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At the Circulating Library

A Database of Victorian Fiction, 1837–1901

A Database of Victorian Fiction, 1837–1901

Publisher: Blackie in 1885

Titles published by Blackie in the year 1885:

  1. Thomas Archer.  Miss Grantley's Girls, and the Stories She Told Them.  1 vol.
  2. Magdalen Harriet Mary Capes.  Two Little Brothers.  1 vol.
  3. George Manville Fenn.  Menhardoc: A Story of Cornish Nets and Mines.  1 vol.
  4. George Manville Fenn.  A Terrible Coward, and Son Philip.  1 vol.
  5. George Manville Fenn.  Bunyip Land: The Story of a Wild Journey in New Guinea.  1 vol.
  6. F. Bayford Harrison.  Brothers in Arms: A Story of the Crusades.  1 vol.
  7. George Alfred Henty.  In Freedom's Cause: A Story of Wallace and Bruce.  1 vol.
  8. George Alfred Henty.  St. George for England: A Tale of Cressy and Poitiers.  1 vol.
  9. George Alfred Henty.  True to the Old Flag: A Tale of the American War of Independence.  1 vol.
  10. John Conroy Hutcheson.  The Wreck of the Nancy Bell: or, Cast Away on Kerguelen Land.  1 vol.
  11. William Joseph Cosens Lancaster.  The Pirate Island: A Story of the South Pacific.  1 vol.
  12. Emma Leslie.  Tom Watkins' Mistake.  1 vol.
  13. Emma Leslie.  Gytha's Message: A Tale of Saxon England.  1 vol.
  14. Mary Anna Paull.  My Mistress the Queen: A Tale of the Seventeenth Century.  1 vol.
  15. Mary Catherine Rowsell.  Traitor or Patriot?: A Tale of the Rye-House Plot.  1 vol.
  16. Mary Catherine Rowsell.  The Pedlar and his Dog.  1 vol.
  17. Esmé Stuart.  Miss Fenwick's Failures: or, Peggy Pepper-Pot.  1 vol.
  18. Annie S. Swan.  Warner's Chase: or, The Gentle Heart.  1 vol.
  19. Annie S. Swan.  Holidays at Sunnycroft.  1 vol.
  20. Kate Wood.  Winnie's Secret: A Story of Faith and Patience.  1 vol.