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The West Indian: a Comedy (1771) [Cumberland]
“The Abbé Georgel”, Edinburgh Review (September 1818) [Smith]
L'Abbesse de Castro [Vittoria Accaramboni, duchesse de Bracciano. Les Cenci.] (1840) [Stendhal]
“Abbot M'Kinnon”, The Queen's Wake (1813) [Hogg]
The Abbot (1820) [Scott]
“Abbotsford Notanda”, Life of Sir Walter Scott: with Abbotsford Notanda by Robert Carruthers (1871) [Carruthers]
Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey (1835) [Irving]
“The Abencerrages”, Tales, and Historic Scenes, in Verse (1819) [Hemans]
The Aboriginal Britons, a Poem (1791) [Richards]
An Abridgment of Mr. Baxter's History of his Life and Times: with an Account of many others of those Worthy Ministers who were ejected after the Restauration of King Charles the Second (1702) [Calamy]
An Abridgment of The Light of Nature pursued (1807) [Hazlitt]
Absalom and Achitophel: a Poem (1681) [Dryden]
“Absence”, New Monthly Magazine (February 1821) [Campbell]
“Absence. A Farewell Ode on Quitting School for Jesus College, Cambridge”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
The Absent Apothecary: a Farce in Two Acts (1813) [Smith]
“The Absentee”, Tales of Fashionable Life (1809-1812) [Edgeworth]
“Absenteeism”, New Monthly Magazine (June-August 1824) [Morgan]
Abuses Stript, and Whipt. Or, Satirical Essayes (1613) [Wither]
Academic Annals, 1804-5 (1805) [Hoare]
Academical Questions (1805) [Drummond]
An Account of the Last Illness, Decease, and post mortem Appearances of Napoleon Bonaparte. To which is added a Letter from Dr. Arnott to Lieutenant-General Sir Hudson Lowe, giving a succinct Statement of Napoleon Bonaparte's Disease and Demise (1822) [Arnott]
An Account of Travels into the Interior of southern Africa, in the years 1797 and 1798 (1801-1804) [Barrow]
An Account of the War in India, between the English and French, on the coast of Coromandel, from 1750 to the year 1760 (1761) [Cambridge]
An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales: with Remarks on the Dispositions, Customs, Manners, &c. of the Native Inhabitants of that Country (1798-1802) [Collins]
An Account of the Kingdom of Caubul, and its Dependencies in Persia, Tartary, and India; comprising a View of the Afghaun Nation, and a History of the Dooraunee Monarchy (1815) [Elphinstone]
An Account of Discoveries in Lycia, being a Journal kept during a second Excursion in Asia Minor (1841) [Fellows]
An Account of the Life and Writings of James Beattie, including many of his Original Letters (1807) [Forbes]
“An Account of the Revolution of Naples during the Years 1798, 1799”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1821) [Foscolo]
An Account of the Origin, Principles, Proceedings, & Results, of an Institution for Teaching Adults to Read: established in the contiguous parts of Bucks and Berks, in 1814 (1814) [Goddard]
An Account of the Seminary that will be opened on Monday the fourth day of August: At Epsom in Surrey, for the Instruction of Twelve Pupils in the Greek, Latin, French, and English Languages (1783) [Godwin]
An Account of some of the most important Diseases peculiar to Women (1829) [Gooch]
Account of a Voyage of Discovery to the West Coast of Corea, and the great Loo-Choo Island: with an Appendix, containing Charts, and various Hydrographical and Scientific Notices (1818) [Hall]
An Account of the Voyages undertaken by the Order of His present Majesty for making Discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere: and successively performed by Commodore Byron, Captain Wallis, Captain Carteret, and Captain Cook, in the Dolphin, the Swallow, and the Endeavor, drawn up from the Journals which were kept by the several Commanders, and from the Papers of Joseph Banks, Esq. (1773) [Hawkesworth]
An Account of the Empire of Marocco, and the District of Suse; compiled from Miscellaneous Observations made during a long Residence in and various Journies through, these Countries (1809) [Jackson]
“Account of the Pindarries”, Quarterly Review (January 1818) [Jerdan]
An Account of the Life of Mr Richard Savage, son of the Earl Rivers (1744) [Johnson]
An Account of the Kingdom of Nepaul, being the Substance of Observations made during a Mission to that Country, in the year 1793 (1811) [Kirkpatrick]
An Account of the Remains of the Worship of Priapus: lately existing at Isernia, in the Kingdom of Naples: in two Letters, one from Sir William Hamilton, K.B. His Majesty's Minister at the Court of Naples, to Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. President of the Royal Society, and the other from a Person residing at Isernia: to which is added, A Discourse on the Worship of Priapus, and its connexion with the Mystic Theology of the Ancients (1786) [Knight]
An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians written in Egypt during the years 1833-34, and-35 (1836) [Lane]
An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific Ocean: with an original Grammar and Vocabulary of their Language (1817) [Mariner]
“Account of a MS History of Scotland; by Sir George Mackenzie”, Blackwood's Magazine (June 1817) [McCrie]
An Account of Denmark, as it was in the Year 1692 (1694) [Molesworth]
Account of the Life and Writings of James Bruce (1808) [Murray]
An Account of the Cape of Good Hope: containing an Historical View of its Original Settlement by the Dutch, its Capture by the British in 1795, and the different Policy pursued there by the Dutch and British Governments (1804) [Percival]
“Account of the Steam Engine”, Edinburgh Review (January 1809) [Playfair]
An Account of some of the Statues, Bas-reliefs, Drawings and Pictures in Italy, &c. with Remarks (1722) [Richardson]
“Account of the Poems of Patrick Carey, a Poet of the 17th Century”, Edinburgh Annual Register (1810) [Scott]
“Periodical Accounts relative to the Baptist Missionary Society”, Quarterly Review (February 1809) [Southey]
Account of the Life and Writings of Thomas Reid, D.D. F.R.S (1802) [Stewart]
Account of the Life and Writings of William Robertson, D.D., F.R.S.E. late Principal of the University of Edinburgh, and Historiographer to His Majesty for Scotland (1801) [Stewart]
Account of the Numbers and Sufferings of the Clergy of the Church of England, Heads of Colleges, Fellows, Scholars, &c., who were sequester'd, harrass'd, &c. in the late times of the Grand Rebellion (1714) [Walker]
“An Account of the Life of Mr. Park”, The Journal of a Mission to the Interior of Africa in the Year 1805 (1815) [Whishaw]
“Accounts of the Tonga Islands”, Quarterly Review (April 1817) [Southey]
The Accusations of History against the Church of Rome: examined in Remarks on the Principal Observations in the work of Mr. Charles Butler, entitled the Book of the Roman Catholic Church (1825) [Townsend]
“Acerbi's Travels”, Annual Review for 1802 (1803) [Southey]
Acta Sanctorum Ordinis S. Benedicti (1668-1701) [Mabillon]
Actes and Monuments of these latter and perillous Dayes, touching Matters of the Church, wherein ar comprehended and described the great Persecutions & horrible Troubles, that have bene wrought and practised by the Romishe Prelates (1563) [Foxe]
The Actis and Deidis of Schir W. Wallace, Knicht (1570) [Hary]
Ad viri reverendi Conier. Middletoni S.T.P. de medicorum apud veteres romanos degentium conditione dissertationem, qua servilem atque ignobilem eam fuisse contendit, responsio (1727) [Ward]
Ada Reis: a Tale (1823) [Lamb]
Adam, the Gardener (1834) [Clarke]
Adam Bede (1859) [Eliot]
“Adam Blair”, Blackwood's Magazine (March 1822) [Mackenzie]
Adam Brown, the Merchant (1843) [Smith]
L'Adamo (1613) [Andreini]
Additional Observations on Penal Jurisprudence, and the Reformation of Criminals; containing Remarks on Prison Discipline, in reply to an Article in the Edinburgh Review, and on the Punishment of Criminals by Solitary Confinement, as proposed in some of the United States of America (1823) [Roscoe]
“Additional Observations on the Greek Accents”, Two tracts on the following subjects: I. Additional Observations on the Greek Accents: by the late Edward Spelman, Esq. II. The Voyage of Æneas from Troy to Italy: by the Rev. Mr. Lemon (1773) [Spelman]
“Address to the Unco Guid”, Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1787) [Burns]
“Address, Spoken at the Opening of Drury-lane Theater Saturday, October 10th, 1812”, Childe Harold (1812-1818) [Byron]
“Address intended to be recited at the Caledonian Meeting”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
Address to the Students of the Royal Academy, delivered before the General Assembly at the annual distribution of Prizes, 10th December, 1823 (1824) [Lawrence]
“Address of G.. H. to the last Lamp of Grafton's Alley in the City of Cork”, Literary Gazette (24 June 1820) [Maginn]
An Address to the Senate of the University of Cambridge: occasioned by the Proposal to introduce in that place an Auxiliary Bible Society ([1811]) [Marsh]
Address delivered at the Anniversary Meeting of the Geological Society of London, on the 17th of February, 1843 (1843) [Murchison]
Address to the English Nation (1791) [Rabaut]
An Address, delivered before the Proprietors of the Botanic Garden in Liverpool, previous to opening the Garden, May 3, 1802 (1802) [Roscoe]
An Address to the Clergy of the United Church of England and Ireland, on behalf of the Roman Catholic Claims, exposing the Culpability and Danger of resisting those Claims and suggesting a Plan for their immediate Settlement (1829) [Shannon]
An Address, to the Irish People (1812) [Shelley]
“Address from the Society for the Suppression of Vice”, Annual Review for 1804 (1805) [Southey]
An Address to the Right Reverend Dr. Samuel Horsley, Bishop of St. David's, on the Subject of An Apology for the Liturgy and Clergy of the Church of England (1790) [Wakefield]
“Address to a Child”, Poems by William Wordsworth (1815) [Wordsworth]
“Addressed to Haydon”, Poems by John Keats (1817) [Keats]
Adelaide, or, the Emigrants a Tragedy (1814) [Sheil]
Adèle et Théodore ou lettres sur l'éducation: contenant tous les principes relatifs aux trois différens plans d'éducation des princes, des jeunes personnes, & des hommes (1782) [Genlis]
Adèle de Sénange, ou, Lettres de Lord Sydenham (1794) [Souza]
Adelgitha; the Fruits of a Single Error: a Tragedy in Five Acts (1806) [Lewis]
Adeline Mowbray: or, the Mother and Daughter: a Tale (1805) [Opie]
“The Adieu. Written under the impression that the author would soon die”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“Admiral Lord St. Vincent”, Edinburgh Review (April 1844) [Barrow]
Adolphe (1816) [Constant]
Adonais. An Elegy on the Death of John Keats (1821) [Shelley]
“Adriani morientis ad Animam”, Miscellaneous Poems, by Several Hands. Published by D. Lewis. (1730) [Pope]
The Adventures of Abdallah Son of Hanif, who was sent by the Sultan of the Indies to discover the Fountain of Borico, which restores past Youth. Intermix’d with several curious and instructive Histories (1729) [Bignon]
Adventures of Susan Hopley, or, Circumstantial Evidence (1841) [Crowe]
The Adventures of Ulysses (1808) [Lamb]
The Adventures of Hajji Baba, of Ispahan (1824) [Morier]
The Adventures of Hajji Baba, of Ispahan, in England (1828) [Morier]
The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom (1753) [Smollett]
The Adventures of Roderick Random (1748) [Smollett]
The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle. In which are included, Memoirs of a Lady of Quality (1751) [Smollett]
Advice to Young Men, and (incidentally) to Young Women, in the Middle and Higher Ranks of life: in a Series of Letters, addressed to a Youth, a Bachelor, a Lover, a Husband, a Father, a Citizen or a Subject (1829) [Cobbett]
Advice to a Young Reviewer, with a Specimen of the Art (1807) [Copleston]
Advice to Julia, a Letter in Rhyme (1820) [Luttrell]
Advice to Young Mothers on the Physical Education of their Children (1823) [Moore]
“Advice to the Clergy, by the Rev. Sydney Smith”, Monthly Magazine (January 1826) [Ogle]
Advice addressed to the Young Clergy of the Diocese of Carlisle: in a Sermon (1781) [Paley]
Aeneid (1st cent. BC) [Virgil]
The Aeneis of Virgil (1817) [Symmons]
Aeschyli, quae supersunt, fabulae et fragmenta: Eumenides (1822) [Burges]
Æschyli quae supersunt: Fabulæ et fragmenta supplices (1821) [Burges]
Aeschyli Tragoediae quae supersunt, deperditarum fabularum fragmenta (1809-1816) [Butler]
Aethiopica (250 c.) [Heliodorus]
“Affairs d'Espagne”, Quarterly Review (February 1809) [Ellis]
Africa (1341) [Petrarch]
African Memoranda: relative to an Attempt to establish a British Settlement on the Island of Bulama, on the Western Coast of Africa, in the year 1792: with a Brief Notice of the Neighbouring Tribes, Soil, Productions, &c. and some Observations on the Facility of colonizing that part of Africa, with a View to Cultivation and the Introduction of Letters and Religion to its Inhabitants, but more particularly as the Means of gradually abolishing African Slavery (1805) [Beaver]
“The African”, Sonnets, and Other Poems (1796) [Bowles]
The African Slave Trade (1839) [Buxton]
African Sketches (1834) [Pringle]
Agamemnon (450 BC c.) [Aeschylus]
The Agamemnon of Æschylus (1812) [Symmons]
The Age of Bronze; or, Carmen seculare et annus haud mirabilis (1823) [Byron]
“The Age Reviewed”, Literary Gazette (9 June 1827) [Jerdan]
“Mont Blanc, and other Poems”, Literary Gazette (18 August 1827) [Jerdan]
The Age reviewed: a Satire: in Two Parts (1827) [Montgomery]
The Age of Reason (1794) [Paine]
“Agostino della Monterosa”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (June 1823) [Malden]
Agricola (1st c.) [Tacitus]
“Agriculture of Scotland”, Edinburgh Review (November 1814) [Cleghorn]
“Agrigentum”, New Monthly Magazine (1825) [Redding]
Ahasuerus, the Wanderer: a Dramatic Legend, in Six Parts (1823) [Medwin]
Aids to Reflection in the formation of a Manly Character: on the several Grounds of Prudence, Morality, and Religion, illustrated by select Passages from our Elder Eivines, especially from Archbishop Leighton (1825) [Coleridge]
Ajace; tragedia (1829) [Foscolo]
Ajax (440 BC c.) [Sophocles]
Alaric, ou, Rome vaincuë: poëme heroïque (1659) [Scudery]
Alasco, a Tragedy in Five Acts (1823) [Shee]
Alastor or, the Spirit of Solitude, and other Poems (1816) [Shelley]
“Album Verses by Charles Lamb”, Literary Gazette (10 July 1830) [Jerdan]
Album Verses, with a few others (1830) [Lamb]
Albyn's Anthology; or, a Select Collection of the Melodies and Vocal Poetry peculiar to Scotland & the Isles, hitherto unpublished (1816-1818) [Campbell]
“Alcaic Ode”, The Poems of Mr. Gray (1775) [Gray]
The Alchemist (1612) [Jonson]
Alciphron, or, the Minute Philosopher, in Seven Dialogues: containing an Apology for the Christian Religion, against those who are called Free-thinkers (1732) [Berkeley]
Alciphron's Epistles: in which are described the Domestic Manners, the Courtesans, and Parasites of Greece (1791) [Monro]
“The Alderman's Funeral, an English Eclogue”, Edinburgh Annual Register for 1808 (1810) [Southey]
Alexander's Feast; or The Power of Musique. An Ode, in honour of St. Cecilia's Day (1697) [Dryden]
“Alfieri's Life and Writings”, Quarterly Review (January 1816) [Southey]
Alfred, an Epic Poem, in Twenty-four Books (1800) [Cottle]
Alfred; an Epic Poem, in Six Books (1801) [Pye]
The Alhambra: a Series of Tales and Sketches of the Moors and Spaniards (1832) [Irving]
Ali Pacha; or, the Signet Ring; a Melo-drama, in Two Acts ([1822]) [Payne]
Ali-Pacha: melodrame en trois actes et a grand spectacle (1822) [Pichat]
“Alison on Taste”, Edinburgh Review (May 1811) [Jeffrey]
“Alison's History of Europe”, Edinburgh Review (October 1842) [Phillipps]
All for Love, or, the World well lost (1697) [Dryden]
All the Odes of Pindar, translated from the original Greek (1810) [Girdlestone]
All the Orations for Demosthenes, pronounced to excite the Athenians against Philip King of Macedon (1756) [Leland]
All in the Wrong: a Comedy (1761) [Murphy]
All's Well that Ends Well (1623) [Shakespeare]
All for Love; and The Pilgrim to Compostella (1829) [Southey]
De l'Allemagne (1810) [Stael]
The Alliance between Church and State or, the Necessity and Equity of an Established Religion and a Test-law demonstrated (1736) [Warburton]
“Alma; or, the Progress of the Mind”, Poems on Several Occasions (1718) [Prior]
Almack's; a Novel (1826) [Hudson]
Alnwick Castle, with other Poems (1827) [Halleck]
“Alonzo the Brave, and Fair Imogene”, The Monk: a Romance (1796) [Lewis]
Altham and his Wife: a Domestic Tale (1818) [Ollier]
“To Althea, from Prison”, Lucasta; Epodes, Odes, Sonnets, Songs, etc. To which is added Aramantha, a Pastorall (1649) [Lovelace]
Altrive Tales (1832) [Hogg]
Alwyn; or, the Gentleman Comedian (1780) [Holcroft]
Amadis de Gaul, a Poem in Three Books, freely translated from the First Part of the French Version of Nicholas de Herberay, Sieur des Essars (1803) [Rose]
“Amadis de Gaul, by Southey and by Rose”, Edinburgh Review (October 1803) [Scott]
Amadis of Gaul (1803) [Southey]
Ambrose Gwinett, or, a Sea-side Story: a Melo-drama in Three Acts ([1828?]) [Jerrold]
Amelia (1752) [Fielding]
Amélie Mansfield ([1802]) [Cottin]
“Amelie Mansfield”, Quarterly Review (May 1809) [Greenfield]
“America”, Edinburgh Review (January 1820) [Smith]
“America”, Edinburgh Review (July 1824) [Smith]
American Notes for General Circulation (1842) [Dickens]
American Annals: or, a Chronological History of America, from its Discovery in MCCCCXCII to MDCCCVI (1805) [Holmes]
L'ami des enfans (1783-1784) [Berquin]
“Amicus Redivivus”, London Magazine (December 1823) [Lamb]
Aminta (1580) [Tasso]
“l’Amitié est l’Amour sans ailes”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
Among the Isles of Shoals (1873) [Thaxter]
Amoretti and Epithalamion. Written not long since by Edmunde Spenser (1595) [Spenser]
Amourettes du duc de Nemours et princesse de Clèves (1695) [La Fayette]
Amours des dames illustres de notre siècle et histoire amoureuse des Gaules (1680) [Bussy]
Amphitruo (2nd cent. BC) [Plautus]
Amyntas, a Tale of the Woods; from the Italian (1820) [Hunt]
Amyntor and Theodora: or, the Hermit; a Poem in Three Cantos (1747) [Mallet]
Anabasis (4th century BC) [Xenophon]
“Anacreontic”, Cobbett's Weekly Political Register (9 April 1803) [Canning]
Analekta Hellēnika sive Collectanea græca: ad usum academicæ juventutis accommodata (1785) [Dalzel]
The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and Course of Nature (1736) [Butler]
“Roscoe's Life of Lorenzo de' Medici”, The Analytical Review (April, December 1796) [Fuseli]
An Analytical Inquiry into the Principles of Taste (1805) [Knight]
Anastasius: or, Memoirs of a Greek; written at the close of the Eighteenth Century (1819) [Hope]
The Anatomy of Melancholy, what it is. With all the Kindes, Causes, Symptomes, Prognostickes, and severall Cures of it. In three maine Partitions with their severall Sections, Members, and Subsections. Philosophically, medicinally, historically, opened and cut up (1621) [Burton]
“Ancient Song of a Greek Exile”, New Monthly Magazine (September 1823) [Hemans]
Ancient Mysteries described, especially the English Miracle Plays, founded on Apocryphal New Testament story, extant among the unpublished Manuscripts in the British Museum (1823) [Hone]
Ancient Spanish Ballads: Historical and Romantic (1823) [Lockhart]
“Ancient and Modern Greenland”, Quarterly Review (January 1818) [Palgrave]
Ancient English Metrical Romances. Selected and published by Joseph Ritson (1802) [Ritson]
“Ancient History of Scotland”, Quarterly Review (July 1829) [Scott]
“Anderson's Mission to Sumatra”, Quarterly Review (June 1826) [Barrow]
Andromaque (1668) [Racine]
“Anecdote for Fathers”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1798) [Wordsworth]
Anecdotes of Literature and Scarce Books (1807-1812) [Beloe]
Anecdotes and History of Cranbourn Chase (1818) [Chafin]
Anecdotes, Biographical Sketches and Memoirs (1822) [Hawkins]
Anecdotes of Lord Byron: from Authentic Sources with Remarks illustrative of his Connection with the Principal Literary Characters of the Present Day (1825) [Kilgour]
“Anecdotes of Curran”, Literary Gazette (18 November 1820) [Maginn]
Anecdotes of Actors: with other desultory Recollections (1844) [Mathews]
Anecdotes of the late Samuel Johnson, LL. D. during the last twenty years of his Life (1786) [Pillans]
Anecdotes of Painting in England: with some Account of the Principal Artists: and Incidental Notes on other Arts (1782) [Walpole]
Anecdotes of Painters, who have resided or been born in England, with Critical Remarks on their Productions (1808) [Walpole]
Anecdotes of the Life of Richard Watson, Bishop of Landaff (1817) [Watson]
“The Angel of the World”, The Angel of the World; an Arabian Tale. Sebastian; a Spanish Tale: with other Poems (1822) [Croly]
“Angel Help”, New Monthly Magazine (June 1827) [Lamb]
Angelo's Pic Nic; or, Table Talk, including numerous Recollections of Public Characters, who have figured in some part or another of the Stage of Life for the last Fifty Years (1834) [Angelo]
Anglo-Catholicism: a short Treatise on the Theory of the English Church, with Remarks on its Peculiarities (1844) [Gresley]
The Anglo-Saxon Poem of Beowulf. The Travellers song and the Battle of Finnes-burh (1833) [Kemble]
Animadversions on Lord Bexley's Letter to the freeholders of Kent (1829) [Holland]
Animadversions upon the Remonstrants Defence against Smectymnuus (1641) [Milton]
Animal Mechanics: or Proofs in Design in the Animal Frame (1827-1829) [Bell]
Animal Biography, or, Anecdotes of the Lives, Manners, and Economy, of the Animal Creation: arranged according to the System of Linnaeus (1803) [Bingley]
Animal Magnetism. A Farce: of Three Acts (1789) [Inchbald]
Gli animali parlanti; poema epico diviso in ventisei canti (1802) [Casti]
Anna St. Ives: a Novel (1792) [Holcroft]
“Anna Seward on Mr. Southey's Madoc”, Gentleman's Magazine (July 1808) [Seward]
Annales typographici: ab artis inventae origine ad annvm MD post Maittairii Denisii aliorvmqve doctissimorvm virorvm cvras in ordinem redacti emendati et avcti (1793-1803) [Panzer]
Annales Minorum: in quibus res omnes trium ordinum a S. Francisco institutorum ex fide ponderosius asseruntur (1625-1654) [Wadding]
Annals of Great Britain: from the Ascension of George III, to the Peace of Amiens (1807) [Campbell]
Annals of the French Revolution; or, A chronological Account of its principal Events; with a variety of Anecdotes and Characters hitherto unpublished (1800-1802) [Dallas]
Annals of Scotland. From the Accession of Malcolm III. surnamed Canmore, to the Accession of Robert I (1776) [Dalrymple]
Annals of the Parish; or, the Chronicle of Dalmailing; during the Ministry of the Rev. Micah Balwhidder (1821) [Galt]
Annals of Ireland, Ecclesiastical, Civil and Military (1819) [Graham]
Annals of the Peninsular Campaigns from 1808 to 1814 (1829) [Hamilton]
Annals of Commerce, Manufactures, Fisheries, and Navigation: with brief Notices of the Arts and Sciences connected with them: containing the Commercial Transactions of the British Empire and other Countries (1805) [Macpherson]
Annals of the Bodleian Library, Oxford, A. D. 1598-A. D. 1867, with a Preliminary Notice of the earlier Library founded in the Fourteenth Century (1868) [Macray]
Annals (1st c.) [Tacitus]
Annals of Windsor, being a History of the Castle and Town; with some Account of Eton and Places adjacent (1858) [Tighe]
Annals and Antiquities of Rajast'han, or the Central and Western Rajpoot States of India (1829-1832) [Tod]
Anne of Geierstein: or, the Maiden of the Mist (1829) [Scott]
Anne Boleyn: a Dramatic Poem (1826) [Milman]
Annette, a Tale; with a Memoir of the Author (1852) [Deacon]
“The Anniversary”, Knight's Quarterly Review (October 1823) []
Annus Mirabilis: the Year of Wonders, 1666. An Historical Poem (1667) [Dryden]
“Anstey’s Poetical Works”, Monthly Review (June 1810) [Hodgson]
“An Answer to the Question of a Critic”, Lady Jane Grey: a Tale (1809) [Hodgson]
An Answer to a Letter to the Reverend Doctor Thomas Leland, containing, an Examination of the Criticism on a late Dissertation on the Principles of Eloquence (1765) [Leland]
The Answer given by the Gospel to the Atheism of all Ages: being Strictures suggested chiefly by the Works, styled theological of the late Thomas Paine (1819) [Mulock]
An Answer to Mr. Paine's Age of Reason, being a Continuation of Letters to the Philosophers and Politicians of France, on the Subject of Religion (1795) [Priestley]
An Answer to a Letter from Mr. John Merritt, on the Subject of Parliamentary Reform (1812) [Roscoe]
Antar, a Bedoueen Romance (1820) [Hamilton]
Anti-Tooke; or an Analysis of the Principles and Structure of Language: exemplified in the English Tongue (1824-1827) [Fearn]
The Antient and Modern State of the Parish of Cramond: to which are added, Biographical and Genealogical Collections (1794) [Wood]
Antigone (440 BC c.) [Sophocles]
The Antiquary (1816) [Scott]
The Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain, represented and illustrated in a series of Views, Elevations, Plans, Sections, and Details of various ancient English Edifices; with historical and descriptive Accounts of each (1807-1826) [Britton]
The Antiquities of Warwickshire illustrated: from Records, Leiger-books, Manuscripts, Charters, Evidences, Tombes, and Armes: beautified with Maps, Prospects and Portraictures (1656) [Dugdale]
The Antiquities of Scotland (1789-1791) [Grose]
The Antiquities of the Anglo-Saxon Church (1806) [Lingard]
Antonio: a Tragedy in Five Acts (1800) [Godwin]
Antony and Cleopatra (1623) [Shakespeare]
Aonian Hours: and other Poems (1819) [Wiffen]
Aphorisms concerning the Knowledge and Cure of Diseases (1715) [Boerhaave]
Apicus redivivus; or, The Cook's Oracle (1817) [Kitchiner]
“The Apocalypse of the Sister Nativité”, Quarterly Review (March 1826) [Southey]
The Apocryphal New Testament, being all the Gospels, Epistles, and other Pieces now extant (1820) [Hone]
“Apocryphal New Testament”, Quarterly Review (July 1821) [Rose]
An Apology for the True Christian Divinity (1678) [Barclay]
An Apology for the Life of Mr. Colley Cibber, Comedian, and late Patentee of the Theatre-Royal (1740) [Cibber]
An Apology for the Disbelief of Revealed Religion: being a Sequel to Sober and Serious Reasons for Scepticism, &c. (1799) [Hollis]
Apology (399 BC c.) [Plato]
Apology addressed to the Traveller's Club; or, Anecdotes of Monkeys (1825) [Rose]
An Apology for Tales of Terror (1799) [Scott]
An Apology for Christianity, in a Series of Letters, addressed to Edward Gibbon, Esq; Author of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (1776) [Watson]
An Apology for the Bible: in a Series of Letters addressed to Thomas Paine (1796) [Watson]
The Apostate: a Tragedy in Five Acts (1817) [Sheil]
Les apôtres (1866) [Renan]
Apparatus ad origines ecclesiasticas collectore (1635) [Montagu]
An Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs: in consequence of some late Discussions in Parliament relative to the Reflections on the French Revolution (1791) [Burke]
“An Appeal from the Shades”, London Magazine (August 1826) [Lamb]
An Appeal to the Serious and Candid Professors of Christianity: On the following Subjects. I. The Use of Reason in Matters of Religion. II. The Power of Man to do the Will of God. III. Original Sin. IV. Election and Reprobation. V. The Divinity of Christ, and VI. Atonement for Sin by the Death of Christ. (1784) [Priestley]
Appeal of One Half the Human Race, Women, against the Pretensions of the other Half, Men, to retain them in Political, and thence in Civil and Domestic, Slavery in reply to a Paragraph of Mr. Mill's celebrated “Article on Government.” (1825) [Thomson]
Appel a l'impartiale postérité, par la citoyenne Roland, femme du ministre de l'intérieur; ou Recueil des ecrits qu'elle a rédigés, pendant se détention, aux prisons de l'Abbaye et de Sainte-Pélagie (1795) [Roland]
“Applications for the Laureatship”, The Satirist (September 1814) [Jerdan]
The Apprentice: a Farce, in Two Acts (1756) [Murphy]
“Arabella Hardy: The Sea Voyage”, Mrs. Leicester's School, or, The History of several Young Ladies: related by themselves (1809) [Lamb]
Arabian Tales; or, a Continuation of the Arabian Nights Entertainments (1792) [Cazotte]
Arabiniana (1843) [Arabin]
“Arcades”, Poems of Mr. John Milton, both English and Latin (1645) [Milton]
Arcadia (1593) [Sidney]
Archaeologia Graeca (1697-1699) [Potter]
Archibald Constable and his Literary Correspondents (1873) [Constable]
“Architettura campestre”, displayed in Lodges, Gardeners' Houses, and other Buildings, composed of simple and economical Forms, in the modern or Italian Style; introducing a Picturesque Mode of Wofing (1827) [Hunt]
The Arctic Expeditions. A Poem (1818) [Porden]
Areopagitica; a Speech of Mr. John Milton for the Liberty of unlicenc'd Printing, to the Parliament of England (1644) [Milton]
“Arethusa”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
Argonautica (250 BC c.) [Apollonius]
