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Verleger als Leser und als Vermittler von Lesekultur

Britische Verlegerkarrieren zwischen 1800 und 1926 unter besonderer Berücksichtigung lesebiographischer Ansätze

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Verlegerpersönlichkeiten, die das Profil ihrer Verlage entscheidend gestalteten und auf die Lesekultur ihrer Zeit einwirkten, prägten das Verlagswesen im neunzehnten Jahrhundert. Gegenstand der vorliegenden Publikation sind die vier britischen Verleger William (1800-1883) und Robert Chambers (1802-1871), C. Kegan Paul (1828-1902) sowie J. M. Dent (1849-1926). Im Rückgriff auf biographische Ansätze der Leserforschung und Verlagsgeschichte arbeitet die Autorin die konkreten Umstände der Lesesozialisation der Verleger, ihren Bezug zum Lesen und zum Buch sowie die Auswirkungen auf das Selbstverständnis der Verleger und ihren Einfluss auf die Lesekultur ihrer Zeit heraus.

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The Archives of Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, and Henry S. King, 1853–1912. Hg. v. Brian Maidment. 81 Bde auf 27 Mikrofilmrollen. Hertfordshire, 1973. Institut für Buchwissenschaft & Textforschung, MF E:2.

W. and R. Chambers. Deposit 341. Edinburgh, National Library of Scotland.

Siehe auch „Inventory: Dep. 341. W. and R. Chambers“ <http://www.nls.uk/catalogues/online/cnmi/inventories/dep341.pdf> Juni 2007, überarb. August 2014 (alle Onlinequellen – soweit nicht anders ausgewiesen – wurden zuletzt am 3. September 2017 abgerufen).

Periodika des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts

Für The Publishers’ Circular wurden die Mikrofiche-Ausgabe (Publishers’ Circular, 1837–1900, hg. v. Simon Eliot und John Sutherland, Cambridge, 1986) sowie die Online-Datenbank Nineteenth Century Serials Edition <www.ncse.ac.uk/> genutzt.

Die folgenden Periodika wurden über die Online-Datenbanken British Periodicals <http://search.proquest.com/britishperiodicals/>, The Making of America <http://digital.library.cornell.edu/m/moa/>, Perodicals Archive Online <http://search.proquest.com/pao/>, PapersPast <http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/>, das Archiv der Chicago Tribune <http://archives.chicagotribune.com/>, Trove Digitised Newspapers and More <http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/16040487> sowie die von Gale Cengage Learning bereitgestellten Sammlungen Times Literary Supplement Historical Archive, 1902–2009 und 19th Century British Newspapers abgerufen. Für vollständige bibliographische Angaben ungezeichneter Beiträge siehe die jeweiligen Fußnoten.

The Academy

The Argus [Melbourne]

The Athenæum

Atlantic Monthly

The Bookman

The Bookseller

The British Quarterly Review

Caledonian Mercury

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Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal

Chicago Tribune

Christian Observer

Contemporary Review

The Daily News

Downside Review

The Dublin Review

The Edinburgh Literary Journal

The English Review, 1908–1937

The Examiner

Freeman’s Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser

The Gentleman’s Magazine

Imperial Magazine

Jackson’s Oxford Journal

Leigh Hunt’s London Journal

The Literary Gazette

The London Magazine

London Quarterly Review

Longman’s Magazine

Manchester Weekly Times

Merry England

The Monthly Magazine

The Monthly Review

New Englander and Yale Review

The New Monthly Magazine

New York Times

Northern Echo

Notes and Queries

The Outlook

The Review of Reviews

Saint George

The Saturday Review

Sharpe’s London Magazine

The Speaker

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The Sydney Morning Herald

The Times

The Times Literary Supplement

The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

Autobiographische Quellen der Verleger

William und Robert Chambers

Chambers, Robert. Autobiographisches Fragment, ca. 1860. Edinburgh, National Library of Scotland. Chambers Deposit 341.74.

———. Diary of Robert Chambers, 28. Juni 1833. Edinburgh, National Library of Scotland. Chambers Deposit 341.29.

„Letter of Mr. Robert Chambers [15. April 1834]“. Leigh Hunt’s London Journal, 23. April 1834, 28.

Man of Letters: The Early Life and Love Letters of Robert Chambers. Hg. v. Christopher H. Layman. Edinburgh, 1990.

