Publications under her own name

Lays and Lyrics. London: James Clarke, 1860.

Life Sketches. London: James Clarke, 1861.

Morning and Evening Hymns. London: John Cording, 1863.

Poems. London: James Clarke, 1866.

Chats by the Sea. London: James Clarke, 1868.

Girlhood. London: James Clarke, 1869.

Little Tales for Little Readers. London: James Clarke, 1869.

Home Life. London: James Clarke, 1869.

Boyhood. London: James Clarke, 1870.

The Cathedral's Shadow. London: James Clarke, 1871.

Sunday Schools of the Future. London: James Clarke, 1871.

Brothers and Sisters. London: James Clarke, 1873.

Leaves from Elim. London: James Clarke, 1873.

A Happy New Year for our Class, pamphlet, Northampton: Taylor & Son, 1874.

Sunday Afternoons with Jesus. London: James Clarke, 1874.

What of the Night? London: James Clarke, 1876.

Summer and Autumn of Life. London: James Clarke, 1876.

Will you take it? London: James Clarke, 1877.

Homely Talks about Homely Things. London: James Clarke, 1878.

Songs of Sunshine. London: James Clarke, 1878.

The Children's Holidays. London: James Clarke, 1878.

Nineteen Hundred? A forecast and a story. London: James Clarke, 1892.

A Story of 50 Years. London: James Clarke, 1893.

In Evening Lights. London: James Clarke, 1897.

A Window in Paris. London: James Clarke, 1898.

Harvest Gleanings and Gathered Fragments. London: James Clarke, 1903.

Women and their Saviour. London: James Clarke, 1904.

Women and their Work. London: James Clarke, 1906.

A Working Woman's Life. London: James Clarke, 1907.

Lyrics of the Soul. London: James Clarke, 1908.

Songs of Joy and Faith. London: James Clarke, 1909.

Marianne Farningham's work under the pseudonym of Eva Hope

Hope, E., Grace Darling, Heroine of the Farne Islands. London: Walter Scott, 1875. (E-text at Project Gutenberg)

Our Queen: A Sketch of the Life and Times of Victoria, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland. London, Walter Scott, 1883.

(ed.) Longfellow, London: Walter Scott, 1884.

(ed.) The Poetical Works of William Cowper. London: Walter Scott, 1885.

New World Heroes. London: Walter Scott, 1893.

Life of C.H. Spurgeon, Kilmarnock: John Ritchie, nd.

Great Modern Women. London: Walter Scott, 1886, also published as Queens of Literature of the Victorian Era.

Stanley and Africa. London: Walter Scott, 1890.

Life of General Gordon. London: Walter Scott, 1901 [ 1884].


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