CONSTABLE'S MISCELLANY (CONSTABLE & CO.) - CHECKLIST
Series Note: This series (whose full title was "Constable's Miscellany of Original and Selected Publications in the Various Departments of Literature, Science, and the Arts") ran from 1826 until 1834. It was launched by Constable & Company and published by it and by various other publishers during that period.
The series was later revived several times - "in the mid 1850s, in the early 1880s, and finally, in 1928, for about a decade". (Source)
Volume Number(s) / Title / Author
VOLUMES I, II, III
CAPTAIN HALL'S VOYAGES
viz. -- I. Voyage to Loo Choo, &c. in the Eastern Seas.
II. Interview with Napoleon, at St. Helena, in August, 1817.
III. Journal written on the Coasts of Chili, Mexico, and Peru.
By Basil Hall.
ADVENTURES OF BRITISH SEAMEN
By Hugh Murray, Esq., F.R.S.E.
MEMOIRS OF THE MARCHIONESS LAROCHE-JACQUELEIN.
With a Preface and Notes, by SIR WALTER SCOTT, Bart.
VOLUMES VI, VII.
CONVERTS FROM INFIDELITY
By ANDREW CRICHTON.
VOLUMES VIII, IX.
SYME'S EMBASSY to the KINGDOM OF AVA.
With a Narrative of the Late Military and Political Operations in the Birman Empire.
TABLE-TALK: or SELECTIONS from the ANA.
PERILS and CAPTIVITY.
viz. -- I. The Shipwreck of the Medusa Frigate.
II. Captivity of M. de Brisson.
III. Voyage and Sufferings of Madame Godin.
SELECTIONS of the MOST REMARKABLE PHENOMENA of NATURE.
By H. G. Bell, Esq.
VOLUMES XIII, XIV.
MARINER'S ACCOUNT of the NATIVES of the TONGA ISLANDS, in the South Pacific Ocean.
VOLUMES XV, XVI.
HISTORY of the REBELLION in SCOTLAND, in 1745, 1746.
By Robert Chambers, Author of "Traditions of Edinburgh," &c.
VOYAGES and EXCURSIONS on the EAST COAST, and in the INTERIOR of CENTRAL AMERICA.
By ORLANDO W. ROBERTS, many years a resident trader.
VOLUMES XVIII, XIX.
The HISTORICAL WORKS of FREDERICK SCHILLER, from the German.
By George Moir, Esq., Translator of "Wallenstein."
VOLUMES XX, XXI.
An HISTORICAL VIEW of the Manners, Customs, Dresses, Arts, Literature, &c. of Great Britain, from the time of the Saxons down to the 18th Century.
By Richard Thomson, Esq., Author of "Chronicles of London Bridge," &c.
The GENERAL REGISTER of POLITICS, SCIENCE, and LITERATURE, for 1827.
LIFE of BURNS.
By J. G. Lockhart, L.L.B.
VOLUMES XXIV, XXV.
LIFE of MARY, QUEEN of SCOTS.
By Henry Glassford Bell, Esq.
EVIDENCES of CHRISTIANITY.
By the Venerable Archdeacon Wrangham.
VOLUMES XXVII, XXVIII.
MEMORIALS of the LATE WAR.
viz. -- I. Journal of a Soldier of the 71st Regiment. -- II. The Spanish Campaign of 1808. By Adam Neale, M.D., F.L.S. -- III. Despatch after the Battle of Corunna. By Lieut.-Gen. Sir John Hope. -- IV. Reminiscences of a Campaign in the Pyrenees and South of France. By John Malcolm, Esq. -- V. Memoirs of the War of the French in Spain. By M. de Rocca. -- VI. Narratives of the Battles of Quatre-Bras, Ligny, and Waterloo. -- VII. Death of Napoleon Bonaparte.
VOLUMES XXIX, XXX.
A TOUR in GERMANY and some of the Southern Provinces of the Austrian Empire, in 1820, 21, 22.
By John Russell, Esq.
VOLUMES XXXI, XXXII.
HISTORY of the REBELLIONS in SCOTLAND, under Montrose and others, from 1638 to 1660.
By Robert Chambers, Author of "The Rebellion in 1745," &c.
VOLUMES XXXIII, XXXIV, XXXV.
HISTORY of the PRINCIPAL REVOLUTIONS in EUROPE, from the Subversion of the Roman Empire in the West, till the Abdication of Bonaparte.
From the French of C. W. Koch by Andrew Crichton.
