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The Cabinet Cyclopædia (1829-1846) [Lardner]
Cabool: being a Personal Narrative of a Journey to and Residence in the City, in the Years 1836, 7, and 8 (1842) [Burnes]
Cadenus and Vanessa. A Poem (1726) [Swift]
“Cadyow Castle”, Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, consisting of Historical and Romantic Ballads, collected in the Southern Counties of Scotland, with a few of modern date, founded upon Local Tradition (1802-1803) [Scott]
“Cain: a Mystery”, Sardanapalus: a Tragedy. The two Foscari: a Tragedy. Cain: a Mystery (1821) [Byron]
Cain the Wanderer; A Vision of Heaven; Darkness and other Poems (1829) [Reade]
Cairo, Petra, and Damascus in 1839. With remarks on the government of Mehemet Ali and on the present prospects of Syria (1841) [Kinnear]
Calamities of Authors, including some Inquiries respecting their Moral and Literary Characters (1812) [D'Israeli]
Caledonian Sketches, or, a Tour through Scotland in 1807 (1809) [Carr]
“Caledonian Sketches”, Quarterly Review (February 1809) [Scott]
“The Calendar of Nature”, The Examiner (1819) [Hunt]
“The Calendar of Flora”, Minor Morals, interspersed with Sketches of Natural History, Historical Anecdotes, and Original Stories (1798) [Smith]
“Calidore. A Fragment”, Poems by John Keats (1817) [Keats]
“A Call to the Bar”, New Monthly Magazine (May 1821) [Talfourd]
Calthorpe; or, Fallen Fortunes: a Novel (1821) [Gaspey]
Calvary; or, the Death of Christ. A Poem, in Eight Books (1792) [Cumberland]
“I calzoni ricamati”, Novelle inedite di Giambattisto Casti (1803) [Casti]
The Cambrian Biography: or, Historical Notices of Celebrated Men among the Ancient Britons (1803) [Pughe]
Camilla: or, a Picture of Youth (1796) [Burney]
The Camisard; or, the Protestants of Languedoc: a Tale in Three Volumes (1825) [Cox]
The Camp of Refuge (1844) [Macfarlane]
The Camp: a Musical Entertainment (1795) [Sheridan]
“Campbell's Life of Mrs. Siddons”, Quarterly Review (August 1834) [Croker]
“Campbell's Theodric and Other Poems”, Edinburgh Review (January 1825) [Jeffrey]
“Campbelliana”, Fraser's Magazine (September 1844) [Cunningham]
“A Canadian Campaign”, New Monthly Magazine (December 1826) [Richardson]
Candide, ou l'Optimisme (1759) [Voltaire]
The Canterbury Tales (1390 c.) [Chaucer]
The Canterbury Tales (1797–1805) [Lee]
Canzoni toscane (1805) [Mathias]
Il Canzoniere (1370 c.) [Petrarch]
“The Cap and Bells or, The Jealousies”, Life, Letters, and Literary Remains, of John Keats (1848) [Keats]
Le Capitaine Fracasse (1863) [Gautier]
“Capt. Pasley on the Military Policy of Gr. Britain”, Quarterly Review (May 1811) [Southey]
Captain Sword and Captain Pen. A poem, with some Remarks on War and Military Statesmen (1835) [Hunt]
“Captain Paton's Lament”, Blackwood's Magazine (September 1819) [Lockhart]
Memoirs of Captain Rock, the celebrated Irish Chieftain with some Account of his Ancestors written by himself (1824) [Moore]
“Captain Ross's Voyage to Baffin's Bay”, Edinburgh Review (March 1819) [Murray]
“The Captaine”, Comedies and Tragedies written by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher Gentlemen (1647) [Fletcher]
Caractacus: a Dramatic Poem: written on the Model of the ancient Greek Tragedy (1759) [Mason]
A Careful and Strict Enquiry into the modern prevailing Notions of that Freedom of Will, which is supposed to be essential to Moral Agency, Vertue and Vice, Reward and Punishment, Praise and Blame (1754) [Edwards]
The Carib Chief: a Tragedy in Five Acts (1819) [Twiss]
“Carlyle's Works”, Quarterly Review (September 1840) [Sewell]
The Carmelite: a Tragedy (1784) [Cumberland]
Carmen triumphale, for the Commencement of the Year 1814 (1814) [Southey]
Carmina Homerica: a rapsodorum interpolation (1808) [Knight]
“The Carnatic Question considered”, Edinburgh Review (January 1808) [Horner]
Caroline of Lichtfield; a Novel (1786) [Montolieu]
“A Carousing”, Literary Gazette (10 April 1824) [Procter]
“Carr's Tour in Holland and Germany”, Edinburgh Review (July 1807) [Edgeworth]
A Case of Hydrophobia: commonly called Canine Madness, from the Bite of a Mad Dog, successfully treated (1793) [Arnold]
“Case of Mr. Hone”, Yellow Dwarf (3 January 1818) [Hazlitt]
The Case of Impropriations, and of the Augmentation of Vicarages (1704) [Kennett]
The Casket, a Miscellany, consisting of Unpublished Poems (1829) [Hodgson]
“Il caso di coscienza”, Novelle inedite di Giambattisto Casti (1803) [Casti]
Cassandra. The Fam'd Romance (1652) [Calprenède]
Castle Rackrent, an Hiberian Tale (1800) [Edgeworth]
The Highest Castle and the Lowest Cave; or, Events of the Days which are gone (1825) [Edridge]
The Castle Spectre: a Drama. In Five Acts (1798) [Lewis]
The Castle of Saint Donats; or, the History of Jack Smith (1798) [Lucas]
“Castle Vernon”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (June 1823) [Praed]
The Castle of Indolence: an Allegorical Poem. Written in imitation of Spenser (1748) [Thomson]
The Castle of Otranto, a Story. Translated by William Marshal, Gent. from the original Italian of Onuphrio Muralto (1765) [Walpole]
