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Chapman and Hall's Monthly Series
Publisher: Chapman and Hall. Country: United Kingdom. Date: 1845-48.


The French Revolution: Volume First: The Bastille - Carlyle (Chapman & Hall) (image)


CHAPMAN AND HALL'S MONTHLY SERIES (CHAPMAN AND HALL)
Series Note: The series is described in a publisher's advertisement (see image above) in the final pages of The French Revolution: Volume First: The Bastille by Thomas Carlyle (Chapman and Hall, 1842), as follows:

"CHAPMAN AND HALL'S MONTHLY SERIES.
A COLLECTION OF ORIGINAL WORKS OF
FICTION AND BIOGRAPHY.

This Series of Books will consist exclusively of new and original works, chiefly of the class of Novels and Romances; and the price of each work will be less than one-half the sum charged for an equal amount of matter in the ordinary system of publication.

The NOVELS will be published in FOUR MONTHLY PARTS, price Three Shillings each; and although containing the ordinary amount at present included in THREE VOLUMES, will be completed in TWO, and sold for Fourteen Shillings in cloth. The BIOGRAPHIES will never exceed Two Parts, or One Volume."

Volume Number/ Title / Author / Publication Year

1, 2.
The Whiteboy: A Story of Ireland in 1822
by Mrs. S. C. Hall.
1845

3, 4.
Mount Sorel, or, the Heiress of the De Veres
by Mrs. Marsh.
1845

5.
Life of Mozart, including His Correspondence
by Edward Holmes.
1845

6.
The Falcon Family, or, Young Ireland
by Marmion W. Savage
1845

7.
Long Engagements: A Tale of the Affghan Rebellion
by Sir W. Kaye
1846

8.
Life of George Canning
by Robert Bell
1846

9, 10.
Father Darcy
by Mrs. Marsh
1846

11.
Camp and Barrack Room
by a late Staff-Sergeant.
1846

12.
Memoirs of Simon Lord Lovat and Duncan Forbes
by J. H. Burton
1847

13.
Ranthorpe
by G. H. Lewes
1847

14.
Wayfaring Sketches Among the Greeks and Turks
by anon.
1847

15.
The Bachelor of the Albany
by Marmion W. Savage
1848

16, 17.
The Half Sisters
by Geraldine Jewsbury
1848


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