Chambers, William. Memoir of Robert Chambers: With Autobiographic Reminiscences of William Chambers. Edinburgh, 1872.

———. Memoir of Robert Chambers with Autobiographic Reminiscences of William Chambers. 2. Aufl. Edinburgh, Februar 1872. Bodleian Library, (OC) 210 m.141 <http://dbooks.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/books/PDFs/600080985.pdf>.

———. Memoir of Robert Chambers with Autobiographic Reminiscences of William Chambers. New York, 1872.

———. Memoir of Robert Chambers with Autobiographic Reminiscences of William Chambers. 3. Aufl. New York, Januar 1872. Harvard University Library, 20455.5.9 <http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.FIG:002801431>.

———. „Memoir of Robert Chambers with Autobiographic Reminiscences of William Chambers“ [Ausschnitte]. Manchester Examiner and Times, 23. und 28. Februar 1872.

———. „Memoir of Robert Chambers“ [Ausschnitte]. Supplement to the Manchester Weekly Times, 2. März 1872, 68.

———. „Memoir of Robert Chambers“ [Ausschnitte]. Supplement to the Manchester Weekly Times, 9. März 1872, 76.

———. Memoir of Robert Chambers with Autobiographic Reminiscences of William Chambers. 3. Aufl. Edinburgh, März 1872. Koninklijke Bibliothek/Nationale bibliotheek van Nederland, 9010 F 23 <http://opc4.kb.nl/DB=1/XMLPRS=Y/PPN?PPN=358029740>.

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———. Memoir of Robert Chambers with Autobiographic Reminiscences of William Chambers. 4. Aufl. Edinburgh, Januar 1872.

———. Memoir of Robert Chambers with Autobiographic Reminiscences of William Chambers. 5. Aufl. Edinburgh, April 1872.

———. Memoir of Robert Chambers with Autobiographic Reminiscences of William Chambers. 6. Aufl. Edinburgh, Juli 1872.

———. Memoir of Robert Chambers with Autobiographic Reminiscences of William Chambers. 8. Aufl. Edinburgh, 1873. Ohio State University Library, Z325.C44 C3 1874 <http://hdl.handle.net/2027/osu.32435065629073>.

———. Memoir of Robert Chambers with Autobiographic Reminiscences of William Chambers. 10. Aufl. Edinburgh, 1878.

———. Memoir of Robert Chambers with Autobiographic Reminiscences of William Chambers. 11. Aufl. Edinburgh, 1882.

———. Memoir of William and Robert Chambers … with Supplementary Chapter. 12. Aufl. Edinburgh, Juli 1883.

———. Memoir of William and Robert Chambers … with Supplementary Chapter. 13. Aufl. Edinburgh, 1884. Bodleian Library, 2696 e.29 <http://dbooks.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/books/PDFs/590216154.pdf>.

———. Memoir of William and Robert Chambers. Edinburgh, 1893.

———. Memories of the Chambers Brothers: An Account by William Chambers of the Early Struggles of himself and his Brother Robert. Hg. v. Derek Maggs. London, 1967.

———. Memoir of Robert Chambers with Autobiographic Reminiscences of William Chambers. Bristol, 1996.

———. „Our Jubilee Year: Reminiscences of a Long and Busy Life“.Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal, 28. Januar 1882, 49–59.

———. Story of a Long and Busy Life. Edinburgh, 1882.

C. Kegan Paul

Paul, C. Kegan. Confessio viatoris. London, 1891.

———. Memories. London, 1899.

———. Memories. 1899; London, 1971.

J. M. Dent

Dent, J. M. My Memoirs, 1849–1921. London: privat gedruckt, 1921. Bodleian Library, 2581 e.654 <http://dbooks.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/books/PDFs/ 502762187.pdf>.

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———. The Memoirs of J. M. Dent, 1849–1926 with Some Additions by Hugh R. Dent. Hg. v. Hugh R. Dent. London, 1928.

———. The House of Dent, 1888–1938: Being The Memoirs of J. M. Dent with Additional Chapters Covering the Last 16 Years by Hugh R. Dent. Hg. v. Hugh R. Dent. London, 1938.

Weitere Autobiographien

Augustinus, Aurelius. Confessiones-Bekenntnisse. Übersetzt von Wilhelm Thimme. Düsseldorf, 2004.

Bagster, Samuel. Samuel Bagster of London, 1772–1851. London, 1952.

