The Library of Fiction, or The Family Storyteller [v1, 1836] (octavo)
Details supplied by Darrell Schweitzer.
- The Tugges at Ramsgate · Boz · ss
- The Castle of Cleves, or the White Hand · Castelli; translated, uncredited · ss; translated from the German.
- Mr. Firedrake Fidget · C. Whitehead · ss
- The Last Words of Charles Edwards, Esq. · Anon. · ss Blackwoods Magazine
- Ginevra · Anon. · ss (r); from Roscoes Italian Novelists.
- Passages in the Life of Franics Looseflesh, Esq. · C. Whitehead · ss
- Tale of a Chemist · Anon. · ss Knights Quarterly Magazine Nov 1824
- The Landlord of Royston · Anon. · ss
- The Irish Lord Lieutenant and His Double · John Banim, [or Michael] · ss, as by The Author of the OHara Tales
- A Little Talk About Spring and the Sweeps · Boz · ss; this one does not appear in recognizable form on the contents of Sketches by Boz.
- Monkwynd · Q. Q. Q. · ss
- Destiny · H. P. · ss
- My Little Grey Landlord · The Author of Scenes in Poland · ss
- Diary of a Surgeon · Anon. · ss
- Sandy Sandieman the Piper · E. Mayhew · ss
- The Sibyls Stone · James Dalton · ss, as by The Author of The Gentleman in Black; Note the Arno reprint of The Gentleman in Black lists the author as one Dalton, first name unknown.
- Tiberius at Capreae · S. · ss
- The Convict · C. Ollier · ss
- Jesse Cliffe · Miss Mitford · ss
- The Alchymist · T. K. Hervey · ss
- The OConnors and McCarteys; or, the Humours of an Irish Fair · A. Campbell · ss
- The Ransom · C. W. · ss
- The Rival Houses · G. P. R. James · ss
- John Smith · Edward Mayhew · ss
- The Two Martyrs · S. · ss
- The Four Greys, or, Travelling Adventures in Ireland · Anon. · ss
- The Last Feat of Fra Diavalo · Anon. · ss
- The Old Farm-House · Mrs. Fairlie · ss
- The Hebrew Brothers · Anon. · ss
- Mrs. Smith at Home, or, More Smiths! · H. W. Wills, Esq. · ss
- The Image-Man · Anon. · ss