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“M. Carnot's Memorial”, Edinburgh Review (November 1814) [Brougham]
“M. Parseval, Philippe-Auguste, Poëme Héroïque”, Quarterly Review (September 1826) [Lockhart]
M.P., or The Blue-Stocking, a Comic Opera, in Three Acts (1811) [Moore]
MacFlecknoe, or a Satyr upon the True-Blew-Protestant Poet, T. S (1682) [Dryden]
“M'Kinnen's Tour through the British West Indies”, Annual Review for 1804 (1805) [Southey]
Macaulay, the Historian, Statesman, and Essayist: Anecdotes of his Life and Labours, with some Account of his Early and Unknown Writings; with a Photographic Portrait (1860) [Hotten]
“Macaulay's Lays of Ancient Rome”, Quarterly Review (March 1843) [Milman]
Macbeth reconsidered: an Essay intended as an Answer to part of the Remarks on some of the Characters of Shakspeare (1786) [Kemble]
Macbeth (1623) [Shakespeare]
“Macduff's Cross, a Drama”, A Collection of Poems, chiefly manuscript, and from Living Authors (1823) [Scott]
“Mackenzie's Voyages”, Annual Review for 1802 (1803) [Southey]
“Mackery End in Hertfordshire”, London Magazine (July 1821) [Lamb]
The Maclise Portrait-gallery of "Illustrious Literary Characters". With Memoirs Biographical, Critical, Bibliographical & Anecdotal Illustrative of the Literature of the Former Half of the Present Century (1883) [Bates]
“Macpherson's Annals of Commerce”, Edinburgh Review (July 1806) [Ellis]
“The Mad Banker of Amsterdam”, Blackwood's Magazine (1818) [Lockhart]
“Mad. Cottin, Elisabeth, ou les Exilés de Sibérie”, Edinburgh Review (January 1808) [Playfair]
“The Mad Mother”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1798) [Wordsworth]
“Madam Dacier and Pope”, Literary Gazette (25 January 1823) [M'Quin]
“Madame de Fleury”, Tales of Fashionable Life (1809-1812) [Edgeworth]
Madame Bovary; moeurs de province (1857) [Flaubert]
“Madame de Staël, Sur la Littérature”, Edinburgh Review (February 1813) [Jeffrey]
“Madame de Staël”, Edinburgh Review (October 1821) [Jeffrey]
“Madame D'Arblay”, Edinburgh Review (January 1843) [Macaulay]
“Madame de Staël, Sur le Suicide”, Edinburgh Review (July 1813) [Mackintosh]
“Madame de Stael's Delphine”, Edinburgh Review (April 1803) [Smith]
Madame de Staël (1890) [Sorel]
Mademoiselle de Clermont, nouvelle historique, par Mme. de Genlis (1802) [Genlis]
Madoc (1805) [Southey]
Mador of the Moor, a Poem (1816) [Hogg]
The Mæviad. By the Author of the Baviad (1796) [Gifford]
The Magic Lantern, or, Sketches of Scenes in the Metropolis (1822) [Blessington]
“Magic”, Literary Gazette (23 May 1818) [Procter]
The Magic Mirror: addressed to Walter Scott, Esq. (1812) [Wilson]
“The Magnetic Lady to her Patient”, Athenaeum (11 August 1832) [Shelley]
The Magpie, or, the Maid of Palaiseau: a Melo-dramatic Romance: in Three Acts (1815) [Dibdin]
“Mahmoud”, The Liberal (1823) [Hunt]
The Maid of the Oaks: a new Dramatic Entertainment (1774) [Burgoyne]
“The Maid's Remonstrance. From an unpublished Opera”, New Monthly Magazine (February 1821) [Campbell]
The Maid of Elvar: a Poem in Twelve Parts (1832) [Cunningham]
“The Maid of Lodi”, The Siege of Belgrade (1791) [Dibdin]
“The Maid of Orkney”, New Monthly Magazine (November 1824) [Johnson]
“Maid of Toro”, A Collection of Scottish Airs (1806) [Scott]
“My Maiden Brief”, Knight's Quarterly Review (October 1823) []
The Maides Tragedy (1619) [Beaumont]
“Maimoune: A Poem”, The Etonian (1821) []
Malade imaginaire (1673) [Moliere]
“Malcolm on India”, Edinburgh Review (July 1812) [Mill]
“To a Malignant Critic”, Poems (1849) [Fields]
“Malthus's Essay on Population”, Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
Malvern Hills: a Poem (1798) [Cottle]
Malvina (1800) [Cottin]
Malvina, ou, Un mariage d'inclination: comédie-vaudeville en deux actes (1828) [Scribe]
Man as he is: a Novel (1792) [Bage]
The Man of Feeling (1771) [Mackenzie]
The Man in the Moon, or Travels into the Lunar Regions, by the Man of the People (1783) [Thomson]
Man in Quest of Himself: or, a Defence of the Individuality of the Human Mind, or Self. Occasioned by some Remarks in the Monthly Review for July 1763. on a Note in Search's Freewill (1763) [Tucker]
Mandeville. A Tale of the Seventeenth Century in England (1817) [Godwin]
Manfred, a Dramatic Poem (1817) [Byron]
“Manoeuvring”, Tales of Fashionable Life (1809-1812) [Edgeworth]
Mansfield Park: a Novel. In Three Volumes (1814) [Austen]
A Manual of Comparative Anatomy (1827) [Blumenbach]
Manuel du voyageur, ou Recueil de dialogues, de lettres, etc., suivi d'un itinéraire raisonné, à l'usage des François en Allemagne et des Allemands en France (1799) [Genlis]
Manuel: a Tragedy in Five Acts (1817) [Maturin]
The Manuscript of 1814: a History of Events which led to the Abdication of Napoleon (1823) [Fain]
Manuscript transmitted from St. Helena (1817) [Lullin]
“Many Friends”, New Times (7 January 1825) [Lamb]
“The March to Moscow”, The Antijacobin Review (June 1814) [Southey]
Marcian Colonna: an Italian Tale with three Dramatic Scenes and other Poems (1820) [Procter]
“Marco Bozzaris”, Alnwick Castle, with other Poems (1827) [Halleck]
“Marenghi”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
Margaret of Anjou: a Poem; in Ten Cantos (1816) [Holford]
Margites (800 BC c.) [Homer]
Maria Stuart, ein Trauerspiel (1801) [Schiller]
Le mariage de raison: comédie-vaudeville en deux actes (1826) [Scribe]
“Mariana in the South”, Poems (1833) [Tennyson]
“Marina on the Ancient Legislation of Spain”, Edinburgh Review (October 1813) [Allen]
“Marino Faliero”, Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice: An Historical Tragedy, in Five Acts. With Notes. The Prophecy of Dante, a Poem (1821) [Byron]
Marius the Epicurean: his Sensations and Ideas (1885) [Pater]
Marmion; a Tale of Flodden Field (1808) [Scott]
The Marriage of Figaro (1784) [Beaumarchais]
Marriage: a Novel (1818) [Ferrier]
Marriage in May Fair; or, the Comedy of Real Life (1853) [Patmore]
“The Marriage of Peleus and Thetis”, Literary Gazette (4 April 1818) [Procter]
The Martyr: a Drama in Three Acts (1826) [Baillie]
The Martyr of Antioch: a Dramatic Poem (1822) [Milman]
Mary De-Clifford. A Story. Interspersed with many Poems (1792) [Brydges]
