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See also Harper, v. 71, 16517.

Infernal Marriage, by the Earl of Beaconsfield 132, 138 and 2573X

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INGELOW (Jean, Poet, &c. t b. 1830) :



Don John 1656 & I98 4 X

Also Living Age, v. 148 .... 3 T 78J

Fated to be Free iCgoX

Also Good Words, v. 16 2186



Living Age, v. 124... 3



iS6J
154;



Off the Skelligs l69lX

Also St. Paul's Magazine, v. 10 ii7oF
Living Age, v. 112 .... 31425

Sarah de Berenger [G. W.].. 2191 1"

Also Living Age, v. 141 3i?iJ

Studies for Stories ..



N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.
Ingenue, an Historical Romance [French Revolution, Death of

Marat, 1793], by Alexandre Dumas ............................... 4o8X

INGERSLEBEN (Frau von), Erica [Living Age, v. 135] ............ 3165]

INGHAM (Sarson C. T.), Dr. Blandford's Conscience ................... 2inX

INGOLDSBY (Thomas [Rev. A. H. Barham], b. 1788, d. 1835) :

Ingoldsby Legends ......... 2 953X | My Cousin Nicholas ........... 26nX

INGRAHAM (J. II.), Prince of the House of David ................... 2249X

Inheritance [Fashionable Life, &c.], by Miss Ferrier ......... 451 and 452X

Innocent, by Mrs. Oliphant ................................. .................. *57X

- See also Living Age, v. 117, 3147!-

Innocent Sinner, a Psychological Romance, by Mabel Collins ...... I922X

Innocents Abroad, by Mark Twain [Samuel L. Clemens] ............ 288$X

Innocents at Home, by Mark Twain [Samuel L. Clemens] ............ 2iooX

Inside Passengers [a Physiological Dream], or the Wonderful Adven-

tures of Luke and Belinda, by L. T. Courteney ................ I22X

- See also Girls' Own Annual, v. 7, 2557X.

Inside the Bar, or Sketches at Soakington, by G. J. W. Melville ..... 823X

Interpreter, The, a Tale of the War [Crimean War and Hungary,

I9th Century], by George John Whyte Melville ................. 8i6X

- - See a l so Fraser's Magazine, v. 55, 665 J. Living Age, v. 52, 30825.

Into a Larger Room, by C. Despard [Quiver, v. 25] ..., ................ 3295}

Introduced to Society, by Hamilton Aide ................................. 645 X

Invaders and other Stories, by Count Lyof N. Tolstoi .................. 3344X

Invasion of France in 1814, comprising the Night March of the

Russian Army past Phalsburg, by Erckmann-Chatrian ......... I284X

lone, by E. Lynn Linton [Temple Bar, v. 67] ............................ I397J

Ireland [Illustrations of Political Economy], by Harriet Martineau... 776X
Irish Chieftain, or the Isles of Life and Death, an Historical

Romance, by Edward Maturin ..................................... i38oX

Irish Girl, and other Tales, by Miss Seclgwick ............................. 2736X

Irish Sketch-Book, by William M. Thackeray ..... ,...1081, 1087 and IO94X

Iron Horse, or Life on the Line, a Tale of the Grand National Trunk

Railway, by R. M. Ballantyne ....................................... 2495X

Ironmaster, or Love and Pride, by George Ohnet ............ 2052 and

IRVING (Washington, American Writer, l>. 1783, d. 1859) :



Abbotsford and Newstead

Abbey 665X

Alhambra 663 & 664X

History of New York .... 655-6X

Life of Mahomet 668X

Salmagundi 653 & 667X

Sketch Book 657, 669 & 67oX



Tales of a Traveller.... 661 & 2867X"

Wolfert's Roost 666X

This author's Tales, Sketches and
other works of Fiction, being
characteristic, will also be found
under the name of Author and
Title of Work in the General
Catalogue.



Is he Popenjoy ? by Anthony Trollope ...1131 and II43X

See also All the Year Round, v. 39, 1799!.

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ISA ENGLISH SECTION. JAG



Isabel of Bavaria, an Historical Romance, by Alexandra Dumas ......

Isabel's Fortune, by Emma Dixon [Girls' Own Annual, v. 8] .......

Ishmael, by Miss Braddon [Mrs. John Maxwell] ...... 2149, 2152 and 24o8X

Island Queen, or Dethroned by Fire and Water, a Tale of the

Southern Hemisphere, by R. M. Ballantyne ....................

