I have not listed the many illustrated guide-books giving details of Selous and Burford's panoramas as these are not, strictly speaking, illustrated works. The following is as complete a listing of his illustrated books as I could manage. Several items are identified for the first time; I have also deleted items which were erroneously included in earlier bibliographies. Many of these publications are extremely rare, and it is quite possible that other works by Selous are still to be identified.

Illustrated entirely by Selous

Cassell's Illustrated Shakespeare: the Plays of Shakespeare. Ed. Charles & Mary Cowden Clarke. London: Cassell, Petter, & Galpin. Issued in parts 1864-68, then in three vols, 1868.

Illustrations of 'Hereward the Wake' by Charles Kingsley. London: Art Union, 1870 [1869].

Bunyan's 'Pilgrim's Progress' , with Twenty One Illustrations in Outline by Henry C. Selous. Ed. George Godwin, engraved by Henry Moses. London: Holloway, 1844. (There was another edition published directly by the Art Union of London, 1844, bearing their imprint rather than Holloway's ).

La Motte-Fouque, Friedrich Heinrich Karl. Sintram and His Companions. London: Burns, 1844.

Outlines to Shakespeare's 'Tempest'. London: Schloss [1836].

Scenes from the Life of Moses. Engraved by C. Rolls. London: Hall & Virtue [1850].

Seven Events in the Life of Robert Bruce. Ed. J. Horsburgh; text by Sir Walter Scott. Edinburgh: Glashon [1850].

[Slous, Angiolo] Tales of a Rambler. London: Smith Elder, 1836.

The Parable of the Prodigal Son. With notes by James Hamilton. Edinburgh: Nisbet, 1867.

Contributions by Selous, with other artists in brackets

Ballads and Metrical Tales�� from the German of Lessing, etc. London: Burns, 1845. (Tenniel, Pickersgill).

Bible Pictures for Our Pets. London: The Religious Tract Society [1877]. (Harrison Weir, Watson).

Brougham, Henry. The National History of England. London: Collins, 1870. (mainly reproductions from paintings).

Bunyan, John. A True Relation of the Holy War Made by King Shaddai Upon Diabolus. London: Cassell, Petter, & Galpin [1863]. Co-illustrated by D. H. Friston.

_____. The Pilgrim's Progress. London: Cassell, Petter, & Galpin [1865]. Co-illustrated by M. Paolo Priolo.

Heber's Hymns. London: Sampson Low, 1867. (Small).

La Motte-Fouque, Friedrich Heinrich Karl. The Four Seasons. London: Burns, 1845. (Tenniel).

-------_____. Wild Love and Other Tales. London: Burns, 1844. (Tenniel).

Leslie's Songs for Little Folks2nd ed. London: Cassell, Petter, & Galpin [1883]. (Millais).

Milton, John. L' Allegro and Il Penseroso. London: The Art Union, 1848. (Tenniel, Frost, Doyle).

Our Life Illustrated by Pen and Pencil. London: The Religious Tract Society [1865]. (Barnes, Pinwell, Du Maurier).

Poems and Pictures. London: Burns, 1846. (Franklin, Pickersgill).

Sharpe's London Magazine (1846).

Smedley, Bute Menella. Lays and Ballads from English History. A new edition. London: Lumley [1856]. (Tenniel).

The Book of British Ballads. Ed. S.C. Hall. London: Jeremiah How, 1842. (Franklin, Dadd).

The Christian Year: Thoughts in Verse for Sundays. London: Routledge, 1874. (Small, Gilbert).

The Churchman's Family Magazine. 2 (1863). (Lawless).

The Illustrated Book of Sacred Poems. Ed. R. H. Baynes. 2nd ed. London: Casell, Petter, & Galpin [1870]. (Birket of 1869.

The Keepsake(1831).

The Royal Shakespeare London: Cassell, Galpin & Petter, 1894.

Thirty Illustrations to 'Childe Harold' . London: The Art Union, 1855. (Tenniel, Gilbert).

Valentine, Laura. The Nobility of Life, its Graces and Virtues. London: Warne, 1869. (Houghton, Mahoney, Watson).

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