“Arguing in a Circle”, The Liberal (1822) [Hazlitt]
Aristodemo (1787) [Monti]
Aristotle's Treatise on Poetry, translated: with Notes on the Translation, and on the Original; and Two Dissertations, on Poetical, and Musical, Imitation (1789) [Twining]
Armageddon; a Poem, in Twelve Books. The first Eight Books (1815) [Townsend]
Armata: a Fragment (1817) [Erskine]
The Armenian; or, the Ghost Seer. A History founded on Fact (1800) [Schiller]
The Armenians: a Tale of Constantinople (1830) [Macfarlane]
Armine and Elvira, a Legendary Tale (1771) [Cartwright]
Arminius: or, the Deliverance of Germany; a Tragedy (1814) [Knight]
Ars Poetica (10 BC c.) [Horace]
The Art of Preserving Health: a Poem (1744) [Armstrong]
The Art of English Poetry: containing, I. Rules for making Verses. II. A Dictionary of Rhymes. III. A Collection of the most natural, agreeable, and noble Thoughts (1702) [Bysshe]
The Art of Pleasing: a Satirical Poem with Notes (1806) [Clarke]
“Art thou pooer”, The Pleasant Comoedie of Patient Grissill (1603) [Dekker]
The Art of War: a Poem (1795) [Fawcett]
The Art of Cookery: in imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry. With some Letters to Dr. Lister, and others (1708) [King]
The Art of invigorating and prolonging Life: by Food, Clothes, Air, Exercise, Wine, Sleep, &c. and Peptic Precepts: pointing out agreeable and effectual Methods to prevent and relieve Indigestion, and to regulate and strengthen the Action of the Bowels (1821) [Kitchiner]
The Art of Deer-stalking; illustrated by a Narrative of a few Days' Sport in the Forest of Atholl, with some Account of the Nature and Habits of Red Deer, and a short Description of the Scotch Forests; Legends, Superstitions, Stories of Poachers and Freebooters (1838) [Scrope]
Arthur; or, the Northern Enchantment. A Poetical Romance, in Seven Books (1789) [Hole]
The Artificial Clock-maker: a Treatise of Watch, and Clock-work, wherein the Art of calculating Numbers for most sorts of Movements is explained to the Capacity of the Unlearned (1696) [Derham]
“Arundines Cami”, Quarterly Review (March 1842) [Milman]
As You Like It (1623) [Shakespeare]
“Ashburnham's Narrative and Vindication—misrepresentations of Clarendon”, Edinburgh Review (October 1830) [Allen]
“Ashestiel Fragment”, Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, bart. (1837-38) [Scott]
The Asiatic Miscellany: consisting of Translations, Fugitive Pieces, Imitations, Original Productions, and Extracts from Curious Publications (1787) [Chambers]
Aspersions answered: an Explanatory Statement, addressed to the Public at large, and to every Reader of the Quarterly Review in particular (1824) [Hone]
“The Assassins. A Fragment of a Romance”, Essays, Letters from Abroad, Translations and Fragments (1840) [Shelley]
Astarte: a Fragment of Truth concerning George Gordon Byron, sixth Lord Byron (1905) [Milbanke]
Astoria, or, Anecdotes of an Enterprise beyond the Rocky Mountains (1836) [Irving]
“Astraea”, Poems (1850) [Holmes]
“Astrology and Alchemy”, Quarterly Review (October 1821) [Palgrave]
L'Astrée (1607-1627) [D'Urfe]
Athalie tragédie. Tirée de l'Ecriture sainte (1691) [Racine]
The Atheist's Tragedie, or, the Honest Man's Revenge (1611) [Tourneur]
The Atheniad (1810) [Galt]
Athenian Letters: or, the Epistolary Correspondence of an Agent of the King of Persia, residing at Athens during the Peloponnsian War. Containing the History of the Times, in Dispatches to the Ministers of State at the Persian Court (1741-1743) [Yorke]
An Attempt to ascertain and illustrate the Authority, Nature and Design of the Institution of Christ commonly called the Communion and the Lord's supper (1780) [Bell]
An Attempt to explain on Natural Principles, the Cures, alleged to be Miraculous, of Miss Lalor and Mrs. Stuart (1823) [Crampton]
An Attempt toward revising our English Translation of the Greek Scriptures, or the New Covenant of Jesus Christ, and toward illustrating the Sense by Philological and Explanatory Notes (1796) [Newton]
Attempts in Verse, by John Jones, an Old Servant: with some Account of the Writer, written by himself: and an Introductory Essay on the Lives and Works of our Uneducated Poets (1831) [Jones]
The Attic Nights of Aulus Gellius (1795) [Beloe]
Aubrey: a Novel (1804) [Dallas]
“Auchindrane or, the Ayrshire Tragedy”, The Doom of Devorgoil: a Melo-drama; Auchindrane or, the Ayrshire Tragedy (1830) [Scott]
“Sketches of Society. The Auction”, The Literary Gazette (2 March 1822) [Blessington]
Augustus and Mary; or, the Maid of Buttermere. A Domestic Tale (1803) [Mudford]
Aulicus Coquinariæ: or a Vindication in Answer to a Pamphlet, entituled The Court and Character of King James (1650) [Sanderson]
Aurora Leigh (1857) [Browning]
“The Australian Colonies”, Quarterly Review (June 1841) [Barrow]
“Austrian State Papers”, Quarterly Review (May 1809) [Turner]
Auteurs deguisez. Sous des noms etrangers; empruntez, supposez, feints à plaisir, chiffrez, renversez, retournez, ou changez d'une langue en une autre (1690) [Baillet]
Authentic Memoirs of Captain Paul Jones, the American Corsair (1779) [Smart]
An Author’s Conduct to the Public, stated in the Behaviour of Dr. William Cullen, His Majesty’s Physician at Edinburgh (1784) [Murray]
“The Author's Mediation upon Sight of his Picture”, A Collection of Emblemes, Ancient and Moderne (1635) [Wither]
An Auto-biographical Memoir of Sir John Barrow, Bart., late of the Admiralty (1847) [Barrow]
Autobiographic Sketches: with Recollections of the Lakes (1854) [De Quincey]
Autobiography of Anna Eliza Bray (1884) [Bray]
L'avocat Patelin, comédie ([1706]) [Brueys]
The Autobiography, Times, Opinions, and Contemporaries of Sir Egerton Brydges, Bart. (1834) [Brydges]
Autobiography of Mrs. Fletcher, of Edinburgh, with Selections from her Letters and other Family Memorials (1874) [Fletcher]
“Autobiography”, The Satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis (1802) [Gifford]
The Autobiography of Leigh Hunt (1850) [Hunt]
The Autobiography of William Jerdan, with his Literary, Political and Social Reminiscences and Correspondence during the last Fifty Years (1852-1853) [Jerdan]
“Autobiography of Mr. Munden: in a letter to the Editor”, London Magazine (February 1825) [Lamb]
Autobiography (1840) [Rowan]
Autobiography of Henry Taylor. 1800-1875 (1885) [Taylor]
The Autobiography of an Artisan (1847) [Thomson]
The Capacity and Extent of the Human Understanding; exemplified in the extraordinary Case of Automathes; a young Nobleman, who was accidentally left in his Infancy, upon a Desolate Island, and continued nineteen years in that Solitary State (1745) [Kirkby]
An Autumn in Greece; comprising Sketches of the Character, Customs, and Scenery of the Country; with a View of its present Critical State (1826) [Bulwer]
An Autumn near the Rhine; or Sketches of Courts, Society, and Scenery in Germany; with a Tour in the Taunus Mountains in 1820 (1821) [Dodd]
The Autumnal Excursion, or, Sketches in Teviotdale: with other Poems (1819) [Pringle]
Les avantures de Télémaque, fils d'Ulysse, ou Suite du quatrième livre de l'Odyssée d'Homère (1699) [Fenelon]
Les aventures d'Eugène de Senneville et de Guillaume Delorme: écrites par Eugène an 1787 (1813) [Picard]
The Ayrshire Legatees or, the Pringle Family (1821) [Galt]
“Baby: an Autobiographical Memoir”, The Keepsake (1832) [Jerdan]
“The Baby's Debut”, Rejected Addresses: or the New Theatrum Poetarum (1812) [Smith]
Babylon; and other Poems (1811) [Hawke]
Babylon the Great: a Dissection and Demonstration of Men and Things in the British Capital (1825) [Mudie]
Bacchus in Tuscany. A Dithyrambic Poem, from the Italian of Francesco Redi, with Notes original and select (1825) [Hunt]
Bacco in Toscana (1685) [Redi]
“A Bachelor's Complaint of the Behavior of Married People”, The Reflector (1811) [Lamb]
“Badham's Translation of Juvenal”, Quarterly Review (July 1814) [Gifford]
Bakhtyar nameh or Story of Prince Bakhtyar and the Ten Viziers: a Series of Persian Tales (1801) [Ouseley]
La balia; poemetto (1767) [Tansillo]
“Ballad on Metaphysics”, Lady Jane Grey: a Tale (1809) [Hodgson]
“A Ballad Denoting the Difference between the Rich and the Poor”, John Woodvil; a Tragedy. To which are added Fragments of Burton, the Author of the Anatomy of Melancholy (1802) [Lamb]
“A Ballad: Shewing how an old Woman rode Double, and who rode before her”, Poems: by Robert Southey. The Second Volume (1799) [Southey]
“Ballad on Charlotte Lynes”, Memoirs of the Life of Dr. Darwin chiefly during his Residence at Lichfield (1804) [Vyse]
Old Ballads, Historical and Narrative, with some of Modern Date; now first collected, and reprinted from Rare Copies. With Notes (1777) [Evans]
Ballads: founded on Anecdotes relating to Animals, with Prints designed and engraved by William Blake (1805) [Hayley]
Ballads and Lyrical Pieces (1806) [Scott]
The Ballantyne-Humbug handled: in a Letter to Sir Adam Fergusson (1839) [Lockhart]
Ballantyne's Novelist's Library (1821-1824) [Scott]
“Ballidehob”, Literary Gazette (22 July 1820) [Maginn]
Ballot (1839) [Smith]
The Banks of Tamar, a Poem, with other Pieces (1820) [Carrington]
“The Bannatyne Club”, Poetical Works (1833-34) [Scott]
“Barante—Histoire des Ducs de Bourgogne”, The Foreign Review (1828) [Southey]
“Barbara S——”, London Magazine (April 1825) [Lamb]
“The Bard. A Pindaric Ode”, Odes, by Mr. Gray (1757) [Gray]
“The Bard's Incantation”, Edinburgh Annual Register (1808) [Scott]
“Barère's Memoirs”, Edinburgh Review (April 1844) [Macaulay]
Barnabees Journall, under the Names of Mirtilus & Faustulus shadowed (1634) [Brathwaite]
“Barnham Water”, Wild Flowers or, Pastoral and Local Poetry (1806) [Bloomfield]
The Baronage of Scotland; containing an Historical and Genealogical Account of the Gentry of that Kingdom (1798) [Douglas]
“Barrow's Travels in Southern Africa”, Annual Review for 1804 (1805) [Southey]
“Barrow's Travels in China”, Annual Review for 1804 (1805) [Southey]
“[Barton's Poems]”, Literary Gazette (22 April 1820) [Jerdan]
Basil: a Story of Modern Life (1852) [Collins]
“Battle of Gibeon”, A New Year's Eve and other Poems (1828) [Barton]
“Battle of the Baltic”, Gertrude of Wyoming; a Pennsylvanian Tale. And other Poems (1809) [Campbell]
The Battle of the Bards. An Heroic Poem. In Two Cantos (1800) [Dermody]
“Battle of the Bridal Ring”, (1800 ca.) [Hunt]
The Battle of Bosworth-Field, between Richard the Third, and Henry Earl of Richmond, August 22, 1485 (1788) [Hutton]
“Battle of Algiers”, The Harp of the Desert, containing the Battle of Algiers with other Pieces in Verse (1818) [Macken]
“The Battle of Blenheim”, Morning Post (9 August 1798) [Southey]
“The Battle of the Books”, A Tale of a Tub. Written for the Universal Improvement of Mankind. To which is added, an Account of a Battel between the Antient and Modern Books in St. James’s Library (1704) [Swift]
The Battles of Talavera: a Poem (1810) [Croker]
The Baviad, a paraphrastic Imitation of the First Satire of Persius (1791) [Gifford]
“Bayley's Poems”, Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
“The Beacon: a Serious Musical Drama”, A Series of Plays: in which it is attempted to delineate the stronger Passions of the Mind: each Passion being the Subject of a Tragedy and a Comedy. Vol. III (1812) [Baillie]
“Beau Miser”, (1800 ca.) [Hunt]
Beau Nash: the King of Bath: a Comedy in Three Acts (1834) [Jerrold]
Beaumaris Bay: a Poem: with Notes descriptive and explanatory (1800) [Llwyd]
The Beauties of England and Wales: or, Delineations, Topographical, Historical, and Descriptive of each County: embellished with Engravings (1801-1802) [Britton]
The Beauties of Shakespear: regularly selected from each Play (1752) [Dodd]
“Beauty; a Lyrical Poem”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (June 1823) [Coleridge]
The Beaux Stratagem. A Comedy (1707) [Farquhar]
“The Beggar's Petition”, Poems on Several Occasions (1769) [Moss]
The Beggar Girl & her Benefactors (1797) [Bennett]
The Beggar's Opera (1728) [Gay]
Behemoth, or, an Epitome of the Civil Wars of England, from 1640 to 1660 (1679) [Hobbes]
Belford Regis: or, Sketches of a Country Town (1835) [Mitford]
Belgium and Western Germany in 1833; including Visits to Baden-Baden, Wiesbaden, Cassel, Hanover, the Harz Mountains, &c &c. (1834) [Trollope]
Belinda (1801) [Edgeworth]
Bélisaire, tragédie en cinq actes et en vers (1818) [Jouy]
Bell's Edition: the Poets of Great Britain complete from Chaucer to Churchill (1777-1780) [Bell]
“Bell and Lancaster's Systems of Education”, Quarterly Review (August 1811) [Southey]
“Bellamy's Reply to the Quarterly Review”, Quarterly Review (July 1818) [D'Oyly]
The Belle of a Season (1840) [Blessington]
The Belle's Stratagem: a Comedy (1782) [Cowley]
“La Belle Tryamour, a Metrical Romance”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (June 1823) [Moultrie]
Bellum Iudaicum (75) [Josephus]
“Beloe's Sexagenarian”, Monthly Review (February 1818) [Butler]
Belshazzar: a Dramatic Poem (1822) [Milman]
“Benediction on Children”, Metropolitan Magazine (March 1832) [Campbell]
“Benlomond”, The Pilgrim of Glencoe: and other Poems (1842) [Campbell]
“Bentham, Principes de Législation par Dumont”, Edinburgh Review (April 1804) [Jeffrey]
“Bentham's Book of Fallacies”, Edinburgh Review (August 1825) [Smith]
Beppo a Venetian Story (1818) [Byron]
Bertha's Visit to her Uncle in England (1830) [Marcet]
Bertram, or, the Castle of St. Aldobrand: a Tragedy in Five Acts (1816) [Maturin]
Beth-Gêlert or The Grave of the Greyhound (1796) [Spencer]
The Bethel Flag, or Sermons to Seamen (1823) [Philip]
The Betrothed Lovers: a Milanese Tale of the XVIIth Century (1828) [Manzoni]
“The Betrothed”, Tales of the Crusaders (1825) [Scott]
The Bible in Spain, or, the Journeys, Adventures, and Imprisonments of an Englishman in an Attempt to circulate the Scriptures in the Peninsula (1843) [Borrow]
Bible Stories. Memorable Acts of the Ancient Patriarchs, Judges and Kings (1803) [Godwin]
Biblical Researches in Palestine, Mount Sinai and Arabia Petraea: a Journal of Travels in the Year 1838 (1841) [Robinson]
A Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany (1821) [Dibdin]
The Bibliographical Decameron: or, Ten Days pleasant Discourse upon Illuminated Manuscripts, and Subjects connected with early Engraving, Typography, and Bibliography (1817) [Dibdin]
The Bibliomania; or, Book-madness; containing some Account of the History, Symptoms and Cure of this Fatal Disease, in an Epistle addressed to Richard Heber, esq. (1809) [Dibdin]
Bibliotheca classica; or, a Classical Dictionary, containing a full Account of all the Proper Names mentioned in antient Authors (1788) [Lempriere]
Bibliotheca Parriana. A Catalogue of the Library of the late reverend and learned Samuel Parr (1827) [Parr]
Bibliotheca Sussexiana: a Descriptive Catalogue, accompanied by Historical and Biographical Notices, of the Manuscripts and Printed Books contained in the Library of His Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex in Kensington Palace (1827-1839) [Pettigrew]
Bibliotheca politica, or, A Discourse by way of Dialogue whether Monarchy be jure divino (1691) [Tyrell]
Bibliotheca Britannica, or, a General Index to British and Foreign Literature (1824) [Watt]
“Bill Jones”, Romantic Tales (1808) [Lewis]
Biographia Literaria, or, Biographical Sketches of my Literary Life and Opinions (1817) [Coleridge]
Biographia Dramatica; or, a Companion to the Playhouse (1812) [Jones]
Biographia Britannica, or, the Lives of the Most Eminent Persons who have flourished in Great Britain and Ireland, from the Earliest Ages, to the Present Times (1778-93) [Kippis]
Biographia Dramatica, or, a Companion to the Playhouse: containing Historical and Critical Memoirs, and Original Anecdotes, of British and Irish Dramatic Writers, from the Commencement of our Theatrical Exhibitions (1782) [Reed]
Biographia Britannica Literaria; or, Biography of Literary Characters of Great Britain and Ireland, arranged in Chronological Order (1842-1846) [Wright]
Biographical Memoirs of extraordinary Painters: exhibiting not only Sketches of their principal Works and professional Characters; but a variety of romantic Adventures and original Anecdotes (1780) [Beckford]
A Biographical Dictionary of the Celebrated Women of every Age and Country (1804) [Betham]
“Biographical Memoir of James Elphinston”, Gentleman's Magazine (Npvember 1809) [Dallas]
A Biographical History of England, from Egbert the Great to the Revolution (1769) [Granger]
“Biographical Memoir of Mr. Liston”, London Magazine (January 1825) [Lamb]
A Biographical History of Philosophy (1845) [Lewes]
Biographical Sketches (1869) [Martineau]
Biographical Anecdotes of William Hogarth: and a Catalogue of his Works chronologically arranged; with Occasional Remarks (1781) [Nichols]
“Biographical Sketch of Sir Walter Scott”, The Penny Magazine (31 October 1832) [Pringle]
“Biographical Memoirs”, The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart (1827) [Scott]
A Biographical Dictionary containing an Historical Account of all the Engravers, from the Earliest Period of the Art of Engraving to the Present Time; and a Short List of their most esteemed Works (1785-1786) [Strutt]
A Biographical Dictionary of the Living Authors of Great Britain and Ireland; comprising Literary Memoirs and Anecdotes of their Lives, and a Chronological Register of their Publications (1816) [Watkins]
Biographical Memoirs of the late Rev. Joseph Warton, to which are added, a Selection from his Works; and a Literary Correspondence between eminent Persons, reserved by him for publication (1806) [Wooll]
“Biographical Memoir of John Leyden, M.D.”, Edinburgh Annual Register (1813) [Scott]
The Bioscope, or Dial of Life, explained: to which is added, a Translation of St. Paulinus's Epistle to Celantia, on the Rule of Christian Life: and an elementary View of general Chronology, with a perpetual solar and lunar Calendar (1812) [Penn]
Birds (414 BC) [Aristophanes]
“Birkbeck's Notes on America”, Quarterly Review (April 1818) [Barrow]
“Birth of a Poet”, Specimens of American Poetry, with Critical and Biographical Notices (1828) [Neal]
“Bishop Heber's Indian Journals, etc.”, Quarterly Review (January 1828) [Lockhart]
“Bishop Horsley's Edition of Euclid”, Edinburgh Review (July 1804) [Playfair]
“The Bishop of Peterborough and his Clergy”, Edinburgh Review (November 1822) [Smith]
“Bishop Bruno”, The Annual Anthology (1799) [Southey]
“The Black Cock”, Fugitive Verses (1840) [Baillie]
“The Black Dinner”, The Tatler (30 September 1830) [Heywood]
Black-eyed Susan! or, All in the downs! a Nautical Drama in Three Acts ([1829?]) [Jerrold]
The Black Mantle, or, The Murder at the Old Ferry: a Romance (1846) [Rymer]
“The Black Dwarf”, Tales of my Landlord (1816) [Scott]
“Blackwood's Magazine”, London Magazine (November 1820) [Scott]
“Blakesmoor in H——shire”, London Magazine (September 1824) [Lamb]
Blank Verse, by Charles Lloyd and Charles Lamb (1798) [Lamb]
Bleak House (1853) [Dickens]
“Blind Kate”, Rosamond: a Sequel to Early Lessons (1821) [Edgeworth]
The Blind Boy: a Melo-drama, in Two Acts (1808) [Kenney]
“The Blind Highland Boy”, Poems in Two Volumes (1807) [Wordsworth]
Blue-Stocking Hall (1827) [Scargill]
Blue Devils, a farce, in One Act (1808) [Colman]
Blue-beard, or, Female Curiosity: a Dramatick Romance (1798) [Colman]
Bluebeard's Keys, and other Stories (1874) [Ritchie]
“Bluebeard”, The Iris (17 March 1804) [Taylor]
“The Blues: a Literary Eclogue”, The Liberal (1823) [Byron]
“The Boat on the Serchio”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
A Body of Theology, principally Practical: in a Series of Lectures (1807) [Fellowes]
A Bold Stroke for a Wife: a Comedy (1714) [Centlivre]
Bombastes furioso; a Tragic Burlesque Opera; in One Act (1813) [Rhodes]
“Bonduca”, Comedies and Tragedies written by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher Gentlemen (1647) [Fletcher]
The Book of Fallacies: from Unfinished Papers of Jeremy Bentham (1824) [Bentham]
The Book of the Roman-Catholic Church: in a Series of letters addressed to Robt. Southey, esq., LL.D., on his Book of the Church (1825) [Butler]
The Book of Common Prayer reformed: according to the Plan of the late Dr. Samuel Clarke. Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David (1774) [Clarke]
A Book of Memories of Great Men and Women of the Age, from Personal Acquaintance (1871) [Hall]
The Book of the Boudoir (1829) [Morgan]
The Book without a Name (1841) [Morgan]
“The Book of the Boudoir, by Lady Morgan”, Blackwood's Magazine (October 1829) [Mudford]
The Book of the Church (1824) [Southey]
“[Books with One Idea in them]”, The Examiner (18 July 1813) [Lamb]
The Border Antiquities of England and Scotland: comprising Specimens of Architecture and Sculpture, and other Vestiges of former Ages, accompanied by Descriptions. Together with Illustrations of remarkable Incidents in Border History and Tradition, and Original Poetry (1814-1817) [Scott]
“The Borderers, a Tragedy”, Poems, chiefly of Early and Late Years: including The Borderers, a Tragedy (1842) [Wordsworth]
The Borough: a Poem in Twenty-four Letters (1810) [Crabbe]
“Borrow's Bible in Spain”, Quarterly Review (December 1842) [Lockhart]
“Boswell redivivus”, New Monthly Magazine (August 1826-March 1827) [Hazlitt]
Bosworth-field: with a Taste of the Variety of other Poems (1629) [Beaumont]
The Botanic Garden: a Poem in Two Parts (1789-1791) [Darwin]
“Botany Bay”, Edinburgh Review (July 1819) [Smith]
“Botany Bay Eclogues”, Poems (1797) [Southey]
“Bothwell Castle”, Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, bart. (1837-38) [Scott]
“La bottega del caffè”, Le Commedie, del dottore Carlo Goldoni (1756-58) [Goldoni]
Boucher's Glossary of Archaic and Provincial Words: a Supplement to the Dictionaries of the English Language, particularly those of Dr. Johnson and Dr. Webster (1832-1833) [Boucher]
Le Bourgeois gentilhomme (1670) [Moliere]
“Bowles’s Spirit of Discovery”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
“The Boy of Egremond”, Human Life: a Poem (1819) [Rogers]
“Boyd’s Penance of Hugo.”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
The Boyne Water: a Tale (1826) [Banim]
Bozzy and Piozzi, or the British Biographers: a Town Eclogue (1786) [Wolcot]
Bracebridge Hall; or, the Humorists (1822) [Irving]
“The Bracelet of Memory”, Rosamond: a Sequel to Early Lessons (1821) [Edgeworth]
“The Braes of Yarrow”, Poems: by the Rev. Mr. Logan, one of the Ministers of Leith (1781) [Logan]
Brambletye House: or, Cavaliers and Roundheads: a Novel (1825) [Smith]
“Die Braut von Korinth”, Musen-Almanach (1798) [Goethe]
Braut von Messina (1803) [Schiller]
The Bravo: a Tale (1831) [Cooper]
The Bravo of Venice, a Romance (1805) [Lewis]
“The Bridal of Triermain, or, the Vale of St. John”, Quarterly Review (July 1813) [Ellis]
The Bridal of the Isles: a Mask (1817) [Knight]
The Bridal of Triermain, or, the Vale of St. John: in Three Cantos (1813) [Scott]
“The Bride”, Literary Gazette (11 September 1819) [Croly]
The Bride of Ludgate: a Comic Drama, in Two Acts ([1829?]) [Jerrold]
The Bride of Abydos, a Turkish Tale (1813) [Byron]
“The Bride of Lammermoor”, Tales of my Landlord: third series (1819) [Scott]
“The Bridge of Sighs”, Hood's Magazine and Comic Miscellany (May 1844) [Hood]
Brief Observations on the Address to His Majesty proposed by Earl Grey in the House of Lords: 13th June, 1810 (1810) [Roscoe]
A Brief Statement of the Causes which have led to the Abandonment of the Celebrated System of Penitentiary Discipline: in some of the United States of America. In a Letter to the Hon. Stephen Allen, of New-York ([1827]) [Roscoe]
Britannia sive Florentissimorvm regnorvm, Angliæ, Scotiæ, Hiberniae, et invlarvm adiacentium ex intima antiquitate chorographica descriptio (1586) [Camden]
Britannia: eine Auswahl englischer Dichtungen alter und neuer Zeit (1843) [Ploennies]
Britannicus (1670) [Racine]
British Anthologies (1899) [Arber]
The British Novelists; with an Essay, and Prefaces, biographical and critical (1810) [Barbauld]
Bell's British Theatre, consisting of the most esteemed English Plays (1776) [Bell]
The British and French Expeditions to Teembo, with Remarks on Civilization in Africa (1821) [Bowdich]
The British Gallery of Contemporary Portraits: accompanied by short Biographical Notices of a series of Portraits of the most eminent Persons now living, or lately deceased, in Great Britain and Ireland (1812-1816) [Caulfield]
Cooke's Pocket Edition of the original & complete Works of select British Poets (1795-1796) [Cooke]
British Georgics (1809) [Grahame]
The British Librarian: exhibiting a Compendious Review or Abstract of our most Scarce, Useful, and Valuable books in all Sciences, as well in Manuscript as in Print (1738) [Oldys]
“British Monachism”, Quarterly Review (July 1819) [Southey]
The British Eclogue for the year 1805: a Satirical Poem; with Notes; to which are added, The Lord Mayor's Day; and A Tale for the Benefit of the Ugly, in imitation of the inimitable George Colman the younger (1806) [Jerdan]
The British Essayists: with Prefaces, Historical and Biographical (1802-1803) [Chalmers]
“British Policy”, Quarterly Review (October 1839) [Head]
“Britton's Cathedral Antiquities”, Quarterly Review (September 1826) [Southey]
The Broken Heart: a Tragedy (1633) [Ford]
“My Brother's Grave”, Poetry of the College Magazine (1819) [Moultrie]
The Brothers: a Comedy (1770) [Cumberland]
The Brothers: a Monody, and other Poems (1820) [Elton]
“The Brothers”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1798) [Wordsworth]
“The Brown Beauty”, Poems on Various Subjects (1802) [Dermody]
The Brownie of Bodsbeck, and other Tales (1818) [Hogg]
“The Brownie's Cell”, The River Duddon: a Series of Sonnets; Vaudracour and Julia: and other Poems; to which is annexed, a topographical Description of the country of the Lakes, in the north of England (1820) [Wordsworth]
The Bruce (1375) [Barclay]
The Bruce; or, the History of Robert I. King of Scotland. Written in Scotish Verse by John Barbour. The first genuine edition, published from a MS. dated 1489; with Notes and a Glossary by J. Pinkerton (1790) [Pinkerton]
“Bruce’s Travels to the Source of the Nile”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
Bubbles from the Brunnens of Nassau (1834) [Head]
“Buonaparte's Appeal to the British Nation”, Quarterly Review (January 1817) [Croker]
Buonparte: a Poem (1814) [Canning]
“The Burial of Sir John Moore”, Newry Telegraph (1817) [Wolfe]
“Table-talk (No. IV): Burleigh House”, New Monthly Magazine (May 1822) [Hazlitt]
“Burlesque. By an admirer of man that are no egoists”, The Literary Gazette (16 May 1818) [Dibdin]
“Burnet—History of his Own Times”, Quarterly Review (April 1823) [Southey]
“Burney's Discoveries in the South Sea”, Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
“The Butterfly”, Poems by Samuel Rogers (1812) [Rogers]
“The Butterfly's Ball, and the Grasshopper's Feast”, Gentleman's Magazine (November 1806) [Roscoe]
“Hans Roth”, The Literary Panorama (February 1818) [Southey]
Byron: the Last Phase (1909) [Edgecumbe]
“The Byron Mystery”, Quarterly Review (October 1869) [Hayward]
“Byron and Mary Chaworth”, Fortnightly Review (August 1910) [Lang]
Byron (1912) [Mayne]
“Byron's Manfred”, Blackwood's Magazine (June 1817) [Wilson]
The Cabinet Cyclopædia (1829-1846) [Lardner]
Cabool: being a Personal Narrative of a Journey to and Residence in the City, in the Years 1836, 7, and 8 (1842) [Burnes]
Cadenus and Vanessa. A Poem (1726) [Swift]
“Cadyow Castle”, Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, consisting of Historical and Romantic Ballads, collected in the Southern Counties of Scotland, with a few of modern date, founded upon Local Tradition (1802-1803) [Scott]
“Cain: a Mystery”, Sardanapalus: a Tragedy. The two Foscari: a Tragedy. Cain: a Mystery (1821) [Byron]
Cain the Wanderer; A Vision of Heaven; Darkness and other Poems (1829) [Reade]
Cairo, Petra, and Damascus in 1839. With remarks on the government of Mehemet Ali and on the present prospects of Syria (1841) [Kinnear]
Calamities of Authors, including some Inquiries respecting their Moral and Literary Characters (1812) [D'Israeli]
Caledonian Sketches, or, a Tour through Scotland in 1807 (1809) [Carr]
“Caledonian Sketches”, Quarterly Review (February 1809) [Scott]
“The Calendar of Nature”, The Examiner (1819) [Hunt]
“The Calendar of Flora”, Minor Morals, interspersed with Sketches of Natural History, Historical Anecdotes, and Original Stories (1798) [Smith]
“Calidore. A Fragment”, Poems by John Keats (1817) [Keats]
“A Call to the Bar”, New Monthly Magazine (May 1821) [Talfourd]
Calthorpe; or, Fallen Fortunes: a Novel (1821) [Gaspey]
Calvary; or, the Death of Christ. A Poem, in Eight Books (1792) [Cumberland]
“I calzoni ricamati”, Novelle inedite di Giambattisto Casti (1803) [Casti]
The Cambrian Biography: or, Historical Notices of Celebrated Men among the Ancient Britons (1803) [Pughe]
Camilla: or, a Picture of Youth (1796) [Burney]
