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Special Collections

The Devon Collection of Children's Books

The Funny Book by R.E. JaumannThe Archer illustration from The Hind in the WoodIllustration from The Headlong and Woeful Ending of Precocious Piggy by Thomas Hood 

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Devon Collection of Children's Books

The collection of children's books which is now housed in Exeter Central Library, has not, in fact, been "collected" at all. Some of the books have been bequeathed, some donated, some still bear the signs of having once been in general circulation, but none have been specially purchased. As a result, there may be a number of books by one author who was a favourite with a family, while some famous books which would be very desirable in a representative collection are not there at all.

The collection contains about 2,000 items mainly dating from before 1940. They were built up over a period of time by bequest, donation and purchase and do not represent any significant individual collection. The titles to 1850 have a detailed listing by the noted children's book historian Marjore Moon (1908-1996) which is available in the Library.The listing on this page is very much a preliminary guide to the collections as a whole

Author Listing

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Letter A

A, apple pie & c. - London: Warne, 1877. - 24 col. plates. - Warne's "Now and Then" Juvenile Series. - MOON 150.

A.B.C. A.B.C. of ships and boats. - London: Warne, n.d. - pages missing; col. illus. - Illustrator: May, Captain Walter William. - Aunt Louisa's London toy books.

A.L.O.E. Fairy Know-a-Bit, or, A nutshell of knowledge. - London: Nelson, 1875.

A.L.O.E (Charlotte Maria Tucker). Parliament in the Play-room. - London: Nelson, 1861. - 168p: plate. - Illustrator: Anelay, Henry. - Frontispiece.

A.L.O.E (Charlotte Maria Tucker). The crown of success. Or, Four heads to furnish. - London: Nelson, 1897. - 219p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel, illus. engraved by. - 2 copies.

A.L.O.E (Charlotte Maria Tucker). The giant-killer or, The battle which all must fight. - London: Nelson, 1894. - 201p; 40 illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel, illus engraved by.

A.L.O.E (Charlotte Maria Tucker). The lady of Provence, or, Humbled and healed. - London: Nelson, 1894. - 201p; 40 illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel, frontispiece engraved by.

A.L.O.E (Charlotte Maria Tucker). The silver casket, or, The world and it's wiles. - London: Nelson, 1882. - 221p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel, illus. engraved by.

A.L.O.E. (Charlotte Maria Tucker). Cyril Ashley. A tale. - London: Nelson, 1883. - 264p; plate; frontispiece. - Illustrator: Dalziel.

Abbott, Jacob. Bruno; or, lessons of patience, fidelity and self-denial ... - London: Darton & Co, 1855. - 140, 35p, 4 plates: ill.

Abbott, Jacob. The Henrys: Franconia stories; including Stuyvesant, Caroline, ... - London: Frederick Warne & Co, [1860?]. - iv, 452p, plates: col. ill; 17cm. - Illustrator: Dalziel. - Colour printed wood engravings by Dalziel and others.

Abbott, Jacob. History of Darius the Great. - London: Thomas Allman, [1850]. - 219p; 12cm. - Lacks title-page.

Abbott, Jacob. History of Nero. - London: Thomas Allman, 1853. - 220p, plate: port; 12cm.

Abbott, Jacob. Rollo's travels [and] Rollo's correspondence. - New York: Thomas Y Crowell, [1855]. - 189,189p: ill; 17cm. - (The Rollo Books) Two stories with separate pagination. - MOON 383.

Abbott, Jacob. The beechnut book / ed by E.V. Lucas. - London: Methuen & Co, [1901?]. - xi, 191p, 4 plates: ill; 15cm. - Illustrator: Buckland, A.H... - (The little blue books for children).

Abbott, Jacob (ed by E.V. Lucas). The beechnut book. - London: Methuen, 1901. - xii, 191p, 4 plates. - Illustrator: Buckland, A.H.

Abbott, John Stevens Cabot. The puritan captain; or, the story of Miles Standish. - London: Ward, Lock and Co, [1879]. - 372p, plates: ill; 18cm. - Illustrator: Standish, Miles.

Adams, Charlotte. Boys at home / by Charlotte Adams. - London: G. Routledge & Co, 1855. - 414p, 6 plates: ill; 17cm. - Illustrator: Dalziel. - 3rd edition.

Adams, Charlotte. Boys at home / by Charlotte Adams. - London: Routledge, 1855. - 414p; illus. - Illustrator: Gilbert, Sir John. - 3rd ed.

Adams, Charlotte. The errand boy, or, your time is your employer's. - London: S.P.C.K., [1858]. - 215p, 5 plates: ill; 14cm. - Published by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.

Adams, Ellinor Davenport. On honour: a school and home story. - London: Thomas Nelson, 1902. - 332 p. - Author of "A girl of to-day" "Comrades true".

Adams, H. Isabel. Little red riding hood and the history of Tom Thumb. - London: J.M. Dent & Co, 1895. - 58p, plates: ills; 15cm. - Illustrator: Adams, H. Isabel. - Banbury Cross Series.

Adams, Henry Cadwaller. David Livingstone: the weaver boy who became a missionary. - London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1884. - 306p, plates: ills; 19cm. - 20th edition.

Adams, Henry Cadwaller. Perils in the Transvaal and Zululand / by Rev. H.C. Adams. - London: Griffith Farran .., [1888]. - 384p, 8 plates: ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Greenaway, J. - Author of "Who did it?" "Who was Philip?" etc...

Adams, Henry Cadwaller. The Winborough boys, or, Ellerslie park / by Rev. H.C .Adams. - London: Standard Library C., [1900]. - 382p; 18cm. - First publication 1872.

Adams, Henry Cadwaller. The first of June, or, schoolboy rivalry / by Rev. H.C. Adams. - London: G. Routledge & Sons, 1871. - vi, 158p, 4 plates: 16cm. - Illustrator: Absolon. - 12th edition. 1st edition pub 1856.

Adams, Henry Cadwaller. The lost rifle or schoolboy faction: A second tale of Nethercourt. - London: G. Routledge & Sons, 1876. - viii, 200p, 3 plates: 17cm.

Adams, William. Tales of Charlton School / by William Adams and Henry C. Adams. - London: G. Routledge and Sons, 1892. - x, 186p, 192p, plates: ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Fraser, F.A. - Part 1 The cherry-stones; part 2 the first of June.

Adams, William. The cherry-stones; or, Charlton school: a tale for youth. - London: F. & J. Rivington, 1851. - vii, 143; 17cm. - partly from the mss. of Rev W Adams edited by H.C. Adams.

Adams, William. The king's messengers. An allegorical tale by William Adams. - London: Rivingtons, 1863. - 96p, plate: ills; 14cm. - 10th edition.

Aesop. The fables of Aesop / with instructive applications by Samuel ... - Halifax: Milner and Sowerby, 1860. - xviii, 296p, plate: ills; 13cm. - Croxall.

Aesop's fables. With instructive morals and reflections ... - London: S. Richardson, [1765?]. - xxxiv; 190p; illus. - Last 2 pages missing.

Aesop's fables: a new version chiefly from original sources / by. - London: John Murray, 1852. - xvi, 145p: ills; 17cm. - Illustrator: Tenniel, John. - Rev. Thomas James.

Aikin, Arthur. The natural history of the year. Being an enlargement of Dr. Aikin's. - London: Baldwin, Cradock .., 1821. - 5th ed; also 6th ed 1834. - Moon 546.

Aikin, John. England delineated / by John Aikin. - London: T. Bensley, 1788. - x; 411p; 17.7x11.1cm, not ill. - 1st edition. - MOON 535.

Aikin, John. The arts of life / by John Aikin. - London: Taylor & Wilks, 1802. - 201p; 15x8.8cm. - MOON 461.

Aikin, John and Barbauld, Anna Laetitia. Evenings at home; or, The juvenile budget opened. Consisting ... - London: T. Bensley, 1802. - 5 vols of 6 and 2 others. - Vol.1, 5th ed, 1802; Vol.II & III, 1st ed 1793, 5th ed 1802, - MOON 249.

Aikin, John and Barbauld, Anna Laetitia. Evenings at home; or, The juvenile budget opened. Consisting ... - London: Scott, Webster .., 1839. - MOON 250.

Aikin, John and Barbauld, Anna Laetitia. Evenings at home; or, The juvenile budget opened. Consisting ... - London: Edward Lacey, 1839. - 18 engr. - Illustrator: Whimper (changed later to Whymper). - MOON 251.

Alcock, Deborah. No cross no crown / by Deborah Alcock. - London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, [1900]. - 344p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Skinner, E.F. - Two copies in different cover.

Alcock, Deborah. The Spanish brothers / by Deborah Alcock. - London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, [1903]. - 412p, 8plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Tenison, Nell Marion. - First edition 1870.

Alcott, Louisa M. Good wives. A story for girls / by Louisa M Alcott. - London: Ward, Lock & Co, 1920. - 319p, plate; 19cm. - A sequel to "Little women".

Alcott, Louisa M. Little wives / by Louisa M Alcott, author of "Little women". - London: Frederick Warne, [1879]. - iv, 213p: 17cm. - First publication 1872.

Alcott, Louisa M. Little women or Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy / by Louisa M Alcott. - London: G. Routledge and Sons, [1879]. - viii, 198p, plate; 18cm. - Illustrator: Dalziel (frontis). - The Ruby series.

Alcott, Louisa May. Aunt Jo's scrap-bag / by Louisa M. Allcott. - London: Sampson Low, Marston, [1900]. - 272p; 18cm. - First publication 1871-72.

Alcott, Louisa May. Kitty's class day and other stories / by Louisa May Alcott. - New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [1908?]. - 334p; 20cm. - Originally published under the title "Proverb stories".

Alcott, Louisa May. Little men: life at Plumfield with Jo's boys / by L.M. Alcott. - London: Sampson Low etc., 1871. - 332p; 16cm. - Low's copyright and Cheap editions of American books.

Alcott, Louisa May. Little women / by Louisa May Alcott. - London: Ward, Lock and Co, 1920. - 317p, 1 plate; 19cm.

Alcott, Louisa May. Lulu's library / by Louisa May Alcott. - London: Sampson Low etc., [1885]. - 269p: ills; 20cm. - Published Toronto: The Musson Book Limited.

Alcott, Louisa May. Spinning-wheel stories / by Louisa May Alcott. - London: Sampson Low etc., 1890. - 276p: ills; 17cm. - First publication 1884.

Alcott, Louisa May. An old-fashioned girl / by Louisa May Alcott. - London: Sampson Low etc., 1872. - iv, 314p; 16cm. - First publication 1870?

Alexander, Cecil Frances (Humphreys). Moral Songs / by C.F. Frances. - London: Joseph Masters, 1862. - MOON 109.

Aliva, Rene. The anti-spelling book / by Rene Aliva. - London: Bull & Churton, 1834. - 3rd ed. - MOON 494.

Allen, Grant. Science in Arcady / by Grant Allen. - London: Gibbings & Company, 1903. - 304p; 19cm. - First publication 1892.

Allen, Phoebe. Match-box Phil / by Phoebe Allen, author of "Asaph wood"... - London: S.P.C.K., [1890]. - 156p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Nash, Joseph, Jnr.

Allen, Phoebe. Playing at botany / by Phoebe Allen. - London: Hatchards, Piccadilly, [1887]. - viii, 261p, 1 plate; 18cm. - Illustrator: Naftel, Maud. - Author of "Gilmory," "Spring and autumn," "A double Cherry,”

Allen, Willis Boyd. The red mountain of Alaska / by Willis Boyd Allen. - London: S.W. Partridge and Co, [1900]. - 320p, plates: ills; 19cm. - First publication 1889?

The allies' fairy book / with an introduction by Edmund Gosse. - London: William Heinemann, [1916]. - xxii, 122p, plates: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Rackham, Arthur.

Alphabet of animals. - London: Darton & Harvey, [1810?]. - Lacks title page. - MOON 490.

An Old Girl. School-days in France. - London: Blackie, 1895. - 192p. - Illustrator: Parkinson, William.

Andersen, Hand Christian. The little mermaid and other stories / by Hans Christian Andersen. - London: Lawrence & Bullen, 1893. - xxiv; 384p; illus. - Illustrator: Weguelin, John Reinhard. - Translated by R. Nisbet Bain. - AND.

Andersen, Hans Christian. Andersen's tales / by Christian Hans Andersen selected and ... - London: George Bell and Sons, 1888. - 136p: ills; 18cm. - Bell's reading books for schools and parochial libraries. - MOON 191.

Andersen, Hans Christian. Ausgewahlte Marchen / Deutsch van Julius Reuscher. - Leipzig: Berlag von Ambr. Abel, n.d. - 224p, plates: ills; 18cm. - Illustrator: Richter, Ludwig and others.

Andersen, Hans Christian. Danish fairy legends and tales / translated by Caroline Peachey. - London: Henry G. Bohn, 1861. - xxi, 456p, plates: ills; 19cm. - with a memoir of the author. - 3rd edit. enlarged.-1st edit.1846.

Andersen, Hans Christian. Fairy stories for children / by Hans Christian Andersen. - London: Ward, Lock & Co, n.d. - 504p, plate: ills; 19cm. - MOON 189.

Andersen, Hans Christian. Fairy tales / by Christian Hans Andersen. - London: Collins' Clear-Type, [1900]. - 206p, plates; 19cm. - MOON 193.

Andersen, Hans Christian. Fairy tales and stories / by Hans Christian Andersen. - London: George Routledge, n.d.. - vii, 512p, plate: 60 ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Bayes, Alfred Walter. - Translated by Dr H W Dulken. Two copies. - MOON 187.

Andersen, Hans Christian. Hans Andersen's fairy tales by Hans Christian Andersen. - London: Hodder and Stoughton, [1936?]. - 319p, 16 plates: ills; 26cm. - Illustrator: Robinson, W. Heath. - Published for Boots Pure Drug Company, Nottingham. - MOON 195.

Andersen, Hans Christian. Quacks the story of the ugly duckling in verse by M M Wingrave. - London: Ward, Lock and Co, n.d.. - 54p, plate: ills; 25cm. - Illustrator: Wingrave, Marion M. - told in verses. - MOON 190.

Andersen, Hans Christian. Tales and fairy stories / translated by Madame de Chatelain. - London: Routledge, Warnes, etc., 1859. - iv, 401p: 18cm. - Illustrator: Warren, Henry. - MOON 185.

Andersen, Hans Christian. Wonderful stories for children / translated from the Danish ... - London: Chapman & Hall, [1846?]. - iii; 127p; illus. - by Mary Howitt. - MOON 184.

Andersen, Hans Christian. The ice-maiden / translated from the Danish by Mrs Bushby. - London: Richard Bentley, 1863. - 173p: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Zwecker, Johann Baptist. - Also contains the butterfly, Psyche, the snail... - MOON 186.

Andersen, Hans Christian. The snow queen, and other stories / by Hans Christian Andersen. - London: George Routledge, [n.d.]. - 119p: ills; 17cm. - Translated by H W Dulcken.

Anderson, Hans Christian. The ugly duckling and other fairy tales / translated by Mrs Edgar ... - London: Dent, 1913. - 127p, 8 plates; illus (some col.). - Illustrator: Armfield, Maxwell. - Lucas. - MOON 194.

Andrew, Lang. The blue fairy book. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1926. - vii; 390p: 7 plates. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice.

Annie Carr a tale of both hemispheres by the author of. - London: The Religious Tract S., [1903]. - 245p; 20cm. - Adventures in the South Pacific.

Annie Foster: A story for school girls. An American tale. - London: The Religious Tract S., [n.d.]. - 107p, plate; 15cm.

Annie Sherwood; or, scenes at school. - London: The Religious Tract S., [n.d.]. - 106p: ills: 15cm. - Two copies.

Anstey, F. The pariah by F. Anstey, author of "vis% versa" "the giant's robe"etc. - Melbourne: George Robertson, 1890. - iv, 448p; 19cm.

Apaque, L H. We little ones by L.H. Apaque. - 1st (only) edit. - London and Brighton: S.P.C.K., [1883]. - 214p, plate: ills; 19cm.

The Arabian nights / revised by Rev George Fyler Townsend. - London: Warne & Co, 1860. - MOON 163.

The Arabian nights. - London: A. & C. Black, Ltd, 1913. - Illustrator: Folkard, Charles. - MOON 166.

The Arabian nights. - London: Richard Edward King, n.d. - MOON 165.

The arabian nights. - London: Richard Edward King, [1895]. - 586p; 19cm. - Translated.

The arabian nights' entertainments by Rev. Geo. Fyler Townsend. - London: Frederick Warne & Co., [n.d.]. - viii, 632p, plate; 19cm.

The Arabian nights. - London: A. & C. Black, [1913?]. - viii; 248p:8plates; ill some col. - Illustrator: Folkard, Charles James.

Arden, Sir Humphrey (? pseud). The trial of skill; or, which is the best story? - London: Nelson, 1849. - MOON 336.

Argus, Arabella. Ostentation and liberality. - London: William Darton & Son, [1830?]. - 2 vols bound in one. - MOON 317.

Argus, Arabella. The adventures of a donkey. - London: William Darton, Jun, 1815. - MOON 48.

Arkwright, Ruth. Brownikins and other fancies / music by J.W. Wilson. - London: Wells, Gardner & Co., [1910?]. - 82p: ill (some col.). - Illustrator: Robinson, Charles.

Armstrong, Annie E. Madge's mistake. A recollection of girlhood by Annie E Armstrong. - London Glasgow Bombay: Blackie, [1900]. - 160p, 2 plates; 19cm. - Author of "Three bright girls". First published 1884.

Arthur; or, the chorister's rest. - London: S.P.C.K., [1861]. - 126p, plates; 15cm.

Arthur Thomas Shay. Cedardale; or, the peacemakers. A story of village life. - Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo, 1854. - 208p, plates; 16cm. - Arthur's juvenile library.

Arthur, Frances Browne. The duchess by Frances Browne Arthur. - London: Thomas Nelson, 1907. - 301p, 1plate; 20cm. - Author of "Two little travellers," "Mother Maud," etc...

Ashford, D. Young visitors, or, Mr Salteena's plan. -, 1919. - 8th impression.

Ashley, Doris. King Arthur and his knights by Doris Ashley and others. - London Paris NY: Raphael Tuck, [1932]. - 248p, 7 plates: ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Dixon, A.A.

Ashley, Doris and others. King Arthur and his Knights. - London; Raphael Tuck, 1932. - 248p, 8 plates; illus (some c). - Illustrator: Dixon, Arthur A.

Ashurst, Elizabeth A. The mosaic workers; a tale. To which is added the Orco; a tradition. - London: H.G. Clarke & Co, 1844. - Translated from the French of George Sand by E.A.A. - MOON 412.

Aunt Harriet's stories. - London: Harvey & Darton, [1815?]. - MOON 302.

Aunt Judy's annual volume / edited by H.K.F. Gatty. - London: Bemrose, 1883. - [2], 764p: ill. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator).

Aunt Judy's annual volume / edited by H.K.F. Gatty. - London: Bemrose, 1885. - [3], 764p: ill. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator).

Aunt Louisa's nursery rhymes. - London: Warne, [1860?]. - [24] p; col. illus. - Aunt Louisa's London Toy Books.

Aunt Louisa's London toy books; Nursery rhymes. - London: Frederick Warne & Co, [1865?]. - MOON 144.

Aunt Louisa's London toy books; Nursery rhymes. - London: Frederick Warne & Co, [1865?]. - MOON 144.

Aunt Effie's rhymes for little children. - London: Routledge, 1858. - 64p, illus. - Illustrator: Browne, Hablot Knight 'Phiz'.

Aunt Louisa. The excelsior poetry book for the young by Aunt Louisa. - London: Frederick Warne, - xii, 212p, 1 plate: ills; 16cm. - Published in New York: Scribner, Welford, Armstrong.

Austin, Caroline. Dorothy's dilemma a tale of the time of Charles I by C Austin. - London: Blackie and Son, [1900]. - 192p, 3 plates; 19cm. - Author of "Marie's home" "Hugh Herbert's inheritance".

Austin, Caroline. Marie's home; or, a glimpse of the past. - London: Blackie, [1885?]. - 190p, 3 plates. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator).

Austin, Caroline. Marie's home: or, a glimpse of the past by Caroline Austin. - London: Blackie & Son, [1885]. - 190p, 3 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon. - Author of "Dorothy's dilemma" etc. Two copies.

Austin, Sarah. The story without an end. - London: Effingham Wilson, 1834. - 123p; illus. - Illustrator: Harvey, William. - Translated from the German of Carove by Sarah Austin. - MOON 369.

Austin, Sarah. The story without an end. - London: Virtue Brothers, [1863?]. - 130p; illus. - Illustrator: Harvey, William. - Translated from the German of Carove by Sarah Austin.

Austin, Sarah. The story without an end from the German of Carobe by Sarah Austin. - London: Virtue Brothers & Co, [1863]. - vi, 130p, plates: ills; 14cm. - Illustrator: Harvey, William. - New and improved edition.

Austin, Stella. Ben Cramer: working jeweller by Stella Austin. - 3rd edit. - London: Wells Gardner, Darton, [1900]. - 197p, 4plates; 19cm. - A tale for boys and girls. First publication 1879.

Austin, Stella. For old sake's sake by Stella Austin. 4th ed. - London: Wells Gardner, Darton, 1898. - 158p, 4plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Petherick, H. - Author of "Our next door neighbour," "Stumps," "Somebody," etc...

Austin, Stella. Pat. A story for boys and girls by Stella Austin. - 3rd edit. - London: J Masters and Co, 1882. - 259p, plates; 18cm. - First edition 1880.

Austin, Stella. Rags and tatters: a story for boys and girls by Stella Austin. - London: J Masters and Co, 1876. - vi, 191p, plates; 17cm.

Austin, Stella. Somebody by Stella Austin. - 7th ed. - London: Wells Gardner, Darton, 1900. - 165p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Taylor, R. & E.

Austin, Stella. The little princess angel. A story for children... by Stella Austin. - London: A. D. Innes and Co, 1892. - viii, 332p; 19cm. - Author of "Paul's friend," "Stumps," "Rags and tatters," etc.

Author of "Honor bright". Gilly Flower by the author of "Honor bright". - London: Wells Gardner, Darton, [1910]. - 238p, plate; 20cm.

Author of "Win and Wear,". Faithful and true; or, the Evans family by the author of ... - London: T Nelson and Sons, 1871. - 208p, plates; 17cm.

The April baby's book of tunes by the author of Elizabeth and her... - London: Macmillan and Co., 1900. - 76p, plates: ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Greenaway, Kate. - German garden with the story of how they came to be written.

Author of Selina's story. The white cross and dove of pearls by the author of Selina's story. - London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1879. - xi, 488p; 19cm.

Author of The Spanish brothers. No Cross no crown: a tale of the Scottish Reformation by the ... - London: T Nelson and Sons, 1900. - viii, 344p, plate; 20cm. - Author of "The Spanish brothers," "Under the Southern cross."

Author of child-life in Europe. Child-life in Italy: a story of six years abroad. - Boston: William F Gill, 1874. - 363p, plate; 18cm. - Author of "Child-life in Europe."

Author of the secret drawer. The story of Alice Middleton. - London: Sunday School Union, [n.d.]. - 106p, plate; 15cm.

Avery, Harold. A toast-fag and other stories by Harold Avery. - London: Thomas Nelson, [1904]. - 176p, 3plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Hope, R.


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B., W. The elephant's ball and grand fete champetre. - London: J. Harris, 1807. - MOON 96.

The babes in the wood. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 31p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Baird, Beatrice M. Adventures in music-land / by Beatrice M Baird. - London: Macmillan and Co, 1932. - x; 98p: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: O'Brien, Brigid. - With a foreword by Sir Henry Walford Davies.

Baker, Sarah S. Golden links by the aut. -, . - This record incomplete and next 33 records lost.

Baker, Sarah S. The babes in the basket; or, Daph and her charge by Sarah S Baker. - London: Frederick Warne, [1873]. - 128p, plate: ill; 16cm. - Author of "Golden links," "The children on the plains," etc.

Baldwin, May. A highland lassie. - London: Chambers, 1907. - 395p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Boyd, Alexander Stuart.

Baldwin, May. Mysie a highland lassie by May Baldwin. - London: W & R Chambers, 1907. - 395p, 8plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Boyd, A.S. - Author of "Peg's adventures in Paris," "A popular girl,""Sybil,”

Balfour, Clara Lucas. Cousin Bessie: a story of youthful earnestness by Mrs C L Balfour. - London: S W Partridge, 1862. - viii, plates, 88p; 19cm.

Balfour, Clara Lucas. Morning dew drops; on, the juvenile abstainer. - 4th edit. - London: A W Bennet, 1859. - xvi, 330p, plates: ills; 18cm.

Balfour, Clara Lucas. Passages in the history of a shilling by Mrs Clara Lucas Balfour. - London: S W Partridge, [1862]. - 74p, plates; 17cm.

Balfour, Clara Lucas. Toil and trust or the life story of Patty, the workhouse girl. - London: S W Partridge, [1887]. - 88p, plates: ills; 19cm. - New edition.

Balfour, Clara Lucas. Two Christmas days; the Christmas-box; and how three of my ... - London: S W Partridge, [1862]. - 58p, 5plates; 17cm. - Illustrator: Knight, J and Johnson, J. - First published 1852.

Ball, Robert Stawell. Star-land being talks with young people about the wonders of... - London: Cassell and Company, 1908. - viii, 388p, plate: ills; 19cm. - First edition 1889. Author of "the story of the heavens," etc.

Ball-room guide. - London: Frederick Warne & Co, [1874?]. - iv, 96p, plate; 10cm. - Warne's bijou books.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The battery and the boiler/Adventures in the laying of submarine ele. - London: James Nisbet, n.d. - viii, 420p, 5 plates. - Illustrator: Ballantyne, Robert Michael.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The coxwain's bride/The rising tide, a tale of the sea and other tal. - London: James Nisbet, n.d. - 234p, 4 plates. - Illustrator: Ballantyne, Robert Michael.

Ballantyne Robert Michael. Under the waves of diving in deep waters a tale by R Ballantyne. - London: James Nisbet & Co, [1890?]. - vi, 414p, 6plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Pearson? - First published 1876.

Ballantyne, R.M. Deep down: a tale of the Cornish tin mines. -, . - Illustrator: Webb, A.

Ballantyne, R.M. Fighting the flames. A tale of the London fire brigade. - London: Nelson, n.d. - 412p; 4 plates; col ills. - Illustrator: Webb, Archibald Bertram.

Ballantyne, R.M. Freaks on the fells OR Three months' rustications. - London; Routledge, Warne, Routled, 1865. - 380p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel.

Ballantyne, R.M. The Lively Poll. A tale of the North Sea. - London: Nisbet, n.d. - 124p, col. plate. - Illustrator: Austin, Henry.

Ballantyne, R.M. The Red Eric" / by R.M. Ballantyne. - [s.l.]: [s.n.]

Ballantyne, R.M. Under the waves, or, Diving in deep waters / by R.M. Ballantyne. - London: James Nisbet, [1897]. - viii; 414p; 6 plates. - Illustrator: Pearson, Edwin.

Ballantyne, R.M. World of ice, or, the whaling cruise of the "Dolphin" ... - [s.l.]: [s.n.]

Ballantyne, R.M. World of ice, or, the whaling cruise of the "Dolphin" ... - [s.l.]: [s.n.]

Ballantyne, R.M. The dog Crusoe and his master, A tale of the Western prairie. - London: Ward, Lock and Co., n.d. - 318p; illus. - Illustrator: Austin, Henry.

Ballantyne, R.M. The garret and the garden, and Jeff Benson. - London: Nisbet,.

Ballantyne, R.M. The gorilla hunter / by R.M. Ballantyne. - London: Nelson & Sons, 1895.

Ballantyne, R.M. The lighthouse. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 248p; 4 plates; col illus. - Illustrator: Hungson, E.S.

Ballantyne, R.M. Ungara. A tale of the Esquinaux land. - London; Collins' Clear-Type, n.d. - 336p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Dixon, Arthur A.

Ballantyne, R.M. The wild man of the west. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 254p: 4 plates (some col.) - Illustrator: Eyles, D.C.

Ballantyne, R.M. The young fur-traders OR Snowflakes and Sunbeams from the far north. - London; Nelson, 1901. - vi, 429p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. Blown to bits, a tale of the Malay archipelago by R M Ballantyne. - London: James Nisbet & Co, [1889]. - vii, 438p; 20cm.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. Erling the bold: a tale of the norse sea-kings by R M Ballantyne. - London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, [1869]. - vii, 488p, 4plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Patterson, Malcolm. - Author of "Deep down: a tale of the Cornish mines" "The lifeboat".

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. Fighting the flames: A tale of the London brigade. - London: Thomas Nelson & Sons. - viii, 412p, 4plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Webb, Archibald.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. Freaks on the fells; or, three months rustication. and why I ... - London: Routledge, Warne & R, 1865. - 380p, plates; 17cm. - Illustrator: Dalziel. - Author of "The wild man of the West," etc.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. Gascoyne the sandal-wood trader: a tale of the Pacific. - London: Blackie & Son, [1900]. - 252p, plates; 19cm; col. illus. - Illustrator: Sloane, J.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. Hudson bay; or, everyday life in North America by R M Ballantyne. - London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, [1900]. - xv, 202p, 8plates: 19cm.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. Life in the red brigade: a fiery tale and Fort desolation or... - London: James Nisbet & Co, [1887?]. - 241p, 4plates; 19cm. - Author of "The wild man of the West;" "The red Eric;" etc.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. Martin Rattler; or, a boy's adventures in the forests of Brazil. - London: T Nelson and Sons, 1882. - viii, 330p, plates. - Illustrator: Jackson, M. Se]. - First published 1858.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. Over the rocky mountains: wandering will in the land of the ... - London: James Nisbet & Co, [1900?]. - 122p, 1plate; 19cm.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. Saved by the lifeboat: a tale of wreck and rescue on the coast. - London: James Nisbet & Co, 1885. - vi, 124p, plates; 16cm. - Ballantyne's Miscellany.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. Silver lake by Robert Michael Ballantyne. - London: Frederick Warne & Co, [1890?]. - vii, 175p, 1plate; 18cm. - Author of "Jarwin and Cuffy," etc.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. Ungava: a tale of the esquimaux land by R M Ballantyne. - London: Collins' Clear Type P, [1890?]. - 336p, plates; 21cm. - Illustrator: Dixon, A.A.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The battery and the boiler or adventures in the laying of submarine... - London: James Nisbet & Co, [1900]. - vi, 420p, 6plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Ballantyne, R.M. - First published 1883.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The coral island by Robert Michael Ballantyne. - London: Thomas Nelson, [1900]. - x, 236p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Coloured illustrations.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The coral island: a tale of the Pacific ocean by Robert M Ballantyne. - London: T Nelson and Sons, 1905. - viii, 336p, plates; 19cm. - Author of "The dog Crusoe and his master," etc.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The coral island. A tale of the Pacific Ocean. - London; T. Nelson, 1905. - viii, 336p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The coxswain's bride or the rising tide by Robert Michael Ballantyne. - London: James Nisbet, [1895]. - 234p, 4plates; 19cm. - A tale of the sea and other tales.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The dog Crusoe and his master: a tale of the Western prairies. - London: Ward, Lock & Co, [1900]. - viii, 318p; 19cm. - Illustrator: Austin, Henry. - Author of "The coral island," "Ungava," "The young fur traders."

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The garret and the garden and Jeff Benson by Robert M Ballantyne. - London: James Nisbett & Co. - 260p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Twidle, Arthur.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The golden dream, or, Adventures in the far west / by R M Ballantyne. - London: John F. Shaw and Co, 1861. - viii, 358p, plates; 17cm. - Illustrator: Whimper, E.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The golden dream: adventures in the far West by Robert M Ballantyne. - London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, [1890]. - x, 438p, 4plates; 18cm.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The gorilla hunters: a tale of the wilds of Africa by R M Ballantyne. - London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1914. - vii, 328p, plates; 20cm. - Illustrator: Coloured illustrations. - New edition.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The lifeboat: a tale of our coast heroes by Robert M Ballantyne. - London: James Nisbet & Co, [1910?]. - viii, 392p, plates; 19cm. - Author of "Under the waves;" "Black ivory; "The floating light;

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The lighthouse by Robert Michael Ballantyne. - London: Blackie & Sons, [1885?]. - 248p, 3 plates; 18cm. - Author of "The coral island" "Gascoyne, the sandal wood trader".

