale.
London: [G. Vickers], 1845. 14 nos. 116 p.
M. Eugene Süe. Matilda: or the memoirs of a young woman.
London: W. M. Clark, [c. 1846]. 17 nos. 257 p.
Hannah Maria Jones. The Gipsey Chief; or, the haunted oak. A tale of mystery and crime.
"Illustrated standard library". London: H. Lea. 31 nos. 485 p.
Hannah Maria Jones. Rosaline Woodbridge; or, the midnight visit.
"Illustrated standard edition". London: Lofts. 47 nos. 377 p.
The Rose of England; or, the adventures of a prince.
London: Lofts. 45 nos. 716 p.
The Broken Heart; or, the village bridal.
London: J. Lofts. 49 nos. 396 p.
The Canadian Girl; or, the pirate of the Lakes.
London: John Lofts. 45 nos. 716 p.
Jane Shore; or, the goldsmith's wife.
London: Henry Lea. 46 nos. 362 p.
Eugene Sue. The Labyrinth of Love; or, the mysteries of the heart.
"Illustrated standard edition". London: J. Lofts. 36 nos. 281 p.
Henry Cockton , Esq. The Love Match, designed to illustrate the ups and downs, the joys and griefs, which sprang from the Marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Todd!.
London: [W. M. Clark], 1845. 373 p.
Henry Cockton , Esq. The Love Match.
London: W. M. Clark, 1845. 12 nos. 373 p.
Henry Cockton , Esq. The Love Match:.
London: W. M. Clark, 1847. 24 nos. 373 p.
Henry Cockton , Esq. The Love Match:.
London: W. M. Clark, 1851. 24 nos. 373 p.
Sylvester Sound the Somnambulist.
London: W. M. Clark, 1844. 367 p.
Sylvester Sound the Somnambulist.
London: W. M. Clark, 1849. 23 nos. 367 p.
Nell Gwynne; or, the mysteries of the court of Charles the Second. A Romance of History.
London: Barth. 62 nos. 492 p.
Henry Cockton. The Sisters; or, the fatal marriages.
London: W. M. Clark, 1851. 12 nos. 380 p.
The Steward: a romance of real life.
London: W. M. Clark, 1850. 24 nos. 380 p.
James Cooke. Jack Cade, the Insurrectionist; an historical romance.
London: G. Purkess. 32 nos. 254 p.
W. T. T. Poor Tom Bowling; the darling of the crew. A tale of the sea.
London: W. Strange, 1841. 14 nos. 110 p.
Renton Nicholson. Dombey and Daughter: a moral fiction.
London: Thomas Farris. 12 nos. 94 p.
The Three Musketeers.
London: G. Vickers, 1846. 16 nos. 132 p.
The Novelist: a collection of the standard novels. Vol. 1.
London: Foster and Hextall and J.C. Foster, 1839. 31 nos. 494 p.
The Novelist: a collection of the standard novels. Vol. 2.
London: Foster and Hextall, 1839. 22 nos. 344 p.
The Novelist: a collection of the standard novels. Vol. 3.
London: Foster and Hextall, 1840. 22 nos.
The Novelist: a collection of the standard novels. Vol. 4.
London: Foster and Hextall, 1840. 20 nos.
the old sailor (pseud.). Jem Bunt: a tale of The Land and the Ocean.
London: Willoughby & Co. 39 nos. 312 p.
R. Bedingfield , esq. Moll Cutpurse; or, Cromwell and the cavalier. A tale.
London: W. Strange, [1846]. 16 nos. 251 p.
Richard Bedingfield. Crime; or, the gamester's daughter.
London: [ Strange]. 24 nos. 289 p.
The Mysterious Freebooter: or, the bride of mystery. A romance.
London: W. J. White, 1844. 54 nos. 438 p.
Retribution; or, the oath, the curse, and the crime. An original romance.
London: W. Dugdale. 15 nos. 118 p.
G. M. Viner. Rochester Castle; or, the test by fire, an original historical romance.
London: H. Elliot. 23 nos. 182 p.
Sam Hall. Or, the burglar and the priest. A Tale of Love and Crime.
London: [H. Barth].
The Smuggler's Daughter, or the story of Eugene Aram, a secret of St. Robert's cave.
London: J. Day, 1844. 10 nos. 81 p.
Paul Eaton. Stuart Sharpe. A romance.
London: G. Berger, 1839. 5 nos. 78 p.
Melina the Murderess; or, the soldier's victim. A Romance of Real Life.
London: W. Caffyn. 29 nos. 230 p.
Tales of Travellers; or, a view of the world. Vol. 1.
London: [William Mark Clark], 1838. 65 nos. 520 p.
Old London Bridge, a romance of the sixteenth century.
London: Willoughby & Co. 52 nos. 407 p.
J. H. Stocqueler. Lucretia Borgia, a romance of history.
London: William Barth. 5 nos. 58 p.
T. Frost. George Barrington, the gentleman pickpocket.
London: G. Purkess, [1852]. 29 nos. 227 p.
The Haunted Woman; or, passion and perseverance. A tale of startling interest.
London: H. Lea. 20 nos. 158 p.