“Castle Dangerous”, Tales of my Landlord (1816-31) [Scott]
“Castlereagh Papers”, Quarterly Review (December 1848) [Croker]
A Catalogue of Books, the Property of a Nobleman, about to leave England on a Tour to the Morea. To which are added a silver Sepulchral Urn, containing Relics brought from Athens in 1811, and a silver Cup, the property of the same noble Person (1813) [Byron]
A Catalogue of the Royal and Noble Authors of England, Scotland, and Ireland (1806) [Park]
Catalogue of the very select and valuable Library of William Roscoe, esq. (1816) [Roscoe]
A Catalogue raisonnée of the Pictures now exhibiting at the British Institution (1815) [Smirke]
A Catalogue of the Royal and Noble Authors of England, with Lists of their Works (1758) [Walpole]
“[Catherine Jane Parr]”, Gentleman's Magazine (July 1809) [Parr]
“[Sarah Anne Wynne]”, Gentleman's Magazine (July 1810) [Parr]
“Catholic Question”, Edinburgh Review (December 1816) [Brougham]
The Catholic Doctrine of a Trinity proved by above an hundred short and clear Arguments expressed in the terms of the Holy Scripture, compared after a manner entirely new (1756) [Jones]
Catiline: a Tragedy in Five Acts (1822) [Croly]
Cato, a Tragedy (1713) [Addison]
Cato to Lord Byron on the Immorality of his Writings (1824) [Burges]
Cato Maior de senectute (44 BC) [Cicero]
“Causes and Cure of Pauperism”, Edinburgh Review (March 1817, February 1818) [Chalmers]
Il Cavaliero della Croce Rossa, o la Leggenda della Santità; poema in dodici canti; dall'inglese di Edmundo Spenser recato in verso italiano, detto ottava rima (1826) [Mathias]
The Caxtons: a Family Picture (1849) [Lytton]
“Cayley’s Life of Sir Walter Raleigh”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
Cecil, or, the Adventures of a Coxcomb: a Novel (1841) [Gore]
Cecilia, or Memoirs of an Heiress (1782) [Burney]
Celtic Researches, on the Origin, Traditions & Language, of the Ancient Britons: with some Introductory Sketches, on Primitive Society (1804) [Davies]
“Cemeteries and Catacombs of Paris”, Quarterly Review (April 1819) [Southey]
“The Cenci”, The Indicator (19, 26 July 1820) [Hunt]
The Cenci: a Tragedy, in Five Acts (1819) [Shelley]
A Century of Birds from the Himalaya Mountains (1832) [Gore]
“Ch. Cornelii Galli; vel potius Maximiani Elegia I”, Poems on Several Occasions. Written by Charles Cotton, Esq. (1689) [Cotton]
“Chaldee Manuscript”, Blackwood's Magazine (October 1817) [Hogg]
“Chalmers's English Poets”, Quarterly Review (October 1814) [Southey]
“The Chapel Bell”, Poems (1797) [Southey]
“A Chapter on Ears”, Elia. Essays which have appeared under that Signature in the London Magazine (1823) [Lamb]
The Chapter of Accidents (1780) [Lee]
“A Chapter on Time”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1822) [Talfourd]
“Character of Mr. Wordsworth's New Poem, The Excursion”, The Examiner (21, 28 September, 2 October 1814) [Hazlitt]
“A Character of the late Elia, by a Friend”, London Magazine (January 1823) [Lamb]
The Character of Holland (1665) [Marvell]
“The Character of Shelley”, Quarterly Review (April 1887) [Prothero]
“Character of the Happy Warrior”, Poems in Two Volumes (1807) [Wordsworth]
“Character in the Antithetical Manner”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1800) [Wordsworth]
Characteristicks of Men, Manners, Opinions, Times (1711) [Cooper]
Characteristics of Goethe: from the German of Falk, von Müller, &c. with Notes, original and translated, illustrative of German Literature (1833) [Austin]
Characteristics: in the Manner of Rochefoucault's Maxims (1823) [Hazlitt]
“Characters of the late Charles James Fox”, Quarterly Review (November 1809) [Grant]
Characters of Vertues and Vices: in Two Bookes (1608) [Hall]
Characters of Shakespear's Plays (1817) [Hazlitt]
Characters of the late Charles James Fox, selected and in part written (1809) [Parr]
“Characters of Mr. Fox”, Edinburgh Review (July 1809) [Smith]
A Charge delivered to the Clergy at the Primary Visitation of Lewis, Lord Bishop of Norwich, MDCCLXXXIV (1784) [Bagot]
“The Charity Ball”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
Charlemagne; ou, L'église délivrée; poème épique, en vingt-quatre chants (1814) [Bonaparte]
“Charles Lamb—an Autobiographical Sketch ”, New Monthly Magazine (April 1835) [Forster]
Charles Lamb and the Lloyds; comprising newly discovered Letters of Charles Lamb, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, the Lloyds, etc. (1898) [Lucas]
Charles the Second, or, the Merry Monarch: a Comedy in Two Acts (1824) [Payne]
Charles Lamb: a Memoir (1866) [Procter]
“Charles the First”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
“[Charles Lamb's Works]”, The Champion (16, 23 May 1819) [Talfourd]
Charles Chesterfield, or the Adventures of a Youth of Genius (1841) [Trollope]
“Charles, Duke of Buccleuch”, The Edinburgh Weekly Journal (12 May 1819) [Scott]
Charlotte Brontë and her Circle (1896) [Shorter]
“The Chartered Booksellers”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1834) [Hall]
The Chase, the Turf, and the Road (1837) [Apperley]
The Chase and William and Helen. Two Ballads (1796) [Scott]