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The lively poll: a tale of the North sea by Robert M Ballantyne. - London: Nisbet & Co, [1880?]. - 124p, 1 plate: ill; 19cm. - Illustrator: Austin, Henry.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The middy and the moors: an algerine story by R M Ballantyne. - London: James Nisbet & Co, [1888?]. - viii, 242p: ills; 19cm. - Author of "The fugitives"; "Red Rooney", "The rover of the Andes".

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The norsemen in the West or America before Columbus. A tale, by ... - London: James Nisbet & Co, 1872. - vi, 406p, 6 plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Pearson, Edwin. - Author of "the iron horse, or life on the line;" etc.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The red Eric' the whaler's last cruise by Robert M Ballantyne. - London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, [1900?]. - vi, 430p; 19cm.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The wild man of the West by Robert Michael Ballantyne. - London: Blackie & Son, [1890?]. - 254p, 4 plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Heyes, D.E. - Author of "The young fur traders" "The coral island" &c.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The world of ice; or, adventures in the polar regions by R Ballantyne. - London: T Nelson and Sons, 1860. - 315p, plates; 19cm. - Author of "Hudson's bay; or, everyday life in the wilds ..".

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The world ofice or the whaling cruise of "The dolphin" and the ... - London: T Nelson and Sons, 1904. - viii, 327, plates; 20cm. - New edition.

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. The young fur-traders; or, snowflakes and sunbeams from the far North. - London: T Nelson and Sons, 1901. - vi, 429, plates; 17cm. - Illustrator: Dalziel? - Author of "Hudson bay," "The coral island," etc.

Ballard, Susan. All year round in Japan by Susan Ballard. - 1st edit. - London: S P G, 1913. - 55p: ills; 19cm. - Society for the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts.

The Bantam family, and other stories by the author of "stories on ... - London: J and C. Mozley, 1859. - 141p; 14cm. - Author if "Stories on proverbs;" "Read me a story," & c

Barbauld. Hymns in prose for children / by Mrs Barbauld. - London: John Murray, 1864. - xii, (100): ills; 20cm. - Illustrator: Cooper, James D and others. - Author of "Lessons for children"; another ed dated 1864. - MOON 11.

Barbauld. Hymns in prose for children / by Mrs Barbauld. - London: John Murray, 1866. - xii, 100p: ill; 20cm. - Illustrator: Barnes, Robert and others. - Author of: Lessons for children. - MOON 12.

Barbauld, Anna Laetitia (Aikin). Hymns in prose for children / by Mrs Barbauld. - London: Edward Lacey, [1840?]. - A new and improved edition. - MOON 10.

Barbauld, Anna Laetitia (Aikin). Lecons pour les enfants de trois a huit ans...Second partie, ... - Paris: Alexis Eymery, 1817. - pour l'age de 5 a 6 ans; 2nd French ed. - MOON 482.

Barbauld, Anna Laetitia (Aikin). Lecons pour les enfants de trois a huit ans...Troisieme partie,.. - Paris: Alexis Eymery, 1817. - pour l'age de 5 a 6 ans; 2nd French ed. - MOON 482.

Barbauld, Anna Laetitia (Aikin). Lessons for children. In four parts. For children from three ... - London: Baldwin, Cradock .., 1820. - Part iv. - R. Hunter, successor to Joseph Johnson. - MOON.

Barbauld, Anna Laetitia (Aikin). Lessons for children. In four parts. Being the second, for ... - London: Baldwin, Cradock .., 1821. - Part i. - MOON.

Barbauld, Anna Laetitia (Aikin). Lessons for children. In four parts. For children from two ... - London: Baldwin, Cradock .., 1821n. - Part i. - MOON.

Barbauld, Anna Laetitia (Aikin). Lessons for children, from three to four years old. - [s.l]: [s.n], n.d. - Part iv. - Lacks title page, probably 1st ed of 1778. - MOON.

Barbauld, Mrs. Hymns in prose for children / by Mrs Barbauld. - London: John Murray, 1866. - xii; 100p; illus. - Illustrator: Coleman, William Stephen and others.

Barbauld, Mrs. Hymns in prose for children / by Mrs Barbauld. - London: John Murray, 1866. - xii; 100p; illus. - Illustrator: Kennedy, T and others.

Barbauld, Mrs. Hymns in prose for children / by Mrs Barbauld. - London: John Murray, 1866. - xii; 100p; illus. - Illustrator: Wimperis, E.M and others. - 2 copies (one dated 1864).

Barber, Mrs. Moral paralysis; or, The gambler. - London: James Burn, 1831. - MOON.

Baring, Maurice. The story of forget-me-not and lily of the valley by Maurice Baring. - London: James Nesbit & Co, [1900?]. - 120p, 1 plate: col. ills; 16cm. - Illustrator: S.B.

Baring- Gould, S. The path of the just: Tales of holy men and children. - London: Joseph Masters, 1857. - x, 167p; 15cm.

Baring-Gould, S. The lives of the saints by S Baring-Gould. July. - London: John Hodges, 1874. - 409to788p, plate; 19cm. - Author of "The origin and development of religious belief" etc.

Baring-Gould, Sabine. Grettir the outlaw: a story of Iceland by S Baring-Gould. - London: Blackie and Son, 1890. - viii, 384p, plate: map; 20cm. - Illustrator: Diemer, M. Zeno. - Author of "John Herring"; "Mehalab"; "Iceland: its scenes  ..."etc.

Baring-Gould, Sabine. The crock of gold by S Baring Gould. - London: Methuen, [1900]. - 252p, plates; 20cm. - Twelve fairy tales, old and new, as told by Jeremiah Toope...

Baring-Gould, Sabine. The lives of the saints by Sabine Baring-Gould. October. - London: John Hodges, 1877. - viii, 368p; 19cm.

Baring-Gould, Sabine. The lives of the saints by S Baring-Gould. November. - London: John Hodges, 1877. - 369,675p, plate; 19cm.

Barker, Mary Anne Lady. A Christmas cake in four quarters by Lady Barker afterwards Broome. - London: Macmillan and Co, 1871. - 304p, 5 plates; 18cm. - Author of " Stories about:-" "Station life in New Zealand," etc.

Barker, Mrs Sale. Kate Greenaway's birthday book for children. - London: Warne, n.d. - [ca.300p]; 382 illus (some col. - Illustrator: Greenaway, Kate. - Illustrations engraved and printed by Edmund Evans.

Barnard, Frances Catherine. New friends, or, A fortnight at the rectory / by Mrs A. Barnard. - London: Joseph Graham, 1845. - MOON.

Barnard, Frances Catherine. The cottage and the hall, or, Carelessness corrected / Mrs A. Barnard. - London: Joseph Graham, 1844. - MOON.

Barnes, Irene H. Doctor Alec by Irene H Barnes. - London: Church Missionary Soc, 1911. - 200p, 8 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Greene, J.B. - Author of "In Salisbury square," "Behind the pardah," etc.

Barnes, Irene H. Doctor Alec. - London: Church Missionary Soc, 1911. - 200p; 7 plates; frontispiece. - Illustrator: Greene, J.B.

Barrie, J.M. Peter and Wendy. - London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1911. - 267p; illus (6th and 9th ed). - Illustrator: Bedford, Francis Donkin.

Barrie, James M. The little minister by James M Barrie. - London: Cassell and Company, 1913. - x, 340p; 20cm. - First edition 1891.

Barrie, James Matthew. Peter Pan in Kensington gardens by James Matthew Barrie. -3rd ed. - London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1907. - xii, 126p, 50col plates; 25cm. - Illustrator: Rackham, Arthur. - (From the little white bird); 2 copies.

Barrie, James Matthew. Peter Pan in Kensington gardens by James Matthew Barrie. - London: Hodder and Stoughton, [1907?]. - 126p, 25col plates; 21cm. - Illustrator: Rackham, Arthur. - [from the little white bird] 3 copies.

Barrie, James Matthew. Peter and Wendy by James Matthew Barrie. - 6th edit? - London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1911?]. - 267p, plates; 20cm. - Illustrator: Bedford, F.D. - First edition 1911.

Barrie, James Matthew. The little white bird by James M Barrie. - 3rd edit. - London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1903. - viii, 312p, 1plate; 20cm. - First edition 1902.

Barth, Christian Gottlob. Rene, the young crusader / by Christian Gottlob Barth. - London: S. Lingham, 1844. - MOON.

Bechstein, Ludwig. Marchenbuch / by Ludwig Bechstein. - Leipzig: Georg Wigand, 1863. - 255p; 90 illus. - Illustrator: Richter, Ludwig. - 2 copies (1 33rd ed).

Bede, Cuthbert. Funny figures, by a funny man. - London: Blackwood, n.d. - 26p, col. illus. - Illustrator: Bede, Cuthbert.

Bede, Cuthbert. Fairy fables. - London: Richard Bentley, [1858?]. - viii, 238p: ill. - Illustrator: Crowquill, Alfred (illustrator).

Beecher Stowe, Harriet. Uncle Tom's Cabin / by Harriet Beecher Stowe. - London: Collins, n.d. - 392p; 8 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Russell, R.R.

Beeching, H.C. (selected by). A book of Christmas verse. - London: Methuen, 1895. - xvi; 174p; 10 illus. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Begbie, Harold. The Struwwelpeter alphabet / by Harold Begbie. - London: Richard, 1900. - 26p: col. ill. - Illustrator: Gould, Francis Carruthers. Sir.

The beggar's daughter of Bednall Greene. - London: William Tegg, 1865. - 24p; illus. - Illustrator: Harvey, William.

Bell, Catherine D. The Huguenot family OR Help in time of need. - London; Frederick Warne, 1866. - viii, 270p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel.

Bell, Catherine D. The Douglas family. - London; Frederick Warne, 1867. - vii, 182p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel.

Bennett, Charles. The frog who would a wooing go. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 7p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Bennett, Charles Henry.

Bennett, Charles. The sorrowful ending of Noodledoo with the fortunes and fates.... - London: Samson, Low, Son & Marston, 1865. - 38p; illus. - Illustrator: Bennett, Charles Henry.

Benson, E.F. David Blaize and the blue door. - London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1918?]. - vii; 228p: illus. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice.

Berquin, Arnaud. The children's friend...Complete in four volumes / by A. Berquin. - London: John Stockdale, 1787. - MOON.

Berquin, Arnaud. The family book, or, Children's journal / by A. Berquin. - London: John Stockdale, 1799. - 4th edition. - MOON.

Berquin, Arnaud. The history of little Grandison / by A. Berquin. - London: John Stockdale, 1791. - MOON.

Berquin, Arnaud. The looking-glass for the mind, or Intellectual mirror. - London: Printed for J. Harris, 1871. - iii, 271p; 74 illus. - Illustrator: Bewick, Thomas.

Besant, W and Rice, J. Chaplain of the fleet/ by W. Besant & J. Rice. - [s.l.]: [s.n.].

Besset, Mrs adapted from the French by. Memoirs of a doll, written by herself. A New Year's gift. - London; Routledge, 1854. - xvi, 176p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel.

Bethell, Augusta. Echoes of an old bell and other tale of fairy lore. - London: Griffith & Farran, 1865. - vi; 199p; illus. - Illustrator: Keyl, Fredrich Wilhelm.

Bewick's select fables of Aesop and others in three parts. - London: Bickers & Son, [1920]. - xl, 308p, plate: ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Bewick, Thomas. - Illustrated preface by Edwin Pearson.

Bewick, Thomas. Bewick's select fables of Aesop and others in three parts. - London: Bickens, [1871]. - xl, 312p; illus, reprinted. - Illustrator: Bewick, Thomas.

Bewick, Thomas. Bewick's select fables of Aesop and others in three parts. - London: Bickers, [1871]. - xi; 312p; illus. - Illustrator: Pearson, Edwin. - Reprinted from the rare Newcastle ed pub T. Saint in 1784.

Bichard, A. The adventures of Baron Munchausen. - London: Wavne, 1878. - xvi, 201p; illus. - Illustrator: Bichard, A.

Bigelow Paine, Albert. The hollow tree. - London: Constable, 1900. - 128p; illus. - Illustrator: Conoe, J.M.

Bingley, Thomas. Stories about dogs / by Thomas Bingley. - London: David Bogue, [1848?]. - 5th edition. - MOON.

Bingley, Thomas. Stories about dogs, illustrative of their instinct, sagacity ... - London: David Bogue, [1850?]. - xii; 192p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Landseer, Thomas. - 5th ed.

Bingley, William. Travels in South America / by William Bingley. - London: John Sharpe, 1820. - MOON.

A birth-day present; or, Nine days conversation between a mother... - London: J. Marshall & Co, 1789. - 2nd edition. - MOON.

Blencowe, C.D (C.D.B). Stories from Fly land, Bee Land, Bird Land, and Mouse Land. - Teignmouth: E. & G. H. Croydon, n.d. - 3rd edition. - MOON.

Blind Willie. - London: S.P.C.K, 1844. - A chapbook. - MOON.

The blind beggar, and other tales. - London: Joseph Cundall, 1846. - A story book for holiday hours. - MOON.

Bloomfield, Robert. May Day with the Muses / by Robert Bloomfield. - London: Author & Baldwin .., 1822. - 2nd edition; bound with "Wild Flowers", q.v. - MOON.

Bloomfield, Robert. The farmer's boy, a rural poem. - London: Printed for Longman, 1820. - xlvii, 124p; illus. - Illustrator: Bewick, School of (illus. by a follower.

Bolland, Margaret J M. Real friends / by Margaret J M Bolland. - London: The Religious Tract Soc, [1920?]. - 127p, 1 col. plate; 19cm. - Illustrator: Skeats, Leonard.

Boniface, Joseph Xavier. Picciola; or, The prison flower / by X.B. Saintine. - London: George Slater, [1849?]. - Translated from the French. - MOON.

A book for the sea-side. - London: The religious Tract Soc, [1852?]. - viii, 275p, plate: ills; 17cm. - Illustrator: Numerous engravings.

The book of shells. - London: John W. Parker, 1837. - 2nd edition. - MOON.

The book of trades, or Library of the useful arts. Part I. - London: Tabart & Co, 1804. - MOON.

A book of old ballads. - London: Hildesheimer .., 1893. - 44p; illus. - Illustrator: Havers, Alice.

Bouilly, Jean Nicolas. Contes a ma fille / by Jean Nicolas Bouilly. - London: Dulau & Co, 1821. - Nouvelle edition. - MOON.

Bowdich, T E. Anecdotes or the habits and instinct of animals, by Mrs R Lee. - London: Grant and Griffith, 1852. - v, 384p, plates; 17cm. - Author of "The African wanderers", "Adventures in Australia" etc.

Bowles, Thomas Gibson. The log of the "Nereid." by Thomas Gibson Bowles, Master Mariner. - London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co, 1889. - 229p, 13 plates; 23cm. - Illustrator: Bogle, Lockhart. - Author of "Maritime warfare", "Flotsam and Jetsam" etc...

The boy crusaders or Robert of Marseilles. - London: Nelson and Sons, 1898. - 128p, plates; 19cm.

Boy's own annual. 20th volume. - London: Boy's Own, 1898. - col. plates; illus.

The boy's own sea stories: being the adventures of a sailor in the... - London: Ward and Lock, [1859?]. - viii, 424p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: With numerous illustrations. - Narrated by himself.

Boyd, James. Drums. The little river country / by James Boyd. - London: Charles Scribner's .., 1928. - xii, 409p, colplates: ills; 23cm. - Illustrator: Wyeth, N.C.

The boys of Raven's Court; or, be merry and wise. - London: Frederick Warne, [1875?]. - 88p, col. plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: With coloured illustrations.

Bradburn, Eliza Weaver. Rosa; or, the two castles by Eliza Weaver Bradburn. - London: S W Partridge, [1863?]. - iv, 92p, plates: ills; 19cm.

Walter Bradley; or, the first lie by the author of "Fanny Ashley". - London: The Religious Tract S., 1874. - 94p, colplate; 15cm. - Author of "Fanny Ashley," "Willie Rusell", "Temptation,"etc.

Braggadocio: a tale for boys and girls with illustrations. - London: George Routledge, 1853. - 190p, plates; 15cm.

Braine, Sheila E. To tell the king the sky is falling by Sheila E Braine. - London: Blackie & Sons, [1896?]. - xiii, 171p, plates: ills; 21. - Illustrator: Woodward, Alice Bolingbroke.

Braine, Sheila E. The little brown linnet by Sheila E Braine. - London: Thomas Nelson, 1904. - 127p, plate: ill; 18cm. - Illustrator: Bacon, John H. - Author of "Fifine and her friends,”

Bramston, Mary. The thorn fortress. A tale of the thirty years' war by M Bramston. - London: S P C K, [1879?]. - 128p, 1 plate; 18cm. - Author of "The snowball society", "Panelled house", etc.

The brave old Duke of York. - London: Sands, 1901. - 20p, illus (some col.). - Illustrator: Butler-Stoney, T.

Brazil, Angela. Bosom Friends: a seaside story by Angela Brazil. - London: Thomas Nelson, [1936?]. - 253p, 1 plate; 18cm.

Brazil, Angela. The Manor House School. - London; Blackie, 1921. - 256 p., 5 plates; illus (some c). - Illustrator: Dixon, Arthur A.

Brazil, Angela. Monitress Merle. - London: Blackie, 1922. - 256p: 6 plates. - Illustrator: Evans, Treyer.

Brazil, Angela. Monitress Merle by Angela Brazil. - London: Blackie and Son, [1922]. - 256p, 6 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Evans, Treyer. - Author of "A fortunate term" "The princess of the school" & tc.

Brazil, Angela. An exciting term. - London: Blackie, [1936?]. - 255p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Hiley, Francis E.

Brazil, Angela. An existing term by Angela Brazil. - London: Blackie & Son Ltd, [1936?]. - 255p, 1 plate; 19cm. - Illustrator: Hiley, Francis E. - Author of "Nesta's new school", "The school at the Turrets" etc.

Brazil, Angela. The manor house school by Angela Brazil. - London: Blackie and Son, [1930]. - 256p, 5 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Dixon, A.A. - Author of "The nicest girl in the school”, “The third class at..".

Brazil, Angela. The new girl at St. Chad's. A story of school life by Angela Brazil. - 288p, 6 plates; 19cm, 1912. - 288p, 6 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Campbell, John. - Author of "A fourth form friendship" &c. - 1st edit.

Brazil, Angela. The new girl at St. Chad's. A story of school life. - London: Blackie, 1912. - 288p; 6 plates. - Illustrator: Campbell, John F.

Brazil, Angela. A pair of schoolgirls: A story of school days by Angela Brazil. - London: Blackie and Son, [1912]. - 256p, 5 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Campbell, John. - Author of "The new girl at St Chad's" "A fourth form friendship".

Brazil, Angela. A pair of school girls. A story of school days. - London: Blackie, 1920. - 256p; 6 plates; illus (some col.). - Illustrator: Campbell, John F.

Brazil, Angela. The school by the sea. - London: Blackie, 1924. - 256p; 6 plates; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Campbell, John F.

Brazil, Angela. The school by the sea by Angela Brazil. - London: Blackie and Son, [1924]. - 256p,5 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Campbell, John. - Author of "The girls of St Cyprian's" "The leader of the .." &t.

Brazil, Angela. The third class at Miss Kaye's: a school story by Angela Brazil. - London: Blackie and Son, [1920]. - 256p, 4 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Dixon, Arthur A. - Author of "The fortunes of Philippa".

Brazil, Angela. The third class at Miss Kaye's. A school story. - London; Blackie, n.d. - 256p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Dixon, Arthur A.

Bremer, Frederika. Domestic life; or, The H- family / by Frederika Bremer. - London: T. Allman, 1849. - Miss Bremer's Tales. - MOON.

Bremer, Frederika. The bondmaid / by Frederika Bremer. - London: H.G. Clarke & Co, 1844. - Clarke's Cabinet Series. - MOON.

Brereton, F S. The dragon of Pekin: a tale of the Boxer revolt by F S Brereton. - London: Blackie and Son, [1912]. - 352p, 5 plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Rainey, William. - Author of "Tom Stapleton, the boy scout" "Indian and scout" &t.

Brereton, F.S. Indian and scout. A tale of the gold rush to California. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 368p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Cuneo, Cyrus Cincinnato.

Brereton, Frederick Sadlers. With Joffre at Verdun, a story of the Western front. - London: Blackie and Son, [1919]. - 288p, 8 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Webb, Archibald Bertram. - Author of "With French at the Front" "Under French command" &t.

Brereton, Frederick Sadlers. With our Russian allies by Captain F S Brereton. - London: Blackie and Son, 1916. - 376p, 9 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Paget, Walter Stanley ("Wal"). - Author of "On the field of Waterloo" "A sturdy young Canadian".

Brereton, Frederick Sadlers. The great aeroplane: a thrilling tale of adventure Captain F Brereton. - London: Blackie and Son, 1911. - 396p, 8 plates; 20cm. - Illustrator: Hodgson, Edward S. - Author of "Indian and scout" "A hero of Sedan" "John  ..."&t.

Brereton, Frederick Sadlers Captain. At grips with the Turk. A story of the Dardanelles campaign. - London: Blackie and Son, 1916. - 352p, 7 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Paget, Walter Stanley ("Wal"). - Author of "With our Russian allies" "Under French's command" &t.

Brereton, Frederick Sadlers Lt.-Colonel. How Canada was won: a tale of Wolfe and Quebec by Lt.-Colonel ... - London: Blackie and Son, [1910]. - 391p, 7 plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Rainey, William. - Author of "The great aeroplane" "Tom Stapleton, the boy scout"& t.

Brereton, Frederick Sadlers Lt.-Colonel. Indian and scout a tale of the rush to California by FS Brereton. - London: Blackie & Son, [1900]. - vi, 368p, 4 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Cuneo, Cyrus. - Author of "The great aeroplanes" "Roughriders of the Pampas" &t.

Brereton, Frederick Sadlers Lt.-Colonel. On the road to Bagdad by Lt.-Col F S Brereton. - London: Blackie & Son, [1910]. - 384p, 4 plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Paget, Walter Stanley ("Wal"). - Author of "Roger the bold" "The great airship" &t.

Brereton, Frederick Sadlers Lt.-Colonel. A sturdy young Canadian by Lt.-Colonel Frederick S Brereton. - London: Blackie & Son, [1910]. - 360p, 6 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Sheldon, Charles M. - Author of "Tom Stapleton, the boy scout" "The great aeroplane"& t.

Bridie, James. The perilous adventure of Sir Bingo Walker of Alpaga square. - London: Constable & Co, 1931. - 224p, plate: ills; 18cm. - Illustrator: Rumbold, Gilbert. - with numerous drawings by Gilbert Rumbold.

Brock, Frances Carey. "Almost persuaded." A tale of village life by Mrs Carey Brock. - London: Seely, Jackson, Halliday, 1865. - 107p, 1 plate; 15cm. - Author of "Children at home," etc. Fifth thousand.

Brockman, Janie. Worth doing. A home story. - London: Frederick Warne, 1878. - ix, 145p, illus. - Illustrator: Brockman, Janie.

Brockman, Janie. Worth doing. A home story by Janie Brockman. - London: Frederick Warne and Co, [1878]. - 145p, plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Brockman, Janie. - Author of "Seven o'clock.”

Brodie, Emily. Rough the terrier: his life and adventures by Emily Brodie. - London: John F Shaw and Co, [1879]. - 95p, plate: ills; 20cm. - Illustrator: Pym, T. - Author of "Jean Lindsay," "The Hamiltons,".

Bromfield, Mary E. Trots' letters to her doll by Mary E Bromfield. - London: T Nelson and Sons, 1875. - 138p, plate: ills; 19cm. - Author of "Daddy Dick," "The old gig," "the three photographs".

Brook, Nelsie. Come home, mother by Nelsie Brook. - London: S W Partridge & Co. - 64p, plates; 18cm.

Brooks, Noah. The boy emigrants. A tale of the American plains by Noah Brooks. - London: The Religious Book Soc, [1891]. - viii, 415p, plates: ills; 18cm. - Illustrator: Thirty illustrations. - Author of "Wrecked at home," "The boys of Fairport," etc.

Brooks, Thomas. Apples of gold for young men and women, and a crown of glory ... - London: W. Baynes, 1805. - 25th edition. - MOON.

Brother Bertie and his friends in the fields and flower-beds ... - London: Seely, Jackson, Halliday, 1868. - 294, plate: ills; 20cm. - Author of "Aunt Annie's stories," "Little animals," etc...

Brown, John Doctor. Rab and Marjorie by Dr John Brown. - New York & Boston: H M Caldwell, [1900]. - 118p, plate; 14cm.

Brown, John Doctor. The little book of children being the child stories by Dr J Brown. - London & Edinburgh: T N Foulis, [1923]. - xx; 57p; 8 plates; 18cm; illus. - Illustrator: Macgoun, H.C. Preston. - Illustrations from water-colour drawings by H C Preston Maggoun.

Browne, Frances. Granny's wonderful chair, and its tales of fairy times by F Brown. - London: Griffith and Farran, 1857. - vi, plates: ills; 18cm. - Illustrator: Meadows, Kenny.

Browne, Frances. Granny's wonderful chair and its tales of fairy times / F Browne. - London: Griffith Farran Browne, [1888]. - 192p, plates: ills; 20cm. - Illustrator: Lucas, Marie Seymour.

Browne, Frances. Granny's wonderful chair and its tales of fairy times / F Browne. - London: S W Partridge & Co, [1890]. - 202p, 6 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Roberts, K.M. - With 6 illustrations.

Browning, Robert. The Pied Piper of Hamelin. - London: Chiswick Press, 1880. - 11p; 8 plates, 28 x 40cm. - Illustrator: Cook, Jane E.

Bruce, Charles. Little Katie: a fairy story by Charles Bruce. - Edinburgh: Nimmo Hay & Mitchell, [1900]. - 98p, plate: ills; 17cm. - Author of the "Story of a moss rose," etc.

Bruce, Charles. A boy who would go down hill by Charles Bruce. - 1st edit. - Edinburgh: William P Nimmo, 1871. - 108, plate: ills; 15cm. - Author of the "Story of a moss rose" etc.

Bruce, Charles. The story of a moss rose: or, Ruth and the orphan family by C Bruce. - Edinburgh: Nimmo, Hay & .., [1900]. - iv, plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Williamson. - Author of "My beautiful home," etc. First published 1871.

Bruce, Dorita Fairlie. The best bat in the school by Dorita Fairlie Bruce. - London: Humphrey Milford, 1931. - 95p, 1 plate; 19cm. - Published by Oxford University Press.

Brun, Samuel Jacques. Tales of Languedoc. - San Francisco: William Doxey, 1896. - 240p, plates; 22cm. - Illustrator: Peixotto, Ernest C. - Introduction by Harriet W Preston.

Bryan, M.T. The children's Punch / by M.T. Bryan. - [s.l.]: Country Life, n.d. - 98p; illus. - Illustrator: Punch.

Buchan, John. The magic walking-stick by John Buchan. - London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1932. - 215p, 6 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Sale, Morton.

Buck, Ruth. Midsummer at hay-lodge by Ruth Buck. - 1st edit. - London: W and R Chambers, 1861. - 144p, plate; 15cm. - Illustrator: Dalziel. - Chambers Library for young people: second series.

Buckland, Anna J. Twelve links of the golden chain. - London; James Hogg, 1862. - 124p; 4 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel.

Buckland, Anna Jane. Twelve links of the golden chain by Anna Jane Buckland. - London: James Hogg & Sons, [1861]. - 124p, plate; 16cm.

Buckley, Arabella B. Birds of the air by Arabella B Buckley (Mrs Fisher). - London: Cassell and Company, 1902. - 79p, colplates: ills; 17cm. - Illustrator: Muckley, Louis Fairfax. - Cassell's "Eyes and no eyes" series: Book IV.

Buckley, Arabella B. By pond and river by Arabella B Buckley (Mrs Fisher). - London: Cassell and Company, 1901. - 48p: col ills; 18cm. - Illustrator: Muckley, Louis Fairfax. - Cassell's "Eyes and no eyes" series: Book II.

Buckley, Arabella B. Insect life by Arabella B Buckley (Mrs Fisher). - London: Cassell and Company, 1902. - 80p, col. plates: ills; 18cm. - Illustrator: Muckley, Louis Fairfax. - Cassell's "Eyes and no eyes" series: Book VI.

Buckley, Arabella B. Plant life in field and garden by Arabella Buckley (Mrs Fisher). - London: Cassell and Company, 1901. - 80p, col. plates: ills; 18cm. - Illustrator: Illustrations by Louis Fairfax Muckley. - Cassell's "Eyes and no eyes" series: Book III.

Buckley, Arabella B. Trees and shrubs by Arabella B Buckley (Mrs Fisher). - London: Cassell and Company, 1903. - 80p, col. plates: ills; 18cm. - Illustrator: Muckley, Louis Fairfax. - Cassell's "Eyes and no eyes" series: Book V.

Buckley, Arabella B. The fairy-land of science by Arabella B Buckley. - London: Edward Stanford, 1880. - viii, 244p, plate: ills; 19cm. - Author of "A short history of natural science", "Botanical  ..." etc.

Buckley, Arabella B. The fairy-land of science by Arabella B Buckley. - London: Edward Stanford, 1882. - viii, 244p, plates: ills; 19cm. - Author of “A short history of natural science" etc.

Buckley, Arabella B. The fairy-land of science by Arabella B Buckley. - 1st edit. - London: Edward Stanford, 1887. - viii, 244p, plate: ills; 19cm. - First published 1887.

Budden, Maria Elizabeth (Halsey)]. Always happy! or, Anecdotes of Felix and his sister Serena. - London: Grant & Griffith, 1847. - Written for her children, by a mother; 15th edition. - MOON.

Budden, Maria Elizabeth (Halsey)]. Claudine / by Maria Elizabeth Budden. - London: John Harris, 1825. - 4th edition; also 7th edition 1835. - MOON.

Budden, Maria Elizabeth (Halsey)]. Key to knowledge; or, Things in common use simply ...explained. - London: John Harris, [1828?]. - By a mother, author of "Always happy" & c.; 7th edition. - MOON.

Budden, Maria Elizabeth (Halsey)]. True stories, from ancient history: chronologically arranged. ... - London: Harris & Son, 1819. - 3 vols. - From the creation of the world to the death of Charlemagne. - MOON.

Budden, Maria Elizabeth (Halsey)]. True stories from modern history: chronologically arranged ... - London: Harris & Son, 1819. - from ... Charlemagne to ...Waterloo; by a mother. - MOON.

Budden, Maria Elizabeth (Halsey)]. True stories from English history: chronologically arranged ... - London: John Harris, [1828]. - from ... Romans ...to ... George III; 2nd edition, enlarged. - MOON.

Buffon, Georges Louis le Clerc, Comte de. Buffon's natural history modernized. - London: Frederick Warne & Co, 1869. - 252p, 32 col. plates. - Illustrator: Keyl, Frederick William (illustrator).

Bunbury, Selina. A visit to my birth-place by Selina Bunbury. - 8th edit. - London: George Routledge, 1856. - viii, plates; 15cm. - Author of "Glory, glory, glory", "Retrospections","Combe abbey," etc.

Bunner, H.C. " Short sixes". Stories to be read while the candle burns. - N.Y.: Puck, Keppler & Co, 1891. - 232p; illus. - Illustrator: Taylor, C.J.

Bunner, H.C. " Short sixes". Stories to be read while the candle burns. - N.Y.: Puck, Kepple .., 1891. - 232p; illus. - Illustrator: Griffin, S.B. and others.

Bunner, Henry Cuyler. " Short sixes": stories to be read while the candle burns. - New York: Puck Keppler, 1891. - 232p, plates: ills; 18cm. - Illustrator: Opper, F and others. - Author of "Airs from Arcady" "The midge" etc...

Bunyan John. The pilgrim's progress / by John Bunyan. - London: S.W. Partridge, n.d. - 416p; 47 illus. - Illustrator: Small, William and others. - 2 copies, 1 with 8 col. plates in addition. - MOON.

Bunyan, John. Divine emblems, or, Temporal things spiritualised, &c. - London: Bickers & Son, n.d. - MOON.

Bunyan, John. The Pilgrim's Progress. - London; Ward, Lock and Bowden, n.d. - Illustrator: Dalziel.

Bunyan, John. The pilgrim's progress / by John Bunyan. - London: Holloway, 1844. - xxvii; 90p; 22plates; 28x40cm. - Illustrator: Selous, Henry C.

Bunyan, John. The pilgrim's progress in words of one syllable by Mary Godolphin. - London: George Routledge, 1869. - v, 178p, col. plates; 17cm. - Illustrator: Kronheim. - In words of one syllable. - MOON.