Balfour, Frances. Ne Oblivicaris: Dinna Forget. 2 Bde. London, 1930.

Black, Adam. Memoirs of Adam Black. Hg. v. Alexander Nicolson. Edinburgh, 1885.

Blackie, W. G. Sketch of the Origin and Progress of the Firm of Blackie & Son, Publishers, Glasgow, from its Foundation in 1809 to the Decease of its Founder in 1874. Privat gedruckt, 1897.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. The One I Knew the Best of All. London, 1893.

Cellini, Benvenuto. The Life of Benvenuto Cellini. Übersetzt v. John Addington Symonds. 3. Aufl. New York, 1942.

Cooper, Thomas. The Life of Thomas Cooper. London, 1872.

Corke, Helen. In Our Infancy: An Autobiography, Part 1: 1882–1912. Cambridge, 1975.

Crane, Walter. An Artist’s Reminiscences. London, 1907.

Crosland, Camilla. Landmarks of a Literary Life, 1820–1892. London, 1893.

England, Edward. An Unfading Vision: The Adventure of Books. London, 1982.

Franklin, Benjamin. The Life of Benjamin Franklin Written by Himself. Hg. v. John Bigelow. London, 1943.

Hamerton, Philip Gilbert. An Autobiography, 1834–1858, and A Memoir by his Wife, 1858–1894. Boston, 1896.

Hamilton, Cicely. Life Errant. London, 1935.

Horner, Frances. Time Remembered. London, 1933.

Hughes, Thomas. Memoir of Daniel Macmillan. London, 1883.

Hutton, William. The Life of William Hutton, Stationer of Birmingham. London, 1841.

Knight, Charles. The Old Printer and the Modern Press. London, 1854.

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Lackington, James. Memoirs of the Forty-Five First Years of the Life of James Lackington, the Present Bookseller in Chiswell-Street, Finsbury-Square, London. 1794; New York, 1974.

The Life and Letters of Hugh Miller. Hg. v. Peter Bayne. 2 Bde. London, 1871.

Mayo, Isabella Fyvie. Recollections of What I Saw, What I Lived Through, and What I Learned, During More Than Fifty Years of Social and Literary Experience. London, 1910.

Mitchel, John. Jail Journal: or, Five Years in British Prisons. New York, 1854.

Mitchell, Hannah. A Hard Way Up: The Autobiography of Hannah Mitchell, Suffragette and Rebel. Hg. v. Geoffrey Mitchell. London, 1977.

Moore, George. Hail and Farewell: Ave. New York, 1923.

Nichols, John Gough. Memoir of the Late John Gough Nichols. Hg. v. Robert Cradock Nichols. Westminster, 1874.

Rhys, Ernest. Wales England Wed. London, 1840.

———. Everyman Remembers. London, 1931.

Sala, George Augustus. The Life and Adventures of George Augustus Sala. 2 Bde. 2. Aufl. London, 1895.

Smiles, Samuel. The Autobiography of Samuel Smiles. Hg. v. Thomas Mackay. London, 1905.

Swinnerton, Frank. An Autobiography. New York, 1936.

———. The Bookman’s London. London, 1951.

———. Background with Chorus: A Footnote to Changes in English Literary Fashion between 1901 and 1917. London, 1956.

Tinsley, William. Random Recollections of an Old Publisher. 2 Bde. London, 1905.

Thomson, Christopher. The Autobiography of an Artisan. London, 1847.

Trollope, Anthony. An Autobiography. 1883; London, 1999.

Vincent, William. Seen from the Railway Platform: Fifty Years’ Reminiscences. London, 1919.

Auswahl der Schriften der Verleger

Chambers, Robert, Hg. The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in Connection with the Calendar including Anecdote, Biography, and History, Curiosities of Literature and Oddities of Human Life and Character. 2 Bde. 1862–64; Detroit, 1967.

———. Cyclopædia of English Literature. 2 Bde. Edinburgh, 1844.

———. Explanations: A Sequel to the Vestiges. London, 1845.

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———. History of the English Language and Literature. Edinburgh, 1835.

———. History of the Rebellion in Scotland, 1745, 1746. 2 Bde. Edinburgh, 1827.

———. History of the Rebellion in Scotland under the Marquis of Montrose and Others from 1638 till 1660. 2 Bde. Edinburgh, 1828.

———. History of the Rebellion of 1745–46. London, 1869.