Chateaubriand et son groupe littéraire sous l'empire : cours professé à Liége en 1848-1849 (1861) [Sainte-Beuve]
Les Chateaux en Espagne: comédie en cinq actes et en vers (1790) [Collin]
Chatsworth; or, the Romance of a Week (1844) [Patmore]
Chatterton and “Love and Madness.” A Letter from Denmark, to Mr. Nichols, editor of the Gentlemen's Magazine, where it appeared in February, March and April 1800; respecting an Unprovoked Attack, made upon the Writer during his Absence from England (1800) [Croft]
“Chatterton's Works by Southey and Cottle”, Edinburgh Review (April 1804) [Scott]
Cheap Literature for the People: an Address, delivered in St. George's Hall, Liverpool, October 12th, 1858, in connection with the meeting of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science ([1858]) [Brougham]
Le chef-d’œuvre d’un Inconnu (1714) [Sainte-Hyacinthe]
The Chemical Essays (1786) [Scheele]
“The Cherubs, a Poem”, Metropolitan Magazine (May 1832) [Campbell]
“Lines on a Picture of a Girl in the Attitude of Prayer”, Metropolitan Magazine (1832) [Campbell]
“The Chessiad”, Comic Tales and Lyrical Fancies; including The Chessiad, a mock-heroic, in Five Cantos; and The Wreath of Love, in Four Cantos (1825) [Dibdin]
Les Chevaliers du Cygne, ou La cour de Charlemagne. Conte historique et moral pour servir de suite aux Veillées du château, et dont tous les traits qui peuvent faire allusion à la révolution françoise, sont tirés de l'histoire (1795) [Genlis]
“Chevy Chase. Idem Latine Redditum”, Blackwood's Magazine (November 1819) [Maginn]
“The Child and Hind”, The Pilgrim of Glencoe: and other Poems (1842) [Campbell]
The Child of Nature: a Dramatic Piece, in Four Acts (1788) [Inchbald]
The Child of the Islands: a Poem (1845) [Norton]
“Childe Harold's Last Pilgrimage”, Literary Souvenir, or Cabinet of Poetry and Romance (1826) [Bowles]
Childe Alarique, a Poet's Reverie, with other Poems (1813) [Gillies]
Childe Harold's Monitor; or, Lines occasioned by the last Canto of Childe Harold, including Hints to other Contemporaries (1816) [Hodgson]
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: a Romaunt (1812-1818) [Byron]
“Childe Harold, canto fourth”, Edinburgh Review (June 1818) [Wilson]
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: Canto the Fourth (1818) [Byron]
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: Canto the Third (1816) [Byron]
“Childe Harold, Canto III.—and other Poems”, Quarterly Review (October 1816) [Scott]
“Childe Harold—Canto IV”, Quarterly Review (April 1818) [Scott]
“Childish Recollections”, Poems on Various Occasions (1807) [Byron]
The Children of the Abbey: a Tale (1796) [Roche]
The Children's Fire-side: being a Series of Tales for Winter Evenings (1828) [Towers]
“The Chimney Sweeper”, Songs of Innocence and of Experience shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul (1794) [Blake]
The Chimney-sweeper's Friend, and Climbing-boy's Album (1824) [Montgomery]
The Chinese: a General Description of the Empire of China and its Inhabitants (1836) [Davis]
Chironomia; or, a Treatise on Rhetorical Delivery: comprehending many Precepts, both ancient and modern, for the proper Regulation of the Voice, the Countenance, and Gesture (1806) [Austin]
“Chorus from the Seven before Thebes”, The Literary Gazette (11 February 1832) [Mills]
“Christ's Hospital, Five-and-Thirty Years Ago”, London Magazine (November 1820) [Lamb]
“Christabel”, Christabel; Kubla Khan, a Vision; The Pains of Sleep (1816) [Coleridge]
The Christian Year: Thoughts in Verse for the Sundays and Holydays throughout the Year (1827) [Keble]
The Christian Life: a Manual of Sacred Verse (1849) [Montgomery]
A Christian's Survey of all the Primary Events and Periods of the World; from the Commencement of History to the Conclusion of Prophecy (1812) [Penn]
The Christian Sacrifice explained: in a Charge delivered in part to the Middlesex Clergy at St. Clement-Danes, April the 20th, 1738. To which is added an Appendix (1738) [Waterland]
Christianism: or, Belief and Unbelief reconciled, being Exercises and Meditations (1832) [Hunt]
A Christmas Carol (1843) [Dickens]
Christmas. A Poem (1826) [Moxon]
Christopher North: a Memoir of John Wilson (1862) [Gordon]
A Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada (1829) [Irving]
Chronicle of Scottish Poetry: from the Thirteenth Century, to the Union of the Crowns (1803) [Sibbald]
“Chronicle of the Cid”, Quarterly Review (February 1809) [Scott]
Chronicle of the Cid, from the Spanish (1808) [Southey]
Chronicles of the Canongate (1827) [Scott]
Chronique du bon chevalier messire Jacques de Lalain (1825) [Chastellain]
A Chronological History of Voyages into the Arctic Regions; undertaken chiefly for the purpose of discovering a North-east, North-west, or Polar Passage between the Atlantic and Pacific (1818) [Barrow]
A Chronological History of the Discoveries in the South Sea or Pacific Ocean: illustrated with Charts (1803-1816.) [Burney]
Chronological Antiquities, or, the Antiquities and Chronology of the most Ancient Kingdoms, from the Creation of the World, for the Space of five thousand years (1752) [Jackson]