The Camisard; or, the Protestants of Languedoc: a Tale in Three Volumes (1825) [Cox]
The Camp of Refuge (1844) [Macfarlane]
The Camp: a Musical Entertainment (1795) [Sheridan]
“Campbell's Life of Mrs. Siddons”, Quarterly Review (August 1834) [Croker]
“Campbell's Theodric and Other Poems”, Edinburgh Review (January 1825) [Jeffrey]
“Campbelliana”, Fraser's Magazine (September 1844) [Cunningham]
“A Canadian Campaign”, New Monthly Magazine (December 1826) [Richardson]
Candide, ou l'Optimisme (1759) [Voltaire]
The Canterbury Tales (1390 c.) [Chaucer]
The Canterbury Tales (1797–1805) [Lee]
Canzoni toscane (1805) [Mathias]
Il Canzoniere (1370 c.) [Petrarch]
“The Cap and Bells or, The Jealousies”, Life, Letters, and Literary Remains, of John Keats (1848) [Keats]
Le Capitaine Fracasse (1863) [Gautier]
“Capt. Pasley on the Military Policy of Gr. Britain”, Quarterly Review (May 1811) [Southey]
Captain Sword and Captain Pen. A poem, with some Remarks on War and Military Statesmen (1835) [Hunt]
“Captain Paton's Lament”, Blackwood's Magazine (September 1819) [Lockhart]
Memoirs of Captain Rock, the celebrated Irish Chieftain with some Account of his Ancestors written by himself (1824) [Moore]
“Captain Ross's Voyage to Baffin's Bay”, Edinburgh Review (March 1819) [Murray]
“The Captaine”, Comedies and Tragedies written by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher Gentlemen (1647) [Fletcher]
Caractacus: a Dramatic Poem: written on the Model of the ancient Greek Tragedy (1759) [Mason]
A Careful and Strict Enquiry into the modern prevailing Notions of that Freedom of Will, which is supposed to be essential to Moral Agency, Vertue and Vice, Reward and Punishment, Praise and Blame (1754) [Edwards]
The Carib Chief: a Tragedy in Five Acts (1819) [Twiss]
“Carlyle's Works”, Quarterly Review (September 1840) [Sewell]
The Carmelite: a Tragedy (1784) [Cumberland]
Carmen triumphale, for the Commencement of the Year 1814 (1814) [Southey]
Carmina Homerica: a rapsodorum interpolation (1808) [Knight]
“The Carnatic Question considered”, Edinburgh Review (January 1808) [Horner]
Caroline of Lichtfield; a Novel (1786) [Montolieu]
“A Carousing”, Literary Gazette (10 April 1824) [Procter]
“Carr's Tour in Holland and Germany”, Edinburgh Review (July 1807) [Edgeworth]
A Case of Hydrophobia: commonly called Canine Madness, from the Bite of a Mad Dog, successfully treated (1793) [Arnold]
“Case of Mr. Hone”, Yellow Dwarf (3 January 1818) [Hazlitt]
The Case of Impropriations, and of the Augmentation of Vicarages (1704) [Kennett]
The Casket, a Miscellany, consisting of Unpublished Poems (1829) [Hodgson]
“Il caso di coscienza”, Novelle inedite di Giambattisto Casti (1803) [Casti]
Cassandra. The Fam'd Romance (1652) [Calprenède]
Castle Rackrent, an Hiberian Tale (1800) [Edgeworth]
The Highest Castle and the Lowest Cave; or, Events of the Days which are gone (1825) [Edridge]
The Castle Spectre: a Drama. In Five Acts (1798) [Lewis]
The Castle of Saint Donats; or, the History of Jack Smith (1798) [Lucas]
“Castle Vernon”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (June 1823) [Praed]
The Castle of Indolence: an Allegorical Poem. Written in imitation of Spenser (1748) [Thomson]
The Castle of Otranto, a Story. Translated by William Marshal, Gent. from the original Italian of Onuphrio Muralto (1765) [Walpole]
“Castle Dangerous”, Tales of my Landlord (1816-31) [Scott]
“Castlereagh Papers”, Quarterly Review (December 1848) [Croker]
A Catalogue of Books, the Property of a Nobleman, about to leave England on a Tour to the Morea. To which are added a silver Sepulchral Urn, containing Relics brought from Athens in 1811, and a silver Cup, the property of the same noble Person (1813) [Byron]
A Catalogue of the Royal and Noble Authors of England, Scotland, and Ireland (1806) [Park]
Catalogue of the very select and valuable Library of William Roscoe, esq. (1816) [Roscoe]
A Catalogue raisonnée of the Pictures now exhibiting at the British Institution (1815) [Smirke]
A Catalogue of the Royal and Noble Authors of England, with Lists of their Works (1758) [Walpole]
“[Catherine Jane Parr]”, Gentleman's Magazine (July 1809) [Parr]
“[Sarah Anne Wynne]”, Gentleman's Magazine (July 1810) [Parr]
“Catholic Question”, Edinburgh Review (December 1816) [Brougham]
The Catholic Doctrine of a Trinity proved by above an hundred short and clear Arguments expressed in the terms of the Holy Scripture, compared after a manner entirely new (1756) [Jones]
Catiline: a Tragedy in Five Acts (1822) [Croly]
Cato, a Tragedy (1713) [Addison]
Cato to Lord Byron on the Immorality of his Writings (1824) [Burges]
Cato Maior de senectute (44 BC) [Cicero]
“Causes and Cure of Pauperism”, Edinburgh Review (March 1817, February 1818) [Chalmers]
Il Cavaliero della Croce Rossa, o la Leggenda della Santità; poema in dodici canti; dall'inglese di Edmundo Spenser recato in verso italiano, detto ottava rima (1826) [Mathias]
The Caxtons: a Family Picture (1849) [Lytton]
“Cayley’s Life of Sir Walter Raleigh”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
Cecil, or, the Adventures of a Coxcomb: a Novel (1841) [Gore]
Cecilia, or Memoirs of an Heiress (1782) [Burney]
Celtic Researches, on the Origin, Traditions & Language, of the Ancient Britons: with some Introductory Sketches, on Primitive Society (1804) [Davies]
“Cemeteries and Catacombs of Paris”, Quarterly Review (April 1819) [Southey]
“The Cenci”, The Indicator (19, 26 July 1820) [Hunt]
The Cenci: a Tragedy, in Five Acts (1819) [Shelley]
A Century of Birds from the Himalaya Mountains (1832) [Gore]
“Ch. Cornelii Galli; vel potius Maximiani Elegia I”, Poems on Several Occasions. Written by Charles Cotton, Esq. (1689) [Cotton]
“Chaldee Manuscript”, Blackwood's Magazine (October 1817) [Hogg]
“Chalmers's English Poets”, Quarterly Review (October 1814) [Southey]
“The Chapel Bell”, Poems (1797) [Southey]
“A Chapter on Ears”, Elia. Essays which have appeared under that Signature in the London Magazine (1823) [Lamb]
The Chapter of Accidents (1780) [Lee]
“A Chapter on Time”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1822) [Talfourd]
“Character of Mr. Wordsworth's New Poem, The Excursion”, The Examiner (21, 28 September, 2 October 1814) [Hazlitt]
“A Character of the late Elia, by a Friend”, London Magazine (January 1823) [Lamb]
The Character of Holland (1665) [Marvell]
“The Character of Shelley”, Quarterly Review (April 1887) [Prothero]
“Character of the Happy Warrior”, Poems in Two Volumes (1807) [Wordsworth]
“Character in the Antithetical Manner”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1800) [Wordsworth]
Characteristicks of Men, Manners, Opinions, Times (1711) [Cooper]
Characteristics of Goethe: from the German of Falk, von Müller, &c. with Notes, original and translated, illustrative of German Literature (1833) [Austin]
Characteristics: in the Manner of Rochefoucault's Maxims (1823) [Hazlitt]
“Characters of the late Charles James Fox”, Quarterly Review (November 1809) [Grant]
Characters of Vertues and Vices: in Two Bookes (1608) [Hall]
Characters of Shakespear's Plays (1817) [Hazlitt]
Characters of the late Charles James Fox, selected and in part written (1809) [Parr]
“Characters of Mr. Fox”, Edinburgh Review (July 1809) [Smith]
A Charge delivered to the Clergy at the Primary Visitation of Lewis, Lord Bishop of Norwich, MDCCLXXXIV (1784) [Bagot]
“The Charity Ball”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
Charlemagne; ou, L'église délivrée; poème épique, en vingt-quatre chants (1814) [Bonaparte]
“Charles Lamb—an Autobiographical Sketch ”, New Monthly Magazine (April 1835) [Forster]
Charles Lamb and the Lloyds; comprising newly discovered Letters of Charles Lamb, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, the Lloyds, etc. (1898) [Lucas]
Charles the Second, or, the Merry Monarch: a Comedy in Two Acts (1824) [Payne]
Charles Lamb: a Memoir (1866) [Procter]
“Charles the First”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
“[Charles Lamb's Works]”, The Champion (16, 23 May 1819) [Talfourd]
Charles Chesterfield, or the Adventures of a Youth of Genius (1841) [Trollope]
“Charles, Duke of Buccleuch”, The Edinburgh Weekly Journal (12 May 1819) [Scott]
Charlotte Brontë and her Circle (1896) [Shorter]
“The Chartered Booksellers”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1834) [Hall]
The Chase, the Turf, and the Road (1837) [Apperley]
The Chase and William and Helen. Two Ballads (1796) [Scott]
Chateaubriand et son groupe littéraire sous l'empire : cours professé à Liége en 1848-1849 (1861) [Sainte-Beuve]
Les Chateaux en Espagne: comédie en cinq actes et en vers (1790) [Collin]
Chatsworth; or, the Romance of a Week (1844) [Patmore]
Chatterton and “Love and Madness.” A Letter from Denmark, to Mr. Nichols, editor of the Gentlemen's Magazine, where it appeared in February, March and April 1800; respecting an Unprovoked Attack, made upon the Writer during his Absence from England (1800) [Croft]
“Chatterton's Works by Southey and Cottle”, Edinburgh Review (April 1804) [Scott]
Cheap Literature for the People: an Address, delivered in St. George's Hall, Liverpool, October 12th, 1858, in connection with the meeting of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science ([1858]) [Brougham]
Le chef-d’œuvre d’un Inconnu (1714) [Sainte-Hyacinthe]
The Chemical Essays (1786) [Scheele]
“The Cherubs, a Poem”, Metropolitan Magazine (May 1832) [Campbell]
“Lines on a Picture of a Girl in the Attitude of Prayer”, Metropolitan Magazine (1832) [Campbell]
“The Chessiad”, Comic Tales and Lyrical Fancies; including The Chessiad, a mock-heroic, in Five Cantos; and The Wreath of Love, in Four Cantos (1825) [Dibdin]
Les Chevaliers du Cygne, ou La cour de Charlemagne. Conte historique et moral pour servir de suite aux Veillées du château, et dont tous les traits qui peuvent faire allusion à la révolution françoise, sont tirés de l'histoire (1795) [Genlis]
“Chevy Chase. Idem Latine Redditum”, Blackwood's Magazine (November 1819) [Maginn]
“The Child and Hind”, The Pilgrim of Glencoe: and other Poems (1842) [Campbell]
The Child of Nature: a Dramatic Piece, in Four Acts (1788) [Inchbald]
The Child of the Islands: a Poem (1845) [Norton]
“Childe Harold's Last Pilgrimage”, Literary Souvenir, or Cabinet of Poetry and Romance (1826) [Bowles]
Childe Alarique, a Poet's Reverie, with other Poems (1813) [Gillies]
Childe Harold's Monitor; or, Lines occasioned by the last Canto of Childe Harold, including Hints to other Contemporaries (1816) [Hodgson]
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: a Romaunt (1812-1818) [Byron]
“Childe Harold, canto fourth”, Edinburgh Review (June 1818) [Wilson]
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: Canto the Fourth (1818) [Byron]
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: Canto the Third (1816) [Byron]
“Childe Harold, Canto III.—and other Poems”, Quarterly Review (October 1816) [Scott]
“Childe Harold—Canto IV”, Quarterly Review (April 1818) [Scott]
“Childish Recollections”, Poems on Various Occasions (1807) [Byron]
The Children of the Abbey: a Tale (1796) [Roche]
The Children's Fire-side: being a Series of Tales for Winter Evenings (1828) [Towers]
“The Chimney Sweeper”, Songs of Innocence and of Experience shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul (1794) [Blake]
The Chimney-sweeper's Friend, and Climbing-boy's Album (1824) [Montgomery]
The Chinese: a General Description of the Empire of China and its Inhabitants (1836) [Davis]
Chironomia; or, a Treatise on Rhetorical Delivery: comprehending many Precepts, both ancient and modern, for the proper Regulation of the Voice, the Countenance, and Gesture (1806) [Austin]
“Chorus from the Seven before Thebes”, The Literary Gazette (11 February 1832) [Mills]
“Christ's Hospital, Five-and-Thirty Years Ago”, London Magazine (November 1820) [Lamb]
“Christabel”, Christabel; Kubla Khan, a Vision; The Pains of Sleep (1816) [Coleridge]
The Christian Year: Thoughts in Verse for the Sundays and Holydays throughout the Year (1827) [Keble]
The Christian Life: a Manual of Sacred Verse (1849) [Montgomery]
A Christian's Survey of all the Primary Events and Periods of the World; from the Commencement of History to the Conclusion of Prophecy (1812) [Penn]
The Christian Sacrifice explained: in a Charge delivered in part to the Middlesex Clergy at St. Clement-Danes, April the 20th, 1738. To which is added an Appendix (1738) [Waterland]
Christianism: or, Belief and Unbelief reconciled, being Exercises and Meditations (1832) [Hunt]
A Christmas Carol (1843) [Dickens]
Christmas. A Poem (1826) [Moxon]
Christopher North: a Memoir of John Wilson (1862) [Gordon]
A Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada (1829) [Irving]
Chronicle of Scottish Poetry: from the Thirteenth Century, to the Union of the Crowns (1803) [Sibbald]
“Chronicle of the Cid”, Quarterly Review (February 1809) [Scott]
Chronicle of the Cid, from the Spanish (1808) [Southey]
Chronicles of the Canongate (1827) [Scott]
Chronique du bon chevalier messire Jacques de Lalain (1825) [Chastellain]
A Chronological History of Voyages into the Arctic Regions; undertaken chiefly for the purpose of discovering a North-east, North-west, or Polar Passage between the Atlantic and Pacific (1818) [Barrow]
A Chronological History of the Discoveries in the South Sea or Pacific Ocean: illustrated with Charts (1803-1816.) [Burney]
Chronological Antiquities, or, the Antiquities and Chronology of the most Ancient Kingdoms, from the Creation of the World, for the Space of five thousand years (1752) [Jackson]
Chronological Notes of Scottish Affairs, from 1680 till 1701; being chiefly taken from the Diary of Lord Fountainhall (1822) [Lauder]
Chronological Retrospect, or Memoirs of the principal Events of Mahommedan History: from the Death of the Arabian Legislator, to the Accession of the Emperor Akbar and the Establishment of the Moghul Empire in Hindustan: From original Persian Authorities (1812) [Price]
“Chronological History of the West Indies”, Quarterly Review (July 1828) [Southey]
Chronological History of the West Indies (1827) [Southey]
Chrysal; or the Adventures of a Guinea: Wherein are exhibited Views of several striking Scenes, with curious and interesting Anecdotes of the most noted Persons in every Rank of Life, whose Hands it passed through (1760) [Johnstone]
“The Church of England”, Edinburgh Review (September 1826) [Arnold]
Church-of-Englandism and its Catechism examined: preceded by Strictures on the Exclusionary System, as pursued in the National Society's schools: interspersed with Parallel Views of the English and Scottish established and non-established Churches: and concluding with Remedies proposed for Abuses indicated (1818) [Bentham]
“Church Parties”, Edinburgh Review (October 1853) [Conybeare]
The Church-history of Britain from the Birth of Jesus Christ until the year M.DC.XLVIII endeavoured by Thomas Fuller (1655) [Fuller]
“Church and State”, Edinburgh Review (April 1839) [Macaulay]
“Church of England Missions”, Quarterly Review (June 1825) [Southey]
Church Principles considered in their Results (1840) [Gladstone]
“Churchill's Poems”, Annual Review for 1804 (1805) [Southey]
A Churchman's Second Epistle (1819) [Smedley]
Ciceronianum Lexicon Graecolatinum, id est lexicon ex variis Graecorum scriptorum locis a Cicerone interpretatis collectum (1557) [Estienne]
Le Cid. Tragi-comedie. (1637) [Corneille]
Cinq-Mars; ou, Une conjuration sous Louis XIII (1826) [Vigny]
“La cisma de Inglaterra”, Octava parte de Comedias (1684) [Calderon]
Citation and Examination of William Shakspeare, Euseby Treen, Joseph Carnaby and Silas Gough, clerk: before the worshipful Sir Thomas Lucy, Knight, touching Deer-stealing on the 19th day of September in the year of Grace 1582, now first published from Original Papers (1832) [Landor]
The Citizen of the World; or Letters from a Chinese Philosopher, residing in London, to his Friends in the East (1762) [Goldsmith]
The City of the Plague, and other Poems (1817) [Wilson]
De Civitate Dei, (425 c.) [Aucher]
Clan-Albin: a National Tale (1815) [Johnstone]
The Clandestine Marriage: a Comedy (1766) [Colman]
Clari: or, the Maid of Milan: an Opera in Three Acts (1823) [Payne]
Clarissa: or, the History of a Young Lady (1748) [Richardson]
“Clarke.—Gass Blow-pipe”, Quarterly Review (July 1820) [Clarke]
“Clarke's Maritime Discovies”, The Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
“Clarke’s Naufragia”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
Des classes dangereuses de la population dans les grandes villes: et des moyens de les rendre meilleures (1840) [Fregier]
A Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue (1785) [Grose]
Clavis Universalis: or, a New Inquiry after Truth. Being a Demonstration of the Non-existence, or Impossibility, of an External World (1713) [Collier]
Clavis Pentateuchi; sive analysis omnium vocum Hebraicarum suo ordine in Pentateucho Moseos occurrentium: una cum versione Latina et Anglica: notis criticis et philologicis adjectis (1770) [Robertson]
“Cleopatra's Needle”, Literary Gazette (8 December 1821) [Croly]
Crockford's Clerical Directory (1860-) [Crockford]
Clifton Grove, a Sketch in Verse, with other Poems (1803) [White]
Clio, or, A Discourse on Taste, Addressed to a Young Lady (1767) [Usher]
Cloudesley: a Tale (1830) [Godwin]
Clouds (423 BC) [Aristophanes]
The Clubs of London; with Anecdotes of their Members, Sketches of Character, and Conversations (1828) [Marsh]
“The Clydesdale Yeoman's Return. An Excellent New Ballad”, Blackwood's Magazine (December 1819) [Lockhart]
La Cléopatre (1648-1661) [Calprenède]
“The Co-operatives”, Quarterly Review (November 1829) [Gooch]
“Coaches”, The Indicator (23 August 1820) [Hunt]
“Cobbett's Political Register”, Edinburgh Review (July 1807) [Jeffrey]
Cobbett's Political Register (1802-1836) [Cobbett]
A Cockney's Adventures, during a Ramble into the Country: in Three Parts: addressed to his Country Friends on his Return to London: a True Tale (1811) [Coyte]
“A Cockney's Rural Sports”, London Magazine (December 1822) [Poole]
Cockney Critics: an Original Satire; with the Blow Fly: a Portrait in Verse; and a Dedication to William Jerdan (1823) [Westmacott]
The Code of Health and Longevity; or, a concise View, of the Principles calculated for the Preservation of Health, and the Attainment of Long Life (1807) [Sinclair]
“Code de la Conscription”, Edinburgh Review (January 1809) [Walsh]
Coelebs in Search of a Wife, comprehending Observations on Domestic Habits and Manners, Religion and Morals (1808) [More]
“Coelebs in Search of a Wife”, Edinburgh Review (April 1809) [Smith]
Coeur de Lion; or, the Third Crusade. A Poem, in Sixteen Books (1822) [Porden]
Colchester Castle built by a colony of Romans as a temple to their deified Emperor Claudius Cæsar (1853) [Jenkins]
“Coleridge's Table-Talk”, Quarterly Review (February 1835) [Lockhart]
“Coleridge's Christabel”, Edinburgh Review (September 1816) [Hazlitt]
“Coleridge's Literary Life”, Edinburgh Review (August 1817) [Hazlitt]
A Collection of Poems, chiefly manuscript, and from Living Authors (1823) [Baillie]
A Collection of Prints, from Pictures painted for the purpose of illustrating the Dramatic Works of Shakspeare (1803) [Boydell]
A Collection of Poems by Several Hands (1748-1758) [Dodsley]
A Collection of the Works of that holy man and profound Divine, Thomas Iackson (1653-1657) [Jackson]
A Collection of the Church History of Palestine from the Birth of Christ to the beginning of the Empire of Diocletian (1688) [Milner]
A Collection of Sacred Music as performed at the Royal Portuguese Chapel in London (1811) [Novello]
A Collection of 86 Loyal Poems all of them written upon the two late Plots: viz, the horrid Salamanca Plot in 1687, and the present fanatical Conspiracy in 1683 (1685) [Thompson]
A Collection of Inventories and other Records of the Royal Wardrobe and Jewelhouse: and of the Artillery and Munitions in some of the Royal Castles M.CCCC.LXXXVIII-M.DC.VI (1815) [Thomson]
A Collection of Theological Tracts (1785) [Watson]
A Collection of Emblemes, Ancient and Moderne: quickened with Metricall Illustrations, both Morall and Divine, and disposed into Lotteries, that Instruction and Good Counsell may bee furthered by an Honest and Pleasant Recreation (1635) [Wither]
A Collection of scarce and valuable Tracts, on the most interesting and entertaining Subjects: but chiefly such as relate to the History and Constitution of these Kingdoms. Selected from an infinite number in print and manuscript, in the Royal, Cotton, Sion, and other public, as well as private Libraries; particularly that of the late Lord Somers (1809-1815) [Scott]
Collections from the Greek Anthology; and from the pastoral, elegiac, and dramatic Poets of Greece (1813) [Bland]
“Collections of French Memoirs: Joan of Arc”, Quarterly Review (March 1842) [Stanhope]
“College Reminiscences of Coleridge”, Gentleman's Magazine (December 1834) [Le Grice]
College Sermons (1895) [Jowett]
The Collegians (1829) [Griffin]
“Colonel Mure on the Literature of Ancient Greece: Homeric Controversy”, Quarterly Review (September 1850) [Lockhart]
“Colonel Thornton's Sporting Tour”, Edinburgh Review (January 1805) [Scott]
Colonial Ecclesiastical Establishment: being a Brief View of the State of the colonies of Great Britain, and of her Asiatic Empire, in respect to Religious Instruction, prefaced by some Considerations on the National Duty of affording it, to which is added a Sketch of an Ecclesiastical Establishment of British India (1813) [Buchanan]
“Colonial Government—Head's Narrative and Lord Durham's Report”, Quarterly Review (March 1839) [Croker]
Columbus, or, a World discovered: an Historical Play (1792) [Morton]
Combinations of Workmen: Substance of the Speech of Francis Jeffrey, Esq. upon introducing the Toast, “Freedom of labour—but let the labourer recollect, that in exercising his own rights, he cannot be permitted to violate the rights of others,” at the Public Dinner given at Edinburgh to Joseph Hume, Esq. M.P. (1825) [Jeffrey]
“Come live with me and be my love”, The Passionate Pilgrime (1599) [Marlowe]
The Comedies of Aristophanes (1822) [Mitchell]
Comentarj intorno all' istoria della poesia italiana, ne' quali si ragiona d'ogni genere e specie di quella, scritti da Gio. Mario Crescimbeni, ripublicati da T. J. Mathias (colla vita di G. M. Crescimbeni scritta dall' abate M. G. Morei) (1803) [Crescimbeni]
“The Comet”, Literary Gazette (14 March 1818) [Procter]
Comic Tales and Lyrical Fancies; including The Chessiad, a mock-heroic, in Five Cantos; and The Wreath of Love, in Four Cantos (1825) [Dibdin]
Comic Dramas in Three Acts (1817) [Edgeworth]
The Comic Annual (1830-1842) [Hood]
A Comment on the Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri (1822) [Taaffe]
Commentaries on the History and Cure of Diseases (1803) [Heberden]
Commentaries on the Law of Scotland, respecting Crimes (1819) [Hume]
Commentary on Memoirs of Mr. Fox lately written (1812) [Landor]
A Commentary, with Notes, on the Four Evangelists and the Acts of the Apostles together with a new Translation of St. Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians, with a Paraphrase and Notes (1777) [Pearce]
The Commercial Power of Great Britain: exhibiting a Complete View of the Public Works of this Country, under the several heads of Streets, Roads, Canals, Aqueduct, Bridges, Coasts, and Maritime Ports (1825) [Dupin]
“Commercial Distresses of the Country”, Edinburgh Review (December 1816) [Russell]
“The Common Lot”, The Wanderer of Switzerland, and other Poems (1806) [Montgomery]
Common Sense: a Poem (1819) [Terrot]
A Companion for the Festivals and Fasts of the Church of England: with Collects and Prayers for each Solemnity (1704) [Nelson]
“Comparison of the Present State of France with that of Rome under Julius and Augustus Caesar”, Morning Post (21, 25 September, 2 October 1802) [Coleridge]
A Compendium of the History of Ireland from the Earliest Period to the reign of George I (1815) [Lawless]
“The Complaint of Ninathoma”, Morning Chronicle (18 July 1793) [Coleridge]
“A Complaint of the Decay of Beggars in the Metropolis”, London Magazine (June 1822) [Lamb]
“The Complaint of “le cavalier seul””, New Monthly Magazine (April 1821) [Walker]
“The Complaint of a forsaken Indian Woman”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1798) [Wordsworth]
The Complaints of the Poor People of England: containing Remarks (1793) [Dyer]
The Complaynt of Scotland, written in 1548: with a Preliminary Dissertation and Glossary (1801) [Leyden]
The Compleat Angler: or, the Contemplative Man's Recreation (1653) [Walton]
A Complete Concordance to the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament: in Two Parts (1738) [Cruden]
A Complete Verbal Index to the Plays of Shakespeare: adapted to all the Editions, comprehending every Substantive, Adjective, Verb, Particle, and Adverb, used by Shakespeare, with a distinct Reference to every Individual Passage in which each Word occurs (1805) [Twiss]
The Complete Concordance to Shakspere: being a Verbal Index to all the Passages in the Dramatic Works of the Poet (1845) [Clarke]
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, from the Text of Johnson, Steevens & Reed. With a Biographical Sketch ([1860]) [Clarke]
Componimenti lirici de' più illustri poeti d'Italia scelti da T. J. Mathias (1802) [Mathias]
“Compte Rendu par l'Institut de France”, Edinburgh Review (October 1809) [Playfair]
Concerning the Relations of Great Britain, Spain, and Portugal, to each other, and to the common Enemy, at this Crisis; and specifically as affected by the Convention of Cintra the whole brought to the Test of those Principles, by which alone the Independence and Freedom of Nations can be preserved or recovered (1809) [Wordsworth]
Conciones ad populum. Or Addresses to the People (1795) [Coleridge]
A Concordance to Shakespeare's Poems: an Index to every Word therein contained (1874) [Furness]
Conduct is Fate (1822) [Bury]
Conférences d'Angleterre. Rome et le christianisme. Marc-Aurèle (1880) [Renan]
“The Confessional: Love”, New Monthly Magazine (April-November, 1822) [Patmore]
The Confessions of an Elderly Gentleman (1836) [Blessington]
The Confessions of an Elderly Lady (1838) [Blessington]
Confessions of an English Opium-eater (1822) [De Quincey]
The Confessions of William Henry Ireland, containing the Particulars of his Fabrication of the Shakespeare Manuscripts (1805) [Ireland]
“Confessions of a Drunkard”, The Philanthropist (1813) [Lamb]
Les confessions de J. J. Rousseau: suivies des Rèveries du promeneur solitaire (1782) [Rousseau]
“The Confidant”, Tales (1812) [Crabbe]
Le Congrès de Vérone ([1830]) [Chateaubriand]
Coningsby; or the New Generation (1844) [Disraeli]
Conjectures on the New Testament collected from Various Authors, as well in regard to Words as Pointing: with the Reasons on which both are founded (1772) [Bowyer]
“Conjugal Felicity”, Literary Gazette (8 March 1817) [Gaspey]
The Connexion of Christianity with Human Happiness: being the Substance of the Boyle Lectures for the year 1821 (1823) [Harness]
The Conquest of Granada by the Spaniards: in Two Parts (1672) [Dryden]
The Conquest of Canaan (1785) [Dwight]
The Conscious Lovers: a Comedy (1723) [Steele]
Considerations sur les causes de la grandeur des Romains et de leur decadence (1734) [Montesquieu]
Considerations on the Causes, Objects and Consequences of the Present War, and on the Expediency, or the Danger of Peace with France (1808) [Roscoe]
Considerations on the principal Events of the French Revolution (1818) [Stael]
Considerations on the Expediency of revising the Liturgy and Articles of the Church of England (1790) [Watson]
Consolations in Travel, or, the Last Days of a Philosopher (1830) [Davy]
The Consolidator: or, Memoirs of Sundry Transactions from the World in the Moon (1705) [Defoe]
A Conspectus of the London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Pharmacopoeias (1796) [Graves]
The Conspiracy of Gowrie, a Tragedy (1800) [Rough]
The Conspiracy of Cataline (1st cent. BC) [Sallust]
Constantinople Ancient and Modern, with Excursions to the Shores and Islands of the Archipelago and to the Troad (1797) [Dallaway]
Constantinople in 1828; a Residence of Sixteen Months in the Turkish Capital and Provinces: with an Account of the Present State of the Naval and Military Power, and of the Resources of the Ottoman Empire (1829) [Macfarlane]
“Constitutional Character of the Queen Consort”, Edinburgh Review (September 1814) [Brougham]
The Constitutional History of England from the Accession of Henry VII. to the Death of George II (1827) [Hallam]
Ciceronis consul, senator, senatúsq romanus: Illustratus publici obseruatione iuris, grauissimi vsus disciplina, administrandi temperata ratione: notatis inclinationibus temporum in rep. & actis rerum in senatu (1612) [Bellenden]
Consultations du Docteur Noir (1832) [Vigny]
Contarini Fleming: a Psychological Auto-biography (1832) [Disraeli]