———. History of the Rebellions in Scotland under the Viscount of Dundee and the Earl of Mar in 1689 and 1715. Edinburgh, 1829.

[———]. Illustrations of the Author of Waverley: Being Notices and Anecdotes of Real Characters, Scenes, Incidents, &c. Presumed to be Described in his Works. Edinburgh, 1822; 2. Aufl. Edinburgh, 1825.

———. The Life of James the First. 2 Bde. Edinburgh, 1830.

———. The Life of Robert Burns with his Correspondence and Fragments. London, 1826.

———, Überarb. James Currie. The Life of Robert Burns with a Criticism of his Writings. Edinburgh, 1838.

———. Life of Sir Walter Scott. 1832; London, 1871.

———, Hg. The Life and Works of Robert Burns. 4 Bde. Edinburgh, 1851–52.

———. Picture of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1826.

———. Popular Rhymes of Scotland with Illustrations: Chiefly Collected from Oral Sources. Edinburgh, 1826.

———. „Salerooms“. Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal, 27. Januar 1838, 1–2.

———. „Salerooms: Second and Concluding Article“. Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal, 3. Februar 1838, 9–10.

———. Scottish Ballads and Songs. 3 Bde. Edinburgh, 1829.

———. Scottish Jests and Anecdotes. Edinburgh, 1831.

———. Select Writings of Robert Chambers: Essays, Familiar and Humorous. 2 Bde. Edinburgh, 1847.

———. Smollett: His Life and a Selection from his Writings. London, 1867.

———. „To the Evening Star“. Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal, 12. Juli 1838, 192.

———. Traditions of Edinburgh. 1824; Edinburgh, 1868.

———. Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation. London, 1844.

———. Walks in Edinburgh. Edinburgh, 1825.

———, Hg. Edinburgh Advertiser. 1829–1832.

Chambers, William. „Archibald Constable“. Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal, 28. März 1874, 193–197.

———. Book of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1830.

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———. „Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal“. The Athenæum, 1. April 1871, 401.

———. „The Editor’s Address to his Readers“. Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal, 11. Februar 1832, 1–2.

———. Exploits and Anecdotes of Scottish Gypsies. 1821; Edinburgh, 1886.

———. „A Few Weeks on the Continent“. Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal, 20. Oktober 1838–23. März 1839.

———. A History of Peeblesshire. Edinburgh, 1864.

———. My Holidays. Edinburgh, 1867.

———. Something of Italy. Edinburgh, 1862.

———. Things as They Are in America. London, 1854.

———. A Tour in Holland, the Countries on the Rhine and Belgium in the Autumn of 1838. Edinburgh, 1839.

———. Wintering at Mentone. London, 1870.

Chambers, William, und Robert Chambers. The Gazeteer of Scotland. Glasgow, 1838.

———. „Notice“. 31. März 1860. Chambers’s Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge. Bd 1. Philadelphia, 1870.

Dent, J. M., und MissMackie, Hgg. A Book of Lighter Verse. London, 1924.

———, Hg. English Short Stories. Everyman’s Library, 743. 1921; London, 1923.

———. „Forewords“. In Elizabeth Gaskell. Cranford: A Tale. Everyman’s Library, 83 (1906; London, 1910), ix–xiii.

———. „Introduction“. In Oliver Goldsmith. The Vicar of Wakefield. Everyman’s Library, 295 (1908; London, 1965), v–ix.

———, und MissMackie, Hgg. Lighter English Prose. London, 1923.

———, Hg. A Shakespeare Progress. London, 1920.

Paul, C. Kegan. Biographical Sketches. London, 1883.

———. The Communion of Saints: A Sermon Preached in the Parish Church of S. Mary, Bloxham, on Occasion of the Festival of All Saints Grammar School on All Saints Day, 1853. London, 1853.

———, Rez. „The Disciples“. The Examiner, 17. Januar 1874, 63–64.

———, Hg. Essays by the Late William Godwin. London, 1873.

———. Faith and Unfaith and Other Essays. London, 1891.

———, Übers. Faust: A Tragedy by Goethe. London, 1873.

[———]. „Henry Samuel King“. The Academy, 23. November 1878, 497–498.

———, Übers. Joris-Karl Huysmans. En Route. London, 1896.

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———, Hg. Mary Wollstonecraft:Letters to Imlay. London, 1879.

