Author Information At the Circulating Library

Author: Mary Howitt (1799–1888)

Alternate Name(s): Botham (maiden name)

Biography: Writer and translator. Wife of novelist William Howitt. See entry in DNB or Sutherland.

Groups:

References: DNB; Sutherland

Titles:

  1. Wood Leighton: or, A Year in the Country.  3 vol.  London: Bentley, 1836.
  2. Tales in Prose: For the Young.  1 vol.  London: William Darton and Son, 1836.
  3. Strive and Thrive: A Tale.  1 vol.  London: Thomas Tegg, 1840.
  4. Hope On! Hope Ever!: or, The Boyhood of Felix Law.  1 vol.  London: Thomas Tegg, 1840.
  5. Which is the Wiser: or, The People Abroad. A Tale for Youth.  1 vol.  London: Thomas Tegg, 1842.
  6. No Sense like Common Sense: or, Some Passages in the Life of Charles Middleton, Esq.  1 vol.  London: Thomas Tegg, 1843.
  7. Alice Franklin: A Tale. Another Part of "Sowing and Reaping".  1 vol.  London: Thomas Tegg, 1843.
  8. My Uncle the Clockmaker: A Tale.  1 vol.  London: Thomas Tegg, 1844.
  9. The Two Apprentices: A Tale for Youth.  1 vol.  London: Thomas Tegg, 1845.
  10. My Own Story: or, The Autobiography of a Child.  1 vol.  London: Thomas Tegg, 1845.
  11. Who Shall be Greatest?: A Tale.  1 vol.  London: Thomas Tegg, 1845.
  12. The Cost of Caergwyn.  3 vol.  London: Hurst and Blackett, 1864.