Charles W. Manby. Tom Racquet, and his three maiden aunts: with a word or two about the "Whittleburys".
London: Willoughby & Co. 34 nos. 264 p.
Henry Downes Miles. Claude du Val, a romance, of the days of Charles the Second.
London: Edwin Dipple, [1850]. 29 nos. 459 p.
The Sepoy's Daughter: a true tale of the Indian War.
London: Henry Lea, [c. 1860]. 109 nos. 870 p.
Colonel Jack; or, the life of a highwayman. A historical romance of George the Second.
London: H. Lea. 104 nos. 830 p.
Old Bartholomew Fair: an historical tale of the reign of George the Third.
London: Lea. 12 nos. 94 p.
Selina Bunbury. Coombe Abbey. An Historical Tale of the reign of James the First.
London: Willoughby & Co. 76 nos. 591 p.
Mrs. Lowndes. Katharine Beresford, or the shade and sunshine of woman's life.
London: [G. Pavey], [c. 1855]. 61 nos. 968 p.
Rip Rap (pseud.). The Monument or great fire of London.
London: Samuel Haddon. 16 nos. 128 p.
The Old Manor House.
London: John Lofts. 51 nos. 406 p.
Louisa Sidney Stanhope. Rosaline; or, the outlaw's bride. A romance.
London: G. Vickers, 1842. 48 nos. 390 p.
Mrs. Catherine G. Ward. The Forest Girl; or, the mountain hut.
"Illustrated standard edition". London: Henry Lea. 598 p.
Thomas Prest. Tales of Enchantment; or, the book of fairies. A collection of original stories of magic, necromancy and fairy land.
London: G. Drake, 1836. 12 nos. 92 p.
The New Terrific Register.
London: S. Robins. 90 nos.
Mrs. Emily Carlen. The Temptation of Wealth. A romance.
London: E. Lloyd, [c. 1848]. 12 nos. 94 p.
The Patriot's Bride; or, the young colonist. A romance.
London: G. Purkess. 8 nos. 62 p.
Tales of the Wars; or, naval and military chronicle. To which is prefixed a memoir of the early life and services of William the Fourth, with an authentic portrait of his majesty. Vol. 1.
London: , 1836. 416 p.
. Vol. 1.
London: , 1836. 52 nos. 416 p.
Tales of the Wars; or, naval and military chronicle. To which is prefixed a memoir of the early life and services of William the Fourth, with an authentic portrait of his majesty. Vol. 2.
London: William Mark Clark, 1838. 53 nos. 424 p.
Tales of the Wars; or, naval and military chronicle. To which is prefixed a memoir of the early life and services of William the Fourth, with an authentic portrait of his majesty. Vol. 3.
London: William Mark Clark, 1838. 51 nos. 432 p.
Tales of the Wars; or, naval and military chronicle. To which is prefixed a memoir of the early life and services of William the Fourth, with an authentic portrait of his majesty. Vol. 4.
London: M. Moore, 1839. 52 nos.
Tales of the Wars; or, naval and military chronicle. To which is prefixed a memoir of the early life and services of William the Fourth, with an authentic portrait of his majesty. Vol. 5.
London: William Mark Clark, 1846.
Henry Wilson. Remarkable Trials, With Biographical and Historical Illustrations.
London: [John Cleave]. 35 nos. 560 p.
The Brigands and Banditti of Notorious Celebrity.
London: [F. Hextall].
Tales of all Nations; or, popular legends and romances.
London: [W. Strange]. 380 p.
Tales of all Nations; or, popular legends and romances.
London: W. Strange. 48 nos. 380 p.
Martin's Annals of Crime; or new Newgate Calendar, and general record of tragic events, including Ancient and Modern Modes of Torture, &c.: comprehending a history of the most notorious murderes, traitors, highwaymen, pirates, burglars, pickpockets, adulterers, ravishers, decoyers, incendiaries, poachers, swindlers, and felons and rogures of every description:. Vol. 1.
London: William Mark Clark, 1837. 60 nos. 476 p.
Martin's Annals of Crime; or new Newgate Calendar, and general record of tragic events, including Ancient and Modern Modes of Torture, &c.: comprehending a history of the most notorious murderes, traitors, highwaymen, pirates, burglars, pickpockets, adulterers, ravishers, decoyers, incendiaries, poachers, swindlers, and felons and rogures of every description:. Vol. 2.
London: William Mark Clark, 1838. 48 nos. 380 p.
Thomas Egerton Wilks. The Great Frost; or, London in 1814. A romantic tale of modern life, containing some authentic anecdotes of celebrated personages never before published.
London: S. Y. Collins. 16 nos. 124 p.
A Voice from the Tomb! A dialogue between Nelson and Wellington, overheard at St. Paul's.
London: J. Pattie, [c. 1859]. 42 nos.
Thomas Prest. The Magazine of Curiosity and Wonder: a weekly miscellany of the surprising, remarkable, and astonishing.
London: G. Drake. 30 nos.
Chronicles of the Sea: or, faithful narratives of shipwrecks, fires, famines and disasters incidental to a life of maritime enterprise; together with celebrated voyages, interesting anecdotes etc., etc. Vol. 1.
