The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
Volume XIII. The Victorian Age, Part One.

XIII. Lesser Novelists


[It has only been possible to give the titles of a few of the works of the novelists mentioned below.]

Adams, Francis William Lauderdale (1862–1892). Australian Essays. 1886. Songs of the Army of the Night. 1890. Australian Life. [Tales.] 1892. A Child of the Age. 1894.

Alexander, William (1826–1894). Johnny Gibb of Gushetneuk. 1871. Sketches of life among my ain folk. 1875.

Allen, Grant (pseud. Cecil Power, 1848–1899). Philistia. 3 vols. 1884.

Ashworth, John (1813–1875). Strange Tales, from humble life. Series 1–5. 1863, etc. Simple Records. Series 1–2. Manchester [1871, 1872].

Calman, A. L. Life and Labours of John Ashworth. Manchester, 1875.

Austin, Sarah (1793–1867.) The Story without an End. From the German of Carové, F. W. 1834. Various other translations.

Black, William. In Silk Attire. 3 vols. 1869. Kilmeny. 3 vols. 1870. A Daughter of Heth. 3 vols. 1871. The Strange Adventures of a Phaeton. 2nd edn. 2 vols. 1872. Three Feathers. 3 vols. 1875. Green Pastures and Piccadilly. 3 vols. 1877. Macleod of Dare. 3 vols. 1878. White Wings; a yachting romance. 3 vols. 1880. Yolande: the story of a Daughter. 3 vols. 1883. White Heather. 3 vols. 1885. The Strange Adventures of a House-Boat. 3 vols. 1888. [Novels.] New and revised edn. 1892, etc.

Reid, Sir T.W. William Black, Novelist. A biography. 1902.

Blackmore, Richard Doddridge. Lorna Doone: a romance of Exmoor. 3 vols. 1869. The Maid of Sker. 1872. Springhaven. A tale of the great war. 3 vols. 1887.

Snell, F. J. The Blackmore Country. 1906.

Bede, Cuthbert (pseud.). See Bradley, Edward.

Besant, Sir Walter. All sorts and conditions of men. An impossible story.… With illustrations by F. Barnard. 3 vols. 1882. All in a Garden Fair. The simple story of three boys and a girl. 3 vols. 1883. Dorothy Forster. 3 vols. 1884. The Children of Gibeon. 1886. The World went very well then. 3 vols. 1887.

Besant, Sir Walter, and Rice, James. The Golden Butterfly. 1871. Ready-Money-Mortiboy. 1872. ’Twas in Trafalgar’s Bay, and other stories. 1879. The Chaplain of the Fleet. 3 vols. 1881.

Autobiography of Sir Walter Besant. 1902.

Braddon, afterwards Maxwell, Mary Elizabeth. Lady Audley’s Secret. 3 vols. 1862. And many other novels.

Bradley, Edward (pseud., Cuthbert Bede, 1827–1889). The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green. 1853.

Brierley, Benjamin (1825–1896). Tales and Sketches of Lancashire Life. 2 pts. Manchester [1862–3]. Ab-oth’-Yate in London. Manchester [1868]. Ab-oth’-Yate on Time and Things. Manchester [1869]. Ab-oth’-Yate in the Wild West. Manchester [1888]. Ben Brierley’s Works. Manchester, 1882, etc. Sketches and other short stories. Ed. Dronsfield, J. Oldham, 1896.

Brown, George Douglas (pseud. George Douglas, 1869–1902). The House with the Green Shutters. 1901.

The Bookman. Oct., 1902.

Lennox, C. George Douglas Brown.… A biographical memoir. 1903.

M’Clure’s Magazine. Nov., 1902.

Millar, J. P. A Literary History of Scotland. The Library of Literary History. 1903.

Brown, Oliver Maddox (1855–1874). Gabriel Denever. 1873. The Dwale Bluth, Hebditch’s Legacy, and other literary remains of O. M. B. Ed.

Rossetti, W. M. and Hueffer, F. With a memoir and two portraits. 2 vols. 1876.

Ingram, J. H. Oliver Maddox Brown. A biographical sketch; 1855–1874. 1883.

Brunton, Mary (1778–1818). Discipline; a novel. 1814. Another edn. to which is prefixed a Memoir of the Life and Writings of the author, including extracts from her correspondence. Standard Novels, No. 16. 1832. Emmeline. With some other pieces. To which is prefixed a memoir of her life by Brunton, Alexander. Edinburgh, 1819.