“Contemporary History—Mr. Roebuck and Miss Martineau”, Quarterly Review (June 1852) [Coulter]
“Contented with little”, A Select Collection of Original Scotish Airs for the Voice (1793-1800) [Burns]
Contes moraux. Suivis dune Apologie du Theatre (1761) [Marmontel]
“The Contrast”, Popular Tales (1804) [Edgeworth]
Contributions to the Edinburgh Review (1844) [Jeffrey]
“The Convalescent”, London Magazine (July 1825) [Lamb]
“A Conversation between Mr. Abraham Cowley and Mr. John Milton, touching the Great Civil War”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (August 1824) [Macaulay]
“Conversations of Paley, communicated by the author of Four Years in France”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1827) [Best]
Conversations of Lord Byron with the Countess of Blessington (1834) [Blessington]
Conversations of James Northcote, Esq., R. A. (1830) [Hazlitt]
Conversations on Religion, with Lord Byron and others: held in Cephalonia, a short time previous to his Lordship's Death (1830) [Kennedy]
Conversations on Chemistry. In which the Elements of that Science are familiarly explained and illustrated by Experiments (1806) [Marcet]
Conversations of Lord Byron: noted during a Residence with his Lordship at Pisa, in the Years 1821 and 1822 (1824) [Medwin]
“Conversations of Lord Byron”, New Monthly Magazine (November 1824) [St Leger]
“Conversations of Lord Byron”, New Times (25-27 October 1824) [Stoddart]
The Convict (1847) [James]
Convivio (1304-07) [Dante]
Convocatio cleri: the Urgent Expediency of Convocation's faithfully executing the King's Writ, by proceeding in earnest to deliberate for "the Welfare, Public Good, and Defence of this Kingdom", with a Development of the Clandestine Scheme for gradually conceding every Object of the Roman Catholic Petitions ([1818]) [Dennis]
Coopers Hill: a Poeme (1642) [Denham]
“The Copyright Question”, Quarterly Review (December 1841) [Lockhart]
A Cordial for Low-spirits: being a Collection of Curious Tracts (1750) [Gordon]
Corinne, ou L'Italie (1800) [Stael]
Coriolanus (1623) [Shakespeare]
Corn Law Rhymes (1831) [Elliott]
“The Cornelian”, Hours of Idleness, a Series of Poems, original and translated (1807) [Byron]
“Cornish Mining in America”, Quarterly Review (June 1827) [Head]
“Cornwall”, Edinburgh Review (January 1820) [Jeffrey]
Correct Peerage of England, Scotland and Ireland, with the extinct & forfeited Peerages of the three Kingdoms; a list of their family Names, second Titles, &c. and a translation of their Mottos (1803-) [Debrett]
Correspondance littéraire, philosophique et critique, adresse un souverain d'Allemagne (1812-14) [Grimm]
Correspondence of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke; between the year 1744 and the Period of his Decease, in 1797 (1844) [Burke]
The Correspondence of Henry Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, and his Brother Laurence Hyde, Earl of Rochester; with the Diary of Lord Clarendon from 1687 to 1690, containing Minute Particulars of the Events attending the Revolution and the Diary of Lord Rochester during his Embassy to Poland in 1676 (1828) [Clarendon]
The Correspondence and Diary of Philip Doddridge, D.D., illustrative of various Particulars in his Life hitherto unknown; with Notices of many of his Contemporaries; and a Sketch of the Ecclesiastical History of the Times in which he lived (1829-1831) [Doddridge]
The Correspondence of King George III with Lord North, from 1768 to 1783 (1867) [George III]
The Correspondence of Leigh Hunt (1862) [Hunt]
“Correspondence of Dr. Parr”, Gentleman's Magazine (June 1825) [Parr]
The Correspondence of Samuel Richardson (1804) [Richardson]
Correspondence between Frances, Countess of Hartford, (afterwards Duchess of Somerset,) and Henrietta Louisa, Countess of Pomfret, between the years 1738 and 1741 (1805) [Seymour]
Correspondence (1888) [Taylor]
Correspondence on the Subject of Blackwood's magazine (1818) [Wilson]
“Correspondence of Lady Suffolk”, Quarterly Review (January 1824) [Scott]
“Corruption”, Corruption and, Intolerance: Two Poems, with Notes, addressed to an Englishman (1808) [Moore]
The Corsair: a Tale (1814) [Byron]
Cottage Economy containing Information relative to the brewing of Beer, making of Bread, keeping of Cows, Pigs, Bees, Ewes, Goats, Poultry and Rabbits, and relative to other Matters deemed useful in the conducting of the Affairs of a Labourer's Family (1822) [Cobbett]
Cottage Evenings (1831) [Conolly]
Cottage Dialogues among the Irish Peasantry (1811) [Leadbeater]
“The Cottager to Her Infant”, Poems by William Wordsworth (1815) [Wordsworth]
The Cottagers of Glenburnie: a Tale for the Farmer's Ingle-nook (1808) [Hamilton]
“The Cotter's Saturday Night”, Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1786) [Burns]
The Cotton Manufacture of Great Britain systematically investigated: and illustrated by 150 Original Figures (1836) [Ure]
“Counsel for Prisoners”, Edinburgh Review (December 1826) [Smith]
The Count of Narbonne: a Tragedy (1781) [Jephson]
Count Julian: a Tragedy (1812) [Landor]
“Count Robert of Paris”, Tales of my Landlord (1816-31) [Scott]
“September 1812”, Quarterly Review (March 1812) [Southey]
The Countess and Gertrude; or, Modes of Discipline (1811) [Hawkins]
The Country Girl: a Comedy (1766) [Garrick]
“The Country Clergyman's Trip to Cambridge: An Election Ballad”, The Times (15 March 1827) [Macaulay]
The Country Justice. A Poem (1774-77) [Langhorne]
Country Stories (1837) [Mitford]
La cour plénière, heroï-tragi-comédie en trois actes et en prose (1788) [Duveyrier]
A Course of Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature (1815) [Black]
The Course of Time: a Poem, in Ten Books (1827) [Pollok]
The Courser's Manual or Stud-book (1828) [Goodlake]
“The Court of France”, Edinburgh Review (September 1826) [Mackintosh]
The Court and Parliament of Beasts (1819) [Rose]
The Court and Character of King James (1650) [Weldon]
“The Cout of Keeldar”, Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, consisting of Historical and Romantic Ballads, collected in the Southern Counties of Scotland, with a few of modern date, founded upon Local Tradition (1802-1803) [Leyden]
The Covent-Garden Tragedy (1732) [Fielding]
Cowper's Milton (1810) [Cowper]
“Coxe—Life of Marlborough”, Quarterly Review (May 1820) [Southey]
The Cozeners, a Comedy, in 3 Acts (1778) [Foote]
“Living Authors, No. V: Crabbe”, London Magazine (May 1821) [Hazlitt]
“Crabbe's Poems”, Edinburgh Review (April 1808) [Jeffrey]
“Crabbe's Posthumous Tales”, Quarterly Review (August 1834) [Lockhart]
“Crabbe's Borough”, Quarterly Review (November 1810) [Grant]
“Craven's Tour in South Italy”, Edinburgh Review (October 1821) [Brougham]
Crazy Tales (1762) [Stevenson]
The Credibility of the Gospel History (1727–1755) [Lardner]
The Creevey Papers; a Selection from the Correspondence & Diaries of the late Thomas Creevey, M.P. (1903) [Creevey]
Crichton (1837) [Ainsworth]
“Crichton”, Literary Gazette (4 March 1837) [Jerdan]
The Cricket on the Hearth: a Fairy Tale of Home (1846) [Dickens]
Criminal trials (1832-1835) [Jardine]
Criminal Trials and other Proceedings before the High Court of Justiciary in Scotland (1829-1833) [Pitcairn]
The Critic: or a Tragedy rehearsed a Dramatic Piece in Three Acts (1781) [Sheridan]
A Critical Dictionary of English literature, and British and American Authors, living and deceased, from the earliest Accounts to the Middle of the Nineteenth Century. Containing thirty thousand Biographies and Literary Notices, with forty Indexes of Subjects (1858-1871) [Allibone]
Critical Essays on the Performers of the London Theatres, including General Observations on the Practise and Genius of the Stage (1807) [Hunt]
Critical and Historical Essays contributed to the Edinburgh Review (1843) [Macaulay]
A Critical History of the Language and Literature of Antient Greece (1850) [Mure]
Critical Essays on some of the Poems of several English Poets (1785) [Scott]
Critical and Miscellaneous Writings (1842) [Talfourd]
A Critical and Philosophical Enquiry into the Causes of Prodigies and Miracles, as related by Historians: with an Essay towards restoring a Method and Purity in History (1727) [Warburton]
Critik der reinen Vernunft (1781) [Kavanagh]
“Croker's Edition of Boswell”, Quarterly Review (November 1831) [Lockhart]
The Croker Papers. The Correspondence and Diaries of the late Right Honourable John Wilson Croker (1884) [Croker]
La cronica de los muy valientes y efforçados y inuencibles caualleros dố Florisel de Niquea y el fuerte Anaxartes, hijos del muy excelẽte principe Amadis de Grecia (1532) [Silva]
Cronicques du roy Charles septiesme (1528) [Commines]
Les croniques admirables du puissant roy Gargantua, ensemble comme il eut à femme la fille du roy de Etopie nommée Badebec, de lequel fut roy des Dipsodes et des Amanrottes (1534) [Rabelais]
“Cui Bono?”, Rejected Addresses (1812) [Smith, James and Horace]
“Culloden Papers”, Quarterly Review (January 1816) [Scott]
“Cumnor Hall”, Old Ballads, Historical and Narrative, with some of Modern Date; now first collected, and reprinted from Rare Copies. With Notes (1777) [Mickle]
“Cupid turned Volunteer”, Annual Review for 1804 (1805) [Southey]
Cure for the Heart-Ache; a Comedy, in Five Acts (1797) [Morton]
Curiosities of Literature: consisting of Anecdotes, Characters, Sketches and Dissertations Literary, Critical, and Historical (1791) [D'Israeli]
The Curse of Minerva (1812) [Byron]
“The Curse of Moy, a Highland Tale”, Edinburgh Annual Register (1808) [Morritt]
The Curse of Kehama (1810) [Southey]
“Cursory Strictures on the Charge delivered by Lord Chief Justice Eyre”, Morning Chronicle (21 October 1794) [Godwin]
“Curtis's Travels in Barbary”, Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
Curtius rescued from the Gulph, or, the Retort Courteous to the Rev. Dr. Parr, in answer to his Learned Pamphlet, intitled, "A Sequel," etc. (1792) [Cumberland]
Cyclops (450 BC c.) [Euripides]
Cymbeline (1623) [Shakespeare]
Cyropaedia (4th century BC) [Xenophon]
“Czerni George”, Literary Gazette (11 October 1817) [Croly]
“D'Israeli's Calamities of Authors”, Quarterly Review (September 1812) [Southey]
“Dallas's Recollections and Medwin's Conversations”, Westminster Review (January 1825) [Hobhouse]
“Dalzel—Lectures on the Ancient Greeks”, Quarterly Review (October 1821) [Mitchell]
Dame Rebecca Berry; or, Court Scenes in the Reign of Charles the Second (1827) [Spence]
Damon and Delia: a Tale (1784) [Godwin]
“Danae. From a Fragment of Simonides”, New Monthly Magazine (April 1821) [Sotheby]
“The Dance of Death”, Edinburgh Annual Register (1813) [Scott]
“The Dandy School”, The Examiner (18 November 1827) [Hazlitt]
Dangers through Life; or, the Victim of Seduction (1810) [Plunkett]
“Dante: with a new Italian Commentary”, Edinburgh Review (February 1818) [Foscolo]
“Dante”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (January 1824) [Macaulay]
“Dante: with a new Italian Commentary”, Edinburgh Review (February 1818) [Rogers]
Dante Gabriel Rossetti His Family-letters: with a Memoir (1895) [Rossetti]
Daphnis and Chloe; a Pastoral Novel now first selectly translated into English (1803) [Le Grice]
Darien; or, the Merchant Prince. A Historical Romance (1852) [Warburton]
“Darkness”, The Prisoner of Chillon, and other Poems (1816) [Byron]
Dartmoor: a Descriptive Poem (1826) [Carrington]
Dartmoor; a Poem: which obtained the Prize of Fifty Guineas proposed by the Royal Society of Literature (1821) [Hemans]
“The Daughters of Isenberg”, Quarterly Review (August 1810) [Gifford]
The Daughters of Isenberg: a Bavarian Romance (1810) [Palmer]
“Davideis”, Poems (1656) [Cowley]
“Davis's Travels in America”, Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
“Davy's Bakerian Lecture”, Edinburgh Review (January 1808) [Brougham]
“Davy's Bakerian Lecture”, Edinburgh Review (July 1809) [Brougham]
A Day in Autumn; a Poem (1820) [Barton]
A Day in Stowe Gardens (1825) [Novello]
Day well spent: a Farce in One Act (1836) [Oxenford]
“De cultu atque usu Latini sermonis”, Idyllia heroica decem, librum Phaleuciorum unum partim jam primo, partim iterum atq. tertio (1820) [Landor]
De Re metrica: libri tres (1561) [Moltzer]
De Clifford, or, the Constant Man (1841) [Ward]
“De Guignes—Voyages à Peking”, Quarterly Review (November 1809) [Barrow]
“De Montfort: a Tragedy”, A Series of Plays: in which it is attempted to delineate the stronger Passions of the Mind (1798) [Baillie]
“De Principiis Cogitandi”, The Poems of Mr. Gray. To which are prefixed Memoirs of his Life and Writings by W. Mason, M.A. (1775) [Gray]
“De Vere”, Literary Gazette (31 March 1827) [Patmore]
De Vere; or, the Man of Independence (1827) [Ward]
De arte graphica: the Art of Painting (1695) [Dryden]
“De l'Allemagne, par Madame de Staël”, Edinburgh Review (October 1813) [Mackintosh]
De natura rerum libri septem. De natura hominis libri duo, opuscula vere aurea (1573) [Paracelsus]
“The Dead Sea”, Literary Gazette (25 October 1817) [Croly]
The Deaf and Dumb; or, the Abbé de l'Epée: an Historical Play in Five Acts (1801) [Holcroft]
“The Death of the Old Year”, Discourses on Several Subjects and Occasions (1793) [Horne]
“Death and Funeral of the late Mr. Southey”, The Examiner (1817) [Hunt]
Death: a Poetical Essay (1759) [Porteus]
“The Death of Lord Byron”, The Edinburgh Weekly Journal (5 June 1824) [Scott]
“The Death Song. From the Arabic.”, Literary Gazette (8 November 1817) [Croly]
“Death of Mr. Canning”, New Monthly Magazine (September 1827) [Redding]
“Death's Ramble”, Whims and oddities: in Prose and Verse, with forty original Designs (1826) [Hood]
“The Death-boat of Heligoland”, New Monthly Magazine (November 1828) [Campbell]
Death's Doings: consisting of numerous original Compositions in Prose and Verse, the friendly Contributions of various Writers: principally intended as illustrations of twenty-four Plates (1826) [Dagley]
“Deaths of Little Children”, The Indicator (5 April 1820) [Hunt]
The Decameron (1349-1351) [Boccaccio]
Declaration of the Objects of the Liverpool Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery: 25th March, 1823 (1823) [Roscoe]
“A Dedication to G. H.”, Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1786) [Burns]
“Dedication to Leigh Hunt, Esq.”, Poems by John Keats (1817) [Keats]
A Defence of the Character and Conduct of the late Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin, founded on Principles of Nature and Reason, as applied to the Peculiar Circumstances of her Case in a series of Letters to a Lady (1803) [Aldis]
“Defence of Usury”, Edinburgh Review (December 1816) [Brougham]
A Defence of Ryme. Against a Pamphlet entituled: Obseruations in the Art of English Poesie. Wherein is demonstratiuely prooued, that Ryme is the fittest Harmonie of Wordes that comports with our Language (1603) [Daniel]
A Defence of the Rockingham Party in their late Coalition with the Right Honourable Frederic Lord North (1783) [Godwin]
“Defence of the Sonnets of Sir Philip Sidney”, London Magazine (September 1823) [Lamb]
The Defence of Innes Monro, Esq., Captain in the late 73rd or Lord Macleod's Regiment of Highlanders, against a Charge of Plagiarism from the Works of Dr. William Thompson (1790) [Murray]
“A Defence of Poetry”, Essays, Letters from Abroad, Translations and Fragments (1840) [Shelley]
The Defence of Poesie (1595) [Sidney]
A Defence of Pluralities, or, holding two Benefices with Cure of Souls: as now practised in the Church of England (1692) [Wharton]
A Defense of Edmund Kean ... being a Reply to Mr. Buck's Preface, and remarks on his Tragedy of the Italians (1819) [Kean]
The Deformed Transformed: a Drama (1824) [Byron]
“Dejection: An Ode”, Morning Post (4 October 1802) [Coleridge]
“Del maxico prodigioso”, Parte veinte de comedias varias nunca (1663) [Calderon]
Delineations of Fonthill and its Abbey (1823) [Rutter]
Deloraine (1833) [Godwin]
Delphine (1802) [Stael]
Democracy and Liberty (1896) [Lecky]
A Demonstration of the Being and Attributes of God: more particularly in answer to Mr. Hobbs, Spinoza, and their Followers (1705) [Clarke]
Denkmal auf das Grab der beyden letzten Grafen von Purgstall gesetzt von ihrem Freunde J. v. H. Gedruckt als Handschrift für Freunde (1821) [Hammer]
Le Dépit amoureux (1656) [Moliere]
“Depreciation of Paper Currency”, Edinburgh Review (February 1811) [Malthus]
Dermid; or, Erin in the Days of Boru: a Poem (1814) [Dalton]
Derriana, consisting of a History of the Siege of Londonderry and Defence of Enniskillen, in 1688 and 1689, with Historical Poetry and Biographical Notes, &c. (1823) [Graham]
“The Descent of Odin. An Ode”, Poems by Mr. Gray. A New Edition (1768) [Gray]
The Descent of Liberty. A Mask (1815) [Hunt]
A Description of the Part of Devonshire bordering on the Tamar and the Tavy; its Natural History, Manners, Customs, Superstitions, Scenery, Antiquities, Biography of Eminent Persons, &c. &c. in a Series of Letters to Robert Southey, Esq. (1836) [Bray]
“Description of Prize-Day (May 1st) in Glasgow College”, Life and Letters of Thomas Campbell (1849) [Campbell]
A Description of the Western Islands of Scotland (1703) [Mariner]
Description of the Regalia of Scotland (1819) [Scott]
A Description of the Scenery of the Lakes in the north of England with Additions, and illustrative Remarks upon the Scenery of the Alps (1822) [Wordsworth]
A Descriptive Catalogue of the Works of Rembrandt, and of his Scholars, Bol, Livens, and Van Vliet, compiled from the Original Etchings, and from the Catalogues of De Burgy, Gersaint, Helle and Glomy, Marcus, and Yver (1796) [Daulby]
Descriptive Sketches. In Verse. Taken during a Pedestrian Tour in the Italian, Grison, Swiss, and Savoyard Alps (1793) [Wordsworth]
The Deserted Village, a Poem (1770) [Goldsmith]
“Despondency, an Ode”, Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1786) [Burns]
“The Destiny of Nations: a Vision”, Sibylline Leaves: a Collection of Poems (1817) [Coleridge]
Destiny; or, the Chief's Daughter (1831) [Ferrier]
“The Destroying Angel”, New Monthly Magazine (1823) [Redding]
Desultory Thoughts and Reflections (1839) [Blessington]
Desultory Thoughts in London, Titus and Gisippus, with other Poems (1821) [Lloyd]
“Detached Thoughts on Books and Reading”, London Magazine (July 1822) [Lamb]
Les Deux gendres, comédie en 5 actes (1810) [Étienne]
Devereux: a Tale (1829) [Lytton]
The Devil's Ducat, or, the Gift of Mammon: a romantic Drama, in Two Acts ([1830?]) [Jerrold]
“The Devil's Drive.—a sequel to Porson's 'Devil's Walk'”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“The Devil's Walk”, Morning Post (1799) [Coleridge]
Le devin du village; interméde (1753) [Rousseau]
Devotional Verses: founded on, and illustrative of Select Texts of Scripture (1826) [Barton]
Devout Exercises of the Heart in Meditation and Soliloquy, Prayer and Praise (1738) [Rowe]
Le diable amoureux (1777) [Cazotte]
Le diable boiteux (1707) [Lesage]
“Dialogue between a Gentleman and a Farmer”, England's Alarm! On the prevailing Doctrine of Libels, as laid down by the Earl of Mansfield: in a Letter to His Lordship by a Country Gentleman: to which is added by way of Appendix, the celebrated Dialogue between a Gentleman and a Farmer, written by Sir William Jones: with Remarks thereon, and on the Case of the Dean of St. Asaph ([1785]) [Jones]
“Dialogue between a Mother and Child”, The Works of Charles Lamb (1818) [Lamb]
“Dialogue between Eusebius and Alciphron”, The Plain Englishman: comprehending Original Compositions, and Selections from the Best Writers (May-July 1820) [Sumner]
Dialogues on Botany for the use of Young Persons (1819) [Beaufort]
Dialogues on Instinct; with Analytical View of the Researches on Fossil Osteology (1844) [Brougham]
Dialogues des morts composez pour l'education d'un prince (1712) [Fenelon]
Dialogues of the Dead (1760) [Lyttelton]
Diaries and Correspondence (1844) [Harris]
Diary Illustrative of the Times of George IV: interspersed with original Letters from the late Queen Caroline and from other distinguished Persons (1838) [Bury]
The Diary of the late George Bubb Dodington, Baron of Melcombe Regis: from March 8, 1749, to February 6, 1761 (1784) [Dodington]
Diary of a Lover of Literature (1810) [Green]
The Dramatic Works of Robert Greene: to which are added his Poems; with some Account of the Author, and Notes (1831) [Green]
Diary of an Ennuyée (1826) [Jameson]
The Diary of an Invalid; being the Journal of a Tour in pursuit of Health in Portugal, Italy, Switzerland, and France in the Years 1817, 1818, and 1819 (1820) [Matthews]
Diary, Reminiscences, and Correspondence (1869) [Robinson]
The Diary of the Right Hon. William Windham, 1784-1810 (1866) [Windham]
“La diavolessa”, Novelle inedite di Giambattisto Casti (1803) [Casti]
“[Dibdin's Bibliographic Tour]”, Literary Gazette (26 May 1821) [Jerdan]
The Dice of Death! A Drama, in Three Acts ([1836?]) [Oxenford]
The Dictionary of Religion: an Encyclopaedia of Christian and other Religious Doctrines, Denominations, Sects, Heresies, Ecclesiastical Terms, History, Biography, etc., etc. (1887) [Benham]
A Dictionary of Practical Surgery: containing a complete Exhibition of the present State of the Principles and Practice of Surgery (1809) [Cooper]
A Dictionary of the English language: in which the Words are deduced from their Originals, and illustrated in their different Significations by Examples from the best Writers (1755) [Johnson]
The Dictionary of the Farm (1845) [Rham]
A Dictionary, Persian, Arabic, and English. To which is prefixed a Dissertation on the languages, Literature, and Manners of Eastern Nations (1777-1780) [Richardson]
Dictionnaire des girouettes, ou nos contemporains peints d'après eux-mêmes (1815) [Eymery]
Dictionnaire des arts de peinture, sculpture et gravure (1792) [Watelet]
The Difficulties of Romanism (1826) [Faber]
A Digest of the Bankrupt Laws (1805) [Montagu]
“Digressions in the two Exhibition-rooms”, New Monthly Magazine (September 1822) [Banim]
“Dinner to Burns”, Athenaeum (28 January 1832) [Redding]
“Dirge of Wallace”, Spirit of the Public Journals (1802) [Campbell]
“Dirge occasioned by an Infant's Death”, Poems on Various Subjects (1795) [Lloyd]
“Dirge for a living Poet”, New Monthly Magazine (April 1843) [Smith, James and Horace]
Discipline: a Novel (1814) [Brunton]
Discorsi di Niccolo Machiavelli (1531) [Machiavelli]
Discours et mémoires (1790) [Bailly]
A Discourse of Military Discipline, devided into three Boockes (1634) [Barry]
A Discourse of the Objects, Advantages, and Pleasures of Science (1827) [Brougham]
A Discourse on the Study of the Law of Nature and Nations: Introductory to a Course of Lectures on that Science, to be commenced in Lincoln's Inn Hall, on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 1799, in pursuance of an Order of the Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn (1799) [Mackintosh]
A Discourse on Education and on the Plans pursued in Charity-schools ([1786]) [Parr]
A Discourse on the Late Fast. By Phileleutherus Norfolciensis (1781) [Parr]
A Discourse on the Studies of the University (1833) [Sedgwick]
Discourses for the Use of Families: on the Advantages of a Free Enquiry, and on the Study of the Scriptures (1790) [Hazlitt]
“The Discovery. A Dramatic Sketch, founded on a Story of Boccaccio”, Literary Gazette (7, 14 April 1821) [Procter]
“The Disowned”, Literary Gazette (29 November 1828) [Jerdan]
The Disowned (1829) [Lytton]
The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington during his various Campaigns in India, Denmark, Portugal, Spain, the Low Countries and France: from 1799 to 1818 (1834-1837) [Gurwood]
The Dispatches of Field Marshall the Duke of Wellington, K.G. during his various Campaigns in India, Denmark, Portugal, Spain, the Low Countries, and France, from 1799 to 1818 (1834-1838) [Wellesley]
Disputatio de mysticismo (1819) [Bonnechose]
A Disquisition upon Etruscan Vases; displaying their probable connection with the Shows at Eleusis, and the Chinese Feast of Lanterns, with Explanations of a few of the principal Allegories depicted upon them (1806) [Christie]
A Dissertation upon the Epistles of Phalaris, Themistocles, Socrates, Euripides, and others, and the Fables of Æsop (1697) [Bentley]
A Dissertation on the Course and probable Termination of the Niger (1829) [Donkin]
A Dissertation on the Mysteries of the Cabiri; or, the great Gods of Phenicia, Samothrace, Egypt, Troas, Greece, Italy, and Crete; being an Attempt to deduce the several Orgies of Isis, Ceres, Mithras, Bacchus, Rhea, Adonis, and Hecate, from a Union of the Rites commemorative of the Deluge with the Adoration of the Hosts of Heaven (1803) [Faber]
“A Dissertation on Roast Pig”, London Magazine (September 1822) [Lamb]
A Dissertation on the Principles of Human Eloquence with particular regard to the Style and Composition of the New Testament in which the Observations on this Subject by the Lord Bishop of Gloucester in his Discourse on the Doctrine of Grace are distinctly considered; being the Substance of Several Lectures read in the Oratory School of Trinity-College, Dublin (1764) [Leland]
A Dissertation on the Modern Style of altering Antient Cathedrals: as exemplified in the Cathedral of Salisbury (1798) [Milner]
A Dissertation on Romance and Minstrelsy: To which is appended the Ancient Metrical Romance of Ywaine and Gawin (1891) [Ritson]
Dissertation First: exhibiting a General View of the Progress of Metaphysical, Ethical and Political Philosophy (1815) [Stewart]
Dissertationes duæ anti-Socinianæ (1657) [Bagshaw]
Dissertationes de legibus quibusdam subtilior sermonibus Homerici (1822) [Hermann]
Dissertations on Subjects of Science connected with Natural Theology: being the concluding Volumes of the new Edition of Paley's Work (1836-1839) [Brougham]
Dissertations on Man, Philosophical, Physiological, and Political: in answer to Mr. Malthus's Essay on the Principle of Population (1806) [Jarrold]
Dissertazioni due: sopra alcuni passi della vita de Lorenzo de' Medici detto il Magnifico scritta dal dottore Guglielmo Roscoe (1810) [Pozzetti]
“Distant Correspondents”, London Magazine (March 1822) [Lamb]
The Distrest Mother: a Tragedy (1712) [Philips]
The Divina commedia of Dante Alighieri (1802) [Boyd]
La divina commedia di Dante Alighieri con comento analitico (1826-1827) [Rossetti]
The Divine Comedy (1320 c.) [Dante]
The Divine Authority of Holy Scripture asserted, from its Adaptation to the Real State of Human Nature, in Eight Sermons preached before the University of Oxford, in the year MDCCCXVII, at the Lecture founded by the late Rev. John Bampton (1817) [Miller]
The Divine Catastrophe of the Kingly Family of the House of Stuarts: or, a Short History of the Rise, Reign, and Ruine thereof (1652) [Peyton]
Divine Fancies: digested into Epigrammes, Meditations, and Observations (1632) [Quarles]
The Divine Legation of Moses demonstrated, on the Principles of a Religious Deist, from the Omission of the Doctrine of a future State of Reward and Punishment in the Jewish Dispensation. In Six Books (1738-41) [Warburton]
The Divinity of Christ, proved from his own Declarations, attested and interpreted by his Living Witnesses, the Jews: a Sermon preached before the University of Oxford at St. Peter's, February XXVIII, MDCCXC (1790) [Burgess]
Dix années d'exil: fragmens d'un ouvrage inédit, composé dans les années 1810 à 1813 (1821) [Stael]
“The Doctor”, Quarterly Review (March 1834) [Lockhart]
The Doctor &c. (1834-1847) [Southey]
Doctrine de Saint-Simon: exposition: première année, 1829 (1830) [Bazard]
The Doctrine of Philosophical Necessity illustrated: being an Appendix to the Disquisitions relating to Matter and Spirit (1777) [Priestley]
“Doctrine de Saint Simon; New Distribution of Property”, Quarterly Review (July 1831) [Southey]
The Doctrine of Grace, or, the Office and Operations of the Holy Spirit vindicated from the Insults of Infidelity, and the Abuses of Fanaticism (1763) [Warburton]
“The Doctrines of Gall and Spurzheim”, Edinburgh Review (June 1815) [Gordon]
Documents historiques et réflections sur le gouvernement de Hollande (1820) [Bonaparte]
Dolgorucki and Menzikof: a Russian tale (1805) [Lafontaine]
Dombey and Son (1848) [Dickens]
Domestic Medicine, or, the Family Physician, being an Attempt to render the Medical Art more generally useful, by shewing People what is in their own Power both with respect to the Prevention and Cure of Diseases, chiefly calculated to recommend a proper attention to Regimen and Simple Medicines (1769) [Buchan]
The Domestic Manners and Private Life of Sir Walter Scott (1834) [Hogg]
Domestic Anecdotes of the French Nation, during the last thirty years, indicative of the French Revolution (1794) [D'Israeli]
“Dominion of the Moors in Spain”, The Foreign Review (1829) [Southey]
“Don Pedro Cevallos on the French usurpation of Spain”, Edinburgh Review (October 1808) [Brougham]
Don Juan (1819-1824) [Byron]
Don Sebastian, King of Portugal: a Tragedy (1690) [Dryden]
Don Quixote in England. A Comedy (1734) [Fielding]