[———]. „In Memoriam Charles Old Goodford, D.D., Provost of Eton“. The Academy, 17. Mai 1884, 349–350.

———. Maria Drummond: A Sketch. London, 1891.

———, Übers. Auguste Molinier. The Thoughts of Blaise Pascal. London, 1885.

———. On the Way Side: Verses and Translations. London, 1899.

———. „Prefatory Note“. In Joris-Karl Huysmans. The Cathedral. Übersetzt von Clara Bell (London, 1898), vii–xi.

———. „The Production and Life of Books“. Fortnightly Review, 33.196 (April 1883), 485–499. Nachgedruckt in Faith and Unfaith and Other Essays (London, 1891), 191–224.

———. A Reading Book for Evening Schools Designed for the Use of the More Advanced Classes. London, 1864.

———, Übers. Tito Vignoli. Myth & Science. London, 1882.

———. William Godwin: His Friends and Contemporaries, with Portraits and Illustrations. 2 Bde. London, 1876.

———, und E. D. Stone, Übers. Ferdinand Baur. A Philological Introduction to Greek and Latin Students. London, 1876.

Auswahl der Publikationen der Verlagshäuser

W. and R. Chambers (1832–1989)

Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal, 2. Februar 1832 bis 24 November 1900.

Chambers’s Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People. 10 Bde. Edinburgh, 1859–68.

Chambers’s Information for the People. 2 Bde. Edinburgh, 1833–34; 5. Aufl. Edinburgh 1875.

Chambers’s Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts. 20 Bde. Edinburgh, 1844–47.

The Kaleidoscope: or, Edinburgh Literary Amusement. 6. Oktober 1821 bis 12. Januar 1822.

The Life and Anecdotes of the Black Dwarf or David Ritchie. Edinburgh, 1820.

The Life of Benjamin Franklin Comprising the Account of the Early Part of his Life Written by himself and a New and Greatly Extended Narrative in Continuation till his Death … also the Miscellaneous Writings of Franklin. Edinburgh, 1838.

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C. Kegan Paul and Company (1877–81); Kegan Paul, Trench and Company (1881–88); Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner and Company Limited (1889–1912)

Browning, Oscar. An Introduction to the History of Educational Theories. London, 1881.

The Colonial Library/Indian and Colonial Library. 40 Titel. 1887–96.

Cornish, Francis Warre, Hg. Q. Horati Flacci opera. London, 1882.

Dobson, Austin, Proverbs in Porcelain. London, 1877.

———, Hg. The Fables of Mr. John Gay. London, 1883.

The Education Library. 5 Titel. 1881–88.

Gordon, Henry William. Events in the Life of Charles George Gordon. London, 1886.

Hake, Egmont, Hg. The Journals of Major-Gen. C.G. Gordon, C.B., at Kartoum. London, 1885.

Huysmans, Joris-Karl. En Route. Übersetzt von C. Kegan Paul. London, 1896.

———. The Oblate. Übersetzt von Edward Perceval. London, 1924.

———. The Cathedral. Übersetzt von Clara Bell. London, 1898.

The International Scientific Series. 96 Titel. 1871–1911.

Keble, John. The Christian Year. London, 1882.

Landon, Joseph. School Management. London, 1883.

Laurie, Simon. John Amos Comenius, Bishop of the Moravians: His Life and Educational Works. London, 1881.

Magnus, Philip. Industrial Education. London, 1888.

Mahaffy, J. P. Old Greek Education. London, 1881.

Meredith, George. The Egoist: A Comedy in Narrative. 3 Bde. London, 1879.

———. The Egoist: A Comedy in Narrative. 2. Aufl. London, 1880.

Moltke, Helmut. Letters from Russia. Übersetzt von Robina Napier. London, 1878.

The Nineteenth Century. März 1877–Juni 1891.

Paul, Margaret Agnes. Gentle and Simple. 2 Bde. London, 1878.

The Pulpit Commentary. Hg. v. Joseph S. Exell. 49 Titel. London, 1881–97.

———. Daniel. Hg. v. J. E. H. Thomson und W. F. Adeney. London, 1897.

———. Exodus. Hg. v. George Rawlinson. London, 1882.

Stephen, James, et al. Folkstone Ritual Case: The Argument Delivered before the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (January 23–February 1, 1877) in the Case of Ridsdale v. Clifton and Others. 1877; London, 1878.