Chronological Notes of Scottish Affairs, from 1680 till 1701; being chiefly taken from the Diary of Lord Fountainhall (1822) [Lauder]
Chronological Retrospect, or Memoirs of the principal Events of Mahommedan History: from the Death of the Arabian Legislator, to the Accession of the Emperor Akbar and the Establishment of the Moghul Empire in Hindustan: From original Persian Authorities (1812) [Price]
“Chronological History of the West Indies”, Quarterly Review (July 1828) [Southey]
Chronological History of the West Indies (1827) [Southey]
Chrysal; or the Adventures of a Guinea: Wherein are exhibited Views of several striking Scenes, with curious and interesting Anecdotes of the most noted Persons in every Rank of Life, whose Hands it passed through (1760) [Johnstone]
“The Church of England”, Edinburgh Review (September 1826) [Arnold]
Church-of-Englandism and its Catechism examined: preceded by Strictures on the Exclusionary System, as pursued in the National Society's schools: interspersed with Parallel Views of the English and Scottish established and non-established Churches: and concluding with Remedies proposed for Abuses indicated (1818) [Bentham]
“Church Parties”, Edinburgh Review (October 1853) [Conybeare]
The Church-history of Britain from the Birth of Jesus Christ until the year M.DC.XLVIII endeavoured by Thomas Fuller (1655) [Fuller]
“Church and State”, Edinburgh Review (April 1839) [Macaulay]
“Church of England Missions”, Quarterly Review (June 1825) [Southey]
Church Principles considered in their Results (1840) [Gladstone]
“Churchill's Poems”, Annual Review for 1804 (1805) [Southey]
A Churchman's Second Epistle (1819) [Smedley]
Ciceronianum Lexicon Graecolatinum, id est lexicon ex variis Graecorum scriptorum locis a Cicerone interpretatis collectum (1557) [Estienne]
Le Cid. Tragi-comedie. (1637) [Corneille]
Cinq-Mars; ou, Une conjuration sous Louis XIII (1826) [Vigny]
“La cisma de Inglaterra”, Octava parte de Comedias (1684) [Calderon]
Citation and Examination of William Shakspeare, Euseby Treen, Joseph Carnaby and Silas Gough, clerk: before the worshipful Sir Thomas Lucy, Knight, touching Deer-stealing on the 19th day of September in the year of Grace 1582, now first published from Original Papers (1832) [Landor]
The Citizen of the World; or Letters from a Chinese Philosopher, residing in London, to his Friends in the East (1762) [Goldsmith]
The City of the Plague, and other Poems (1817) [Wilson]
De Civitate Dei, (425 c.) [Aucher]
Clan-Albin: a National Tale (1815) [Johnstone]
The Clandestine Marriage: a Comedy (1766) [Colman]
Clari: or, the Maid of Milan: an Opera in Three Acts (1823) [Payne]
Clarissa: or, the History of a Young Lady (1748) [Richardson]
“Clarke.—Gass Blow-pipe”, Quarterly Review (July 1820) [Clarke]
“Clarke's Maritime Discovies”, The Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
“Clarke’s Naufragia”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
Des classes dangereuses de la population dans les grandes villes: et des moyens de les rendre meilleures (1840) [Fregier]
A Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue (1785) [Grose]
Clavis Universalis: or, a New Inquiry after Truth. Being a Demonstration of the Non-existence, or Impossibility, of an External World (1713) [Collier]
Clavis Pentateuchi; sive analysis omnium vocum Hebraicarum suo ordine in Pentateucho Moseos occurrentium: una cum versione Latina et Anglica: notis criticis et philologicis adjectis (1770) [Robertson]
“Cleopatra's Needle”, Literary Gazette (8 December 1821) [Croly]
Crockford's Clerical Directory (1860-) [Crockford]
Clifton Grove, a Sketch in Verse, with other Poems (1803) [White]
Clio, or, A Discourse on Taste, Addressed to a Young Lady (1767) [Usher]
Cloudesley: a Tale (1830) [Godwin]
Clouds (423 BC) [Aristophanes]
The Clubs of London; with Anecdotes of their Members, Sketches of Character, and Conversations (1828) [Marsh]
“The Clydesdale Yeoman's Return. An Excellent New Ballad”, Blackwood's Magazine (December 1819) [Lockhart]
La Cléopatre (1648-1661) [Calprenède]
“The Co-operatives”, Quarterly Review (November 1829) [Gooch]
“Coaches”, The Indicator (23 August 1820) [Hunt]
“Cobbett's Political Register”, Edinburgh Review (July 1807) [Jeffrey]
Cobbett's Political Register (1802-1836) [Cobbett]
A Cockney's Adventures, during a Ramble into the Country: in Three Parts: addressed to his Country Friends on his Return to London: a True Tale (1811) [Coyte]
“A Cockney's Rural Sports”, London Magazine (December 1822) [Poole]
Cockney Critics: an Original Satire; with the Blow Fly: a Portrait in Verse; and a Dedication to William Jerdan (1823) [Westmacott]
The Code of Health and Longevity; or, a concise View, of the Principles calculated for the Preservation of Health, and the Attainment of Long Life (1807) [Sinclair]
“Code de la Conscription”, Edinburgh Review (January 1809) [Walsh]
Coelebs in Search of a Wife, comprehending Observations on Domestic Habits and Manners, Religion and Morals (1808) [More]
“Coelebs in Search of a Wife”, Edinburgh Review (April 1809) [Smith]