Buchanan, Robert Williams. God and the Man. 1881. The Master of the Mine. 2 vols. 1885. The Moment After: a tale of the unseen. 1890. Father Anthony: a romance of to-day. 1898.

See, also, ante, bibliographies to Chaps. VI and VIII.

Caldwell, afterwards Marsh, Anne. Two Old Men’s Tales. The Deformed, and The Admiral’s Daughter. 1834. Tales of the Woods and Fields, a second series of The Two Old Men’s Tales. 1836. Chronicles of Dartmoor. 3 vols. 1866.

Campbell, John Francis (1822–1885). Popular Tales of the West Highlands … new edn. Gael. and Eng. 4 vols. 1890–3.

Clive, Caroline. Paul Ferroll. 1855.

Collins, Charles Allston (1828–1873). A New Sentimental Journey. 1859. A Cruise on Wheels. 1863. The Bar Sinister. 2 vols. 1864. Strathcairn. 2 vols. 1864.

Collins, William Wilkie. Antonina; or the Fall of Rome. A romance of the fifth century. 3 vols. 1850. Hide and Seek. 3 vols. 1854. After Dark. 2 vols. 1856. The Dead Secret. 2 vols. 1857. The Woman in White. 3 vols. 1860. [First appeared in All the Year Round, 1860.] My Miscellanies. 3 vols. 1862. No Name. 1862. Armadale. 2 vols. 1866. The Moonstone. 3 vols. 1868. Man and Wife. 3 vols. 1870. Poor Miss Finch. 3 vols. 1872. The New Magdalen. 1873. A Rogue’s Life from his Birth to his Marriage. 1879. Little Novels. 3 vols. 1887.

For tales and plays in collaboration with Dickens, see, ante, bibliography to Chap. X, sections IV, V and VII.

Letters of Charles Dickens to Wilkie Collins, 1851–1870. 1892.

Wolzogen, E. L. von. Wilkie Collins. Ein biographisch-kritischer Versuch. 1885.

Conway, Hugh (pseud.). See Fargus, Frederick John.

Cooper, Edward Herbert (1867–1910). Mr. Blake of Newmarket. 1897. Children, Racehorses, and Ghosts. 1899. Wyemarke and the Sea-Fairies. Illustrated by Dudley Hardy. 1899. The Monk Wins. 1900.

Craigie, Pearl Mary Teresa (pseud. John Oliver Hobbes, 1867–1906). Some Emotions and a Moral. 1891. The School for Saints. 1897. Robert Orange: being a continuation of the history of Robert Orange, M.P., and a sequel to The School for Saints. 1900.

The Life of John Oliver Hobbes told in her correspondence with numerous friends. With a biographical sketch by her father John Morgan Richards, and an introduction by the Right Rev. Bishop Weldon. 1911.

Craik, D. M. See Mulock, Dinah Maria.

Crawford, Francis Marion (1854–1909). Mr. Isaacs, a tale of modern India. 1882. A Cigarette-Maker’s Romance. 2 vols. 1890.

De La Ramée, Louise (pseud. Ouida). Strathmore. 1865. (Parodied in

Punch by Burnard, Sir F. C. under the title Strapmore). Chandos. 3 vols. 1866. Cecil Castlemaine’s Gage, and other novelettes. Collected and revised by the author. 1867. [These short stories are interesting as being typically “Ouidaesque,” and as containing suggestive sketches of some of the characters more fully developed by her later.] Under two Flags. 3 vols. 1867. Tricotrin. 1869. Puck. 1870. Folle-Farine. 3 vols. 1871. A Dog of Flanders, and other stories. 1872. Two Little Wooden Shoes. 1874. In a Winter City. 1876. Ariadnê. 3 vols. 1877. Moths. 3 vols. 1880. Bimbi, stories for children. 1882. In Maremma. 1882.

Douglas, George (pseud.). See Brown, George Douglas.

Du Maurier, George Louis Palmella Busson. Peter Ibbetson. 1892 [1891]. Trilby. 3 vols. 1894. Another edn. with 121 illustrations by the author, and facsimiles of selected pencil studies. L.P. 1895. The Martian: with illustrations by the author. 1897. The History of the Jack Sprats appeared in Punch.

Lamont, L. M. Reminiscences of Du Maurier. Thomas Armstrong, C.B. A. Memoir. 1912.

