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The titles in the following bibliography have been taken from Monika Brown’s “Historical Novels Noted in the British Press, 1830-70.” If you have any additional suggestions please contact the webmaster. — George P. Landow
[Butt, Isaac]. The Gap of Barnesmere: A Tale of the Irish Highlands and the Revolution of 1688. 3 vols. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1848.
Canning, Alfred. Kinkora: An Irish Story. 2 vols. London: Chapman & Hall, 1865.
Carleton, William. The Black Prophet: A Tale of the Irish Famine. London: Simms & McIntyre, 1847.
_________. The Tithe Proctor: A Novel: Being a Tale of the Tithe Rebellion. London: Simms & McIntyre, 1849.
_________. Willie Reilly and His Dear Colleen Bawn: A Tale Founded on Fact. London: Hope & Co., 1855.
_________. Redmond, Count O’Hanlon, the Irish Rapparee; An Historical Tale. Dublin: James Duffy, 1862.
Hall, Anna Maria Fielding. The Whiteboy: A Story of Ireland in 1822. 2 vols. London: Chapman & Hall, 1845.
Lever, Charles. Charles O'Malley, The Irish Dragoon. 2 vols. London: W. S. Orr & Co. and Edinburgh; Frazer & Crawford, 1841.
McHenry, Janies. The Hearts of Steel: An Irish Historical Tale of the Eighteenth Century. Belfast: Henderson, 1855.
O'Neill, William J. Hugh Talbot: A Tale of the Irish Confiscations of the Seventeenth Century. London: Dolman, 1846.
[Walshe, Elizabeth Hely]. Golden Hills: A Tale of the Irish Famine. London: Religious Tract Society, 1865.
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