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Macmillan and Company
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Also known as: The Macmillan Company, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, The Macmillan Group (in United States). The Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd. (in Canada), Macmillan and Co. Limited in Commonwealth (Australia, India, United Kingdom etc.)

International publishing company founded in 1843.

Publications[edit]

Title Author(s) Translator Year Location Notes
The Philosophy of Training A. R. Craig 1843 London The first book published by Macmillan
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1866) Lewis Carroll 1866 London
The Elements of Euclid Isaac Todhunter 1872 London (transcription project)
Female suffrage Goldwin Smith 1875 London
Alexander Pope Stephen Leslie 1880 London (transcription project)
Fielding Henry Austin Dobson 1883 London Reprinted, 1907
European Butterflies William Francis de Vismes Kane 1885 London (transcription project)
Stories Revived, vol. 1, 2, 3 Henry James 1885 London vol. 1 (transcription project), 2 (transcription project), 3 (transcription project)
The Kernel and the Husk Edwin Abbott Abbott 1886 London
Aphorisms John Morley 1887 London
New York
The Recluse William Wordsworth 1888 London
New York
Darwinism Alfred Russel Wallace 1889 London
New York
On the Sublime Longinus Herbert Lord Havell 1890 London
New York
The Economic Journal Francis Ysidro Edgeworth 1891 London (transcription project)
New York
The Library Andrew Lang 1892 London
New York
A History of Mathematics Florian Cajori 1893 New York
London
Old Melbourne Memories Thomas Alexander Browne 1896 London
New York
Machiavelli John Morley 1897
The Works of Xenophon, Vol. III Part II Xenophon Henry Graham Dakyns 1897 (transcription project)
A Dictionary of Music and Musicians George Grove 1900 Four volume set
Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve 1903 London (transcription project)
Gonzalez Lodge
Highways and Byways in Sussex Edward Verrall Lucas 1904
The Stolen Bacillus and Other Incidents Herbert George Wells 1904
Lectures on Modern History John Acton 1906
A System of Applied Optics Harold Dennis Taylor 1906 (transcription project)
Is Mars habitable? Alfred Russel Wallace 1907
Highways and Byways in Lincolnshire Willingham Franklin Rawnsley 1907 (transcription project)
History of Freedom and Other Essays John Acton 1907 (transcription project)
The letters of Martin Luther Margaret A. Currie 1908
A Lecture on the Study of History John Acton 1911 (transcription project)
Wages in the United States 1908–1910 Scott Nearing 1911 New York
The Mediaeval Mind Henry Osborn Taylor 1911
The Amazing Emperor Heliogabalus John Stuart Hay 1912
Socialism As It Is: a survey of the world-wide revolutionary movement William English Walling 1912 New York
American Syndicalism: the I.W.W. John Graham Brooks 1913
Life of Octavia Hill Octavia Hill 1913
The Statesman's Year Book for 1913 John Scott Keltie 1913
Gitanjali Rabindranath Tagore 1913
An Introduction to Ethics. For Training Colleges. G. A. Johnston 1915 London
One Hundred Poems Kabir Rabindranath Tagore 1915 London (transcription project)
Democracy and Education John Dewey 1916
Herschel Hector Macpherson 1919
Flame and Shadow Sara Teasdale 1920
Kepler Walter William Bryant 1920
The Statesman's Year Book for 1921 John Scott Keltie 1921
The Poetics Aristotle Samuel Henry Butcher 1922
Military Operations, France and Belgium, 1914 James Edward Edmonds 1937

Publishers marks[edit]

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