Moscheles, F. In Bohemia with Du Maurier.… With 63 original drawings by G. du Maurier. [1896.]

Wood, T. M. George Du Maurier, the satirist of the Victorians. A review of his art and personality. 1913.

Edwards, Amelia Blandford (1831–1892). Barbara’s History. 3 vols. 1864 [1863]. Half a Million of Money. Collection of British Authors. Vols. 795, 796. 1865. A Thousand Miles up the Nile. 1877 [1876].

Falconer, Lanoe (pseud.). See Hawker, Mary.

Fargus, Frederick John (pseud. Hugh Conway, 1847–1885). Called Back. Bristol, 1885. A Cardinal Sin. 3 vols. 1886.

Fullerton, lady Georgiana Charlotte (1812–1885). Ellen Middleton, a tale. 3 vols. 1844. Constance Sherwood, an autobiography of the sixteenth century. 3 vols. 1865.

Craven, Pauline M. A. A. Lady Georgiana Fullerton, sa vie et ses oeuvres. Paris, 1888. Tr. Coleridge, H. J. 1888.

Gilbert, William (1804–1890). The Doctor of Beauweir. An autobiography. 2 vols. 1868. King George’s Middy. 1869. The Landlord of The Sun. 3 vols. 1871. Clara Levesque. 3 vols. 1872. James Duke, Costermonger. A tale of the social aspects. [1879.] Memoirs of a Cynic. 3 vols. 1880.

Grant, James (1822–1887). Adventures of an Aide-de-Camp; or a Campaign in Calabria. 3 vols. 1848. The Scottish Cavalier. 3 vols. 1850. The King’s Own Borderers. 3 vols. 1865. British Battles on Land and Sea. 3 vols. [1873–5.]

Hall, Basil. Schloss Hainfeld; or, a winter in Lower Styria. Edinburgh, 1836. Patchwork. 3 vols. 1841. The Midshipman, being autobiographical sketches of his own early career, from Fragments of Voyages and Travels, by Captain B. H. 1862.

Harland, Henry (1861–1905). Grey Roses. [Short Stories.] 1895. Comedies and Errors. 1898. The Cardinal’s Snuff-Box. 1900. The Lady Paramount. 1902.

Hatton, Joseph (1841–1907). Pippins and Cheese. 1868. John Needham’s Double: a story founded upon fact. [1885.] Cigarette Papers; for After-dinner Smoking. 1892 [1891]. When Greek meets Greek. 1895.

Hawker, Mary (pseud. Lanoe Falconer, 1848–1908). Mdlle Ixe. 1890.

Hobbes, John Oliver (pseud.). See Craigie, Pearl Mary Teresa.

Jerrold, William Blanchard (1826–1884). The Brownrigg Papers. 1860. The Life of George Cruikshank. 2 vols. 1882.

Jewsbury, Geraldine Endsor (1812–1880). The Half Sisters. 2 vols. 1848. Marian Withers. 3 vols. 1851. The History of an Adopted Child. 1853 [1852]. The Sorrows of Gentility. 2 vols. 1856.

Johnstone, Christian Isobel (1781–1857). Clan Albyn; a national tale. 1815. The Diversions of Hollycot. 1828. The Edinburgh Tales. 3 vols. Edinburgh, 1845, 1846.

Kavanagh, Julia (1824–1877). Daisy Burns. 3 vols. 1853. Grace Lee. 3 vols. 1855. The Pearl Fountain and other fairy tales. 1876. Two Lilies. 3 vols. 1877.

Kingsley, Henry. The Recollections of Geoffrey Hamlyn. 3 vols. 1859. Ravenshoe. 3 vols. 1861. The Novels of Henry Kingsley. [Ed. Shorter, C. K.] 1894, etc.

Lawrence, George Alfred. Guy Livingstone: or Thorough. 1857.

Lennox, lord William Pitt (1749–1881). Compton Audley; or, Hands not Hearts. 3 vols. 1841. The Adventures of a Man of Family. 3 vols. 1864. My Recollections from 1806 to 1873. 2 vols. 1874 [1873]. Lord of Himself. 3 vols. 1880.

Linskill, Mary (1840–1891). Between the Heather and the Northern Sea. 3 vols. 1884. The Haven under the Hill. 3 vols. 1886.

