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Trollope, Anthony

Trollope, Anthony. The Warden. Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, London (1855). 1st in Barsetshire series

Trollope, Anthony. Doctor Thorne. Chapman & Hall, London (1858). 1st edition of 750 copies; 2nd edition of 250 copies 1 month later; 3rd in the Barsetshire series; 3 volumes

TROLLOPE, Anthony.. Doctor Thorne; The Bertams; Barchester Towers; The Last Chronicle of Barset.. Bernhard Tauchnitz (1858).

Trollope, Anthony. Doctor Thorne. Chapman & Hall, London (1859).

Trollope, Anthony. The Bertrams. Harper & Bros., New York (1859). US edition; 1 volume

Trollope, Anthony. The Bertrams. Chapman and Hall. London (1859). 3 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. The West Indies and the Spanish Main. Chapman & Hall, London (1859). Includes hand coloured map

Trollope, Anthony. Castle Richmond. Harper & Bros., New York (1860). US edition

Trollope, Anthony. Castle Richmond. Chapman & Hall, London (1860). British edition; 3 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. Framley Parsonage. Smith, Elder & Co., London (1860). 6 full-page plates by Sir John Everett Millais; 1st edition serialised in the first 3 volumes of Corbhill Magazine, before book form

Trollope, Anthony. The West Indies and the Spanish Main. Chapman & Hall, London (1860). 2nd edition; hand-coloured map

Trollope, Anthony. Three Clerks. Harper and Brothers, New York (1860). US edition

Trollope, Anthony. Three Clerks. Harper Brothers, London (1860).

Trollope, Anthony. Framley Parsonage. Smith, Elder, London (1861). 6 full-page illustrations by Sir John Everett Millais; 4th in the Barsetshirer series; 3 volumes; Originally issued in Cornhill magazine

Trollope, Anthony. Framley Parsonage. Harper & Brothers, New York (1861). US edition; illustrated

Trollope, Anthony. Orley Farm. Chapman and Hall, London (1861). 40 full-page illustrations by J.E. Millais; published in 20 monthly installments

Trollope, Anthony. Tales Of All Countries. Chapman & Hall , London (1861). 1st series; collection of 8 short stories

Trollope, Anthony. The Macdermots of Ballycloran. Chapman & Hall, London (1861). New edition; first 1 volume edition

Trollope, Anthony. North America. Harper & Bros., New York (1862). 1st American edition, Pirated edition

Trollope, Anthony. North America. Chapman and Hall, London (1862). 2 volumes; includes folding map in Vol 1

Trollope, Anthony. North America. J.P. Lippincott & Company, Philadelphia (1862). 2 volumes in 1; authorised US edition

Trollope, Anthony. Orley Farm. Chapman & Hall, London (1862). 40 wood engravings by John Everett Millais; first printing in book form; volumes released separately, 9 months apart, during the serialisation of novel: 2 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. Rachel Ray. Chapman & Hall, London (1863). 3000 copies published, 500 per printing, labeled as new editions (total 6 'editions' or printings in 1863); 2 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. Tales of All Countries. Chapman & Hall, London (1863). Second series

Trollope, Anthony. Can You Forgive Her?. Chapman & Hall, London (1864). Illustrated with 40 engraved plates, volume 1 by Hablot K. Browne ('Phiz'), volume 2 by Miss Taylor; 2 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. The Small House at Allington. Harper & Bros., New York (1864). 5th of the Barsetshire Series;

Trollope, Anthony. The Small House at Allington. Smith, Elder and Co., London (1864). 18 illustrations by J.E. Millais; first issue point with 'hobbledehoya' on p33 and p70 misnumbered '0'; 5th of the Barsetshire Series; 2 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. Hunting Sketches. Chapman and Hall, London (1865). Collection of 8 short stories

Trollope, Anthony. Miss Mackenzie. Chapman and Hall, London (1865). 2 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. Clergymen of the Church of England. Chapman and Hall, London (1866).

