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|←Author Index: Ma||Charles Macfarlane
- Constantinople in 1828: a residence of sixteen months in the Turkish capital and provinces: with an account of the present state of the naval and military power, and of the resources of the Ottoman empire (1828)
- The Armenians, a Tale of Constantinople (1830), in 3 vols.
- Barba Yorghi (or Uncle George), the Greek Pilot, in 'The Sisters' Budget', vol. i.(1831)
- The Romance of History; Italy (1832), in 3 vols.
- The Seven Apocalyptic Churches (1832)
- The Lives and Exploits of Banditti and Robbers in all parts of the World (1833), in 2 vols.
- The Book of Table-Talk (1836), in 2 vols.
- Pictorial history of England during the reign of George The Third: being a history of the people, as well as a history of the Kingdom (1841), in 4 vols. Co-authored with George Lillie Craik and others
- The French Revolution (1844–5), in 4 vols.
- Our Indian Empire (1844)
- The Camp of Refuge (1844) (anon.), in 2 vols.
- A Legend of Reading Abbey (1844) (anon.)
- The Dutch in the Medway (1845) (anon.)
- The Romance of Travel; the East (1846–7), in 2 vols.
- Popular Customs, Sports, and Recollections of the South of Italy (1846)
- A Glance at Revolutionized Italy (1849), in 2 vols.
- Sicily, her Constitutions, and Viscount Palmerston's Sicilian Blue-Book (1849), an appendix to the above.
- Turkey and its Destiny (1850), in 2 vols.
- The Neapolitan Government and Mr. Gladstone (1851)
- A Memoir of the Duke of Wellington (1852)
- A History of British India (1852)
- Japan, an account Geographical and Historical … With Illustrations from Designs by A. Allom (1852)
- The Catacombs of Rome, with Illustrations (1852)
- A Life of Marlborough, in four books (1852)
- The Great Battles of the British Army (1853)
- Kismet, or the Doom of Turkey (1853)
- The Camp of 1853, with Hints on Military Matters for Civilians (1853)
- Patriots of China (1853)
- The Chinese Revolution, with details of the Habits, Manners, and Customs of China and the Chinese (1853)
- Two French Artists in Spain (1851), by Adolphe Desbarolles
Works about Macfarlane