Lockhart, John Gibson. Valerius, a Roman story. 3 vols. Edinburgh, 1821. Some Passages in the life of Mr. Adam Blair. Edinburgh, 1822. Reginald Dalton. 3 vols. Edinburgh, 1823. The History of Matthew Wald. 1824.

Lockhart, Laurence William Maxwell (1831–1882). Doubles and Quits. 2 vols. 1869. Fair to See. 3 vols. Edinburgh, 1871. Mine is Thine. 3 vols. 1878.

Lynn, afterwards Linton, Elizabeth (1822–1898). Joshua Davidson. 1872. The Autobiography of Christopher Kirkland. 3 vols. 1876.

My Literary Life.… With a prefatory note by Harraden, Beatrice. 1899.

Layard, G. S. Life, Letters and Opinions of E. L. L. 1901.

Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer, lord. Falkland. 1827. Pelham. 3 vols. 1828. The Disowned. [3 vols. 1829. Devereux. 3 vols. 1829. Paul Clifford. 1830. Eugene Aram. 3 vols. 1832. Godolphin. 3 vols. 1833. The Pilgrims of the Rhine. 1834. The Last Days of Pompeii. 3 vols. 1834. Rienzi. 1835. Ernest Maltravers. 3 vols. 1837. Alice: a sequel to Ernest Maltravers. 3 vols. 1838. Zanoni. 1842. The Last of the Barons. 3 vols. 1843. Lucretia, or the Children of the Night. 1846. Harold, the last of the Saxon Kings. 3 vols. 1848. The Caxtons, a family picture. 3 vols. 1849. Night and Morning. 1851. My Novel. 4 vols. 1853. What will he do with it? 4 vols. Edinburgh, 1859. A Strange Story. 1862. The Coming Race. 1871. Kenelm Chillingly. Edinburgh, 1873. The Parisians. 1873. [Rptd. from Black-wood’s Magazine.] Pausanias the Spartan. 1876. Novels of Sir E. Bulwer Lytton. 43 vols. 1859–63. [Novels. The New Knebworth edn.] 29 vols. 1895–8. [Novels. With illustrations.] [1907, etc.]

For Dramatic works see, ante, bibliography to Chap. VIII.

For Poems, see D. of N. B.

Böddeker, K. Über Bulwer’s Übersetzungen Schillerscher Gedichte. Archiv. Vol. XLIX. 1872.

Cooper, Thompson. Lord Lytton. A biography. 1873.

Escott, T. H. S. Bulwer Lytton. An exposure of the errors of his biographers. 1913.

Frost, W. A. Lord Lytton: the man and the author … to which is attached a carefully written biography by Marsdon, M. 1873.

Goldhan, A. B. Über die Einwirkung des Goetheschen Werthers und Wilhelm Meisters auf die Entwicklung Edward Bulwers. Diss. Leipzig, 1895.

Lytton, V. A. G. R., second earl of Lytton. The Life of Edward Bulwer, first lord Lytton. 1913.

Melville, Lewis. The Centenary of Bulwer-Lytton. The Bookman. May, 1903.

Macdonald, George. Phantastes. 1858. David Elginbrod. 1863. Alec Forbes. 1865. Annals of a Quiet Neighbourhood. 3 vols. 1867 [1866]. Robert Falconer. 3 vols. 1868. At the Back of the North Wind. 1871. Works of Fancy and Imagination. 10 vols. 1871. The Marquis of Lossie. 1877. Sir Gibbie. 1879. The Fairy Tales of George Macdonald. Ed. MacDonald, Greville. 5 vols. 1904.

Johnson, Joseph. George Macdonald: a biographical and critical appreciation. 1906 [1905].

MacDonald, Ronald. George Macdonald. A personal note. 1911.

Macfarlane, Charles (d. 1858). The Camp of Refuge. 1844. A Legend of Reading Abbey. 1845.

Maitland, Edward (1824–1897). By and By. An historical romance of the future. 3 vols. 1873. Anna Kingsford: her life, letters, diary, and work. By her collaborator, E. Maitland. 2 vols. 1896. Ed. Hart, S. Hopgood. 2 vols. 1913.

Manning, Anne. See, ante, bibliography to Chap. XI. Vol. XII.

Marryat, afterwards Church, afterwards Lean, Florence (1838–1899). Hidden Chains. [Tales rptd. from Temple Bar and other magazines.] 3 vols. 1876. Facing the Footlights. 3 vols. 1883. The Master Passion. 3 vols. 1886. Gentleman and Courtier. 3 vols. 1888. There is no Death. 1891.