Mary Barton: a Tale of Manchester Life (1848) [Gaskell]
Mary Lamb (1883) [Gilchrist]
Mary and Charles Lamb; Poems, Letters, and Remains, now first collected (1874) [Hazlitt]
Mary and Charles Lamb: Poems, Letters, and Remains: now first collected, with Reminiscences and Notes (1874) [Lamb]
“Mary the Maid of the Inn”, The Oracle (11 February 1797) [Southey]
Mary, a Fiction (1788) [Wollstonecraft]
The Mask of Anarchy (1832) [Shelley]
A Maske Presented at Ludlow Castle, 1634: on Michaelmasse Night (1637) [Milton]
“The Massacre”, Memoirs of Mrs. Inchbald (1833) [Inchbald]
Master's Rival; or, a Day at Boulogne: a Farce, in Two Acts ([1829]) [Peake]
Master Clarke: a Play in Five Acts (1840) [Serle]
Master Humphrey's Clock (1840) [Dickens]
Materia Hieroglyphica containing the Egyptian Pantheon, and the Succession of the Pharaohs, from the Earliest Times, to the conquest by Alexander, and other Hieroglyphical Subjects (1828) [Wilkinson]
Materials for Thinking (1803) [Burdon]
“Mathias's Italian Translation of Spenser”, London Magazine (July 1826) [Macfarlane]
Matilda and Malek Adhel, the Saracen: a Crusade-romance ([1806?]) [Cottin]
Matilda: a Tale of the Day (1825) [Phipps]
“Maud”, Maud, and other Poems (1855) [Tennyson]
Maurice and Berghetta; or the Priest of Rahery. A Tale (1819) [Parnel]
Maxwell. By the author of "Sayings and Doings" (1830) [Hook]
May you like it (1823) [Tayler]
Mazeppa: A Poem (1819) [Byron]
“McCrie's Life of John Knox”, Edinburgh Review (July 1812) [Jeffrey]
“Meadows in Spring”, The Year Book of Daily Recreation and Information (30 April 1831) [Fitzgerald]
“Measure of Value”, London Magazine (December 1823) [De Quincey]
The Measure of Value: stated and ill. with an Application of it to the Alterations in the Value of the English Currency since 1790 (1823) [Malthus]
Measure for Measure (1623) [Shakespeare]
Mechanism of the Heavens (1831) [Somerville]
Le mechant. Comedie en cinq actes en vers (1747) [Gresset]
Medea (450 BC c.) [Euripides]
Le Médecin malgré lui (1666) [Moliere]
Shakespeare's Medical Knowledge (1865) [Stearns]
Meditations among the Tombs in a Letter to a Lady (1746) [Hervey]
Méditations poétiques (1820) [Lamertine]
Medora Leigh: a History and an Autobiography: with an Introduction, and a Commentary on the Charges brought against Lord Byron by Mrs. Beecher Stowe (1869) [Leigh]
Medulla Poetarum Romanorum, or, the most Beautiful and Instructive Passages of the Roman Poets (1737) [Baker]
“Medwin and Byron”, The Courier (7 December 1824) [Southey]
“Meeting of the Ships”, A Set of Glees (1820) [Moore]
“Melancholy: a Fragment”, Morning Post (12 December 1797) [Coleridge]
“The Melancholy Man”, Poems on Various Subjects (1795) [Lloyd]
“Melancholy Hours. No. X”, Monthly Mirror (1805) [White]
Melincourt (1817) [Peacock]
Melmoth the Wanderer: a Tale (1820) [Maturin]
A Melo-dramatic Piece, being an occasional attempt to commemorate the Death and Victory of Lord Viscount Nelson ([1805?]) [Cumberland]
Memoir of Thomas, first Lord Denman, formerly Lord Chief Justice of England (1873) [Arnould]
Memoir (1824: destroyed) [Byron]
Memoir of the Rev. Henry Francis Cary, M.A., Translator of Dante: with his Literary Journal and Letters (1847) [Cary]
Memoir of the Life, Writings and Correspondence of James Currie, M.D., F.R.S., of Liverpool (1831) [Currie]
Memoir of the Rev. Francis Hodgson, B.D., Scholar, Poet, and Divine, with numerous Letters from Lord Byron and others (1878) [Hodgson]
“Memoir of the Author's Life”, Altrive Tales (1832) [Hogg]
Memoir of De Witt Clinton: with an Appendix, containing numerous Documents, illustrative of the Principal Events of his Life (1829) [Hosack]
Memoir of Mrs. Barbauld: including Letters and Notices of her Family and Friends (1874) [Le Breton]
“Memoir of Shelley”, The Athenaeum (8 September 1832-20 April 1833) [Medwin]
Memoir of the Life and Character of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke; with Specimens of his Poetry and Letters, and an Estimate of his Genius and Talents, compared with those of his great Contemporaries (1724) [Prior]
Memoir of the Life and Public Services of Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, F.R.S. &c. particularly in the Government of Java, 1811-1816, and of Bencoolen and its Dependencies, 1817-1824 with Details of the Commerce and Resources of the Eastern Archipelago, and Selections from his Correspondence (1830) [Raffles]
Memoir of Richard Roberts Jones of Aberdaron: in the County of Carnarvon, in North Wales; exhibiting a remarkable instance of a Partial Power and Cultivation of Intellect (1822) [Roscoe]
Memoir on the Geology of Central France including the Volcanic Formations of Auvergne, the Velay, and the Vivarais (1827) [Scrope]
Memoir and Correspondence of the late Sir James Edward Smith (1832) [Smith]
Memoir and Letters of Charles Sumner (1877-1893) [Sumner]
A Memoir of the Life and Writings of the late William Taylor of Norwich, containing his Correspondence of many years with the late Robert Southey, Esq., and Original Letters from Sir Walter Scott, and the other eminent Literary Men (1843) [Taylor]
“Memoir of William Roscoe, Esq.”, (October 1832) [Traill]
Memoir of Sir William Hamilton, bart. (1869) [Veitch]
Memoires du mareschal de Bassompierre: contenant l'histoire de sa vie et de ce qui s'est fait de plus remarquable à la cour de France pendant quelques années (1665) [Bassompierre]
Mémoires des sages et royales oeconomies d'estat, domestiques, politiques et militaires de Henry le Grand (1638) [Berry]
Mémoires de Brissot, sur ses contemporains, et la révolution française: Publiés par son fils (1830) [Brissot]
Mémoires d'outre-tombe (1849-50) [Chateaubriand]
Mémoires d'Hyppolite Clairon et réflexions sur la déclamation théatrale (1798) [Clairon]
Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire des événemens de la fin du dix-huitième siècle depuis 1760 jusqu'en 1806 - 1810 (1818) [Georgel]
Mémoires d'une femme de qualité, sur Louis XVIII, sa cour et son règne (1829-1830) [Lamothe]
Mémoires de Mademoiselle Bertin sur la reine Marie-Antoinette: Avec des notes et des éclaircissements (1824) [Peuchet]
Mémoires de Madame de Staal (1755) [Staal]
Mémoires du baron de Tott, sur les Turcs et les Tartares (1784) [Tott]
