At the Circulating Library Author Information: John Mason Neale

Author: John Mason Neale (1818–1866)

Biography: Church of England clergyman and author. See entry in DNB or Sutherland.

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References: DNB; Sutherland

Fiction Titles:

  1. Herbert Tresham: A Tale of the Great Rebellion.  1 vol.  London: Rivington, 1843.
  2. Ayton Priory: or, The Restored Monastery.  1 vol.  Cambridge: Deightons, 1843.
  3. Agnes de Tracy: A Tale of the Times of St. Thomas of Canterbury.  1 vol.  Cambridge: Thomas Stevenson, 1843.
  4. Shepperton Manor: A Tale of the Times of Bishop Andrewes.  1 vol.  London: W. J. Cleaver, 1845.
  5. Duchenier: or, The Revolt of La Vendée.  1 vol.  London: Joseph Masters, 1848.
  6. The Egyptian Wanderers: A Story for Children, of the Great Tenth Persecution.  1 vol.  London: Joseph Masters, 1854.
  7. Theodora Phranza: or, The Fall of Constantinople.  1 vol.  London: Joseph Masters, 1857.
  8. The Exiles of the Cebenna: A Journal Written during the Decian Persecution, by Aurelius Gratianus, Priest of the Church of Arles; and Now done into English.  1 vol.  London: J. H. and J. Parker, 1859.
  9. The Lazar-House of Leros: A Tale of the Eastern Church in the Seventeenth Cetury.  1 vol.  London: J. H. and J. Parker, 1859.
  10. The Lily of Tiflis: A Sketch from Georgian Church History.  1 vol.  London: J. H. and J. Parker, 1859.
  11. Lucia's Marriage: or, The Lions of Wady-Araba. A Story of the Idumaean Desert.  1 vol.  London: J. H. and J. Parker, 1860.
  12. The Quay of the Dioscuri: A History of Nicene Times; Written in Greek, by Macrius, Merchant of Tunnies and Palamydes; and now Translated from two Alexandrian Manuscripts.  1 vol.  London: J. H. and J. Parker, 1860.
  13. The Sea-Tigers: A Tale of Mediaeval Nestorianism.  1 vol.  London: J. H. and J. Parker, 1860.
  14. Larache: A Tale of the Portuguese Church in the Sixteenth Century.  1 vol.  London: J. H. and J. Parker, 1861.
  15. Dores de Gualdim: A Tale of the Portuguese Revolution of 1640.  1 vol.  London: J. H. and J. Parker, 1866.