Author:John Cassell

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John Cassell
(1817–1865)
British publisher, printer, writer and editor
John Cassell

Works[edit]

  • The Story of the House of Cassell (1922) (start transcription)
  • Cassell's illustrated Shakespeare (external scan)
    The plays of Shakespeare, ed. and annotated by C. and M.C. Clarke, illustr. by H.C. Selous
  • Cassell's Illustrated History of England (Vols. I-IX )
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    • Volume 1: From the earliest period to the reign of Edward the Fourth
    • Volume 2: From the reign of Edward the Fourth to the death of Queen Elizabeth
    • Volume 3: From the accession of James I. to the revolution of 1688
    • Volume 4: From the accession of William III. to the death of George II.(start transcription)
    • Volume 5: From the accession of George III. to the French Revolution (July, 1792) (start transcription)
    • Volume 6: From the French Revolution (July, 1792) to the death of George III. (start transcription)
    • Volume 7: From the Accession of George IV. to the Irish Famine, 1847 (start transcription)
    • Volume 8: From the Overthrow of Louis Philippe to the Affair of the "Trent" (start transcription)
    • Volume 9: From the death of the Prince Consort to the Geneva Convention (start transcription)


Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.