A Database of Cheap Literature, 1837-1860

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National Library of Scotland

Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

Periodicals:
The Penny Sunday Times (London).
Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times (London).
London Journal (London).
Cassell's Illustrated Family Paper (London).
Cassell's Illustrated Family Paper (London).
Editions:
Charles Rabou. The Widow's Walk; or, the mystery of crime.
"Roscoe's library edition". London: E. Appleyard. 19 nos. 152 p.
Gabriel Alexander. Robert Bruce, the hero-king of Scotland.
London: John Dicks, 1852. 56 nos. 443 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. 41 nos. 474 p.
Alexandre Guiraud. The Priest of Barcelona. A tale of modern Spain.
London: Geo. Peirce, [c. 1847]. 12 nos. 182 p.
Eugene Plunkett. The Black Mendicant.
London: Peirce and Hyde, 1848. 10 nos. 155 p.
Alexandre Dumas. Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots. An Historical Tale.
London: Geo. Peirce. 11 nos. 166 p.
Pierce Egan, , Jun. Adam Bell; or, the archers of Englewood forest.
London: F. Hextall. 24 nos. 194 p.
Thomas Archer , Esq. Roderick Dhu, Clan-Alpine's Chief; or, the Scottish outlaw. A romance.
London: Hextall and Wall, 1843. 32 nos. 476 p.
Thomas Archer Esq. Roderick Dhu, Clan-Alpine's Chief; or, the Scottish outlaw. A romance.
London: F. Hextall, 1848. 37 nos. 294 p.
Thomas Archer, Esq. Roderick Dhu, Clan-Alpine's Chief; or, the Scottish outlaw. A romance.
London: G. Purkess, 1850. 57 nos. 454 p.
Hannah Maria Jones. The Scottish Chieftains; or, the perils of love and war.
"Illustrated standard edition". London: John Lofts. 59 nos. 463 p.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 2.
London: T.L. Holt, 1839. 16 nos. 509 p.
The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 3.
London: J. Cunningham, 1839. 16 nos.
Mrs. Bennett. The Cottage Girl; or, the marriage day.
"Illustrated standard library". London: Henry Lea. 32 nos. 468 p.
William Hurton. The Doomed Ship; or, the wreck of the Arctic regions.
London: Willoughby & Co, 1856. 22 nos. 182 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: John Dicks. 19 nos. 156 p.
Jane Shore; or, the goldsmith's wife.
London: Henry Lea. 46 nos. 362 p.
The Conspirators: the secret societies, the prefecture of police under Caussidière, the free corps, &c. &c. &c.
London: George Peirce. 128 p.
The Sepoy's Daughter: a true tale of the Indian War.
London: Henry Lea, [c. 1860]. 109 nos. 870 p.
Quadroona; or, the slave mother.
London: Lea. 318 p.
Colonel Jack; or, the life of a highwayman. A historical romance of George the Second.
London: H. Lea. 104 nos. 830 p.
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.
George W. M. Reynolds. Master Timothy's book-case; or the magic lanthorn of the world.
London: [James Gilbert], 1847. 24 nos. 373 p.
The Soldier's Wife.
London: , 1853. 206 p.
The Complete Works of Shakespeare; revised from the original text. With introductory remarks and copious notes, critical, general, and explanatory. Vol. 1.
London: Willoughby & Co. 674 p.
The Complete Works of Shakespeare; revised from the original text. With introductory remarks and copious notes, critical, general, and explanatory. Vol. 2.
London: Willoughby & Co. 636 p.
Alfred, or, the adventures of a French Gentleman.
London: Willoughby and Co, 1844. 237 p.
The Vicar of Wakefield, a tale.
London: Willoughby & Co. 35 nos. 252 p.
Adventures of Old Dan Tucker, and his son Walter; a tale of North Carolina.
London: Willoughby & Co. 222 p.
the "Old Sailor" (pseud.). Jem Bunt: a tale of the land and the ocean.
London: Henry Lea. 272 p.