Publisher: Sampson Low in 1875

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Titles published by Sampson Low in the year 1875:

  1. Louisa May Alcott.  Beginning Again: Being a Continuation of Work: A Story of Experience.  1 vol.
  2. Louisa May Alcott.  Eight Cousins: or, The Aunt-Hill.  1 vol.
  3. John Amphlett.  Warnton Kings.  1 vol.
  4. Anonymous.  Miss Honeywood's Lovers.  2 vol.
  5. Alfred Assollant.  The Fantastic History of the Celebrated Pierrot: Written by the Magician Alcofribas, and Translated from the Sogdian.  1 vol.
  6. William Black.  Three Feathers.  3 vol.
  7. Richard Doddridge Blackmore.  Alice Lorraine: A Tale of the South Downs.  3 vol.
  8. Colin Rae Brown.  Edith Dewar: or, Glimpses of Scottish Life and Manners in the Nineteenth Century.  3 vol.
  9. Edward Dutton Cook.  The Banns of Marriage.  2 vol.
  10. Oswald John Frederick Crawfurd.  The Fool of the Family, and Other Tales.  2 vol.
  11. N. D'Anvers.  Robert's Holidays.  1 vol.
  12. Julie Gouraud.  The Two Children of St. Domingo.  1 vol.
  13. Julie Gouraud.  The Four Gold Pieces: A Story of Normandy.  1 vol.
  14. Mary Healy.  Out of the World: A Novel.  3 vol.
  15. Margaret Hunt.  This Indenture Witnesseth.  3 vol.
  16. Helen Maria Hunt Jackson.  Draxy Miller's Dowry, and the Elder's Wife.  1 vol.
  17. Laura M. Lane.  Gentleman Verschoyle: A Novel.  3 vol.
  18. Katharine Sarah Macquoid.  Diane: A Norman Story.  2 vol.
  19. Charles Welsh Mason.  The Rape of the Gamp: or, Won at Last. A Novel.  3 vol.
  20. Catherine Emily Blanche Randolph.  Clarice Adair.  3 vol.
  21. William Clark Russell.  Jilted!: Or, My Uncle's Scheme. A Novel.  3 vol.
  22. William Clark Russell.  John Holdsworth, Chief Mate: A Story.  3 vol.
  23. Jules Verne.  The Mysterious Island: Dropped from the Clouds.  1 vol.
  24. Jules Verne.  The Mysterious Island: Abandoned.  1 vol.
  25. Jules Verne.  The Mysterious Island: The Secret of the Island.  1 vol.
  26. Jules Verne.  The Survivors of the Chancellor: Diary of J. R. Kazallon, Passenger.  1 vol.

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