Bunyan, John. The pilgrim's progress by John Bunyan. - London: S W Partridge and Co, [1880]. - 415p, col plates: ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Barnard, Frederick, Linton, J.D [et al.]. - With an introductory notice of the author by Rev William Landels.

Bunyan, John. The pilgrim's progress by John Bunyan with 47 illustrations ... - London: S W Partridge and Co, [1900]. - 415p, plates: ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Barnard, Frederick (and others). - An introductory notice of the author by Rev. William Landels.

Bunyan, John. The pilgrim's progress from this world to that which is to come. - London: Ward Lock & Bowden, [1900]. - xix, 304p, plates: ills; 23cm. - Illustrator: Dalziel, Thomas. - A new edition with a memoir of the author by H W Dulcken.

Bunyan, John. The pilgrim's progress from this world to that... by John Bunyan. - London: Religious Tract Soc, [1903]. - 320p, 31p of plates; 20cm. - Illustrator: Copping, Harold. - With 31 full-page illustrations from original drawings by ... - MOON.

Bunyan, John. The pilgrim's progress. - London: S.W. Partridge, n.d. - 416p, 47illus (x2, 1 w.8col pl). - Illustrator: Barnard, Frederick and others.

Bunyan, John. The pilgrim's progress. - London: S.W. Partridge, n.d. - 416p; 46 illus. - Illustrator: Linton, Sir James Drogmole and others.

Burch, Florence E. Billy, the acorn gatherer by Florence E Burch. - London: R T S, [1886]. - 79p, plate; 17cm. - Author of "How Tilly found a friend," etc.

Burch, Florence E. Dick and Harry and Tom or "for our reaping by-and-by" by F Burch. - London: Thomas Nelson, 1891. - 160p, plate; 19cm. - Author of "No royal road", "A little boy and girl; or how  ..." etc.

Burch, H E. Wind and wave a story of the siege of Leyden 1574 by H E Burch. - London: The Religious Tract Soc, [1890]. - 284p, plates; 21cm. - Author of "Dick Delver" "More than conqueror" etc.

Burden, Mrs. Short tales in short words / by Mrs Burden. - London: Thomas Dean & Son, n.d. - 6th edition; a fragment. - MOON.

Burnaby, C A. Harold's friends, or, The new rector of Brenthorpe / C Burnaby. - London: Religious Tract Soc, [1920]. - 186p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Whymper, Charles. - Author of "Our story," "Tom Larkins," etc.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. Little Saint Elizabeth, and other stories. - London: Frederick Warne, n.d. - 160, illus (x3). - Illustrator: Brennan, Alfred and others.

Burnett, Frances Eliza Hodgson. Esmeralda and other stories by Frances Eliza Hodgson Burnett. - London: Frederick Warne, [1920]. - 187p; 18cm. - Author of "A fair barbarian," "That Lass o'lowries," etc.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. Little Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett. - 6th edit. - London: Frederick Warne, 1887. - 269p, plates: ills; 22cm. - Illustrator: Birch, Reginald B. - Author of "That lass o'Lowrie," "Through one administration".

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. Little Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett. - 8th edit. - London: Frederick Warne, 1888. - 269p, plates: ills; 22cm. - Illustrator: Birch, Reginald B. - Author of "That lass o'Lowrie's”,"Through one administration,"...

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. Little Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett. - 13th ed. - London: Frederick Warne, 1888. - 269p, plates: ills; 22cm. - Illustrator: Birch, Reginald B. - Author of "That lass o' Lowrie," etc. First published 1886.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. Little Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett. - 10th ed. - London: Frederick Warne, 1888. - 269p, plates: ills; 22cm. - Illustrator: Birch, Reginald B. - Author of "That lass o' Lowrie's," "Trough one administration".

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. Little Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett. - London: Frederick Warne, 1893. - 269p, plates: ills; 20cm. - Illustrator: Birch, Reginald B. - Author of "That lass o' Lowrie's," "Through one administration".

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. Little Saint Elizabeth and other stories by Frances H Burnett. - London: Frederick Warne, 1890. - x,160p,plates; 21cm. - Illustrator: Birch, Reginald B and A Brennan ... - Author of "Little Lord Fauntleroy", "Sara Crewe", "Editha's .." etc.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. Little Saint Elizabeth and other stories by Frances H Burnett. - London: Frederick Warne, [1890]. - x, 160p, plates; 21cm. - Illustrator: Birch, Reginald B and A Brennan ... - Author of "Little Lord Fauntleroy" "Editha's burglar" etc.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. Nathalie and other stories by Frances Hodgson Burnett. - London: Frederick Warne, 1888. - 192p; 18cm. - Author of "That lass o' Lowrie's," "Theo" etc. First published 1879.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. That lass o'Lowrie by Frances Hodgson Burnett. - London: Ward, Lock & Co, [1920]. - 247p, plate; 20cm. - Illustrator: [Illustration by Gunning King]. - Author of "Little Lord Fauntleroy," etc.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. Two little pilgrims' progress. A story of the city beautiful. - London: Frederick Warne, 1895. - 215p; illus. - Illustrator: Macbeth, Robert Walker. - 2 copies.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. The land of the blue flower by Frances Hodgson Burnett. - 1st edit. - London: G P Putnam's Sons, 1912. - 62p; 19cm. - Author of "Little Lord Fauntleroy," etc.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. The land of the blue flower by Frances Hodgson Burnett. - London: Putnam, [1921]. - 62p; 17cm. - Fifth impression 1921.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. A little princess being the whole story of Sara Crew now told ... - London: Frederick Warne, 1905. - 302p, col. plates; 22cm. - Illustrator: Piffard, Harold. - First edition.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. The one I knew the best of all by Mrs Frances H Burnett. - London: Frederick Warne, [1890]. - 292p, plate: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Birch, Reginald B. - Author of "Little Lord Fauntleroy," "Sar Crewe," etc.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. The secret garden. - London: Heinemann, 1911. - viii, 306p, 8 plates: col. ill. - Illustrator: Robinson, Charles.

Burroughs, Dorothy. The strange adventures of Mary Jane Stubbs. - London: John Lane, 1933. - 125p, illus. - Illustrator: Burroughs, Dorothy.

Burrows, Mrs. Tiny stories for tiny readers in tiny words / by Mrs Burrows. - London: Griffith & Farran, 1866. - viii; 117p; 12 illus. - Illustrator: Weir, Harrison. - 3rd edition.

Burrows, Mrs. Trottie's story book, or, True tales in short words and large ... - London: Griffith & Farran, 1869. - iv; 124p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Weir, Harrison. - type.

Burrows, Mrs. Tuppy, or, The autobiography of a donkey / by Mrs Burrows. - London: Griffith, Farran & Co, n.d. - 159p; illus. - Illustrator: Weir, Harrison.

Butler, Maude M. The rightful daughter, or, The two lights of Fennlytton. - London: Jarrold & Sons, 1896. - vi, 276p, illus. - Illustrator: Butler, W.E.

Button. Button's natural history modernised. - London: Frederick Warne, 1869. - 252p; 32 col. plates. - Illustrator: Keyl, Fredrich Wilhelm. - Donated by Mr T.L. Sargent Dec 1998.


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C, M S [Mary S Claude]. Twilight thoughts by M S C author of "Little poems for little..”. - London: Chapman and Hall, 1852. - 102p, plate: 18cm. - First edition 1848.

C, M S [Mary S Claude]. Twilight thoughts by M S C author of "Little poems for little..”. - London: Chapman and Hall, 1852. - 102p, plate: 18cm. - First edition 1848.

Caldecott, R. First collection of pictures and songs / by Randolph Caldecott. - London: Warne, n.d. - illus.

Caldecott, Randolph. Randolph Caldecott's picture book. - London: Warne, n.d. - 89p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Caldecott, Randolph. Randolph Caldecott's picture book. - London: Routledge, n.d. - iv, various paging, illus. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Caldecott, Randolph. Randolph Caldecott's picture book (No.2) - London: Routledge, n.d. - iv; various paging, illus (some col. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Caldecott, Randolph. The babes in the wood. - London: G. Routledge & Sons, [1879?]. - One of Randolph Caldecott's Picture Books. - MOON 112.

Callwell, J.M. The little Irish girls. - London: Blackie, 1902. - 240p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Copping, Harold.

Campe, Joachim Heinrich. Columbus / translated from the German by Elizabeth Helme. - London: Cradock & Joy, 1811. - New edition. - MOON.

Canton, William. A child's book of warriors. - London: Dent, 1912. - x; 319p; illus. - Illustrator: Cole, Herbert.

Carew, Maud. Pegg's little squire. - London: S.P.C.K, [1889]. - 127p; illus. - Illustrator: Nash, Joseph, Jnr.

Carey, John. Learning better than house and land / by John Carey. - London: William Darton, [1824?]. - 4th edition. - MOON.

Carey, M.C. Flower legends / by M.C. Carey. - London: C. Arthur Pearson, 1929. - 122p; illus. - Illustrator: Whitehead, Christina.

Carlton, Grace. Sunshine and Moonshine. - London: Pilgrim Press, [1920]. - 313p; illus. - Illustrator: Meyerheim, Florence.

Carnac, M. Rivett. Fairies, elves and flower-babies / by M. Rivett Carnac. - London: Duckworth, 1899. - [iii]; 64p; illus. - Illustrator: Wallace-Dunlop, Marion. - 2 copies, 1 signed by the author.

Carove, Friedrich Wilheim. The story without an end / from the German by Sarah Austin. - London: William Darton, [1824?]. - 4th edition. - MOON.

Carove, Friedrich Wilheim. The story without an end / from the German by Sarah Austin. - London: William Harvey, 1834. - Also new and improved edition 1863. - MOON.

Carpenter, E. Tales of a Chinese grandmother / by E. Carpenter. -.

Carrington, E. Wild and tame / by E. Carrington. - London: George Bell, 1895. - Illustrator: Weir, Harrison.

Carroll, Lewis. Alice's adventures in Wonderland / by Lewis Carroll. - London: Macmillan, 1886. - [viii]; 192p; 42 illus. - Illustrator: Tenniel, Sir John.

Carroll, Lewis. Alice's adventures in Wonderland / by Lewis Carroll. - London: Macmillan, 1899. - 126p; 42 illus. - Illustrator: Tenniel, Sir John. - Macmillan's sixpenny series.

Carroll, Lewis. Alice's adventures in Wonderland / by Lewis Carroll. - London: Heinemann, [1909]. - xii; 162p; 13 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Rackham, Arthur. - No.416 of a limited edition of 1130 copies.

Carroll, Lewis. Alice's adventures in Wonderland. Told mostly in words of one. - London: Routledge, [1916?]. - 95p; 29 illus. - Illustrator: Maybank, Thomas. - One syllable books.

Carroll, Lewis. Alice's adventures in Wonderland. - [London]: Hodder & Stoughton, n.d. - vi; 180p; 11 plates; ill (some col. - Illustrator: Hudson, Gwynedd M. - For Boots.

Carroll, Lewis. Alice's adventures in Wonderland / by Lewis Carroll. - London: Ward, Locke & Co, n.d. - 332p; 48 col. illus. - Illustrator: Tarrant, Margaret W.

Carroll, Lewis. Sylvie and Bruno. - London: Macmillan, 1889. - xxiv; 400p; 46 illus. - Illustrator: Furniss, Harry. - 2 copies (the other dated 1910)

Carroll, Lewis. Through the looking-glass and what Alice found there. - London: Macmillan, 1882. - [viii]; 224p; 50 illus. - Illustrator: Tenniel, Sir John.

Carroll, Lewis. Through the looking-glass and what Alice found there. - London: Macmillan, 1898. - 122p; 50 illus. - Illustrator: Tenniel, Sir John.

Carroll, Lewis. Through the looking-glass and what Alice found there. - London: Macmillan, 1904. - 122p; 50 illus. - Illustrator: Tenniel, Sir John. - Macmillan's sixpenny series.

Carroll, Lewis. The hunting of the snark. An agony in eight fits. - London: Macmillan, 1876. - 83p; 9 illus. - Illustrator: Holiday, Henry James. - 2 other copies (dated 1876, 1924)

Cecily's birds. - London: S.P.C.K., n.d. - 256p; illus. - Illustrator: Dadd, Frank.

The celebrated history of the renowned Robin Hood. - Edinburgh: James Clarke & Co, 1820. - 1820-30; a chapbook. - MOON.

Celtic Fairy Tales. - London: David Nutt, 1892. - xvi, 267p 8 plates, illus. - Illustrator: Batten, John Dixon.

Cervantes, Miguel de. The wonderful adventures of Don Quixote. Part one. - London: Bks for the Bairns, n.d. - 60p; illus. - Illustrator: Le Fanu, Brinsley. - Books for the Bairns, 71.

Chadwick, W. Edward. Ethel Hadman. A story of self-discipline. - London: S.P.C.K., n.d. - 319p; illus. - Illustrator: Linsdell, Leonard.

Chanter, Gratiana. The witch of Withyford. A story of Exmoor. - London: Dent, 1896. - iv; 187p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Chanter, Gratiana.

Chapone, Hester (Mulso) Letters on the improvement of the mind. - London: J. Walter, C. Dilly, 1787. - New edition. - MOON.

Charles, Cecil. Friendship's gift / edited by Cecil Charles. - London: Thomas Hurst, [1836]. - MOON.

Charles. Bennett. The book of blockheads. - London: Samson, Low, son &co., 1863. - 54p; illus. - Illustrator: Bennett, Charles Henry.

Charlesworth, Maria Louisa. Ministering children. A tale dedicated to childhood. - London: Ward, Lock & Co, n.d. - 318p, plate. - Illustrator: Barstow, Montagu.

Charlesworth, Maria Louisa. Ministering children. A sequel by Maria Louisa Charlesworth. - London: Seeley, Jackson &., 1867. - 450p, plate; 19cm. - Illustrator: Watson, John Dawson. - First edition.

Charlesworth, Maria Louisa. Ministering children. - London: Ward, Lock & Co, [1890]. - 318p, plate; 20cm. - Illustrator: Barstow, Montagu.

Charlesworth, Maria Louisa. Ministering children. A tale dedicated to childhood. - London: Seeley and Co, 1894. - iv, 443p; 17cm. - Author of England's yeomen," etc.

Charlie Scott; or, there's time enough. - London: The Religious Tract Soc, [1900]. - 80p, plate: ills; 18cm.

Charlotte, Elizabeth. Judah's lion by Elizabeth Charlotte. - London: Seeley, Jackson and H, 1864. - viii, 375p, plates; 17cm.

Charter, John. Poems for our boys & girls by Rev. John Charter. - London: Jarrold & Sons, 1892. - vi, 182p; 19cm. - Middleton-in-Teesdale.

Chase, Beatrice. The voice of the river: a dartmoor story by Beatrice Chase. - London: George Routledge, 1903. - x, 205p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Wheeler, E.J. - Author of "Poems," etc.

Chatelain, Clara (De Pontigny) De. Pussy's road to ruin, or, Do as you are bid. - London: A. & S. Myers & Co, [1840?]. - 2nd edition; also 5th edition c.1848. - MOON.

Chester, Norley. Olga's dream. A nineteenth century fairy tale by Norley Chester. - London: Skeffington & Son, 1892. - x, 162p, plates: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Montagu, Irving and Furniss, Harry.

Chester, Norley. Olga's dream. A nineteenth century fairy tale. - London: Sheffington & Son, 1892. - x; 162p; illus. - Illustrator: Furniss, Harry and Montagu, Irving.

Chilcott, Clara. Lucy; or, The sad consequences of disobedience. - London: Longman, Orme, Brown, 1840. - 3rd edition. - MOON.

The child's companion. Vol. VII for 1829. - London: Religious Tract Soc, 1829. - MOON.

The child's companion and juvenile instructor. - London: The Religious Tract Soc, 1894. - iv, 140p, plates: ills; 23cm.

The child's own book of country pleasures. - London: Ward, Lock and Tyler. - viii, 307p, plates: ills; 19cm.

The child's own book. Illustrated with nearly three hundred engravings. - London: Thomas Tegg, 1839. - 6th edition. - MOON.

Childhood. - London: Warne, n.d. - [ca.50p]; illus (some col.) - 12page illus printed in colours with ornamental letter press.

The children of sunflower farm. - London: Frederick Warne, [1870]. - 83p, col.plates; 18cm.

The children of India written for the..by one of their friends. - London: The Religious Tract Soc, [1885]. - 174, plates; ills, map; 21cm.

Children's stories from Dickens re-told by Mary Angela Dickens. - London: Raphael Tuck & Sons. - 143p, col. plates: ills; 25cm. - Illustrator: Copping, Harold. - Re-told by His grand-daughter and others.

The chip boy; or, grand-papa's story about a plum-cake and other. - London: Cassell & Company, [1888]. - viii, 149p, plate: ills; 19cm. - Third edition.

The chip boy; or, Grandpapa's story about a plum-cake. And other. - London: Cassell & Company, [1890]. - viii, 149p, plate: ills; 19cm. - Fourth edition.

Chisholm, Loney. Stories for the seven-year-old / selected by Loney Chisholm. - London: T.C. & E.C. Jack, n.d. - 143p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Wright, Alan.

Chisholm, Louey. The enchanted land: tales told again by Louey Chisholm. - London: T C & E C Jack, 1906. - xv, 211p, col. plates; 24cm. - Illustrator: Cameron, Katherine.

Christmas entertainments (reproduction) - London: Field & Tuer. - Original box edition was dated 1740. - MOON.

The Christmas roses, and other tales. Chiefly translated from. - London: Joseph Cundall, 1845. - the German. - MOON.

Christophe. La famille Fenouillard by Christophe. - Paris: Armend Colin, 1895. - 262p: ills; 19cm. - Bibliotheque du Petit Francais.

Church, A J. Heroes of eastern romance by the Rev A J Church. - London: Seeley and Co, 1905. - viii, 309p, plates; 20cm. - Author of "Stories from Homer," etc.

Church, A J. Two thousand years ago or, the adventures of a Roman boy. - London: Blackie and Son, [1905]. - vi, 384p, plates; 20cm. - Author of "Stories from Homer", "Roman life in the days of Cicero".

Church, A.J. Heroes of eastern romance. - London: Seeley & Co, 1905. - viii; 309p; 9p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Clementson, F. and others.

Church, Rev Alfred J. A young Macedonian in the army of Alexander the Great. - London: Seeley & Co, 1890.

Cinderella. Cinderella; The history of Cinderella. - London: Hurst, Chance & Co, 1828. - A chapbook. - MOON.

Clark, Samuel]. Reuben Ramble's travels through the counties of England. - London: Darton & Clark, [1845?]. - MOON.

Clarke, Henry (Mrs) The Ravensworth scholarship. A high school story for girls. - London: Blackie, 1900. - 191p 3 plates. - Illustrator: Bacon, John H.

Clarke, Henry. The Ravensworth scholarship: a high school story for girls. - London: Blackie & Son, [1895]. - 191p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Bacon, John Henry. - Author of "The bushranger's secret:" etc.

Clarke, Benjamin. Barton Ferris: A tale of village life and work by B Clarke. - London: Sunday School Union, [1879]. - vii, 245p, plates: ills; 19cm. - Author of "Pounceford Hall”, "First heroes of the cross," etc.

Clarke, Charles Cowden. Tales from Chaucer in prose designed chiefly for the use of. - London: C Lockwood, 1870. - ix, 356p, plates; 17cm. - Second edition, carefully revised. First published 1833.

Clarke, Charles and Mary Cowden. Many happy returns of the day! A birth-day book. -1st edit. - London: C Lockwood & Co, 1860. - viii, 337p: ills; 18cm. - Illustrator: Dalziel Brothers.

Clarke, Francis L. Letters on picturesque and moral geography. - London: Charles Law, 1810. - MOON.

Clarke, J Erskine. Faith Cotterill and other tales selected and edited by J Clarke. - London: Wells Gardner, Darton… - 36p, plate: ills; 19cm.

Claude, Mary S]. Twilight thoughts / by Mary S. Claude. - London: Chapman & Hall, 1852. - MOON.

Claxton, William J]. A book of nature poetry collected and arranged / William J Claxton. - London: Blackie and Son, 1912. - ix, 128p, plates; 17cm. - Illustrator: [Illustrations from photographs].

Clay, Beatrice. Stories from King Arthur and his round table by Beatrice Clay. - London: J M Dent & Sons, [1900]. - 127p, col. plates: ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Curtis, Dora.

Clay, Beatrice. Stories from King Arthur and his round table. - London: Dent; N.Y.: Dutton, n.d. - 127p; 8plates; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Curtis, Dora.

Clever boys and other stories. - Edinburgh: W and R chambers, 1851. - 174p, plate; 15cm.

Clever boys of our time, and how they became famous men. - London: Darton and Co, [1860]. - viii, 280p, plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Stanesby, Sam. - 4th ed; Author of "Famous boys," and "Heroines of our time”.

Coates, W H. Dora Hamilton, or, sunshine and shadow / by Mrs W H Coates. - London: Religious Tract Soc, [1900]. - iv, 180p, plates: ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Whymper. - Author of "How little Bessie kept the wolf from the door," etc.

Coatsworth, E. Alice-all-by-herself / by E. Coatsworth. -.

Cobb, James F. Martin the skipper. A tale for boys and seafaring folk. - London: Wells Gardner, Darton, [1900]. - iv, 403p, plates; 20cm. - Author of "The watches on the longships," "Silent Jim," etc.

Cobb, James F. Silent Jim. A cornish story by James F Cobb. - London: S P C K, [1890]. - 304p, plates; 19cm.

Cobb, James F. Silent Jim. A cornish story by James F Cobb. - London: S P C K, [1890]. - 304p, plates; 19cm.

Cobb, James F. A tale of two brothers by James F Cobb. - London: S P C K, [1865]. - 200p, plates; 15cm.

Cobbin, Ingram. Elements of geography, on a new plan. - London: Westley & Davis, 1828. - MOON.

Cock Robin. The courtship, merry marriage, and pic-nic dinner. - London: John Harris, [1825?]. - of Cock Robin and Jenny Wren. - MOON.

Cock Robin. - London: J.T. Wood, [1840?]. - A chapbook; bound with others. - MOON.

Cock Robin; Poor Cock Robin. - London: Darton & Co, 1849. - MOON.

Cockle, Mary. The juvenile journal / by Mary Cockle. - London: C. Chapple, 1807. - MOON.

Code, M L. Lonely Lily; or, the shepherd's call by M L Code. - new edit. - London: John F Shaw, [1900]. - 60p, plate; 17cm. - Author of "Clairie's little charge;" "The happy land;".

Codrington, Florence I. Children in blue, and, what they do / by F.I. Codrington. - London: CofE Zenana Miss.Soc. 1901. - [xi]; 77p; illus. - Illustrator: Ruxton, Nancy. - Preface by the Rev. E.A. Stuart.

Coke, Desmond. The bending of a twig by Desmond Coke. - London: Oxford University Press, [1910]. - viii, 350p; 18cm.

Colevile, Harriet E. Life's anchor. A tale of the Days of Dr. Johnson and Hannah More. - London: Religious Tract Soc, 1900.

Collingwood, Harry. A chinese command: a story of adventure in Eastern seas. - London: Blackie & Son, [1910]. - 352p, 4plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Webb, Archibald Bertram. - Author of "The first mate" "Through veld and forest" etc.

Collingwood, Harry. A middy of the king: a romance of the old British Navy. - London: Blackie and Son, 1912. - 368p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Hodgson, Edward S. - Author of "The adventures of Dick Maitland" &tc.

Collingwood, Harry. A strange cruise: a tale of piracy on the high seas. - London: Blackie & Son, [1912]. - 296p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Webb, Archibald Bertram. - Author of "Two gallant sons of Devon", "A middy of the King" etc.

Collingwood, S.D. (ed) The Lewis Carroll picture book. - London: Collins, 1899. - 271p; illus. - Illustrator: Carroll, Lewis.

Collins, Mr. The chapter of kings / by Mr Collins. - London: J. Harris, [1843?]. - 1843 or later (but plates dated 1818); Another ed marked 1843. - MOON.

Columbus. Good afternoon children edited by Columbus. - 1st edit. - London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1920]. - 267p, plates: ills; 24cm. - Illustrator: Sale, Morten. - Wireless stories and plays from the children's hour.

Columbus. Good afternoon, children. Wireless stories and plays from. - London: Hodder & Stoughton, n.d. - 268p; 4 plates; ill (some col.) - Illustrator: Sale, Morton. - 1st edition; 2 copies.

Colvile, Harriet E. Life's anchor: a tale of the days of Dr Johnson and Hannah More. - London: The Religious Tract Soc, [1900]. - 255p, plates; 19cm. - Author of "Clipped wings," "My grandmother's album," etc.

Colville Miss, afterwards Mrs Paul. Herbert's holidays: a tale for children. - 1st edit. - London: J and C Mozley, 1860. - 180p, plate; 15cm. - Author of "Dorothy;" "De Cressy," &ct.

come lasses and lads. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 24p; illus (some col)(x2) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Comrie, Margaret S. Norman's good name by Margaret S Comrie. - London: Thomas Nelson, [1912]. - 208p, plate; 20cm.

Comrie, Margaret S. Over against her house by Margaret S Comrie. - London: The Religious Tract Soc, [1900]. - 288p, plates; 19cm. - Author of "the gold of that land" "The king's lightbearer" etc.

Comrie, Margaret S. Sir Josceline's hostage by M S Comrie. - London: John F Shaw, [1900]. - 307p, plate; 20cm. - Author of "the king's lightbearer," "Her next door neighbour,".

Cooke, Arthur O. Stories of France in days of old by Arthur O Cooke. - London: T C & E C Jack Ltd, [1933]. - ix, 146p, col.plates; 21cm. - Illustrator: [Illustrations by W Rainey].

Coolidge, Susan. What Katy did by Susan Coolidge. - London: Ward Lock & Co. - 219p, plate; 18cm. - Author of "The New Year's bargain," etc.

Coolidge, Susan. What Katy did at school by Susan Coolidge. - London: Frederick Warne, [1875]. - iv, 223p, plates; 17cm. - Illustrator: Dalziel Brothers. - First published in 1872.

Coombe, Florence. For the old school by Florence Coombe. - London: Blackie and Son, [1900]. - 208p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Hardy, Paul. - Author of "Boys of the Priory school" "Comrades all" etc.

Coombe, Florence. For the old school. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 208p; 3 plates. - Illustrator: Hardy, Paul.

Cooper, Fenimore. The deerslayer: a tale by Fenimore Cooper. - London: Macmillan and Co, 1923. - viii, 522p, plate: ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Brock, Henry Matthew.

Cooper, Fenimore. The pathfinder of the inland sea by Fenimore Cooper. - London: Macmillan and Co, 1914. - viii, 463p, plate: ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Brock, Charles Edmund.

Cooper, Fenimore J. Deerslayer or, the first war-path: a tale by J Fenimore Cooper. - London: Blackie & Son, [1850]. - 254p, plate; 19cm. - Author of: The last of the Mohicans, &c.

Cooper, Mrs. Tom by Mrs Cooper. - London: The Religious Tract Soc, [1890]. - 64p, col.plate; ills; 16cm. - Author of: Nearly in port, etc.

Coppard, A  E. Pink furniture: a tale for lovely children with noble natures. - London: Jonathan Cape, [1932]. - 251p: ills; 20cm. - Illustrator: Gurney, Nancy Bankart.

Coppard, A.E. Pink furniture. A tale for lovely children with noble natures. - London: Cape, [1930?]. - 251p; illus. - Illustrator: Gurney, Nancy Bankart.

Corbett, George Mrs. Little Miss Robinson Crusoe by Mrs George Corbett. - 2nd edit. - London: C Arthur Pearson, [1920]. - viii, 269p, plates: ills; 20cm. - Illustrator: Tebby, Arthur Kemp. - Author of "Adventures of princess daintipet", "The young stowaway".

Corkran, Alice. Down the snow stairs by Alice Corkran. - London: Blackie and Son. - 257p, plate: ills; 18cm. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick. - Author of "Mrs Wishing to-be" &tc.

Corkran, Alice. Meg's friend by Alice Corkran. - London: Blackie & Son. - vi, 288p, 6 plates; 20cm. - Illustrator: Fowler, Robert. - Author of "Margery Merton's girlhood;""Down the snow stairs;"etc.

Corkran, Alice. Meg's friend. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 288p; 6 plates. - Illustrator: Fowler, Robert.

Corner, Julia. Improvidence; a tale of reality: and A marriage like many. - London: Dean & Munday, 1842. - from real life. - MOON.

Corner, Julia]. Sketches of little girls../ by Solomon Lovechild. - London: Dean & Munday, [1840?]. - 3rd edition. - MOON.

Corner, Miss. Beauty and the beast: an entertainment for young people. - 3 ed. - London: Dean and Son, [1860]. - viii, 32p, plates: ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Crowquill, Alfred.

Corner, Miss. The history of Ireland: from the earliest period to the present. - London: Dean and Son, [1870]. - iv, 194p, plates: map; 17cm. - A new edition, enlarged and improved. Adapted for youth etc.

Cornwall, Nellie. Joyce's little maid by Nellie Cornwall. – London: The religious Tract Soc, [1900]. - 127p, plates; 19cm. - Author of "The hill of fire".

The cottage on the shore: or, little Gwen's story. - London: The Religious Tract Soc, [1900]. - 137p, plates: ills; 16cm.

Cottin, Marie (Risteau) Elizabeth; or, The exiles of Siberia. - Chiswick: C. Whittingham, 1822. - MOON.

Cotton, Nathaniel. Visions in verse / by Nathaniel Cotton. - London: R.& J. Dodsley, 1760. - 6th edition. - MOON.

Couch, Mabel Quiller. Cornwall's wonderland by Mabel Quiller Couch. - London: J M Dent & Sons, 1914. - 243p; 19cm.

Couch, Mabel Quiller. A waif and a welcome by Mabel Quiller Couch. - London: The Religious Tract Soc, [1910]. - 32p: ills; 23cm. - The Bouverie series No 24.

Courtenay, Annie E. Heartless Tammy by Annie E Courtenay. - London: Sunday School Union. - 128p, plate: ills; 17cm. - Illustrator: Dewar, William Jesmond.

Cousens, Upcher. Tales for the young: Spring buds, summer..by Mrs Upcher Cousens. - London: Dean and Son. - 93p, plate; 16cm. - Author of "Sundays with Mamma," "Pleasant Sundays," etc.

Cousin Honeycomb's pleasing and popular rhymes for the nursery. - London: Dean & Son, [1855?]. - MOON.

Cowden Clarke, Charles and Mary. Many happy returns of the day! -London; C. Lockwood & Co., 1860. - viii, 337p; illus. - Illustrator: the Brothers Dalziel.

Cowper, E E. The mystery term by E E Cowper. - London: Blackie & Son, [1923]. - 255p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Brock, Richard Henry. - Author of "Pam and the countess" "The white witch of Rosel".

Cowper, William. John Gilpin; The history of John Gilpin. - London: Hurst, Chance & Co, 1829. - A chapbook. - MOON.

Cowper, William. John Gilpin / set to music by W.A. Nield. - London: Alan Bell & Co, 1836. - 48p; illus. - Illustrator: Cruikshank. - New edition. - MOON.

Cowper, William. The diverting history of John Gilpin. - London: Routledge & Sons, 1878. - Illustrator: Caldecott, R. - One of R. Caldecott's Picture Books. - MOON.

Cowper, William. The diverting history of John Gilpin. - London: Dean & Son, n.d. - 14p: illus some col. - Illustrator: Forrest, Archibald Stevenson. - MOON.

Cowper, William. The diverting history of John Gilpin shewing how he went farther. - London: Hurst, Chance & Co, n.d. - Illustrator: Fitz-Cook, H. - than he intended and came safe home again. - MOON.

The cowslip, or, More cautionary stories in verse. - Birmingham: Cornish Brothers, 1900. - 67p; 30 illus. - Illustrator: Williams, Samuel.

Coxhead, Ethel. Birds and babies by Ethel Coxhead. - 2nd edit. - London: Kegan Paul, Trench, 1883. - viii, 90p: ills; 18cm.

Coybee, Eden. The sooty man by Eden Coybee. - London: Grant Richards, 1903. - 128p, plates; 13cm. - Illustrator: Mackinnon, Esther B.

Craik, Mrs. A hero. Philip's book by the author of "Olive," "John Halifax,". - London: G Routledge & Co, 1857. - viii, 173p, plates; 16cm. - Illustrator: Godwin, James.

Craik, Mrs (Dinah Maria Mulock) John Halifax, gentleman / by Mrs Craik. - London: Nelson, n.d. - vi; 537p; 17 plates; ills. - Illustrator: Trotter, A.M.

