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British Immigration to the United States, 1776–1914
'an important addition to any immigration collection, offering new energy to the once-dormant field of British movement to the US. Highly Recommended.'
4 volume set: 1552pp: 2009
978 1 85196 976 0: 234x156mm: £350/$625
Discount price: £175.00/$312.50

Conduct Literature for Women, Part V, 1830–1900
This facsimile edition covers the whole of the Victorian period, bringing together a wide range of texts reflecting the rapidly changing role of women in an era when their cultural influence broadened as science, religious doubt, and the idea of the nation all evolved as systems of cultural representation. 
6 volume set: 2336pp: 2006
978 1 85196 805 3: 234x156mm: £495/$875
Discount price: £247.50/$437.50

The Unpublished Writings of Edith Wharton
'a superb contribution to primary resources.'
American Literary Scholarship
The Pickering Masters
2 volume set: 512pp: 2009
978 1 85196 897 8: 234x156mm: £195/$350
Discount price: £97.50/$175.00

The Journals of Thomas Babington Macaulay
This critical edition presents the lively and candid diary of Thomas Macaulay, Victorian statesman, historian and author of The History of England. Spanning the period 1838 to 1859, the journal is the longest work from Macaulay's pen to remain unpublished.
5 volume set: 2000pp: 2008
978 1 85196 903 6: 234x156mm: £450/$795
Discount price: £225.00/$397.50

Memoirs of Scandalous Women
These memoirs all come from women forced to live lives of impropriety, often after ill-treatment from unscrupulous men. Their tales of survival in the face of extreme hardship and privations make inspirational and compelling reading.
Chawton House Library: Women's Memoirs
5 volume set: 2272pp: 2011
978 1 85196 876 3: 234x156mm: £425/$750
Discount price: £212.50/$375.00

Newgate Narratives
In 1902, London’s Newgate Prison was demolished. The building was a cultural symbol, representing the evils of crime, and the problems of state punishment. This five-volume edition presents a representative body of Romantic and early Victorian crime literature.
5 volume set: 2368pp: 2008
978 1 85196 812 1: 234x156mm: £450/$795
Discount price: £225.00/$397.50

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