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A Database of Victorian Fiction, 1837–1901

A Database of Victorian Fiction, 1837–1901

Publisher: Ward and Lock in 1865

Titles published by Ward and Lock in the year 1865:

  1. Gustave Aimard.  The Rebel Chief: A Tale of Guerilla Life.  1 vol.
  2. Gustave Aimard.  Stoneheart: A Romance.  1 vol.
  3. Anonymous.  The Border Hunters: or, The Maid of the Farm.  1 vol.
  4. Anonymous.  The Black Monk's Curse: A Tale of Justice.  1 vol.
  5. Anonymous.  The Cotton Planter's Daughter: A Domestic Story.  1 vol.
  6. Anonymous.  The Foundlings: A Tale of Mystery.  1 vol.
  7. Anonymous.  The Fire Demon: A Tale of Terror.  1 vol.
  8. Anonymous.  Henry Morgan: or, The Knight of the Black Flag.  1 vol.
  9. Anonymous.  The Maniac's Secret: A Tale.  1 vol.
  10. Anonymous.  The Mountain Outlaws: A Tale of Indian Life.  1 vol.
  11. Anonymous.  The Niche in the Wall: A Tale of Terror.  1 vol.
  12. Anonymous.  Nick Whiffles: or, The Man of the Mountains.  1 vol.
  13. Anonymous.  The Ocean Love-Chase: or, The Shell-Hunter.  1 vol.
  14. Anonymous.  The Stealing of the Princes Ernest and Albert of Saxony: From the Former of Whom the Prince of Wales Traces his Descent. A Trut Story of the Middle Ages.  1 vol.
  15. Anonymous.  The Queen of the Rangers: A Tale of Indian Life.  1 vol.
  16. Anonymous.  The Rover's Daughter: A Tale of the Sea.  1 vol.
  17. Anonymous.  The Smuggler's Mystery: A Tale of Adventure.  1 vol.
  18. Anonymous.  Major Jack Downing of the Downingville Militia.  1 vol.
  19. Ned Buntline.  The War-Eagle: or, The Scourge of the Mohawk.  1 vol.
  20. Fanny Fern.  Fanny Fern's New Stories for Children.  1 vol.
  21. May Agnes Fleming.  The Midnight Queen: A Tale of the Plague.  1 vol.
  22. James Greenwood.  The Adventures of Seven Four-footed Foresters, Narrated by Themselves.  1 vol.
  23. Charles Henry Ross.  The Great Gun: An Eccentric Biography.  1 vol.
  24. Edward Yardley.  Fantastic Stories.  1 vol.