Ismay's Children, by Miss Laffan .............................................

It is Never too Late to Mend, by Charles Reade ........... . ............ H25X

It might have Been, the Story of the Gunpowder Plot, by E. S. Holt 3O94X
It was a Lover and his Lass, by Mrs. Margaret Oliphant ................ I 593^

Italian Novelists, translated from the originals with Critical and

Biographical Notices by Thomas Roscoe ......................... 1 2O/X

Ivan and Vasilesa, a Tale of Modern Life in Russia [Sun. at Home] 2860}
Jvan Dobroff, a Russian Story, by Professor J. F. Hodgetts [B.O.A.] 2957]
Ivan Ilyitch and other Stories, by Lyof N. Tolstoi' ........................ 3O9iX

Ivanhoe, a Romance of the Days of Richard Coeur de Lion and

Robin Hood, by Sir Walter Scott ............... 904, 952X and togi-2Z

I've been Thinking, or the Secret of Success, by A. S. Roe ............. 273 iX

Ivors, or the Two Cousins, by Elizabeth M. Sewell ...1039, 1042 and 2844X
Ixion in Heaven, by the Earl of Beaconsfield ............... 132,



JABEZ Oliphant [Eraser's Magazine, v. 79}. 689}

Jack and Jill, by Louisa May Alcott 3&6X

Jack and John, their Friends and their Fortunes, by Mis. Eiloart

[Boys' Own Annual, v. i] 2951!

Jack Archer, a Tale of the Crimea, by George A. Henty 339 and 34oX

Jack Brag, by Theodore Hook I253X

Jack Chaloner, or the Fighting Forty- Third, by James Grant 933^

Jack Doyle's Daughter, by R. E. Francillon [All Year Round, v. 47] , i8o7j

Jack Hamilton's Luck [Once a Week, v. 32] 22g2j

Jack Hinton the Guardsman, by Charles Lever 744, 761 and 2672X

Jack of all Trades, by Charles Reacle [Harper's Monthly, v. 16] I59&J

See also Every Boy's Annual, 1867, 1302!!.

Jack o'Lantern [Le Feu Follet], or The Privateer, by J. F. Cooper 325X
Jack Sheppard [Escapes from Newgate, &c.], by William Harrison

Ainsworth 75^

Jack the Fisherman, by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps 296oX

Jack the Giant Killer, the Fairy Tale [Home Treasury of Old Story

Books] . 2863X

Jack the Giant Killer, a Novel, by Miss Thackeray [Cornhill, v. 16] 296]

See also Living As;e, v. 95, 31257.

Jack Tier, or the Florida Reef, by J, Fenimore Cooper -.303 and 2553X

Jackanapes, by Juliana Horatia Ewing 8j6X

Jack's Courtship, a Sailor's Yarn of Love and Friendship, by W.

Clark Russell i662X

See also Longman's Magazine, v. 3, 8937.

Jack's Father, by Wt E. Norris [Murray's Magazine, v. 3] 1 4&3]

Jack's Sister ! or Womanly past Question [Once a Week, v. 30] 2290}"

Jacob Faithful, by Captain Frederick Marryat 799, 808, 8il and 2325X

Jacob Witherby, or Need of Patience, by Agnes Giberne I92OX

Jacquerie, The, or the Lady and the Page, by G. P. R. James 2642X

Jacques Bonneval [Sunday at Home, v. 14] 2864J

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JAM



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JAM:



JAMES (George Payne R., Historical Novelist, b. 1801, d. 1860) :



A Whim 2654X

Agincourt 2621 & 2QI2X

Ancient Regime 693X

Arabella Stuart 2656X

ArrahKeil 26$8X

Attila 689, 698 & 2663X

Beauchamp ... 263 iX

Bertrand de la Croix 228iX

Black "Eagle 2624X

Book of the Passions, &c. . . 7coX
Bride of Landeck [Harper] 1585}

Brigand, The 2615 & 2913^

Castle of Ehrenstein 2622 & 29I4X

Castelneau 683, 693 & 2664X

Charles Tyrrell 687, 2620 & 2gi5X

Commissioner, The 2265X

Convict, The 2628X

Corse de Leon 695 & 6g6X

Dark Scenes of History... 264iX
Darnley, or the Field of the

Cloth of Gold I345X

Delaware 2647X

De L'Orme 265;X

Eva St. Clair 266oX

False Heir 2646X

Fate 692X

Forest Days 684 & 266;X

Forgery, The 680 & 2634X

Gentleman of the Old

School.