Crake A D. Alfgar the Dane or the second chronicle of aescendune: a tale. - London: Longmans, Green, 1925. - xii, 242p; 19cm. - New impression.

Crake, A D. Alfgar the Dane or the second chronicle of Aescendune. - London: Longmans, Green, 1925. - xii, 242p; 19cm. - A tale of the days of Edmund Ironside.

Crake, A D. Edwy the fair or the first chronicle of Aescendune: a tale. - London: Longmans, Green, 1930. - xv, 245p; 19cm. - New impression.

Crake, A D. The last abbot of Glastonbury: a tale of the dissolution of the. - London: A R Mowbray, [1932]. - xvi, 250p,9 plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Gray, G.E.Kruger.

Crake, A.D. The last abbot of Glastonbury: a tale of the dissolution. - London: Mowbray, 1910. - xvi, 250p, 9 plates: ill. - Illustrator: Gray, G.E.

Crane, Lucy (translator from German) Household stories from the collection of the Brothers Grimm. - London: Macmillan, 1882. - x; 269p; illus. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Cresswell, Beatrice F. The royal progress of King Pepito. - London: S.P.C.K., n.d. - 48p; col illus. - Illustrator: Greenaway, Kate. - Illustrations engraved and printed by Edmund Evans.

Cresswell, Margaret R. Spanish fables by Cayetano Fernandez translated by M R Creswell. - London: J T Hayes, [1920]. - xii, 185p; 16cm.

Cries of London] (Presumed title) - London: Darton & Son, [1830?]. - MOON.

Crockett, S.R. Sweetheart travellers. - 4th ed. - London: Wells, Gardner & Co, 1901. - xvi, 310p: ill. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator, w.

Crockett, S.R. Sweetheart travellers. - London: Gardner, Darton & Co, 1901. - xvi; 310p; illus. - Illustrator: Groome, William H.C. and Browne, Gordon. - 4th ed.

Crockett, Samuel Rutherford. Red cap tales stolen from the treasure chest of.. of the North. - London: Adam and Charles Black, 1904. - xii, 413p,col. plates; 21cm. - Illustrator: Vedder, Simon Harmon. - [Stories from Sir Walter Scott's work, retold by S R Crockett].

Crockett, Samuel Rutherford. Sweetheart travellers: a child's.men by S R Crockett.-4th edit. - London: Wells, Gardner, Darton, 1901. - xv, 310p, plates: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Browne, G and others. - Author of "The stickit minister" "The raiders" etc.

Crockett, Samuel Rutherford. The surprising adventures of Sir Toady Lion with those of General. - London: Gardner Darton, 1897. - xiv, 379p, plates: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick. - Author of "Sweetheart travellers," "The raiders," &tc.

Cumming, Mrs. The lamplighter;or, an orphan girl's struggles. by Miss Cumming. - London: Ward, Lock & Co, [1900]. - 378p, plates; 20cm.

A curious hieroglyphick bible. - [s.l.]: [s.n.], 1800. - Imperfect, lacks title page and other leaves; watermark 1800. - MOON.

Currey, Hamilton E. Ian Hardy fighting the moors by Commander E Hamilton Currey. - London: Seeley, Service & Co, 1928. - 320p, col. plates; 19cm. - Author of "Ian Hardy, naval cadet," "Ian Hardy, midshipman,".


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D'Aulnoy, Madame. The Fairy tales of Madame D'Aulnoy, newly done into English. - London: Lawrence and Bullen, 1892. - xxi, 535p: ills: 22cm. - Illustrator: Peters, Clinton. - Introduction by A T Ritchie. Trans by Miss A Macdonell & Miss Lee.

D'Oxley Howe, Harriet. The life of a schoolgirl; or, Clara Eversham. - London: Darling, 1851. - 192p, 4 plates. - Illustrator: Ashley, Alfred, illus with etchings on s.

D, E A B. Gran by E A B D author of "Us three". - London: James Nisbet & Co, [1900]. - 200p, plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Giberue. - First edition 1886.

The daisy, or, More cautionary stories in verse. - Birmingham: Cornish Brothers, 1900. - 66p; 30 illus. - Illustrator: Williams, Samuel.

Dalziel. Goody two shoes. The leaden soldier. - London; Routledge, n.d. - 225-256p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel, illus. engraved by.

Dame Trot and her cat. - London: J. Harris, 1806. - Lacks original covers. - MOON.

Dame Trot. A continuation of the adventures of old Dame Trot. - London: J. Harris, 1806. - Lacks original covers and 4 leaves. - MOON.

Darton's Sunday pleasure book. Second series. - London: Wells Gardner, Darton, 1902. - (281p), plate: ills; 22cm.

Darton, Frederick Joseph Harvey. A wonder book of old romance by Frederick Joseph Harvey Darton. - London: Wells Gardner Darton, 1907. - xxiii, 424p, plate: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Walker, Arthur George (sculptor)

Darton, Frederick Joseph Harvey. A wonder book of beasts edited by F J Harvey Darton. - London: Wells Gardner, Darton, 1914. - xviii, 402p, plates: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Clayton, Margaret.

Darton, Harvey F J. Old English stories from "A wonder book of old romance". - London: Wells Gardner, Darton, [1919]. - vi, 122p, plates; 16cm. - Illustrator: Walker, Arthur George (sculptor) - 2nd edition.

Davenport, Emma. The happy holidays; or, brothers and sisters at home by E Davenport. - London: Griffith and Farran, 1865. - iv, 210p, plate; 18cm. - Illustrator: [Illustrations by W Thomas]. - Author of "Our birthdays," "Live toys," "Fickle Flora,".

Davenport, Emma. The happy holidays, or, Brothers and sisters at home. - London: Griffith & Farran, 1865. - iv; 210p; plate. - Illustrator: Gilbert, Frederick.

Davidson, Florence A G. The romance of children's games by Florence A G Davidson. -. - 24p; 27cm. - Typewritten.

Davidson, Harriet Miller. Christian Osborne's friends by Mrs Harriet Miller Davidson. - Edinburgh: W Nimmo, Hay, Mitchell, 1885. - iv, 316p, plates; 19cm. - Author of "Isobel Jardine's history".

Davidson, Lillias Campbell. Those Berkeley girls by Lillias Campbell Davidson. - London: S W Partridge, [1900]. - 343p, plates; 20cm. - Author of "The home of his fathers," "Into a far country" etc.

Davies, G Christopher. Wildcat tower; or, the adventures of four boys in pursuit of. - London: Frederick Warne, [1877]. - xii, 322p, plate: ills; 20cm. - Author of "The swan and her crew," "Angling idylls," etc.

Davies, Harry. Through surging waters by Harry Davies. - London: S W Partridge, [1900]. - vii, 331p,8 plates: 20cm.

Davis, Ellen Louisa. Yoked together: a tale of three sisters by Ellen Louisa Davis. - London: J Nisbet & Co, [1889]. - x, 349p, plate; 19cm. - Author of "A boy's will".

Day, Thomas. The history of Sandford and Merton by T Day. - New and revised edit. - London: Ward, Lock and Tyler, [1873]. - 286p, plates; 17cm. - First edition 1783-9 B M cat.

Day, Thomas. The history of Sandford and Merton: a book for the young by T Day. - London: T Nelson and Sons, 1887. - 429p, plates; 18cm.

Day, Thomas. The history of Sandford and Merton. A book for the young. - London: Nelson, 1887. - 429p; illus. - Illustrator: Foster, Birket and others.

Days of old:three stories from old English history for the young. - Cambridge: Macmillan and Co, 1859. - 253p, plate; 18cm. - By the author of "Ruth and her friends".

De Chatelain. Henrietta and the ayah: or do not trust to appearances. - London: George Routledge, [1850]. - 124p, plate; 17cm. - Other story: My little school fellow; or one good turn..

De Chatelain. Merry tales for little folk edited by Madame de Chatelain. - London: Cundall & Addey, 1851. - 452p: ills; 15cm.

De La Mare, Walter. Peacock pie: a book of rhymes with embellishments / Lovat Fraser. - London: Constable & Company, 1924. - ix, 127p, col. plates; 25cm. - First edition 1913.

De La Mare, Walter. The lord fish by Walter De La Mare. - London: Faber & Faber, 1937. - 289p, 4plates; 20cm. - Illustrator: Whistler, Rex. - Two copies.

De La Mare, Walter and others. Number four Joy street: A medley of prose & verse for boys. - Oxford: Basil Blackwell, [1930]. - xi, 228p,col.plates: ills; 25cm.

De Segur, Mme La Comtesse. Memoires d'un ane. - Paris: Hachette, 1867. - 380p; illus. - Illustrator: Castelli, Horace.

De Segur, Mme La Comtesse. Quel amour d'enfant. - London: Hachette, 1898. - 390p, illus. - Illustrator: Bayard, E.

Dean's new book of dissolving scenes. - London: Dean & Son, n.d. - [6]p ; col. moveable images. - Picture book.

Defoe, Daniel. Life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe. - London: John F Shaw & Co. - 384p, plates; 20cm. - Illustrator: Butler, H.F.

Defoe, Daniel. Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe. - London: Associated Newspapers, [1900]. - 316p, col. plates; 20cm. - Illustrator: Abbott, Eleanor Plaisted.

Defoe, Daniel. The life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe with an introduction. - London: Frederick Warne, [1900]. - xv, 389p, col. plates: ills; 20cm.

Defoe, Daniel. The life and strange surprising adventures of Robinson Crusoe of. - London: Cassell & Company. - xiii, 392p, plate: ills; 24cm.

Defoe, Daniel. The life and strange surprizing adventures of Robinson Crusoe. - London: Thomas Nelson, [1890]. - vi, 654p: ills; 20cm. - Illustrator: Halswelle, Keeley. - With an introductory memoir of Daniel Defoe, a memoir of..

de Neuteuil. Captain. - London: Routledge, 1890. - xii; 386p; 76 illus. - Illustrator: Myrbach. - Translated by Laura Ensor.

de la Mare, Walter. Peacock Pie. A book of rhymes. - London: Constable, 1924. - x; 128p; 16 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Fraser, Claud Lovat. - With embellishments by C. Lovat Fraser.

de la Mare, Walter. This year, next year / by Walter de la Mare. - London: Faber, 1937. - [ca100p]; col. illus. - Illustrator: Jones, Harold.

de la Mare, Walter. The lord fish / by Walter de la Mare. - London: Faber, n.d. - 291p; 4 plates; ills. - Illustrator: Whistler, Rex. - 2 copies.

de Neuteuil. Captain. - London: Routledge, 1890. - xii; 386p; 76 illus. - Illustrator: Myrbach. - Translated by Laura Ensor.

Dennison, Dorothy. Winning the colours: further talks with schoolgirls by D Dennison. - London: C S S M, [1932]. - 158p; 19cm. - Author of "Playing the game." "Rumours in the fourth form" etc.

Dickens, Charles. Child's history of England by Charles Dickens. Volume I. - London: Bradbury & Evans, 1854. - xi, 210p, plate; 16cm. - Illustrator: Topham, F.W. - England from the ancient times, to the death of King John.

Dickens, Charles. Child's history of England by Charles Dickens. Volume II. - London: Bradbury & Evans, 1855. - viii, 214p, plate; 16cm. - Illustrator: Topham, F.W. - England from the reign of Henry the third to the reign of..

Dickens, Charles. A Christmas carol in prose by Charles Dickens. - London: R T S, [1920]. - xvi, 170p,col. plates: ills; 22cm. - Illustrator: Copping, Harold.

Dickens, Charles. Little Nell and David Copperfield retold for children/A Jackson. - London: T C & E C Jack, [1909]. - 157p, col. plates; 21cm. - Illustrator: Blaikie, F.M.B.

Dickens, Charles. Little Nell / retold for children by Alice F Jackson. - London: T C & E C Jack, [1909]. - 183p, col. plates; 21cm. - Illustrator: Blaikie, F.M.B. - The Children's Dickens.

Dickens, Charles. A child's dream of a star / by Charles Dickens. - New York: Frederick A Stokes, [1894]. - plates: ills; 14cm. - Illustrator: Tucker, Elizabeth S.

Dickens, Charles. A child's history of England by Charles Dickens. Volume III. - London: Bradbury & Evans, 1854. - viii, 321p, plate; 16cm. - Illustrator: Topham, F.W. - England from the reign of Henry the 7th to revolution of 1688.

Dickens, Charles. A child's history of England by Charles Dickens. - London; Chapman & Hall, 1893. - x, 303p, plates; 20cm. - Illustrator: Stone, Marcus. - First edition in 1892.

Dickens, Charles. A child's history of England by Charles Dickens. - London: T Nelson and Sons, [1908]. - 416p, plate; 16cm.

Dickens, Charles. A child's history of England by Charles Dickens. - London: Chapman and Hall, n.d. - vii, 190p, plate: ills; 26cm. - Illustrator: Ralston, J. McL.

Dickens, Charles. The cricket on the hearth: fairy tale of home by Charles Dickens. - London: Bradbury and Evans, 1846. - 174p, plates: ills; 17cm. - Illustrator: Doyle, R and J. Leech et al.

Dickens, Charles. The cricket on the hearth. A fairy tale of home. - London: Bradbury & Evan, 1846. - [v]; 174p; illus. - Illustrator: Landseer, Edward and others.

Dickens, Charles. The cricket on the hearth. A fairy tale of home. - London: Bradbury & Evans, 1846. - [v]; 174p; illus. - Illustrator: Maclise, D and others.

Dickens, Charles. The cricket on the hearth. A fairy tale of the home / by C. Dickens. - London: Bradbury and Evans, 1846. - [v]; 174p; illus. - Illustrator: Stanfield, C and others.

Dickens, Charles retold by Jackson, Alice. Little Nell and David Copperfield. - London: T .C & E.C Jack, n.d. - 2v.157p, 8 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Blaikie, F.M.B.

Dickens, Charles retold by Jackson, Alice. Little Nell and David Copperfield. - London: T .C & E.C Jack, n.d. - 2v.183p.8plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Blaikie, F.M.B.

Dickens, Mary Angela & others. Children's stories from Dickens. Retold by his grand-daughter. - London: Tuck, n.d. - 143p; illus (some col) - Illustrator: Copping, Harold.

Dickson, George S. A nursery geography. - London: T.C. & E.C. Jack, n.d. - viii; 256p; 20 plates; col. ill. - Illustrator: Morrow, George.

The directing history of John Gilpin. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, n.d. - [22] leaves; plate. - Illustrator: Whymper, J.C (engraved by)

Illustrated ditties of the olden time. - London: Henry G Bohn, [1870]. - 56p: ills; 20cm.

The diverting history of John Gilpin. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 31p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

The diverting history of John Gilpin. - London: Longmans, n.d. - 22 leaves; plate. - Illustrator: Fitzcook, H.

Dixon, E (edited and arranged by) More fairy tales from the Arabian nights. - London: Dent, 1895. - iv, 256p, 5 plates, illus. - Illustrator: Batten, John Dixon. - MOON 164.

Dobson, Austin. Honour not honours / by Mrs Austin Dobson. - London: Religious Tract Soc, [1900]. - 156p, plate; 19cm. - Illustrator: Whymper. - Author of "Cherryburn".

Doudney, Sarah. Archie's old desk by Sarah Doudney. - London: Sunday School Union, 1874. - 117p, plates: ills; 17cm. - Author of "Faith Harrowby," "Under gray walls,".

Doudney, Sarah. Michaelmas daisy: a young girl’s story by Sarah Doudney. - London: Griffith & Farran, [1895]. - viii, 304, plates; 20cm. - Author of "Strangers vet".

Doudney, Sarah. Prudence Winterburn by Sarah Doudney. - London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1893. - viii, 319p, 8 plates; 19cm. - Author of "A long lane with a turning," "Nelly Channel,".  

Douglas Wiggin, Kate. Penelope's experiences in Scotland, being extracts from the. - London: Gay and Hancock, 1921. - 301p, illus (x2) - Illustrator: Brock, Charles Edmund.

Douglas, M. With Stanley on the Congo by M Douglas. - London: Thomas Nelson, [1910]. - 215p, plates; 20cm. - Illustrator: [Illustrations by George Soper].

Doyle, Richard. In fairyland. A series of pictures from the elf-world. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1875. - 31p: 16 col. plates. - Illustrator: Doyle, Richard. - Engraved by Edmund Evans. Poem by W. Allingham.

Drinkwater, John. All about me: poems for a child by John Drinkwater. - London: Collins, 1928. - 104p: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Brock, H.M.

Drummond, Henry. The monkey that would not kill: stories by Henry Drummond. - London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1898. - xvi, 115p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Wain, Louis. - Two copies.

Dulcken, H.W. Good old stories and fairy tales, told for the 100th time. - London; Ward, Lock &Tyler, n.d. - 192p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Dalziel.

Dulcken, H.W. The old favourite fairy tales, told for the hundredth time. - London: Ward, Locke & Co, n.d. - [iii]; 427p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: McConnell, William and others.

Dulcken, H.W. The old favourite fairy tales, told for the hundredth time. - London: Ward, Locke and Co, n.d. - [iii]; 427p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Pasquier, J. Abbott and others.

Dulcken, H.W. The old favourite fairy tales, told for the hundredth time. - London: Ward, Locke & Co, n.d. - [iii]; 427p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Weir, Harrison and others. - of one syllable.

Dulcken, H.W. The old favourite fairy tales, told for the hundredth time. - London: Ward, Lock & Co, n.d. - iii; 427p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Absolon, John and others (illustrators)

Dulcken, H.W. The old favourite fairy tales, told for the hundredth time. - London: Ward, Lock & Co, n.d. - iii, 427p, illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Browne, Hablot Knight 'Phiz' and others.

Dulcken, H.W. The old favourite fairy tales, told for the hundredth time. - London: Ward, Lock & Co, n.d. - iii; 427p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Harvey, William and others. - Engraved by the brothers Dalziel.

Dulcken, Henry William. Good old stories and fairy tales told for the hundredth time. - London: Ward Lock and Tyler, [1870]. - 192p, col. plates: ills; 18cm. - Illustrator: Dalziel, (brothers) engravers. - First edition 1869.

Dulcken, Henry William. The old favourite fairy tales: told for the hundredth by H W Dulcken. - London: Ward Lock & Co, [1880]. - 427p, col. plates: ills; 22cm. - Illustrator: Browne, Habot K and others. - Frontis. by T.B. Dalziel.

Dunning, J Thomson. The two pools: a romance for children by J Thomson Dunning.-1st edi. - London: T Fisher Unwin, 1899. - 151p, plates; 20cm. - Illustrator: Dunning, J. Thomson.


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Eady, K M and Eady R. Riverton boys: a story of two schools by K M Eady and R Eady. - London: Thomas Nelson, [1910]. - 228p, col. plates; 20cm. - Authors of "Boys of Huntingley".

Early England: from the earliest times to 1154 descriptive. - London: George Gill, [1882]. - 192p, plate: map, ills; 17cm. - Gill's School Series: historical reader no II.

Eastwood, Helen J. little ruby's curl, or, Tom Foster the railway porter. - London: The Religious Tract Soc, [1882]. - 96p, plate: ills; 19cm.

Edgar, J G. Cressy and Poictiers or the story of the black Prince's page. - London: Ward, Lock and Co, [1910]. - viii, 383p, plates: ills; 23cm. - Illustrator: Chase, Powell and others. - Author of "How: won my spurs" etc. 1st edition 1865.

Edgar, J G. The wars of the roses; stories of the struggle of York. - 1st edit. - London: W Kent & Co, 1859. - xiv, 432p, plates; 18cm. - Author of "The boyhood of great men;" "Boy princes" etc.

Edgar, J.G. Cressy and Poicieus, or, The story of the Black Prince's page. - London: Ward, Lock & Co, n.d. - viii; 383p; illus. - Illustrator: Chase, Powell.

Edgar, John G. Cavaliers and roundheads or stories of the great civil war. - London: Frederick Warne, [1910]. - xi, 396p, plate; 20cm. - Author of "The wars of the roses," "Sea kings and naval heroes".

Edgeworth, Maria. Early lessons by Maria Edgeworth including the stories. - London: George Routledge, [1900]. - 427p, col. plate; 19cm.

Edgeworth, Maria. Early lessons: Rosamond-Frank-Harry and Lucy by Maria Edgeworth. - London: George Routledge, [1900]. - 185, 188, 180p, plates: ills; 20cm. - Illustrator: Fraser, F.A. - First edition 1809.

Edgeworth, Maria. Frank: a tale by Maria Edgeworth. - London: George Routledge, [1887]. - 188p, plate: ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Fraser, F.A. - Author of "Rosamond," "Harry and Lucy" etc.

Edgeworth, Maria. Lazy Lawrence, and other stories. - London: Watergate Classics, 1948. - 180p; illus. - Illustrator: Hammond, Christine M. Demain. - 'Chris' Hammond.

Edgeworth, Maria. Popular tales by Maria Edgeworth. - London: G Routledge, 1857. - vi, 413p; 17cm. - Author of "The parents' assistant," etc.

Edgeworth, Maria. The parent's assistant or stories for children by Maria Edgeworth. - London: Macmillan and Co, 1907. - xix, 465p, plate; ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Hammond, Chris. - With an introduction by Anne Thackeray Ritchie.

Edgeworth, Maria. The parent's assistant, or, stories for children. - London: Macmillan, 1907. - xx; 465p; illus. - Illustrator: Hammond, Christine M. Demain. - 'Chris' Hammond. Intro by Anne Thackeray Ritchie.

Edgeworth, Maria. The parent's assistant, or, Stories for children. - London: Routledge, n.d. - viii, 472p, illus. - Illustrator: Browne, Hablot Knight 'Phiz'.

Edgeworth, Maria. The parents' assistant by Maria Edgeworth. - ? [1875]. - vi, 472p, plates; 18cm.

Edgeworth, Maria. Lazy Lawrence and other stories by Maria Edgeworth. - London: Watergate Classics, [1948]. - 180p, plate: ills; 18cm. - Illustrator: Hammond, Chris.

Edgworth, Maria. Early Lessons. - London: Routledge, n.d. - [various paging]; 72 ill (3col) - Illustrator: Fraser, F.A.

Edgworth, Maria. Frank. A tale. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 188p; 24 illus. - Illustrator: Fraser, F.A.

Effie Maurice; or, what do I love best?. - Edinburgh: Gall & Inglis, [1865]. - 112p, col. plate; 16cm.

Aunt Effie's rhymes for little children. - London: G Routledge & Co, 1858. - 64p: ills; 18cm. - Illustrator: Browne, Hablot Knight.

Egan, Pierce. Robin Hood and little John; or, the merry men of Sherwood forest. - London: W S Johnson, 1850. - 280p, plates: ills; 27cm. - [The author's own edition].

Elliot, J.W, set to original music by. National nursery rhymes and nursery songs. - London; Norello, Ewer &co., n.d. - 111p; illus. - Illustrator: The Brothers Dalziel, illus. engraved by.

Elliott, J.W. National nursery rhymes and nursery songs. - London: Norello, Ewen & Co, n.d. - 111p; illus. - Illustrator: Houghton, A and Hughes, A and others.

Elliott, J.W. National nursery rhymes and nursery songs. - London: Norello, Ewer & Co, n.d. - 111p; illus. - Illustrator: Zwecker, Johann Baptist and others. - Set to original music by J.W. Elliott.

Ellis, F.S.(into English verse by) The history of Reynard the fox. - London: David Nutt, 1897. - xii; 290p; illus. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Elrington, H. In the days of Prince Hal or, the little forester by H. Elrington. - London: Blackie and Son, [1905]. - 175p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Garratt, Arthur. - Author of "The adventures of Roly". 1st published 1901.

Elrington, H. In the days of Prince Hal, or, The little forester. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 175p; illus. - Illustrator: Garratt, Arthur Paine.

Elwes, Alfred. Perils afloat and brigands ashore by Alfred Elwes. - London: Cassell & Co, 1886. - 288p, 8 plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick. - Author of "Paul Blake," "Swift and sure," etc.

Elwes, Alfred. The adventures of a bear, and a great bear too / by Alfred Elwes. - London: Routledge & Co, 1857. - 60p, 8col.plates; 21cm. - Illustrator: Weir, Harrison. - Author of "The adventures of a cat," "The adventures of a dog,".

Engelbach Alfred H. Juanita: a peninsular story for young people by A H Engelbach. - London: S P C K, [1890]. - 240p, plate; 17cm. - Author of "The wreck of the osprey," "Victor Leczinski,".. etc.

Engelbach, Alfred H. The wreck of the osprey. A story for boys by Alfred H Engelbach. - London: S P C K, [1890]. - 168p, plates; 17cm. - Author of "Duvno and Tochana," "Tom Barton's trial and.." etc.

Escamez, J Munoz. Fairy tales from Spain by J Munoz Escamez. - London: J M Dent & Sons, [1900]. - 126p, col. plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Matthews, William. - [Tales for children from many lands edited by F C Tilney].

Eunice by the author of "The Bairns," "Christie Redfern,". - London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1887. - vii, 312p, 8 plates; 19cm. - Author of "Federica," "Twa Miss Dawsons," etc.

Eva's victory. - London: S P C K, [1900]. - 120p, plates; 15cm.

Evans, C.S. Cinderella / retold by C.S. Evans. - London: Heinemann, 1919. - 110p; plate; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Rackham, Arthur.

Everett-Green, E. In cloister and court: or, the white flower of a blameless life. - London: Shaw, n.d. - New ed. - The story of Bishop Ken.

Everett-Green, E. Loyal heart and true: A tale of the days of Queen Elizabeth. - London: Nelson, 1900.

Everett-Green, E. Monica / by E. Everett-Green. - London: Ward, Locke & Co, n.d.

Everett-Green, E. The secret of Max Shelling. - London: Shaw, n.d. - 320p, illus. - Illustrator: Butler, H.E.

Everett-Green, Evelyn. In Taunton town / by E .Everett-Green. - London: Nelson, n.d. - 502p; 8 plates; co.l illus. - Illustrator: Tod, Richard.

Everett-Green, Evelyn. The secret chamber at Chad / by E. Everett-Green. - London: Nelson, n.d. - 239p; 8 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Tod, Richard.

Everett-Green, Eveyln. The secret of the old house / by Evelyn Everett-Green. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 223p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Sutcliffe, Norman.

Every boy's book: a complete encyclopaedia of sports and. - London: George Routledge, 1881. - xvi, 904p, col. plates: ills;19cm. - Illustrator: Evans, Edmund. - Edited by Edmund Routledge. Fourteenth edition.

Every day battles; or fighting the foe. - London: John F Shaw, [1890]. - viii, 343p, plates; 19cm.

Ewing Juliana Horatia. Mary's meadow and other tales of fields and flowers by J H Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1895]. - xi, 240p; 19cm. - Volume 16 of complete edition of 18 volumes. 2 copies.

Ewing, J.H. Jackanapes, and other tales. - London: Bell, 1931. - viii, 196p, 8 plates,col illus. - Illustrator: Brock, Henry Matthew.

Ewing, J.H. A flat iron for a farthing/Some passages in the life of an only so. - London: George Bell, 1876. - xii, 290p, 12 plates, illus. - Illustrator: Allingham / Helen (illustrator)

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Brothers of pity and other tales of beasts and men by J H Ewing. - London: S P C K, 1884. - x, 199p, plates: ills; 19cm.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Brothers of pity and other tales of beasts and men by J H Ewing. - London: S P C K, 1888. - x, 199p, plates: ills; 19cm. - Author of "Jackanapes," "Old-fashioned fairytales," etc.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Brothers of pity and other tales of beasts and men by J H Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1895]. - viii, 256p: ills; 19cm. - Part of complete works: 18volumes SPCK 1894-96.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Daddy Darwin's dovecot: a country tale by Julian Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1884]. - 52p, col. plate: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph. - Author of "Jackanapes". 7 copies (1 with col. plate missing)

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Dandelion clocks and other tales by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1887]. - 55p: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick. - Engraved by Edmund Evans.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Jackanapes by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1892]. - 184p, col. plate: ills; 23cm. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Jackanapes by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1892]. - 47, 82, 52,72p, plate: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph. - Plus 3 tales: The story of short life. Daddy Darwin's dovecot etc.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Jackanapes and other tales by J H Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1900]. - 252p; 18cm. - 2 copies.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Jackanapes and other tales by J H Ewing. - London: G Bell and Sons, 1931. - vii, 196p, col. plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Brook, H.M.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Jackanapes [bound with The story of a short life etc]. - London: SPCK, n.d. - 3 vol. in 1. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph (illustrator)

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Jackanapes. - London: Soc for promot Christ Lit, n.d. - 47p; illus (x5) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Jackanapes. - London: Soc Promot Christ Lit, n.d. - 3v in 1; various paging; illus. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Jackanapes (also includes Lob lie-by-the-fire & Daddy Darwin's. - London: S.P.C.K., n.d. - 184p; Illu (some col.) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Jacknapes by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1884]. - 47p: ills; 22cm. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph. - First published in 1883.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Jan of the windmill: a story of the plains by Juliana H Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1884]. - xi, 384p; 18cm. - 2 copies.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Jan of the windmill: a story of the plains by Julian H Ewing. - London: G Bell and Sons, 1936. - x, 307p, col. plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Wheelhouse, Mary V.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Lob lie-by-the-fire; or, the luck of Lingborough by J H Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1887]. - 72p: ills; 22cm. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph. - Author of "Jackanapes," "Daddy Darwin's dovecot," etc. 3 copies.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Lob lie-by-the-fire or the luck of Lingborough and other tales. - London: George Bell and Sons, 1909. - 189p, col. plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Woodward, Alice Bolingbroke. - [Queen's series] First published 1873.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Lob lie-by-fire [bound with Jackanapes]. - London: SPCK, n.d. - 3 vol. in 1. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph (illustrator, engrav.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Mary's meadow and Letters from a little garden. - London: SPCK, [1886?]. - 96p: ill. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator, e.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Mary's meadow and letters from a little garden by J H Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1886]. - 96p, plate: ills; 21 cm. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon. - Author of "Lob lie-the-fire.. Lingborough," etc. 3 copies.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Melchior's dream and other tales by Juliana H Ewing. - 4th edit. - London: George Bell and Sons, 1882. - xi, 192p, plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: G., M.S. - Edited to Mrs Alfred Gatty: author of "Parables from nature" etc.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Melchior's dream and other tales by Juliana H Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1894]. - viii, 278p; 19cm. - Volume 1 of complete edition of 18 volumes. 2 copies.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Miscellanea by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1896]. - x, 306p; 19cm. - Volume 17 of complete edition of 18 volumes [1894-96].

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Mrs Overtheway's remembrances by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: George Bell and Sons, 1885. - 117p, plate: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Pasquier, J. Abbott and J. Wolf. - First edition 1869; 2 copies - the other dated 1894.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Mrs Overtheway's remembrances / by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: Bell, 1885. - 117p; 10 illus. - Illustrator: Wolf, J and Pasquier, J.A. - 2 copies, the other dated 1894.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Mrs Overtheway's remembrances by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: George Bell and Sons, 1894. - 117p, plate: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Pasquier J.A and J. Wolf. - Author of "Flat iron for a farthing," "Jan or the windmill," etc.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Mrs Overtheway's remembrances by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London; S P C K, [1896]. - 250p; 18cm. - Volume 2 of complete edition of 18 volumes [1894-96].

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Mrs Overtheway's remembrances / by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: G Bell & Sons, 1925. - 195p, col. plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Wheelhouse, Mary V.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Old-fashioned fairy tales by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1894]. - x, 169p; 19cm. - Volume 3 of complete edition of 18 volumes [1894-96].

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Six to sixteen: a story for girls by Juliana H Ewing - 8th edit. - London: S P C K, 1891. - vii, 296p, plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Allingham, Mrs W. - First published 1876.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Six to sixteen: a story for girls by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1895]. - ix, 296p; 19cm. - Volume 6 of complete edition of 16 volumes [1894-96].

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Snapdragons: a tale of Christmas Eve, and Old Father Christmas. - London: SPCK, [1888?]. - 68p: ill. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator, e.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Verses for children and song for music by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1895]. - xi, 17-202p, plate: ills; 19 cm. - Volume 9 of complete edition of 18 volumes [1894-96].

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. We and the world: a book for boys by J H Ewing. - London: George Bell and Sons, 1881. - 310p, plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Jones, W.L.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. We and the world. A book for boys. - London: Bell, 1881. - iii; 310p; illus. - Illustrator: Jones, W.L.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. We and the world: a book for boys. Part I by Juliana H Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1896]. - 217p; 19cm. - Volume 13 of complete edition of 18 volumes [1894-96].