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Stevenson, Robert Louis. An Inland Voyage. London, 1878. Neue Aufl. London, 1881.

———. „The Story of a Lie“. New Quarterly Magazine, 25 (1879), 307–355.

———. Travels with a Donkey. London, 1879.

———. Virginibus Puerisque and Other Papers. London, 1881.

Tennyson, Alfred. In Memoriam. London, 1878.

———. Poems. 2 Bde. London, 1883.

———. The Princess. London, 1883.

———. „Those that of late…“ The Nineteenth Century, 1 (1877), 1.

———. The Works: The Princess. London, 1883.

J. M. Dent and Company (1888–1909); J. M. Dent and Sons (1909–1980)

Aldine House. London, 1921.

Balzac, Honoré de. La Comedie humaine. Hg. v. George Saintsbury. 40 Bde. London, 1895–99.

Blackwell, Basil. The World of Books: A Panorama. J. M. Dent Memorial Lecture, 1. London, 1932.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. The Decameron. 2 Bde. Everyman’s Library, 845. 1930; London, 1953.

Bon Mots. Illustriert von Aubrey Beardsley. London, 1893–94.

Boswell, James. The Life of Samuel Johnson. 2 Bde. Everyman’s Library, 1–2. 1906; London, 1916.

Clapperton, Robert Henderson. Paper and its Relationship to Books. J. M. Dent Memorial Lecture, 4. London, 1934.

Cook, Theodore Andrea. The Story of Rouen. Illustriert von Helen M. James und Jane E. Cook. London, 1899.

Fielding, Henry. A Journey from this World to the Next and A Voyage to Lisbon. Hg. v. George Saintsbury. Illustriert von Herbert Railton und E. J. Wheeler. London, 1893.

The First Book of Moses Called Genesis. Hg. v. A. H. Sayce. London, 1902.

Gardner, Edmund Garratt. Story of Florence. London, 1900.

———. Story of Siena. London, 1902.

Gerrare, Wirt. The Story of Moscow. Illustriert von Helen M. James. 1900; London, 1903.

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Goldsmith, Oliver. The Citizen of the World. Hg. v. Austin Dobson. 2 Bde. London, 1891.

———. She Stoops to Conquer: or, The Mistakes of the Night. A Comedy. London, 1905.

Gossop, R. P. Book Illustration: A Review of the Art as it is To-Day. J. M. Dent Memorial Lecture, 7. London, 1937.

Haddon Hall Library. 8 Bde. London, 1899.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Wonder Book and Tanglewood Tales. Everyman’s Library, 5. London, 1906.

Headlam, Cecil. The Story of Chartres. Illustriert von Herbert Railton. London, 1902.

Hewlett, Maurice. Earthwork out of Tuscany. London, 1895.

———. Masque of Dead Florentines. London, 1895.

Hole, S. Reynolds. Our Gardens. London, 1899.

Hoppé, A. J. A Talk on Everyman’s Library … Delivered at the L.C.C. Barrett Street Trade School on 24th January 1938 on the Series of Talks on Bookselling Sponsored by the London Branch of the Associated Booksellers of Great Britain & Ireland. London, 1938.

Hughes, Thomas. Tom Brown’s Schooldays. Everyman’s Library, 58. London, 1906.

Johnson, John. The Printer, his Customers and his Men. J. M. Dent Memorial Lecture, 3. London, 1933.

Lamb, Charles. Essays of Elia. 1888; Everyman’s Library, 14. London, 1906.

———. The Last Essays of Elia. London, 1898.

Leighton, Douglas. Modern Bookbinding: A Survey and Prospect. J. M. Dent Memorial Lectures, 5. London, 1935.

The Lyric Poems of Robert Burns. London, [1895].

The Lyric Poems of William Wordsworth. Hg. v. Ernest Rhys. London, [1897].

Lyrical Poetry from the Bible. London, [1895?].

Malory, Thomas. Morte Darthur. London, 1893–94; Faksimile: Woodbridge, Suffolk, 1985.

———. Le Morte Darthur. 4 Bde. 2. Aufl. London, 1898.

———. History of King Arthur and the Quest of the Holy Grail (from the Morte D’Arthur). London, 1886.

Malory’s History of King Arthur and the Quest of the Holy Grail. Hg. v. Ernest Rhys. London, 1886.