VOLUMES XXXVI, XXXVII.
NARRATIVE of a PEDESTRIAN JOURNEY THROUGH RUSSIA and SIBERIAN TARTARY.
By Captain John Dundas Cochrane, R.N.
A PERSONAL NARRATIVE of a TOUR THROUGH NORWAY, SWEDEN, and DENMARK.
By Derwent Conway, Author of "Spain in 1830," &c.
HISTORY of SCULPTURE, PAINTING, and ARCHITECTURE.
By J. S. Memes, L.L.D., Author of "The Life of Canova," &c.
VOLUMES XL, XLI.
HISTORY of the OTTOMAN EMPIRE, from its establishment in 1326 to 1828.
By E. Upham, Esq., Author of "The History of Buddhism," &c.
The REBELLIONS in SCOTLAND, under DUNDEE and MAR, in 1689 and 1715.
By R. Chambers, Author of "The Rebellion in Scotland in 1745."
VOLUMES XLIII, XLIV.
HISTORY of REMARKABLE CONSPIRACIES connected with European history.
By J. P. Lawson, M.A.
NATURAL HISTORY of SELBORNE.
By the late Rev. Gilbert White, M.A.
With Additions, by Sir W. Jardine, Bart., Author of "Illustrations of Ornithology," &c.
An AUTUMN in ITALY; being a TOUR in the AUSTRIAN, TUSCAN, ROMAN, and SARDINIAN STATES in 1827.
By J. D. Sinclair, Esq.
VOLUMES XLVII, XLVIII.
The HISTORY of OLIVER CROMWELL, comprising the History of the Commonwealth, from the year 1642 to the Restoration of Charles II. in 1660.
By M. Russell, L.L.D.
LIFE of HERNAN CORTS; including the History of the Conquest of Mexico.
By Don Telesforo de Trueba.
VOLUMES L, LI.
HISTORY of CHIVALRY and the CRUSADES.
By Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A.
The HISTORY of MUSIC.
By W. C. Stafford.
VOLUMES LIII, LIV.
LIFE of SIR WILLIAM WALLACE of ELDERSLIE, with the History of his Struggle for the Independence of Scotland.
By John D. Carrick, Esq.
VOLUMES LV, LVI.
LIFE of KING JAMES the FIRST.
By Robert Chambers.
VOLUMES LVII, LVIII, LIX.
MEMOIRS of NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, from the French of BOURRIENNE, Private Secretary to the Emperor.
By John S. Memes, L.L.D.
VOLUMES LX, LXI.
HISTORY of the WAR of INDEPENDENCE in GREECE.
By Thomas Knightley, Esq.
HISTORY of the CONQUEST of PERU by the SPANIARDS.
By Don Telesforo de Trueba y Cosio.
VOLUMES LXIII, LXIV.
The ACHIEVEMENTS of the KNIGHTS of MALTA, from the Institution of the Hospitallers of St. John, in 1099, till the Political Extinction of the Order, by Napoleon, in 1800.
By Alexander Sutherland, Esq.
JOURNAL of a RESIDENCE in NORMANDY.
By J. A. St. John, Esq.
VOLUMES LXVI, LXVII.
A JOURNEY through the NORTHERN PROVINCES of FRANCE, the PYRENEES, and SWITZERLAND.
By Derwent Conway.
VOLUMES LXVIII, LXIX, LXX, LXXI.
AMERICAN ORNITHOLOGY of ALEXANDER WILSON and C. LUCIAN BUONAPARTE, with Notes and Additions by Professor Jameson.
MEMOIRS of the EMPRESS JOSEPHINE.
By J. S. Memes, Esq., L.L.D.
VOLUMES LXXIII, LXXIV.
The HISTORY of the CIVIL WARS of IRELAND.
By W. C. Taylor, M.A.
VOLUMES LXXV, LXXVI.
The Book of Butterflies, Moths and Spinxes, containing, in addition to Descriptive Letter-press, 120 Engravings, coloured from Nature. Vols. I, II.
By Captain Thomas Brown, F.R.S., F.L.S., M.W.S., &c.
A Popular Guide to the Observation of Nature.
By Robert Mudie.
VOLUMES LXXVIII, LXXIX.
A History of Shipwrecks and Disasters at Sea.
By Cyrus Redding.
The Book of Butterflies, Sphinxes and Moths. Vol. III.
By Captain Thomas Brown, F.R.S., F.L.S., M.W.S., &c.
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