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. We and the world: a book for boys. Part II by Juliana H Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1896]. - 251p; 19cm. - Volume 14 of complete edition of 18 volumes [1894-96] 2 copies.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. We and the world: a book for boys by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: G Bell, [1910]. - 315p, col. plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Wheelhouse, Mary V. - [Queen's treasures series].

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. The brownies and other tales by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: George Bell and Sons, 1886. - 122p, plates: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Cruickshank, George. - First edition 1870.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. The brownies and other tales by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1894]. - 238p; 18cm.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. A flat iron for a farthing; or, some.. of an only son by J H Ewing. - London: S P C K. - xi, 282p; 18cm.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. A flat iron for a farthing; or, some.son by J H Ewing. - 4th edit. - London: George Bell, 1876. - xi, 290p, plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Allingham, Mrs (H Paterson) - Author of "Mrs Overtheway's remembrances," "Melchior' dream"etc.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. A flat iron for a farthing; or, some passages.. of an only son. - London: George Bell, 1885. - 116p, plate: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Allingham, Mrs (H. Paterson) - Author of "We and the world," "six to sixteen," etc.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. A flat iron for a farthing or some passages.. son by J H Ewing. - London: G Bell and Sons, 1926. - xi, 235p,col.plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Wheelhouse, Mary V.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. A flat iron for a farthing or some passages..son by J H Ewing. - London: Watergate Classics, [1948]. - 203p: ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Allingham, Mrs.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. A great emergency and other tales by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, ix. - ix, 310p; 19cm.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. The peace egg and a Christmas mumming play by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1887]. - 58p: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon. - 2 copies.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. The peace egg and other tales by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1890]. - 176p; 18cm.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. The peace egg and other tales by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1896]. - 176p; 19cm. - Volume 10 of complete edition of 18 volumes [1895-96].

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. The peace egg; and A Christmas mumming play. - London: SPCK, [1888?]. - 58p: ill. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator, e.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. The story of a short life by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1885]. - 82p, plate: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick. - Author of "Jackanapes”, "Daddy Darwin's dovecot," etc. 5 copies.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. The story of a short life by Juliana Horatia Ewing. - London: S P C K, [1890]. - 82p: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon. - First published in 1885.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. The story of a short life [bound with Jackanapes]. - London: SPCK, n.d. - 3 vol in 1. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator)

Ewing, Juliana Horatia. Snap-dragons: a tale of Christmas eve and old father Christmas. - London: S P C K, [1888]. - 68p, plate: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon. - 2 copies.

Ewing, Juliana. Horatia. Six to sixteen. A story for girls. - London: Bell (8th ed), 1891. - 296p, 10 plates. - Illustrator: Allingham / Helen (illustrator)

Ewing, Juliana. Horatia. A flat iron for a farthing/Some passages in the life of an only so. - London: George Bell, 1885. - 116p, 12 illus. - Illustrator: Allingham / Helen (illustrator)

Ewing, Juliana. Horatia. A flat iron for a farthing/Some passages in the life of an only so. - London: Watergate Classics, 1948. - 203p, 12 illus. - Illustrator: Allingham / Helen (illustrator)


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Fairstar, Mrs. Memoirs or a London doll written by herself edited Mrs Fairstar. - London: George G. Harray, 1923. - xii, 175p, plates: ills; 17cm. - Illustrator: Brock, Emma L. - [Pseud: Richard Hengist Horne] Introduction by Marion St John Webb.

Fairstar, Mrs (ed) Intro M. St. John Webb. Memoirs of a London doll, written by herself. - London: Harrap, 1923. - xv, 175p, illus (1927 reprint) - Illustrator: Brock, Emma L.

The farmer's boy. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 31p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Farmiloe, Edith. Piccallili. - London: Grant Richards, 1900. - 127p: col. illus. - Illustrator: Farmiloe, Edith.

The farmyard hunt. - London: Warne, n.d. - 22p; illus. - Illustrator: Grey, Fred.

Farrar, Frederic W. Eric or, little by little: a tale at Roslyn school by F W Farrar. - London: Adam & Charles Black, [1902]. - 393p, col. plate: 17cm. - 1st published 1858.

Farrar, Frederic W. St Winifred's, or, The world of school / by Frederic W Farrar. - London: A & C Black, 1902. - ix, 536p; 18cm. - First published 1862.

Farrar, Frederic W. St Winifred's, or, The world of school / by Frederic W Farrar. - London: Adam & Charles Black, 1909. - x, 435p, col. plates: ills; 20cm. - Illustrator: Tennant, C. Dudley.

Farrar, Frederick W. Eric or little by little by Frederick W Farrar. - London: Collins Clear-type P, [1910]. - 266p, col. plates; 19cm.

Farrar, Frederick W. Eric or, little by little: a tale of Roslyn school by F W Farrar. - London: S W Partridge & Co, [1900]. - 320p, plates; 19cm.

Farrar, Frederick W. Julian home: a tale of College life by Frederick W Farrar. - Edinburgh: A & C Black, 1885. - 431p, plate; 18cm. - Author of "Eric, or little by little."

Farrar, Frederick W. Julian home: a tale of college life by F W Farrar. 12th edit. - London: A & C Black Ltd, 1923. - 309p, col. plate; 19cm. - First published in 1859.

Farrar, Frederick W. St Winifred's of the world of school by Frederick W Farrar. - London: Adam and Charles Black, 1909. - ix, 536p; 20cm.

Farrar, Frederick W. Three school tales: Eric, St Winifred's and Julian home. - London: Adam & Charles Black, 1901. - 131, 178, 142p; 23cm.

Farrow, G E. The missing prince by E G Farrow. - London: Hutchinson & Co, 1897. - xii, 197p, plate: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Furniss, Harry & Dorothy.

Farrow, G.E. The missing prince. - London: Hutchinson, 1897. - xvi; 197p; illus. - Illustrator: Furniss, Harry and Furniss, Dorothy.

Father Tuck's annual. - London: Raphael Tuck, [1901?]. - 128p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Wain, Louis and others.

Father Tuck's Annual. - London: Raphael Tuck, 1901. - 128p, illus, (some col.) - Illustrator: Brondage, Francis and others.

Father Tuck's annual. - London: Raphael Tuck, 1901. - 128p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Cowham, Hilda Gertrude (Mrs Edgar Lander)

Father Tuck. Father Tuck's annual. - London: Raphael Tuck, 1901. - 128p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Bowley, M and others.

Fatherless Fanny; or, memoirs of a little mendicant, and her. - London: Milner and Sowerby. - vi, 382p, plate; 13cm.

Fenn, G. Manville. Fix bay nets!, or, The regiment in the hills. - London: Chambers, n.d. - iv; 400p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Groome, William Henry Charles.

Fenn, G. Manville. Vince the rebel, or, The sanctuary in the bog. - London: Chambers, 1897. - 384p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Groome, William Henry Charles.

Fenn, G. Manville. Devon boys: a tale of the north shore. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 384p, 8 plates. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator)

Fenn, G. Manville. Trapper Dan. A story of the backwoods / by G. Manville Fenn. - London: Partridge, [1905]. - 424p; illus. - Illustrator: Paget, Walter Stanley ("Wal")

Fenn, G. Manville. With Frederick the Great. A story of the seven years' war. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 384p; 8 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Paget, Walter Stanley ("Wal")

Fenn, George Manville. ? and ensign / by George Manville Fenn. - [London]: O.U.P, 1922. - First Pub 1883.

Fenn, George Manville. Bunyip land: a story of adventure in New Guinea by G M Fenn. - London: Blackie & Son, [1930]. - 384p, plate; 19cm. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick. - Author of "The golden magnet" "In the king's name".. etc.

Fenn, George Manville. Coastguard jack by G Manville Fenn. - London: Ernest Nister, [1910]. - 40p, plates: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Dudley, Ambrose. - Author of "The little skipper," "Our soldier boy,"..

Fenn, George Manville. Commodore junk by G Manville Fenn. - London: Cassell & Company, 1883. - viii, 347p; 19cm. - Author of "The parson o'Dunford," etc.

Fenn, George Manville. In the Mahdi's grasp / by George Manville Fenn. - London: Dean, n.d.

Fenn, George Manville. Jack at sea / by George Manville Fenn. -.

Fenn, George Manville. Jack at sea, or, All work and no play made him a dull boy. - London: S.P.C.K, n.d. - 553p; illus. - Illustrator: Overend, W.H.

Fenn, George Manville. Jungle and stream / by George Manville Fenn. -.

Fenn, George Manville. Nat the naturalist, or, A boy's adventures in the eastern seas. - [London]: Blackie, 1882.

Fenn, George Manville. Off to the wilds, being the adventures of two brothers. - [London]: Sampson Low, 1882.

Fenn, George Manville. The adventures of Don Lavington by George Manville Fenn. - London: S W Partridge, [1900]. - 256p, col. plate; 19cm. - First published 1896.

Fenn, George Manville. The black bar by George Manville Fenn. - London: Sampson Low, Marston, [1900]. - 312p, plate; 18cm. - Author of "Dick o'the fens," "Brownsmith's boy”, "Nat the.." etc.

Fenn, George Manville. The golden magnet / by George Manville Fenn. - London: Blackie, n.d.

Filleul, Marianne. The squatter's home. A west-country story. - London: S.P.C.K, [1893]. - 224p; illus. - Illustrator: Nash, Joseph, Jnr.

Fitzpatrick, Sir Percy. Jock of the Bushveld. - London: Longmans, 1907. - xvi; 475p; 23 plates; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Caldwell, Edmund G.

Fletcher, J.S. Anthony Everton: being the plain story of an episode in the. - [London]: Chambers. - Illus.

Forester, F B. Held to ransom by F B Forester. - 1st edit. - London: Thomas Nelson, 1902. - viii, 408p, plates; 20cm. - Author of "His level best," "lone star Blockhouse," etc.

Pages and pictures from Forgotten children's books. - London: The Leadenhall Prefs, 1898. - 510p, plates: ills; 20cm. - Brought together and introduced by Andrew W Tuer.

Fortescue, J W. The drummer's coat by the Hon. J W Fortescue. - London: Macmillan and Co, 1900. - 184p, plate; 21cm. - Illustrator: Brock, H.M. - Author of "The story of a red deer".

Fortescue, J.W. The drummer's cat. - London: Macmillan, 1900. - v, 184p, 4 plates. - Illustrator: Brock, Henry Matthew.

The fortunes of Claude. A story of adventure for boys. - London: Warne, n.d. - 338p; illus. - Illustrator: Speed, Lancelot.

Found afloat, and other tales. - Edinburgh: Johnstone, Hunter, 1867. - vi; 328p, plates: ills; 17cm. - Illustrator: Small, W and others. - The children's hour series.

The fox jumps over the parson's gate. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 24p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Old French nursery songs. - London: Waverley Book Co, n.d. - 87p, illus (some col) - Illustrator: Anderson / Anne (illustrator) Music arra.

A frog he would a-wooing go. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 24p; illus (some co) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

The frog prince. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 6p; 4 col. plates. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Frost, Arthur Burdett. Stuff and nonsense. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 64p; illus. - Illustrator: Frost, Arthur Burdett.

Fryn, Gwyn. Friends in fur and feathers. - London: Bell & Daldy 2nd ed, 1869. - viii; 152p; 10 plates. - Illustrator: Cooper, Alfred W.

Fuller M V [afterwards Victor]. Bad boys diary [by M V Fuller afterwards Victor]. - London: Frederick Warne, [1883]. - iv, 126p; 19cm.

The funny book. - London: Meissner & Bruch, n.d. - 48p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Jauman, R.E.


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Gaffy, Mrs Alfred (ed) Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for young people. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1869. - iii, 380p, illus. - Illustrator: Bayes, Alfred Walter.

The gamekeeper's daughter; or waiting for the angle. - London: The Religious Tract Soc, [1874]. - 64p, col. plate; 16cm. - Little Dot series.

Gask, Lilian. True stories about horses / by Lilian Gask. - London: George G Harrap, [1926]. - 265p, plates; 21cm. - Illustrator: Wilson, Patten. - Author of "In nature's school" &tc.

Gaskell, Catherine Milnes. Lady Ann's fairy tales by Catherine Milnes Gaskell. - London: Grant Richards, 1914. - 258p, col. plates; 26cm. - Illustrator: Atkinson, Maud Tindal.

Gatty, H.K.F (ed) Aunt Judy's annual volume. - London: Beaurose, 1883. - ii, 764p, illus. - Illustrator: Ball, Wilfred and others.

Gatty, H.F.K.(ed) Aunt Judy's annual volume. - London: Bemvose, 1883. - ii; 764p; illus. - Illustrator: Chattock, R.S.

Gatty, H.K. and Ewing, J.H. Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for 1874. - London: George Bell, 1874. - viii; 760p; illus. - Illustrator: Gatty, Alfred Scott.

Gatty, H.K.F. Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for 1874 / ed by H.K.F. Gatty. - London: George Bell, 1874. - viii; 760p; illus. - Illustrator: Temple, J.

Gatty, H.K.F. Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for 1878. - London: George Bell, 1878. - vi; 762p; illus. - Illustrator: Jones, W.L. and others.

Gatty, H.K.F. Aunt Judy's annual volume. - London: Bemvose, 1883. - ii; 764p; illus. - Illustrator: Jones, W.L. and others.

Gatty, H.K.F and J.H. Ewing. Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for 1874. - London: George Bell, 1874. - viii; 760p; illus. - Illustrator: Patterson, H and others.

Gatty, H.K.F and J.H. Ewing. Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for 1874. - London: George Bell, 1874. - viii; 760p; illus. - Illustrator: Petherick, Horace William and others.

Gatty, H.K.F. (ed) Aunt Judy's annual volume. - London: Hatchards, 1855. - iii, 764p, illus. - Illustrator: Andre, R and others.

Gatty, H.K.F. (ed) Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for 1878. - London: George Bell, 1878. - vi, 762p; illus. - Illustrator: Flinzer, F.

Gatty, H.K.F. (ed) Aunt Judy's annual volume. - London: Hatchards, 1885. - iii; 764p; illus. - Illustrator: Cooper, A.W. and others.

Gatty, H.K.F. (ed) Aunt Judy's annual volume. - London: Bemvose, 1883. - ii; 764p; illus. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph and others.

Gatty, H.K.F. (ed) Aunt Judy's annual volume. - London: Hatchards, 1885. - iii; 764p; illus. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph and others.

Gatty, Margaret. Aunt Judy's letters by Mrs Alfred Gatty. - London: Bell and Daldy, 1862. - 183p, plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Lane, Clara S. - Author of "Parables from nature," etc.

Gatty, Margaret. Aunt Judy's letters. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1862. - 183p; illus. - Illustrator: Lane, Clara S.

Gatty, Margaret. Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for young people. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1867. - vi; 378p; illus. - Illustrator: Frolich, Lorenz and others.

Gatty, Margaret. Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for young people. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1867. - vi; 378p; illus. - Illustrator: Gilbert, Frederick and others.

Gatty, Margaret. Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for young people / by Mrs A. Gatty. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1867. - vi; 378p; illus. - Illustrator: Pasquier, J. Abbott and others.

Gatty, Margaret. Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for young people. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1869. - iii; 380p; illus. - Illustrator: Keyl, Fredrich Wilhelm and others.

Gatty, Margaret. Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for young people. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1869. - [iii]; 380p; illus. - Illustrator: Macgregor, J and others.

Gatty, Margaret. Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for young people. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1869. - [iii]; 380p; illus. - Illustrator: Newcombe, R and others.

Gatty, Margaret. Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for young people / Mrs Alfred Gatty. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1871. - viii; 760p; illus. - Illustrator: Patterson, H and others.

Gatty, Margaret. Aunt's Judy tales. - [London: Bell and Daldy], [1860]. - 184p, plates; 18cm.

Gatty, Margaret. Legendary tales bay Mrs Alfred Gatty. - London: Bell and Daldy, 1858. - 297p, plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Browne, Hablot Knight. - Author of "Parables from nature," etc.

Gatty, Margaret. Legendary tales / by Mrs Alfred Gatty. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1858. - v, 297p, illus. - Illustrator: Browne, Hablot Knight 'Phiz'.

Gatty, Margaret. Melchior's dream and other tales. - London: Bell, 1882. - xi; 192p; illus. - Illustrator: M.S.G. - by J.H.G; 4th ed.

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature, second series by Mrs Alfred Gatty. - London: Bell and Daldy, 1857. - 167p, plates; 13cm.

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature by Mrs Alfred Gatty. First series.- 6th edit. - London: Bell and Daldy, 1858. - xiv, 119p, plates; 13cm. - Author of "Proverbs illustrated," "Worlds not realized,"..

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature by Alfred Gatty, second series. - 2nd edit. - London: Bell and Daldy, 1858. - 167p, plates; 13cm.

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature by Mrs Alfred Gatty. - London: Bell and Daldy, 1861. - 196p, plates; 20cm. - Illustrator: Cope, C.W. - Author of "Proverbs illustrated," "Worlds not realized," etc.

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature by Mrs A Gatty. Second series. - 5th edit. - London: Bell and Daldy, 1861. - 167p, plates; 13cm.

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature / by Mrs Alfred Gatty. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1861. - x; 196p;illus. - Illustrator: Calderon, H.

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature / by Mrs Alfred Gatty. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1861. - x; 196p; illus. - Illustrator: Cope, Charles West and others.

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature/ by Mrs Alfred Gatty. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1861. - x; 196p; illus. - Illustrator: Hunt, William Holman and others.

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1861. - x; 196p; illus. - Illustrator: Millais, William Henry and others.

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature / by Mrs Alfred Gatty. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1861. - x; 196p; illus. - Illustrator: Speckter, Otto and others.

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature / by Mrs Alfred Gatty. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1861. - x; 196p; illus. - Illustrator: Thomas, George Housman and others.

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature / by Mrs Alfred Gatty. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1861. - x; 196p; illus. - Illustrator: Warren, E and others.

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature by Mrs Alfred Gatty. First series.-10th edit. - London: Bell and Daldy, 1862. - 141p, plates; 13cm. - Author of "Proverbs illustrated," "Worlds not realized,".

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature by Mrs Alfred Gatty. Fourth series. - London: Bell and Daldy, 1864. - 173p, plates; 13cm. - Illustrator: Gatty, Margaret & daughters.

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature by Mrs Alfred Gatty. First series.- 14th ed. - London: Bell and Daldy, 1869. - 141p, plates; 13cm.

Gatty, Margaret. Parables from nature by Mrs Alfred Gatty. Fifth series. - London: Bell and Daldy, 1871. - 174p, plates; 13cm.

Gatty, Margaret. Parables form nature by Margaret Gatty. - London: George Bell and Sons, 1894. - 492p, plates; 20cm. - Illustrator: Calderon, P.H. - With memoir of the author by her daughter Juliana Horatia Ewing.

Gatty, Margaret. Red snow and other parables from nature by Mrs Gatty. - London: Blackie and Son. - 78p, plate; 17cm.

Gatty, Margaret. Red snow and other parables from nature. Third series. - London: Bell and Dadly, 1861. - 187p, plates; 13cm. - Illustrator: Gatty, Margaret & daughters. - Author of "Aunt Judy's tales," & tc.

Gatty, Margaret. Red snow and other parables from nature. Third series. - London: Bell and Daldy, 1862. - 187p, plates; 13cm. - Illustrator: Gatty, Mrs & daughters.

Gatty, Margaret. Worlds not realized by Mrs Alfred Gatty. -4thedit. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1866. - 189p, plates; 13cm.

Gatty, Margaret. The fairy god mothers and other tales by Mrs Alfred Gatty. - London: George Bell, 1851. - 152p, plate; 18cm.

Gatty, Margaret. The fairy godmothers and other tales by Mrs Alfred Gatty. - London: Bell and Daldy, 1858. - 127p, plate; 18cm.

Gatty, Margaret. The human face divine and other tales by Mrs Alfred Gatty. - London: Bell and Daldy, 1860. - 183p, plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Lane, Clara S. - Author of "Parables from Nature," etc.

Gatty, Mrs Alfred (ed) Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for young people. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1869. - iii; 380p; illus. - Illustrator: Cooper, A.W. and others.

Gatty, Mrs Alfred (ed) Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for young people. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1869. - iii; 380p; illus. - Illustrator: Gilbert, Frederick and others.

Gatty, Mrs Alfred (ed) Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for young people. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1871. - viii; 760p; illus. - Illustrator: Cooper, A.W. and others.

Gatty, Mrs Alfred (ed) Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for young people. - London; Bell & Daldy, 1871. - viii; 760p; illus. - Illustrator: Cruikshank, George.

Gatty, Mrs Alfred (ed) Aunt Judy's Christmas volume for 1878. - London: George Bell, 1878. - vi; 762p; illus. - Illustrator: Gilbert, Frederick and others.

Gaye, Selina. All's well that ends well by S G. - London: Thomas Nelson, [1909]. - 240p, col. plates; 19cm. - First edition 1891.

Geikie, D D Cunningham. The child's first treasure of English verse selected / D D. Geikie. - London: Strahan & Company. - vi, 224p; 17cm. - Author of "The life and words of Christ.”

Geikie, D D Cunningham. The child's second treasure of English verse selected /D D Geikie. - London: Strahan & Co, [1900]. - vii, 224p; 17cm. - Selected and arranged by D D Geikie Cunningham.

George G M and Fry G M C. Prudent Paulina by G M George and G M C Fry. - London: Wells Gardner, Darton, [1917]. - 87p, plates; 14cm. - Illustrator: [Illustrations by G M C Fry].

George, C.M. Prudent Paulina. - London: Wells, Gardner & Co, n.d. - 87p; col illus. - Illustrator: Fry, G.M.C.

Gervaise, Mary. A term on trial by Mary Gervaise. - London: Cassel and Company, [1930]. - 153p, plate; 19cm. - Author of "Tiger's first term," "Nancy no-good at school.".

Gethen, H F. Some other children; or, stories from a children's hospital. - London: Blackie and Son, [1920]. - 192p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Hammond, G. Demain. - [Author formerly "Sister queen" of the London Hospital].

Gethen, H.F. Some other children, or, Stories from a children's hospital. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 192p; 3 plates. - Illustrator: Hammond, Gertrude Demain.

Gibbs, Florence M. Tiny-tunes for tiny-tots. - London: Opus Music, 1900. - 29p; illus. - Illustrator: Gibbs, B.A.

Giberne, Agnes. Five little birdie by Agnes Giberne. - London: The Religious Tract Soc, [1920]. - 129p, col. plate; 19cm. - Author of "Hillside children," "Next neighbours," etc.

Giberne, Agnes. Next-door neighbours by Agnes Giberne. - London: The Religious Tract Soc, [1920]. - 128p, plate; 19cm. - Author of "Through the Linn," "Hungering and thirsting," etc.

Giberne, Agnes. Old umbrellas by Agnes Giberne. - 6th edit. - London: James Nisbet & Co, [1910]. - 147p, plates; 19cm.

Gibson Bowles, Thomas. The log of the Nereid. - London: Simpkin, Marshall & co., 1889. - viii, 229p; illus. - Illustrator: Bogle, Lockhart.

Gillie. Story of the Hebrew prophets. -, 1923. - 1st pub under title "God's lantern bearers" in 1908.

Gilson, Charles. The pirate yatch: a tale of the southern seas by Captain C Gilson. - London: Collins 'Clear-Type, [1920]. - 228p, plates; 26cm. - Author "Submarine U 93," "A motor scout in Flanders," etc.

The girl's own annual, 1889-90. - London: Girl's Own, 1889. - 832p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Foster, Birket and others.

The girl's own annual, 1890-91 / illus. by Kate Greenaway and others. - London: Girl's Own, 1890. - 832p: ill (some col. ) - Illustrator: Greenaway, Kate and others.

The girl's own annual, 1890-91. - London: Girl's Own, 1890. - 832p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Whymper, Charles and others.

The girl's own annual, 1890-91. - London: Girl's Own, 1890. - 832p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Whymper, Edward and others.

The girl's own annual, 1891-92. - London: Girl's Own, 1891. - 832p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Whymper, Edward and others.

The girl's own annual, 1890-91. - London: Girl's Own, 1890. - 832p; illus (some col) - Illustrator: Hughes, Arthur and others.

The girl's own annual. - London: Girl's Own, 1891. - 832p: illus (some col) - Illustrator: Du Maurier, George and others.

Girls and girls: a missionary book. - London: Church Missionary Soc, 1896. - 128p: ills; 19cm.

Girvin, Brenda. Good Queen Bess, 1533-1603. - London: David Nutt, n.d. - [ca.100p]; col illus. - Illustrator: Hassall, John.

Girvin, Brenda. Maniton Mary. - London: Humphrey Milford OUP, 1918. - 284p; illus. - Illustrator: Hammond, Gertrude Demain.

Girvin, Brenda. Munition Mary by Brenda Girvin. - London: Humphrey Milford, 1918. - 284p, col. plates; 20cm. - Illustrator: Hammond, Gertrude Demain. - Author of "The girl scout," etc.

Glasspool, Alfred J. The band of Hope companion. A handbook for band of Hope members. - London: S W Partridge, [1910]. - viii, 112p, plates: ills; 19cm. - Biographical, historical, scientific and anecdotal. 2th edit.

Goddard, Julia. The new boy at Merriton: a story of school life by Julia Goddard. - London: Blackie & Son. - 124p, plate; 17cm. - Author of "Cleared at last;" "Poor Tom Oliver;" etc.

Godolphin, Mary. Sandford and Merton, in words of one syllable by Mary Godolphin. - London: Cassell, Petter, Galpin, [1876]. - 288p, col. plates; 17cm.

Goldsmith, Oliver. An elegy on the death of a mad dog. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 31p; illus (some col.) (x2) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Goldsmith, Oliver. An elegy on the glory of her sex, Mrs Mary Blaize. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 24p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Goldsmith, Oliver. The vicar of Wakefield / by Oliver Goldsmith. - London: Macmillan & Co, 1891. - xxxiv, 305p, plate: ills; 19cm. - Illustrator: Thomson, Hugh. - With a preface by Austin Dobson: 2nd edition, 1892 reprint.

Gomme, Alice B. Old English singing games. - London: George Allen, 1900. - 56p; col illus. - Illustrator: Harwood, E.

Gomme, George Laurence. The princess's story book.. by George Laurence Gomme. - London: Archibald Constable, [1911]. - xvi, 443p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Stratton, Helen. - Being historical stories collected out of English romantic..

Gordon, W J. Under the avalanche: a tale of the sierra Nevada by W J Gordon. - London: Frederick Warne, 1889. - 126p, plate: ills; 17cm. - Author of "The king's thane," etc.

Gorman, J T. Edward VII king and emperor by J T Gorman. - London: W & G Foyle, [1937]. - viii,87p, plates; 24cm. - Author of "Honour the king," etc.

Gosse, Edmund. The allies' fairy book. - London: Heinemann, 1916. - xxli; 12 plates; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Rackham, Arthur. - Intro by Edmund Gosse.

Gow, Gregson. Brave and true and other stories / by Gow Gregson. - London: Blackie and Son, 1904. - 192p, plates; 19cm. - Illustrator: Townsend, F.H. - Author of "New light through old windows" "Troubles and.." etc.

Graham, Ennis. Carrots: just a little boy / by Ennis Graham. - London: Macmillan and Co, 1876. - 240p, plates; 18cm. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter. - Author of "Tell me a story.".

Grahame, Kenneth. Dream days by Kenneth Grahame. - London: John Lane, 1899. - 275p; 20cm.

Grahame, Kenneth. The golden age by Kenneth Grahame. - 3rd edit. - London; John Lane, 1896. - 196p; 20cm.

Grahame, Kenneth. The golden age by Kenneth Grahame. - London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, [1899]. - 287p, plate; 16cm.

Grahame, Kenneth. The golden age by Kenneth Grahame. - London: The Bodley Head, 1900. - 252p, plates; 21cm. - Illustrator: Parrish, Maxfield.

Grahame-White. With the airmen. - London: Frowde, Hodder & Co, n.d. - 283p; 12 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Millar, Max and Cuneo.

Grahame-White, Claude. With the airmen by Claude Grahame-White in collab. with H Harper. - London: Hodder and Stoughton, [1916]. - 283p, plates: ills; 21cm. - Illustrator: Cuneo, Cyrus. - Joint authors of "The aeroplane: past, present, and future" etc.

Grahame-White, Claude. With the airmen. - Ldn: H. Frowde, Hodder & Stoughton, n.d. - 238p; 12plates; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Cuneo, Cyrus Cincinnato (diagrams by Max.

Grandmother's budget of stories and says. - London: Griffith & Farran, [1885]. - 200p, col. plates; 18cm. - [No title page].

Grant, G Forsyth, Mrs Chums at last: a tale of school life by Mrs G Forsyth Grant. - London: Thomas Nelson, 1905. - 256p, plate; 20cm.

Grant, James. Fairer than a fairy: a novel by James Grant. - London: George Routledge. - 428p; 19cm. - Author of "The romance of war".

Grant, James. The constable of France and other military historiettes by J Grant. - London: Richard Edward King. - vii, 366p; 18cm. - Author of "The romance of war.”

Gray, Louisa M. Nelly's teachers and what they learned / by Louisa M. Gray. - London: Nelson, 1882.

Graydon, William Murray. The fighting lads of Devon, or, In the days of the Armada. - London: Partridge, n.d. - 330p; 6 illus. - Illustrator: Symington, J. Ayton.

The great panjandrum himself. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 24p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Greenaway, Kate. The April baby's book of tunes. - London: Macmillan, 1900. - 75p, 15 col. plates. - Illustrator: Greenaway, Kate (illustrator)

Greene, Mrs. The schoolboy baronet. - London; Warne, 1896. - viii, 386p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel; illus. engraved by.

Greenwood, James. The little ragamuffins OR Outcast London. - London; Ward, Lock & co., 1896. - Illustrator: Dalziel, illus. engraved by.

Grey, Sydney. Story-land. - London: Religious Tract Society, n.d. - 111p. 32 col. illus. - Illustrator: Barnes, Robert.

Grey, Sydney. Story-land. - London: Religious Tract Soc, n.d. - 111p: 32 col. illus. - Illustrator: Evans, Edmund (engraver/printer) Barnes.

Grierson, Elizabeth W. Children's tales from Scottish ballads / by E.W. Grierson. - London: Black, 1906. - viii; 326p; 12 plates; col. ill. - Illustrator: Stewart, Allan.

Grimm, Brothers. Little brother and little sister, and other tales. - London: Constable, 1917. - xii; 251p;12 plates ;ill some col. - Illustrator: Rackham, Arthur.

Guillot, Rene. The blue day / Rene Guillot; translated by Gwen Marsh. - London: Bodley Head, 1958. - 32p: ill. - Illustrator: Gill, Margery (illustrator)

Guillot, Rene. The blue day / Rene Guillot; translated by Gwen Marsh. - London: Bodley Head, 1958. - 32p: ill. - Illustrator: Marsh, Gwen (illustrator) 3rd impression.

Gwynfryn. Friends in fur and feathers. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1869. - [viii]; 152p; 10 plates. - Illustrator: Keyl, Fredrich Wilhelm and others. - 2nd ed.

Gwynfryn. Friends in fur and feathers / by Gwynfryn. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1869. - [viii]; 152p; 10 plates. - Illustrator: Rice, B.


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Hadath, Gunby. The march of time: a story of school life in war time. -, 1946.

Halstead, Caroline A. The little botanist, or, Steps to the attainment of botanical. - London: John Harris, 1835. - 2v; illus (some col) - Illustrator: Halstead, Caroline A. - knowledge. Illus drawn and engraved by J.D. Sowerby.

Hanson, Charles Henry. Old Greek stories. The siege of Troy and the wanderings of. - London: Nelson, 1887. - Illus. - Ulysses.

Hare, Christopher. Bayard. The good knight without fear and without reproach. - London: Dent, n.d. - 127p; 8 plates; col illus. - Illustrator: Cole, Herbert.

Harper, Theodore Ackland. Siberian Gold. - N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran and co., 1928. - x, 335p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Artzybasheff/ Boris.

Harraden, Beatrice. Things will take a turn. A story for children. - London: Blackie, 1895. - 163p, 46 illus. - Illustrator: Bacon, John H.

Harris, Joel Chandler. Nights with Uncle Remus / by Joel Chandler Harris. - London: Chatto & Windus, 1919. - viii; 367p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Shepherd, James Affleck.

Harris, Joel Chandler. Uncle Remus, or, Mr Fox, Mr Rabbit and Mr Terrapin. - London: Chatto & Windus, 1901. - xxxii; 288p; ills (some col) - Illustrator: Shepherd, James Affleck. - 10th impression, 1927.