'Don John', or Don Juan unmasked; being a Key to the Mystery, attending that Remarkable Publication; with a Descriptive Review of the poem, and Extracts (1819) [Hone]
“Don Manuel Espriella's Letters from England”, Edinburgh Review (January 1808) [Jeffrey]
Don Carlos: a Tragedy (1798) [Schiller]
Don Quixote de la Mancha (1818) [Smirke]
Don Carlos, or, Persecution: a Tragedy in Five Acts (1822) [Russell]
Don Esteban: or, Memoirs of a Spaniard (1825) [Llanos]
The History of the most renowned Don Quixote of Mancha: and his Trusty Squire Sancho Pancha (1687) [Cervantes]
Don Quixote de la Mancha (1605, 1615) [Cervantes]
“Donald MacDonald”, The Mountain Bard, consisting of Ballads and Songs founded on Facts and Legendary Tales (1807) [Hogg]
“Donna Agnesi's Analytical Institutions”, Edinburgh Review (January 1804) [Playfair]
The Doom of Devorgoil: a Melo-drama; Auchindrane or, the Ayrshire Tragedy (1830) [Scott]
“Dorbrizhoffer—Account of the Abipones”, Quarterly Review (January 1822) [Southey]
The Double Dealer: a Comedy (1694) [Congreve]
Douglas: a Tragedy (1757) [Home]
“Douglas on the Passage of Rivers”, Quarterly Review (January 1818) [Scott]
The Dowager; or, the new School for Scandal (1840) [Gore]
“Dr. Clarke's Travels in Russia”, Quarterly Review (August 1810) [Ellis]
“Dr. Tennant's Indian Recreations”, Edinburgh Review (July 1804) [Loch]
“Dr. Kennedy and Lord Byron”, Fraser’s Magazine (August 1830) [Maginn]
“Dr. Sayers's Works”, Quarterly Review (January 1827) [Southey]
“Dr. Beattie's Life of Campbell”, Quarterly Review (June 1849) [Lockhart]
“Dr. Parr's Spital Sermon”, Edinburgh Review (October 1802) [Smith]
The Dragon Knight. A Poem, in Twelve Cantos (1818) [Burges]
“The Drama”, Edinburgh Review (June 1829) [Hogg]
The Dramatic Works of William Shakspeare (1838) [Campbell]
The Dramatic Works (1826) [Ford]
The Dramatic Works of John Ford (1826) [Gifford]
Dramatic Scenes, from Real Life (1833) [Morgan]
Dramatic Scenes. With other Poems, now first printed, By Barry Cornwall (1819) [Procter]
The Dramatic Works and Poems of James Shirley now first collected (1833) [Shirley]
The Dramatic Works of John Ford. With an Introduction and Explanatory Notes (1811) [Weber]
“[Dramatic Scene]”, Literary Gazette (20 March 1819) [Croly]
The Dramatic Works of William Shakspeare: with Notes, critical, historical, and explanatory, selected from the most eminent Commentators; to which is prefixed a Life of the Author (1825) [Harness]
Dramatist: or, Stop him who can! a Comedy, in Five Acts (1806) [Reynolds]
“The Dream: a Tragedy”, A Series of Plays: in which it is attempted to delineate the stronger Passions of the Mind: each Passion being the Subject of a Tragedy and a Comedy. Vol. III (1812) [Baillie]
“The Dream”, The Prisoner of Chillon, and other Poems (1816) [Byron]
“A Dream”, New Monthly Magazine (June 1824) [Campbell]
A Dream; addressed to Samuel Rogers (1818) [Holland]
The Dream of Eugene Aram: the Murderer (1831) [Hood]
“Dream-Children: a Reverie”, London Magazine (January 1822) [Lamb]
“The Dream of Life”, The Dream of Life: Lays of the English Church and other Poems (1843) [Moultrie]
The Dream, and other Poems (1841) [Norton]
“A Dream of Fair Women”, Poems (1833) [Tennyson]
Dreams, Waking Thoughts, and Incidents: in a Series of Letters, from various parts of Europe (1783) [Beckford]
The Drummer; or, the Haunted House. A Comedy (1715) [Addison]
“Dry Rot—Mr. Kyan's Patent”, Quarterly Review (April 1833) [Barrow]
Le duc de Guise à Naples, ou Mémoires sur les révolutions de ce royaume en 1647 et 1648 (1825) [Pastoret]
The Duchess of Malfi (1623) [Webster]
Ductor dubitantium, or, The Rule of Conscience in all her Generall Measures serving as a Great Instrument for the Determination of Cases of Conscience: in Four Books (1660) [Taylor]
The Duenna: a Comic Opera in three Acts (1776) [Sheridan]
“The Duke of Argyll's Essay”, Quarterly Review (February 1849) [Gilfillan]
The Great Favourite, or, The Duke of Lerma (1668) [Howard]
The Duke of Mantua: a Tragedy (1823) [Roby]
“The Dumb Orators; or the Benefit of Society”, Tales (1812) [Crabbe]
The Dunciad (1728) [Pope]
Dunluce Castle, a Poem. In Four Parts (1814) [Quillinan]
Dunton's Whipping-post: or, a Satyr upon every body (1706) [Dunton]
“Dupin—The Navy of England and France”, Quarterly Review (October 1821) [Barrow]
“Durandarte and Belerma”, The Monk: a Romance (1796) [Lewis]
“Dwight—Travels in New England and New York”, Quarterly Review (October 1823) [Southey]
“[The Dying Lover]”, Recreations in Agriculture, Natural History, Arts, and Miscellaneous Literature (November 1800) [Lamb]
“The Dying Christian to his Soul, Ode”, Miscellaneous Poems, by Several Hands (1730) [Pope]
“Dymond, On the Principles of Morality”, Quarterly Review (January 1831) [Southey]
“The Dynasty of Dandies”, Literary Gazette (26 September 1818) [Procter]
The Earl of Essex: a Tragedy (1753) [Jones]
The Early Life of Samuel Rogers (1887) [Clayden]
Early Recollections; chiefly relating to the late Samuel Taylor Coleridge, during his long Residence in Bristol (1837) [Cottle]
Early Lessons (1801) [Edgeworth]
The East India Gazetteer; containing particular Descriptions of the Empires, Kingdoms, Principalities, Provinces, Cities, Towns, Districts, Fortresses, Harbours, Rivers, Lakes, &c. of Hindostan, and the adjacent Countries, India beyond the Ganges, and the Eastern Archipelago; together with Sketches of the Manners, Customs, Institutions, Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures, Revenues, Population, Castes, Religion, History, &c. of their various Inhabitants (1815) [Hamilton]
Eastern Sketches in Verse (1819) [Knight]
Eastern Life, Present and Past (1848) [Martineau]
Eccelino da Romano, surnamed the Tyrant of Padua. A Poem, in Twelve Books (1828) [Dillon]
“Ecclesiastical Computation of Easter”, Quarterly Review (January 1818) [Boswell]
An Ecclesiastical History, Antient and Modern, from the Birth of Christ, to the Beginning of the Present Century (1765) [Mosheim]
Ecclesiastical Sketches (1822) [Wordsworth]
“Eclipse upon the Lake of Lugano”, Memorials of a Tour on the Continent, 1820 (1822) [Wordsworth]
Eclogues (1st cent. BC) [Virgil]
The Economy of Nature explained and illustrated: on the Principles of Modern Philosophy (1796) [Gregory]
The Economy of the Eyes (1825) [Kitchiner]
Edgar and Emmeline: a Fairy Tale in a Dramatic Entertainment of Two Acts (1761) [Hawkesworth]
Edge-Hill; or, the Rural Prospect delineated and moralized: a Poem, in Four Books (1767) [Jago]
“Edgeworth, Tales of Fashionable Life”, Quarterly Review (August 1809) [Stephen]
The Edinburgh Encyclopædia (1808-1830) [Brewster]
Edmund Oliver (1798) [Lloyd]
“Education of the People: Cousin on German Schools”, Edinburgh Review (July 1833) [Hamilton]
“Education of the People”, London Magazine (April 1828) [Knight]
“Education of the People”, Quarterly Review (September 1846) [Milman]
“Edward Young”, The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper; including the Series edited, with Prefaces, biographical and critical by Dr. Samuel Johnson (1810) [Croft]
Songs, &c. in Edward and Susan: a Burletta Spectacle ([1803]) [Dibdin]
“Edwin and Angela, a Ballad”, The Vicar of Wakefield: a Tale (1766) [Goldsmith]
Edwy and Elgiva, and Sir Everard; Two Tales (1808) [Bland]
Effigies Poeticae: or the Portraits of the British Poets illustrated by Notes Biographical, Critical, and Poetical (1824) [Procter]
“Effusion XII”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“Effusion XIII. Written at Midnight, by the Seaside, after a Voyage”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“Effusion XIX. On a Discovery made too late”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“To the Author of The Robbers”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“Effusion XXI. Composed while Climbing the Left Ascent of Brockley Comb”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“Effusion XXVI”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“Effusion XXVIII. The Kiss”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“Effusion XXIX. Imitated from Ossian”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“Egyptian Antiquities”, Quarterly Review (May 1830) [Milman]
Eighteen Hundred and Eleven: a Poem (1812) [Barbauld]
The Eighteen Christian Centuries (1858) [White]
Eikon basilike: the Povrtraitvre of His Sacred Majestie in His Solitudes and Svfferings (1648) [Charles]
“The Elder's Death Bed”, Blackwood's Magazine (March 1820) [Wilson]
“Eleanore”, Poems (1833) [Tennyson]
The Election; a Poem in Seven Books (1842) [Sterling]
Electra (410 BC c.) [Sophocles]
Elegant Extracts: or useful and entertaining Passages in Poetry, selected for the Improvement of Youth, in Speaking, Reading, Thinking, Composing, and the Conduct of Life (1789) [Knox]
Elegiac Stanzas, written during Sickness at Bath, December 1795 (1796) [Bowles]
Elegiac Sonnets, and other Essays (1784) [Smith]
Elegy written at the Hot-Wells, Bristol (1791) [Bowles]
“Elegy”, Life and Letters of Thomas Campbell (1849) [Campbell]
An Elegy wrote in a Country Churchyard (1751) [Gray]
“An Elegy. To an Old Beauty”, Poems on Several Occasions: Written by Dr. Thomas Parnell, Late Arch-Deacon of Clogher: and published by Mr. Pope (1722) [Parnel]
“Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady”, The Works of Mr. Alexander Pope (1717) [Pope]
“Elegy, on the Death of the Scottish Poet Burns”, Morning Chronicle (28 July 1800) [Roscoe]
“Elegy on Newstead Abbey”, Hours of Idleness, a Series of Poems, original and translated (1807) [Byron]
“Elegy on the Recovery of Lady Noel”, Conversations of Lord Byron (1824) [Byron]
Elementary Sketches of Moral Philosophy: delivered at the Royal Institution in the years 1804-1806 (1849) [Smith]
“Elementary Teaching”, Quarterly Review (January 1829) [Southey]
Elements of Physics: or, Natural Philosophy, General and Medical, explained independently of Technical Mathematics (1827-1829) [Arnott]
Elements of Tuition, Part III: Ludus literarius: the Classical and Grammar School; or an Exposition of an Experiment in Education, made at Madras in the years 1789-1796: with a View to its Introduction into Schools for the Higher Orders of Children, and with Particular Suggestions for its Application to a Grammar School (1815) [Bell]
Elements of Latin Hexameters and Pentameters (1821) [Bland]
Elements of Geometry, Geometrical Analysis and Plane Trigonometry. With an Appendix, Notes and Illustrations (1809) [Leslie]
Elements of Art, a Poem; in Six Cantos: with Notes and a Preface; including strictures on the state of the Arts, Criticism, Patronage, and Public Taste (1809) [Shee]
Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind (1792-1827) [Stewart]
Elements of Christian Theology: containing Proofs of the Authenticity and Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures (1799) [Tomline]
Elements of General History, Ancient and Modern (1801-1822) [Tytler]
Elements of Morality for the use of Children. Translated from the German (1790) [Wollstonecraft]
Elena (1814) [Mayr]
“The Elfin-king”, Tales of Wonder (1801) [Leyden]
Elfrida: a Dramatic Poem (1752) [Mason]
Elia. Essays which have appeared under that Signature in the London Magazine (1823) [Lamb]
Elijah's Mantle: a Tribute to the Memory of the Right Hon. William Pitt (1807) [Canning]
Eliot, Hampden, and Pym, or, a Reply of “The Author of a Book” entitiled “Commentaries on the Life and Reign of Charles the First”: to “The Author of a Book” entitled “Some Memorials of John Hampden, his Party, and his Times” (1832) [D'Israeli]
Elizabeth: or, The Exiles of Siberia: a Tale founded on Facts ([1806]) [Cottin]
Elizabeth Evanshaw: the Sequel of 'Truth', a Novel (1827) [Scargill]
“Ellandonnan Castle”, Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, consisting of Historical and Romantic Ballads, collected in the Southern Counties of Scotland, with a few of modern date, founded upon Local Tradition (1802-1803) [Mackenzie]
Ellen Middleton (1842) [Fullerton]
Ellenore, A Ballad orig. written in German by G. A. Bürger (1796) [Taylor]
“Ellis's Specimens of Early English Poetry”, Edinburgh Review (April 1804) [Scott]
“Ellis’s Specimens of Early Metrical Romances”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
“The Elm Tree”, New Monthly Magazine (September 1842) [Hood]
“Eloisa to Abelard”, The Works of Mr. Alexander Pope (1717) [Pope]
The Eloquence of the British Senate, or, Select Specimens from the Speeches of the most distinguished Parliamentary Speakers, from the Beginning of the Reign of Charles I. to the Present Time: with Notes Biographical, Critical, and Explanatory (1807) [Hazlitt]
“Elton's Specimens of the Classic Poets”, Quarterly Review (April 1815) [Hallam]
“Emancipation of Spanish America”, Edinburgh Review (January 1809) [Mill]
Embassy to the Emperor of China (1813) [Staunton]
Emblemes (1635) [Quarles]
The Emigrants, &c., or, the History of an Expatriated Family: being a Delineation of English Manners, drawn from Real Characters (1793) [Imlay]
“Emigration Report”, Quarterly Review (March 1828) [Southey]
Emile, ou, De l'éducation (1762) [Rousseau]
“Emilie de Coulanges”, Tales of Fashionable Life (1809-1812) [Edgeworth]
Emma: a Novel. In Three Volumes (1816) [Austen]
Emma: or, the Unfortunate Attachment. A Sentimental Novel (1773) [Cavendish]
Emma Corbett or, the Miseries of Civil War. Founded on some recent Circumstances which happened in America (1780) [Pratt]
“Emma”, Quarterly Review (October 1815) [Scott]
Emmeline: with some other pieces (1819) [Brunton]
The Empire of the Nairs; or, the Rights of Women. An Utopian Romance, in Twelve Books (1811) [Lawrence]
Enchiridion (108 c.) [Epictetus]
The End of Religious Controversy, in a Friendly Correspondence between a Religious Society of Protestants and a Roman Catholic divine; addressed to the Lord Bishop of St. David's, in answer to his Lordship's Protestant's Catechism (1818) [Milner]
“Endorsement to the Deed of Separation, in the April of 1816”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
Endymion: a Poetic Romance (1818) [Keats]
“Endymion the Exile”, Monthly Mirror (1808-10) [Smith]
Eneados (1513) [Douglas]
England and the English (1833) [Lytton]
The History of England (1743-1747) [Rapin]
England in 1835: a Series of Letters written to Friends in Germany during a Residence in London and Excursions into the Provinces (1836) [Raumer]
“England in 1819”, The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1839) [Shelley]
England and France; or, a Cure for the Ministerial Gallomania (1832) [Disraeli]
English Fashionables abroad. A Novel (1827) [Burdett]
The English of Shakespeare, illustrated in a Philological Commentary on his Julius Caesar (1857) [Craik]
The English Gentleman's Library Manual: or, A Guide to the Formation of a Library of Select Literature; accompanied with Original Notices, Biographical and Critical, of Authors and Books (1827) [Goodhugh]
The English Cyclopaedia: a new Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1854-1856) [Knight]
English Etymology: or, a Derivative Dictionary of the English Language (1783) [Lemon]
English Grammar: adapted to the different Classes of Learners. With an Appendix, containing Rules and Observations for promoting Perspicuity in Speaking and Writing (1795) [Murray]
The English Historical Library, or, a Short View and Character of most of the Writers now extant, either in Print or Manuscript (1696) [Nicholson]
The First Principles of Chemistry (1790) [Nicholson]
The English in Italy (1825) [Phipps]
English Songs: and other Small Poems (1832) [Procter]
The English Flora (1824-1836) [Smith]
English Lyrics (1798) [Smyth]
“English Eclogues”, Poems: by Robert Southey. The Second Volume (1799) [Southey]
“English Hexameters exemplified”, Monthly Magazine (June 1796) [Taylor]
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers (1809) [Byron]
English Minstrelsy. Being a Selection of Fugitive Poetry from the best English Authors; with some Original Pieces, hitherto unpublished (1810) [Ballantyne]
Three Generations of Englishwomen: Memoirs and Correspondence of Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs Sarah Austin and Lady Duff Gordon (1888) [Ross]
“Ennui”, Tales of Fashionable Life (1809-1812) [Edgeworth]
Enoch Arden, etc. (1864) [Tennyson]
The Enquirer. Reflections on Education, Manners, and Literature. In a Series of Essays (1797) [Godwin]
An Enquiry concerning Political Justice, and its Influence on General Virtue and Happiness (1793) [Godwin]
An Enquiry concerning the Principles of Morals (1751) [Hume]
An Enquiry into the Foundation and History of the Law of Nations in Europe: from the Time of the Greeks and Romans, to the Age of Grotius (1795) [Ward]
The Entail, or, the Lairds of Grippy (1823) [Galt]
The Enthusiast: or, the Lover of Nature. A Poem (1744) [Warton]
“The Eolian Harp”, Sibylline Leaves: a Collection of Poems (1817) [Coleridge]
Eōthen, or, Traces of Travel brought home from the East (1844) [Kinglake]
Epea pteroenta: or, the Diversions of Purley (1798) [Tooke]
Ephemerides; or, Occasional Poems, written in Scotland and South Africa (1828) [Pringle]
“The Epicurean: a Tale”, Literary Gazette (30 June 1827) [Jerdan]
The Epicurean: a Tale (1827) [Moore]
The Epigoniad: a Poem, in Nine Books (1757) [Wilkie]
“Epigram. From the French of Rulhière”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“Epigram”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“Epigram”, The Autobiography of John Galt (1833) [Galt]
“Epigram. Mr. Hoby and the Queen”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“Epigram on Wordsworth”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“Epigram on the Statues in the British Museum”, Literary Gazette (9 August 1817) [Jerdan]
“Epilogue to the Drama founded on St Ronan's Well”, The Edinburgh Weekly Journal (9 June 1824) [Scott]
Epipsychidion: Verses addressed to the noble and unfortunate Lady, Emilia V——, now imprisoned in the convent of —— (1821) [Shelley]
“Epistle to a Young Lady after many years Absence”, Poems on Various Subjects (1802) [Dermody]
Epistle to Peter Pindar. By the author of The Baviad (1800) [Gifford]
An Epistle from Mr. Pope to Dr. Arbuthnot (1734) [Pope]
An Epistle to a Friend with other Poems (1798) [Rogers]
Epistle to Thomas Moore, Esq. in imitation of the Thirteenth Satire of Juvenal (1819) [Russell]
“Epistle to a Friend on his Marriage”, Letters and Essays in Prose and Verse (1834) [Sharp]
“Epistle from Robert Southey, Esq. to Allan Cunningham”, The Anniversary; or, Poetry and Prose for MDCCCXXIX (1828) [Southey]
“Epistle from Mr. Murray to Dr. Polidori”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“Extract from an Unpublished Poem”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“Epistle to Mr. Murray”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“Epistle to a Friend, In Answer to Some Lines Exhorting the Author to be Cheerful, and to 'Banish Care'”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“Epistle to a Lady in France”, Theological Miscellany (1789) [Cowper]
The Epistles of Paul the Apostle translated, with an Exposition and Notes (1822) [Belsham]
Epistles (20 BC c.) [Horace]
Epistles, Odes, and other Poems (1806) [Moore]
Epistola critica ad eruditissimum virum Franciscum Hare, decanum Vigorniensem: in qua Horatii loca aliquot et aliorum veterum emendantur (1723) [Markland]
Epistolae Ho-Elianae. Familiar Letters, domestic and forren; divided into Six Sections, partly Historicall, Politicall, Philosophicall, upon Emergent Occasions (1645) [Howell]
Epistulae (100 c.) [Pliny]
“Epitah on John Adams, of Southwell”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“Epitaph”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“Epitaph on an Infant”, Morning Chronicle (23 September 1794) [Coleridge]
“Epitaph”, The Autobiography of William Jerdan, with his Literary, Political and Social Reminiscences and Correspondence during the last Fifty Years (1853) [Gifford]
“Epitaph on a young lady who lived neglected and died obscure”, Morning Post (7 February 1804) [Lamb]
“An Epitaph”, Literary Gazette (31 July 1819) [Lamb]
“Epitaph on a well-known Poet”, Journal of the Conversations of Lord Byron (1824) [Moore]
“Epitaph on J—n S—th—y, Esq.”, Literary Gazette (30 January 1819) [Southey]
“Epitaph for a Friend”, Hours of Idleness, a Series of Poems, original and translated (1807) [Byron]
“Epitaph on Castlereagh”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“Epitaph on Pitt”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“Epitaph on Voltaire”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“Epitaphium Damonis”, Poems of Mr. John Milton, both English and Latin (1645) [Milton]
“Epithalamion”, Amoretti and Epithalamion. Written not long since by Edmunde Spenser (1595) [Spenser]
“Epithalamium”, The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1847) [Shelley]
Epochs of the Arts: including Hints on the Use and Progress of Painting and sculpture in Great Britain (1813) [Hoare]
Epodes (30 BC c.) [Horace]
“The Erl-King”, Scots Magazine (January 1802) [Scott]
“Erskine's”, Edinburgh Review (April 1810) [Brougham]
“Der Erste Schiffer”, Schriften (1762) [Gessner]
L'escole des maris, comedie (1661) [Moliere]
De l'Esprit (1758) [Helyot]
Esprit de la méthode d'éducation de Pestalozzi : suivie et pratiquée dans l'Institut d'Éducation d'Yverdun en Suisse (1812) [Jullien]
De l'esprit des lois (1748) [Montesquieu]
Esquisse d'un tableau historique des progrès de l'esprit humain (1794) [Condorcet]
Essai historique sur Platon, et coup d'oeil rapide sur l'histoire du Platonisme depuis Platon (1809) [Combes]
Essai sur l'étude de la littérature (1761) [Gibbon]
“Essai sur les Romans considéré du côté moral”, Eléments de littérature (1787) [Marmontel]
“Essai Philosophique sur les Probabilités”, Edinburgh Review (September 1814) [Playfair]
“Essai sur les fictions”, Zulma, et trois nouvelles: précédé d'un essai sur les fictions (1813) [Stael]
Essai sur l'Histoire Générale, et sur les Moeurs et l'Esprit des Nations, depuis Charlemagne jusqu'à nos jours (1756) [Voltaire]
Essai sur les fanariotes, où l'on voit les causes primitives de leur élévation aux hospodariats de la Valachie et de la Moldavie, leur mode d'administration, et les causes principles de leur chute; suivi de quelques réflexions sur l'état actuel de la Grèce (1824) [Zallony]
Essais de morale et de politique (1806) [Mole]
Essais (1580) [Montaigne]
Essais de mémoires sur M. Suard (1820) [Sumner]
An Essay on Diet and Regimen, as indispensable to the Recovery and Enjoyment of firm Health, especially to the Indolent, Studious, Delicate, and Invalid (1812) [Adair]
An Essay concerning the Nature of Aliments, and the Choice of them, according to Different Constitutions of Human Bodies (1731-1732) [Arbuthnot]
An Essay on the Nature and Immutability of Truth, is opposition to Sophistry and Scepticism (1770) [Beattie]
An Essay towards a New Theory of Vision (1709) [Berkeley]
An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk (1739-1775) [Blomefield]
Essay on the Divine Authority of the New Testament (1802) [Bogue]
“Essay on English Poetry”, Specimens of the British Poets: with Biographical and Critical Notices, and an Essay on English Poetry (1819) [Campbell]
“An Essay on the Physiognomy and Physiology of the present Inhabitants of Britain”, New Monthly Magazine (July 1829) [Campbell]
An Essay on Naval Tactics systematical and historical. With Explanatory Plates (1790-1797) [Clerk]
Essay on the Theory of the Earth (1813) [Cuvier]
An Essay on the Manners and Genius of the Literary Character (1795) [D'Israeli]
An Essay on Certain Points of Resemblance between the Ancient and Modern Greeks (1813) [Douglas]
An Essay on the Principles and Construction of Military Bridges: and the Passage of Rivers in Military Operations (1816) [Douglas]
An Essay on the Immateriality and Immortality of the Human Soul: founded solely on physical and rational Principle (1802) [Drew]
Essay on Irish Bulls (1802) [Edgeworth]
An Essay on the Learning of Shakespeare (1767) [Farmer]
An Essay towards a Theory of Apparitions (1813) [Ferriar]
Essay on Sepulchres: or, a Proposal for erecting some Memorial of the Illustrious Dead in all ages on the Spot where their Remains have been interred (1809) [Godwin]
An Essay on Egyptian Mummies: with Observations on the Art of Embalming among the Ancient Egyptians (1825) [Granville]
Essay on the Origin, History, and Principles, of Gothic Architecture (1813) [Hall]
An Essay on the Principles of Human Action: being an Argument in favour of the natural Disinterestedness of the Human Mind. To which are added, some Remarks on the Systems of Hartley and Helvetius (1805) [Hazlitt]
“Essay on the Spirit of Monarchy”, The Liberal (1823) [Hazlitt]
An Essay on the Origin and Prospects of Man (1831) [Hope]
An Essay on the Sentiments of Attraction, Adaptation, and Variety: to which are added a Key to the Mythology of the Ancients, and Europe's likeness to the Human Spirit (1822) [Howison]
“Essay on Miracles”, Essays, Moral and Political (1748) [Hume]
An Essay on Fevers, and their Various Kinds, as depending on different Constitutions of the Blood (1750) [Huxham]
An Essay on the Distribution of Wealth and on the Sources of Taxation (1831) [Jones]
An Essay on Human Happiness (1810) [Kirwan]
An Essay concerning Humane Understanding. In Four Books (1690) [Locke]
“Essay on the Satyricon of Petronius Arbiter”, Literary Gazette (7 September 1822) [M'Quin]
An Essay on the Principle of Population as it affects the future Improvement of Society. With remarks on the Speculations of Mr. Godwin, M. Condorcet, and other writers (1798) [Malthus]
An Essay upon the Harmony of Language, intended principally to illustrate that of the English Language (1774) [Mitford]
An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine (1845) [Newman]
Essay on the Military Policy and Institutions of the British Empire (1810) [Pasley]
An Essay upon the Source of Positive Pleasure (1818) [Polidori]
An Essay on the Physiognomy and Physiology of the present Inhabitants of Britain: with reference to their Origin, as Goths and Celts (1829) [Price]
An Essay on the Picturesque, as compared with the Sublime and the Beautiful: and on the use of studying Pictures, for the Purpose of improving real Landscape (1794) [Price]
An Essay on the Modern Pronunciation of the Greek and Latin Languages (1827) [Price]
An Essay on Abstinence from Animal Food: as a Moral Duty (1802) [Ritson]
“Essay on the Imitation of Popular Poetry”, Poetical Works (1833-34) [Scott]
An Essay on the Life, Character, Writings, of Dr. Samuel Johnson (1786) [Towers]
An Essay on Crimes and Punishments; addressed to the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester (1785) [Turner]
Essay on the Principles of Translation (1797) [Tytler]
An Essay on the Writings and Genius of Pope (1756, 1782) [Warton]
An Essay towards a Real Character, and a Philosophical Language (1668) [Wilkins]
An Essay towards an Instruction for the Indians: explaining the most essential Doctrines of Christianity (1740) [Wilson]
“Essay upon Epitaphs”, The Friend (22 February 1810) [Coleridge]
“Essay, Supplementary to the Preface”, Poems by William Wordsworth including Lyrical Ballads, and the miscellaneous Pieces of the author, with additional Poems, a new Preface, and a supplementary Essay (1815) [Wordsworth]
“Essay on Italian Literature”, Illustrations of Childe Harold (1818) [Foscolo]
An Essay on Criticism (1711) [Pope]
“Essay on Fairies”, Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, consisting of historical and romantic Ballads, collected in the southern Counties of Scotland, with a few of modern date, founded upon local Tradition (1802-1803) [Scott]
An Essay on Man (1733) [Pope]
Essayes. Religious Meditations. Places of Perswasion and Disswasion. Seene and allowed (1597) [Bacon]
Essays on the Nature and Principles of Taste (1790) [Alison]
Essays on the Anatomy of Expression in Painting (1806) [Bell]
Essays on the Characteristics (1751) [Browne]
Essays on his own times (1850) [Coleridge]
“Essays”, The Works of Mr. Abraham Cowley: consisting of those which were formerly printed, and those which he design'd for the Press, now published out of the Authors Original Copies (1668) [Cowley]
Essays on the Principles of Morality, and on the Private and Political Rights and Obligations of Mankind (1829) [Dymond]
Essays, in a Series of Letters (1823) [Foster]
Essays: never before published (1873) [Godwin]
Essays and Criticisms (1798) [Goldsmith]
Essays, Moral and Political (1741) [Hume]
Essays on Physiognomy, designed to promote the Knowledge and the Love of Mankind (1789, 1792, 1798) [Lavater]
Essays on Various Subjects (1790) [Monro]
Essays on the Picturesque, as compared with the Sublime and the Beautiful; and, on the use of studying Pictures, for the purpose of improving real Landscape (1798) [Price]
Essays on Hypochondriasis and other Nervous Affections (1816) [Reid]
Essays, and Sketches of Life and Character. By a Gentleman who has left his Lodgings (1820) [Russell]