Mémoires du Colonel Voutier sur la guerre actuelle des grecs (1823) [Voutier]
Mémoires de Constant, premier valet de chambre de l'empereur, sur la vie privée de Napoléon, sa famille et sa cour (1830) [Wairy]
Memoires of the last Ten Years of the Reign of George the Second (1822) [Walpole]
Memoirs of the Life of Peter Daniel Huet, Bishop of Avranches (1810) [Aikin]
Memoirs of the Court of King Charles the First (1833) [Aikin]
Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth (1818) [Aikin]
Memoirs of the Court of King James the First (1822) [Aikin]
Memoirs and Correspondence of Dr. H. Bathurst, Bishop of Norwich (1853) [Bathurst]
Memoirs of Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia, Daughter of King James the First. Including Sketches of the State of Society in Holland and Germany, in the 17th Century (1825) [Benger]
Memoirs of Mr. John Tobin, Author of The Honey-moon: with a Selection from his Unpublished Writings (1820) [Benger]
Memoirs of the Life of Anne Boleyn, Queen of Henry VIII (1821) [Benger]
Memoirs of the Life of Mary Queen of Scots: with Anecdotes of the Court of Henry II. during her Residence in France (1823) [Benger]
Memoirs of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Hamilton, with a Selection from her Correspondence, and other Unpublished Writings (1818) [Benger]
Memoirs of Adam Black (1885) [Black]
Memoirs of the Life of John Philip Kemble, esq., including a History of the Stage, from the Time of Garrick to the Present Period (1825) [Boaden]
Memoirs of Mrs. Inchbald: including her Familiar Correspondence with the most distinguished Persons of her Time (1833) [Boaden]
Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte (1829-1831) [Bourrienne]
Memoirs of the Life, Writings, and Discoveries of Sir Isaac Newton (1855) [Brewster]
Memoirs of Dr. Burney, arranged from his own Manuscripts, from Family Papers, and from Personal Recollections (1832) [Burney]
“Memoirs of the Lives and Characters of the Right Honourable George Baillie of Jerviswood and of Lady Grisell Baillie”, New Monthly Magazine (May 1823) [Campbell]
“Memoirs of the late Sir James Mackintosh”, Metropolitan Magazine (July 1832) [Campbell]
The Military Memoirs of Capt. George Carleton (1728) [Carleton]
Memoirs of Capt. George Carleton, an English Officer: including Anecdotes of the War in Spain under the Earl of Peterborough and many interesting Particulars relating to the Manner of the Spaniards in the beginning of the last Century (1808) [Carleton]
“Memoirs of the Life of Scott”, Westminster Review (January 1838) [Carlyle]
Memoirs of the Life of the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A.: late Senior Fellow of Kings College and Minister of Trinity Church, Cambridge (1848) [Carus]
Memoirs of a Working Man (1845) [Carter]
“Memoirs of Madame de Genlis”, Quarterly Review (September 1826) [Chenevix]
Memoirs of the Private and Public Life of William Penn (1813) [Clarkson]
Memoirs of the House of Medici, from its Origin to the Death of Francesco, the second Grand Duke of Tuscany (1797) [Clayton]
Memoirs of Charles Macklin, Comedian, with the Dramatic Characters, Manners, Anecdotes, etc. of the age in which he lived: forming an History of the Stage during almost the whole of the last century (1804) [Cooke]
“Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott”, Knickerbocker Magazine (October 1838) [Cooper]
Memoirs of John, Duke of Marlborough: with his original Correspondence, collected from the Family Records at Blenheim (1818-1819) [Coxe]
Memoirs of the Life and Administration of Sir Robert Walpole, earl of Orford. With Original Correspondence and Authentic Papers, never before published (1798) [Coxe]
“Memoirs of Dr. Burney”, Quarterly Review (April 1833) [Croker]
“Memoirs of R. L. Edgeworth, Esq.”, Quarterly Review (July 1820) [Croker]
Memoirs of the Protector, Oliver Cromwell, and of his Sons, Richard and Henry: illustrated by Original Letters and other Family Papers (1820) [Cromwell]
Memoirs, containing an Account of his Life and Writings, interspersed with Anecdotes and Characters of several of the most distinguished Persons of his Time (1806) [Cumberland]
Memoirs of the Life of Sir Humphry Davy, Bart. (1836) [Davy]
Memoirs of a Cavalier: or a Military Journal of the Wars in Germany, and the Wars in England (1720) [Defoe]
“Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Sir Philip Sidney”, Quarterly Review (February 1809) [D'Israeli]
Memoirs of the Life of George Frederick Cooke, late of the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden Composed principally from Journals and other authentic Documents, left by Mr. Cooke, and the personal Knowledge of the Writer (1813) [Dunlop]
Memoirs by a celebrated Literary and Political Character: from the Resignation of Sir Robert Walpole in 1742 to the Establishment of Lord Chatham's Second Administration in 1757: containing Strictures on some of the most distinguished Men of that Time (1814) [Duppa]
Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Robert Robinson: late Minister of the Dissenting Congregation, in Saint Andrew's Parish, Cambridge (1796) [Dyer]
Memoirs of the Secret Societies of the South of Italy, particularly the Carbonari (1821) [Eastlake]
Memoirs of Richard Lovell Edgeworth, Esq. begun by himself and concluded by his Daughter (1820) [Edgeworth]
Memoirs of Richard Lovell Edgeworth begun by himself and concluded by his Daughter, Maria Edgeworth (1820) [Edgeworth]
Memoirs, illustrative of the Life and Writings of John Evelyn: comprising his Diary, from the Year 1641 to 1705-6, and a Selection of his Familiar Letters (1818) [Evelyn]
Memoirs of the Public Life of the late Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox (1808) [Fell]
Memoirs of James Hardy Vaux (1819) [Field]
Memoirs of the Life, Writings, and Opinions of the Rev. Samuel Parr, LL.D.; with Biographical Notice of many of his Friends, Pupils, and Contemporaries (1828) [Field]
Memoirs of the Private Life, Return, and Reign of Napoleon in 1815 (1820) [Fleury]
The Memoirs of Joseph Fouché, Duke of Otranto, Minister of the General Police of France (1825) [Fouche]
Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Benjamin Franklin (1818) [Franklin]
Memoirs of the Life of Simon Lord Lovat (1785) [Fraser]
“Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Edward Gibbon, Esq.”, The Miscellaneous Works (1796) [Gibbon]
Memoirs and Posthumous Works of Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin (1798) [Godwin]
Memoirs of Goethe: written by himself (1824) [Goethe]
Memoirs of an American Lady: with Sketches of Manners and Scenery in America, as they existed previous to the Revolution (1808) [Grant]
Military Memoirs of the great Civil War. Being the Military Memoirs of John Gwynne (1822) [Gwynne]
Memoirs of the Life of Count de Grammont: containing, in particular, the amorous Intrigues of the Court of England in the Reign of King Charles II (1713) [Hamilton]
Memoirs of the Political and Private Life of James Caulfield, Earl of Charlemont (1810) [Hardy]
Memoirs of the Life and Writings of William Hayley, esq. the Friend and Biographer of Cowper (1823) [Hayley]
Memoirs of Emma Courtney (1796) [Hays]
Memoirs of the late Thomas Holcroft (1816) [Hazlitt]
Memoirs of William Hazlitt. With Portions of his Correspondence (1867) [Hazlitt]
Memoirs of the Reign of George the Second: from his Accession to the Death of Queen Caroline (1848) [Hervey]
Memoirs of the late Thomas Holcroft (1816) [Holcroft]
Memoirs and Correspondence (1853) [Horner]
Memoirs of the Life of Colonel Hutchinson (1806) [Hutchinson]
Memoirs of Sir Elijah Impey, knt. first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Judicature, at Fort William, Bengal; with Anecdotes of Warren Hastings, Sir Philip Francis, Nathaniel Brassey Halhed, esq., and other Contemporaries; compiled from Authentic Documents, in refutation of the Calumnies of the Right Hon. Thomas Babington Macaulay (1846) [Impey]
Memoirs, Correspondence, and Private Papers of Thomas Jefferson: late President of the United States (1829) [Jebb]
Memoirs of the Rebellion in 1745 and 1746: containing a Narrative of the Progress of the Rebellion from its Commencement to the Battle of Culloden (1820) [Johnstone]
Memoirs of John lord de Joinville, Grand Seneschal of Champagne (1807) [Joinville]
Memoirs (1833) [Lee]
“Memoirs of Sheridan, by Dr. Watkins and Mr. Moore”, Quarterly Review (March 1826) [Lockhart]
Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, bart. (1837-38) [Lockhart]
Memoirs of the Affairs of Scotland from the Restoration of King Charles II. A.D. MDCLX (1821) [Mackenzie]
Memoirs of the Life of Sir James Mackintosh (1836) [Mackintosh]
Memoirs and Correspondence illustrative of the History of the French Revolution (1852) [Mallet]
Memoirs of Charles Mathews, Comedian (1838-1839) [Mathews]
Memoirs of the Author of Indian Antiquities: comprehending the History of the Progress of Indian Literature, in Britain, during a period of Thirty Years (1819-1822) [Maurice]
Memoirs of Mr. William Veitch, and George Brysson: with other Narratives illustrative of the History of Scotland, from the Restoration to the Revolution (1825) [McCrie]
Memoirs of William Paley. (1809) [Meadley]
Memoirs of his own Life by Sir James Melville of Halhill, 1549-1593 (1827) [Melville]
Memoirs, Journal, and Correspondence (1853) [Moore]
Lady Morgan's Memoirs: Autobiography, Diaries and Correspondence (1862) [Morgan]
“Memoirs of the Macaw of a Lady of Quality”, The Metropolitan (May-June 1831) [Morgan]
Memoirs of the Lives and Characters of the Right Honourable George Baillie of Jerviswood and of Lady Grisell Baillie (1822) [Murray]
Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Lindley Murray: in a Series of Letters, written by himself (1826) [Murray]
Memoirs of the different Rebellions in Ireland, from the Arrival of the English: also a particular detail of that which broke out the XXIIId of May, MDCCXCVIII, with the History of the Conspiracy which preceded it, and the Characters of the principal Actors in it (1818) [Musgrave]
Memoirs of the Protectorate-house of Cromwell; deduced from an early period, and continued down to the present time (1784) [Noble]
Memoirs of the Illustrious House of Medici, from Giovanni, the Founder of their Greatness, who died in the year 1428, to the Death of Giovanni-Gaston, the last Grand Duke of Tuscany, in 1737 (1797) [Noble]
Memoirs of Sir Joshua Reynolds, Knt. comprising original Anecdotes of many Persons, his Contemporaries; and a brief Analysis of his Discourses, to which are added, Varieties on Art (1813) [Northcote]
Memoirs of Monkeys, &c. &c. (1825) [Ogle]
Memoirs of the legal, literary, and political Life of the late the Right Honourable John Philpot Curran, once Master of the Rolls in Ireland: comprising copious Anecdotes of his Wit and Humour; and a Selection of his Poetry. Interspersed with occasional Biography of his distinguished Contemporaries in the Senate and at the Bar (1817) [O'Regan]
Memoirs of James Robert Hope-Scott of Abbotsford: with Selections from his Correspondence (1884) [Ornsby]
Memoirs of Samuel Pepys, Esq., F.R.S., Secretary to the Admiralty in the Reigns of Charles II and James II, comprising his Diary from 1659 to 1669, deciphered by the Rev. John Smith (1825) [Pepys, Samuel]
Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the late John Coakley Lettsom, with a Selection of his Correspondence (1817) [Pettigrew]
Memoirs of the Political and Literary Life of Robert Plumer Ward, Esq.: author of "The Law of Nations", "Tremaine", "De Vere", etc., etc.: with Selections from his Correspondence, Diaries, and Unpublished Literary Remains (1850) [Phipps]
Memoirs of the extraordinary Life, Works, and Discoveries of Martinus Scriblerus (1742) [Pope]
“Memoirs of P. P., Clerk of this Parish”, Miscellanies in Prose and Verse (1727-28) [Pope]
Memoirs of Dr. Joseph Priestley, to the Year 1795 (1806-1807) [Priestley]
Memoirs of the Public Life of John Horne Took, Esq. (1812) [Reid]
Memoirs of Madame de Rémusat, 1802-1808 (1880) [Remusat]
Memoirs of the Life and Correspondence of Mrs. Hannah More (1834) [Roberts]
Memoirs of the Marchioness de Laroche Jaquelein, with a map of the theatre of war in La Vendée (1817) [Rochejacquelein]
Memoirs of the Life of Sir Samuel Romilly (1840) [Romilly]