Marsh, Mrs. Anne. See Caldwell, Anne.

Marshall, Emma (1830–1899). Bristol Diamonds. 1888.

Maxwell, William Hamilton (1792–1850). Stories of Waterloo. Standard Novels, No. 31. 1834. The Bivouac; or, stories of the Peninsular War. 3 vols. 1837.

Melville, George John Whyte. Digby Grand. 2 vols. 1853. The Gladiators. 3 vols. 1863. Katerfelto. 1875. Riding Recollections.… With illustrations by Giberne. 1878.

Merriman, Henry Seton (pseud.). See Scott, Hugh Stowell.

Middleton, Richard. The Ghost Ship and other stories. Ed. by Machen, A. 1912. The Day before Yesterday. 1912. Poems and Songs. With an introduction by Savage, H. 1912.

Mitford, Mary Russell. Our Village: sketches of rural character and scenery. 5 vols. 1824–32. Belford Regis, or sketches of a country town. 3 vols. 1835. Recollections of a Literary Life. 3 vols. 1852. Atherton and other tales. 3 vols. 1854.

Correspondence with Charles Boner and John Ruskin. Ed. Lee, Elizabeth. 1914.

Fields, James T. Miss Mitford. Yesterdays with Authors. 1872.

The Life of M. R. Mitford [by one of her executors, Harness, W.] … related in a selection from her letters to her friends. First series. Ed. L’Estrange, A. G. Second series. Letters of M. R. M. Ed. Charters, H. Series 1, 2. 5 vols. 1870 (1869]–72.

L’Estrange, A. G. K. The Friendships of M. R. Mitford as recorded in letters from her literary correspondents. 2 vols. 1882.

Montgomery, Jemima, afterwards baroness Tautphoeus (1807–1893). The Initials. 3 vols. 1850.

The Times. 17 Nov., 1893.

Mulock, afterwards Craik, Dinah Maria. John Halifax, Gentleman. 3 vols. 1856. With an introduction by Leask, W. K. [1900]. With … an introduction by Home, Gordon. (Oxford edn.) 1914.

Murray, David Christie (1847–1907). A Life’s Atonement. 1879. Joseph’s Coat. 1881. Val Strange. 1882. By the Gate of the Sea. 1883. Rainbow Gold. 1885. Aunt Rachel. 1886.

Oliphant, Margaret Oliphant. Passages in the Life of Mrs. Margaret Maitland. 1849. Chronicles of Carlinford: The Rectory and the Doctor’s Family, 1863; Salem Chapel, 2 vols., 1863; The Perpetual Curate, 3 vols., 1864. Whiteladies. 3 vols. 1875. A Beleagured City.… A story of the Seen and Unseen. 1880. A Little Pilgrim in the Unseen. 1882. Kirsteen, the story of a Scotch family seventy years ago. 3 vols. 1890. The Cuckoo in the Nest. 1892.

The Autobiography and Letters of Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. Arranged and ed. by Coghill, Mrs. Harry. 1899.

Ouida (pseud.). See De La Ramée, Louise.

Pardoe, Julia S. H. (1806–1862). The Confessions of a Pretty Woman. 3 vols. 1846. The Court and Reign of Francis the First, King of France. 2 vols. 1849. With a preface by Cohn, A. 3 vols. New York, 1902. Flies in Amber. 3 vols. 1850.

Payn, James. Lost Sir Massingberd. 1864. Some Literary Recollections. 1884. The Backwater of Life: or, Essays of a Literary Veteran.… With an introduction by Stephen, Sir Leslie. 1899.

Phillips, Samuel (1814–1854). Caleb Stukeley. 3 vols. 1844. We’re all low People there. 1854.

The Times. 17 Oct., 1854.

Picken, Andrew (1788–1833). The Dominie’s Legacy. 1830. Mary Ogilvie: a tale of the Squire’s experience.… Sixth edn. With seven illustrations by R. Cruikshank. [1840.]

Brown, Robert. Memoirs of Ebenezer Picken, poet, and of Andrew Picken, novelist. Paisley Burns Club Publications. 1879.

Power, Cecil (pseud.). See Allen, Grant.

Rathbone, Hannah Mary. So much of the diary of Lady Willoughby as relates to her domestic history. 1844. Some further portions of the diary of Lady Willoughby. 1848.

