- Biographical Essay
- Photograph of Charles Lever in Later Life
- Blue Plaque for Charles Lever on 22a The Promenade, Portstewart, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland
- Unveiling the Charles Lever Blue Plaque in Portstewart, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland
- Henry Thomas Ryall's stipple engraving based on Samuel Lover's 1840 portrait of Lever, and the original title-page of Jack Hinton, The Guardsman (1842)
- Charles Lever's Winning Formula and the Conclusion of Charles O'Malley (1841).
- List of Writings (1839-72)
- Charles Lever's Charles O'Malley, The Irish Dragoon (1841)
- Charles Lever's Winning Formula and the Conclusion of Charles O'Malley (1841)
- Charles Lever's The Knight of Gwynne; A Tale of the Time of the Union (1847)
- The Irish Question and Charles Lever's Roland Cashel (1850)
- Charles Lever's The Martins of Cro' Martin (1854-56)
- Charles Lever's Swindler as Hero in Davenport Dunn (1858-59)
- A Synopsis of Charles Lever's Barrington (1863)
- The Delayed Serialisation of Charles Lever's Lord Kilgobbin (October 1870-March 1872)
Literary Relations: Early and Mid-Victorian Fiction
Religion and Philosophy
Social and Political Contexts
- Victorian Ireland
- The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 1801-1855 & the 27 March-24 April 1857 election in Lever's Davenport Dunn
- Charles Lever's characters discuss the new Divorce Law, September 1857, in Davenport Dunn
- Victorian Social and Political History
- Railway Mania
- Hudson the Railway King
- The "Stain Cast upon Our Age and Our Civilization": The Harm Davenport Dunn did to Britain
- Real and Fictional Swindlers of the 1850s: Sadleir, Merdle, and Dunn
- Phiz's Twenty-two Illustrations for Charles Lever's Confessions of Harry Lorrequer (1839)
- Phiz's Forty-four Illustrations for Charles O'Malley, The Irish Dragoon (1841)
- Phiz's Thirty-three Illustrations for Jack Hinton, The Guardsman (1842)
- Phiz's Forty-four Illustrations for Tom Burke of "Ours" (February 1843 through September 1844)
- Phiz's Forty Illustrations for The Knight of Gwynne (January 1846 through July 1847)
- Phiz's Forty Illustrations by Phiz for the nineteen monthly numbers of Charles Lever's Roland Cashel (May 1848 through November 1849)
- Phiz's Forty Illustrations for The Martins of Cro' Martin (1856)
- Phiz's Illustrations for Davenport Dunn (1859)
- The Dark Plates for Davenport Dunn
- William Newman's Plates for Charles Lever's A Day's Ride: A Romance of Life (1860)
- Illustrations by Phiz for A Day's Ride; or, The Romance of Life (1862)
- Phiz's Illustrations for Barrington (1863)
- Phiz: "A Good Hand at a Horse" — A Gallery and Brief Overview of Phiz's Illustrations of Horses for Defoe, Dickens, Lever, and Ainsworth (1836-64)
- Mary Ellen Edwards' Thirty-Four Illustrations for The Bramleighs of Bishop's Folly in The Cornhill (June 1867 through October 1868)
- Fildes' Thirty-Six Illustrations for Lord Kilgobbin (1870-72).
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Lester, Valerie Browne. Phiz: The Man Who Drew Dickens. London: Chatto and Windus, 2004.
Lever, Charles. Barrington. With 26 illustrations by "Phiz" (Hablot Knight Browne). London: Chapman and Hall, 1863.
_______. The Daltons; or, Three Roads in Life. Illustrated by "Phiz" (Hablot Knight Browne). London: Chapman and Hall, 1852, rpt. 1872.
_______. Davenport Dunn: A Man of Our Day. Illustrated by "Phiz" (Hablot Knight Browne). London: Chapman and Hall, 1859, rpt. 1872.
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_______. A Day's Ride: A Life's Romance. London: Chapman and Hall, 1873.
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_______. A Day's Ride. Harper's Weekly. New York: 1860; All the Year Round. London: 1860.
_______. Jack Hinton, The Guardsman. Illustrated by Hablột Knight Browne (Phiz). London: Downey & Co., 1901. [First published serially in The Dublin University Magazine January through December 1842; and subsequently in a single volume, Dublin: William Curry, Jun. December 1842, pp. 396. Illustrated with wood and steel engravings by H. K. Browne. 8vo, 396pp. Boston: Little, Brown, 1894; New York: Croscup, 1894. 2 vols.
_______. Lord Kilgobbin. The Cornhill Magazine. With 18 full-page illustrations and 18 initial-letter vignettes by S. Luke Fildes. Volumes XXII-XXV. October 1870-March 1872.
_______. The Martins of Cro' Martin. With illustrations by Phiz. 2 vols. London: Chapman & Hall, 1856, rpt. London & New York: Routledge, 1873.
_______. Tom Burke of "Ours." Illustrated by Phiz [Hablot Knight Browne]. Novels and Romances of Charles Lever. Vols. I and II. In two volumes. Dublin: William Curry, 1844, and London: Chapman and Hall, 1865, Rpt. Boston: Little, Brown, 1907. Project Gutenberg. Last Updated: 27 February 2018.
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