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W. H. Allen & Co.

Former publisher in London, United Kingdom


Listing of individual publications by title:


Eminent Women Series[edit]

The Eminent Women Series (some volumes titled Famous Women Series) was edited by John H. Ingram. All but one of the biographical volumes were themselves written by women.

  1. George Eliot by Mathilde Blind Yes check.svg Done
  2. Emily Brontë by A. Mary F. Robinson Yes check.svg Done
  3. George Sand by Bertha Thomas Yes check.svg Done
  4. Mary Lamb by Anne Gilchrist Yes check.svg Done
  5. Maria Edgeworth by Helen Zimmern (transcription project) To be Validated
  6. Margaret Fuller by Julia Ward Howe (transcription project) To be Validated
  7. Elizabeth Fry by Emma Raymond Pitman (transcription project) In Progress
    1. Second Edition (start transcription)
  8. Countess of Albany by Vernon Lee (transcription project)
  9. Harriet Martineau by Florence Fenwick Miller (transcription project)
  10. Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin by Elizabeth Robins Pennell Yes check.svg Done
  11. Rachel by Nina H. Kennard (transcription project) To be Validated
  12. Madame Roland by Mathilde Blind (transcription project) To be Validated
  13. Susanna Wesley by Eliza Clarke (transcription project) In Progress
  14. Elizabeth Barrett Browning, by John Henry Ingram Yes check.svg Done
  15. Margaret of Angoulême, Queen of Navarre by Mary Robinson (transcription project) To be validated
  16. Madame de Staël by Bella Duffy (transcription project) To be Validated
  17. Mrs. Siddons by Nina Kennard
    1. British Edition (transcription project)
  18. Hannah More by Charlotte Mary Yonge To be Validated
    1. British Edition (transcription project)
  19. Mary Shelley by Lucy Madox Brown Rossetti (transcription project) To be Validated
  20. Life of Her Majesty Queen Victoria by Millicent Garrett Fawcett
  21. Jane Austen by Mrs. Charles Malden (transcription project) To be Validated
  22. Saint Theresa of Avila by Mrs. Bradley Gilman
  23. Adelaide Ristori by Adelaide Ristori