Harrison, Charles. A humorous history of England. - London: Warrick & Bird, 1920. - 24p; illus. - Illustrator: Harrison, Charles.

Harrison, Jane and Mirrlees, Hope. The book of the bear. Being twenty-one tales newly translated. - London: Nonesuch Press, 1926. - xiv; 108p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Garnett, Ray. - from the Russian by Jane Harrison and Hope Mirrlees.

Harte, Bret. The queen of the Pirate Isle. - London: Warne, 1955. - 64p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Greenaway, Kate.

The harvest of the year, or, The little hop pickers. - London: S.P.C.K., n.d. - 156p; illus. - Illustrator: Hartrick, Archibald Standish.

Haweis, H.R. Pet, or, Pastimes and penalties. - London: Ibister, 1874. - iv; 315p; illus. - Illustrator: Haweis, M.E.

Hayeus, Herbert. For Rupert and the king / by Herbert Hayeus. - London: S.P.C.K, n.d. - 384p; col illus. - Illustrator: Thiede, Edwin Adolf.

Haywood, Helen. The mouse that ran. - London: Warne, 1926. - 85p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Haywood, Helen.

Helme, E and Paul, N. The joker and Jerry again. -, 1932. - 1st edition.

Hendry, Hamish. Red apple and silver bells. A book of verse for children. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 152p; illus. - Illustrator: Woodward, Alice Bolingbroke. - of all ages.

Hendy, G.M. In times of peril; a tale of India. - London: Griffith Farran Browne, 1890. - 384p: illus. - Illustrator: Feller, Frank.

Henty, G.A. At Abonkir and Acue. A story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt. - London: Blackie, 1899. - 352p; 8 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Rainey, William.

Henty, G.A. At Agincourt. A tale of the white hoods of Paris. - London: Blackie, 1897. - 384p; 12 plates. - Illustrator: Paget, Walter Stanley ("Wal")

Henty, G.A. At the point of the bayonet. A tale of the Mahratta war. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 384p; 8 plates ; illus(some col) - Illustrator: Paget, Walter Stanley ("Wal")

Henty, G.A. Both sides of the border. A tale of Hotspar and Glendower. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 384p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Peacock, Ralph.

Henty, G.A. By England's aid, or, The freeing of the Netherlands, 1585-1604. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 367p; 5 plates; illus (some col) - Illustrator: Pearse, Alfred.

Henty, G.A. By conduct and courage. A story of the days of Nelson. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 384p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Rainey, William.

Henty, G.A. By pike and dyke: a tale of the rise of the Dutch Republic. - London: Blackie, 1890. - Illus.

Henty, G.A. By right of conquest, or, With Cortez in Mexico / by G.A. Henty. - London: Blackie, 1910. - 384p; 8 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Stacey, Walter Sydney.

Henty, G.A. By right of conquest, or, With Cortez in Mexico / by G.A. Henty. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 384p; 5 plates; illus(some col.) - Illustrator: Stacey, Walter Sydney.

Henty, G.A. By sheer pluck: a tale of the Ashanti war. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 352p, 4 plates. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator)

Henty, G.A. Facing death. - London: Blackie & Son, n.d. - Illus.

Henty, G.A. For name and fame: or, To Cabul with Roberts. - London: Blackie & Son, 1886. - Illus.

Henty, G.A. For the temple. A tale of the fall of Jerusalem / by G.A. Henty. - London: Blackie, 1904. - 384p; 7 plates. - Illustrator: Solomon, Solomon Joseph.

Henty, G.A. Held fast for England: a tale of the siege of Gibraltar. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 352p, 9 plates. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator)

Henty, G.A. In Greek waters: a story of the Grecian War of Independence. - London: Blackie, 1893. - Illus. - (1821-1827)

Henty, G.A. In freedom's cause. - London: Blackie & Son, n.d. - Illus.

Henty, G.A. In the Irish brigade: a story of the war in Flanders and Spain. - London: Foulsham, 1954. - Illus. - 1st published 1901; slightly abridged ed.

Henty, G.A. In the heart of the Rockies. A story of adventure in Colorado. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 352p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Hindley, Godfrey C.

Henty, G.A. No surrender! A tale of the rising in La Vendee. - London: Blackie, 1900. - Illus.

Henty, G.A. On the Irrawaddy: a story of the first Burmese war. - London: Blackie, 1897. - Illus.

Henty, G.A. One of the 28th. A tale of Waterloo / by G.A. Henty. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 319p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Stewart, J.A.

Henty, G.A. Orange and green: a tale of the Boyne and Limerick. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 352p, 4 plates. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator)

Henty, G.A. Out with Garibaldi. A story of the liberation of Italy. - London: Blackie, 1901. - 352p; 8 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Rainey, William. - Frontispiece missing.

Henty, G.A. Through Russian snows / by G.A. Henty. - London: Blackie, 1896. - 352p; 11 plates. - Illustrator: Overend, William Heysman.

Henty, G.A. Through the fray: a tale of the Luddite riots. - London: Blackie, 1886. - Illus.

Henty, G.A. Through three campaigns. A story of Chitral, Tirah and Ahshantee. - London: Blackie, 1904. - 383p; 11 plates. - Illustrator: Paget, Walter Stanley ("Wal")

Henty, G.A. Under Wellington's command. A tale of the Peninsular War. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 383p; 5 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Paget, Walter Stanley ("Wal")

Henty, G.A. With Buller in Natal, or, A born leader / by G.A. Henty. - London: Blackie, 1901. - 384p; 10 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Rainey, William.

Henty, G.A. With Clive in India; or, the beginnings of an empire. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 382p, 13 plates. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator)

Henty, G.A. With Cochraine the dauntless. A tale of the exploits of Lord. - London: Blackie, 1897. - 384p; 12 plates. - Illustrator: Margetson, William Henry.

Henty, G.A. With Kitchener in the Sondain. A story of Atbara and Omdurbian. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 384p; 4 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Rainey, William.

Henty, G.A. With Lee in Virginia: a story of the American Civil War. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 384p, 4 plates. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator)

Henty, G.A. With Wolfe in Canada; or, the winning of a continent. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 384p, 12 plates. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick.

Henty, G.A. With Wolfe in Canada, or, The winning of a continent. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 384p; 5 plates; ill (some col.) - Illustrator: Sheldon, Charles M.

Henty, G.A. Wulf the Saxon. A story of the Norman conquest / by G.A. Henty. - London: Blackie, 1895. - 384p; 12 plates. - Illustrator: Peacock, Ralph.

Henty, G.A. Yarns on the beach. A bundle of tales / by G.A Henty. - London: Blackie, [1886]. - 160p; 2 plates. - Illustrator: Proctor, J. James.

Henty, G.A. The bravest of the brave, or, With Peterborough in Spain. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 352p; illus. - Illustrator: Rainey, William.

Henty, G.A. The cat of Bubastes: a tale of ancient Egypt. - London: Blackie, 1889. - Illus.

Henty, G.A. The dash for Khartoum. A tale of the Nile expedition. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 382p; 12 plates. - Illustrator: Nash, Joseph Jnr and Schonberg, John.

Henty, G.A. The dash for Khartoum. A tale of the Nile expedition. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 382p; 12 plates. - Illustrator: Schonberg, Johann Nepomuk, and J. Nash.

Henty, G.A. The dragon and the raven, or, The days of king Alfred. - London: Blackie, 1886. - Illus.

Henty, G.A. A final reckoning. A tale of bush life in Australia / by G.A. Henty. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 352p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Wollen, William Barnes.

Henty, G.A. A knight of the White Cross. A tale of the siege of Rhodes. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 384p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Peacock, Ralph.

Henty, G.A. The lion of St. Mark: a story of Venice in the fourteenth century. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 384p, 10 plates. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator)

Henty, G.A. The lion of the north. A tale of the times of Gustavus Adolphus. - London: Blackie, [1900?]. - 368p, 5 plates: ill (some col.) - Illustrator: Gillett, Edward frank (illustrator)

Henty, G.A. A march on London: being a story of Wat Tyler's insurrection. - London: Blackie, 1898. - Illus.

Henty, G.A. A roving commission, or, Through the black insurrection of Hayti. - London: Blackie, 1900. - 383p; 12 plates. - Illustrator: Rainey, William.

Henty, G.A. The young buglers. A tale of the Peninsular war. - London: Henry Frowde, [1910?]. - v; 346p ;4 plates;illus (some col. - Illustrator: Leigh, Conrad H.

Henty, G.A and others. Peril and Prowess. - London:Chambers, 1899. - iv, 423p, 8plates;illus. - Illustrator: Boucher, William H.

Henty, G.A and others. Venture and valour. - London:Chambers, 1900. - vi 404p, 8plates. - Illustrator: Boucher, William H.

Henty, G.A. Friends though divided. A tale of the civil war. - Ldn: Humphrey Milford O.U.P., n.d. - viii; 384p; col illus. - Illustrator: Cole, A.P.

Henty, G.A. St.Bartholomew's Eve. A tale of Huguenot wars. - London; Blackie, 1894. - 384p, 7 plates; frontispiece. - Illustrator: Draper, Herbert James.

Henty, G.A. St.Bartholomew's Eve. A tale of Huguenot wars. - London; Blackie, n.d. - 384p, 5 plates; illus (some c) - Illustrator: Draper, Herbert James.

Henty, G.A. Through the Sikh war. A tale of the conquest of the Punjaub. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 384p; 12 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Hurst, Hal and others.

Henty, G.A. The young Franc-Tireaus and their adventures in the Franco-Pruss. - Ldn:Griffith Farran Browne &Co, n.d. - 352p: 8 illus. - Illustrator: Feller, Frank.

Herbert, A.P. The wherefore and the why. Some new rhymes for old children. - London: Methuen, [1921]. - 48p; illus. - Illustrator: Morrow, George.

Hering, Jeannie. Honour is my guide / by Jeannie Hering. - London: Cassell, 1895. - 208p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Stacey, Walter Sydney. - Golden Mottoes series.

Hervey, Mrs T.K. The pathway of the fawn. A tale of the new year. - London: Nat.Illus.Library, 1852. - 195p; 12 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Macquoid, Thomas Robert (chapt initials)

Hervey, Mrs T.K. The pathway of the fawn. A tale of the new year. - London: Nat Illus Library, 1852. - 195p; 12 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Thomas, George Housman. - 2 copies.

The hey diddle diddle picture book. - London: Routledge, n.d. - iv;variouspaging,illus(some col. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

The hind in the wood. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 6p, 5 col plates. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

The history of Reynard the fox.. into English verse by F S Ellis. - London: David Nutt, 1897. - xi, 289p, plate; 20cm. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter. - Very decorative frontispiece and title page by Walter Crane.

The history of the house that Jack built. - London: Grant & Griffith, n.d. - [22]p; illus. - Illustrator: Weir, Harrison and John Absolon.

The history of the house that Jack built. - London: Grant and Griffith, n.d. - 22p: illus. - Illustrator: Absolon, John and Weir, Harrison.

Hodgson Burnett, Frances. Little Lord Fauntleroy. - London: Frederick Warne, 1888. - xii, 269p; illus (x4) - Illustrator: Birch, Reginald B.

Hodgson Burnett, Frances. Little Saint Elizabeth and other stories. - London: Frederick Warne, n.d. - 160p; illus. - Illustrator: Birch, Reginald B.

Hodgson Burnett, Frances. The one I knew the best of all. - London: Frederick Warne, 1893. - xvi, 292p; illus. - Illustrator: Birch, Reginald B.

The holy child. - London: S.P.C.K, n.d. - without pagination; 16 col ill. - Illustrator: Mohn, Paul. - 5 plates missing.

Home, Andrew. The fellow who won. A tale of school life. - London: Nelson, 1900. - 364p; 6 plates. - Illustrator: Cook, Emily A.

Hood, Thomas. Warne's Christmas annual. The 5 alls. A collection of stories. - London: Warne, n.d. - 96p; illus (some col) - Illustrator: Watson, John Dawson and others.

Hood, Thomas. The headlong and woeful ending of precocious piggy. - London: Griffith & Farran, 1859. - 21p; col illus. - Illustrator: Hood. - Illustrated by his son.

Hood, Thomas (ed) Warne's Christmas annual. The 5 alls. A collection of stories. - London: Warne, n.d. - 96p, illus, (some col) - Illustrator: Browne, Hablot Knight 'Phiz' and others.

Hood, Thomas (ed) Warne's Christmas annual. The 5 alls. A collection of stories. - London: Warne, n.d. - 96p: illus (some col) - Illustrator: Evans, Edmund and others.

Horace Hazelwood, or, Little things, and other tales. - Edinburgh: Johnstone, Hunter, 1866. - viii, 328p, plates: ills; 17cm. - Illustrator: Small, William and others. - The children hour series.

Horsley, Reginald. Hunted through Fiji, or, 'Twixt convict and cannibal. - London: Chambers, n.d. - [iv]; 316p; illus. - Illustrator: Symington, J.Ayton.

The house that Jack built. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 30p; illus ( some col) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Houseman, Laurence (retold by) Stories from the Arabian nights. - London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1907. - xvi, 133p: 50 col plates. - Illustrator: Dulac, Edmund.

Howitt, Mary Ann. Our cousins in Ohio. - London: Dacton, 1849. - viii; 296p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Howitt, Anna Mary.

Hughes, Thomas. Tom Brown's schooldays / by Thomas Hughes. - London: Routledge, 1903. - xx; 270p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Symington, J.Ayton.

Hughes, Tom. The scouring of the White Horse OR The long vacation of a London.. - Cambridge; Macmillan, 1859. - 244p; illus. - Illustrator: Doyle, Richard; illus engraved by Linton.

Hutton, Barbara. Castles and their heroes. - London: Griffith & Farran, 1868. - vii, 318p, 6plates. - Illustrator: Bowers, Georgina.

Hyne, C.J. Sandy Carmichael. - London: Samson, Low & Co, 1907. - xii; 308p ; 8 plates ;ill(some col.) - Illustrator: Hitchcock, Arthur.


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The illustrated book of songs for children. - London: Addey, 1850. - 122p; illus. - Illustrator: Foster, Birket.

Ingelow, Jean. Mopsa the fairy. - London: Dent, 1912. - xii; 208p; illus. - Illustrator: Curtis, Dora.

Ingelow, Jean. Mopsa the fairy / by Jean Ingelow. - London: Dent, 1912. - xii; 208p; illus. - Illustrator: Ravilious, Eric (title page, end covers) - 1925 reprint.

Ingoldsby, Thomas. The jackdaw of Rheims. - London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1889. - 19p; illus. - Illustrator: Jessop, Ernest Maurice.

Ingram, Archibald K. The greater triumph. A story of Osborne and Dartmouth. - London: Mowbray, [1911]. - 222p; 7 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Maxwell, Donald.

Irving, Washington. Rip Van Winkle. - London: John Macqueen, 1899. - 49p; 10 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Merrill, Frank T.

Irving, Washington. Rip van Winkle and the Legend of Sleepy Hollow. - London: Macmillan, 1893. - xii, 218p; 53illus. - Illustrator: Boughton, George Henry.


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Jacberus, Raymond. A handful of rebels. The escapades of five young pickles. - London: Jarrolds, n.d. - [iv]; 268p; col. plate. - Illustrator: Lumley, Auguste Savile. - Frontispiece by Savile Lumely.

Jacobs, Joseph (ed and introd by) The most delectable history of Reynard the fox. - London: Macmillan, 1895. - xxxviii; 260p; illus. - Illustrator: Calderson, William Frank.

James, Thomas. Aesop's fables / by Thomas James. - London: John Murray, 1852. - xx; 148p; illus. - Illustrator: Tenniel, Sir John.

James, Thomas. Aesop's fables / by Thomas James. - London: John Murray, 1852. - Illustrator: Tenniel, Sir John. - Intro dated 1848. - MOON 43.

Jeanne D'arc, the patriot martyr: and other narratives or. - London: Blackie & Son, [1890]. - 192p, plates; 19cm.

Jessie Oglethorpe: or, the story of a daughter's devotion. - Edinburgh: Johnstone, Hunter, 1868. - vi, 312p, plates: ills; 17cm. - The children's hour series.

Jessie Oglethorpe: or, the story of a daughter's devotion. - Edinburgh: Johnstone, Hunter, 1868. - vi, 312p, plates: ills; 17cm. - The children's hour series.

Johnston, William. A desert scout. A story of Arabis revolt / by William Johnston. - London: Partridge, [1912]. - 332p; 6 illus. - Illustrator: O'Holloway, Edgar.

Jolly Mother Goose annual. - London: Harrap, 1914. - [ca.100p]; illus (some col) - Illustrator: Wright, Blanche Fisher.

Josephine. Our children's pets. - London: Partridge, 1868. - viii, 160p, illus. - Illustrator: Anelay, Henry and Huard, L and others.

Josephine. Our children's pets. - London: Partridge, 1868. - viii, 160p; illus. - Illustrator: Fitzgerald and others.

Josephine. Our children's pets / by Josephine. - London: Partridge, 1868. - [viii]; 160p; illus. - Illustrator: Prior, and others.

Josephine. Our children's pets. - London: Partridge, [1868?]. - viii; 160p; illus. - Illustrator: Foster, Birket and others.

Josephine. Our children's pets. - London: Partridge, [1868?]. - viii; 160p; illus. - Illustrator: Gilbert, Sir John and others.

Josephine. Our children's pets. - London: Partridge, [1868?]. - viii; 160p; illus. - Illustrator: Keyl, Fredrich Wilhelm and others. - 2nd ed.

Josephine. Our children's pets. - London: Partridge, [1868?]. - viii; 160p; illus. - Illustrator: Macquoid, Thomas Robert and others.

Josephine. Our children's pets / by Josephine. - London: Partridge, [1868]. - viii; 160p; illus. - Illustrator: Weir, Harrison and others.


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Kelly, Arthur. The rosebud and other tales. - London: T. Fischer Unwin, 1909. - 78p; 20 plates; col illus. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Kennedy, Howard Angus. The new world fairy book. - London: Dent, n.d. - xii; 354p; illus. - Illustrator: Millar, Harold Robert. - Title page missing.

Kenyon, Edith. Lost in the backwoods / by Edith Kenyon. - London: Partridge, n.d. - 128p; illus. - Illustrator: Rainey, William.

Kingsley, Charles. The heroes or, Greek fairy tales for children / by Charles Kingsley. - London: Macmillan, 1889. - xxii; 218p; illus. - Illustrator: Whymper, J.M.

Kingston, W.H. Ben Burton, or, Born and bred at sea / by W.H. Kingston. - London: Nelson, n.d. - iv; 332p; 4 plates; col. ills. - Illustrator: Webb, Archibald Bertram.

Kingston, W.H.G. The Gilpins and their fortunes. A story of early days in Australia. - London: Sheldon Press, n.d. - 159p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Webb, Archibald Bertram.

Kingston, W.H.G. Hurricane Hurry / by W.H.G. Kingston. - London: Frowde, Hodder & Co, 1914. - viii; 470p; col. ills. - Illustrator: Webb, Archibald Bertram.

Kingston, W.H.G. My first voyage to the southern seas / by W.H.G. Kingston. - London: Nelson, n.d. - 412p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Pearse, Alfred.

Kingston, W.H.G. Roger Willoughby / by W.H.G. Kingston. - London: Humphrey Milford OUP, n.d. - vi; 402p; col. plate. - Illustrator: Webb, Archibald Bertram. - 1923 reprint; frontispiece by A. Webb.

Kingston, W.H.G. Will Weatherhelm. The yarn of an old sailor / By W.H.G. Kingston. - London: Frowde, Hodder & Co, 1915. - 469p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Webb, Archibald Bertram.

Kingston, W.H.G. The three admirals / by W.H.G Kingston. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 368p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Wigfull, W. Edward.

Kingston, W.H.G. The three midshipmen / by W.H.G.Kingston. - London: Collins Clear Type Pr, n.d. - 336p; col illus. - Illustrator: Tod, Richard. - 2 copies.

Kingston, W.H.G. The two supercargoes, or, Adventures in savage Africa. - London: Nelson, n.d. - xvi; 298p; 4 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Skinner, Edward F.

Kingston, W.H.G. The voyage around the world / by W.H.G. Kingston. - London: Nelson, n.d. - 415p; 5 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Soper, George.

Kingston, W.H.G. James Braithwaite the supercargo. The story of his adventures. - London: Humphrey Milford OUP, n.d. - xii, 266p:4plates, illus (some col. - Illustrator: Dugdale, T.C.

Kingston, W.H.G. Peter Trawl. The adventures of a whaler. - London: Humphrey Milford OUP, n.d. - vi, 350p: 4 plates; col. ill. - Illustrator: Durden, James.

Kingston, William H. Peter the whaler. His early life and adventures in the Arctic. - London: Partridge, n.d. - 298p; 6 illus. - Illustrator: Greene, J.B. - regions.

Kingston, William H.G. The heir of Kilfinnan. A tale of the shore and ocean. - London: Nelson, n.d. - vi; 355p; 4 plates; col illus. - Illustrator: Holloway, Herbert.

Kingston, William H.G. Salt water; the sealife and adventures of Neil D'Arcy. - London: Griffith et al, n.d. - 371p; illus. - Illustrator: Anelay / Henry.

Kingston, William H.G. The three commanders or, Active service afloat in modern days. - London: Griffith, Fauran & Co, n.d. - 464p; illus. - Illustrator: Friston, David Henry.

Kipling, Rudyard. The jungle Book. - London; Macmillan, 1916. - viii, 276pp; illus. - Illustrator: Drake, William H and others.

Kipling, Rudyard. The jungle book. - London: Macmillan, 1916. - viii; 276p; illus. - Illustrator: Frenzeny, Paul and others.

Kipling, Rudyard. The jungle book. - London: Macmillan, 1916. - viii; 276p; illus. - Illustrator: Kipling, J.L and others. - 2nd ed.

Klickmann, Flora. The little girl's sweet book. - London: Girl's Own, [1923?]. - [iv]; 68p; illus. - Illustrator: Lee, Rosa. - The Little Girl's series.


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L'Estrange, Sir Roger. Fables of Aesop and other eminent mythologies. - London: [s.n.], 1692. - 31.5x19.7cm, 2 copperpl.eng. - Illustrator: White, R (engraved after G.Kneller) - 1st edition. - MOON 36.

Lamb, Charles and Mary. Tales from Shakespeare. - London: Nister; N.Y.: Dutton, n.d. - 319p; 6 plates; Illus. (some col.) - Illustrator: Paget, Walter Stanley ("Wal")

Lang, Alice. Harry Lester / by Alice Lang. - London: Religious Tract Soc, n.d. - 128p; plate. - Illustrator: Weedon, J.F. - Frontispiece by J.F. Weedon.

Lang, Andrew. Johnny Nut and the golden goose. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1887. - 45p; illus. - Illustrator: Lynen, A.M. - Translated from the French of Charles Deulin.

Lang, Andrew. Little Wildrose and other stories / edited by Andrew Lang. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1906. - 258p: plate; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice. - from the Crimson Fairy Book.

Lang, Andrew. The blue fairy book / edited by Andrew Lang. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1891. - xx; 351p; illus. - Illustrator: Speed, Lancelot and H.J. Ford.

Lang, Andrew. The blue fairy book. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1926. - [7], 390p: ill. - Illustrator: Ford, H.J.

Lang, Andrew. The blue fairy book. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1949. - xii; 372p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Kutcher, Ben.

Lang, Andrew. The brown fairy book. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, n.d. - xiv; 350p: 8plates;ill some col. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice. - Impression 1941.

Lang, Andrew. The chronicles of Pantonflia / by Andrew Lang. - Bristol: Arrowsmith, 1943. - xii, 244: ill. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick.

Lang, Andrew. The gold of Fairnilee. An excerpt from the annals of Scotland. - Bristol: Arrowsmith, 1933. - 172p; plate; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Lemann E.A. and Scott, T.

Lang, Andrew. The gold of Fairnilee. An excerpt from the annals of Scotland. - Bristol: Arrowsmith, 1933. - 172p; plate; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Scott, T and E.A. Lemann.

Lang, Andrew. The green fairy book. - N.Y.: Hurst, n.d. - xiv; 366p: illus. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice.

Lang, Andrew. The lilac fairy book. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1901. – xii; 388p: 8plates; ill some col. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice. - Impression 1902.

Lang, Andrew. The magician's gifts and other stories. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1909. - 252p: plate; illus some col. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice. - from the Crimson, Green and Brown Fairy Books.

Lang, Andrew. The pink fairy book. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1927. - x; 360p: illus. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice.

Lang, Andrew. The red romance book. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1905. - xii; 372p: 8 plates; ill some col. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice.

Lang, Andrew. The yellow fairy book. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1950. - xx; 329p; illus. - Illustrator: Holland, Janice.

Lang, Andrew (editor) The animal story book. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1914. - xiv; 400p: illus. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice.

Lang, Andrew (editor) The blue fairy book. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1891. - xx, 351p: illus. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice and Speed, Lancelot.

Lang, Andrew (editor) The book of romance. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1902. - xiv; 384p: 8plates; illus (some col. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice.

Lang, Andrew (editor) The green fairy book. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1895. - xiv; 366p: illus. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice. - 4th edition, two other copies dated 1914 and 1919.

Lang, Andrew (editor) The lilac fairy book. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1914. - xvi; 369p: 6plates; ill some col. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice.

Lang, Andrew (editor) The orange fairy book. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1906. - xiv; 358p:8plates; ill some col. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice. - 2 copies (other dated 1914)

Lang, Andrew (editor) The red book of animal stories. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1914. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice.

Lang, Jeanie. The story of Robert the Bruce. - London: T.C & E.C. Jack, n.d. - viii, 120p. 8plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Blaikie, F.M.B. - N.Y.: Ontton.

Lang, Mrs. The book of princes and princesses. - London: Longman, Green & Co, 1908. - 361p; 8 plates; llus (some co.l) - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice. - edited by Andrew Lang.

Lang, Mrs. The book of saints and heroes / edited by Andrew Lang. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1921. - xii; 351p:12 plates; ill some col. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice.

Language of flowers / by Kate Greenaway. - London: Routledge, [1884?]. - 80p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Greenaway, Kate. - 2 copies.

Le Feuvre, Amy. Odd made even / by Amy Le Feuvre. - London: Religious Tract Soc, n.d. - 320p; illus. - Illustrator: Copping, Harold.

Le Feuvre, Amy. Probable sons / by Amy Le Feuvre. - London: Religious Tract Soc, n.d. - 132p; illus. - Illustrator: Copping, Harold.

Le Feuvre, Amy. Robin's heritage. - London: Humphrey Milford, 1917. - 192p: ill. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick.

Le Feuvre, Amy. Teddy's button / by Amy Le Feuvre. - London: Religious Tract Soc, [1897?]. - 96p; illus. - Illustrator: Lance, Eveline. - 2 copies.

Le Feuvre, Amy. Teddy's button. - London: Religious Tract Soc, [1897?]. - 96p; illus. - Illustrator: Lance, Eveline. - 2 copies.

Le Feuvre, Amy. The mender / by Amy Le Feuvre. - London: Religious Tract Soc, 1906. - vi; 343p; 12 plates. - Illustrator: Rainey, William. - 2 copies (the other 2nd impression)

Le Feuvre, Amy. A puzzling pair / by Amy Le Feuvre. - London: Religious Tract Soc, [1898?]. - 144p; illus. - Illustrator: Lance, Eveline. - 2 copies.

Le Queux. The great white queen / by Le Queux. - London: Shaw, [1900]. - 312p; 6 plates. - Illustrator: Pearse, Alfred.

Lear, Edward. Nonsense botany and nonsense alphabets / by Edward Lear. - London: Robert John Bush, 1875. - [ca.200p]; illus. - Illustrator: Lear, Edward.

Lear, Edward. Nonsense botany and nonsense alphabets / by Edward Lear. - London: Warne, 1889. - 142p; illus. - Illustrator: Lear, Edward. - 5th ed.

Lear, Edward. The book of nonsense / by Edward Lear. - London: Warne, 1903. - [111] leaves; 110 illus. - Illustrator: Lear, Edward. - 36th ed.

Lee, Mrs R. Anecdotes of the habits and instincts of animals / by Mrs R. Lee. - London: Grant & Griffith, 1852. - viii; 384p; illus. - Illustrator: Weir, Harrison.

Leeming, John F. Claudius the bee / by John F. Leeming. - London: Harrap, 1936. - 160p; plate; illus (some col) - Illustrator: Ogle, Richard B.

Legn, M. Cornwall. Darling, or, The little orphans / by M. Cornwall Legn. - London: Nelson, n.d. - 256p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Rainey, William.

Lemon, Mark. Fairy tales / by Mark Lemon. - London: Bradbury, Evans & Co, 1871. - 2v. in 1(x183p; illus; 189p; illus) - Illustrator: Bennett, Charles Henry and others.

Lemon, Mark. Fairy tales / by Mark Lemon. - London; Bradbury, Erans & Co, 1871. - 2v.in1(x, 183p; illus; 189p; illus. - Illustrator: Doyle, Richard & others.

Leslie, Henry. Little songs for me to sing / by Henry Leslie. - London: Cassell, Petter & Co, n.d. - [34]p; illus. - Illustrator: Millais, Sir John Everett. - 3rd ed.

Leyland, Eric. Treasure in Devon / by Eric Leyland. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 254p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Spring-Smith, E.

The life of a bear. His birth, education and adventures. - London: Seeley, Jackson & Co, 1875. - iv; 299p; 24 illus. - Illustrator: Lancon, Auguste Andre.

Lindsay, Jack. The dons sight Devon. A story of the defeat of the..Armada. - London: Cumberledge OUP, 1941. - 287p; 6 illus. - Illustrator: Uden, E. Boye. - 1951 reprint.

Little Red Riding Hood, and, The history of Tom Thumb. - London: Dent, 1895. - 58p: illus. - Illustrator: Adams, H. Isabel.

The little sportsman's alphabet. - London: Warne, n.d. - 22p; illus. - Illustrator: Grey, Fred.

Littlewood, S.R. The child of the sea / by S.R. Littlewood. - London: Simpkin & Co, 1915. - 196p, 8 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Appleton, Honor C. - 1st edition.

Littlewood, S.R. The master of the musicians. A story of Handel's days. - London: Seeley and Co, 1896. - viii, 338p, 8 plates. - Illustrator: Ansted, Alexander.

Living words, a series of short gospel. - London: Alfred Holness, [1900]. - plate: ills; 13cm.

Locker, Mrs Frederick. What the blackbird said. A story in four chirps. - London: Routledge, 1881. - 87p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Loon, Hendrick Willem van. The story of the Bible / by Hendrick Willem van Loon. - London: Fisher Unwin, 1924. - xviii; 413p; illus. - Illustrator: Loon, Hendrick Willem van.

Lucas, E.V. Mr.Punch's children's book / by E.V. Lucas. - London: Punch Office, [1905]. - [ca.200p]; illus (some col) - Illustrator: Morgan, Olga.

Lucas, E.V. Runaways and Castaways / by E.V. Lucas. - London: Wells, Gardner, 1908. - xxx, 310p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Bedford, Francis Donkin.

Lucas, E.V. Anne's terribly good nature, and other stories for children. - London: Chatto & Windus, 1908. - viii, 262p, 12 plates. - Illustrator: Buckland, A.H.

Lynn, Escott. Blair of the balaclava. A hero of the Light Brigade. - London: Chambers, 1911. - xvi; 392p; 6 plates; col illus. - Illustrator: Groome, William Henry Charles.

Lynn, Escott. For name and nation. A story of the days of Marlborough. - London: Chambers, 1919. - viii; 400p; 6 plates; col ill. - Illustrator: Rainey, William.

Lyster, Annette. ' Twixt day and night. A story of two villages / by Annette Lyster. - London: S.P.C.K, n.d. - 250p; illus. - Illustrator: Paget, Henry Marriott.


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Macdonald, Donald and John F Edgar. The Warrigal's well. A north Australian story. - London: Ward, Locke & Co, 1901. - 307p; illus. - Illustrator: Macfarlane, J.

Macdonald, George. At the back of the north wind / by George Macdonald. - London: Blackie, [1886?]. - vi; 378p; 75 illus. - Illustrator: Hughes, Arthur. - Illus engraved by Dalziel.

Macdonald, George. The history of Gutta-Percha Willie. The working genius. - London: Blackie, [1887?]. - vi; 212p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Hughes, Arthur.

