Faulconstein Forest

This image is of the title page of the novel, which includes the full title of the novel as well as a poem, the location of the publisher, and the year it was published.

Faulconstein Forest. A Romantic Tale Author: Unknown Publisher: T. Hookham, Junior, and E. T. HookhamPublication Year: 1810Language: EnglishBook Dimensions: 12.3cm x 19cmPages: […]

Manuel: A Tragedy

Manuel: A Tragedy, in Five Acts: As Performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane Author: Charles Robert MaturinPublisher: William ClowesPublication Year: 1817Language: EnglishBook […]

Life of Jemima

Life of Jemima, Or, the Confessions of an Unfortunate Bastard Who by the Antipathy of her Parents was Driven to Every Scene […]

Durward and Isabelle

Durward and Isabelle Author: Unknown Publisher: Dean & Munday Publication Year: c. 1820s Language: English Book Dimensions: 11 cm x 16 cm  […]

The Commodore’s Daughter

Author: Benjamin Barker; Publication: 1847

Where one end is tied, another frays. With its twists and turns, this transatlantic tale recounts
heartbreak, love, desire, and greed.

Wolfstein

Wolfstein; or, the Mysterious Bandit. A Terrific Romance. To Which Is Added, The Bronze Statue. A Pathetic Tale. Author: UnknownPublisher: J. BaileyPublication […]

Kilverstone Castle

Author: Unknown; Publication: 1799

In this chapbook set in England during the Middle Ages, a conflict over religion between a priest and a baron, and an enchanted suit of armor result in betrayal, exile, and magic.

The Round Tower

The Round Tower, Or the Mysterious Witness: An Irish Legendary Tale of the Sixth Century Author: Charlotte Frances BarrettPublisher: Tegg and CastlemanPublication […]

The Secret Oath

Author: Mary Anne Radcliffe; Publication: 1802

This story follows a family left destitute after the French Revolution and their quest to start a new life. The only thing in their way is a string of murders.

The Affecting History of Louisa

Author: Unknown; Publication: 1804

Inspired by a George Henry Glasse translation, this chapbook connects the life of Louisa, a deranged wanderer of Bourton, England, to her greatest loss—the social denial of her identity as the German Emperor’s daughter.