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Mare, Richard de la. A Publisher on Book Production Delivered at the London School of Printing on Friday the Twenty-Third of October 1936. J. M. Dent Memorial Lectures, 6. London, 1936.

Marlowe, Christopher. Edward the Second. Hg. v. A. W. Verity. 1896; London, 1942.

Naylor, Edward W. Shakespeare and Music, with Illustrations from the Music of the 16th and 17th Centuries. London, 1896.

Noyes, Ella. Saints of Italy. Illustriert von Dora Noyes. London, 1901.

———. The Story of Ferrara. Illustriert von Dora Noyes. London, 1904.

———. The Casentino and its Story. Illustriert von Dora Noyes. London, 1905.

———. The Story of Milan. Illustriert von Dora Noyes. London, 1908.

Ordish, T. Fairman. Shakespeare’s London: A Study of London in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. London, 1897.

Paget, J. Otho. Hunting. London, 1900.

Pepys, Samuel. Diary and Correspondence … Deciphered by the Rev. J. Smith, AM, from the Original Shorthand MS in the Pepysian Library, with Notes by Richard Lord Braybrooke. Hg. v. J. Smith. 2 Bde. Everyman’s Library, 53–54. London, 1906.

Raymond, Harold. Publishing and Bookselling: A Survey of Post-War Developments and Present-Day Problems. J. M. Dent Memorial Lecture, 8. London, 1938.

Ross, Donald Armstrong, Hg. The Reader’s Guide to Everyman’s Library. London, 1976.

Sadleir, Michael. Authors and Publishers: A Study in Mutual Esteem. J. M. Dent Memorial Lecture, 2. London, 1932.

Scott, Walter. Rob Roy. Everyman’s Library, 142. London, 1906.

The Second Book of Moses Called Exodus. Hg. v. A. R. S. Kennedy. London, 1903.

Shakespeare’s Comedy of the Two Gentlemen of Verona, with Preface, Glossary, &c. Hg .v. Israel Gollancz. London, 1894.

Shakespeare’s Tragedy of Cymbeline, with Preface, Glossary, &c. Hg. v. Israel Gollancz. London, 1896.

Shakespeare’s Troilvs and Cressida, with Preface, Glossary, &c. Hg. v. Israel Gollancz. London, 1911.

Sharp, R. Farquharson. The Bookseller’s Guide to Everyman’s Library Being a Catalogue of the First 888 Volumes. London, 1932.

———. The Reader’s Guide to Everyman’s Library Being a Catalogue of the First 888 Volumes. Everyman’s Library, 889. London, 1932.

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Swinnerton, Frank. The Georgian Literary Scene. Everman’s Library, 943. London, 1938.

———. The Reviewing and Criticism of Books. J. M. Dent Memorial Lecture, 9. London, 1938.

Symonds, Margaret, und Lina Duff-Gordon. The Story of Perugia. Illustriert von Helen M. James. London, 1898.

The Temple Bible. 30 Bde. London, 1901–03.

The Temple Library. London, 1888-?.

The Temple Shakespeare. 40 Bde. London, 1894–96.

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„A Bill as Amended by the Committee and on Re-commitment to Amend an Act of the Seventh Year of Her Present Majesty Relating to Labour in Factories [1850]“.

„A Bill [as Amended by the Committee and on Re-commitment] to Amend an Act of the Seventh year of Her Present Majesty Relating to Labour in Factories [1850]“.

„A Bill [as Amended by the Committee] to Prohibit the Employment of Women and Girls in Mines and Collierie s, to Regulate the Employment of Boys and Make Provisions for the Safety of Persons Working Therein [1842]“.

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„A Bill [as Amended by the Committee] to Regulate the Labour of Children and Young Persons in the Mills and Factories of the United Kingdom [1833]“.

„A Bill to Amend Act for Extending the Public Libraries Act, 1850, to Ireland and Scotland [1854]“.

„A Bill for Enabling Town Councils to Establish Public Libraries and Museums [1850]“.

„A Bill Intituled an Act to Make further Provision as to Byelaws Respecting the Attendance of Children at School under the Elementary Education Acts [Elementary Education Act 1880]“.

„A Bill to Make Further Provision for Assisting Education in Public Elementary Schools in England and Wales [Elementary Education Act 1891]“.

„A Bill to Provide for Public Elementary Education in England and Wales [Elementary Education Act 1870]“.

Minutes of Evidence Taken before the Select Committee on the Copyrigt Acts.

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