Gipsy, The 2617 &

Cowrie 2659X

Heidelberg 690 & 2653X

Henry Master ton..... 685 & 265iX

Henry of Guise 2662X

N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.
JAMES (Henry, Jun., Essayist, <&Y., b. 1843) :



Henry Smeaton '.

Huguenot, The 2632X

Jacquerie, The 2642X

King's Highway 2623 & 29I7X

Leonora d'Orco 2627X

Life and Adventures of John

Marston Hall 699, 2618 & 29i8X

Man at Arms 688X

Margaret Graham 264OX

Mary of Burgundy 697, 2619 & 2gigX.

Morley Ernstein. 682 & 2643X

My Aunt Pontypool 2666X

One in a Thousand

681, 2616 & 292oX

Philip Augustus 694 & 2648X

Richlieu 2665X

Robber, The 2658X

Rose d'Albret 702 & 2652X

Russell 2649X

Sir Theodore Broughton

686, 701 & 266 1 X

Smuggler, The 2625 & 2655X

Step-Mother, The 2645^

Ticonderoga 2624X

Woodman, The 2644X

The following short tales also by

this author will be foflnd in

Harper's Magazine: Four

Sights of a Young Man, v.

I588J. The Garrote, v.

1588}. Governor's Lady, v.

1588}. Italian Sisters, v.

I58SJ. Love and Charcoal,

10, iSQoJ. Mysterious Occur

rence in Lambeth, v. u, is

Night in an Old Castle, >

1589.1. The Raven, v. 8, 15!



Americans

Aspern Papers [Atlantic] .. I55ij

Bostonians 2i4iX

Also Century, v. 7 i^pj

Confidence 1659^

Daisy Miller J 359X

Lady Barberina [Century]. i878J

London Life 3182 & 338oX

Louisa Pallant [Harp. v. 76] 1656}

JAMES (Marian) :

Lord of the Creation

[Living Age, v. 51] ... 308 ij



Portrait of a Lady [Macm.]. 9727

Princess Casamassima[Atln. ] 1 546!

Reverberator [Macmillan] ... 987J

Tales of Three Cities 3336X

Tragic Muse [Atlantic Mon.] I553J

Washington Square 336oX

Also Cornhill, v. 41 32iJ

Harper, v. 61 1614)

N.B See also the General
Catalogue for this Author.



Sister Anne
v. 46]



[Living Age,



James Braithwaite the Supercargo, story of his Adventures Ashore
and Afloat, by William H. G. Kii



by
See also Leisure Hour, v. 17, 2627 J.



3076J
ngston 2987X



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JAM ENGLISH SECTION. JEW

James the Second, or the Revolution of 1688, by W. Ainsworth 2501 & 29OoX

Jan Veddar's Wife, by Amelia E. Barr i884X

Jane Eyre, an Autobiography, by Charlotte Bronte 151 & I53X

Jane Sinclair, or the Fawn of Spring-Vale, by William Carleton I238X

Janet Mason's Troubles [Living Age, v. 129] 3I59J

Janet's Repentance [Living Age, v. 54] 3o84j

Japhet in Search of a Father, by Captain Marryat 793, 809 and 2325X

Jarousseau, or the Last of the Huguenots, by William Westall

[Christian World Magazine, 1886] 255!

JARVIS (M. R.), Raynham Farm [Sunday at Home, v. 36] 2886J

Jasper Deane, by John Saunders [Good Words, v. 1 8] 2i88J

Jasper Lyle, a Tale of Kafirland, by Mrs. Ward 2758 and 293OX

JEAFFRESON (J. Cordy, Barrister, &c., b. 1831) :

Hinchbrook [Fraser, v. 51] 66 ij | Rapiers of Regent's Park ... 595X
N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.

Jeanie Wilson of Lammermoor [Sunday at Home, v. 22] 2872J

JEANS (Thomas), Tommiebeg Shootings, or a Moor in Scotland ... 2668X

JEFFERIES (Richard, Naturalist, &c.) :

Green Feme Farm [Time] I49ij | Wood Magic I348X

N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.
JEFFREYS (Mrs. Arnold). See Clyde (Alton).