Macdonald, George. The princess and the goblin / by George Macdonald. - London: Blackie, [1893?]. - vi; 313p; 30 illus. - Illustrator: Hughes, Arthur.

Macdonald, Goerge. A rough shaking / by George Macdonald. - London: Blackie, [1890]. - 384p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Parkinson, William.

Mack, Robert Ellice. Little bright eyes. A picture book / by Robert Ellice Mack. - London: Nister, [1889?]. - 70p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Bennett, Harriet M and Mack, Lizzie.

Mackarness, Matilda Anne. The dream chintz / by Matilda Anne Mackarness. - London: W.N. Wright, 1851. - 118p: ill. - Illustrator: Godwin, James. - 2nd edition.

Mackenzie, Compton. Santa Claus in Summer / by Compton Mackenzie. - London: Constable, 1924. - viii; 298p; illus. - Illustrator: Watson, A.H.

Macpherson, John F. Children for ever / by John F. Macpherson. - London: John Long, 1908. - 352p; 17 plates; ill (some col) - Illustrator: Sarg, Tony. - 1st edition.

The man's boot, and other tales, or, Fabulous truths in words. - London: Griffith & Farran, 1876. - 88p; illus. - Illustrator: Weir, Harrison. - of one syllable.

Mande, Mary. A story of Loveday Treherne. A tale of early Quakers. - London; H.R. Allenson, n.d. - xiv, 154p, plate; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Deacon, Doris.

Manville Fenn, G. Coastguard Jack / by G. Manville Fenn. - London: Edward Nister, n.d. - 40p: illus. - Illustrator: Dudley, Ambrose.

Marie, Queen of Roumania. The story of naughty Kildeen. - London: Humphrey Milford OUP, 1922. - 95p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Job.

Marryat, Captain. Jacob Faithful. - London; Deny, 1896. - viii, 429p, 3 plates. - Illustrator: Downing, W. (illus. by) and Wright-Nooth.

Marryat, Captain. Japhet. In search of a father. - London: Macmillan, 1930. - xii, 401p, illus. - Illustrator: Brock, Henry Matthew.

Marryat, Captain. Joseph Rushbrook, or, The poacher / by Captain Marryat. - London: Dent, 1896. - xvi; 345p; 3 plates. - Illustrator: Symington, J. Ayton. - 1929 reprint.

Marryat, Captain. The King's own. - London; Dent, 1896. - xii, 450p, 3plates. - Illustrator: Downing, D. (illus drawn by) and Wright-.

Marryat, Captain. Newton Forster, or, The merchant service. - London: Dent, 1896. - viii; 403p; 3 plates. - Illustrator: Murray, Charles Oliver.

Marryat, Captain. Percival Keene. - London; Phoenix Book Co., n.d. - vi, 409p; 3plates. - Illustrator: D. Downing (illustrations drawn by) & Wri.

Marryat, Captain. Peter Simple / by Captain Marryat. - London: Macmillan, 1895. - xxx; 493p; illus. - Illustrator: Symington, J. Ayton.

Marryat, Captain. The patcha of many tales. - London: Routledge, 1873. - 348p: illus. - Illustrator: Evans, Edmund.

Marryat, Captain. The settlers in Canada. - London; Wells, n.d. - xii, 371p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel, illus. engraved by (Farringdon.

Marryat, Cecil. Hugh's sacrifice. - London: Griffith, Farran & Co, 1886. - viii; 182p; 4 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Furniss, Harry.

Marshall, Emma. The Master of the musicians. A story of Handel's days. - London: Seeley and Co, 1896. - viii, 338p, 8 plates. - Illustrator: Ansted, Alexander.

Marshall, Emma. Mistress Matchett's mistake. - London; James Nisbet, 1905. - iv, 348p, plate, 6th ed. - Illustrator: Dixon, Arthur A.

Marshall, H.E. Scotland's story. A child's history of Scotland. - London: T.C. & E.C.Jack, [1906?]. - xv; 428p; 20 plates; col illus. - Illustrator: Skelton, Joseph Ratcliffe.

Marshall, H.E. Our island story. A history of England for boys and girls. - London: T.C. & E.C. Jack, n.d. - xvi; 523p: 31 plates, col ills. - Illustrator: Forrest, Archibald Stevenson.

Marshall, H.E. Scotland's story. A child's history of Scotland. - London: T.C. & E.C. Jack, 1906. - xvi; 428p; 20 plates;col illus. - Illustrator: Crompton, J. Shaw and others.

Marshall, H.E. Scotland's history. A child's history of Scotland. - London: T.C. & E.C. Jack, [1906?]. - xvi; 428p; 20 plates; col ill. - Illustrator: Hassall, John and others.

Martineau, Harriet. Feats on the fiord. A tale of Norway. - London: Ward, Locke & Co, n.d. - 241p: 40 illus. - Illustrator: Ebbutt, Phil.

Martineau, Harriet. The peasant and the prince. - London: Routledge & Warne, 1859. - 191p: plate. - Illustrator: Absolon /John (illustrator) frontispiece.

Masefield, John. A book of discoveries. - London: Wells, Gardner & Co, n.d. - xii, 354p: ill. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator)

Mason, James. The old fairy tales / collected and edited by James Mason. - London: Cassell, n.d. - 160p; illus. - Illustrator: Smith, J.Moyr.

Matineau, Harriet. The peasant and the prince. - London: Routledge, 1885. - 252p; 40 illus. - Illustrator: Fraser, F.A. - Illustrations engraved by Dalziel.

Matthews, Julia. Drayton Hall, and other tales illustrating the Beatitudes. - London: James Nisbet, 1904. - viii; 567p; illus. - Illustrator: Hewerdine, Matthew B.

Mayhew Bros. The magic of kindness, or, The wondrous story of the good Huan. - London: Darton, [1849?]. - viii; 296p; illus. - Illustrator: Cruikshank, George and Meadows, Kenny.

Mayhew, (Bros) The magic of kindness, or, The wondrous story of the good Huan. - London: Darton, [1849?]. - viii; 296p; illus. - Illustrator: Meadows, Kenny and Cruikshank, George.

Meade, L.T. A wild Irish girl. - London: Chambers, 1910. - vi, 420p, 8 plates, col. illus. - Illustrator: Baumer, Lewis.

Meade, L.T. Heart of gold / by L.T. Meade. - London: Warne, 1891. - 316p; 12 illus. - Illustrator: Partridge, Sir John Bernard.

Meade, L.T. Heart of gold / by L.T. Meade. - London: Warne, 1891. - 316p; 12 illus. - Illustrator: Thorn, Stanley and Bernard Partridge.

Meade, L.T. Water gipsies, or, The adventures of Tag, Rag and Bobtail. - London: Shaw, [1898]. - 224p; illus. - Illustrator: Petherick, Horace William.

Meade, L.T. White lilies and other tales / by L.T. Meade. - London: Shaw, [n.d.]. - iv; 132p; plate; illus. - Illustrator: Petherick, Horace William. - Frontispiece by H.W. Petherick.

Meade, L.T. The princess of the revels / by L.T. Meade. - London: Chambers, 1909. - [vi]; 299p; 6 plates. - Illustrator: Tarrant, Percy.

Meade, L.T. The witch maid / by L.T. Meade. - London; Nisbet, 1905. - 298p, plate. - Illustrator: Dixon, Arthur A; frontispiece by.

Meade, L.T. Aylwyn's friends / by L.T. Meade. - London: Chambers, 1909. - 406p; 10 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Earnshaw, Harold C.

Meade, L.T. Polly. A new fashioned girl / by L.T. Meade. - London: Cassell, 1889. - vii; 284p: 8 plates. - Illustrator: Edwards, Mary Ellen.

Meade, L.T. The children of Wilton Chase / by L.T. Meade. - London: Chambers, 1891. - 293p; 6 illus. - Illustrator: Hopkins, Everard.

Meade, L.T. The red cap of liberty / by L.T. Meade. - London: Nisbet, 1909. - xi, 323p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Dixon, Arthur A.

Meade, L.T. A world of girls / by L.T. Meade. - London: Cassell, 1895. - 288p: 8 plates. - Illustrator: Edwards, Mary Ellen.

Meade, Liberty T. The red cap of liberty / by L.T. Meade. - London; Nisbet, 1907. - xii, 323p; illus. - Illustrator: Dixon, Arthur A (illus dated 1909 - repr.

Meiklejohn, I.M.D. The golden primer. - London: Blackwood, n.d. - 2v; each 32p; col illus. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Melville, Herman. Moby Dick, or, The whale / by Herman Melville. - London: Low, Marston & Co, n.d. - [x]; 492p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Taber, I.W.

Metcalfe, W. Charles. All hands on deck!. - London: Blackie, [1915?]. - 287p. - Illustrator: Rainey, William.

Metcalfe, William Charles. Nailing the colours, or, The light that shines. - London: Jarrold, 1895. - 360p; 6 plates. - Illustrator: Manton, G. Grenville.

Mijatovich, Elode L. Serbian fairy tales. - London: Heinemann, 1917. - viii; 204p; 16 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Stanley, Sydney. - Translated from the Serbian by Elode L. Mijatovich.

Milkmaid. The milkmaid. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 24p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Miller, Thomas. The country yearbook / by Thomas Miller. - London: Chapman & Hall, 1848. - xii; 124p; 140 illus (some col. - Illustrator: Vizetelly, Henry and others.

Milne, A.A. The Christopher Robin story book / by A.A. Milne. - London: Methuen, n.d. - x; 171p; illus. - Illustrator: Shepard, Ernest Howard. - First published 1929.

Milne, A.A. Now we are six / by A.A. Milne. - London: Methuen, 1927. - xii; 104p; illus. - Illustrator: Shepard, Ernest Howard. - 1st edition.

Milne, A.A. When we were very young / by A.A. Milne. - London: Methuen, 1925. - [100]p; illus. - Illustrator: Shepard, Ernest Howard. - 7th ed; autographed by author.

Milne, A.A. When we were very young / by A.A. Milne. - London: Methuen, 1927. - xii; 100p; illus. - Illustrator: Shepard, Ernest Howard. - 16th ed; 2 copies.

Milne, A.A. When we were very young / by A.A. Milne. - London: Methuen, 1942. - xii; 100p; illus. - Illustrator: Shepard, Ernest Howard. - 36th ed; 2 copies.

Milne, A.A. Winnie-the-Pooh / by A.A. Milne. - London: Methuen, 1927. - xvi; 160p; illus. - Illustrator: Shepard, Ernest Howard. - 3rd ed.

Milne, A.A. Winnie-the-Pooh / by A.A. Milne. - London: Methuen, n.d. - xi; 158p; illus. - Illustrator: Shepard, Ernest Howard. - Includes endpapers; first pub in 1926.

Milne, A.A. A gallery of children / by A.A. Milne. - London: Harrap, 1939. - 144p; illus. - Illustrator: Warren, A.H.

Milne, A.A. The house at Pooh corner / by A.A. Milne. - London: Methuen, 1928. - xii; 180p; illus. - Illustrator: Shepard, Ernest Howard. - 1st edition; 2 copies.

Milne, A.A. The house at Pooh corner / by A.A .Milne. - London: Methuen, n.d. - ix; 178p; illus. - Illustrator: Shepard, Ernest Howard. - Includes endpapers; first pub in 1928.

Milnes Gaskell, Catherine. Lady Ann's fairy tales. - London: Grant Richards, 1924. - 258p, 12 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Atkinson, Maud Tindal.

Miss Matty, or, Our youngest passenger and other tales. - Edinburgh: Johnstone, Hunter, 1866. - viii, 328p, plates: ills; 17cm. - Illustrator: Small, William and others. - The children's hour series.

Mockler, Geraldine. Our friend Jim. - London: Blackie, [1912?]. - 168p; illus. - Illustrator: Jackson, A.E.

Mockler, Geraldine. Our friend Jim. - London: Blackie, [1912?]. - 168p; illus. - Illustrator: Jackson, A.E.

Modern. The modern cries of London. - London: Read, n.d. - 8p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Cruikshank.

The modern cries of London. - London: Read & Co, [1865?]. - MOON.

Moffat, Alfred. Our old nursery rhymes. The original tunes harmonised by - London: Angener, 1911. - 64p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Le Mair, H. Willebeek.

Moffat, Alfred. Our old nursery rhymes. The original tunes harmonised by - London: Angener, 1911. - 64p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Le Mair, H. Willebeek.

Molesworth, Mrs. Hermes. The story of a little girl. - London: Chambers, 1911. - 160p illus (Cham suppl readers) - Illustrator: Baumer, Lewis.

Molesworth, Mrs. Hoodie. - London: Chambers, 1903. - v, 270p illus. - Illustrator: Baumer, Lewis.

Molesworth, Mrs. ' My pretty' and her little brother 'Too' and other stories. - London: Chambers, 1901. - 229p, 17 plates, illus(some col.) - Illustrator: Baumer, Lewis.

Molesworth, Mrs. Stories for children. An illustration of the Lord's Prayer. - London: Gardner, Davton & Co, 1898. - xii, 265p, illus. - Illustrator: Barnes, Robert.

Molesworth, Mrs. The blue baby, and other stories. - London: Chambers, 1905. - vi, 272p, 12 plates. - Illustrator: Baumer, Lewis.

Molesworth, Mrs. Carrots, just a little boy. - London: Macmillan, 1885. - viii; 241p; 7 plates. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Molesworth, Mrs. A Christmas child. A sketch of a boy-life. - London: Macmillan, 1880. - x; 223p; 7 plates. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Molesworth, Mrs. Christmas-tree land. - London: Macmillan, 1884. - vii; 223p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Molesworth, Mrs. Grandmother dear. A book for boys and girls. - London: Macmillan, 1878. - x; 262p; 7 plates. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Molesworth, Mrs. Greyling towers. A story for the young / by Mrs Molesworth. - London: Chambers, [1900?]. - [vii]; 279p; 17 illus. - Illustrator: Tarrant, Percy.

Molesworth, Mrs. Hoodie. - London: Routledge, 1882. - vi; 269p: 12 plates. - Illustrator: Edwards, Mary Ellen.

Molesworth, Mrs. Imogen, or, Only Eighteen. - London: Chambers, n.d. - 272p; 4 illus. - Illustrator: Bone, Herbert A.

Molesworth, Mrs. Little Miss Peggy. Only a nursery story. - London: Macmillan, 1891. - x; 195p; 13 plates. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Molesworth, Mrs. Little Mother Bundi. - London: Cassell, 1911. - 240p; col. plate. - Illustrator: Earnshaw, Elizabeth.

Molesworth, Mrs. Mary. A nursery story for very little children. - London: Macmillan, 1893. - vii, 180p, 7 plates. - Illustrator: Brooke, Leonard Leslie.

Molesworth, Mrs. Our winds farm. - London: Macmillan, 1887. - viii; 180p; 7 plates;1898reprint. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Molesworth, Mrs. Peterkin. - London: Macmillan, 1902. - [viii]; 198p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Millar, Harold Robert.

Molesworth, Mrs. Rosy. - London: Macmillan, 1882. - viii; 204p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Molesworth, Mrs. Stories for children. An illustration of the Lord's prayer. - London: Gardner, Darton & Co, 1898. - xii, 265p: ill. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator)

Molesworth, Mrs. Stories for children. An illustration of the Lord's Prayer. - London: Gardner, Davton & Co, 1898. - xii; 265p: illus. - Illustrator: Edwards, Mary Ellen and others.

Molesworth, Mrs. Stories for children. An illustration of the Lord's Prayer. - London: Gardner, Darton & Co, 1898. - xii; 265p; illus. - Illustrator: Groome, William Henry Charles and others. - 2nd ed.

Molesworth, Mrs. Two little waifs. - London: Macmillan, 1899. - viii; 216p; 7 plates. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Molesworth, Mrs. Us. An old fashioned story. - London: Macmillan, 1885. - viii; 240p; 7 plates. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Molesworth, Mrs. White Turrets / by Mrs Molesworth. - London: Chambers, n.d. - 230p; illus. - Illustrator: Rainey, William.

Molesworth, Mrs. The adventures of Herr Baby. - London: Macmillan, 1881. - viii; 171p; 12 plates. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Molesworth, Mrs. The children of the castle. - London: Macmillan, 1890. - x; 196p; 7 plates. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Molesworth, Mrs. An enchanted garden. Fairy stories. - London: T. Fischer Unwin, 1907. - viii; 221p; illus. - Illustrator: Hennessy, William John. - 4th impression.

Molesworth, Mrs. The girls and I: a veracious history. - London: Macmillan, 1898. - viii, 192p, 7 plates. - Illustrator: Brooke, Leonard Leslie.

Molesworth, Mrs. The house that grew / by Mrs Molesworth. - London: Macmillan, 1900. - [vi]; 206p; 7 plates. - Illustrator: Woodward, Alice Bolingbroke.

Molesworth, Mrs. A house to let / by Mrs Molesworth. - London: S.P.C.K, 1889. - 96p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: W.J.M.

Molesworth, Mrs. The magic nuts. - London: Macmillan, 1898. - x, 194p, 8 plates. - Illustrator: Pitman, Rosie M.M. (illustrator)

Molesworth, Mrs. The old pincushion, or, Aunt Clotilda's guests. - London: Griffith & Farran, 1889. - 192p; illus. - Illustrator: Hope, Mrs Adrian.

Molesworth, Mrs. The palace in the garden. - London: Longmans, Green & co, 1895. - viii, 298p; illus. - Illustrator: Bennett, Harriet M.

Molesworth, Mrs. The ruby ring. - London: Macmillan, 1904. - viii, 213p, 8 plates. - Illustrator: Pitman, Rosie M.M. (illustrator)

Molesworth, Mrs. The three witches. - London: Chambers, 1900. - 278p, illus. - Illustrator: Baumer, Lewis.

Molesworth, Mrs. The wood-pigeons and Mary. - London: Macmillan, 1913. - [vi]; 192p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Millar, Harold Robert.

Molesworth, Mrs. The palace in the garden. - London: Chambers, n.d. - iv, 245p, 6 plates. - Illustrator: Benatar, Molly.

Molesworth, Mrs. The story of a spring morning. - London: Chambers, n.d. - iv, 272p, 6 plates. - Illustrator: Benatar, Molly.

Moonshine and clover. - London: Cape, 1922. - 220p; illus. - Illustrator: Housman, Laurence. - 3rd impression 1937; Engraved by Clarence Housman.

Mooraj, Joseph, J. Ye booke of nursery rhymes / set to music by Joseph J.Moraj. - London: Bell, [1895]. - [ca.100p]; illus. - Illustrator: Woodroffe, Paul Vincent.

Moore, F. Frankfort. Under Hatches, or, Ned Woodthorpe's adventures. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 352p; 6 plates. - Illustrator: Forestier, A.

Moore, F. Frankfort. Tre, Pol and Pen / by F.Frankfort Moore. - London: S.P.C.K, n.d. - 320p; illus. - Illustrator: Overend, William Heysman.

More fairy-tales from the arabian nights. - London: J M Dent & Co, 1895. - 256p, 5plates: ills; 24cm. - Illustrator: Batten, J.D. - Second series.

Morley, Henry. The chicken market and other fairy tales. - London: Cassell Petter & Galpin, 1877. - viii, 362p; illus. - Illustrator: Bennett, Charles Henry.

Morris, William. Stories from the earthly paradise. - London: Harrap, 1906. - xvi; 239p; 16 plates. - Illustrator: Hammond, Gertrude Demain and others. - Retold from William Morris by Madalen Edgar.

Morris, William. Stories from the earthly paradise / by William Morris. - London: Harrap, 1906. - xvi; 239p; 16 plates. - Illustrator: Paul, Evelyn and others. - Retold from William Morris by Madalen Edgar.

Morris, William. Stories from the earthly paradise / by William Morris. - London: Harrap, 1906. - xvi; 239p; 16 plates. - Illustrator: Poynter, Sir Edward John and others. - Retold from William Morris by Madalen Edgar.

Morris, William. Stories from the earthly paradise / by William Morris. - London: Harrap, 1906. - xvi; 239p; 16 plates. - Illustrator: Sainton, Charles Prosper and others.

Mure, Eleanor. The story of the three bears. - London: London O.U.P, 1967. - [30]p ; col. illus. - Illustrator: Mure, Eleanor. - Fascism ed; facsimile of the 1831 manuscript.

Murray, Charlotte. From school to castle / by Charlotte Murray. - London: Partridge, n.d. - 298p; 6 illus. - Illustrator: Thiede, Edwin Adolf.


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N or M. - London: Wells, Gardner & Co, n.d. - 304p; illus. - Illustrator: Miles, H.J.A. - 3rd ed.

Neale, J.M. The farm of Aptonga. A story for children of the times of S. Cyprian. - London: S.P.C.K., n.d. - 209p; illus. - Illustrator: Stacey, Walter Sydney. - 1902 reprint; 2 copies.

Neale, Jane K. Philip Wright OR The English Oak. - London; Warne, n.d. - iv, 101p; col. plate. - Illustrator: Dalziel, frontispiece engraved by.

Nesbit, Edith. New treasure seekers, little brother 'Too'and other stories. - London: T. Fischer Unwin, 1907. - 328p, illus. - Illustrator: Baumer, Lewis and Browne, Gordon.

Nesbit, Edith. The story of the treasure seekers. - London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1905. - xii, 296p, 17 plates. - Illustrator: Baumer, Lewis.

Nesbit, E. Five children and it. - London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1902. - xvi; 301p; 46 plates. - Illustrator: Millar, Harold Robert.

Nesbit, E. The enchanted castle. - London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1907. - 352p; 47 illus. - Illustrator: Millar, Harold Robert.

Nesbit, E. The magic city. - London: Macmillan, 1910. - xiv; 333p; illus. - Illustrator: Millar, Harold Robert.

Nesbit, E. The story of the amulet. - London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1906. - 374p; 48 illus. - Illustrator: Millar, Harold Robert.

Nesbit, E. The wonderful garden, or, The three c's. - London: Benn, 1930. - xiv; 402p; illus. - Illustrator: Millar, Harold Robert.

Nesbit, Edith. New treasure seekers. - London: T. Fisher Orwin, 1907. - 328p: ill. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator, w.

Nesbit, Edith. The story of the treasure seekers. - London: T. Fisher Unwin, [1905?]. - xii, 296p, 17 plates. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator)

Nesbitt, M.L. Grammar-land, or, Grammar in fun for the children. - London: Houlston, 1877. - viii; 120p; plate; illus. - Illustrator: Waddy, F. - Frontispiece and intitials by F.Waddy; 3rd edition.

Newbolt, Henry. The book of Grenvilles / by Henry Newbolt. - London: Longmans, 1921. - vi; 263 p. :5 plates;illus(some col. - Illustrator: Ford, Henry Justice.

Newman, William. Aunt Oddema Dodd's whispers about certain little people. - London: Dean, [1857]. - [16]; illus. - Illustrator: Newman, William. - Late one of the 'Punch' artists; 1st series.

Newman, William. Moveable shadows. - London: Dean, n.d. - 8 col plates. - Illustrator: Newman, William. - Late one of the 'Punch' artists; 1st series.

Norris, Emilia Marryat. The children's pic-nic, and what came of it. - London: Griffith & Farran, 1868. - 122p; illus (some col) - Illustrator: Marryat, Augusta.

Norris, Emilia Marryat. The children's pic-nic, and what came of it. - London: Griffith & Farran, n.d. - 160p; illus (some col) - Illustrator: Marryat, Augusta.

Number four Joy Street: a medley of prose and verse. - Oxford: Blackwell, [1926?]. - xii, 228p, 8 plates: ill. - Illustrator: Rountree, Harry.

Number four Joy Street: a medley of prose and verse. - Oxford: Blackwell, [1926?]. - xii, 228p, 8 plates: ill. - Illustrator: Gravill, G.M and others.

Number four Joy Street. A medley of prose and verse for boys. - Oxford: Blackwell, [1926?]. - xii; 228p; 8 plates; ill. - Illustrator: Watson, A.H and others.

Number four Joy Street. A medley of prose & verse for boys & girls. - Oxford: Blackwell, 1926. - xiii, 228p, 8 plates, illus. - Illustrator: Allen, Marian and others.

Number four Joy Street. Amedley of prose and verse for boys. - Oxford: Blackwell, [1926?]. - xii; 228p; 8 plates; ill (some col.) - Illustrator: Nightingale, Charles Thrupp.


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O'Neill, H.C. Told in the dimpses / by H.C. O'Neill. - London: Gibbings, [1893]. - 157p; plates. - Illustrator: Widgery, Frederick John. - Frontispiece by F.J. Widgery.

Old Christmas, from the sketchbook of Washington Irving. - London: Macmillan, 1876. - xvi; 165p; illus. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Oliphant, Alfred. Bob, son of battle. - NY: Doubleday & McClure Co, 1901. - viii, 356p, 24 plates. - Illustrator: Dugmore, A. Radclyffe.

One of them. Me and my dad and others. - London: Simpkin, Marshall.., 1909. - 96p; 6 illus. - Illustrator: Hiton, Agnes.

Oxenham, Roy. Postman's knock. Letters and things for girls and boys. - London: Oliphant, n.d. - 228p; illus. - Illustrator: Harries, Edith.


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Palmer, F.P. The history of old mother Hubbard [etc]. - London: Caldwell Brothers, [1847?]. - 1 vol (var. page.): ill. - Illustrator: Crowquill, Alfred (illustrator)

Panjandrum. The panjandrum picture book. - London: Routledge, n.d. - iv; various paging; illus (some col. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Pardon, George Frederick. Boldheart the warrior, and his adventures in the haunted wood. - London; Blackwood, 1858. - vi, 36p; illus. - Illustrator: Dore, Gustave.

Parnell, Winifred. Rag, Tag and Bobtail. - London: Grant Richards, 1899. - 30p: col. plates. - Illustrator: Farmiloe, Edith.

Parr, Katherine. The voice of the river. A Dartmoor story / by Katherine Parr. - London: Routledge, 1903. - xii; 205p; 10 plates. - Illustrator: Parr, Olive Katherine and E.J. Wheeler.

Parr, Olive Catherine. The voice of the river. A Dartmoor story / by Olive Catherine Parr. - London: Routledge, 1903. - xii; 205p; 10 plates. - Illustrator: Wheeler, Edward J.

Parry, Edward Abbott. The scarlet herring / by Edward Abbott Parry. - London: Smith, Elder & Co, 1899. - xii; 253p; illus. - Illustrator: Rusden, Althelstan D.

Parry, Edward, Abbott. The first book of Krab Christmas stories for young and old. - London: David Nutt, 1897. - 132p; 3 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Macgregor, Archie.

Paul and Marie, the orphans of Auvergne. And other tales. - Edinburgh; Johnstone, Hunter, 1868. - vi, 312p, plates: ills; 17cm. - Illustrator: Staniland, Charles Joseph and others. - The children's hour series.

Peard, Francis Mary. Prentice Hugh. - London: Nat Society's Depo, n.d. - x, 297p, 6 plates. - Illustrator: Barraud, Francis Mary.

Peard, Frances Mary. The blue dragon / by Frances Mary Peard. - London: Nat Soc's Depository, [1890]. - [vi]; 296p; 6 plates. - Illustrator: Staniland, Charles Joseph.

Pears, Charles. Mr. Punch's book for children / by Charles Pears. - London: Punch, n.d. - 96p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Pears, Charles.

Pearse, Mark Guy. Sermons for children/ by Mark Guy Pearse. - London: [s.n.], 1876. - xii; 156p; illus. - Illustrator: Tresidder, Charles. - Pub for the Wesleyan-Methodist Sunday School Union.

Penrose, Ethel. Clear as the noonday / by Ethel Penrose. - London: Jarrold & Sons, n.d. - 246p; illus. - Illustrator: Somerville, Edith Anna Oenone.

Pepper, John Henry. The boy's playbook of science / by John Henry Pepper. - London: Routledge, n.d. - viii; 440p; 470 illus. - Illustrator: Pepper, John Henry.

Perrault, Charles. Fairy tales. - London: Dent; N.Y.: Dutton, [1913?]. - 128p, 8 plates: col. ill. - Illustrator: Robinson, Charles.

Phillips, Lydia. The children of Brookfield Hall / by Lydia Phillips. - London: Religious Tract Soc, n.d. - [ii]; 223p; col. plate. - Illustrator: Pearse, Alfred. - Frontispiece by A. Pearse.

Phillips, Mary E. Tommy Tregennis / by Mary E. Phillips. - London: Constable, 1914. - [ii]; 209p; 8 plates; col. ills. - Illustrator: Wheelhouse, Mary V.

A poetry book for school. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1859. - 128p; illus. - Illustrator: Thomas, George Housman and others.

A poetry book for school. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1859. - 128p; illus. - Illustrator: Weir, Harrison.

A poetry book for school. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1859. - 128p; illus. - Illustrator: Cope, Charles West and others.

A poetry book for school. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1859. - 128p; illus. - Illustrator: Harrison, William and others.

A poetry book for school. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1859. - 128p; illus. - Illustrator: Hemsley, William and others.

A poetry book for school. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1859. - 128p; illus. - Illustrator: Palmer, Samuel and others.

A poetry book for school. - London: Bell & Daldy, 1859. - 128p; illus. - Illustrator: Skill, Frederick John and others.

Poiret, L Blennerhasset. Rose-leaves for rose-buds. Fairytales. - London: Remington, 1882. - [v]; 160p; illus. - Illustrator: Mackay, Wallis.

Pollard, Eliza F. Fortune's wheel. A South African story / by Eliza F. Pollard. - London: Partridge, 1908. - 288p; 8 illus. - Illustrator: Rainey, William. - 2nd impression.

Pollard, Eliza F. A Saxon maid / by Eliza F. Pollard. - London: Blackie, [1912?]. - 112p. - Illustrator: Stratton, Helen. - Frontispiece by H. Stratton.

Pomona by the author of 'Laddie' etc. Pomona. - London: Chambers, 1894. - 415p, 8 illus. - Illustrator: Barnes, Robert.

Popular nursery tales and rhymes. - London: Routledge, 1859. - 312p: 170 illus. - Illustrator: Absolon, John and others.

Popular nursery tales and rhymes. - London: Routledge, 1859. - viii; 312p; 170 illus. - Illustrator: Watson, John Dawson and others.

Popular nursery tales and rhymes. - London: Routledge, 1859. - viii; 312p; 170 illus. - Illustrator: Weir, Harrison and others.

Popular nursery tales and rhymes. - London: Routledge, 1859. - viii; 312p; 170 illus. - Illustrator: Wolf, J and others.

Popular nursery tales and rhymes. - London: Routledge, 1859. - viii; 312p; 170 illus. - Illustrator: Zwecker, Johann Baptist and others.

Popular nursery tales and rhymes. - London: Routledge, 1859. - viii, 312p, 170 illus. - Illustrator: Browne, Halbot Knight 'Phiz' and others.

Popular nursery tales and rhymes. - London: Routledge, 1859. - viii; 312p; 170 illus. - Illustrator: Corbould, E.H. and others.

Popular nursery tales and rhymes. - London: Routledge, 1859. - viii; 312p; 170 illus. - Illustrator: Pasquier, J. Abbott and others.

Potter, Beatrix. The fairy caravan / by Beatrix Potter. - London: Warne, 1952. - 225p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Potter, Beatrix. - 1953 reprint.

Potter, Beatrix. The tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck / by Beatrix Potter. - London: Warne, 1908. - 85p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Potter, Beatrix. - Printed by Edmund Evans.

Potter, Beatrix. The tale of Mr Tod / by Beatrix Potter. - London: Warne, 1912. - 94p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Potter, Beatrix.

Potter, Beatrix. The tale of Pigling Bland / by Beatrix Potter. - London: Warne, 1913. - 94p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Potter, Beatrix.

Potter, Beatrix. The tale of Timmy Tiptoes / by Beatrix Potter. - London: Warne, 1911. - 85p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Potter, Beatrix.

Potter, Beatrix. The tale of Tom Kitten / by Beatrix Potter. - London: Warne, 1907. - 85p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Potter, Beatrix. - Printed by Edmund Evans.

Potter, Beatrix. The tale of the Flopsy Bunnies / by Beatrix Potter. - London: Warne, 1909. - 85p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Potter, Beatrix. - Printed by Edmund Evans.

Praeger, Sophia Rosamund. The adventures of the three bold babies / by Sophia Rosamund Praeger. - London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1897. - [46] p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Praeger, S Rosamund.

Praeger, Sophia Rosamund. The tale of the little twin dragons / by Sophia Rosamund Praeger. - London: Macmillan, 1900. - [56] p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Praeger, S Rosamund.