Essays, Letters from Abroad, Translations and Fragments (1840) [Shelley]
Essays, Moral and Political (1832) [Southey]
Essays, Political, Economical and Philosophical (1796-1800) [Thompson]
Essays on Petrarch (1823) [Foscolo]
Esther: tragedie tirée de l'Escriture Sainte (1689) [Racine]
L'Étape ([1902]) [Bourget]
Ethelinde: or, the Recluse of the Lake (1790) [Smith]
“Ethwald: a Tragedy”, A Series of Plays: in which it is attempted to delineate the stronger Passions of the Mind: each Passion being the Subject of a Tragedy and a Comedy. Vol. II (1806) [Baillie]
“Eton School-education in England”, Quarterly Review (August 1834) [Milman]
Études d'histoire religieuse (1857) [Renan]
An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language, illustrating the Words in their different Significations by Examples from Ancient and Modern Writers (1808) [Jamieson]
“Etymological Gleanings”, Literary Gazette (1821-1823) [M'Quin]
Etymologicon Magnum; or, Universal Etymological Dictionary on a New Plan (1800) [Whiter]
Eugene Aram. A Tale (1832) [Lytton]
“Eugene Aram”, Literary Gazette (24 December 1831) [Jerdan]
Eumenides (458 BC) [Aeschylus]
Eunuchus (161 BC) [Tennyson]
Europe: Lines on the present War (1809) [Heber]
“Euthanasia”, Childe Harold (1812-1818) [Byron]
Evadne, or, the Statue: a Tragedy in Five Acts (1819) [Sheil]
Evangeline: a Tale of Acadie (1848) [Longfellow]
“The Eve of St. Agnes”, Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and other Poems (1820) [Keats]
“The Eve of Battle”, The Etonian (1821) []
“Eve of St John”, Tales of Wonder (1801) [Scott]
Evelina, or, a Young Lady’s Entrance into the World (1778) [Burney]
“Evelyn's Memoirs”, Quarterly Review (April 1815) [Southey]
Evenings at Home; or, the Juvenile Budget opened: consisting of a Variety of Miscellaneous Pieces (1792-1796) [Aikin]
The Eventful History of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of H.M.S. Bounty, its Causes and Consequences (1831) [Barrow]
The Ever Green: being a Collection of Scots Poems, wrote by the Ingenious before 1600 (1724) [Ramsay]
Every-body's Business, is No-body's Business; or, Private Abuses, Publick Grievances: exemplified in the Pride, Insolence, and exorbitant Wages of our Women-servants, Footmen, &c. (1725) [Defoe]
Every Man in his Humour (1601) [Jonson]
The Every Day Book, or, a Guide to the Year: describing the Popular Amusements, Sports, Ceremonies, Manners, Customs, and Events, incident to the three hundred and sixty-five Days in past and present Times (1826-1827) [Hone]
The Evidence and Authority of Divine Revelation. Being a View of the Testimony of the Law and the Prophets to the Messiah, with the subsequent Testimonies (1816) [Haldane]
The Evidences of the Genuineness of the Gospels (1837-44) [Norton]
Examen: or, an Enquiry into the Credit and Veracity of a pretended Complete History shewing the Perverse and Wicked design of it, and the many Falsities and Abuses of Truth contained in it. Together with some Memoirs (1740) [North]
An Examination of the Remarks on the Report of the Commissioners, appointed by the Legislature of New York, on the 12th of April, 1824, to visit the State Prisons at New York and Auburn, and the Act proposed for regulating the same (1826) [Allen]
An Examination of the Strictures of the Critical Reviewers on the Translation of Juvenal (1803) [Gifford]
“An Examination of Mr. Malthus's Doctrines”, Yellow Dwarf (4 April 1818) [Hazlitt]
An Examination of Dr. Reid's Inquiry into the Human Mind on the Principles of Common Sense, Dr. Beattie's Essay on the Nature and Immutability of Truth, and Dr. Oswald's Appeal to Common Sense in behalf of Religion (1774) [Priestley]
The Excursion, being a portion of The Recluse, a Poem (1814) [Wordsworth]
Exemplars of Tudor Architecture, adapted to Modern Habitations: with illustrative Details, selected from ancient Edifices; and Observations on Furniture of the Tudor Period (1830) [Hunt]
“The Exile of Erin”, Morning Chronicle (28 January 1801) [Campbell]
The Exodiad, a Poem. By the Authors of Calvary and Richard the First (1807) [Cumberland]
Exodus: an Epic Poem in Thirteen Books (1807) [Hoyle]
Exotic Botany: consisting of Coloured Figures, and Scientific Descriptions, of such New, Beautiful, or Rare Plants as are worthy of Cultivation in the Gardens of Britain; with Remarks on their Qualities, History, and Requisite Modes of Treatment (1804-1805) [Smith]
The Expediency of a Free Exportation of Corn at this Time: with some Observations on the Bounty, and its Effects (1770) [Young]
“Expedition against Copenhagen”, Edinburgh Review (January 1809) [Brougham]
The Expedition of Humphry Clinker (1771) [Smollett]
The Expedition of Orsua; and the Crimes of Aguirre (1821) [Southey]
“Expeditions on the Amazon”, Quarterly Review (September 1836) [Southey]
An Experimental Inquiry into the Nature and Propagation of Heat (1804) [Leslie]
The Exposition of the Creed (1810) [Burney]
An Exposition with Practical Observations upon … the Chapters of … Job (1643-1666) [Caryl]
An Exposition of all the Books of the Old and New Testament: wherein each Chapter is summ'd up in it's Contents, the Sacred Text inserted at large in Distinct Paragraphs, each Paragraph reduced to it's Proper Heads, the Sense given, and largely illustrated with Practical Remarks and Observations (1708-12) [Henry]
An Expostulatory Epistle to Lord Byron (1820) [Cottle]
An Expostulatory Letter to Dr. Moseley, on his Review of the Report of the London College of Physicians on Vaccination (1808) [Morgan]
Extension of Suffrage. An Examination of the Clause in the Reform Bill, by which the Right of Voting for Members of Parliament is to be extended in Cities and Boroughs ([1831]) [Forwood]
“Extract from an Unpublished Poem”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“Extract from Poems of Apprehension”, Literary Gazette (1 July 1820) [Maginn]
Extracts of the Journals and Correspondence of Miss Berry, from the Year 1783 to 1852 (1865) [Berry]
Extracts from a Journal, written on the Coasts of Chili, Peru, and Mexico, in the years 1820, 1821, 1822 (1824) [Hall]
“The Extravaganza. A Poem”, Poems on Various Subjects (1802) [Dermody]
Fables on Subjects connected with Literature. Imitated from the Spanish of Tomas de Yriarte (1804) [Belfour]
Fables and Satires: with a Preface on the Esopean Fable (1809) [Boothby]
Fables and Other Pieces in Verse. With some Account of the Author in Letters to Robert Southey (1831) [Colling]
Fables Ancient and Modern; translated into Verse, from Homer, Ovid, Boccace, & Chaucer: with Original Poems (1700) [Dryden]
Fables (1727) [Gay]
Fables Ancient and Modern. Adapted for the use of Children (1805) [Godwin]
Fables for the Holy Alliance, Rhymes on the Road, &c., &c (1823) [Moore]
The Fables of Flora (1771) [Langhorne]
The Faerie Queene (1590, 1596) [Spenser]
Die Fahrten Thiodolfs des Islaenders: ein Ritterroman (1815) [Fouque]
“The Fair Isabel of Cotchele”, Quarterly Review (January 1816) [Scott]
The Fair Isabel of Cotehele, a Cornish Romance, in Six Cantos (1815) [Polwhele]
The Fair Penitent. A Tragedy (1703) [Rowe]
Fair Rosamond, or, the Days of King Henry II: an Historical Romance (1839) [Miller]
Fairburn's Genuine Edition of the Suppressed Letter to the Right Honourable George Canning: (printed verbatim from the original copy,) to which are added Mr. Canning's Letter to the Author; the Author's Reply, &c. &c. (1818) [Hobhouse]
Faire-Virtue, the Mistresse of Phil'arete. Written by Him-Selfe (1622) [Wither]
“The Fairy's Answer to Mrs. Greville”, A Collection of Poems in Four Volumes (1770) [Howard]
Fairy King (1800 ca.) [Hunt]
Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland (1825-1828) [Croker]
“Falconer’s Shipwreck”, Annual Review for 1804 (1805) [Southey]
Falkland (1827) [Lytton]
The Fall of Robespierre. An Historic Drama (1794) [Coleridge]
The Fall of Cambria, a Poem (1808) [Cottle]
The Fall of Jerusalem: a Dramatic Poem (1820) [Milman]
Falstaff's Wedding: a Comedy. Being a Sequel to the Second Part of the Play of King Henry the Fourth. Written in imitation of Shakespeare ([1766]) [Kenrick]
Original Letters, &c. of Sir John Falstaff and his Friends; now first made public by a Gentleman, a Descendant of Dame Quickly, from Genuine Manuscripts (1796) [White]
Familiar Letters (1894) [Scott]
Familiar Epistles to Frederick J[one]s, Esq. On the Present State of the Irish Stage (1804) [Croker]
Familiarum colloquiorum formulae: et alia quaedam (1518) [Erasmus]
The Family Legend: a Tragedy (1810) [Baillie]
The Family Instructor. In Two Parts (1718) [Defoe]
The Family Expositor, or, a Paraphrase and Version of the New Testament: with Critical Notes (1739-1740) [Doddridge]
The Famous Tragedy of the Rich Jew of Malta (1633) [Marlowe]
The Famous History of the Life of King Henry the Eight (1623) [Shakespeare]
“Fancy in Nubibus. A Sonnet, composed on the Sea Coast”, Blackwood's Magazine (November 1819) [Coleridge]
“Fancy employed on Divine Subjects”, Poems: by S. T. Coleridge, second Edition. To which are now added Poems by Charles Lamb, and Charles Lloyd (1797) [Lamb]
The Fancy: a Selection from the Poetical Remains of Peter Corcoran (1820) [Reynolds]
“Fancy's Party. A Fragment.”, Foliage, or: Poems original and translated (1818) [Hunt]
Fanny Hervey, or, the Mother's Choice (1849) [Stirling]
Le Fantôme (1901) [Bourget]
“A Farewell to Essay-writing”, London Weekly Review (29 March 1828) [Hazlitt]
“[Farewell to John Keats]”, The Indicator (20 September 1820) [Hunt]
“Farewell to Tobacco”, The Reflector (1811) [Lamb]
“A Farewell to England”, Kaleidoscope or Literary and Scientific Mirror (7 March 1820) [Ritchie]
“A Farewell”, Poems by Samuel Rogers (1812) [Rogers]
“Farewell for Kemble”, The Sale Room (5 April 1817) [Scott]
“Fare thee well”, The Champion (April 1816) [Byron]
“The Farewell to a Lady”, Imitations and Translations from the ancient and modern Classics (1809) [Byron]
“Farewell! If ever fondest Prayer”, The Corsair: a Tale (1814) [Byron]
The Farmer's Boy: a Rural Poem in Four Books (1800) [Bloomfield]
“The Farmer of Tilsbury Vale”, The Morning Post (1800) [Wordsworth]
The Faro Table; or, the Guardians. A Comedy (1816) [Tobin]
The Fat Knight and the Petition; or, Cits in the Dumps! a Poem (1815) [Wolcot]
“The Fatal Sisters. An Ode”, Poems by Mr. Gray. A New Edition (1768) [Gray]
Fatal Curiosity: a true Tragedy of Three Acts (1737) [Lillo]
“Fatal Revenge; or, the Family of Montorio”, Quarterly Review (February 1810) [Scott]
The Fatal Marriage, or, the Innocent Adultery: a Play (October 1824) [Southerne]
Fatal Revenge; or, the Family of Montorio. A Romance (1807) [Maturin]
The Fate of Adelaide, a Swiss Romantic Tale; and other Poems (1821) [Landon]
The Father’s Revenge. A Tragedy (1783) [Howard]
The Fathers, or, the Good-natur'd Man: a Comedy (1778) [Fielding]
Faulkener: a Tragedy (1807) [Godwin]
Faust; a Drama, by Goethe: and Schiller's Song of the Bell. Translated by Lord F. L. Gower (1823) [Egerton]
Faust. Eine Tragödie (1808, 1832) [Goethe]
Faust; a Dramatic Poem translated into English Prose, with Remarks on former Translations, and Notes (1833) [Hayward]
“The Faustus of Goethe”, Blackwood's Magazine (June 1820) [Anster]
“Faux—Memorable Days in America”, Quarterly Review (July 1823) [Barrow]
Le faux savant: comedie (1749) [Du Vaure]
Fazio, a Tragedy (1815) [Milman]
The Feast of the Poets, with Notes and other Pieces in Verse (1814) [Hunt]
The Feathered Tribes of the British Isles (1835) [Mudie]
“[Untitled Essay]”, Leigh Hunt's London Journal (21 January 1835) [Clarke]
“Fellow Creatures suffered to Die for Want”, The Examiner (1817) [Hunt]
“Fellowes's Body of Theology”, Critical Review (June 1808) [Parr]
Female Biography; or, Memoirs of Illustrious and Celebrated Women, of all Ages and Countries. Alphabetically arranged (1803) [Hays]
The Female Quixote; or, the Adventures of Arabella (1752) [Lennox]
The Female Reader; or Miscellaneous Pieces in Prose and Verse; selected from the best Writers, and disposed under proper Heads; for the Improvement of Young Women. By Mr. Cresswick, Teacher of Elocution. To which is prefixed a Preface, containing some Hints on Female Education (1789) [Wollstonecraft]
La Femme juge et partie, comédie (1669) [Montfleury]
Ferguson's Astronomy explained upon Sir Isaac Newton's Principles: with Notes and Supplementary Chapters (1811) [Brewster]
“Ferriar on Apparitions”, Quarterly Review (July 1813) [Rose]
Festus: a Poem (1839) [Bailey]
“The Fever Ship. From the Journal of Capt. Andrew Smith”, London Weekly Review (1828) [Redding]
“Field Flowers”, New Monthly Magazine (July 1826) [Campbell]
The Field of Waterloo: a Poem (1815) [Scott]
Fifteen Sermons preached at the Rolls Chapel (1726) [Butler]
“The Fifth Ode of Horace. Lib. I”, Poems, &c. upon several Occasions (1673) [Milton]
Fifty Years' Recollections: Literary and Personal, with Observations on Men and Things (1858) [Redding]
“The Fight”, New Monthly Magazine (February 1822) [Hazlitt]
Filippo (1783) [Alfieri]
El fin del inamoramento dorlando (1495) [Boiardo]
A Final Appeal to the Literary Public relative to Pope, in reply to certain Observations of Mr. Roscoe, in his edition of that Poet's works: to which are added some Remarks on Lord Byron's Conversations as far as they relate to the same Subject and the Author (1825) [Bowles]
Final Memorials of Charles Lamb: consisting chiefly of his Letters not before published, with Sketches of some of his Companions (1848) [Talfourd]
Fingal, an Ancient Epic Poem: in Six Books (1762) [Macpherson]
“Fire, Famine, and Slaughter. A War Eclogue”, Morning Post (8 January 1798) [Coleridge]
“The Fire-King”, Tales of Wonder (1801) [Scott]
“The Fire-Worshippers”, Lalla Rookh, an Oriental Romance (1817) [Moore]
“Fireside Quatrains to Charles Lamb”, A New Year's Eve and other Poems (1828) [Barton]
A Fireside Book: or, the Account of a Christmas spent at Old Court (1828) [Tayler]
The First Part of the Institutes of the Lawes of England: or a Commentarie upon Littleton (1628) [Coke]
First Exercises for Children in Light, Shade, and Colour, with numerous Illustrations (1840) [Cole]
The First Stroke of the Axe at the baleful Tree of False Knowledge, & its main Root severed; or, an Analysis, by Experiments and Natural Facts, of true Gravity, and its real Phenomena & Cause developed (1820) [Cormouls]
First Lines of the Practice of Physic, for the use of Students in the University of Edinburgh (1777) [Cullen]
First Love: a Comedy (1795) [Cumberland]
First Fruits of Australian Poetry (1819) [Field]
The First Canto of Ricciardetto: translated from the Italian of Forteguerri; with an Introduction (1822) [Glenbervie]
“First Fruits of Australian Poetry”, The Examiner (16, 17 January 1820) [Lamb]
The First Attempt; or, the Whim of a Moment (1807) [Morgan]
The First Ten Cantos of the Inferno of Dante Alighieri. Newly translated into English Verse (1813) [Parsons]
A First Letter to a Reformer, in reply to a Pamphlet lately published by Walter Fawkes, (late M.P. for the County of York,) entitled The Englishman's Manual (1817) [Sadler]
First Impressions, or, Trade in the West: a Comedy in Five Acts (1813) [Smith]
Thee First Fore Bookes of Virgil his Aeneis translated intoo English Heroical Verse by Richard Stanyhurst, wyth oother Poëtical Diuises theretoo annexed (1582) [Stanihurst]
The First Epistle of the Second Book of Horace imitated (1737) [Pope]
“The First Love”, Monthly Chronicle; a National Journal (January 1841) [Clarke]
“Fischer's Travels”, Annual Review for 1802 (1803) [Southey]
Five Discourses containing certain Arguments for and against the Reception of Christianity by the antient Jews and Greeks (1796) [Ireland]
The Five Nights of St. Albans (1829) [Mudford]
“The Five Carlines”, Life of Robert Burns (1828) [Burns]
“Flaxman's Lectures on Sculpture”, Edinburgh Review (October 1829) [Hazlitt]
Fleetwood: or, the new Man of Feeling (1805) [Godwin]
Flights of Inflatus; or, the Sallies, Stories, and Adventures of a Wild-goose Philosopher. By the Author of The Trifler (1791) [Oliphant]
Flim-Flams! or, the Life and Errors of my Uncle, and the Amours of my Aunt! (1805) [D'Israeli]
“Flinders's A Voyage to Terra Australis”, Quarterly Review (October 1814) [Barrow]
Flirtation: a Novel (1827) [Bury]
The Flood of Thessaly, The Girl of Provence, and other Poems (1823) [Procter]
Flora domestica: or, the Portable Flower-garden: with Directions for the Treatment of Plants in Pots; and Illustrations from the Works of the Poets (1823) [Kent]
Florence Macarthy: an Irish Tale (1818) [Morgan]
Le Florentin, comédie en 1 acte et en vers (1818) [La Fontaine]
“The Florentine Lovers”, The Liberal (1822) [Hunt]
The Florist's Manual, or, Hints for the construction of a Gay Flower Garden (1816) [Jacson]
The Fly Fisher's Guide: illustrated by Coloured Plates representing upwards of forty of the most useful Flies, accurately copied from Nature (1816) [Bainbridge]
“Foliage, by Leigh Hunt”, Quarterly Review (January 1818) [Coleridge]
Foliage, or: Poems original and translated (1818) [Hunt]
“Fonthill Abbey”, Literary Gazette (17 August-21 September 1822) [M'Quin]
The Fool of Quality, or, the History of Henry, Earl of Moreland (1767-1770) [Brooke]
“For Saint Cecilia's Day”, Literary Gazette (26 September 1818) [Procter]
“Forbes's Oriental Memoirs”, Quarterly Review (October 1814) [Southey]
“The Force of Prayer, or, The Founding of Bolton, a Tradition”, White Doe of Rylstone, or, the Fate of the Nortons, a Poem (1815) [Wordsworth]
The Force of Religion; or, vanquish’d Love. A poem. In Two Books (1714) [Young]
“Ford's Dramatic Works, by Weber”, Quarterly Review (December 1811) [Gifford]
Foreign and Domestic View of the Catholic Question (1828) [Knight]
Forest Scenes and Incidents, in the Wilds of North America: being a Diary of a Winter's Route from Halifax to the Canadas, and during four Months' Residence in the Woods on the Borders of Lakes Huron and Simcoe (1829) [Head]
Forest Life (1842) [Kirkland]
The Forest Minstrel; a Selection of Songs, adapted to the most favourite Scottish Airs. Few of them ever before published (1810) [Hogg]
The Forest Sanctuary: and other Poems (1825) [Hemans]
“The Forging of the Anchor”, Blackwood's Magazine (February 1832) [Ferguson]
The Fortunate Mistress: or, a History of the Life and vast variety of Fortunes of Mademoiselle de Beleau, afterwards call'd the Countess de Wintselsheim, in Germany. Being the Person known by the Name of the Lady Roxana, in the time of King Charles II (1724) [Defoe]
Fortune by Land and Sea; a Tragi-comedy (1845) [Field]
The Fortunes of Nigel (1822) [Scott]
The Forty Thieves: a grand romantic drama, in two acts ([1803?]) [Colman]
The Four Slaves of Cythera, a Romance, in Ten Cantos (1809) [Bland]
The Four Ages; together with Essays on Various Subjects (1798) [Jackson]
Four Sermons (1822) [Parr]
The Four Georges: Sketches of Manners, Morals, Court and Town Life (1861) [Thackeray]
Fourteen Sonnets, Elegiac and Descriptive, written during a Tour (1789) [Bowles]
“A Fragment”, Fugitive Pieces (1806) [Byron]
“Fragment of a Prologue”, The Autobiography of William Jerdan, with his Literary, Political and Social Reminiscences and Correspondence during the last Fifty Years (1853) [Gifford]
“Fragment of an unfinished Poem”, Literary Gazette (9 January 1819) [Knowles]
A Fragment on the Irish Roman Catholic Church (1845) [Smith]
“Fragment Extempore. An Imitation”, Literary Gazette (7 August 1819) [Croly]
“Fragment of an Epistle to Thomas Moore”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
Fragments of Voyages and Travels: including Anecdotes of a Naval Life: chiefly for the use of Young Persons (1831-1833) [Hall]
“Fragments of a Roman Tale”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (June 1823) [Macaulay]
Fragments, in Prose and Verse: by a Young Lady, lately deceased. With some Account of her Life and Character (1808) [Smith]
“France: an Ode”, Morning Post (16 April 1798) [Coleridge]
“France, by Lady Morgan”, Quarterly Review (April 1817) [Croker]
France (1817) [Morgan]
France in 1829-30 (1829) [Morgan]
“Francesca of Rimini”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
Francesca Carrara (1834) [Landon]
Francesca da Rimini, tragedia (1818) [Pellico]
Francis the First. An Historical Drama (1832) [Kemble]
“Francis the First by Miss Kemble”, Quarterly Review (March 1832) [Milman]
Francisci Godwini primo Landavensis dein Herefordensis episcopi De praesulibus Angliae commentarius (1743) [Richardson]
“Frank”, Early Lessons (1801) [Edgeworth]
Frank Hayman; a Tale; written by John Taylor, Esquire, Author of Monsieur Tonson, and originally intended for recitation at the Haymarket Theatre, during the Lent Season (1798) [Taylor]
Frankenstein, or, the Modern Prometheus (1818) [Shelley]
“Franklin's Journey to the Polar Sea”, Quarterly Review (January 1823) [Barrow]
Frederick the Great, his Court and Times (1842-43) [Campbell]
Fredolfo: a Tragedy in Five Acts (1819) [Maturin]
A Free Translation of the Preface to Bellendenus, containing Animated Strictures on the Great Political Characters of the Present Time (1788) [Beloe]
Free Thoughts on Public Affairs: or Advice to a Patriot; in a Letter addressed to a Member of the Old Opposition (1806) [Hazlitt]
A Free Discussion of the Doctrines of Materialism, and Philosophical Necessity: in a Correspondence between Dr. Price and Dr. Priestly (1778) [Priestley]
Der Freischütz (1821) [Weber]
The French Revolution: a History (1837) [Carlyle]
On the French Revolution (1797) [Necker]
“French Revolution; conspiration de Babeuf”, Quarterly Review (April 1831) [Southey]
The French Cook; or, the Art of Cookery developed in all its various Branches (1813) [Ude]
“French and English Tragedy”, New Monthly Magazine (July-October 1821) [Wallace]
“The Friars of Dijon. A Tale”, New Monthly Magazine (March 1821) [Campbell]
The Friend: a Literary, Moral, and Political Weekly Paper, excluding personal and party Politics and the Events of the Day (1809-1810) [Coleridge]
The Friends: a Poem. In Four Books (1818) [Hodgson]
My Friends and Acquaintance: being Memorials, Mind-portraits, and Personal Recollections of Deceased Celebrities of the Nineteenth Century; with Selections from their Unpublished Letters (1854) [Patmore]
Friendship in Death: in Letters from the Dead to the Living: to which are added, Thoughts on Death (1725) [Rowe]
“Letters Moral and Entertaining”, Friendship in Death: in Letters from the Dead to the Living: to which are added, Letters Moral and Entertaining, in Prose and Verse (1736) [Rowe]
“Frogmore Fête, an Ode for Music”, Hair Powder; a Plaintive Epistle to Mr. Pitt: by Peter Pindar Esq. To which is added, Frogmore Fête, an Ode for Music, for the First of April (1795) [Wolcot]
Frogs (405 BC) [Aristophanes]
Froissart (1894) [Duclaux]
Froissart and his Times (1832) [St Leger]
“From the Arabic. An Imitation”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
“From Messrs Lackington and Co”, Intercepted Letters: or, the Two Penny Post-bag. To which are added, Trifles reprinted (1813) [Moore]
“From the Countess Dowager of Cork”, Intercepted Letters: or, the Two Penny Post-bag. To which are added, Trifles reprinted (1813) [Moore]
“From the French”, Morning Chronicle (15 March 1816) [Byron]
“From the French”, The Liberal (1823) [Byron]
“From the Portuguese”, Childe Harold (1812-1818) [Byron]
The Frozen Deep. A Drama. In Three Acts (1866) [Collins]
The Fruits of Experience: or Memoir of Joseph Brasbridge, written in his 80th year (1824) [Brasbridge]
“The Fudge Family in Paris”, Yellow Dwarf (25 April 1818) [Hazlitt]
The Fudge Family in Paris (1818) [Moore]
Fugitive Pieces (1806) [Byron]
“The Funeral”, Poems: by Robert Southey. The Second Volume (1799) [Southey]
“A Funeral Song for the Princess Charlotte”, Annual Register of the Year 1827 (1828) [Southey]
Fust von Stromberg. Ein Schauspiel in fünf Aufzügen (1782) [Maier]
Le comte de Gabalis (1670) [Montfaucon]
Gabrielle: a Tale of the Swiss Mountains (1829) [Redding]
Gaffer Gray, or, the Misfortunes of Poverty: a Christmas Ditty, very fit to be chanted at Midsummer (1806) [Holcroft]
A Gallery of Literary Portraits (1845) [Gilfillan]
“Galt's”, Edinburgh Review (April 1814) [Brougham]
“The Game Laws”, Edinburgh Review (March 1819) [Smith]
The Gamester: a Tragedy (1753) [Moore]
The Gamester of Milan: a Play in Three Acts ([1834?]) [Serle]
“Garci Ferrandez”, Edinburgh Annual Register for 1809 (1811) [Southey]
“The Garden”, Miscellaneous Poems (1681) [Marvell]
The Garden of Florence; and other Poems (1821) [Reynolds]
The Gardener's and Florist's Dictionary: or a Complete System of Horticulture (1724) [Miller]
A Garland for the Grave of Richard Brinsley Sheridan (1816) [Phillips]
“Garry Owen; or, The Snow Woman”, The Christmas Box; an Annual for Children (1829) [Edgeworth]
The Gas blow-pipe: or, Art of Fusion by burning the Gaseous Constituents of Water (1819) [Clarke]
Gebir: a Poem, in Seven Books (1798) [Landor]
“Gebir; a Poem”, Critical Review (September 1799) [Southey]
Geiriadur cynmraeg a saesoneg. A Welsh and English Dictionary; compiled from the Laws, History, Poetry, Bardism, Proverbs, and other Monuments of the Knowledge and Learning of the Ancient Britons; with numerous and select Quotations (1793) [Pughe]
Gems, principally from the Antique (1822) [Croly]
Gems, selected from the Antique, with Illustrations (1804) [Dagley]
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland (1835-1838) [Burke]
General Biography; or, Lives, Critical and Historical, of the most Eminent Persons of all Ages, Countries, Conditions, and Professions, arranged according to alphabetical order (1799-1815) [Aikin]
General Introduction to the Encyclopedia Metropolitana; or, a Preliminary Treatise on Method (1818) [Coleridge]
General Condition of Europe. A Speech (1850) [Cortes]
A General History of the Lives and Adventures of the most famous Highwaymen, Murderers, Street-robbers: &c. To which is added, a Genuine Account of the Voyages and Plunders of the most notorious Pyrates. Interspersed with several Diverting Tales, and Pleasant Songs. And Adorned with the Heads of the most Remarkable Villains, curiously engraven on Copper. By Capt. Charles Johnson (1734) [Defoe]
A General Theorem for a ******* Coll. Declamation (1796) [Le Grice]
A General View of the African Slave-Trade: demonstrating its Injustice and Impolicy: with Hints towards a Bill for its Abolition (1788) [Roscoe]
General Zoology, or, Systematic Natural History (1800-1826) [Shaw]
General View of the Agriculture, State of Property, and Improvements, in the County of Dumfries: drawn up under the Direction of the Board of Agriculture (1812) [Singer]
A General Dictionary of the English Language (1780) [Sheridan]
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, arranged in systematic Order: forming a complete History of the Origin and Progress of Navigation, Discovery, and Commerce, by Sea and Land, from the earliest Ages to the present Time (1811-1824) [Kerr]
“Genevieve”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“Génie du christianisme by Chateaubriand”, Annual Review (1802) [Barbauld]
Génie du christianisme, ou, beautés de la religion chrétienne (1802) [Chateaubriand]
“A Gentle Alternative prepared for the Reviewers”, Lady Jane Grey: a Tale (1809) [Hodgson]
“The Gentle Giantess”, London Magazine (December 1822) [Lamb]
The Gentle Shepherd: a Scots Pastoral Comedy (1725) [Ramsay]
The Gentleman's Stable Directory: or, Modern System of Farriery, etc. (1788) [Taplin]
Geographical Memoirs on New South Wales (1825) [Field]
A Geographical, Statistical, and Historical Description of Hindostan, and the adjacent Countries (1820) [Hamilton]
“Geographical Society Proposed”, The Literary Gazette (20 September 1828) [Huttmann]
A Geographical Memoir of the Persian Empire, accompanied by a Map (1813) [Kinneir]
George Selwyn and his Contemporaries: with Memoirs and Notes (1843-1844) [Jesse]
George Dandin ou le Mari confondu (1668) [Moliere]
The Georgian Era: Memoirs of the most eminent Persons, who have flourished in Great Britain, from the Accession of George the First to the Demise of George the Fourth (1832-1834) [Clarke]
Georgica Pulbii Virgilii Maronis hexaglotta (1827) [Sotheby]
The Georgics of Virgil (1800) [Sotheby]
Georgics (1st cent. BC) [Virgil]
The Georgics of Publius Virgilius Maro, translated into English Blank Verse (1808) [Virgil]
A Translation of the Georgics of Publius Virgilius Maro, with the original Text (1808) [Virgil]
Les Géorgiques de Virgile: traduction nouvelle en vers Franc̜ois, enrichies de notes (1770) [Delille]
Aristarchus sive de Arte grammatica libri septem (1662) [Vossius]
Germania; its Courts, Camps, and People (1850) [Blaze de Bury]
Germania (1st c.) [Tacitus]
Germany in 1831 (1836) [Strang]
“Gertrude of Wyoming”, Quarterly Review (May 1809) [Scott]
Gertrude of Wyoming; a Pennsylvanian Tale. And other Poems (1809) [Campbell]
Gerusalemme Liberata (1581) [Tasso]
Rime del signor Torquato Tasso: diuise in amorose, boscherezze, maritime, imenei, heroiche, morali, lugubri, sacre, e varie: con gli argomenti ad ogni compositione (1621) [Tasso]
