|←Author Index: Br||Edward Bradley
English novelist and clergyman who wrote under the pen name "Cuthbert Bede, B.A.". Many of his works were illustrated by himself.
His most popular book was The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, on the experiences of an Oxford undergraduate. There was a sequel, Little Mr Bouncer and his friend Verdant Green. Tales of College Life (often bound with it), introduces the character of Mr Affable Canary. The celebrated illustrations to the Verdant Green books were the work of the author.— Excerpted from Edward Bradley (writer) on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
- The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green (1853?) Internet Archive, (1900, c. 1893) Project Gutenberg
- Part I: The adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, an Oxford freshman (1853)
- II: The further adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, an Oxford under-graduate (1854)
- III: Mr. Verdant Green Married and Done for, 1857 (1856)
- Mr. Verdant Green (includes Part I and II of The adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, 1898?) Internet Archive
- Little Mr. Bouncer; and Tales of College Life (1893):
- Motley. Prose and Verse: Grave and Gay (1855) Internet Archive
- The Shilling Book of Beauty, edited and illustrated by Cuthbert Bede (1856)
- Nearer and Dearer: A Tale out of School (1857). Illustrated by the author. novelette (transcription project)
- Fairy Fables (1858).
- Our New Rector, or, The Village of Norton (1861) Internet Archive
- The Curate of Cranston; With Other Prose and Verse (1862) Internet Archive
- The White Wife; with Other Stories, supernatural, romantic and legendary (1868) (transcription project)
- Argyll's Highlands, or, MacCailein Mor and the Lords of Lorne  (1902) Internet Archive (CC licence)
- Photographic Pleasures: popularly portrayed with pen and pencil (1855) Internet Archive
- "The folk-lore of a county parish" (1860).
- Glencreggan; or, A Highland home in Cantire (1861) Illustrated with chromolithographs and woodcuts on his drawings, by the author and
- A Tour in Tartan-land (1863)
- The Rook's Garden: essays and sketches (1865) Illustrated by the author Internet Archive
- Fotheringhay, and Mary, Queen of Scots.  (1886) Internet Archive
- Companion volume to The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green
- Full title: Argyll's Highlands, or, MacCailein Mor and the Lords of Lorne: with traditionary tales and legends of the County of Argyll and the Campbells and Macdonalds
- Full title: Fotheringhay, and Mary, Queen of Scots. Being an account, historical and descriptive, of Fotheringhay Castle, the last prison of Mary, Queen of Scots, and the scene of her trial and execution