Trollope, Anthony. The Belton Estate. Lippincott, Philadelphia (1866). 1st US edition

Trollope, Anthony. The Belton Estate. Chapman and Hall, London (1866). 3 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. The Claverings. W. C. & F. P. Church, New York (1866). Special Issue of The Galaxy; printed as a free pamphlet for purchasers of the magazine, previously serialised in 'The Galaxy'; illustrated

Trollope, Anthony. The Claverings. Cornhill Magazine, London (1866). Illustrated with 16 wood engravings; Complete with the 16 installments from The Cornhill Magazine

Trollope, Anthony. Travelling Sketches. Chapman & Hall, London (1866). Collection of 8 short stories; originally published in Pall Mall Gazette

Trollope, Anthony. Last Chronicle of Barset. Smith, Elder and Co, London (1867). 32 wood engravings by George H. Thomas; 2 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. Last Chronicle of Barset. Harper & Brothers, New York (1867). US edition; illustrations by George H. Thomas

Trollope, Anthony. Lotta Schmidt. Alexander Strahan, London (1867).

Trollope, Anthony. Nina Balatka. Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig (1867). The Story of a Maiden in Prague'; first continental edition;

Trollope, Anthony. The Belton Estate. Chapman and Hall, London (1867). 1st one volume edition; 1st illustrated edition

Trollope, Anthony. The Claverings. Smith, Elder, London (1867). 16 full-page plates by M. Ellen Edwards; 2 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. He Knew He Was Right. Strahan and Company, London (1869). 64 Illustrations (32 full-page engraved plates, 32 vignettes) by Marcus Stone; 2 volumes in first issue, 2nd issue bound in 1 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. He Knew He Was Right. Harper & Brothers (1869). Illustrated by Marcus Stone;

Trollope, Anthony. He Knew He Was Right. Fields, Osgood, & Co., Boston (1869). Serialized in 28 parts; in A Journal Of Choice Reading, Volume VI, July - December, 1868, and Volume VII, January - June, 1869; bound in 2 volumes; Also includes works from Charles Dickens, Julia Kavanagh, F.C. Burnund, Dora Greenwell, and Henry Kingsley

Trollope, Anthony. Phineas Finn. Strahan & Co., London (1869). 20 engraved plates by Millais; 2 volumes in 1; publishing taken over from Virtue & Co within same year

Trollope, Anthony. Phineas Finn. Virtue & Co., London (1869). 'The Irish Member'; 2 volumes; 20 engravings by J.E. Millais

Trollope, Anthony. An Editor's Tales. Strahan & Co., London (1870). Contents: The Turkish Bath, Mary Gresley, Josephine de Montmorenci, The Panjandrum, The Spotted Dog, Mrs.Brumby

Trollope, Anthony (ed). The Struggles of Brown, Jones and Robinson. Smith, Elder and Co., London (1870). 'By One of the Firm.'; 4 illustrations; reprinted from Cornhill magazine

Trollope, Anthony. The Vicar of Bullhampton. Bradbury, Evans, & Co., London (1870). 23 engraved plates, plus 11 text illustrations by H. Wood

Trollope, Anthony. The Vicar of Bullhampton. Harper & Bros., New York (1870). illustrated; unauthorized edition

Trollope, Anthony. Ralph the Heir. Harper & Bros., New York (1871). Illustrated by F.A. Fraser

Trollope, Anthony. Ralph the Heir. Strahan & Co, London (1871). Illustrated with 11 engravings by F.A. Fraser; first 1 volume edition

Trollope, Anthony. Ralph the Heir. Hurst and Blackett, London (1871). 3 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite. Hurst and Blackett,, London (1871).

Trollope, Anthony. Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite. Macmillan, New York (1871). 500 copies from the UK edition used for US distirbution

Trollope, Anthony. The Eustace Diamonds. Harper & Brothers, New York (1872). 1 volume US edition; unauthorized edition

Trollope, Anthony. The Golden Lion of Granpere. Harper & Brothers, New York (1872). Illustrated

Trollope, Anthony. The Golden Lion of Granpere. Tinsley, London (1872).

