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At the Circulating Library

A Database of Victorian Fiction, 1837–1901

A Database of Victorian Fiction, 1837–1901

Publisher: Cassell in 1885

Titles published by Cassell in the year 1885:

  1. Thomas Archer.  By Fire and Sword: A Story of the Huguenots.  1 vol.
  2. Annie Bradshaw.  A Crimson Stain.  1 vol.
  3. George Manville Fenn.  Morgan's Horror: A Romance of the "West Countree".  1 vol.
  4. Henry Frith.  For Queen and King: or, The Loyal 'Prentice. A Story of Old London.  1 vol.
  5. Julia Bachope Goddard.  Ursula's Stumbling-Block: or, "Pride comes before a Fall".  1 vol.
  6. H. Rider Haggard.  King Solomon's Mines.  1 vol.
  7. Henry Harland.  As It Was Written: A Jewish Musician's Story.  1 vol.
  8. James Frederick Hodgetts.  The Champion of Odin: or, Viking Life in the Days of Old. A Tale.  1 vol.
  9. Lewis Hough.  For Fortune and Glory: A Story of the Soudan War.  1 vol.
  10. Madeline Bonavia Hunt.  The Two Hardcastles: or, "A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed".  1 vol.
  11. John Conroy Hutcheson.  On Board the "Esmeralda": or, Martin Leigh's Log. A Sea Story.  1 vol.
  12. Richard Jefferies.  After London: or, Wild England.  1 vol.
  13. Joseph Johnson.  Ruth's Life-Work: or, "No Pains, no Gains".  1 vol.
  14. Emma Marshall.  No. XIII: or, The Story of the Lost Vestal.  1 vol.
  15. Talbot Baines Reed.  "Follow my Leader": or, The Boys of Templeton. A School Story.  1 vol.
  16. Annie S. Swan.  Adam Hepburn's Vow: A Tale of Kirk and Covenant.  1 vol.
  17. Maggie Symington.  Trixy: or, "Those who Live in Glass Houses Shouldn't Throw Stones".  1 vol.