A Database of Cheap Literature, 1837-1860

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Renton Nicholson (1809-1861)

Penny Publication

Renton Nicholson. Cockney Adventures and Tales of London Life.
London: W. M. Clark and A. Forrester, 1838. 21 nos. 168 p.BL, BL, Bodley, BYU, Gla, Guildhall, Harvard, HRC, SC, Stanford, UCLA, UDel, Yale
"The Adventures of Jem Piper", 8 p.
"The Man with the Huge Umbrella", 7 p.
"A Pic-Nic Party", 7 p.
"Parishocracy; or, a Tale of an Antiquary", 7 p.
"Adventures of a Fishing Party", 7 p.
"Adventures of Mr. Ned Shankey", 7 p.
"The Beau, the Kiddy, and their Ladies", 7 p.
"The Lady of Forty Summers", 7 p.
"A Midnight Adventure", 7 p.
"Jaunt in a Van to Epsom", 7 p.
"Abag; or, the Sorcerer of Nancy", 7 p.
"Uncle Bob; or, the Water-Party", 7 p.
"Sam Wilkins; or, the Lover of many Scrapes", 7 p.
"An Excursion to the West-end", 7 p.
"A Sunday Excursion", 7 p.
"The Amorous Student", 4 p.
"Peter the Pastry-Cook", 4 p.
"A Sporting Excursion", 5 p.
"The Lawyer's Clerk", 3 p.
"A Man in Search of a Midwife", 4 p.
"Caleb the Entranced", 4 p.
"The Coerced", 7 p.
"Mr. Jacob Lushington Jebb", 7 p.
"Mr. Henry Granby Elphinstone Brown, the Accountant", 7 p.
Indexed in:
James (p. 185), James & Smith (432)