Trollope, Anthony. Australia and New Zealand. George Robertson, Melbourne (1873). 1 volume; Australian edition

Trollope, Anthony. Australia and New Zealand. Chapman & Hall, London (1873). 2 volumes; 8 coloured maps, 7 folding

Trollope, Anthony. Australia and New Zealand. Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig (1873). 3 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. The Eustace Diamonds. Chapman and Hall, London (1873). 3 volumes; UK edition

Trollope, Anthony. The Golden Lion of Granpere. Tinsley Brothers, London (1873). 2nd edition, 1st illustrated edition;

Trollope, Anthony. Harry Heathcote of Gangoil. Sampson Low,Marston Co Ltd., London (1874). 'A Tale of Australian Bush Life.'; illustrated with 6 full-page plates; first serialised in 'The Graphic' magazine

Trollope, Anthony. Lady Anna. Chapman and Hall, London (1874). 2 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. Phineas Redux. Chapman and Hall, London (1874). 24 wood engravings by Frank Holl; 2 volumes

Trollope Anthony. Phineas Redux. Harper & Bros., New York (1874).

Trollope, Anthony. Phineas Redux. George Routledge, London (1874). 24 wood engravings by Frank Holl; 2 volumes in 1

Trollope, Anthony. Phineas Redux. Albert Cohn, Berlin (1874). 3 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. The Way We Live Now. Chapman and Hall, London (1875). 40 plates by Lionel Fawkes; 2 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. The Way We Live Now. Harper & Bros., New York (1875). 40 plates by Lionel Fawkes

Trollope, Anthony. The Prime Minister. Chapman and Hall, London (1876). 4 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. The Prime Minister. Porter and Coates, Philadelphia (1876). 1 volume US edition

Trollope, Anthony. The Prime Minister. Chapman & Hall, London (1876). 8 volume set (monthly uniform installments), published before consolidated into the 4 volume set

Trollope, Anthony. The Prime Minister. Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig (1876).

Trollope, Anthony. The American Senator. Chapman and Hall, London (1877). 3 volume UK edition

Trollope, Anthony. The American Senator. Craig and Taylor, Detroit (1877). US hardcover edition

Trollope, Anthony. How the "Mastiffs" Went to Iceland. Virtue & Co, London (1878). 2 photographs and 14 b&w lithographed plates by Mrs. Hugh Blackburn

Trollope, Anthony. Is He Popenjoy?. Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig (1878). 3 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. Is He Popenjoy?. Chapman & Hall, London (1878). 3 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. South Africa. Chapman and Hall, London (1878). 4th edition; 2 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. An Eye for an Eye. Harper & Bros, New York (1879). US edition

Trollope, Anthony. An Eye for an Eye. Chapman and Hall, London (1879). 1 volume edition

Trollope, Anthony. An Eye for An Eye. Chapman and Hall, London (1879). 2 volume edition

Trollope, Anthony. John Caldigate. Chapman & Hall, London (1879). 3 volume edition and 1 volume edition made up of remainder sheets

Trollope, Anthony. Linda Tressel. William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London (1879). 2 volume edition and 2-in-1 volume from same sheets (Remaindered edition)

Trollope, Anthony. Nina Balatka. William Blackwood, Edinburgh (1879). The Story of a Maiden of Prague; 2 volumes in 1

Trollope, Anthony. Thackeray. Harper & Brothers, New York (1879). US edition; part of English Men of Letters series edited by John Morley

Trollope, Anthony. Thackeray. Macmillan and Co, London (1879). part of English Men of Letters series edited by John Morley

Trollope, Anthony. The Life of Cicero. Chapman and Hall, London (1880). 2 volumes; binding variants within edition:

Trollope Anthony. Ayala's Angel. Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig (1881). 3 volumes; Collection of British Authors edition

Trollope, Anthony. Ayala's Angel. Chapman and Hall, London (1881). 3 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. Dr Wortle's School. Chapman & Hall, London (1881). 2 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. The Life of Cicero. Harper & Bros., New York (1881). 2 volumes; US edition