Memoirs of the Affairs of Europe, from the Peace of Utrecht (1824) [Russell]
Memoirs of the life of Gilbert Wakefield, B.A. (1804) [Rutt]
Memoirs of John Kitto, D.D., F.S.A.; compiled chiefly from his Letters and Journals by J. E. Ryland (1856) [Ryland]
Memoirs of the Duke of Rovigo, (M. Savary): illustrative of the History of the Emperor Napoleon (1828) [Savary]
Memoirs of Robert Cary, Earl of Monmouth. Written by himself. And Fragmenta regalia; being a History of Queen Elizabeth's Favourites. By Sir Robert Naughton. With Explanatory Annotations (1808) [Scott]
Memoirs and Recollections of Count Segur: Ambassador from France to the Courts of Russia and Prussia, &c. &c. (1825-1827) [Segur]
Memoirs of the Life of Dr. Darwin chiefly during his Residence at Lichfield: with Anecdotes of his Friends, and Criticisms on his Writings (1804) [Seward]
Memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph, extracted from her own Journal (1761) [Sheridan]
Memoirs, Letters, and Comic Miscellanies in Prose and Verse (1840) [Smith]
“Memoirs of Captain Rock”, Edinburgh Review (October 1824) [Smith]
“Memoir of Felix Neff”, Quarterly Review (April 1833) [Southey]
“Memoirs of Bayard”, Quarterly Review (October 1825) [Southey]
“Memoirs of Oberlin”, Quarterly Review (February 1831) [Southey]
Memoirs of the Private Life of my Father (1818) [Stael]
Memoirs of the House of Orleans (1849) [Taylor]
Memoirs of the Life, Writings and Correspondence, of Sir William Jones (1804) [Teignmouth]
Memoirs of the Life of the Right Honorable William Pitt (1821) [Tomline]
Memoirs of Theobald Wolfe Tone (1827) [Tone]
Memoirs of the Right Honourable Richard Lalor Sheil (1855) [Torrens]
Memoirs of the Right Honourable William, second viscount Melbourne (1878) [Torrens]
Memoirs of the Revd Samuel Bourn, for many year, one of the Pastors of the United Congregations of the New Meeting in Birmingham, and of the Meeting in Coseley (1808) [Toulmin]
Memoirs of the Latter Years of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox (1811) [Trotter]
Memoirs of Vidocq, Principal Agent of the French Police until 1827 and now Proprietor of the Paper Manufactory at St. Mandé (1829) [Vidoqu]
Memoirs of the life of Voltaire. Written by himself. Translated from the French (1784) [Voltaire]
Memoirs; being a short Account of political Contentions, party Quarrels, and Events of consequence from 1754 to 1758 (1821) [Waldegrave]
Memoirs of the Public and Private Life of the Right Hon. R.B. Sheridan, with a particular Account of his Family and Connexions (1817) [Watkins]
Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Right Honourable Lord Byron: with Anecdotes of some of his Contemporaries (1822) [Watkins]
Memoirs of the Life of Mrs. Sumbel, late Wells; of the Theatres-Royal, Drury-Lane, Covent-Garden, and Haymarket (1811) [Wells]
Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Mr. William Whiston. Containing Memoirs of several of his Friends also. Written by himself. (1749-1750) [Whiston]
Memoirs of Harriette Wilson (1825) [Wilson]
Memoirs of the Life and Times of Daniel Defoe: containing a Review of his Writings and his Opinions upon a Variety of Important Matters, Civil and Ecclesiastical (1830) [Wilson]
Memoirs of the Life of John Law of Lauriston: including a detailed Account of the Rise, Progress, and Termination of the Missisippi System (1824) [Wood]
Memoirs of William Wordsworth (1851) [Wordsworth]
Memoirs of the Kings of France, of the Race of Valois. Interspersed with Interesting Anecdotes; to which is added, a Tour through the Western, Southern, and Interior Provinces of France, in a Series of Letters (1777) [Wraxall]
Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Sir Philip Sidney (1808) [Zouch]
Memoirs of the Affairs of Greece: containing an Account of the military and political Events, which occurred in 1823 and following Years: with various Anecdotes relating to Lord Byron, and an Account of his last Illness and Death (1831) [Millingen]
Memoirs of the Life of the Right Honourable Richard Brinsley Sheridan (1825) [Moore]
Memorabilia (4th century BC) [Xenophon]
Memoria technica, or, a New Method of Artificial Memory applied to and exemplified in Chronology, History, Geography, Astronomy. Also Jewish, Grecian and Roman Coins, Weights and Measures, &c. With Tables proper to the respective Sciences; and Memorial Lines adapted to each Table (1730) [Grey]
“A Memorial of James Nayler”, Poetic Vigils (1824) [Barton]
“A Memorial of John Woolman”, Poetic Vigils (1824) [Barton]
Memorial de Sainte Héléne: Journal of the Private Life and Conversations of the Emperor Napoleon at Sainte Helena (1823) [Las Cases]
Memorialls, or, the Memorable Things that fell out witin this Island of Brittain from 1638 to 1684 (1818) [Law]
Memorials of his Time (1856) [Cockburn]
Memorials of Miss Catherine Maria Fanshawe (1865) [Fanshawe]
Memorials and Correspondence of Charles James Fox (1853-1857) [Fox]
Memorials of James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd (1885) [Garden]
Memorials of Millbank, and Chapters in Prison History (1875) [Griffiths]
Memorials of Coleorton; being Letters from Coleridge, Wordsworth and his Sister, Southey, and Sir Walter Scott to Sir George and Lady Beaumont of Coleorton, Leicestershire, 1803-1834 (1887) [Knight]
Memorials of the Haliburtons (1820) [Scott]
Memorials of a Tour on the Continent, 1820 (1822) [Wordsworth]
Memorie of the Somervilles: being a History of the Baronial House of Somerville (1815) [Somerville]
Memories and Thoughts (1886) [Boyle]
Memories of Old Friends. Being Extracts from the Journals and Letters of Caroline Fox of Penjerrick, Cornwall (1882) [Fox]
Men and Manners in America (1833) [Hamilton]
Men, Women, and Books: a Selection of Sketches, Essays, and Critical Memoirs, from his uncollected Prose Writings (1847) [Hunt]
The Menageries. Quadrupeds, described and drawn from Living Subjects (1829-1840) [Knight]
“The Mental Thermometer”, Friendship's Offering (1825) [Edgeworth]
The Merchant of London: a Play, in Five Acts (1832) [Serle]
The Merchant of Venice (1600) [Shakespeare]
Meredith (1843) [Blessington]