Reade, Charles. Peg Woffington. 1853. Christie Johnstone. 1853. It is Never Too Late to Mend. 3 vols. 1856. The Course of True Love never did run smooth. 1857. Autobiography of a Thief and Jack of all Trades. 1858. Love me Little Love me Long. 1859. The Cloister and the Hearth. A tale of the Middle Ages. 4 vols. 1861. A Good Fight.… The original version of The Cloister and the Hearth. With an introduction by Lang, Andrew. 1910. [A Good Fight first appeared in Once a Week in 1859.] Hard Cash. 3 vols. 1863. Griffith Gaunt; or, Jealousy. 3 vols. 1866. Put Yourself in his Place. 3 vols. 1870.

See, also, ante, bibliography to Chap. VIII.

Coleman, J. Charles Reade as I knew him. 1903.

Reade, Charles L. and C. Charles Reade, dramatist, novelist, journalist.

A memoir, compiled chiefly from his literary remains. 2 vols. 1887.

Reynolds, George William McArthur (1814–1877). Pickwick Abroad; or, The Tour in France. 1839. The Mysteries of the Court of London. 8 vols. 1850–6. Mary Price; or, The Memoirs of a Servant-Maid. 2 vols. 1852, 1853. Joseph Wilmot; or the Memoirs of a Man-Servant. 2 vols. 1854, 1855.

Robinson, Emma. Whitefriars; or the days of Charles the Second. 1844. Cynthia Thorold. 1862. Madeline Graham. 1864. Dorothy Firebrace. 1865. The Armourer’s Daughter. [1877.]

Russell, William Clark (1844–1911). The Wreck of the Grosvenor. 1877. Round the Galley Fire. [Stories and Sketches.] 1883. The Frozen Pirate. 2 vols. 1887. The Romance of a Midshipman. 1898.

Rutherford, Mark. See White, William Hale.

Scott, Hugh Stowell (pseud. Henry Seton Merriman, 1862–1903). Roden’s Corner. 1898. Barlasch of the Guard. 1903. The Last Hope. 1904, etc. Sergeant, Emily Frances Adeline (1851–1904). Beyond Recall. 2 vols. 1882. Esther Denison. 1889. A Life Sentence. 1891. The Story of a Penitent Soul. 1892. Beneath the Veil. 1905. And many other novels.

Stephens, Winifred. The Life of Adeline Sergeant. 1905.

Sewell, Elizabeth Missing (1815–1906). Amy Herbert. 1844. Cleve Hall. 1855.

Sewell, Eleanor L. The Autobiography of Elizabeth M. Sewell. Ed. by her niece. 1907.

Shorthouse, Joseph Henry. John Inglesant; a romance. Birmingham, 1880. The Little Schoolmaster Mark. A spiritual romance. 2 pts. 1883. The Countess Eve. 1886. Sir Percival. 1886. Blanche, Lady Falaise. 1891. Suddard, M. Le Caractère de John Inglesant. Essais de littérature anglaise. 1912.

West, H. E. John Inglesant and Sartor Resartus, two phases of religion. [1884.]

Stables, William Gordon (1840–1910). The Cruise of the Snowbird: a story of Arctic adventure. 1882. Wild Adventures round the Pole. [A sequel to The Cruise of the Snowbird.] 1883.

Stannard, Henrietta Eliza Vaughan (pseud. John Strange Winter, 1856–1911). Bootles’ Baby. 1885. Bootles’ Children. 1888.

Tautphoeus, baroness. See Montgomery, Jemima.

Taylor, Meadows. Confessions of a Thug. 3 vols. 1839. Tippo Sultaun; a tale of the Mysore War. 3 vols. 1840. Tara, a Mahratta tale. 3 vols. 1863. Ralph Darnell. 3 vols. 1865. A Noble Queen. 3 vols. 1878. The Story of my Life. By Colonel Meadows Taylor. Ed. by his daughter [Taylor, A. M.] With a preface by Reeve, Henry. 2 vols. 1877.