Jenifer, by Annie Thomas [Mrs. Pender Cudlip] I956X

See also All the Year Round, v. 51, i8nj.

JENNINGS (L. J.), Millionaire [Blackwood's Magazine, v. 133] ... 2O3J
N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.

JEPHSON (R. Mountenay), Blackmail 22OiX

Jeremy York, a Story of Old Deal, by W. Clark Russell [Cham-
bers' Journal, v. 66] I966J

JERROLD (Douglas, Dramatist, &c., b. 1803, d. 1857) :

Punch's Letters to his Son .. 7i6X

St. Giles and St. James 7 r 5X

Also Living Age, v. 4 3O34J

Shilling Magazine 723X



Cakes and Ale

Man Made of Money 7i8X

Men of Character 72iX

Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lec-



tures 7I7X



N.B. See also the General
Catalogue for this Author.

JERROLD (W. Blancharcl, Journalist, son of Douglas, b. 1826),

Christian Vagabond [Gentleman's Magazine, v. 4, N.S.] 7 2 4j

N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.

Jersey Boys, The, by Darley Dale 2399^

Jess [South African Settler Life], by Henry Rider Haggard 2327X

See also Cornhill Magazine, v. 53, 333.7.

Jessamine, by Marion Harland [Mrs. Terhune] i6ooX

Jessica's First Prayer, by Hesba Stretton [Hannah Smith] 2338X

Jessie Lynn, a Love Story [Christian World Magazine, 1878] 247J

Jessie Wilson, a Tale of Scottish Life [Sunday at Home, v. 8] 2858J

Jesuit, a Tale showing the Character and Policy of the Order, by C.

Spindler 27goX

Jet, Her Face or Her Fortune, by Mrs. Edwardes [Temp. Bar, v. 52] 1382^

Jewel of a Girl, by May Crommelin I 53 1 ^

JEWETT (S. O.), A Marsh Island [Atlantic Monthly, v. 55] I545J

JEWSBURY(G. E.), Half-Sisters 2669X

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Jezebel's Daughter [Fallen Nature, Maternal Love, &c.], by

William Wilkie Collins 6i8X

Jill [A Drive through Corsica, &c.], by E. A. Dillwyn 636X

Joan, by Rhoda Broughton 187 and !94iX

Joan Carisbroke, by Emma Jane Worboise [Mrs. E. Guyton] U75X

Joan the Maid [War in France, I5th Century], by Mrs. Charles 593^

See also Sunday Magazine, v, 15, 2465].

Joanna's Inheritance, by Mrs. Emma Marshall i?3?X

Job Singleton's Heir, by Mrs. Emma Marshall I 726X

Jock O'Hazelgreen, by Helen Mathers [Mrs. Reeve] 32i6X

John, by Mrs. Oliphant [Living Age, v. 103] 3 I 33j

See also Blackwood's Magazine, v. 106, 176].

John Barlow's Ward i66iX

John Bodewin's Testimony, by Mary Hallock Foote [Century, v. 9]. iSSiJ

John Brown and Larry Lohengrin, by William Westall 2OO5X

John Caldigate [Blackwood's Magazine, v. 123] I93J

John Deane, Historic Adventures by Land and Sea [Assassination

Plot, i ;th Century], by William II. G. Kingston 2Q88X

John Doe, by John Banim [O'Hara Family] 277 3X

John Eax, or the South [America] without a Shadow, by Albion W.

Tourgee I49OX

John Ford, his Faults and Follies, and what Came of Them, by Frank

Barrett [Cassell's Family Magazine, v. 9] 2359!

John Halifax, Gentleman, by Miss Muloch [Mrs. Craik] !57oX

John Hazel's Vengeance, by W. Stephens Hayward 1 226X

John Hesketh's Charge, by Alton Clyde [Quiver, v. 14] 3284J

John Holdsworth, by W. Clark Russell i65oX

John Inglesant [Civil War, i7th Cent. Jesuits, &c.], byj. H. Shorthouse i663X

John Law [Financial Schemes], by William Harrison Ainsworth 64X

John Marchmom's Legacy, by Miss Braddon [Mrs. Maxwell] S2oX

See also Temple Bar, v. 7, 1337.!.

