Publisher: Sampson Low in 1877

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Titles published by Sampson Low in the year 1877:

  1. Louisa May Alcott.  Rose in Bloom: A Sequel to Eight Cousins.  1 vol.
  2. Louisa May Alcott.  Under the Lilacs.  1 vol.
  3. Anonymous.  Bride from the Rhineland.  3 vol.
  4. Anonymous.  Nettle Stings: or, Country Quarters: A Tale, by a Yorkshire Pen.  3 vol.
  5. Anonymous.  The Christmas Story-Teller: A Medley for the Festive Season of Turkey and Mince-pie; Pantomime and Plum-pudding; Smiles, Tears, and Frolic; Mummers, Ghosts, and Christmas-trees.  1 vol.
  6. Hannah Newton Baker.  Frank Carey: A Story of Victorian Life.  3 vol.
  7. P. T. Barnum.  Lion Jack: A Story of Perilous Adventures among Wild Men and the Capturing of Wild Beasts.  1 vol.
  8. Eliza Margaret von Booth.  Vivienne: A Novel.  3 vol.
  9. Harriette Bowra.  A Young Wife's Story.  3 vol.
  10. Léon Cahun.  The Blue Banner: or, The Adventures of a Mussulman, a Christian, and a Pagan, in the Time of the Crusades and Mongol Conquest.  1 vol.
  11. Edward Dutton Cook.  Doubleday's Children: A Novel.  3 vol.
  12. Oswald John Frederick Crawfurd.  Alix Fairford: A Novel.  2 vol.
  13. Alphonse Daudet.  My Brother Jack: or, The Story of What-d'ye-Call'em.  1 vol.
  14. Georg Moritz Ebers.  Uarda: A Romance of Ancient Egypt.  2 vol.
  15. Edward Gilliat.  Asylum Christi: A Story of the Dragonnades.  3 vol.
  16. Mary A. M. Hoppus.  Five-Chimney Farm: A Novel.  3 vol.
  17. Henry Johnston.  The Dawsons of Glenara: A Story of Scottish Life.  3 vol.
  18. William Clark Russell.  The Wreck of the "Grosvenor": An Account of the Mutiny of the Crew and the Loss of the Ship when Trying to Make the Bermudas.  3 vol.
  19. John Saunders.  Jasper Deane: Wood-carver of St. Paul's. A Tale.  1 vol.
  20. Bertha Thomas.  Proud Maisie.  3 vol.
  21. Robert Thynne.  For this Cause: A Novel.  3 vol.
  22. Jules Verne.  The Child of the Cavern: or, Strange Doings Underground.  1 vol.
  23. Jules Verne.  Michael Strogoff, the Courier of the Czar.  1 vol.

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