A Database of Cheap Literature, 1837-1860

About the Library

Newberry Library

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Periodicals:
The Town (London).
The Family Herald (London).
London Journal (London).
The Penny Satirist (London).
Cassell's Illustrated Family Paper (London).
Editions:
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.
"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.
Lucy Neal; or, Negro life, love, mirth and character. A novel.
London: E. Lloyd, 1847. 15 nos. 116 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.
Pierce Egan the younger. Wat Tyler.
London: F. Hextall, 1841. 55 nos. 874 p.
Hofer, the patriot of the Tyrol. An historical romance.
London: George Peirce, 1845. 16 nos. 126 p.
Maid Marian, the Forest Queen; being a companion to "Robin Hood".
London: George Peirce, [c. 1848]. 31 nos. 248 p.
Eugene Sue. The Female Bluebeard: or The Adventurer.
London: W. Strange, 1845. 20 nos. 306 p.
the old sailor (pseud.). Jem Bunt: a tale of The Land and the Ocean.
London: Willoughby & Co. 39 nos. 312 p.
The Negro's Revenge; or, Brulart, the black pirate.
"Romancist and Novelist's Library". London: J. Clements. 7 nos. 49 p.
George W. M. Reynolds. The Seamstress; or, the white slave of England.
London: John Dicks, 1853. 17 nos. 134 p.
The Young Duchess; or, memoirs of a lady of quality. A sequel to "Ellen Percy.".
London: John Dicks. 52 nos. 415 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: John Dicks, 1857. 52 nos. 415 p.
The Life and Adventures of Valentine Vox The Ventriloquist:.
London: Willoughby & Co. 620 p.
Adventures of Old Dan Tucker, and his son Walter; a tale of North Carolina.
London: Willoughby & Co. 222 p.