John Marston Hall, or the Little Ball o'Fire, by George Payne

Rainsford James , 699, 2618 and 29i8X

John Needham's Double [a Story Founded on Fact], by Joseph Hatton 23o8X

John Vale's Guardian, by Murray [Chambers' Journal, v. 66] I966J

John Ward, Preacher [Religious Doubt, &c.]> by Margaret Deiancl I388X

John Westacott, by J. Baker 1 1 3 and 2472X

Johnny Darbyshire, a Primitive Quaker, by William Howitt 225oX

Johnny Ludlow, by Mrs. Henry Wood, first series 27 and I939X

Johnny Ludlow, by Mrs. Henry Wood, second series 28X

Johnny Ludlow, by Mrs. Henry Wood, third series 3I29X

See also Argosy, v. 1-44, i-44j.

JOHNSON (Colonel), White Fawn, a North American Story 225oX

JOHNSON (Samuel, LexicograpJier, err., b. 1709,^. 1/84) :

Rasselas 2253X1 The Prince of Abyssinia 1415^

N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.

JOHNSTONE (Mrs.), Clan Albyn [a Scotch National Tale] 267oX

See also Temple Bar, v. 20, 1350].

JOHNSTONE (Mrs.), Editor, Edinburgh Tales. See under Titles 225oX

Joint Stock Banker, a Tale of the Day, by Dudley Costello I264X

JOLLY (Miss, Society Novelist, <2rY.) :

Caste 32ioX I My Son's Wife 32I2X

Mr. Arle 32iiX |

Jonathan Frock and Veronica, by Zschokke, translated by Godwin I522X

Jonathan Wild, History of, by Henry Fielding 464X

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JOS ENGLISH SECTION. KAV



Joseph Andrews, Adventures of, c., by Henry Fielding

Joseph's Coat, by David Christie Murray ................................. i666X

Joshua Taylor's Passion [Sunday Magazine, v. i] ........................ 245 1 J

Journal of a Home Life, by Elizabeth M. Sewell ..................... ,.

Journey into the Interior of the Earth, by Jules Verne ..................

Journeying of the Children of Israel, by Mrs. Carey Brock .........

Jovinian, or the Early Days of Papal Rome, by William H. G.

Kingston [Quiver, v. 20] ................................................ 3 2 9J

Joy after Sorrow, by Mrs. J. H. Riddell ................................... I79 ! X

Joyce [Blackwood's Magazine, v. 141] ....................................... 2iiJ

Joyce Dormer's Story, by Jean Boncoeur [Once a Week, v. 15] ...... 2275J

Judith Shakespeare, by William Black .......................................

- See also Harper's New Monthly Magazine, v. 68, i648J.

Julamerk, a Tale of the Nestorians [Koordistan, Persia, 5th Century]

by Mrs. J. B. Webb .......................................... 1511 and

Julia, Uncle Jack, Glorious Fortune, &c., by Walter Besant .........

- See also English Illustrated Magazine, v. i, iggij.
Julian, or the Close of an Era [Louis XVI.], by L. F. Bungener ... I22QX
Julian Home, a Tale of College Life, by Frederick William Farrar 88oX
Juliet ................................................................................. I928X

Juliet's Guardians, by Mrs. H. Lovett Cameron ......................... 3iQ 8x

Junia, by Author of Estelle Russell .......................................... i665X

Jupiter Lights, by C. F. Woolson [Harper's Magazine, v. 78] ........ i658J

Just as I am, by Miss M. E. Braddon [Mrs. John Maxwell] ............. 2I$6X

Juvenile Tales for all Seasons, by M. J. MTntosh ........................ 285/X



[, or Journeyings to the Djebel Kumri, an Autobio-
graphy of Jonathan Romer, edited by W. S. Mayo... 2705 and
Kang'aroo Hunters, or Adventures in the Bush, by Anne Bowman.. !22iX

Kardoo, the Hindoo Girl [Sunday at Home, v. 15] 2865J

Kate and Rosalind, or Early Experiences 2227X

Kate Coventry, an Autobiography, byG. J. Whyte Melville 826X

See also Living Age, v. 48, 3'o78j.

