A Database of Cheap Literature, 1837-1860

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Newberry Library

Chicago, Illinois, United States

The Town (London).
The Family Herald (London).
London Journal (London).
The Penny Satirist (London).
Cassell's Illustrated Family Paper (London).
The Fast Man (London).
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.