Coeur de Lion; or, the Third Crusade. A Poem, in Sixteen Books (1822) [Porden]
Colchester Castle built by a colony of Romans as a temple to their deified Emperor Claudius Cæsar (1853) [Jenkins]
“Coleridge's Table-Talk”, Quarterly Review (February 1835) [Lockhart]
“Coleridge's Christabel”, Edinburgh Review (September 1816) [Hazlitt]
“Coleridge's Literary Life”, Edinburgh Review (August 1817) [Hazlitt]
A Collection of Poems, chiefly manuscript, and from Living Authors (1823) [Baillie]
A Collection of Prints, from Pictures painted for the purpose of illustrating the Dramatic Works of Shakspeare (1803) [Boydell]
A Collection of Poems by Several Hands (1748-1758) [Dodsley]
A Collection of the Works of that holy man and profound Divine, Thomas Iackson (1653-1657) [Jackson]
A Collection of the Church History of Palestine from the Birth of Christ to the beginning of the Empire of Diocletian (1688) [Milner]
A Collection of Sacred Music as performed at the Royal Portuguese Chapel in London (1811) [Novello]
A Collection of 86 Loyal Poems all of them written upon the two late Plots: viz, the horrid Salamanca Plot in 1687, and the present fanatical Conspiracy in 1683 (1685) [Thompson]
A Collection of Inventories and other Records of the Royal Wardrobe and Jewelhouse: and of the Artillery and Munitions in some of the Royal Castles M.CCCC.LXXXVIII-M.DC.VI (1815) [Thomson]
A Collection of Theological Tracts (1785) [Watson]
A Collection of Emblemes, Ancient and Moderne: quickened with Metricall Illustrations, both Morall and Divine, and disposed into Lotteries, that Instruction and Good Counsell may bee furthered by an Honest and Pleasant Recreation (1635) [Wither]
A Collection of scarce and valuable Tracts, on the most interesting and entertaining Subjects: but chiefly such as relate to the History and Constitution of these Kingdoms. Selected from an infinite number in print and manuscript, in the Royal, Cotton, Sion, and other public, as well as private Libraries; particularly that of the late Lord Somers (1809-1815) [Scott]
Collections from the Greek Anthology; and from the pastoral, elegiac, and dramatic Poets of Greece (1813) [Bland]
“Collections of French Memoirs: Joan of Arc”, Quarterly Review (March 1842) [Stanhope]
“College Reminiscences of Coleridge”, Gentleman's Magazine (December 1834) [Le Grice]
College Sermons (1895) [Jowett]
The Collegians (1829) [Griffin]
“Colonel Mure on the Literature of Ancient Greece: Homeric Controversy”, Quarterly Review (September 1850) [Lockhart]
“Colonel Thornton's Sporting Tour”, Edinburgh Review (January 1805) [Scott]
Colonial Ecclesiastical Establishment: being a Brief View of the State of the colonies of Great Britain, and of her Asiatic Empire, in respect to Religious Instruction, prefaced by some Considerations on the National Duty of affording it, to which is added a Sketch of an Ecclesiastical Establishment of British India (1813) [Buchanan]
“Colonial Government—Head's Narrative and Lord Durham's Report”, Quarterly Review (March 1839) [Croker]
Columbus, or, a World discovered: an Historical Play (1792) [Morton]
Combinations of Workmen: Substance of the Speech of Francis Jeffrey, Esq. upon introducing the Toast, “Freedom of labour—but let the labourer recollect, that in exercising his own rights, he cannot be permitted to violate the rights of others,” at the Public Dinner given at Edinburgh to Joseph Hume, Esq. M.P. (1825) [Jeffrey]
“Come live with me and be my love”, The Passionate Pilgrime (1599) [Marlowe]
The Comedies of Aristophanes (1822) [Mitchell]
Comentarj intorno all' istoria della poesia italiana, ne' quali si ragiona d'ogni genere e specie di quella, scritti da Gio. Mario Crescimbeni, ripublicati da T. J. Mathias (colla vita di G. M. Crescimbeni scritta dall' abate M. G. Morei) (1803) [Crescimbeni]
“The Comet”, Literary Gazette (14 March 1818) [Procter]
Comic Tales and Lyrical Fancies; including The Chessiad, a mock-heroic, in Five Cantos; and The Wreath of Love, in Four Cantos (1825) [Dibdin]
Comic Dramas in Three Acts (1817) [Edgeworth]
The Comic Annual (1830-1842) [Hood]
A Comment on the Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri (1822) [Taaffe]
Commentaries on the History and Cure of Diseases (1803) [Heberden]
Commentaries on the Law of Scotland, respecting Crimes (1819) [Hume]
Commentary on Memoirs of Mr. Fox lately written (1812) [Landor]
A Commentary, with Notes, on the Four Evangelists and the Acts of the Apostles together with a new Translation of St. Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians, with a Paraphrase and Notes (1777) [Pearce]
The Commercial Power of Great Britain: exhibiting a Complete View of the Public Works of this Country, under the several heads of Streets, Roads, Canals, Aqueduct, Bridges, Coasts, and Maritime Ports (1825) [Dupin]
“Commercial Distresses of the Country”, Edinburgh Review (December 1816) [Russell]
“The Common Lot”, The Wanderer of Switzerland, and other Poems (1806) [Montgomery]
Common Sense: a Poem (1819) [Terrot]
A Companion for the Festivals and Fasts of the Church of England: with Collects and Prayers for each Solemnity (1704) [Nelson]
