|←Author Index: Ru||James Runciman
|English teacher, author and journalist.|
- The Romance of the Coast (1883)
- Grace Balmaign's Sweetheart (1885)
- Skippers and Shellbacks (1885)
- School Board Idylls (1887)
- Schools and Scholars (1887)
- The Chequers, being the Natural History of a Public House set forth in a Loafer's Diary (1888)
- A Dream of the North Sea (1889)
- Joints in our Social Armour (1890); reprinted as The Ethics of Drink and Social Questions, or Joints in our Social Armour (1892)
- Side Lights, with Memoir by Grant Allen, and Introduction by W. T. Stead edited by J. F. Runciman (1893)
- Among the North-Sea Trawlers (1888)
- “Runciman, James,” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.
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