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George Bell and Sons
Class
Publisher, United Kingdom, Founded in 1839


Publications[edit]

Purchased Bohn's Libraries from Henry G. Bohn in 1864.

Bohn's Antiquarian Library[edit]

Title Author(s) Translator Year Location Notes
Gesta Romanorum (transcription project) Unknown Charles Swan 1905 London Edited and corrected by Wynnard Hooper
Chronicles of the Crusades Richard of Devizes, Geoffrey de Vinsauf, Lord John de Joinville John Allen Giles, "a classical scholar and a gentleman well read in Mediæval history", Thomas Johnes 1908 London New Edition
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle Unknown John Allen Giles 1914 London New Edition

Bohn's Classical Library[edit]

Title Author(s) Translator Year Location Notes
The Dramas of Aeschylus Aeschylus Anna Swanwick 1886 London Fourth edition. First edition published 1865.
The Plays of Euripides Euripides Edward Philip Coleridge 1891 London 1910 reprinting of volume 1 and 1913 reprinting of volume 2.
The Odyssey of Homer (transcription project) Homer Theodore William Alois Buckley 1902 London Originally Published 1853.

Bohn's Philosophical Library[edit]

Title Author(s) Translator Year Location Notes
The Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science Immanuel Kant Ernest Belfort Bax 1883 London Revised edition.
On the Fourfold Root of the Principle of Sufficient Reason, and On the Will in Nature Arthur Schopenhauer Jessie Hillebrand 1903 London Revised edition.

Bohn's Standard Library[edit]

Title Author(s) Translator Year Location Notes
The Exemplary Novels of Cervantes Miguel de Cervantes Walter Keating Kelly 1881 London
Grimm's Household Tales Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm Margaret Raine Hunt 1884 London
The Prose Tales of Alexander Poushkin Alexander Poushkin Thomas Keane 1894 London 1916 reprinting.

Publisher's Marks[edit]

These are the known publishers' marks used by George Bell and Sons: