A Database of Cheap Literature, 1837-1860

About the Publisher

Name:
William Strange (1801-1872)
Ref:
DNCJBBTI

Kirkpatrick, Robert J. “A Strange Story – William Strange of Paternoster RowYesterday's Papers (May 16, 2014)

Address:
21 Paternoster-row
Editions:
A Lady in Search of a Husband. A romance.
London: Purkess and Strange, [1847]. 11 nos. 84 p.
Ellen T—. Emily Percy; or, the heiress of Sackville. A romance.
London: G. Purkess and W. Strange. 27 nos. 212 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.
Ellen T—. Ravensdale. A romance.
London: G. Purkess and Strange, [1847]. 15 nos. 116 p.
The Widow Mortimer; or, the marriage in the dark. A romance.
London: G. Purkess and Strange. 12 nos. 94 p.
Lieutenant Murray (pseud.). The Rosebud; or, twice condemned. A romance.
London: G. Purkess and Strange, [1847]. 12 nos. 92 p.
The Unhappy Bride; or, the grave of the profligate. A Domestic Tragedy.
London: G. Purkess and Strange, [c. 1848]. 7 nos. 54 p.
J. F. Smith , Esq. The Young Chevalier; or, the wars of the Guelphs and Stuarts.
London: E. Lloyd, [c. 1851]. 20 nos. 158 p.
The Golden Marriage. A romance of deep interest.
London: G. Purkess and Strange, [c. 1848]. 10 nos. 77 p.
Mrs. M. L. Sweetser. The Double Courtship. A romance of deep interest.
London: Purkiss (sic) and Strange, [1847]. 12 nos. 92 p.
Harry Hazel (pseud.). The Corsair; the foundling of the sea. A Romance.
London: Purkess and Strange, [1847]. 6 nos. 44 p.
The Devil on Two Sticks.
London: William Strange, 1840. 274 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.
Oliver Cromwell; or, Cavaliers and Roundheads. A tale of the civil wars.
London: W. Strange, 1841. 14 nos. 110 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.
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.
R. Bedingfield , esq. The Peer and the Blacksmith. A tale.
London: R. Thompson, Strange and Berger, [1844]. 50 nos. 588 p.
R. Bedingfield , Esq. The Miser's Son: a tale.
London: R. Thompson, Strange and Berger, [1844]. 610 p.
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.
Timothy Caxton (pseud.). Adventures of an Author; or, the Westmoreland novelist.
London: William Strange, 1847. 104 p.