“Comparison of the Present State of France with that of Rome under Julius and Augustus Caesar”, Morning Post (21, 25 September, 2 October 1802) [Coleridge]
A Compendium of the History of Ireland from the Earliest Period to the reign of George I (1815) [Lawless]
“The Complaint of Ninathoma”, Morning Chronicle (18 July 1793) [Coleridge]
“A Complaint of the Decay of Beggars in the Metropolis”, London Magazine (June 1822) [Lamb]
“The Complaint of “le cavalier seul””, New Monthly Magazine (April 1821) [Walker]
“The Complaint of a forsaken Indian Woman”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1798) [Wordsworth]
The Complaints of the Poor People of England: containing Remarks (1793) [Dyer]
The Complaynt of Scotland, written in 1548: with a Preliminary Dissertation and Glossary (1801) [Leyden]
The Compleat Angler: or, the Contemplative Man's Recreation (1653) [Walton]
A Complete Concordance to the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament: in Two Parts (1738) [Cruden]
A Complete Verbal Index to the Plays of Shakespeare: adapted to all the Editions, comprehending every Substantive, Adjective, Verb, Particle, and Adverb, used by Shakespeare, with a distinct Reference to every Individual Passage in which each Word occurs (1805) [Twiss]
The Complete Concordance to Shakspere: being a Verbal Index to all the Passages in the Dramatic Works of the Poet (1845) [Clarke]
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, from the Text of Johnson, Steevens & Reed. With a Biographical Sketch ([1860]) [Clarke]
Componimenti lirici de' più illustri poeti d'Italia scelti da T. J. Mathias (1802) [Mathias]
“Compte Rendu par l'Institut de France”, Edinburgh Review (October 1809) [Playfair]
Concerning the Relations of Great Britain, Spain, and Portugal, to each other, and to the common Enemy, at this Crisis; and specifically as affected by the Convention of Cintra the whole brought to the Test of those Principles, by which alone the Independence and Freedom of Nations can be preserved or recovered (1809) [Wordsworth]
Conciones ad populum. Or Addresses to the People (1795) [Coleridge]
A Concordance to Shakespeare's Poems: an Index to every Word therein contained (1874) [Furness]
Conduct is Fate (1822) [Bury]
Conférences d'Angleterre. Rome et le christianisme. Marc-Aurèle (1880) [Renan]
“The Confessional: Love”, New Monthly Magazine (April-November, 1822) [Patmore]
The Confessions of an Elderly Gentleman (1836) [Blessington]
The Confessions of an Elderly Lady (1838) [Blessington]
Confessions of an English Opium-eater (1822) [De Quincey]
The Confessions of William Henry Ireland, containing the Particulars of his Fabrication of the Shakespeare Manuscripts (1805) [Ireland]
“Confessions of a Drunkard”, The Philanthropist (1813) [Lamb]
Les confessions de J. J. Rousseau: suivies des Rèveries du promeneur solitaire (1782) [Rousseau]
“The Confidant”, Tales (1812) [Crabbe]
Le Congrès de Vérone ([1830]) [Chateaubriand]
Coningsby; or the New Generation (1844) [Disraeli]
Conjectures on the New Testament collected from Various Authors, as well in regard to Words as Pointing: with the Reasons on which both are founded (1772) [Bowyer]
“Conjugal Felicity”, Literary Gazette (8 March 1817) [Gaspey]
The Connexion of Christianity with Human Happiness: being the Substance of the Boyle Lectures for the year 1821 (1823) [Harness]
The Conquest of Granada by the Spaniards: in Two Parts (1672) [Dryden]
The Conquest of Canaan (1785) [Dwight]
The Conscious Lovers: a Comedy (1723) [Steele]
Considerations sur les causes de la grandeur des Romains et de leur decadence (1734) [Montesquieu]
Considerations on the Causes, Objects and Consequences of the Present War, and on the Expediency, or the Danger of Peace with France (1808) [Roscoe]
Considerations on the principal Events of the French Revolution (1818) [Stael]
Considerations on the Expediency of revising the Liturgy and Articles of the Church of England (1790) [Watson]
Consolations in Travel, or, the Last Days of a Philosopher (1830) [Davy]
The Consolidator: or, Memoirs of Sundry Transactions from the World in the Moon (1705) [Defoe]
A Conspectus of the London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Pharmacopoeias (1796) [Graves]
The Conspiracy of Gowrie, a Tragedy (1800) [Rough]
The Conspiracy of Cataline (1st cent. BC) [Sallust]
Constantinople Ancient and Modern, with Excursions to the Shores and Islands of the Archipelago and to the Troad (1797) [Dallaway]
Constantinople in 1828; a Residence of Sixteen Months in the Turkish Capital and Provinces: with an Account of the Present State of the Naval and Military Power, and of the Resources of the Ottoman Empire (1829) [Macfarlane]
“Constitutional Character of the Queen Consort”, Edinburgh Review (September 1814) [Brougham]
The Constitutional History of England from the Accession of Henry VII. to the Death of George II (1827) [Hallam]
Ciceronis consul, senator, senatúsq romanus: Illustratus publici obseruatione iuris, grauissimi vsus disciplina, administrandi temperata ratione: notatis inclinationibus temporum in rep. & actis rerum in senatu (1612) [Bellenden]