“The Mermaid of Galloway”, Sir Marmaduke Maxwell, a Dramatic Poem; The Mermaid of Galloway; The Legend of Richard Faulder; and Twenty Scottish Songs (1822) [Cunningham]
“The Mermaid”, 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]
Merope: a Tragedy (1749) [Hill]
The Merry Wives of Windsor (1602) [Shakespeare]
Messiah a Poem, in Twenty-eight Books (1815) [Cottle]
The Messiah: a Poem (1832) [Montgomery]
Der Messias (1751-73) [Klopstock]
Metamorphoses ( 8 c.) [Ovid]
“Sonnet XVIII. Metaphor”, Annual Anthology (1799) [Jennings]
Metaphysicorum liber II. Continens tractationem de substantiis (adeoq́ue de deo, angelis, & anima separata) & singularis accidentium generibus (1622) [Scheibler]
“Metempsycosis”, Poems: with Elegies on the Author's Death (1633) [Donne]
La methode nouvelle et invention extraordinaire de dresser les chevaux, les travailles selon la nature, et parfaire la nature par la subtilité de l'art la quelle n'a jamais eté trouvée que par le Prince Guillaume Marquis et, Comte de Newcastle (1658) [Cavendish]
Metrical Effusions, or Verses on Various Occasions (1812) [Barton]
A Metrical Version of The Acharnians, The Knights and The Birds, in the last of which a vein of peculiar Humour and Character is for the first time detected and developed (1840) [Frere]
The Metrical Miscellany: consisting chiefly of Poems hitherto unpublished (1802) [Riddell]
“Metrical Letter written from London”, Poems: by Robert Southey. The Second Volume (1799) [Southey]
Metrical Tales and other Poems (1805) [Southey]
Metrical Romances of the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Centuries published from Ancient Manuscripts (1810) [Weber]
Metrical Legends, and other Poems (1807) [Sharpe]
Mexico in 1827 (1828) [Ward]
“Michael”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1798) [Wordsworth]
“The Michaelmas Daisy”, Literary Gazette (18 March 1820) [Landon]
Michaelmas Terme (1607) [Middleton]
Micro-cosmographie. Or, a Peece of the World discouered: in Essayes and Characters (1628) [Earle]
The Microcosm of London (1810-16) [Ackermann]
Midas: an English Burletta (1764) [O'Hara]
“Middleton's Doctrine of the Greek Article”, Quarterly Review (August 1809) [Sayers]
A Midsummer Night's Dream (1600) [Shakespeare]
“Mildreiados”, A Feast for Wormes (1638) [Quarles]
The Milesian Chief: a Romance (1812) [Maturin]
The Military Memoirs of Capt. George Carleton: from the Dutch war, 1672 in which he serv'd, to the Conclusion of the Peace at Utrecht, 1713 (1728) [Defoe]
The Military Operations at Cabul, which ended in the Retreat and Destruction of the British Army, January 1842. With a Journal of Imprisonment in Affghanistan (1843) [Eyre]
“Military and Political Power of Russia”, Quarterly Review (April 1818) [Heber]
“Military Memoirs”, Quarterly Review (September 1826) [Lockhart]
The Military Sketch-book. Reminiscences of Seventeen Years in the Service abroad and at home (1827) [Maginn]
“Milton's Treatise on Christian Doctrine”, New Monthly Magazine (August 1825) [Campbell]
Milton Gallery. A Catalogue of the First Series of Pictures and Sketches, from the Poetic Works of John Milton ([1799]) [Fuseli]
“Milton”, Edinburgh Review (August 1825) [Macaulay]
“Milton's Comus”, New Monthly Magazine (March 1823) [Redding]
Mind amongst the Spindles: a Selection from the Lowell Offering (1844) [Knight]
The Mine: a Dramatic Poem (1785) [Sargent]
“Minnie's Musings”, All the Year round (29 December 1866) [Clarke]
Minor Morals, interspersed with Sketches of Natural History, Historical Anecdotes, and Original Stories (1798) [Smith]
Minor Poems (1815) [Southey]
The Minstrel; or, the Progress of Genius. A Poem (1771, 1774) [Beattie]
The Minstrel; or, the Progress of Genius. In continuation of the Poem left unfinished by Dr. Beattie. Book the Third (1808) [Merivale]
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]
“Miot's Mémoires de l'Expédition en Egypte”, Quarterly Review (April 1815) [Southey]
“Mirabeau”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (August 1824) [Coleridge]
De miraculis mortuorum libri tres: quibus praemissa diss. de cadavere et miraculis in genere. Opus (1709) [Garmann]
Mirandola, a Tragedy (1821) [Procter]
Mirra (1784-86) [Alfieri]
Mirror of the Months (1826) [Patmore]
Le Misanthrope (1666) [Moliere]
Miscellanea Nova: containing amidst a Variety of other Matters curious and interesting, Sheridan versus Johnson, on the Information of Boswell the Smiler, with occasional Remarks, Anecdotes, Biographical and Theatrical (1810) [Whyte]
Miscellaneous Poetical Translations, to which are added, a Latin Prize-essay (1806) [Howes]
Miscellaneous Papers and Legal Instruments under the Hand and Seal of William Shakspeare: including the tragedy of King Lear, and a Small Fragment of Hamlet, from the original mss. in the possession of Samuel Ireland, of Norfolk Street (1796) [Ireland]
Miscellaneous Works (1789) [Lawrence]
The Miscellaneous Writings of Lord Macaulay (1860) [Macaulay]
The Miscellaneous Works, in Verse and Prose (1802) [Man]
The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, bart. (1834-40) [Scott]
Miscellaneous Translations, in Prose and Verse from Roman Poets, Orators, and Historians (1724) [Warburton]
The Miscellaneous Works (1814) [Gibbon]
Miscellanies (1721) [Aubrey]
Miscellanies: in Prose and Verse, consisting of Essays, Abstracts, Original Poems, Letters, Tales, Translations, Panegyricks, Epigrams, and Epitaphs (1762) [Collins]
Miscellanies, Political and Literary (1878) [Duff]
Miscellanies (1886) [Swinburne]
Miscellany Poems on Several Occasions (1702) [Pomfret]
Mischief (1831-1834) [Quillinan]
The Miseries of Human Life, or, The Groans of Samuel Sensitive and Timothy Testy (1806-1807) [Beresford]
“The Miseries of Human Life”, Edinburgh Review (January 1806) [Lamb]
The Miseries and Great Hardships of the Inferior Clergy in and about London: and a Modest Plea for their Rights and better Usage. In a Letter to a right reverend Prelate (1722) [Stackhouse]
“Miserrimus.” On a Grave-stone in Worcester Cathedral is this Inscription, Miserrimus; with neither Name, Date, nor Comment. Not published (1832) [Reynolds]
“Miss Edgeworth's Fashionable Tales”, Edinburgh Review (July 1809) [Jeffrey]
“Miss Edgeworth's Tales of Fashionable Life”, Edinburgh Review (July 1812) [Jeffrey]
