I have divided Browne's career during the time of his collaboration with Dickens into three periods, and although there is unavoidable overlap given the facts of serial publication, the periods make sense in terms of stylistic development and certain milestones in the life or career. These lists make no claim to completeness or total accuracy, though they should be a considerable advance in both respects on Thomson's list; they are intended only as general guides to Phiz's career. With a few exceptions, I list no work that I have not actually seen myself, and those exceptions are marked with an asterisk.
Period 1: 1836-1841
The Library of Fiction (monthly periodical), Vol. I. 3 cuts. "Timothy Sparks" (Charles Dickens), Sunday Under Three Heads. 3 cuts and engraved wrapper.
Charles Dickens, The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Monthly parts. 36 etchings (from Part IV onward, plus 2 replacement etchings for Part III).
"Quiz" (Edward Caswall), Sketches of Young Ladies. 6 etchings and engraved wrapper.
Richard Johns, "The Little Bit of Tape," Bentley's Miscellany, Vol. I. 1 etching.
Advertising circular for Bentley's Miscellany, 1 etching.
James Grant, Sketches in London. Monthly parts. 18 etchings (out of 24 — first 6 not by Browne).
Charles Dickens, The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, 2nd edition. 12 fully redesigned etchings, plus 6 duplicates of Semour's originals.
Charles Dickens, Sketches of Young Gentlemen. 6 etchings.
* Richard Falconer, Voyages. 2 etchings.
Morals from the Churchyard. 8 cuts.
Stephen Oliver, The Old English Squire. 6 etchings.
R. S. Surtees, Jorrocks' Jaunts and Jollities (first bound edition). 12 etchings. [317/318]
Charles Dickens, Nicholas Nickleby. Monthly parts. 39 etchings and engraved wrapper.
Charles Lever, The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer. Monthly parts. 22 etchings and engraved wrapper.
"Joseph Fume" (W. A. Chatto), A Paper: —of Tobacco. 6 etchings.
"Captain Barabbas Whitefeather" (Douglas Jerrold), The Hand-Book of Swindling. 4 etchings.
* New Sporting Magazine, November. 1 cut.
J. P. Robertson, Solomon Seesaw. 7 etchings.
W. J. Neale. Paul Periwinkle, or, The Press Gang. Monthly parts. 40 etchings and * engraved wrapper (?).
Charles Dickens, Sketches of Young Couples. 6 etchings.
"The Diurnal Revolutions of Davie Diddlecroft." The London Magazine, Charivari, and Courrier des Dames. 3 etchings.
Henry Fielding, Jonathan Wild. 4 etchings.
Theodore Hook, Precepts and Practice. 10 etchings.
Theodore Hook, "Fathers and Sons." The New Monthly Magazine. 3 etchings.
A Legend of Cloth Fair, and Other Tales. 6 etchings.
"Review." The Newgate Annual in The New Monthly Magazine. 1 etching.
G. M. W. Reynolds, Robert Macaire in England. 18 etchings.
Charles Lever, Charles O'Malley. Monthly parts. 22 etchings and engraved wrapper.
"Camden Pelham," The Chronicles of Crime. Monthly parts. 52 etchings.
Mrs. F. Trollope, The Adventures of Charles Chesterfield in The New Monthly Magazine. 12 etchings.
Charles Dickens (ed.), The Pic Nic Papers. 6 etchings.
Joseph Thomas Hewlett, Peter Priggins. 12 etchings.
John Poole, "Phineas Quiddy; or, Sheer Industry," in The New Monthly Magazine. 3 etchings.
Period 2: 1841-1850
Charles Lever, Jack Hinton, The Guardsman Part I of Our Mess. [318/319] Monthly parts. 26 etchings, 9 cuts, engraved wrapper.
C. P. R. James, The Commissioner. Monthly parts. 28 etchings.
Cornelius Matthews, The Career of Peter Hopkins. 3 etchings.
W. H. Maxwell, Rambling Recollections of a Soldier of Fortune. 3 cuts.
"The Physiology of London Evening Parties," Punch. Vol. 2. 4 cuts.
Punch. Vol. 2. Engraved cover.
"Punch's Valentines." Punch. Vol. 2. 2 full-page cuts.
"A Review of the Book of the Season," Punch. Vol. 3. 4 cuts.
Sir Walter Scott, Guy Mannering (Abbotsford Edition). 2 cuts.
Thomas Miller, Godfrey Malvern. Monthly parts. 26 etchings and engraved wrapper.
William Carleton, Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry. 9 etchings.
Charles Dickens, Martin Chuzzlewit. Monthly parts. 40 etchings and engraved wrapper.
Charles Lever, Jack Hinton, The Guardsman Part I of Tom Burke of "Ours". (Part II of Our Mess). Monthly parts. 44 etchings (wrapper same as Jack Hinton).
Fiddle Faddle's Sentimental Tour 1 etching.
Charles Lever, The O'Donoghue. Monthly parts. 26 etchings and engraved wrapper.