Consultations du Docteur Noir (1832) [Vigny]
Contarini Fleming: a Psychological Auto-biography (1832) [Disraeli]
“Contemporary History—Mr. Roebuck and Miss Martineau”, Quarterly Review (June 1852) [Coulter]
“Contented with little”, A Select Collection of Original Scotish Airs for the Voice (1793-1800) [Burns]
Contes moraux. Suivis dune Apologie du Theatre (1761) [Marmontel]
“The Contrast”, Popular Tales (1804) [Edgeworth]
Contributions to the Edinburgh Review (1844) [Jeffrey]
“The Convalescent”, London Magazine (July 1825) [Lamb]
“A Conversation between Mr. Abraham Cowley and Mr. John Milton, touching the Great Civil War”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (August 1824) [Macaulay]
“Conversations of Paley, communicated by the author of Four Years in France”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1827) [Best]
Conversations of Lord Byron with the Countess of Blessington (1834) [Blessington]
Conversations of James Northcote, Esq., R. A. (1830) [Hazlitt]
Conversations on Religion, with Lord Byron and others: held in Cephalonia, a short time previous to his Lordship's Death (1830) [Kennedy]
Conversations on Chemistry. In which the Elements of that Science are familiarly explained and illustrated by Experiments (1806) [Marcet]
Conversations of Lord Byron: noted during a Residence with his Lordship at Pisa, in the Years 1821 and 1822 (1824) [Medwin]
“Conversations of Lord Byron”, New Monthly Magazine (November 1824) [St Leger]
“Conversations of Lord Byron”, New Times (25-27 October 1824) [Stoddart]
The Convict (1847) [James]
Convivio (1304-07) [Dante]
Convocatio cleri: the Urgent Expediency of Convocation's faithfully executing the King's Writ, by proceeding in earnest to deliberate for "the Welfare, Public Good, and Defence of this Kingdom", with a Development of the Clandestine Scheme for gradually conceding every Object of the Roman Catholic Petitions ([1818]) [Dennis]
Coopers Hill: a Poeme (1642) [Denham]
“The Copyright Question”, Quarterly Review (December 1841) [Lockhart]
A Cordial for Low-spirits: being a Collection of Curious Tracts (1750) [Gordon]
Corinne, ou L'Italie (1800) [Stael]
Coriolanus (1623) [Shakespeare]
Corn Law Rhymes (1831) [Elliott]
“The Cornelian”, Hours of Idleness, a Series of Poems, original and translated (1807) [Byron]
“Cornish Mining in America”, Quarterly Review (June 1827) [Head]
“Cornwall”, Edinburgh Review (January 1820) [Jeffrey]
Correct Peerage of England, Scotland and Ireland, with the extinct & forfeited Peerages of the three Kingdoms; a list of their family Names, second Titles, &c. and a translation of their Mottos (1803-) [Debrett]
Correspondance littéraire, philosophique et critique, adresse un souverain d'Allemagne (1812-14) [Grimm]
Correspondence of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke; between the year 1744 and the Period of his Decease, in 1797 (1844) [Burke]
The Correspondence of Henry Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, and his Brother Laurence Hyde, Earl of Rochester; with the Diary of Lord Clarendon from 1687 to 1690, containing Minute Particulars of the Events attending the Revolution and the Diary of Lord Rochester during his Embassy to Poland in 1676 (1828) [Clarendon]
The Correspondence and Diary of Philip Doddridge, D.D., illustrative of various Particulars in his Life hitherto unknown; with Notices of many of his Contemporaries; and a Sketch of the Ecclesiastical History of the Times in which he lived (1829-1831) [Doddridge]
The Correspondence of King George III with Lord North, from 1768 to 1783 (1867) [George III]
The Correspondence of Leigh Hunt (1862) [Hunt]
“Correspondence of Dr. Parr”, Gentleman's Magazine (June 1825) [Parr]
The Correspondence of Samuel Richardson (1804) [Richardson]
Correspondence between Frances, Countess of Hartford, (afterwards Duchess of Somerset,) and Henrietta Louisa, Countess of Pomfret, between the years 1738 and 1741 (1805) [Seymour]
Correspondence (1888) [Taylor]
Correspondence on the Subject of Blackwood's magazine (1818) [Wilson]
“Correspondence of Lady Suffolk”, Quarterly Review (January 1824) [Scott]
“Corruption”, Corruption and, Intolerance: Two Poems, with Notes, addressed to an Englishman (1808) [Moore]
The Corsair: a Tale (1814) [Byron]
Cottage Economy containing Information relative to the brewing of Beer, making of Bread, keeping of Cows, Pigs, Bees, Ewes, Goats, Poultry and Rabbits, and relative to other Matters deemed useful in the conducting of the Affairs of a Labourer's Family (1822) [Cobbett]
Cottage Evenings (1831) [Conolly]
Cottage Dialogues among the Irish Peasantry (1811) [Leadbeater]
“The Cottager to Her Infant”, Poems by William Wordsworth (1815) [Wordsworth]
The Cottagers of Glenburnie: a Tale for the Farmer's Ingle-nook (1808) [Hamilton]
“The Cotter's Saturday Night”, Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1786) [Burns]
The Cotton Manufacture of Great Britain systematically investigated: and illustrated by 150 Original Figures (1836) [Ure]
“Counsel for Prisoners”, Edinburgh Review (December 1826) [Smith]