A Ghost Story: a Drama in Two Acts (1836) [Serle]
The Giaour, a Fragment of a Turkish Tale (1813) [Byron]
“Gifford's Life of the Rt. Hon. W. Pitt”, Quarterly Review (August 1810) [Grant]
Gilbert Gurney (1836) [Hook]
“Ginevra”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
“The Gipsy's Malison”, Blackwood's Magazine (January 1829) [Lamb]
The Girlhood of Shakespeare's Heroines: in a Series of fifteen Tales (1850-1851) [Clarke]
“Gladstone on Church and State”, Quarterly Review (December 1839) [Sewell]
A Glance at Revolutionized Italy: a Visit to Messina, and a Tour through the Kingdom of Naples, the Abruzzi, the Marches of Ancona, Rome, the States of the Church, Tuscany, Genoa, Piedmont, &c., &c., in the Summer of 1848 (1849) [Macfarlane]
The Gleaner. A Miscellaneous Production (1798) [Murray]
Gleanings through Wales, Holland and Westphalia, with Views of Peace and War at home and abroad (1795) [Pratt]
“Glenara”, Gertrude of Wyoming; a Pennsylvanian Tale. And other Poems (1809) [Campbell]
Glenarvon: in Three Volumes (1816) [Lamb]
“Glenfinlas or Lord Ronald's Coronach”, Tales of Wonder (1801) [Lewis]
Glig-gamena Angel-deod, or, the Sports and Pastimes of the People of England: including the Rural and Domestic Recreations, May-games, Mummeries, Pageants, Processions, and Pompous Spectacles from the Earliest Period to the Present Time (1801) [Strutt]
Glossary of Northamptonshire Words and Phrases, with Examples of their Colloquial Use, and Illustrations from Various Authors: to which are added the Customs of the Country (1854) [Baker]
A Glossary, or Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to Customs, Proverbs, etc., which have been thought to require illustration, in the Works of English Authors, particularly Shakespeare, and his Contemporaries (1822) [Nares]
“Glycine: a Song”, Zapolya: a Christmas Tale (1817) [Coleridge]
The Goblin Groom; a Tale of Dunse (1809) [Fenwick]
God the Guardian of the Poor, and the Bank of Faith: or, a Display of the Providences of God, which have at sundry time attended the Author (1805) [Huntington]
Godfrey of Bulloigne, or the Recoverie of Ierusalem (1600) [Fairfax]
Godfrey of Bulloigne; or, The Recovery of Jerusalem: done into English Heroical Verse, from the Italian of Tasso (1817) [Fairfax]
“Godiva”, New Monthly Magazine (March 1850) [Hunt]
“Godiva,—A Tale”, The Etonian (1821) []
“Godiva”, Poems (1842) [Tennyson]
Godolphin, a Novel (1833) [Lytton]
“Godwin's Lives of Milton's Nephews”, Edinburgh Review (October 1815) [Mackintosh]
“Godwin on Malthus”, Edinburgh Review (July 1821) [Malthus]
“Godwin's Fleetwood: a Novel”, Edinburgh Review (April 1805) [Scott]
“Godwin's Life of Chaucer”, Edinburgh Review (January 1804) [Scott]
“Godwin's Life of Chaucer”, Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
Goetz of Berlichingen: with the Iron Hand: a Tragedy (1799) [Scott]
“Gog; a Poem”, The Etonian (1820) [Praed]
“Table-talk (No. I): on going a Journey”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1822) [Hazlitt]
The Golden Calf: a Comedy in Three Acts ([1832?]) [Jerrold]
The Golden Pippin: an English Burletta in Three Acts (1773) [O'Hara]
The Golden Violet: with its Tales of Romance and Chivalry; and other Poems (1827) [Landon]
Gondibert: an Heroick Poem (1651) [Davenant]
“Gone, or Going”, The Table Book; or, Daily Recreation and Information concerning remarkable Men, Manners, Times, Seasons (1827) [Lamb]
“[Gone from her cheek is the summer bloom]”, Literary Gazette (21 November 1818) [Procter]
“The Good French Governess”, Moral Tales for Young People (1801) [Edgeworth]
“The Good Clerk, a Character; with some Account of The Complete English Tradesman”, The Reflector (1811) [Lamb]
A Good Night's Rest, or, Two in the Morning! A Farce in One Act ([1839?]) [Gore]
“Good Night”, Literary Pocket-Book (1822) [Shelley]
“Goose-berry Pie. A Pindaric Ode”, Metrical Tales and other Poems (1805) [Southey]
The Tragedie of Gorboduc (1565) [Sackville]
Götz von Berlichingen (1773) [Goethe]
The Governess (1839) [Blessington]
Grace Cassidy; or, the Repealers. A Novel (1834) [Blessington]
“Grace before Meat”, London Magazine (November 1821) [Lamb]
“On the Graces and Anxieties of Pig-driving”, The Companion (26 March 1828) [Hunt]
Graham Hamilton (1822) [Lamb]
“Grahame's British Georgics”, Quarterly Review (May 1810) [Southey]
Grammar, English and Armenian (1817) [Aucher]
A Grammar of the English Language: in a Series of Letters: intended for the use of Schools and of Young Persons in general, but, more especially for the use of Soldiers, Sailors, Apprentices, and Plough-boys (1819) [Cobbett]
A Grammar of the Bengal Language (1778) [Halhed]
“Grammars of the Sanskrita Language”, Quarterly Review (February 1809) [Turner]
Granby: a Novel (1826) [Lister]
“Granby”, Edinburgh Review (February 1826) [Smith]
“The Grandame”, Poems on the Death of Priscilla Farmer: by her grandson Charles Lloyd (1796) [Lamb]
“My Grandfather's Legacy”, Literary Gazette (27 August 1825) [Pardoe]
Grandpapa: a Petite Comedy, interspersed with Music, in One Act (1825) [Payne]
“Grandpre's Voyage to Bengal”, Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
“A Grandsire's Tale”, A Widow's Tale, and other Poems (1827) [Barton]
The Grave (1743) [Blair]
The Grave of Howard. A Poem (1790) [Bowles]
The Grave of the Last Saxon; or, the Legend of the Curfew. A Poem (1822) [Bowles]
“The Grave”, The Wanderer of Switzerland (1806) [Montgomery]
Gray's Elegy: translated into Latin Ovidian Verse (1822) [Colton]
“A Graybeard's Gossip about his Literary Acquaintance”, New Monthly Magazine (1847-1848) [Smith]
Great Expectations (1861) [Dickens]
“Great men have been among us”, Poems in Two Volumes (1807) [Wordsworth]
The Grecian Daughter: a Tragedy (1772) [Murphy]
“Greece”, Literary Gazette (17 November 1821) [Croly]
Greece, a Poem, in Three Parts; with Notes, Classical Illustrations, and Sketches of the Scenery (1814) [Haygarth]
“Greece in the Spring of 1825”, New Monthly Magazine (October-November 1825) [Pecchio]
Greece, in 1823 and 1824; being a Series of Letters and other Documents on the Greek Revolution, written during a Visit to that Country (1824) [Stanhope]
The Greek Revolution, its Origin and Progress: together with some Remarks on the Religion, National Character, &c. in Greece (1824) [Blaquiere]
Greene's Tu quoque, or, the Cittie Gallant (1614) [Cooke]
Greenwich Hospital, a Series of Naval Sketches, descriptive of the Life of a Man-of-war's Man (1826) [Barker]
“Gregoire—History of Religious Sects”, Quarterly Review (October 1822) [Southey]
“Greswell’s Memoirs of Angelus Politianus”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
The Greville Memoirs; a Journal of the Reigns of King George IV. and King William IV. (1874–1887) [Greville]
“The Grey Brother”, Tales of Wonder (1801) [Scott]
“Griffith’s Travels in Europe, Asia Minor, and Arabia”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
“Grimm's Ghost”, Memoirs, Letters, and Comic Miscellanies in Prose and Verse (1840) [Smith]
“The Grinding Organ”, Little Plays for Children (1827) [Edgeworth]
“Grongar Hill”, Miscellaneous Poems, by Several Hands (1726) [Dyer]
Guesses at Truth, by Two Brothers (1827) [Hare]
Guide to the Electric Telegraph (1852) [Archer]
The Guide to Trade: the Tailor (1840) [Carter]
A Guide to Health, Beauty, Riches, and Honour (1783) [Grose]
A Guide to Health or, Advice to both Sexes in a variety of Complaints. With an Essay on the Venereal Disease, Gleets, Seminal Weakness; and that destructive Habit called Onanism (1796) [Solomon]
Guillaume le franc-parleur; ou Observations sur les mœurs et les usages parisiens au commencement du XIXe siècle (1815) [Jouy]
Guilt, or, the Gipsey's Prophecy: a Tragedy (1819) [Mullner]
“Guilt and Sorrow; or Incidents upon Salibury Plain”, Poems, chiefly of Early and Late Years: including The Borderers, a Tragedy (1842) [Wordsworth]
The Guls Horne-booke (1609) [Dekker]
Gustavus Vasa, the Deliverer of his Country: a Tragedy (1739) [Brooke]
Gustavus Vasa, and other Poems (1813) [Walker]
“Guy Mannering, or the Astrologer”, Quarterly Review (January 1818) [Croker]
“Guy Faux”, The Examiner (12, 19, 26 November 1821) [Hazlitt]
“Guy Faux”, London Magazine (November 1823) [Lamb]
Guy Mannering, or, the Gipsey's Prophecy: a Musical Play, in Three Acts (1816) [Terry]
Guy Mannering, or, the Astrologer (1815) [Scott]
Gysbert van Amstel (1660) [Vondel]
Götter, Helden, Don-Quixote : Abstimmungen zur Beurtheilung d. literar. Epoche (1838) [Gutzkow]
“Hajji Baba in England”, Quarterly Review (January 1829) [Scott]
Half-Hours with the Best Authors: selected and arranged with Short Biographical and Critical Notices ([1847-?]) [Knight]
Halidon Hill: a Dramatic Sketch from Scottish History (1822) [Scott]
“The Hall of my Fathers”, Poetry of the College Magazine (1819) [Moultrie]
“Hallam's Constitutional History”, Edinburgh Review (September 1828) [Macaulay]
“Hallam's Introduction to the Literature of Europe”, Quarterly Review (February 1837) [Milman]
“Hallam's Constitutional History of England”, Quarterly Review (January 1828) [Southey]
“Stanzas [“Hallowed Ground”]”, New Monthly Magazine (October 1825) [Campbell]
“Hamilton's Method of Teaching Languages”, Edinburgh Review (June 1826) [Smith]
Hamlet (1603) [Shakespeare]
A Handbook for London, Past and Present (1849) [Cunningham]
Handbook for Travellers in Spain (1844) [Ford]
Handbook to the Public Galleries of Art in and near London: with Catalogues of the Pictures accompanied by Critical, Historical, and Biographical Notices, and copious Indexes to facilitate Reference (1842) [Jameson]
“Hans Carvel”, A Collection of Poems (1701) [Prior]
Hard Times: for these Times (1854) [Dickens]
Hardyknute, a Fragment (1719) [Wardlaw]
Harlequin's Invasion: a New Pantomine (1770) [Garrick]
Harmonies de la nature (1815) [Bernadin]
Harold the Dauntless: a Poem in Six Cantos (1817) [Scott]
“The Harp: a Tale from the German of the Poet Körner”, New Monthly Magazine (June 1821) [Benger]
The Harp of Zion: a Series of Lyrics, founded upon the Hebrew Scriptures (1825) [Knox]
The Harp of the Desert, containing the Battle of Algiers with other Pieces in Verse (1818) [Macken]
“Harrington, a Tale”, Harrington, a Tale: and Ormond, a Tale (1817) [Edgeworth]
Harry and Lucy concluded: being the last part of Early Lessons (1825) [Edgeworth]
“Harry Gill”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1798) [Wordsworth]
“Hart-leap Well”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1800) [Wordsworth]
“Haslam, Arnold, &c. on Insanity”, Quarterly Review (August 1809) [Young]
Hau Kiou Choaan, or, the Pleasing History: a Translation from the Chinese Language: to which are added, I. The Argument or Story of a Chinese Play, II. A Collection of Chinese Proverbs, III. Fragments of Chinese Poetry (1761) [Percy]
The Haunted Tower: a Comic Opera in Three Acts ([1790]) [Cobb]
“A Haunted Stream”, Literary Gazette (24 October 1818) [Procter]
“Hayley's Ballads”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
“Hayley's Life and Writings”, Quarterly Review (March 1825) [Southey]
The Hazard of the Die: a Tragic Drama in Two Acts (1835) [Jerrold]
“Hazlitt's Round Table”, Quarterly Review (April 1817) [Coleridge]
“Hazlitt's Characters of Shakespeare's Plays”, Quarterly Review (January 1818) [Gifford]
“Hazlitt on Shakespeare”, Edinburgh Review (August 1817) [Jeffrey]
“Hazlitt Cross-questioned”, Blackwood's Magazine (August 1818) [Lockhart]
“Hazlitt's Table Talk”, Quarterly Review (October 1821) [Matthews]
“Hazlitt in Switzerland: a Conversation”, Fraser's Magazine (March 1839) [Medwin]
The Head of the Family: a Novel (1852) [Craik]
“Head and Miers on Buenos Ayres and Chile”, Quarterly Review (January 1827) [Southey]
“Health to Lord Melville”, Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, bart. (1837-38) [Scott]
Heart of the World (1896) [Haggard]
The Heart of Mid-Lothian: a Musical Drama in Three Acts (1819) [Terry]
“The Heart of Mid-Lothian”, Tales of my Landlord, second series (1818) [Scott]
“Heaven and Earth, a Mystery”, The Liberal (January 1823) [Byron]
Hebrew Melodies (1815) [Byron]
The Hebrew Concordance, adapted to the English Bible; disposed after the Manner of Buxtorf (1754-1757) [Taylor]
“Byron’s Hebrew Melodies”, Memoir of Rev. F. Hodgson (1878) [Hodgson]
Heir followeth the coppie of the ressoning which was betuix the Abbote of Crosraguell and John Knox, in Mayboill concerning the Masse, in the yeare of God, a thousand fiue hundreth thre scoir and two yeares (1812) [Boswell]
The Heir at Law, a Comedy in Five Acts (1800) [Colman]
“The Heirs of the Stuarts”, Quarterly Review (June 1847) [Dennistoun]
Helen, a Tale (1834) [Edgeworth]
“Helen repentant too late”, John Woodvil; a Tragedy. To which are added Fragments of Burton, the Author of the Anatomy of Melancholy (1802) [Lamb]
Hellas, a Lyrical Drama (1822) [Shelley]
“Helvellyn”, A Collection of Scottish Airs (1806) [Scott]
“Hemans's Tales and Historic Scenes”, Literary Gazette (18 September 1819) [Jerdan]
Henri III et sa cour, drame historique en 5 actes (1829) [Dumas]
La Henriade (1728) [Voltaire]
Henrietta Temple: a Love Story (1885) [Disraeli]
Henry IV Part I (1600) [Shakespeare]
Henry IV Part II (1600) [Shakespeare]
Henry VI (1594) [Shakespeare]
Henry V (1600) [Shakespeare]
“Her Eyes are wild”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1798) [Wordsworth]
The Herald of Literature: or, a Review of the most considerable Publications that will be made in the course of the ensuing Winter: with Extracts (1784) [Godwin]
Heraline; or, Opposite Proceedings (1821) [Hawkins]
Herbert Lacy (1828) [Lister]
“Herbert's Miscellaneous Poetry”, Edinburgh Review (October 1806) [Scott]
Herculanensia; or Archaeological and Philological Dissertations (1810) [Drummond]
Hereward the Wake: "Last of the English" (1866) [Kingsley]
Herman and Dorothea: a Poem (1801) [Goethe]
Hermes: or, A Philosophical Inquiry concerning Language and Universal Grammar (1751) [Harris]
Hermilda in Palestine: the First Canto, and Part of the Second: with other Poems (1812) [Thurlow]
L'hermite de la Chaussée d'Antin: ou Observations sur les mœurs et les usages français au commencement du XIXe siècle (1815-18) [Jouy]
The Hermit of Guiana; or Observations upon the French Manners and Customs at the beginning of the Nineteenth Century (1816) [Jouy]
The Hermit in London, or, Sketches of English Manners (1821) [MacDonogh]
The Hermit of Warkworth, a Northumberland Ballad: in Three Fits (1771) [Percy]
Hermsprong: or Man as he is not. A Novel (1796) [Bage]
Hernani ou l'honneur castillan: drame (1830) [Hugo]
“Hero and Leander”, Hero and Leander, and Bacchus and Ariadne (1819) [Hunt]
An Heroic Epistle to Sir William Chambers Knight, Comptroller General of His Majesty's Works, and author of a late Dissertation on Oriental Gardening. Enriched with Explanatory Notes, chiefly extracted from that elaborate Performance (1773) [Mason]
“Hester”, The Works of Charles Lamb (1818) [Lamb]
“Heude's Voyage and Travels”, Edinburgh Review (July 1819) [Smith]
Hide and Seek (1854) [Collins]
The Hierarchie of the Blessed Angells, their Names, Orders and Offices, the Fall of Lucifer with his Angells (1635) [Heywood]
The Highland Smugglers (1832) [Fraser]
“The Highland Widow”, Chronicles of the Canongate (1827) [Scott]
“The Highlandman's Pistol, a Fable for the Present Time”, The Sun (28 February 1817) [Jerdan]
Highways and Byways; or Tales of the Roadside, picked up in the French Provinces, by a Walking Gentleman (1823) [Grattan]
“Hildebrand”, Edinburgh Review (1845) [Stephen]
The Hill of Caves: in Two Cantos, with other Poems (1818) [Read]
The Hind and the Panther. A Poem, in Three Parts (1687) [Dryden]
“Hints from Horace”, The Miscellaneous Works ([1831]) [Byron]
“Hints respecting the Education of a Young Princess”, Edinburgh Review (October 1805) [Drummond]
Hints, &c. submitted to the Serious Attention of the Clergy, Nobility and Gentry, newly associated (1789) [Fitzroy]
Half a Dozen Hints on Picturesque Domestic Architecture: in a Series of Designs from Gate Lodges, Gamekeepers' Cottages, and other Rural Residences (1825) [Hunt]
“Hints on Toleration”, Edinburgh Review (February 1811) [Smith]
Hippolytus (429 BC) [Euripides]
“His Majesty's Visit to Scotland”, Gentleman's Magazine (August 1822) [Scott]
Histoire de la Convention nationale (1851-53) [Barante]
Histoire des ducs de bourgogne de la maison de Valois, 1364-1477 (1824) [Barante]
Histoire critique de Manichée et du manichéisme (1734-1739) [Beausobre]
Histoire de dix ans: 1830-1840 (1842-1844) [Blanc]
Histoire de l'homme au masque de fer (1825) [Delort]
Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière des mollusques : animaux sans vertèbres et a sang blanc (1801-05) [Denys de Montfort]
Histoire de la Ligue faite à Cambray entre Jules II., pape; Maximilien I., Empereur; Louis XII., Roy de France; Ferdinand V., Roy d'Arragon, & tous les Princes d'Italie contre la Republique de Venise (1709) [Dubos]
Histoire littéraire d'Italie (1811-35) [Ginguene]
Histoire des sectes religieuses (1796) [Gregory]
Histoire de Bertrand du Guesclin, comte de Longueville, connétable de France (1767) [Guyard]
Histoire des ordres monastiques, religieux et militaires, et des congrégations séculières de l'un & l'autre sexe, qui ont esté establies jusqu'à présent (1714-1719) [Helyot]
Histoire du Concile de Pise (1724) [Lenfant]
Histoire de la révolution française, depuis 1789 jusqu'en 1814 (1824) [Mignet]
Histoire de la peinture en Italie (1817) [Stendhal]
Histoire de Charles XII (1731) [Voltaire]
Histoire de l'Empire de Russie sous Pierre le Grand (1759-63) [Voltaire]
Histoires des amans fortunez (1558) [Marguerite]
Historia de Abiponibus, equestri, bellicosaque Paraguariae natione, lucupletata copiosis barbararum gentium etc. observationibus (1784) [Dobrizhoffer]
Historia vinetiana. Divisa in dve parti (1605) [Paruta]
Historia de los vandos, de los Zegries y Abencerrages, cavalleros moros de Granada, de las civiles guerras que huvo (1595) [Perez]
Historia del concilio Tridentino : Nella quale si scoprono tutti gl'artificii della corte di Roma, per impedire che ne' la riforma del papato & della chiesa si trattasse (1619) [Sarpi]
Clavdii Salmasii De Hellenistica Commentarius: Controversiam De Lingua Hellenistica decidens, & plenissime pertractans Originem & Dialectos Græcæ Linguæ (1643) [Saumaise]
Historic Anecdotes and Secret Memoirs of the Legislative Union Great Britain and Ireland (1809) [Barrington]
Historic Doubts on the Life and Reign of King Richard the Third (1770) [Walpole]
An Historical Display of the Effects of Physical and Moral Causes on the Character and Circumstances of Nations: including a Comparison of the Ancients and Moderns in regard to their Intellectual and Social State (1816) [Bigland]
An Historical Review of the Spanish Revolution: including some Account of Religion, Manners and Literature (1822) [Blaquiere]
Historical Sketches of Statesmen who flourished in the Time of George III (1839-1843) [Brougham]
The Historical Memoirs of the Church of France: in the Reigns of Lewis the Fourteenth, Lewis the Fifteenth, Lewis the Sixteenth and the French Revolution (1817) [Butler]
Historical Illustrations of the Fourth Canto of Childe Harold: containing Dissertations on the Ruins of Rome; and an Essay on Italian Literature (1818) [Hobhouse]
An Historical Outline of the Greek Revolution: with a few Remarks on the present State of Affairs in that Country (1826) [Leake]
An Historical Research into the Nature of the Balance of Power in Europe (1817) [Leckie]
A Historical & Philosophical Sketch of the Discoveries & Settlements of the Europeans in northern & western Africa, at the close of the eighteenth century (1799) [Leyden]
Historical Account of the most celebrated Voyages, Travels, and Discoveries, from the time of Columbus to the present period (1796-1797) [Mavor]
An Historical View of the English Government, from the Settlement of the Saxons in Britain to the accession of the House of Stewart (1787) [Millar]
An Historical Account of the Campaign in the Netherlands, in 1815, under His Grace the Duke of Wellington, and Marshal Prince Blucher: comprising the battles of Ligny, Quatre Bras, and Waterloo: with a detailed Narrative of the Political Events connected with those memorable Conflicts, down to the Surrender of Paris, and the Departure of Bonaparte for St. Helena (1817) [Mudford]
Historical Memoires on the Reigns of Queen Elizabeth, and King James (1658) [Osborne]
Historical View of the Literature of the South of Europe (1823) [Sismondi]
Historical and Political Memoirs of the Reign of Louis XVI from his Marriage to his Death (1802) [Soulavie]
“Historical and Political Memoirs of the Reign of Louis XVI by John Lewis Soulavie”, Annual Review for 1802 (1803) [Southey]
An Historical Dissertation concerning the Antiquity of the English Constitution (1768) [Stuart]
Historical Memoirs of Irish Bards: interspersed with Anecdotes of, and occasional Observations on, the Music of Ireland: also, an Historical and Descriptive Account of the Musical Instruments of the Ancient Irish (1786) [Walker]
Historical Memoir on Italian Tragedy: from the earliest period to the present time: illustrated with Specimens and Analyses of the most celebrated Tragedies and interspersed with occasional Observations on the Italian Theatres and Biographical Notices of the principal Tragic Writers of Italy (1799) [Walker]
An Historical Essay on the Real Character and Amount of the Precedent of the Revolution of 1688; in which the Opinions of Mackintosh, Price, Hallam, Mr. Fox, Lord John Russell, Blackstone, Burke, and Locke, the Trial of Lord Russell, and the Merits of Sidney, are critically considered (1838) [Ward]
An Historical Account of the Rise and Progress of the Bengal Native Infantry, from its first formation in 1757, to 1796 when the present Regulations took place (1817) [Williams]
Historical Memoirs of my own Time, from 1772 to 1784 (1815) [Wraxall]
An Historical Account of the Ancient Culdees of Iona and of their Settlements in Scotland, England, and Ireland (1811) [Jamieson]
“Historical Sketch of the Enneabionians”, Literary Gazette (4, 11 October 1817) [Jerdan]
“Historicall Description of the Island of Britain”, The First and Second Volumes of Chronicles comprising 1 The Description and Historie of England, 2 The Description and Historie of Ireland, 3 The Description and Historie of Scotland (1587) [Harrison]
Historien von des Ehrwirdigen in Gott seligen thewren Manns Gottes Doctoris Martini Luthers Anfang, Lehr, Leben und Sterben: alles ordendlich der Jarzal nach wie sich alle sachen zu jeder zeyt haben zugetragen (1566) [Luther]
History of Europe, from the Commencement of the French Revolution in M. DCC. LXXXIX, to the Restoration of the Bourbons in M. DCCC. XV (1833-1842) [Alison]
“History of Europe”, Annual Register (1806) [Allen]
History of the War with America, France, Spain, and Holland; commencing in 1785 and ending in 1783 (1785-86) [Andrews]
The History of the Life and Reign of the Czar Peter the Great, Emperor of all Russia (1740) [Banks]
The History and Antiquities of the City of Bristol (1789) [Barrett]
The History of the Orkney Islands: in which is comprehended an Account of their present as well as their ancient State: together with the Advantages they possess for several Branches of Industry, and the Means by which they may be improved (1805) [Barry]
The History of all Religions, with Explanations of the Doctrines and Order of Worship, as held and practised by the Denominations of professing Christians (1812) [Bellamy]
The History of Herodotus, translated from the Greek, with Notes (1791) [Beloe]
The Family Shakespeare (1807) [Bowdler]
The History of the University of Edinburgh: chiefly compiled from Original Papers and Records (1830) [Bower]
An History of the Government of the Primitive Church: for the Three First Centuries, and the Beginning of the Fourth (1712) [Brokesby]
The History of Melbourne, in the County of Derby, including Biographical Notices of the Coke, Melbourne, and Hardinge Families (1852) [Briggs]
History of the Highlands & of the Highland Clans (1834-1838) [Browne]
Bishop Burnet's History of his own Time. From the Revolution to the Conclusion of the Treaty of Peace at Utrecht, in the Reign of Queen Anne (1723-34) [Burnet]
History and Antiquities of the Counties of Westmorland and Cumberland (1777) [Burn]
History of Friedrich II of Prussia, called Frederick the Great (1858-1865) [Carlyle]
The History of the Rise, Progress, and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave-trade by the British Parliament (1808) [Clarkson]
The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England begun in the Year 1641 (1702-1704) [Clarendon]
A History of the Protestant “Reformation,” in England and Ireland showing how that Event has impoverished and degraded the main body of the People in those countries, in a Series of Letters, addressed to all sensible and just Englishmen (1824) [Cobbett]
“History of the Chevalier Bayard”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (1825) [Coleridge]
The History and Antiquities of the County of Somerset (1791) [Collinson]
The History of English Dramatic Poetry to the Time of Shakespeare; and Annals of the Stage to the Restoration (1831) [Collier]
The History of John Gilpin, as related by the late Mr. Henderson. Shewing how he went farther than he intended, and came home safe at last (1785) [Cowper]
The History of the Maroons, from their Origin to the Establishment of their chief Tribe at Sierra Leone (1803) [Dallas]
The History of Sandford and Merton, a Work intended for the use of Children (1783-1789) [Day]
The History and Remarkable Life of the truly honourable Colonel Jaque, vulgarly call'd Colonel Jack (1724) [Defoe]
The History of the Devil, as well ancient as modern (1727) [Defoe]
The History of King Philip's War; also of Expeditions against the French and Indians in the eastern parts of New-England, in the years 1689, 1690, 1692, 1696 and 1704. With some Account of the Divine Providence towards Col. Benjamin Church (1825) [Drake]
The History of Fiction: being a Critical Account of the most Celebrated Prose Works of Fiction, from the Earliest Greek Romances to the Novels of the Present Age (1814) [Dunlop]
History of the University and Colleges of Cambridge including Notices relating to the Founders and Eminent Men (1814) [Dyer]
The History, Civil and Commercial, of the British Colonies in the West Indies (1793) [Edwards]
The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling (1749) [Fielding]
The History of the Adventures of Joseph Andrews, and his Friend Mr. Abraham Adams. Written in Imitation of the Manner of Cervantes, Author of Don Quixote (1742) [Fielding]
A History of the early Part of the Reign of James the Second; with an introductory Chapter (1808) [Fox]
History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth (1856-1870) [Froude]
The History of the Worthies of England (1662) [Fuller]
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (1776-1783) [Gibbon]
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (1838-1839) [Gibbon]
A History of the Political Life of the Right Honorable William Pitt; including some account of the Times in which he lived (1809) [Gifford]
The History of Ancient Greece, its Colonies and Conquests: from the earliest Accounts till the Division of the Macedonian Empire in the East: including the History of Literature, Philosophy, and the Fine Arts (1786) [Gillies]
The History of England. For the use of Schools and Young Persons (1806) [Godwin]
History of Greece: from the Earliest Records of that Country, to the time in which it was reduced into a Roman Province (1822) [Godwin]
History of Rome: From the Building of the City to the Ruin of the Republic. Illustrated with Maps and other Plates. For the use of Schools and Young Persons (1809) [Godwin]
History of the Commonwealth of England. From its Commencement, to the Restoration of Charles the Second (1824-28) [Godwin]
The History of the Life of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham (1783) [Godwin]
An History of England, in a Series of Letters from a Nobleman to his Son (1765) [Goldsmith]
History of the Greek Revolution (1832) [Gordon]
A History of English Rhythms (1838) [Guest]
History of the English Revolution. From the Accession of Charles I (1838) [Guizot]
“History and Languages of the Indian Islands”, Edinburgh Review (April 1814) [Hamilton]
The History of the Life of Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden, sirnamed, the Great (1759) [Harte]
The History of Ancient Wiltshire (1810-1821) [Hoare]
The History of the Houses of Douglas and Angus (1643-1644) [Hume]
The History of England: from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolution in 1688 (1754-1770) [Hume]
The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine, of Durham (1785-1794) [Hutchinson]
