At the Circulating Library Author Information: Charles Henry Ross

Author: Charles Henry Ross (1835–1897)

Biography: Magazine editor and cartoonist. See entry in DNB or Sutherland.

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References: DNB; Sutherland

Fiction Titles:

  1. The Strange Adventures of Two Single Gentlemen: A Big Black Box, and a Green Cotton Umbrella; with Some Particulars respecting a Young Lady in Curl-Papers.  1 vol.  London: George Goody, 1864.
  2. The Strange Career of Thomas Gander and his Friend and Tutor Doctor Quack: Being a True Relation of their Wonderful Adventures and Extraordinary Discoveries in London-town and Elsewhere.  1 vol.  London: John Maxwell, 1865.
  3. The Great Gun: An Eccentric Biography.  1 vol.  London: Ward, Lock, 1865.
  4. The Eldest Miss Simpson: Her Haps and Mishaps; her Offers and Engagements; her Grandest Success and Most Woeful Failure.  1 vol.  London: Ward, Lock, 1866.
  5. A Seaside Sensation at Whilkington-Super-Mare: Being the Story of a Runaway Couple, a Long-Lost Child, and a Young Person who Found her own Tea and Sugar.  1 vol.  London: Routledge, 1866.
  6. A Week with Mossoo: with a Weakness for Mamselle.  1 vol.  London: Routledge, 1867.
  7. The Extraordinary Adventures of a Young Lady's Wedding Bonnet, up the Rhine, over the Alps, and among the Italian Banditti, being an Episode in the Li.  1 vol.  London: Ward, Lock, 1867.
  8. The Pretty Widow: A Novel.  2 vol.  London: Tinsley Brothers, 1868.
  9. A London Romance.  3 vol.  London: Tinsley Brothers, 1869.
  10. The Story of a Honeymoon.  1 vol.  London: J. C. Hotten, 1869.
  11. A Private Inquiry: A Novel.  3 vol.  London: Tinsley Brothers, 1870.
  12. Hush Money: A Life Drama in Four Acts.  1 vol.  London: John Dicks, 1871.
  13. Lovely Angelina: Being the Story of an Extraordinary Love Affair Confidentially Communicated by Several Persons, and Collected and Published (Without Permission).  1 vol.  London: C. H. Clarke, 1874.
  14. The Twopenny Twins: A Domestic Drama for Home Reading. Performed by Major Penny, and a Numerous Staff of Auxiliaries.  1 vol.  London: Judy Office, 1877.