A Database of Cheap Literature, 1837-1860

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Harvard Libraries

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Periodicals:
Lloyd's Penny Atlas (London).
The Family Herald (London).
Editions:
Peckett Prest Esq. Schamyl; or, the wild woman of Circassia. An original historical romance.
London: Henry Lea, 1856. 52 nos. 420 p.
"Bos" (pseud.) (ed.). Pickwick in America! detailing all the remarkable adventures of taat (sic) illustrious individual and his learned companions, in the United States; extraordinary Jonathanisms, collected by Mr. Snodgrass, and the sayings, doings, and mems, of the facetious Sam Weller.
London: E. Lloyd. 44 nos. 350 p.
Posthumous Papers of the Cadgers' Club, containing the lives, characters, and interesting anecdotes, of the members of that celebrated body.
London: E. Lloyd, 1838. 12 nos. 92 p.
Alice Leighton; or, the murder at the druids' stones. A Romance of the Eighteenth Century.
London: W. Caffyn. 51 nos. 406 p.
The Life of Richard Palmer; better known as Dick Turpin; the notorious highwayman and robber' (sic) including his numerous exploits, adventures, and hair-breadth escapes, trial and execution; with notices of many of his contemporaries.
London: Thomas White, 1839. 41 nos. 323 p.
Tales of the Drama.
London: [E. Lloyd].
"Bos" (pseud.) (ed.). The Post-Humourous Notes of the Pickwickian Club. Vol. 1.
London: E. Lloyd. 54 nos. 432 p.
"Bos" (pseud.) (ed.). The Pickwick Posthumous Papers. Containing an account of the Wonderful Discovery Club, and the extraordinary adventures of Pickwick, Sam Veller, Tupnall, Winkletop, &c. &c. Vol. 1.
London: Lloyd, 1842. 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.
"Bos". Nickelas Nickelbery. Containing the adventures, mis-adventures, chances, mis-chances, fortunes, mis-fortunes, mys-teries, mis-eries, and mis-celleaneous manoeuvres of the family of Nickelbery.
London: E. Lloyd. 43 nos. 342 p.
The Hebrew Maiden; or, the lost diamond. A tale of chivalry.
London: E. Lloyd, 1841. 104 nos. 830 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.
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.
The Ocean Child; or, the lost vessel.
London: E. Lloyd. 12 nos. 96 p.
Renton Nicholson. Cockney Adventures and Tales of London Life.
London: W. M. Clark and A. Forrester, 1838. 21 nos. 168 p.
The Cross Roads; a romance of real life.
London: B. D. Cousins, 1841. 22 nos. 172 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.
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.
George W. M. Reynolds. Faust: a romance of the secret tribunals.
London: G. Vickers. Paris: A. and W. Galignani. 28 nos. 218 p.
The Adventures of an Actor; or, life of a strolling player.
London: William Dugdale. 20 nos. 158 p.
The Novel Newspaper.
London: J. Cunningham, 1839. 509 p.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 1.
London: T.L. Holt, 1839. 16 nos. 509 p.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 5.
London: J. Cunningham, 1844.
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. 9.
London: J. Cunningham, 1844.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 10.
London: J. Cunningham, 1841. 14 nos.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 11.
London: J. Cunningham, 1841. 17 nos.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 12.
London: N. Bruce, 1842. 22 nos.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 13.
London: N. Bruce, 1843. 44 nos.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 15.
London: N. Bruce, 1843. 41 nos.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 16.
London: Bruce and Wyld, 1844. 38 nos.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 17.
London: Bruce and Wyld, 1845. 42 nos.
Gabriel Alexander. Lilias, the milliner's apprentice.
London: John Dicks, 1854. 52 nos. 412 p.
The Monk.
London: J. & H. Purkess. 36 nos. 281 p.
Life in Paris, or the adventures of a marquis; a new historical romance.
London: E. Appleyard, 1848. 43 nos. 344 p.
Jane Shore: or, the goldsmith's wife.
London: John Lofts. 46 nos. 362 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.
The Steward: a romance of real life.
London: W. M. Clark, 1851. 24 nos. 380 p.
The Factory Lad, or, the life of Simon Smike: exemplifying the horrors of white slavery.
London: Thomas White, [1839]. 24 nos. 188 p.
Renton Nicholson. Dombey and Daughter: a moral fiction.
London: Thomas Farris. 12 nos. 94 p.
Paul Eaton. Stuart Sharpe. A romance.
London: G. Berger, 1839. 5 nos. 78 p.
Tales of Travellers; or, a view of the world. Vol. 1.
London: [William Mark Clark], 1838. 65 nos. 520 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.
Selina Bunbury. Coombe Abbey. An Historical Tale of the reign of James the First.
London: Willoughby & Co. 76 nos. 591 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.
The Soldier's Wife.
London: John Dicks. 26 nos. 206 p.
Joseph Wilmot; or, the memoirs of a man-servant. Vol. 1.
London: John Dicks. 52 nos. 415 p.
Joseph Wilmot; or, the memoirs of a man-servant. Vol. 2.
London: John Dicks. 52 nos. 413 p.
Clement Lorimer; or, The Book with the Iron Clasps. A romance.
London: John Lofts. 280 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Necromancer.
London: J. Dicks. 33 nos. 264 p.
The Life and Adventures of Valentine Vox The Ventriloquist:.
London: Willoughby & Co. 620 p.
Alfred; or the adventures of a French gentleman.
London: Willoughby & Co. 30 nos. 237 p.
George W. M. Reynolds , Esq. Pickwick Abroad; or, the tour in France.
London: Willoughby & Co. 80 nos. 628 p.
Adventures of Don Quixote De La Mancha. Vol. 1.
London: Willoughby & Co, [c. 1852]. 55 nos. 440 p.
Adventures of Don Quixote De La Mancha. Vol. 2.
London: Willoughby & Co, [c. 1852]. 370 p.
The Vicar of Wakefield, a tale.
London: Willoughby and Co, 1841. 35 nos. 252 p.
The Vicar of Wakefield: a tale.
London: Willoughby & Co. 252 p.
The Vicar of Wakefield: a tale.
London: Willoughby & Co and George Routledge. 252 p.
Oliver Goldsmith M. B. The Vicar of Wakefield; a tale.
London: Willoughby and Co. 212 p.
Uncle Tom's Cabin. The Great American Novel.
London: Vickers. 6 nos. 96 p.