Kate Ormond's Dower, by Clara L. Balfour [Quiver, v. 9] 3279J

Kate the Grandmother, by Jeremiah Gotthelf [Sunday Magazine, v. i] 245 ij

Kate Valliant, by Annie Thomas [Mrs. Fender Cudlip] 2277X

Katerfelto, a Story of Exrnoor, by G. J. Whyte Melville 834X

Katharine, a Tale of Woman's Trials, by Burbury [Family Friend] 7O5R

Katharine Ashton, by Elizabeth M. Sewell 1030, 1031 and 284oX

Katharine Regina, by Walter Besant 2211 and 26i2X

Katherine Earle, by Adeline Trafton [Scribner's Monthly, v. 7] i^57j

Kathleen, the Story of a Home [Sunday at Home, v. 29] 2879J

Kathleen's Handful, by Margaret Roberts [Girls' Own Annual, v. 1 1] 256iJ
Katie Stewart, a True Story, by Mrs. Oliphant [Blackwood, v. 72] 142]"
See also Living Age, v. 36, 3o66J.

KAVANAGH (Julia, Irish Novelist, b. 1824) :

Sybil's Second Love 2o83X | Two Lilies i668X and IQ98X

N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.

Kavanag-h, by Henry \Vadsworth Longfellow I366X

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KEA GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. KIN



KEARY (Annie, Serial Writer, &c.)
Castle Daly [Macmillan's

Magazine, v. 29] 959J



Doubting Heart [Mac., v. 38] 968!

Also Living Age, v. 137 3*67}

York and Lancaster Rose... I696X



N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.
KEDDIE (Mrs. Henrietta). See Tytler (Sarah).
KEENE (H. G.), St. George, His Cross, an Episode in the Channel

Islands 1332, 2443 and 30

See also Guernsey Magazine, v. 14, 2394.7.

KEITH (Leslie [Keith Johnston], Serial Writer, <SrY.) :



Alasnam's Lady 22I9X

Great Grandmamma Severn 2647]



Simple Maiden 27g8X

Surrender 1671 and 3353X



Uncle Bob's Niece [All the
Year Round , v. 60] 1 820}"



Of all Degrees [S. at H.] 2886J
Ralph Ellison's Opportu-
nity [Sunday at Home] 2885}

KEITH (Nellie), Stella [Time Magazine, v. 8] 1498;

Kelly's and the O'Kelly's, by Anthony Trollope 1105 and II22X

Kenelm Chillingly, his Adventures and Opinions, by Lord Lytton... 25 iX
Kenilworth [Amy Robsart, Elizabeth and Leicester], by Sir Walter

Scott 910, 958, 994X and IO5I-3Z

KENNARD(Mrs. A.), Helene i93iX

KENNEDY (G., />. 1782, d. 1825), Father Clement ....I287X and I557Z

KEON (Miles Gerald), Harding, the Money-Spinner 1975^

Kept in the Dark, by Anthony Trollope iiSiX

See also Good Words, v, 23, 21937.

KER (Mrs. Ann\ Edric the Forester, or the Mysteries of the

Haunted Chamber [Romancist and Novelists' Library] 228iJ

KER (David, Writer for Boys] :

Drowned Gold, a Boy's Adventures on the West Coast of Africa 2958!
For Life and Death, or the Chief of the Red Sword [B.O.A.]... 2962 j
Ilderim the Afghan, a Tale of the Indian Border [Boys' Annual] 2958!
Red Fingered Cyril, or the Russian Prince and the Tartar Boy.... 2959}
Through the Darkness, or the Conquest of Angola [Boys' Annual] 2961)

Keraban the Inflexible, part I, the Captain of the Gtiidara ; part 2,

Searpante the Spy, by Jules Verne IO24X

See also Every Boy's Annual, 1886, 1305!!.

KETTLE (Rosa Mackenzie, Writer of Tales of the Sea Coasl,



Fabian's Tower !36oX

Last Mackenzie of Red-

castle 326oX



Sea and Moor 32I3X

Smugglers and Foresters !37iX

Wreckers. . , 1 379X



Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin, presenting the Original Facts and Docu-
ments upon which the Story is Founded

Khan's Tale [Persians, Arabs, &c.], by James Baillie Eraser

Kickleburys on the Rhine, by W. M. Thackeray 1086 and

Kilmeny, by William Black 5icX

Kindness in Women, by Thomas Haynes Bayly 25I5X

KING- (Alice, Serial Writer, <SrY.) :



Fettered yet Free 3249X



Twice Loved



From Strength to Strength 2552J
KING (Florence M.), Man of the Name of John [Cassell's Magazine] 2362

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KIN



ENGLISH SECTION.