Princess Belle Etoile. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 6p; 5 col. plates. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Protheroe, Ernest. Every boy's book of railways and steamshipsyherlands, 1585-1604. - London: Religious Tract Soc, 1911. - 374p; 65 plates; llus (some col. - Illustrator: Pearse, Alfred. - frontispiece by A. Pearse.

Puss in boots. - London: Murray, 1856. - 23p; 12 plates. - Illustrator: Speckter, Otto.

Pyle, Howard. Pepper and salt, or, Seasoning for young folk / by Howard Pyle. - N.Y.: Harper, 1890. - xiv; 121p; illus. - Illustrator: Pyle, Howard.

Pyle, Howard. The garden behind the moon. A real story of the moon angel. - London: Lawrence & Bullen, 1895. - vii; 192p; illus. - Illustrator: Pyle, Howard.

The queen of hearts. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 31p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.


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Quiller-Couch, Arthur. The keys of Mortallone: a tale of the... by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch. - London: Arrowsmith, [1932]. - 160p, plates; 19cm.

Quiller-Couch, Arthur Thomas. The roll call of honour: a new book of golden deeds. - London: Thomas Nelson, [1911]. - 348p, col. plates; 24cm. - Illustrator: Almond, William D.

Quiller-Couch, Mabel. A pair of red polls. A book for girls. - London: Jack, n.d. - x; 190p; 6 plates. - Illustrator: Cowham, Hilda Gertrude (Mrs Edgar Lander.


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Ralston, W and Cole, C.W. Tippoo. A tale of a tiger. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 28p: illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Evans, Edmund.

Raspe, Rudolph Eric. The adventures of Baron Munchausen / by Eric Rudolph Raspe. - London: Warne & Co, 1878. - Illustrator: Bichard, A. - First pub 1785. - MOON 242.

Ratcliff, Dorothy Una. Nightlights / by Dorothy Una Ratcliff. - London: John Lane, Bodley H., 1929. - 99p; illus. - Illustrator: Walton, Cecile.

Reade, F.E. Seven idols. A tale for girls. - London: S.P.C.K, n.d. - 160p; illus. - Illustrator: Macquoid, Percy.

Redford, Christian. Frank's life battle, or, The three friends / by C. Redford. - London: Cassell, 1887. - 160p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Stacey, Walter Sydney.

Reed, Langford. Nonsense tales for the young / by Langford Reed. - London: Diamond Press, 1927. - 176p; illus. - Illustrator: Tree', and others.

Reed, Talbot Baines. The Willoughby captain some other fellows. - London: Humphrey Milford OUP, n.d. - iv; 442p: col. plate. - Illustrator: Earnshaw, Harold C.

Reid, Captain Mayne. The boy hunters, or, Adventures in search of a white buffalo. - London: David Bogne, 1858. - viii; 464p; 12 plates. - Illustrator: Harvey, William.

Reid, Captain Mayne. The desert home, or, The adventures of a lost family in the. - London: Kent, 1858. - viii; 456p; 12 plates. - Illustrator: Harvey, William. - wilderness. 6th ed.

Reid, Captain Mayne. The forest exiles, or, The perils of a Peruvian family amid the. - London: David Bogne, 1856. - viii; 456p; 12 plates. - Illustrator: Weir, Harrison. - wilds of the Amazon (3rd edition)

Reid, Captain Mayne. The plant hunters, or, Adventures among the Himalaya mountains. - London: Brown, 1858. - viii; 482p; illus. - Illustrator: Evans, Edmund.

Reid, Captain Mayne. The young Yagers, or, A narrative of hunting adventures in. - London: W. Kent, 1857. - viii; 463p; 12 plates. - Illustrator: Harvey, William. - Southern Africa. 2nd ed.

Reid, Captain Mayne. The young voyageurs, or, Boy hunters in the north. - London: David Bogne, 1855. - vii; 471p; 12 plates. - Illustrator: Harvey, William. - 2nd ed.

Reid, L.C. Roy of Daisydale, or, The heir of Cragmere / by L.C. Reid. - London: Religious Tract Soc, n.d. - 236p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Skeats, Leonard.

Reinick, R. The king of Root Valley and his curious daughter. A fairy tale by. - London: Chapman & Hall, 1856. - iv; 34p; 8 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Reinick, R and T. Von Oer.

Reinick, R. The king of Root Valley and his curious daughter. A fairy tale. - London: Chapman & Hall, 1856. - iv; 34p; 8 plates; ill (some col.) - Illustrator: Von Oer, T and R. Reinick.

Rhys, Ernest and Grace. English Fairy Tales. - London: Dent, 1913. - 128p, 8plates; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Cole, Herbert and Bell, R. Anning.

Rhys, Ernest and Grace. English fairy tales. - London: Dent, 1913. - 128p; 8 plates; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Cole, Herbert and Bell, R. Anning.

Richardson, Robert. Almost a hero / by Robert Richardson. - London: Nelson, 1880. - 236p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel.

Ride a-cock horse to Banbury Cross and A farmer went trotting. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 24p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Ridiculous rhymes. - London: Routledge, [1880?]. - 11 col. plates; 33cm. - Illustrator: Marks, H.S. (illustrator)

Ritchie, Leith. The new shilling. - London: Brown, n.d. - 228p: illus. - Illustrator: Evans, Edmund.

Roe, E.P. From jest to earnest. - London: Scott, n.d. - 317p; 6 plates. - Illustrator: Macklin, T. Eyre.

Rogers, James Edward. Mores ridiculi / by James Edward Rogers. - London: Macmillan, 1876. - [13] p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Rogers, James Edward.

Rogers, James Edward. Nursery rhymes, No.1 Ridiculata redirira. - London: Macmillan, n.d. - [6] leaves; col. illus. - Illustrator: Rogers, James Edward.

Rogers, James Edward. Nursery rhymes, No.2 Ridiculata redirira. - London: Macmillan, n.d. - [6] leaves; col. illus. - Illustrator: Rogers, James Edward.

Routledge, Edmund (ed) Every boy’s book. A complete encyclopaedia of sports & amusements. - London: Routledge 14th ed, 1881. - 904p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Dalziel.

Rowsell, Mary C. The pedlar and his dog. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 160p; illus. - Illustrator: Cruikshank, George.

Royde-Smith, N.G. Una and the red Cross knight and other tales from Spenser. - London: Dent, 1905. - xx, 264p: ill. - Illustrator: Robinson, Thomas Heath.

Russ, Richard Patrick. Beasts Royal / by Richard Patrick Russ. - London: Putnam, 1934. - [viii]; 84p; 9 plates; ills. - Illustrator: Tunnicliffe, Charles Frederick. - 1st edition.

Russell Mitford, Mary. Tales and stories. - London; Warne, 1867. - vii, 367p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel, illus engraved by.

Ryle, Rev. J.C. The two bears and other sermons for children. - London; Hunt, 1869. - 134p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel; illus. engraved by.


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Saint-Exupery, Antoine de. The little prince / written and drawn by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. - London: Heinemann, 1944. - 91p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Saint-Exupery, Antoine de. - 1st edition.

Saxby, Argyll. Brave Toviak. A story of Eskimo Boy-life. - London: Partridge, n.d. - 64p; 4 illus. - Illustrator: Fulkard, Charles.

Schmid, Johann Christoph. The basket of flowers. A story from the German. - London: Sunday School Union, 1896. - 143p; 6 illus. - Illustrator: Scott-Rankin, A.

Scott, Michael. The cruise of the Midge / by Michael Scott. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 256p; plates. - Illustrator: Stacey, Walter Sydney. - Frontispiece by W.S. Stacey.

Seaby, Allen W. Omrig and Nerla. A tale of the Bronze Age / by Allen W. Seaby. - London: Harrap, 1934. - 222p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Seaby, Allen W. - 1st edition.

Seargeant Bell and his rare show. - London: printed for Thomas Tegg, 1839. - viii; 446p; illus. - Illustrator: Cruikshanks and others.

Seccomb, Thomas S (Lieut-Colonel) Comic sketches from English history for children of various ages. - London: Allen, [1890]. - 56p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Seccomb, Thomas S (Lieut-Colonel) - Reprod in facsimile by Direct Photo-Engraving Co.

Sedgewick, Miss. Arcturus, or, The bright star in Bootes. An easy guide to science. - London: Mackintosh, 1867. - xii, 122p: illus. - Illustrator: Durham, C and others.

Sedgewick, Miss. Arcturus, or, The bright star in Bootes. An easy guide to science. - London: Mackintosh, 1867. - xii; 122p; illus. - Illustrator: Wimperis, E.M and others. - 2nd edition; also 3rd edition 1871.

Sedgwick, Miss. Arcturus, or, The bright star in Bootes. An easy guide to. - London: Mackintosh, 1867. - xii; 122p; illus. - Illustrator: Prithett, Robert Taylor and others. - 2nd ed; also 3rd ed 1871.

Selous, Edmund. Tommy Smith's animals / by Edmund Selous. - London: Methuen, 1905. - 207p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Ord, G.W.

Seton-Thompson, Ernest. The biography of a grizzly / by Ernest Seton-Thompson. - London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1900]. - 167p; illus. - Illustrator: Seton-Thompson, Ernest.

Shakespeare, William Ed. by Israel. A midsummer night's dream. - London: Dent, 1895. - liv, 128p; illus. - Illustrator: Bell, Robert Anning.

Shaw, Catherine. Jack Forrester's fate. - New ed. - London: John F. Shaw and Co, [1895?]. - 192p: frontis (unsigned) - Illustrator: Shaw, Catherine.

Shaw, Catherine. The strange house. - London: Shaw, [1891?]. - 256p; illus. - Illustrator: Irwin, M.

Shipton, Helen. A hero's experiment. - London: S.P.C.K, [1894]. - 253p; illus. - Illustrator: Nash, Joseph, Jnr.

A short history of the Bible and New Testament with 48 engravings. - London: [s.n.], 1810. - 96p; illus; 64x60mm. - Illustrator: Mills, Alfred.

Silke, Louisa C. Two little rocks. - London: Religious Tract Soc, 1887. - 95p; illus. - Illustrator: Morgan, Walter Jenks.

The silver fairy book. - London: Shaw, 1928. - viii; 249p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Little, Norman and Millar, H.R.

The silver fairy book. - London: Shaw, 1928. - viii; 249p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Millar, Harold Robert and Norman Little. - Title page missing.

Sinclair, Dorothea. The fairy prince and the goblin / by Dorothea Sinclair. - London: Dean, n.d. - 64p; illus. - Illustrator: Watson, W.J.

Sing a song for sixpence. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 31p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

The sleeping beauty. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 8p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Smith, C.G.M. Victoria-Bess, or, The ups and downs of a dolls life. - London: Shaw, n.d. - 161p; illus. - Illustrator: Pym, T. - by 'Brenda'.

Smith, Evelyn. Nicky of the lower fourth. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 207p; 4 plates; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Mills, J. Dewar.

Smith-Masters, M. The king's scout. - London: Darton & Co, 1912. - viii, 240p, 8 plates. - Illustrator: Brock, Charles Edmund.

Some British ballads. - London: Constable, n.d. - 170p; 16 plates; ill some col. - Illustrator: Rackham, Arthur.

Sonderland, J.B. Das Bergikmeinnicht. - Hamburg: Georg Henbel, n.d. - 139p; 8 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Sonderland, J.B.

Songs for the children. - London: Chapman, 1897. - 111p; illus. - Illustrator: Heath, Sydney.

Sowerby, Githa. My birthday / by Githa Sowerby. - London: Frowde, Hodder & Co, n.d. - [48] p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Sowerby, Millicent.

Stahl, P.J. Aventures de Tom Ponce. - Brussels: J. Hetzel, 1853. - 108p. ; illus. - Illustrator: Bertall, P.J.

Stahl, P.J. Aventures de Tom Ponce. - Paris: J. Hetzel, 1878. - 110p; illus. - Illustrator: Bertall, P.J.

Stahl, P.J. Little Rosy's voyage round the world. - London: Seeley, Jackson & Co, 1869. - [ca.250p]; 48 illus. - Illustrator: Frolich, Lorenz. - Adapted from the French.

Steedman, Amy. Nursery tales, told to the children / by Amy Steedman. - London: Jack, n.d. - viii; 118p; 8 plates; col. ill. - Illustrator: Woodroffe, Paul Vincent.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Songs with music. From 'A child's garden of verses'. - London: Jack, n.d. - 55p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Tarrant, Margaret W. - Music by Rev Thomas Cranford.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Treasure island. - London: Cassell, n.d. - x; 340p; 12 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Cameron, John.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A child's garden of verses. - London: John Lane Bodley Head, 1899. - [10], 140p: ill. - Illustrator: Robinson, Charles. - 5th ed; also a second copy dated 1909.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A child's garden of verses. - London: John Lane Bodley Head, 1909. - [10], 140p: ill. - Illustrator: Robinson, Charles.

Stockton, Frank R. The clocks of Rondaine and other stories. - London: Samson, Low, Marston & co, 1892. - x, 174p; illus. - Illustrator: Blashfield, E.H.

Stone, S.J. Dear childe. A village idyll / by S.J. Stone. - London: Gardner, n.d. - 30p; illus. - Illustrator: Miles, J.A. - 3rd edition.

Stories for the seven -year-old selected by Louey Chisholm. - London: T C & E C Jack, [1905]. - 142p, col. plates: ills; 19cm. - Louey Chisholm editor of "The told to the children" series.

The story of Alice Middeton. - London: Sunday School Union, 1877. - 106p: illus. - Illustrator: Ferrier.

Strachey, Lady. Nursery lyrics. - London: Sands, n.d. - iv, 92p: ill. - Illustrator: Hood, George Percy Jacomb (illustrator)

Strang, Herbert. Rob the ranger. A story of the fight for Canada. - London: Frowde, Hodder & Co, 1908. - 406p; 11 plates; illus (some col. - Illustrator: Margetson, William Henry.

Strang, Herbert. A hero of Liege. - London: Humphrey Milford O.U.P., 1914. - 250p; plate; 1917 reprint. - Illustrator: Cuneo, Cyrus Cincinnato.

Stretton, Hesba. Cassy / by Hesba Stretton. - London: Religious Tract Soc, n.d. - 159p; illus. - Illustrator: Stacey, Walter Sydney.

Stretton, Hesba. In the hollow of his hand. - London: Religious Tract Soc, n.d. - 191p; plate. - Illustrator: Morgan, Walter Jenks. - Frontispiece by J.W. Morgan; 2 copies.

Stretton, Hesba. Little Meg's children. - London: Religious Tract Soc, 1903. - 154p; illus, frontispiece. - Illustrator: Copping, Harold.

Stretton, Hesba. Lost Gip. - London: King, 1875. - viii, 142p; 6 illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel, illus. engraved by.

Stretton, Hesba. Lost Gip. - London: Religious Tract Soc, [1903]. - 160p; 7 illus. - Illustrator: Miles, H.J.A.

Stuart, Esme. The vicar's trio / A story by Esme Stuart. - London: Nat Soc's Depository, n.d. - 274p; 5 plates. - Illustrator: Staniland, Charles Joseph.

Sunday reading for the young / illus. by Gordon Browne & others. - London: Wells, Gardner & Co, 1893. - iv, 412p: ill (some col.) - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick.

Surrey, Margaret. Elias Trust's boys. - London: Jarrold, 1889. - 207p; illus. - Illustrator: Hardy, Paul.

Swete, Rev. Charles. Mrs Trimmer's history of the robins in word of one syllable. - London: Griffith & Farran, n.d. - 246p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Weir, Harrison.

Swift, Jonathan. Gulliver in giantland / by Jonathan Swift. - London: Ward, Locke & Co, n.d. - 96p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Sandy, H.C. - Retold by Edith Robarts.


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Taffrail. Pincher Martin, O.D. A story of the inner life of the Royal Navy. - London: Chambers, 1916. - [viii]; 338p; illus. - Illustrator: Williams, C. Fleming. - 1917 reprint.

Talbot, Ethel. Carol's second term. - London: Nelson, n.d. - 304p; illus. - Illustrator: Hamilton, W. Bryce.

Talbot, Ethel. Jill, lone guide / by Ethel Talbot. - London: Pearson, [1927]. - 192p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Ogle, Richard B.

Talbot, Ethel. Red caps at school / by Ethel Talbot. - London: Sheldon Press, n.d. - 80p; plate; frontispiece. - Illustrator: Ogle, Richard B.

Talbot, Ethel. Scout Island. - London: Nelson, n.d. - 124p, plate: ill. - Illustrator: Robinson, Charles.

Tales from Dreamland. - London; Warne, 1866. - x, 183p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel, illustrations engraved by.

Taylor, Jeffreys. Aesop in rhyme, wit some originals / by Jeffreys Taylor. - London: Baldwin & Co, 1820. - 17.1x9.9cm, iv, 127p; eng. - 1st edition. - MOON 40.

Tennyson, Hallam. Jack and the beanstalk. English hexameters. - London: Macmillan, 1886. - 70p; illus. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Thackeray, William Makepeace. The Christmas books of Mr M.A. Titmarsh. - London; Smith, Elder &co., 1887. - 194p. ; illus. - Illustrator: Doyle, Richard.

Thackeray, William Makepeace. The Christmas books of Mr M.A. Titmarsh, Vol 1. - London: Smith, Elder & Co, 1887. - 194p; illus. - Illustrator: Thackeray, W.M and Richard Doyle.

The Sleeping Beauty and Dick Whittington. The Sleeping Beauty and Dick Whittington and his cat. - London: Dent, 1894. - 60p; illus. - Illustrator: Bell, R. Anning.

The silver cup. The silver cup OR True heroism. - London; Warne, n.d. - v, 243p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel, illus. engraved by.

Thirkell, Angela. The grateful sparrow and other tales / by Angela Thirkell. - London: Hamish Hamilton, 1935. - 117p; 24 col. illus. - Illustrator: Richter, Ludwig.

Thomas, W Beach. The road to manhood / by W. Beach Thomas. - London: Allen, 1904. - xiv; 224p; 4 plates; ills. - Illustrator: Twidle, A and Morris Williams. - The Young England library.

Thomas, W. Beach. The road to manhood / by W. Beach Thomas. - London: Allen, 1904. - xiv; 224p; 4 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Williams, Morris Meredith, and A. Twidle. - The Young England library.

Thorn, Ismay. Jim. - London: Wells Gardner & Co, 1900. - 192p: ill. - Illustrator: Browne, Gordon Frederick (illustrator)

Thorn, Ismay. Only five, or, Pussie's frolics in farm and field. - London: Shaw, n.d. - 111p; illus. - Illustrator: Pym, T.

Thorne, Eglanton. Caleb Gaye's success. - London: Religious Tract Soc, n.d. - 80p; col. plate. - Illustrator: Calder, Scott.

The three friends and other stories for the young. - London: William P. Nimmo, 1874. - 120p, plates; 17cm. - Select stories for the young.

The three jovial huntsmen. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 31p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Tiddeman, L.E. Tender and true / by L.E. Tiddeman. - London: Religious Tract Soc, [1907]. - [iv]; 361p; 3 plates. - Illustrator: Tarrant, Percy.

Tiddeman, L.E. When Baby was young / by L.E. Tiddeman. - London: S.P.C.K, n.d. - 160p; illus. - Illustrator: Wilson, Oscar.

tip cat. - London: Smith & Innes, 1889. - viii; 336p; 2 illus. - Illustrator: Caldecott, Randolph.

Toft, Frances. Miss Determination. - London: Religious Tract Soc, n.d. - 190p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Hiley, Francis E.

Trimmers, Mrs. History of the robins and keepers travels / by Mrs Trimmers. - London: George Bell, 1895. - 205p; illus. - Illustrator: Weir, Harrison. - Adapted by Edith Carrington.

Turle, Josephine. The squire's children / by Josephine Turle. - London: Wells, Gardner & Co, 1906. - 124p; 3 plates. - Illustrator: Symington, J. Ayton. - Frontispiece by J.A. Symington.

Turner, Ethel. The stolen voyage. - London: Ward, Lock & Co, 1907. - [ca.330p]; illus. - Illustrator: Hawcridge, R. and Macfarlane, J. - Last pages missing.

Twain, Mark. The prince and the pauper. A tale for young people of all ages. - London: Dent, 1923. - xiv; 248p; 8 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Hatherell, William.

Two tiny tomboys. - [London]: Nelson, n.d. - [48] p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Wright, Alan and Anne Anderson. - Title page missing.

Two tiny tom boys. - London: Nelson, n.d. - 48p, illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Anderson, Anne and Alan Wright.

Tynan, Katherine. A girl of Galway. - London: Blackie, 1901. - 384p, 6 plates. - Illustrator: Bacon, John H.

Tytler, Anne Fraser. Leila at home. - London: Hatchards, 1852. - iv; 352p: plate. - Illustrator: Foster, Birket. - Frontispiece by Birket Foster, also 4th ed 1859.

Tytler, Sarah. Girl neighbours, or, The old fashion and the new. - London: Blackie, 1888. - 351p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Garland, C.T.

Tytler, Sarah. Papers for thoughtful girls, with illustrative sketches of. - London: Straham, 1863. - viii; 357p; illus. - Illustrator: Millais, Sir John Everett. - 4th ed.


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Valentine, Mrs. Seafights and land battles. - London; Warne, n.d. - xii, 295p, plate. - Illustrator: Dalziel, frontispiece by.

Valentine, Mrs; selected and ed. by. The brave days of old. A book for boys. - London; Warne, n.d. - x, 208p; illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel, illus engraved by.

Van Loon, Hendrik Willem. The story of the Bible / written and drawn by Hendrik Van Loon. - London: Fisher Unwin, 1924. - 413p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Van Loon, Hendrik Willem. - 1st edition.

Vaughan, E. By heather and sea. A tale of north Devon / by E. Vaughan. - London: S.C.P.K, 1895. - 243p; illus. - Illustrator: Shepperson, Claude Allin. - 2 copies.

Verne, Jules. The English at the North Pole. - London: Ward, Lock and Co., n.d. - 248p, plate. - Illustrator: Austin, Henry Frontispiece.

Verne, Julius. Die Reise nach dem Mond. - Leipzig: Alfred Dehmigtes, n.d. - viii; 250p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Hofman, Gustav.


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Ward, Mrs Humphrey. Milly and Olly, or, a holiday among the mountains. - London: Unwin, 1907. - 352p; illus. - Illustrator: Pogany, William Andrew ("Willy")

Warner, Susan. Daisy. - London: Nisbet, n.d. - 344p; illus. - Illustrator: Hewerdine, Matthew B.

Watson, Helen H. The king's sword / by Helen H. Watson. - London: Religious Tract Soc, n.d. - 184p; col. plate. - Illustrator: Shuter, M. York. - Frontispiece by M. York Shuter.

Watts, Isaac. Divine and Moral songs for children. - London: Nisbet, n.d. - 76p, illus. - Illustrator: Anelay, Henry and others.

Watts, Isaac. Divine and moral songs for children. - London: Nisbet, n.d. - 76p, illus. - Illustrator: Brown, H.K and others.

Watts, Isaac. Divine and moral songs for children. - London: Nisbet, n.d. - 76p: illus. - Illustrator: Du Maurier, George and others.

Watts, Isaac. Divine and moral songs for children. - London: Nisbet, n.d. - 76p; illus. - Illustrator: Hunt, William Holman and others.

Watts, Isaac. Divine and moral songs for children. - London: Nisbet, n.d. - 76p; illus. - Illustrator: Morten, Thomas and others.

Watts, Isaac. Divine and moral songs for children / by Isaac Watts. - London: Nisbet, n.d. - 76p; illus. - Illustrator: Watson, John Dawson and others.

Watts, Isaac. Diving and moral songs for children / by Isaac Watts. - London: Nisbet, n.d. - 76p; illus. - Illustrator: Stone, Marcus and others.

Waylett, Richard. The doggie book. - London: Lawrence & Jellicoe, 1912. - 40p: illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Aldin, Cecil.

Weatherly, F.E. The illustrated children's birthday book. - London: W. Mack, [1890?]. - 286p: ill (some col.) - Illustrator: Greenaway, Kate (illustrator)

Weatherly, George. The little folks' painting book. A series of outline engravings. - London: Cassell, Petter, n.d. - 96p; illus. - Illustrator: Greenaway, Kate. - for watercolour painting by Kate Greenaway.

Weatherly, W.J. The men of Ware. - London: Hildesheimer & Co, n.d. - 20p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Hodgson, William J.

Weir, Harrison and others. Popular nursery tales and rhymes. - London; Routledge, 1859. - viii, 312p; 170 illus. - Illustrator: Dalziel, illus engraved by.

West, Noel. The children of Swift Creek / by Noel West. - London: Wells, Gardner & Co, 1905. - x; 178p; illus. - Illustrator: Pearse, Alfred.

Westerman, Percy F. Rounding up of the raider. A naval story of the Great War. - London: Blackie, n.d. - 255p; 4 plates. - Illustrator: Hodgson, Edward, S.

Westerman, Percy F. The log of a snob / by Percy F. Westerman. - London: Chapman & Hall, 1914. - 331p; 25 illus. - Illustrator: Wigfull, W. Edward.

Wetherell, Elizabeth. Melbourne House. - London: Collins Clear Type Pr, [1905?]. - 488p; 8 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Lance, Eveline.

Wetherell, Elizabeth. The wide, wide world / by Elizabeth Wetherell. - London: Seeley, Service & Co, 1900. - 574p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Pegram, Frederick.

Whishaw, Fred. Gubbins minor and some other fellows. - London: Frowde, 1913. - 315p; 8 illus. - Illustrator: Earnshaw, Harold C.

Whishaw, Fred. A secret of Berry Pomeroy. - London: Griffith Farran Browne, n.d. - vi, 304p: illus. - Illustrator: Feller, Frank.

The white roe of Glenmere. And other tales. - Edinburgh: Johnstone, Hunter, 1867. - vi, 312p, plates: ills; 17cm. - The children's hour series.

White, Gwen. A picture book of ancient and modern dolls / by Gwen White. - London: Black, 1928. - 44p; illus. - Illustrator: White, Gwen.

Whitehill, A. The royal nursery ABC book / ed and illus by A. Whitehill. - London: Chapman & Hall, n.d. - 64p; 500 illus. - Illustrator: Whitehill, A.

Whitham, G.I. The nameless prince. A tale of Plantagenet days / by G.I. Whitman. - London: Blackie, 1912. - 256p; 5 plates; col. illus. - Illustrator: Sheldon, Charles M. - Pages missing.

Wiggin, Kate Douglas. Penelope's English experiences, being extracts from the common. - London: Gay and Hancock, 1913. - xii, 174p, illus. - Illustrator: Brock, Charles Edmund.

Wiggin, Kate Douglas. Susanna and Sue / by Kate Douglas Wiggin. - Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1909. - 225p; 4 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Stephens, Alice Barber and N.C. Wyeth.

Wiggin, Kate Douglas. Susanna and Sue / by Kate Douglas Wiggin. - Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1909. - 225p; 4 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Wyeth, N.C and Alice Barber Stephens.

Wiggin, Kate Douglas. The old Peabody Pew. A Christmas romance of a country church. - London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1909. - 115p; 6 plates; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Stephens, Alice Barber.

Wilkins, W.J. Harry's trip to India. - London: R.T.S, [1921?]. - 122p; col. plate. - Illustrator: Horrell, Charles. - Frontispiece by Charles Horrell.

Willard, Eleanor Withey. Children's singing games / Illus and arranged by E.W. Willard. - London: Stokes, 1895. - 67p; illus. - Illustrator: Willard, Eleanor Willey.

Wilson Wilson, Theodora. Sarah the valiant. - London: Alston Rivers, 1907. - viii; 325p; 8 plates. - Illustrator: Hammick, J.W.

Wilson Wilson, Theodora. Through the Bible. - London: Collins (1st ed), 1938. - 602p, 32 plates, illus. - Illustrator: Brock, Charles Edmund.

Wilson Wilson, Theodora intro Morel, J. Through the Bible. - London: Collins (1st ed), 1938. - 602p, 32 plates; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Ayto, J.B.

Wilson Wilson, Theodora (intro J. More) Through the Bible. - London: Collins 1st ed, 1938. - 602p, 32 plates, illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Brock, Henry Matthew.

Wingrave, M. The may blossom, or, The princess and her people. - London: F. Warne, n.d. - 64p: col. illus. - Illustrator: Emmerson, H.H.

Wingrave, Marion M. Quacks. The story of the ugly duckling / after H.C. Andersen. - London: Ward, Locke & Co, n.d. - [27] leaves; col. illus. - Illustrator: Wingrave, Marion M. - Told in verse and illus by M.M. Wingrave.

The wood that came back. - London: Ivor, Nicholson & Co, 1934. - [30] p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Leighton, Clare. - 1st ed.

Wood, Rev. J.G; compiled and ed. by. The boy's modern playmate. A book of sports, games and pastimes. - London; Warne, 1893. - x, 816p; 600 illus, rev. ed. - Illustrator: Dalziel, illustrations engraved by.

Wood, Robert Williams. Animal analogues / verses and illus by Robert Williams Wood. - N.Y.: Paul Elder, 1908. - [iii]; 28p; illus. - Illustrator: Wood, Robert Williams.

Wordsworth, William. Wordsworth's poems for the young. - London; Alexander Strahan, 1863. - x, 92p; 5 illus (x2, 1 marred) - Illustrator: Dalziel Brothers, illus. engraved by.

Wordsworth, William. Wordsworth's poems for the young. - London: Alexander Strahan, 1863. - x; 92p; 51 illus. - Illustrator: Macwhirter, John and Pettie. - 2 copies, 1 marred by colouring.

Wordsworth, William. Wordsworth's poems for the young. - London: Straham, 1863. - x; 92p; 51 illus. - Illustrator: Millais, Sir John Everett (vignette) - 2 copies; one marred by colouring.

Wordsworth, William. Wordsworth's poems for the young / by William Wordsworth. - London: Alexander Sraham, 1863. - x; 92p; 51 illus. - Illustrator: Pettie, John and others.

Worsley's little drawing book. - [s.l.]: [s.n.], n.d. - 27 plates. - Illustrator: Worsley. - Title page missing.

Wynne, May. Comrades from Canada. - London: Blackie, 1940. - 208p; plate; frontispiece. - Illustrator: Campbell, John F.
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Ye booke of pictures, painted by ancient peoples to veritable. - London: Dean & Son, n.d. - [44] p; col. illus. - Picture books.

Yeats, W.B. Irish fairy tales / ed. and intro by W.B. Yeats. - London: Unwin, 1892. - 236p; illus. - Illustrator: Yeats, Jack Butler.

The yellow dwarf. - London: Routledge, n.d. - 6p; 5 col. plates. - Illustrator: Crane, Walter.

Yonge, Charlotte M. Aunt Charlotte's stories of English history. - Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1875. - 288p; plate. - Illustrator: Plockhorst, B. - Frontispiece by B. Plockhorst.

Yonge, Charlotte M. Countess Kate / by Charlotte M. Yonge. - London: Faber, 1948. - 216p; illus. - Illustrator: Raverat, Gwendolen Mary.

Yonge, Charlotte M. The lances of Lynwood. - London: Macmillan, 1868. - viii; 286p; 7plates; col. ill. - Illustrator: J.B. - 2 copies.

Yonge, Charlotte M. The lances of Lynwood. - London: Macmillan, 1908. - viii; 264p; plate. - Illustrator: Macfarlane, J. - Frontispiece by J. Macfarlane.

Yonge, Charlotte M. The prince and the page. A story of the last crusade. - London: Macmillan, 1909. - xii; 259p; plate. - Illustrator: Stokes, Adrian. - Frontispiece by Adrian Stokes.

Yonge, Charlotte M. The three brides / by Charlotte M. Yonge. - London: Macmillan, 1900. - [iv]; 336p; 3 plates. - Illustrator: Stokes, Adrian Scott.

Yonge, Charlotte M. Scenes and characters, or, Eighteen months at Beechcroft. - London: Macmillan, 1889. - xvi; 316p; 3 plates; illus. - Illustrator: Hennessy, William John.

Yonge, Charlotte M. The armourer's prentices. - London: Macmillan, 1898. - xvi; 348p; 3 plates. - Illustrator: Hennessy, William John.

Yonge, Charlotte M. The prince and the page. A story of the last crusade. - London: Macmillan, 1877. - viii; 256p; 6 plates. - Illustrator: Farren, Robert.

Young England. An illustrated magazine. - London: Young England, [1889?]. - 571p; illus (some col.) - Illustrator: Stacey, Walter Sydney. - Frontispiece by W.S. Stacey.

Young England's nursery rhymes. - London: Warne, n.d. - 74p; col. illus. - Illustrator: Haslewood, Constance. - Illustrations chromolithographed by Emrick & Binger.

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