London: William Mark Clark, 1838. 61 nos. 480 p.
Tales of Chivalry; or, perils by flood and field. Vol. 1.
London: G. Berger. 53 nos. 424 p.
Tales of Chivalry; or, perils by flood and field. Vol. 2.
London: G. Berger. 52 nos. 416 p.
Mrs. Charlotte Smith. Emmeline, the orphan of the castle: a story of life as it is, showing its trials and triumphs.
London: John Lofts. 53 nos. 419 p.
Regina Maria Roche. The Children of the Abbey: a tale.
London: John Lofts. 93 nos. 738 p.
Miss Davenport. Leopold Courteney; or, Love & hypocrisy.
"Illustrated standard library". London: J. Lofts. 44 nos. 356 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Coral Island; or, the hereditary curse.
London: John Dicks, 1854. 39 nos. 308 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Rye House Plot; or, Ruth, the conspirator's daughter.
London: John Dicks, 1857. 54 nos. 426 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. Omar: a tale of the war.
London: J. Dicks. 40 nos. 324 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. Leila, or, the star of Mingrelia.
London: John Dicks. 25 nos. 200 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. Margaret; or, the discarded queen.
London: John Dicks. 43 nos. 342 p.
The Mysteries of the Court of London. Vol. 1.
London: John Dicks, 1849. 52 nos. 416 p.
The Mysteries of the Court of London. First series. Vol. 1.
London: John Dicks, 1859. 52 nos. 416 p.
The Mysteries of the Court of London. Vol. 2.
London: John Dicks, 1850. 52 nos. 416 p.
The Mysteries of the Court of London. First series. Vol. 2.
London: John Dicks. 52 nos. 416 p.
The Mysteries of the Court of London. Second series. Vol. 1.
London: John Dicks. 52 nos. 416 p.
The Mysteries of the Court of London. Second series. Vol. 2.
London: John Dicks. 52 nos. 413 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Mysteries of the Court of London. Vol. 1.
London: John Dicks, 1853. 52 nos. 416 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Mysteries of the Court of London. Third series. Vol. 1.
London: John Dicks. 52 nos. 416 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Mysteries of the Court of London. Vol. 2.
London: John Dicks. 424 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Mysteries of the Court of London. Third series. Vol. 2.
London: John Dicks. 424 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. . Vol. 1.
London: . 415 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. . Vol. 2.
London: . 411 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. . Vol. 2.
London: . 411 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Parricide; or, the youth's career of crime.
London: John Dicks, 1847. 23 nos. 180 p.
Mary Price; or, the memoirs of a servant-maid. Vol. 1.
London: , 1852. 414 p.
Mary Price; or, the memoirs of a servant-maid. Vol. 2.
London: , 1853. 414 p.
The Soldier's Wife.
London: , 1853. 206 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Empress Eugenie's Boudoir.
London: John Dicks, 1857. 41 nos. 323 p.
The Young Duchess; or, memoirs of a lady of quality. A sequel to "Ellen Percy.".
London: John Dicks, 1858. 52 nos. 415 p.
Ellen Percy; or, the memoirs of an actress. Vol. 1.
London: , 1856. 416 p.
Ellen Percy; or, the memoirs of an actress. Vol. 1.
London: John Dicks, 1856. 52 nos. 416 p.
Ellen Percy; or, the memoirs of an actress. Vol. 2.
London: , 1857. 415 p.
Ellen Percy; or, the memoirs of an actress. Vol. 2.
London: John Dicks, 1857. 52 nos. 415 p.
St. Clair of the Isles; or the outlaws of Barra.
London: [T. Paine].
The Casket Or Literature, Science, and Entertainment.
London: .
The New Historical Note Book; or, soldiers' and seamans' recorder.
London: [G. Purkess]. 8 nos.
Paul Periwinkle: or, The Pressgang.
London: Willoughby & Co. 640 p.
Clement Lorimer; or, The Book with the Iron Clasps. A romance.
London: John Lofts. 280 p.
The Farmer of Inglewood Forest.
London: Henry Lea. 48 nos. 384 p.
The Life and Adventures of Valentine Vox, the ventriloquist.
London: Willoughby & Co, 1848. 78 nos. 620 p.
The Life and Adventures of Valentine Vox The Ventriloquist:.
London: Willoughby & Co. 620 p.
George W. M. Reynolds , Esq. Pickwick Abroad; or, the tour in France.
London: Willoughby & Co. 80 nos. 628 p.
Adventures of Old Dan Tucker, and his son Walter; a tale of North Carolina.
London: Willoughby & Co. 222 p.
Alexandre Dumas. The Watchmaker.
London: Henry Lea. 13 nos. 206 p.
The Wars of Europe; or, annals of military and naval warfare. Vol. 1.
London: James Pattie, 1838. 52 nos. 417 p.
The Wars of Europe; or, annals of military and naval warfare. Vol. 2.
London: James Pattie, 1839. 54 nos. 444 p.
The Wars of Europe; or, annals of military and naval warfare. Vol. 3.
London: James Pattie. 322 p.
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London: .
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London: .