KIN



KING (Richard Ashe [Basil], Serial Writer, &c.} :

A Coquette's Conquest ... 3i;oX | Leal Lass [All Year R., v. 62] i822j

King and the Cobbler [Home Treasury of Old Story Books] 2863X

King Arthur [Duties of Parents to Children], by Miss Muloch 225 iX

King Solomon's Mines, by Rider Haggard 2136, 2453, 2455 and 3O26X

King's Daughter, by Isabella Fyvie Mayo [Girls' Own Annual, v. 5] 2555J
King's Highway [William and Mary Fenwick Conspiracy, I7th

Century], by George Payne Rainsford James 2623 and 29I/X

King's O\vn [Mutiny at the Nore, 1797], by Captain Marryat 798, 813 & 2325X

King's Own Borderers [Peninsular Campaign], by James Grant 94oX

King's Servants [R.T.S.], by Hesba Stretton [Hannah Smith] 2339X

King's Service, a Story of the Thirty Years' War [Sun. at H., v. 31] 2881!
Kingsdene, by Mrs. F. Lacy i676X

KINGSLEY (Charles, Canon of Chester, b. 1819, d. 1875) :

Alton Locke 737, 738, 2671, 3038X Water Babies 734^

Hereward the Wake 736 & 3O36X ^ &0 Macmillan's Magazine, v. 6 936J

^4 /w Good Words, v. 6 .... 2i 7 6J Living Age, v. 75 ...... 3 .o 5 J

Hypatia 733X Westward Ho ! 735 & 3<>34X

Also Eraser's Magazine, v. 45 655] Yeast 73O, 2876 & 3O37X

Sir Amyas Leigh 735^ Also Fraser ' s Magazine, v. 38 .. 648.7.

Two Vpnrc: Acrn'T'ZT 72? fr -in" 1 C Y N.B. See also the General

rs Ago 7.5 1 , 732 cV 3035 A Catalogue for this Author.

KINGSLEY (Henry, Brother of Above, b. 1830, d. 1876) :

Austin Elliot I374X Old Margaret I4O3X

Geoffrey Hamlyn !385^ Ravenshoe [Macmillan, v. 3] 933J

Harveys i67X Reginald Hetherege i4iiX

Hillyars and the Burtons.. 939! Silcote of Silcotes [Macmil-

Hornby Mills I4O4X Ian 's Magazine, v. 14] ... 944!

Leighton House !397^ Stretton 1407^

Number Seventeen I 4 I 3^

KINGSTON (William H. G., Writer of Books of Adventure,
Travel and Instruction, for Boys, b. 1814, d. 1880):

Adrift in a Boat 2975X John Deane

Adventures Afloat, or the Jovinian, or the Early Days

Story of a Supercargo... 2953J of Papal Rome [Quiver] 32goJ

Afar in the Forest 2976X Maiden May [Leisure H.].... 2633^

Dick Cheveley 34 1 & 342X Mark Seaworth 298^

Fred Markham in Russia.. 2977X Marmaduke Merry 29goX

From Powder Monkey to Missing Ships 299 iX

Admiral 2978X My First Voyage to Southern

Also Boys' Own Annual, v. i 2951 J Seas 2992X

Golden Grasshopper 244^X OldTack 2994X

Heir of Kilfinnan 2g8oX On the Banks of the Amazon 2995X

Hendricks the Hunter 298 iX Our Sailors 163 2996X

Hetty [Oncea Wk.,v. 20] 228oJ Our Soldiers 2997X

Hurricane Hurry I58X p a ddy Finn 2ggSX

Idiot of Dixmuyde [Qvr.]. 3287J Pau i Gerard, the Cabin Boy 1301 H

. In New Granada ... 160 & 2g8^X Peter the Whaler 299gX

In the Rocky Mountains... 2984X Peter Trawl 3OOCX

In the Wilds of Africa ... 2g8$X.

In the Wilds of Florida . . . 2 9 S6X Also Boys Own Annua1 ' v " 2 " ' 2952j

James Braithwaite 2gSjX Reginald Warrender[E.B. A. ] I3O2H

A Iso Leisure Hour, v. 1 7 . . . . 2 6 27 J Rival Crusoes 1 6 1 &



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Story of Adventure by
Land and Sea [Boys'

Own Annual] 2 95J

Also Leisure Hour, v. 20 .. 2630]



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