“Miss Baillie's Series of Plays”, Critical Review (February 1803) [Southey]
“Miss Seward's Memoirs of Dr. Darwin”, Edinburgh Review (April 1804) [Thomson]
“Miss Edgeworth's Patronage”, Quarterly Review (January 1814) [Ward]
“Miss Baillie's Plays on the Passions, Vol. 3”, Edinburgh Review (February 1812) [Jeffrey]
“Miss Edgeworth's Tales of Fashionable Life”, Quarterly Review (June 1812) [Croker]
The Missing Link; or, Bible-women in the Homes of the London Poor (1859) [Ranyard]
Mission from Cape Coast Castle to Ashantee: with a Statistical Account of that Kingdom, and Geographical Notices of other parts of the Interior of Africa (1819) [Bowdich]
For Missionaries after the Apostolical School: a Series of Orations: in Four Parts (1825) [Irving]
“Missionaries' Letters on the Nicobar Islands”, Quarterly Review (April 1814) [Southey]
The Missionary: a Poem (1813) [Bowles]
The Missionary: an Indian Tale (1811) [Morgan]
Las mocedades del Cid (1599 c.) [Castro]
“Modern English Poetesses”, Quarterly Review (September 1840) [Coleridge]
The Modern Griselda: a Tale (1804) [Edgeworth]
Modern Infidelity considered with respect to its Influence on Society: in a Sermon, preached at the Baptist Meeting, Cambridge (1800) [Hall]
Modern Greece. A Poem (1817) [Hemans]
“Modern Gallantry”, London Magazine (November 1822) [Lamb]
Modern Britons: a Poem (1791) [Monro]
The Modern Athens: a Dissection and Demonstration of Men and Things in the Scotch Capital (1825) [Mudie]
Modern Geography: a Description of the Empires, Kingdoms, States, and Colonies; with the Oceans, Seas, and Isles; in all Parts of the World (1802) [Pinkerton]
Modern Painters (1843-1860) [Ruskin]
Modern India: with Illustrations of the Resources and Capabilities of Hindústan (1837) [Spry]
Modern Claims to miraculous Gifts of the Spirit, considered in a Sermon, preached, November 6, 1831, at the St. Pancras Parochial Chapel, in Regent Square (1831) [Harness]
“Modern Improvements”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1821) [Talfourd]
“Modern Novels”, Quarterly Review (January 1821) [Whately]
Moeurs, usages, costumes des Othomans et abrégé de leur histoire (1812) [Castellan]
“The Mohock Magazine”, London Magazine (December 1820) [Scott]
On Molecular and Microscopic Science (1869) [Somerville]
“Moliere”, Foreign Quarterly Review (February 1828) [Scott]
The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the famous Moll Flanders (1722) [Defoe]
Monandrian Plants of the Order Scitamineae, chiefly drawn from Living Specimens in the Botanic Garden at Liverpool. Arranged according to the System of Linnaeus. With Descriptions and Observations (1828) [Roscoe]
The Monastery: a Romance (1820) [Scott]
The Monk: a Romance (1796) [Lewis]
Monody on the death of the Right Honourable R.B. Sheridan (1816) [Byron]
“Monody on the Death of Chatterton”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“Monody to John Henderson, A.B. of Pembroke College, Oxford”, Poems, containing John the Baptist; Sir Malcolm and Alla: a Tale; War, a Fragment; with a Monody to John Henderson, and a Sketch of his Character (1795) [Cottle]
Monody: to the Memory of Right Honorable Richard Brinsley Sheridan (1816) [Gent]
A Monody on the Death of Mr. John Henderson, late of Covent Garden Theatre (1787) [Harley]
“Monologue”, The Genuine Rejected Addresses: presented to the Committee of Management for the Drury-Lane Theater: preceded by that written by Lord Byron and adopted by the Committee (1812) [Busby]
Monsieur d'Olive: A Comedie (1606) [Chapman]
Monsieur de Camors (1867) [Feuillet]
Monsieur Tonson: a Tale, recited by Mr. Fawcett, at Covent Garden Theatre (1795) [Taylor]
“Mont Blanc: Lines Written in the Vale of Chamouni”, History of a Six Weeks' Tour through a part of France, Switzerland, Germany and Holland with Letters descriptive of a Sail round the Lake of Geneva, and of the Glaciers of Chamouni (1817) [Shelley]
Mont Blanc: and other Poems (1827) [Gray]
“Montgomery's Poems”, Quarterly Review (December 1811) [Southey]
“Montgomery's World Before the Flood”, Quarterly Review (April 1814) [Southey]
The Months, descriptive of the successive Beauties of the Year (1821) [Hunt]
“The Months”, New Monthly Magazine (January-April 1824) [Patmore]
Montrose and Covenanters, their Characters and Conduct, illustrated from Private Letters and other original Documents hitherto unpublished, embracing the Times of Charles the First, from the Rise of the Troubles in Scotland, to the Death of Montrose (1838) [Napier]
Montrose, or, the Children of the Mist: a Musical Drama in Three Acts, founded on The Legend of Montrose (1822) [Pocock]
“Moon-Light”, Literary Gazette (17 April 1819) [Jerdan]
The Moor and the Loch: containing practical Hints on most of the Highland Sports, and Notices of the Habits of the different Creatures of Game and Prey in the Mountainous Districts of Scotland, with an Essay on Loch-fishing (1873) [Colquhoun]
“Moore's Poems”, Edinburgh Review (July 1806) [Jeffrey]
“Moore's Life of Lord Byron”, Quarterly Review (January 1831) [Lockhart]
“Moore's Life of Lord Byron”, Edinburgh Review (June 1831) [Macaulay]
“Moore's Letters and Journals of Byron”, Westminster Review (April 1830) [Peacock]
“Moore's Life of Lord Edward Fitzgerald”, Quarterly Review (November 1831) [Southey]
Moral Tales for Young People (1801) [Edgeworth]
Moral Sketches of prevailing Opinions and Manners, foreign and domestic: with Reflections on Prayer (1818) [More]
“Moral Essays”, The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. (1797) [Pope]
“Moral and Political State of the British Empire”, Quarterly Review (January 1831) [Southey]
A More Extended Discussion in favour of Liberty of Conscience (1808) [Wyvill]
More Wonders! An Heroic Epistle to M. G. Lewis, esq. M.P., editor of Tales of Wonder, author of The Monk,—Castle Spectre, &c. &c. (1801) [Dermody]
“Morellet—Memoirs of the French Revolution”, Quarterly Review (October 1821) [Croker]
“Morgante Maggiore”, The Liberal (1823) [Byron]
Nugæ Modernæ: Morning Thoughts, and Midnight Musings: consisting of Casual Reflections, Egotisms, &c. In Prose and Verse (1818) [Park]
