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The titles in the following bibliography have been taken from Monika Brown’s “Historical Novels Noted in the British Press, 1830-70.” If you have any additional suggestions please contact the webmaster. —  George P. Landow

Boniface, Joseph Xavier [X. B. Santine, pseud.]. Antoine, L’ami de Robespierre. Paris: Hachette, 1839.

Chamerovzow, L[ouis] A[lexis]. Chronicles of the Bastille; First Series: The Bertrandiere: An Historical Romance. 3 vols. London: T. C. Newby, 1845.

_________. The Embassy, or, The Key to a Mystery. Second Series of the Chronicles of the Bastille. 3 vols. London: T. C. Newby, 1846.

_________. Philip of Lutetia; or, The Revolution of 1788; An Historical Romance. Being the Last Series of the Chronicles of the Bastille. London: T. c. Newby, 1848.

Chateau Lescure; or, The Last Marquis: A Story of Brittany and La Vendée. New York: Dunegan & Brother, 1856.

The Course of a Revolution; or, The Parthenopaean Republic: A Historical Tale of 1798, Illustrative of the Tendencies of the Fraternity and Equality of 1848. 3 vols. London: Saunders & Otley, 1849.

Dickens, Charles. A Tale of Two Cities. London: Chapman Hall, 1859. (discussions)

Erckmann, Émile and Alexandre Chartrian. Madame Thérèse; or, The volunteers of ’92. London: Ward, Lock, & Co., 1868 (French, 1863).

Feuillet, Octave. Bellah: A Tale of La Vendée. Trans, and ed. by [Anne Marsh-Caldwell. London: Hodgson, 1858 (French).

Hemphill, Barbara. Frieda the Jongleur. 3 vols. London: Chapman & Hall, 1857.

Hendriks, Rose Ellen. The Astrologer's Daughter. 3 vols. London: T. C. Newby, 1845.

________. Charlotte Corday: An Historical Tale. London: Groombridge, 1847.

_________. The B1ockade: An Episode of the Fall of the First French Empire. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1869 (French, 1868).

_________. The Conscript: or, The Invasion of France. Trans. H.W. Dulcken. London: Ward, Lock, & Tyler, 1871 (French, 1864).

_________. Waterloo: A Sequel to the Conscript of 1813. London: Ward, Lock, & Tyler, 1871 (French, 1866).

Keddie, Henrietta [Sarah Tytler, pseud.]. Citoyenne Jacqueline; A Woman’s Lot in the Great French Revolution. 3 vols. London: Alexander Strahan, 1866.

Marryat, Frederick. Ed. and Trans. Tales of the First French Revolution. London: Hodgson, 1849.

Martin, Miss. St. Etienne: A Romance of the First Revolution. 3 vols. London: T. C. Newby, 1845.

Neale, J[ohn] M[ason]. Duchénier; or, The Revolt of La Vendée. London: Masters, 1848.

The Reign of Terror; or, The Diary of a Volunteer of the Year Two of the French Revolution. Trans. Sameul Copland. London: W. & F. G. Cash, 1855 (French).

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