Trollope, Anthony. The Warden. 1855. Barchester Towers. 3 vols. 1857. The Three Clerks. 3 vols. 1858. An Autobiography. 1858. Ed. Trollope, H. M. 2 vols. 1883. Doctor Thorne. 3 vols. 1858. Framley Parsonage. With six illustrations by J. E. Millais. 3 vols. 1861. Can You Forgive Her?…with illustrations [by H. K. Browne]. 2 vols. 1864, 1865. The Small House at Allington. With eighteen illustrations by J. E. Millais. 2 vols. 1864. The Last Chronicles of Barset. 2 vols. 1867 [1866]. Phineas Finn, the Irish Member. With 20 illustrations by J. E. Millais. 1869. Orley Farm.… With illustrations by J. E. Millais. 2 vols. 1886. The Barsetshire Novels of A. T. With an introduction by Harrison, F. 8 vols. 1906.

Escott, T. H. S. Anthony Trollope, his works, associates, and literary originals. A Bibliography of all the first edns. of the works of A. T. Compiled by Lavington, Margaret. 1913.

James, Henry. Anthony Trollope. Partial Portraits. 1888.

Saintsbury, George. Three Mid-Century Novelists. Corrected Impressions. 1895.

Stephen, Sir Leslie. Studies of a Biographer. Vol. IV. 1902.

Trollope, Thomas Adolphus (1810–1892). A Decade of Italian Women. 2 vols. 1859. Lindisfarn Chase. 3 vols. 1864. Artingale Castle. 3 vols. 1867. What I remember. 3 vols. 1887–9.

White, William Hale. The Autobiography of Mark Rutherford, Dissenting Minister. Ed. by his friend Reuben Shapcott. 1881. The Revolution in Tanners Lane. 1887. Miriam’s Schooling, and other papers. 1890. Mark Rutherford’s Deliverance. 1892. Catharine Furze. 1893. Clara Hopgood. 1896. Pages from a Journal, with other papers. 1900. John Bunyan. [Literary Lives.] 1905. More pages from a Journal, with other papers. 1910. The Early Life of Mark Rutherford. By himself. 1913. Taylor, Alfred E. The Novels of Mark Rutherford. English Assoc. Essays and Studies. Vol. v. 1914.

Winter, John Strange (pseud.). See Stannard, Henrietta E. V.

Wood, Ellen (Mrs. Henry). East Lynne. 3 vols. 1861. The Channings. 3 vols. 1862.

Wood, Charles W. Memorials of Mrs. Henry Wood. 1894.

Wraxall, Sir Frederick Charles Lascelles (1828–1865). Wild Oats. [1858.] Married in Haste. 3 vols. 1863 [1862]. Mercedes. 3 vols. 1865.

Yates, Edmund Hodgson (1831–1894). My Haunts and their Frequenters. 1854. Broken to Harness. 3 vols. 1864. Land at Last. 3 vols. 1866. Black Sheep. 3 vols. 1867. The Rock Ahead. 3 vols. 1868. Kissing the Rod. 3 vols. 1874.

Edmund Yates: his recollections and experiences. 2 vols. 1884.

Yonge, Charlotte Mary. The Heir of Redclyffe. 1853. The Lances of Lynwood. 1855.

Romanes, Ethel. Charlotte Mary Yonge: an appreciation. 1908.


Baker, A. E. A Guide to the Best Fiction in English. 1913.

—— A Guide to Historical Fiction. 1914.

Boynton, P. Holmes. London in English Literature. Chicago, 1915.

Canby, H. S. The Short Story in English. New York, 1909.

Chambers’s Cyclopaedia of English Literature. Vol. III. 1903.

Cross, Wilbur L. The Development of the English Novel. New York, 1899.

Francillon, Robert E. Mid–Victorian Memories. [1914.]

Jeaffreson, J. C. Novels and Novelists. 1888.

Loliée, F. Short history of comparative literature. Tr. Power, M. D. 1906.

Nield, J. A Guide to the best Historical Novels and Tales. 1902.

Paul, H. The Victorian Novel. Men and Letters. 1901.

Raleigh, Sir W. The English Novel. 5th edn. 1904.

Saintsbury, George. Corrected Impressions. 1895. A History of Nineteenth Century Literature, 1780–1895. 1896. The Later Nineteenth Century. Periods of European Literature. Vol. XII. 1907. The English Novel. The Channels of English Literature. 1913.

Walker, Hugh. The Literature of the Victorian Era. Cambridge, 1910.

Walker, Mrs. Hugh. A Book of Victorian Poetry and Prose. Cambridge, 1915.

Walsh, W. S. Pen Pictures of Victorian Authors. New York, 1882.