A History of New York, from the Beginning of the World to the End of the Dutch Dynasty (1807-1808) [Irving]
A History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus (1828) [Irving]
History of the English Language. First, or Anglo-Saxon Period (1834) [Kemble]
The History of Ireland from the Invasion of Henry II., with a preliminary Discourse on the antient State of that Kingdom (1773) [Leland]
The History of Philip, King of Macedon; the Father of Alexander (1758) [Leland]
The History and Adventures of Gil Blas of Santillane (1725) [Lesage]
The History of Herodotus (1709) [Littlebury]
A History of Eton College, 1440-1875 (1875) [Lyte]
The History of the Life of King Henry the Second, and of the Age in which he lived, in Five Books (1767-71) [Lyttelton]
The History of England from the Accession of James II (1849-61) [Macaulay]
History of the Lands and their Owners in Galloway: with a Historical Sketch of the District (1870-1879) [Mackerlie]
The History of England (1830-1840) [Mackintosh]
The History of Persia, from the most early Period to the present Time: containing an Account of the Religion, Government, Usages, and Character of the Inhabitants of that Kingdom (1815) [Malcolm]
The History of England during the thirty years' Peace: 1816-1846 (1849-1851) [Martineau]
The History of Hindostan, its Arts and its Sciences, as connected with the History of the other Great Empires of Asia, during the most Ancient Periods of the World (1795-1798) [Maurice]
History of the late War in the Western Country comprising a full Account of all the Transactions in that Quarter, from the Commencement of Hostilities of Tippecanoe, to the Termination of the Contest at New Orleans on the Return of Peace (1816) [McAfee]
The History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero (1741) [Middleton]
The History of Mary, Queen of Scots (1851) [Mignet]
The History of the Turkish, or Ottoman Empire, from its Foundation in 1300, to the Peace of Belgrade in 1740 (1787) [Mignot]
The History of the Church of Christ (1794-1809) [Milner]
The History of Britain, that part especially now call'd England: from the first traditional Beginning, continu'd to the Norman Conquest (1670) [Milton]
The History of the Small Pox (1815) [Moore]
The History and Practice of Vaccination (1817) [Moore]
The History of Ireland (1835-1846) [Moore]
History of the War in the Peninsula and in the South of France, from the Year 1807 to the Year 1814 (1828-1840) [Napier]
The History of the Puritans or Protestant Non-conformists, from the Reformation to the Death of Queen Elizabeth (1732-1738) [Neal]
A History of the Military Transactions of the British Nation in Indostan: from the Year MDCCXLV (1763) [Orme]
A History of the Court of Chancery: with Practical Remarks on the Recent Commission, Report, and Evidence, and on the means of Improving the Administration of Justice in the English Courts of Equity (1828) [Parkes]
A History of England from the First Invasion by the Romans to the End of the Reign of George III (1823) [Penrose]
History of the Conquest of Mexico: with a preliminary View of the ancient Mexican Civilization: and the Life of the Conqueror Hernando Cortés (1844) [Prescott]
History of the Conquest of Peru, with a Preliminary View of the Civilization of the Incas (1848) [Prescott]
The History of the Royal Residences of Windsor Castle, St. James's Palace, Carlton House, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court, Buckingham House, and Frogmore (1819) [Pyne]
The History of the Revolution in France (1793) [Rabaut]
The History of Java (1817) [Raffles]
The History of the World (1614) [Raleigh]
A History and Description of Modern Wines (1833) [Redding]
The History of Lynn, Civil, Ecclesiastical, Political, Commercial, Biographical, Municipal, and Military, from the Earliest Accounts to the Present Time (1812) [Richards]
The History of Sir Charles Grandison (1754) [Richardson]
The History of Modern Europe. With an Account of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, and a view of the Progress of Society. From the Rise of the Modern Kingdoms to the Peace of Paris, in 1763. In a Series of Letters from a Nobleman to his Son (1779-1786) [Russell]
The History of the Thirty Years War in Germany. Translated from the Original (1799) [Schiller]
A True History of several Honourable Families of the Right Honourable Name of Scot, in the Shires of Roxburgh and Selkirk, and others adjacent. Gathered out of Ancient Chronicles, Histories, and Traditions of our Fathers. (Satchelo's Post'ral, etc.) (1688) [Scott]
History of the Expedition to Russia, undertaken by the Emperor Napoleon, in the year 1812 (1825) [Segur]
The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress of the Christian People called Quakers, intermixed with several Remarkable Occurrences: written originally in Low-Dutch (1722) [Sewel]
History of a Six Weeks' Tour through a part of France, Switzerland, Germany and Holland with Letters descriptive of a Sail round the Lake of Geneva, and of the Glaciers of Chamouni (1817) [Shelley]
The History of Little Henry and his Bearer (1814) [Sherlock]
The History and Adventures of an Atom (1769) [Smollett]
The History of Great Britain during the Reign of Queen Anne. With a Dissertation concerning the Danger of the Protestant Succession; and an Appendix, containing Original Papers (1798) [Somerville]
History of Brazil (1810-1819) [Southey]
“History of Dissenters, &c.”, Quarterly Review (October 1813) [Southey]
“History of Lope de Aguirre”, Edinburgh Annual Register for 1810 (1812) [Southey]
“History of the Dominion of the Arabs and Moors in Spain”, Foreign Quarterly Review (1812) [Southey]
History of the Peninsular War (1823-1832) [Southey]
“History of the Vaudois”, Quarterly Review (December 1825) [Southey]
The History of Churches in England: wherein is shewn the Time, Means, and Manner of Founding, Building, and Endowing of Churches, both Cathedral and Rural, with their Furniture and Appendages (1712) [Staveley]
“The History of Santon Barsisa”, The Guardian (31 August 1713) [Steele]
The History of the Scottish Church, Rotterdam. To which are subjoined Notices of the other British Churches in the Netherlands; and a brief View of the Dutch Ecclesiastical Establishment (1833) [Steven]
The History of the Establishment of the Reformation of religion in Scotland (1780) [Stuart]
The History of Scotland, from the Establishment of the Reformation, till the Death of Queen Mary (1782) [Stuart]
The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham, compiled from Original Records (1816-1840) [Surtees]
An Impartial History of Ireland from the Period of the English Invasion to the Present Time (1809-10) [Taafe]
A History of the Right Honorable William Pitt, earl of Chatham: containing his Speeches in Parliament; a considerable portion of his Correspondence, when Secretary of State, upon French, Spanish, and American Affairs, never before published (1827) [Thackeray]
The History of Henry Esmond, Esq., a Colonel in the Service of Her Majesty Q. Anne (1852) [Thackeray]
History of the Conquest of England by the Normans: with its Causes from the earliest Period, and its Consequences to the present Time (1825) [Thierry]
History of Spanish Literature (1849) [Ticknor]
The History of the Anglo-Saxons, from their first Appearance above the Elbe, to the Death of Egbert: with a Map of their ancient Territory (1799-1805) [Turner]
History of England, from the Norman conquest to the reign of Henry VII (1814-1823) [Turner]
The History of the Reign of Henry the Eighth comprising the Political History of the Commencement of the English Reformation (1826) [Turner]
History of Scotland (1828-1843) [Tytler]
The History of the Knights of Malta (1728) [Vertot]
The History of the Revolution in Portugal, in the Year 1640 (1700) [Vertot]
The History of the Revolutions in Sweden (1696) [Vertot]
The History of Switzerland, from the Irruption of the Barbarians to the present time (1840) [Vieusseux]
The History of the Life and Reign of George the Fourth (1831-1832) [Walker]
A History of England: from the Conclusion of the Great War in 1815 (1878) [Walpole]
The History of English Poetry from the Close of the 11th to the Commencement of the 18th Century, to which are prefixed two Dissertations: 1, On the Origin of Romantic Fiction in Europe; 2, On the Introduction of Learning into England (1774-1781) [Warton]
The History of the Reign of Philip the Second, King of Spain (1777) [Watson]
The History of the Reign of Philip the Third, King of Spain (1783) [Watson]
“History of Cyclopaedias”, Quarterly Review (April 1863) [Watts]
The History of Ned Evans: a Tale of the Times (1796) [West]
The History of Manchester. In Four Books (1771, 1775) [Whitaker]
The History of Agathon (1773) [Wieland]
History of the Persecutions endured by the Protestants of the South of France, and more especially of the Department of the Gard during the years 1814, 1815, 1816, etc. (1817) [Wilks]
History of the British Expedition to Egypt; to which is subjoined, a Sketch of the Present State of that Country and its Means of Defence (1802) [Wilson]
“The History of Rasselas”, Ballantyne's Novelist's Library (1821-1824) [Scott]
The History of Napoleon Buonaparte (1829) [Lockhart]
The History of Matthew Wald (1824) [Lockhart]
The History of the ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha (1822) [Lockhart]
The History of America (1777) [Robertson]
The History of British India (1817) [Mill]
The History of Christianity from the Birth of Christ to the Abolition of Paganism in the Roman Empire (1840) [Milman]
History of European morals from Augustus to Charlemagne (1869) [Lecky]
The History of Greece (1784-1818) [Mitford]
The History of India (1841) [Elphinstone]
The History of Jemmy and Jenny Jessamy (1753) [Haywood]
History of Latin Christianity: including that of the Popes to the Pontificate of Nicolas (1854-1855) [Milman]
The History of Pendennis. His Fortunes and Misfortunes, his Friends and his Greatest Enemy (1849-50) [Thackeray]
The History of Scotland, during the Reigns of Queen Mary and of King James VI: till his Accession to the Crown of England (1759) [Robertson]
The History of Scotland (1829) [Scott]
The History of the Jews (1829) [Milman]
The History of the Life and Reigne of Richard the Third. Composed in five Bookes (1646) [Buck]
History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella, the Catholic (1838) [Prescott]
The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V. With a View of the Progress of Society in Europe, from the Subversion of the Roman Empire, to the Beginning of the Sixteenth Century (1791) [Robertson]
Hobhouse Pamphlet (1825) [Medwin]
“Hodgson's Translation of Juvenal”, Edinburgh Review (April 1808) [Pillans]
“Hogg's Queen's Wake”, Edinburgh Review (November 1814) [Jeffrey]
“Hohenlinden”, Pleasures of Hope, with other Poems (1800) [Campbell]
“Holford's Wallace”, Monthly Review (May 1810) [Hodgson]
“Holiday Children”, The Indicator (1820-1821) [Novello]
“Holland-tide”: or, Munster Popular Tales (1827) [Griffin]
Holland House (1874) [Leland]
“Holland's Travels into Albania, Etc.”, Edinburgh Review (October 1815) [Playfair]
The Holland House Circle (1908) [Sanders]
“The Holly Tree”, Morning Post (17 December 1798) [Southey]
“Holmes' American Annals”, Quarterly Review (November 1809) [Southey]
A Holy Commonwealth, or, Political Aphorisms opening the True Principles of Government: with a Preface to them that have caused our Eclipses since 1646: and a sounder answer to the Healing Question: and the Jesuites Method for restoring Popery (1659) [Baxter]
“The Holy Fair”, Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1786) [Burns]
The Holy Land: a Poem (1800) [Wrangham]
The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments with original Notes (1788-1792) [Scott]
Home Letters written by the late Earl of Beaconsfield in 1830 and 1831 (1885) [Disraeli]
“Home tours—Mrs. Bray's Letters on Devonshire”, Quarterly Review (October 1837) [Southey]
Homer travestie: being a new Translation of the four first Books of the Iliad (1762) [Bridges]
“L'Homme au Masque de Fer”, Quarterly Review (June 1826) [Palgrave]
The Honest Whore: with the Humours of the Patient Man and the Longing Wife (1604) [Dekker]
The Honey Moon: a Comedy, in Five Acts (1805) [Tobin]
The Honourable Prentice: or, this Taylor is a man. Shewed in the Life and Death of Sir John Hawekwood (1615) [Vallans]
A Tale of Two Swannes. Wherein is comprehended the Original and Increase of the River Lee commonly called Ware-River: together, with the Antiquitie of sundrie Places and Townes seated upon the same. Pleasant to be read, and not altogether unprofitable to bee understood (1590) [Vallans]
Hope, an Allegorical Sketch, on recovering slowly from Sickness (1796) [Bowles]
Q. Horatii Flacci opera, cum variis lectionibus, notis variorum, et indice locupletissimo (1792-1793) [Combe]
Horace. Book III. Ode III. Imitated (1690 c.) [Walsh]
Horace in London: consisting of Imitations of the first two Books of Horace (1813) [Smith]
“The Hour when we shall meet again”, The Watchman (17 March 1796) [Coleridge]
The Hour and the Man. A Historical Romance (1841) [Martineau]
Hours of Idleness, a Series of Poems, original and translated (1807) [Byron]
The Political House that Jack built: with thirteen Cuts (1819) [Hone]
The House of Mourning: a Poem, with some Smaller Pieces (1817) [Scott]
“House of Aspen, a Tragedy”, The Keepsake for MDCCCXXX (1830) [Scott]
The House of Colberg: a Tragedy in Five Acts (1833) [Serle]
The Housekeeper, or, the White Rose: a Comedy in Two Acts (1833) [Jerrold]
“How many Bards gild the Lapses of Time!”, Poems by John Keats (1817) [Keats]
“Howes’ translation of Persius”, Monthly Review (January 1809) [Hodgson]
“Hoyle's Exodus: a Poem”, Edinburgh Review (January 1808) [Campbell]
Hudibras (1663-1680) [Butler]
“The Human Seasons”, Literary Pocket-Book (1819) [Keats]
Human Life: a Poem (1819) [Rogers]
Human Nature in its four-fold State of Primitive Integrity, Entire Depravation, Begun Recovery, and Consummate Happiness or Misery (1720) [Boston]
Humane Nature: or, the Fundamental Elements of Policie. Being a Discoverie of the Faculties, Acts, and Passions of the Soul of Man, from their Original Causes, according to such Philosophical Principles as are not commonly known or asserted (1650) [Hobbes]
“Humboldt, Essai Politique sur la Nouvelle Espagne”, Edinburgh Review (April 1810, November 1811) [Allen]
The Hunchback: a Play in Five Acts (1832) [Knowles]
A Hundred a Year (1800 ca.) [Hunt]
Hungarian Tales (1829) [Gore]
The Hungarian Brothers (1808) [Porter]
“Hunt's Story of Rimini”, Edinburgh Review (June 1816) [Hazlitt]
“Hunter on The Tempest”, Quarterly Review (March 1840) [Harness]
The Huntingdon Peerage: comprising a detailed Account of the Evidence and Proceedings connected with the recent Restoration of the Earldom to which is prefixed a history of the House of Hastings (1820) [Bell]
“Huntington, S. S. Works and Life”, Quarterly Review (January 1821) [Southey]
Hurlothrumbo: or, the Super-Natural ([1729]) [Johnson]
The Hurricane: a Theosophical and Western Eclogue. To which is subjoined, A Solitary Effusion in a Summer's Evening (1796) [Gilbert]
The Provok'd Husband; or, a Journey to London. A Comedy (1728) [Vanbrugh]
Hydriotaphia Urne-buriall; or, a Discourse of the Sepulchrall Urnes lately found in Norfolk. Together with The Garden of Cyrus, or the Quincunciall, Lozenge, or Net-work Plantations of the Ancients, artificially, naturally, mystically considered (1658) [Browne]
“Hymn, “When Jordan hush'd””, Life and Letters of Thomas Campbell (1849) [Campbell]
“Hymn before Sun-rise, in the Vale of Chamouny”, Morning Post (11 September 1802) [Coleridge]
“A Hymn on Contentment”, Poetical Miscellanies, consisting of original Poems and Translations. By the best Hands (1714) [Parnel]
“Hymn to the Penates”, Poems (1797) [Southey]
“Hymn to Intellectual Beauty”, The Examiner (19 January 1817) [Shelley]
“Hymn to Mercury”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
“Hymn to Pan”, Poems by John Keats (1817) [Keats]
Hymns in Prose for children by the author of Lessons for Children (1781) [Barbauld]
“Hymns to the Deities of India”, Poems, Epistolary, Lyric, and Elegiacal, in Three Parts (1800) [Maurice]
Hypatia: or, New Foes with an Old Face (1853) [Kingsley]
“Hyperion, a Fragment”, Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and other Poems (1820) [Keats]
Hyperion, a Romance (1839) [Longfellow]
Hypocrisy: a Satire, in Three Books. Book the First (1812) [Colton]
Hypocrisy unveiled, and Calumny detected: in a Review of Blackwood's Magazine (1818) [Napier]
“The Hypocrite”, The Examiner (1, 2 August 1819) [Lamb]
“I stood tip-toe upon a little hill”, Poems by John Keats (1817) [Keats]
I wish I was where Anna Lies (1815) [Gifford]
Icelandic Poetry, or The Edda of Sæmund (1797) [Cottle]
“Die Ideale”, Die Horen (1795) [Schiller]
The Poetical Works of Mr. Samuel Daniel, Author of the English History (1718) [Daniel]
Ideas and Realities; or, Thoughts on Various Subjects (1827) [Danby]
The Identity of Junius with a Distinguished Living Character established (1816) [Taylor]
“The Idiot Boy”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1798) [Wordsworth]
The Idler in France (1841) [Blessington]
The Idler in Italy (1839) [Blessington]
Idols of Society: or, Gentility and Femininity (1874) [Griffin]
Une idylle tragique. (Mœurs cosmopolites) (1896) [Bourget]
Idyllia nova quinque heroum atque heroidum, &c. (1815) [Landor]
Idyllia heroica decem, librum Phaleuciorum unum partim jam primo, partim iterum atq. tertio (1820) [Landor]
Idylls of the King (1859) [Tennyson]
“Idyls”, Hellenics; comprising Heroic Idyls, etc. (1809) [Landor]
“Ignatius Loyola”, The Foreign Review (1830) [Southey]
Il pastor fido; tragicomedia pastorale (1590) [Guarini]
“Il Penseroso”, Poems of Mr. John Milton, both English and Latin (1645) [Milton]
Il Morgante (1483) [Pulci]
Ilderim: a Syrian Tale: in Four Cantos (1816) [Knight]
The Iliad and Odyssey of Homer (1791) [Cowper]
The Iliad (800 BC c.) [Homer]
The Iliad of Homer, translated by James Macpherson (1773) [Macpherson]
The Iliad of Homer (1809) [Morres]
The Iliad of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope (1715-1720) [Pope]
The Iliad of Homer (1831) [Sotheby]
Illusion, or, the Trances of Nourjahad, an Oriental Romance in Three Acts (1813) [Sheridan]
Illustrations of the Anglo-French Coinage: taken from the Cabinet of a fellow of the Antiquarian Societies of London, and Scotland; of the Royal Societies of France, Normandy, and many others, British as well as Foreign (1830) [Ainslie]
Illustrations of the Passes of the Alps by which Italy communicates with France, Switzerland, and Germany (1828-1829) [Brockendon]
Illustrations of Shakespeare, and of Ancient Manners: with Dissertations on the Clowns and Fools of Shakespeare; on the Collection of Popular Tales entitled Gesta Romanorum; and on the English Morris Dance (1807) [Douce]
Finden's Illustrations of the Life and Works of Lord Byron (1833-1834) [Finden]
Illustrations of the Truth of the Christian Religion (1802) [Maltby]
Illustrations of Political Economy (1832-1834) [Martineau]
Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century. Consisting of Authentic Memoirs and Original Letters of Eminent Persons; and intended as a Sequel to the Literary Anecdotes (1817-1858) [Nichols]
Illustrations, Historical and Critical, of the Life of Lorenzo de' Medici, called the Magnificent (1822) [Roscoe]
Illustrations of the Divine Government, tending to show that everything is under the Direction of infinite Wisdom and Goodness (1816) [Smith]
Illustrations of Human Life (1837) [Ward]
Illustrations of Northern Antiquities, from the earlier Teutonic and Scandinavian Romances; being an Abstract of the Book of Heroes, and Nibelungen Lay (1814) [Weber]
“The Illustrious Defunct”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1825) [Lamb]
The Image of God in Man. Four Sermons preached before the University of Cambridge (1841) [Harness]
Imaginary Conversations of Literary Men and Statesmen (1824-1829) [Landor]
Imagination and Fancy: or, Selections from the English Poets, illustrative of those First Requisites of their Art; with Markings of the best Passages, Critical Notices of the Writers, and an Essay in answer to the Question, What is Poetry? (1844) [Hunt]
Imagination; a Poem, in Two Parts. With other Poems (1841) [Poulter]
“Imitation of Spenser”, Poems (1817) [Keats]
Imitations and Translations from the ancient and modern Classics, together with Original Poems never before published (1809) [Hobhouse]
Imogen: a Pastoral Romance. In Two Volumes. From the Ancient British (1784) [Godwin]
An Impartial History of the Naval, Military and Political Events in Europe, from the commencement of the French Revolution to the present time ([1815]) [Clarke]
“Imperfect Dramatic Illusion”, London Magazine (August 1825) [Lamb]
“Impromptu, in Reply to a Friend”, Childe Harold (1812-1818) [Byron]
“Impromptu. On the Duke of Gloucester's Visit to Plymouth, and his descent in a Diving Machine”, Literary Gazette (1 November 1817) [Freeling]
“Impromptu”, Literary Gazette (13 September 1817) [Jerdan]
“Impromptu: The Painter's Defence”, Literary Gazette (17 April 1819) [Jerdan]
“Impromptu: on Mrs. Hemans' Poem, “To the Ivy””, The Literary Gazette (30 June 1821) [Macken]
“Improved Version of the New Testament”, Quarterly Review (May 1809) [D'Oyly]
The Improvisatrice; and other Poems (1824) [Landon]
“In the Album of Mrs. Jane Towers”, Album Verses, with a few others (1830) [Lamb]
In Memoriam (1850) [Tennyson]
“Ina, a Tragedy in Five Acts”, Tales (1815) [Brand]
Inaugural Dissertation on the Physiology of Digestion, etc. (1837) [Kinglake]
“The Inchcape Rock”, Morning Post (October 1803) [Southey]
“Inchiquen's Favourable View of the United States”, Quarterly Review (January 1814) [Barrow]
Inchiquin, the Jesuit's Letters, during a late Residence in the United States of America: being a Fragment of a Private Correspondence, accidentally discovered in Europe; containing a favourable View of the Manners, Literature, and State of Society, of the United States, and a Refutation of many of the Aspersions cast upon this Country, by former Residents and Tourists (1810) [Ingersoll]
“The Incognito; or, Count Fitz-Hum”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (August 1824) [De Quincey]
An Index to the Remarkable Passages and Words made use of by Shakspeare: calculated to point out the different Meanings to which the Words are applied (1790) [Ayscough]
“The Indian Queen”, Four New Plays, viz: The Surprisal, Committee, Comedies. The Indian-Queen, Vestal-Virgin, Tragedies (1665) [Howard]
Indian Antiquities: or Dissertations relative to the ancient geographical Divisions, the pure System of primeval Theology, the grand Code of Civil Laws, the original Form of Government, and the various and profound Literature, of Hindostan (1793-1806) [Maurice]
“Indian Missions”, Edinburgh Review (April 1808) [Smith]
“The Indian Circean”, Literary Gazette (20 June 1818) [Croly]
The Indicator (1820-1821) [Hunt]
Inesilla, or the Tempter: a Romance with other Tales (1824) [Ollier]
Inez, a Tragedy (1796) [Symmons]
The Infant's Friend (1797) [Fenn]
The Inferno of Dante Alighieri (1805-1806) [Cary]
“The Inferno”, The Divine Comedy (1320 c.) [Dante]
The Inferno of Dante Alighieri, translated into English Blank-verse, with Notes (1807) [Howard]
Inferno: a Translation from Dante Alighieri, into English Blank Verse (1812) [Hume]
“The Inferno of Altisdora”, Edinburgh Annual Register (1809) [Scott]
Influence de l'habitude sur la faculté de penser (1803) [Maine]
De l'influence des passions sur le bonheur des individus et des nations (1796) [Stael]
L'Ingenu, or the Sincere Huron (1767) [Voltaire]
The Ingoldsby Legends or, Mirth and Marvels (1840-1847) [Barham]
“Ingram on Methodism”, Edinburgh Review (January 1808) [Smith]
The Inheritance (1824) [Ferrier]
Inkle and Yarico: an Opera, in Three Acts (1787) [Colman]
The Inn-keeper's Album (1823) [Deacon]
An Inquiry into the Colonial Policy of the European Powers (1803) [Brougham]
An Inquiry into the Plans, Progress, and Policy of the American Mining Companies (1825) [Disraeli]
An Inquiry into the Literary and Political Character of James the First (1816) [D'Israeli]
An Inquiry concerning the Author of the Letters of Junius: with reference to the Memoirs by a celebrated Literary and Political Character (1814) [Duppa]
An Inquiry into the Nature of Subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles ([1789]) [Dyer]
The Grounds and Occasions of the Contempt of the Clergy and Religion enquired into: in a Letter written to R. L. (1670) [Eachard]
An Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Public Wealth and into the Means and Causes of its Increase (1804) [Maitland]
An Inquiry into the Authenticity of certain Miscellaneous Papers and Legal Instruments, published Dec. 24, MDCCXCV. and attributed to Shakspeare, Queen Elizabeth, and Henry, Earl of Southampton (1796) [Malone]
An Inquiry into the Nature and Progress of Rent and the Principles by which it is regulated (1815) [Malthus]
An Inquiry into the Human Mind, on the Principles of Common Sense (1765) [Reid]
An Inquiry into the Causes of the Insurrection of the Negroes in the Island of St. Domingo. To which are added, Observations of M. Garran-Coulon on the same Subject, read in his Absence by M. Guadet, before the National Assembly, 29th Feb. 1792 (1792) [Roscoe]
An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (1776) [Smith]
“Inquiry into the Poor Laws, &c.”, Quarterly Review (December 1812) [Southey]
“Inquiry into the Copyright Act”, Quarterly Review (January 1819) [Southey]
An Inquiry into the Original State and Formation of the Earth: deduced from Facts and the Laws of Nature (1778) [Whitehurst]
“Insanity”, Quarterly Review (March 1830) [Gooch]
“Inscription for a Temple dedicated to the Graces”, Italy, a Poem (1828) [Rogers]
“Inscription for the Apartment in Chepstow Castle, where Henry Martin, the Regicide, was imprisoned thirty years”, Poems (1797) [Southey]
Inscriptiones commentariis svbiectis (1783) [Morcelli]
Insect Architecture (1830) [Rennie]
Insect Miscellanies (1830) [Rennie]
Insect Transformations (1830) [Rennie]
An Institute of the Law of Scotland: In Four Books. In the Order of Sir George Mackenzie's Institutions of that Law (1773) [Erskine]
The Institute (1811) [Pringle]
Institutes of Hindu Law, or, the Ordinances of Menu: according to the Gloss of Cullúca: comprising the Indian System of Duties, Religious and Civil (1796) [Jones]
Institutes of Natural and Revealed Religion: to which is prefixed, an Essay on the best Method of communicating Religious Knowledge to the Members of Christian Societies (1782) [Priestley]
Institutiones historiae ecclesiae (1777-1783) [Venema]
The Institutions of the Law of Scotland, deduced from its Originals, and collated with the Civil, Canon, and Feudal-Laws; and with the Customs of neighbouring Nations (1681) [Dalrymple]
“The Insurrection of the Papers. A Dream”, Morning Chronicle (23 April 1812) [Moore]
An Intercepted Letter from J— T—, Esq., Writer at Canton, to his Friend in Dublin, Ireland (1805) [Croker]
Intercepted Letters: or, the Two Penny Post-bag. To which are added, Trifles reprinted (1813) [Moore]
L'Interdiction; suivie de La Messe de l'athée (1836) [Balzac]
Interesting Facts relating to the Fall and Death of Joachim Murat, King of Naples: the Capitulation of Paris in 1815; and the second Restoration of the Bourbons: original Letters from King Joachim to the Author, with some Account of the Author, and of his persecution by the French Government (1817) [Maceroni]
“Internal Policy”, Quarterly Review (January 1830) [Miller]
“Introduction to the Tale of the Dark Ladie”, The Morning Post (21 December 1799) [Coleridge]
Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the Fifteenth, Sixteenth and Seventeenth centuries (1837-1839) [Hallam]
An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures (1818) [Horne]
An Introduction to Arithmetic and Algebra (1796-1798) [Manning]
Introductions to the Study of the Greek Classic Poets. Designed principally for the Use of Young Persons at School and College (1830) [Coleridge]
“Introductory Remarks on Popular Poetry”, Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border (1830) [Scott]
The Invariable Principles of Poetry, in a Letter addressed to Thomas Campbell, Esq.; occasioned by some Critical Observations in his Specimens of British Poets, particularly relating to the poetical Character of Pope (1819) [Bowles]
“Invocation to Misery”, Athenaeum (8 September 1832) [Shelley]
“Invocation, written in the Neighbourhood of Abbotsford”, New Monthly Magazine (October 1832) [Smith]
Ion; a Tragedy in 5 Acts (1836) [Talfourd]
Ionian Antiquities published with permission of the Society of Dilettanti (1769) [Chandler]
Ionicae: a Poem descriptive of the Ionian Islands and part of the adjacent Coast of Greece (1809) [