The Count of Narbonne: a Tragedy (1781) [Jephson]
Count Julian: a Tragedy (1812) [Landor]
“Count Robert of Paris”, Tales of my Landlord (1816-31) [Scott]
“September 1812”, Quarterly Review (March 1812) [Southey]
The Countess and Gertrude; or, Modes of Discipline (1811) [Hawkins]
The Country Girl: a Comedy (1766) [Garrick]
“The Country Clergyman's Trip to Cambridge: An Election Ballad”, The Times (15 March 1827) [Macaulay]
The Country Justice. A Poem (1774-77) [Langhorne]
Country Stories (1837) [Mitford]
La cour plénière, heroï-tragi-comédie en trois actes et en prose (1788) [Duveyrier]
A Course of Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature (1815) [Black]
The Course of Time: a Poem, in Ten Books (1827) [Pollok]
The Courser's Manual or Stud-book (1828) [Goodlake]
“The Court of France”, Edinburgh Review (September 1826) [Mackintosh]
The Court and Parliament of Beasts (1819) [Rose]
The Court and Character of King James (1650) [Weldon]
“The Cout of Keeldar”, Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, consisting of Historical and Romantic Ballads, collected in the Southern Counties of Scotland, with a few of modern date, founded upon Local Tradition (1802-1803) [Leyden]
The Covent-Garden Tragedy (1732) [Fielding]
Cowper's Milton (1810) [Cowper]
“Coxe—Life of Marlborough”, Quarterly Review (May 1820) [Southey]
The Cozeners, a Comedy, in 3 Acts (1778) [Foote]
“Living Authors, No. V: Crabbe”, London Magazine (May 1821) [Hazlitt]
“Crabbe's Poems”, Edinburgh Review (April 1808) [Jeffrey]
“Crabbe's Posthumous Tales”, Quarterly Review (August 1834) [Lockhart]
“Crabbe's Borough”, Quarterly Review (November 1810) [Grant]
“Craven's Tour in South Italy”, Edinburgh Review (October 1821) [Brougham]
Crazy Tales (1762) [Stevenson]
The Credibility of the Gospel History (1727–1755) [Lardner]
The Creevey Papers; a Selection from the Correspondence & Diaries of the late Thomas Creevey, M.P. (1903) [Creevey]
Crichton (1837) [Ainsworth]
“Crichton”, Literary Gazette (4 March 1837) [Jerdan]
The Cricket on the Hearth: a Fairy Tale of Home (1846) [Dickens]
Criminal trials (1832-1835) [Jardine]
Criminal Trials and other Proceedings before the High Court of Justiciary in Scotland (1829-1833) [Pitcairn]
The Critic: or a Tragedy rehearsed a Dramatic Piece in Three Acts (1781) [Sheridan]
A Critical Dictionary of English literature, and British and American Authors, living and deceased, from the earliest Accounts to the Middle of the Nineteenth Century. Containing thirty thousand Biographies and Literary Notices, with forty Indexes of Subjects (1858-1871) [Allibone]
Critical Essays on the Performers of the London Theatres, including General Observations on the Practise and Genius of the Stage (1807) [Hunt]
Critical and Historical Essays contributed to the Edinburgh Review (1843) [Macaulay]
A Critical History of the Language and Literature of Antient Greece (1850) [Mure]
Critical Essays on some of the Poems of several English Poets (1785) [Scott]
Critical and Miscellaneous Writings (1842) [Talfourd]
A Critical and Philosophical Enquiry into the Causes of Prodigies and Miracles, as related by Historians: with an Essay towards restoring a Method and Purity in History (1727) [Warburton]
Critik der reinen Vernunft (1781) [Kavanagh]
“Croker's Edition of Boswell”, Quarterly Review (November 1831) [Lockhart]
The Croker Papers. The Correspondence and Diaries of the late Right Honourable John Wilson Croker (1884) [Croker]
La cronica de los muy valientes y efforçados y inuencibles caualleros dố Florisel de Niquea y el fuerte Anaxartes, hijos del muy excelẽte principe Amadis de Grecia (1532) [Silva]
Cronicques du roy Charles septiesme (1528) [Commines]
Les croniques admirables du puissant roy Gargantua, ensemble comme il eut à femme la fille du roy de Etopie nommée Badebec, de lequel fut roy des Dipsodes et des Amanrottes (1534) [Rabelais]
“Cui Bono?”, Rejected Addresses (1812) [Smith, James and Horace]
“Culloden Papers”, Quarterly Review (January 1816) [Scott]
“Cumnor Hall”, Old Ballads, Historical and Narrative, with some of Modern Date; now first collected, and reprinted from Rare Copies. With Notes (1777) [Mickle]
“Cupid turned Volunteer”, Annual Review for 1804 (1805) [Southey]
Cure for the Heart-Ache; a Comedy, in Five Acts (1797) [Morton]
Curiosities of Literature: consisting of Anecdotes, Characters, Sketches and Dissertations Literary, Critical, and Historical (1791) [D'Israeli]
The Curse of Minerva (1812) [Byron]
“The Curse of Moy, a Highland Tale”, Edinburgh Annual Register (1808) [Morritt]
The Curse of Kehama (1810) [Southey]
“Cursory Strictures on the Charge delivered by Lord Chief Justice Eyre”, Morning Chronicle (21 October 1794) [Godwin]
“Curtis's Travels in Barbary”, Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
Curtius rescued from the Gulph, or, the Retort Courteous to the Rev. Dr. Parr, in answer to his Learned Pamphlet, intitled, "A Sequel," etc. (1792) [Cumberland]
Cyclops (450 BC c.) [Euripides]
Cymbeline (1623) [Shakespeare]
Cyropaedia (4th century BC) [Xenophon]
“Czerni George”, Literary Gazette (11 October 1817) [Croly]