The Morning and Evening Sacrifice; or, Prayers for Private Persons and Families (1822) [Wright]
“Morrice's translation of the Iliad”, Monthly Review (April 1810) [Hodgson]
“Morte d'Arthur. A Fragment”, The Life of Reginald Heber, D.D., Lord Bishop of Calcutta. With selections from his Correspondence, Unpublished Poems, and Private Papers, together with a Journal of his Tour in Norway, Sweden, Russia, Hungary, and Germany, and a History of the Cossaks (1830) [Heber]
Le Morte Darthur (1485) [Malory]
The byrth, lyf, and actes of Kyng Arthur; of his noble knyghtes of the Rounde Table, theyr merveyllous enquestes and aduentures, thachyeuyng of the Sanc Greal; and in the end le Morte Darthur, with the dolourous deth and departying out of thys worlde of them al (1817) [Malory]
“Morte d'Arthur”, Poems (1842) [Tennyson]
“The Moslem Bridal Song”, Literary Gazette (4 October 1817) [Croly]
The Most Famous History of the Seauen Champions of Christendome: Saint George of England, Saint Dennis of Fraunce, Saint Iames of Spaine, Saint Anthonie of Italie, Saint Andrew of Scotland, Saint Pattricke of Ireland, and Saint Dauid of Wales (1596-1597) [Johnson]
“The Mother's Return”, Poems by William Wordsworth (1815) [Wordsworth]
“The Motto”, The Mistresse: Or Severall Copies of Love-Verses (1647) [Cowley]
Mount Edgcumbe, a Poem (1811) [Redding]
Mount Pleasant: a Descriptive Poem. To which is added, an Ode (1777) [Roscoe]
The Mountain Bard, consisting of Ballads and Songs founded on Facts and Legendary Tales (1807) [Hogg]
The Mourning Bride: a Tragedy (1697) [Congreve]
The Life of Mozart, including his Correspondence (1845) [Holmes]
“Mr. Plumer Ward on the Revolution of 1688”, Edinburgh Review (July 1838) [Allen]
“Mr. Brougham.—Education Committee”, Quarterly Review (July 1818) [Monk]
“Mr William Rathbone”, The Athenaeum (March 1809) [Roscoe]
Mr. Dyson's Speech to the Freeholders on Reform (1831) [Smith]
“Mr. Scarlett's Poor Bill”, Edinburgh Review (October 1821) [Smith]
“Mr. Southey and Lord Byron”, The Courier (13 December 1824) [Southey]
“Mr. H.”, The Works of Charles Lamb (1818) [Lamb]
“Mr. Malthus and the Edinburgh Reviewers”, Cobbett's Political Register (24 November 1810) [Hazlitt]
Mr. Mathews at Home! In his youthful Days (1822) [Smith]
“Mr. Pope's Welcome from Greece”, Additions to the Works of Alexander Pope. Together with many Original Poems and Letters, of Contemporary Writers, never before published (1776) [Gay]
“Mr. Southey and Wat Tyler”, The Courier (1817) [Coleridge]
Mrs. Armytage, or, Female Domination (1836) [Gore]
Mrs. Leicester's School, or, the History of several Young Ladies: related by themselves (1809) [Lamb]
“Mrs. Battle's Opinions on Whist”, London Magazine (February 1821) [Lamb]
Mrs. Leslie and her Grandchildren: a Tale (1827) [Reynolds]
“Mrs. Gould (Miss Burrell) in Don Giovanni in London”, The Examiner (12 May 1816) [Lamb]
“Mrs. Butler's Journal”, Quarterly Review (July 1835) [Croker]
“Mrs. Butler's Poems”, Quarterly Review (March 1845) [Lockhart]
Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lectures: as suffered by the late Job Caudle (1846) [Jerrold]
Much Ado about Nothing (1600) [Shakespeare]
“Muirhead's Travels in the Low Countries”, Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
The Mummy! A Tale of the Twenty-second Century (1827) [Loudon]
Musae cantabrigienses; seu, Carmina quaedam numismate aureo cantabrigiae ornata, et procancellarii permissu edita (1810) [Blomfield]
Musae Anglicanae, sive Poemata quaedam melioris notae, seu hactenus inedita, seu sparsim edita, in duo volumina congesta (1741) [Bourne]
“Musae cantabrigienses”, Monthly Review (1810) [Hodgson]
Musaeus: The Loves of Hero and Leander (1797) [Bedford]
The Muses Library; or a Series of English Poetry from the Saxons, to the Reign of King Charles II. Containing, the Lives and Characters of all the known Writers in that Interval (1831) [Cooper]
Museum Europaeum, or, Select Antiquities, Curiosities, Beauties, and Varieties of Nature and art in Europe: compiled from eminent Authorities, methodically arranged, interspersed with original Hints, Observations, &c. (1825) [Hulbert]
The Musical Library: Vocal (1834-1837) [Ayrton]
Musical History, Biography, and Criticism: being a General Survey of Music, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time (1835) [Hogarth]
The Mutiny at the Nore: a Nautical Drama in Three Acts ([1828?]) [Jerrold]
My Grandmother: a Musical Farce in Two Acts (1794) [Hoare]
My Lifetime (1895) [Hollingshead]
“My Books”, Literary Examiner (5 July 1823) [Hunt]
“My First Play”, London Magazine (December 1821) [Lamb]
“My Relations”, London Magazine (June 1821) [Lamb]
My Confidences. An Autobiographical sketch addressed to my Descendants (1896) [Lampson]
“My Novel” or Varieties in English Life ([1852]) [Lytton]
“My Armchair”, The Table Book (1827) [Clarke]
“My Aunt Margaret's Mirror”, The Keepsake for 1829 (1828) [Scott]
My Boat is on the Shore." Written and Addressed to Thomas Moore Esq. by Lord Byron. The Music by Henry R. Bishop (1816) [Byron]
My Fellow Clerk: a Farce in One Act (1835) [Oxenford]
“My First Acquaintance with the Poets”, The Liberal (April 1823) [Hazlitt]
“[My Friend! not now thy name]”, Literary Gazette (23 January 1819) [Knowles]
“My heart leaps up”, Poems in Two Volumes (1807) [Wordsworth]
My Pocket-Book; or, Hints for “A Ryghte Merrie and Conceitede” Tour in Quarto; to be called “The Stranger in Ireland,” in 1805 (1807) [DuBois]
“Myles's History of the Methodists”, Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
A Myrrovr for Magistrates. Wherein maye be seen by example of other, with howe greuous Plagues Vices are punished: and howe frayle and unstable worldly Prosperity is founde, when of those whom Fortune seemeth most highly to fauour (1563) [Sackville]
The Mysteries of Udolpho, a Romance; interspersed with some Pieces of Poetry (1794) [Radcliffe]
The Mysterious Bride (1825) [Skeffington]
The Mysterious Mother. A Tragedy (1768) [Walpole]
The Mystery; or, Forty Years Ago. A Novel (1820) [Gaspey]
Mémoires d'un voyageur qui se repose: contenant des anecdotes historiques, politiques et littéraires, relatives à plusieurs des principaux personnages du siècle (1806) [Dutens]