Trollope, Anthony. Ayala's Angel. Chapman and Hall, London (1882). 3-volumes-in-1 edition

Trollope, Anthony. Kept in the Dark. Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig (1882). 1 volumes; Collection of British Authors edition

Trollope, Anthony. Kept in the Dark. Chatto & Windus, London (1882). Frontispiece by J.E. Millais; 2 volumes-in-1

Trollope, Anthony. Marion Fay. Harper & Brothers, New York (1882). US edition

Trollope, Anthony. Marion Fay. Chapman & Hall, London (1882). 3 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. Thackeray. Macmillan & Co., London (1882). Extra-illustrated edition with 45 plates (mostly portraits), 50 total illustrations

Trollope, Anthony. The Fixed Period. William Blackwood, Edinburgh (1882). 2 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. Why Frau Frohmann Raised Her Prices and Other Stories. Wm. Isbister, London (1882). Collection of 5 short stories: Why Frau Frohmann Raised Her Prices, "The Lady of Launay," "Christmas at Thompson Hall," "The Telegraph Girl" and "Alice Dugdale."; published in 2 volumes from 1-volume edition remaindered sheets

Trollope, Anthony. An Autobiography. William Blackwood And Sons, London (1883). Preface by Henry Trollope; 2 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. An Autobiography. Harper & Brothers, New York (1883). US edition

Trollope, Anthony. Mr. Scarborough's Family. Chatto and Windus, London (1883). 3 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. An Old Man's Love. Harper & Bros (1884). US edition

Trollope, Anthony. An Old Man's Love. Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig (1884). Collection of British Authors edition

Trollope, Anthony. An Old Man's Love. William Blackwood Sons, London (1884). 2 volumes

Trollope, Anthony. The Land Leaguers. Chatto & Windus, London (1884). 2nd edition

Trollope, Anthony. The Chronicles of Barsetshire. London: Chapman and Hall, 1887 (1887). A Novel About Journalists.'; 8 volumes: The Warden; Barchester Towers; Doctor Thorne; Framley Parsonage; The Small House at Allington; and The Last Chronicles of Barset.

Trollope, Anthony. The Chronicles of Barsetshire. Dodd, Mead (1892). 13 volumes on handmade paper; Limited edition of 250 numbered sets; contains: The Warden; Barchester Towers; Doctor Thorne; Framley Parsonage; The Small House at Allington; and The Last Chronicles of Barset.

Trollope, Anthony. The Writings of Anthony Trollope. Gebbie and Co, Philadelphia (1900). Royal edition: limited edition of 1250 numbered copies; 30 volumes; illustrated

Trollope, Anthony. The Noble Jilt. Constable & Co, London (1923). Preface by Michael Sadlier; Limited edition of 500 copies

Trollope, Anthony. The Barchester Novels. Robert Hayes Ltd, London (1925). Illustrated by John E. Millais, F.C. Tilney, H.L. Shindler, and George H. Thomas; 6 volumes: The Small House at Allington, The Warden, Barchester Towers, The Last Chronicle of Barset, Doctor Thorne, and Framley Parsonage

Trollope, Anthony. The Warden. Elkins Mathews & Marrot Ltd., London (1926). Original lithograph by Ethel Gabain %2B 8 other illustrations

Trollope, Anthony. The Barsetshire Novels. Shakespeare Head Press, Stratford-upon-Avon (1929). Edited by Michael Sadlier; Illustrated with photogravures by Charles S. Olcott; Shakespeare Head limited edition of 525 numbered sets (500 for sale); 14 volumes: Barchester Towers; Framley Parsonage; The Small House at Allington; The Warden; Dr. Thorne; The last chronicle of Barset; An Autobiography.

Trollope, Anthony. Barchester Towers. Limited Editions Club, New York (1958). Introduction by Angela Thirkel; hand coloured illustrations by Fritz Kredel; Limited edition of 1500 numbered copies, signed by illustrator

Trollope, Anthony. The Complete Novels. The Trollope Society, London (1990). 48 voulmes