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  1. The Reader
    The Author of Uncle Tom: Some Centenary Notes
    The Bookman (U.K.), September 1911, pp. 241-245
  2. The Autolycus of the Bookstalls (1902)
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    A Beneficient Revolutionary (Review)
    Today and Tomorrow, by Henry Ford and Samuel Crowther
    1. Today and Tomorrow by Henry Ford and Samuel Crowther
    The Bookman (U.K.), October 1926, p. 42
  4. The Big Book of Fables (1912)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  5. The Big Book of Nursery Rhymes (1903)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  6. Bon-Mots of the Eighteenth Century (1893)
    2 Reviews, 2 Readable
  7. A Book of Famous Wits (1912)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  8. The Book of Living Poets (1907)
  9. "Bozmarsh"
    A Remarkable Literary Discover
    The Bookman, January 1913, pp. 507-508
  10. A Century of Parody and Imitation (1913)
    1 Review
  11. The Danube (1911)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  12. Douglas Jerrold and 'Punch' (1910)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  13. Earl Kitchener of Khartoum (1916)
  14. Epigrams: Wit and Wisdom in Brief (1926)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  15. The Essays of Douglas Jerrold (1903)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  16. Folkestone and Dover (1920)
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    Fun and Humour (2 Reviews)
    Fun on the Veld, by Leonard Flemming
    1. Fun on the Veld by Leonard Flemming
    2. Twenty-Seven Humorous Tales by C.A. Dawson Scott and Ernest Rhys
    The Bookman (U.K.), December 1926, p. 187
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    George Eliot As Letter-Writer (Review)
    The Letters of George Eliot, by R. Brimley Johnson and George Eliot
    1. The Letters of George Eliot by R. Brimley Johnson and George Eliot
    The Bookman (U.K.), November 1926, p. 129
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    Good Gossip (Review)
    Under Five Reigns, by Lady Dorothy Nevill
    1. Under Five Reigns by Lady Dorothy Nevill
    The Bookman (U.K.), January 1911, p. 193
  20. Henry VIII and His Wives (1926)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  21. Highways and Byways in Kent (1907)
  22. Hugh Thomson (1931)
    His Art, His Letters, His Humour and His Charm
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  23. Lord Roberts of Kandahar, V.c (1900)
  24. A New Found Poem of Oliver Goldsmith's
    The Bookman, November 1914, p. 253
  25. Norwich and the Broads (1910)
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    On Dartymoor (Review)
    Demeter's Daughter, by Eden Phillpotts
    1. Demeter's Daughter by Eden Phillpotts
    The Bookman (U.K.), April 1911, p. 49
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    Picaresque (Review)
    Brazenhead the Great, by Maurice Hewlett
    1. Brazenhead the Great by Maurice Hewlett
    The Bookman (U.K.), May 1911, p. 89
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    The Poet in Motley (2 Reviews)
    This Funny World, by F. Raymond Coulson
    1. This Funny World by F. Raymond Coulson
    2. Shavings by Frank Richardson
    The Bookman (U.K.), July 1911, p. 181
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    Post-War People (2 Reviews)
    The Young Anarchy, by Philip Gibbs
    1. The Young Anarchy by Philip Gibbs
    2. Sack and Sugar by Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick
    The Bookman (U.K.), January 1927, p. 238
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    Reality and Romance (4 Reviews)
    Bellarion the Fortunate, by Rafael Sabatini
    1. Bellarion the Fortunate by Rafael Sabatini
    2. The Exquisite Perdita by E. Barrington
    3. The Giant by Bernard Hamilton
    4. The High Adventure by Jeffery Farnol
    The Bookman (U.K.), October 1926, p. 33
  31. The Reign of King Oberon (1902)
  32. Surrey (1901)
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  33. Two New Whittier Poems
    The Bookman, October 1912, pp. 155-157
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    The Way of a Butler (Review)
    Samuel Butler and His Family Relations, by Martha R. Garnett
    1. Samuel Butler and His Family Relations by Martha R. Garnett
    The Bookman (U.K.), March 1927, p. 325
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