Charles Lever, St. Patrick's Eve. 4 etchings and 12 cuts.
Charles Lever, Tales of the Trains. Monthly parts. 15 cuts.
George Raymond, Memoirs of R. W. Elliston, Comedian. New Monthly Magazine. 2 etchings.
G. Herbert Rodwell, The Memoirs of an Umbrella. 68 cuts.
William Carleton, Tales and Stories of the Irish Peasantry. 7 etchings (2 repeated from Traits and Stories. . .).
"Democritus," A Medical, Moral, and Christian Dissection of Teetotalismn. 5 etchings and 1 cut.
Charles Rowcroft, Fanny and the Little Milliner. 4 etchings.
J. Sheridan Le Fanu, The Fortunes of Colonel Torlogh O'Brien. Monthly parts. 22 etchings and engraved wrapper. [319/320]
Charles Lever, The Knight of the Gwynne. Monthly parts. 40 etchings and engraved wrapper.
Charles Dickens, Dombey and Son Monthly parts. 40 etchings and engraved wrapper. (1 dark plate which does not appear until 1848.)
William Carleton, Valentine M'Clutchy. 20 etchings.
The Long-Lost Found. Monthly parts (discontinued after three.) 6 etchings and engraved wrapper.
R. S. Surtees, Hawbuck Grange. 8 etchings (hand-colored).
6 "extra" illustrations (cuts) for Pickwick Papers.
W. Blanchard Jerrold, The Disgrace in the Family. 12 etchings.
Angus B. Reach, A Romance of a Mince-Pie. 28 cuts.
12 "extra" illustrations for Dombey and Son: a set of 8 etchings, and a set of 4 steel engravings.
4 "extra" illustrations for The Old Curiosity Shop: three steel engravings and 1 etching.
W. Harrison Ainsworth, Crichton. New Monthly Magazine. 18 etchings. (8 dark plates.)
Charles Lever, Roland Cashel. Monthly parts. 40 etchings and engraved wrapper. (40 dark plates.)
Albert Smith, The Pottleton Legacy. Monthly parts. 20 etchings and * engraved wrapper (?). (1 dark plate.)
James Hannay, Hearts are Trumps. 28 cuts.
G. P. R. James, The Fight of the Fiddlers. 21 cuts.
4 "extra" illustrations to Barnaby Rudge: 4 etchings.
Period 3: 1850-1859
Hablot K. Browne. Home Sketches. 16 etchings (issued both colored and plain). (16 dark plates)
* J. S. Le Fanu, Ghost Stories and Tales of Mystery. 4 etchings.
W. Harrison Ainsworth, Mervyn Clitheroe. Monthly parts (1-4 only — resumed 1858). 8 etchings and engraved wrapper.
Charles Lever, The Daltons. Monthly parts. 48 etchings and engraved wrapper.
F. E. Smedley, Lewis Arundel. Monthly parts. 42 etchings and engraved wrapper.
Hablot K. Browne. Illustrations of the Five Senses. 5 etchings (issued both colored and plain). (5 dark plates)
Mrs. J. Maitland, The Doll and Her Friends. 4 cuts.
Charles Lever, The Dodd Family Abroad. Monthly parts. 48 etchings and engraved wrapper.
F. E. Smedley, Fortunes of the Colville Family. 2 etchings. (2 dark plates.)
Vizetelly (publisher) The Illustrated Byron. Monthly parts. 10 or fewer cuts (most cuts unsigned).
Mrs. Bray, A Peep at the Pixies. 6 cuts.
* Lady Campbell, A Cabin by the Wayside. 2 cuts.
* C. Le Ross, Christmas Day. 4 cuts.
Horace Mayhew, Letters Left at a Pastrycook's. 7 cuts.
F. E. Smedley, Harry Coverdale's Courtship. Monthly parts. 30 etchings and engraved wrapper.
Charles Lever, The Martins of Cro'Martin. Monthly parts. 40 etchings and engraved wrapper.
A Dozen Pair of Wedding Gloves 2 cut.s
*Illustrated Times 11 cuts. [321/322]
*Illustrated Times 1 cut.
W. Harrison Ainsworth, The Spendthrift. 8 cuts.
Henry Fielding, Amelia, Joseph Andrews, Tom Jones. 8 cuts each.
*Illustrated Times 20 cuts.
Charles Lever, Nuts and Nutcrackers. 6 etchings, 44 cuts.
Tobias Smollett, Humphrey Clinker, Peregrine Pickle, Roderick Random. 8 cuts each.
Mrs. Alfred Gatty, Legendary Tales. 4 cuts.
Walter Thornbury, The Buccaneers. 6 cuts.
Title pages for the Library Edition of Dickens. 21 engravings (or etchings?)
Robert B. Brough, Ulf the Minstrel. 19 cuts (ostensibly all by Browne, but this seems doubtful on stylistic grounds).
Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities. Monthly parts. 16 etchings and engraved wrapper.
James Grant, The Cavaliers of Fortune. 8 cuts.
Once A Week. 24 cuts.
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