- Frontispiece (published in serial with the last number in July 1844)
- Vignette Title-Page: A New Pupil (published in serial with the last number), Chapter 2 (July 1844)
- 1. I. A. Meekness of Mr. Pecksniff and His Charming Daughters (January 1843), Chapter 2
- 2. I. B. Martin Chuzzlewit Suspects The Landlady Without Any Reason (January 1843), Chapter 3
- 3. II. A. Pleasant Little Family Party at Mr. Pecksniff's (February 1843), Chapter 4
- 4. II. B. Pinch Starts Homeward with The New Pupil (February 1843), Chapter 5
- 5. III. A. Mr. Pinch and The New Pupil on a Social Occasion (March 1843), Ch. 6
- 6. III. B. Mark Begins to be Jolly Under Creditable Circumstances (March 1843), Chapter 7
- 7. IV. A. Mrs. Todgers and The Pecksniffs Call Upon Miss Pinch (April 1843), Chapter 9
- 8. IV. B. Truth Prevails, and Virtue is Triumphant (April 1843), Chapter 10
- 9. V. A. Mr. Jonas Chuzzlewit Entertains his Cousins (May 1843), Chapter 11
- 10. V. B. Mr. Pecksniff Renounces the Deceiver (May 1843), Chapter 12
- 11. VI. A. Martin Meets an Acquaintance at the House of a Mutual Relation (June 1843), Chapter 13
- 12. VI. B. Mr. Tapley Acts Third Party With Great Discretion (June 1843), Chapter 14
- 13. VII. A. Mr. Jefferson Brick Proposes an Appropriate Sentiment (July 1843), Chapter 16
- 14. VII. B. Mr. Tapley Succeeds in Finding a Jolly Subject for Contemplation (July 1843), Chapter 17
- 15. VIII. A. The Dissolution of a Partnership (August 1843), Chapter 18
- 16. VIII. B. Mr. Pecksniff on his Mission (August 1843), Chapter 19
- 17. IX. A. The Thriving City of Eden as it Appeared on Paper (September 1843), Chapter 21
- 18. IX. B. The Thriving City of Eden as it Appeared in Fact (September 1843), Chapter 23
- 19. X. A. Balm for the Wounded Orphan (October 1843), Chapter 24
- 20. X. B. Mrs. Gamp Has Her Eye on the Future (October 1843), Chapter 26
- 21. XI. A. The Board (November 1843), Chapter 27
- 22. XI. B. Easy Shaving (November 1843), Chapter 29
- 23. XII A. Mr. Pecksniff Discharges a Duty Which He Owes to Society (December 1843), Chapter 31
- 24. XII. B. Mr. Moddle is Both Particular and Peculiar in his Attentions (December 1843), Chapter 32
- 25. XIII. A. Mr. Tapley is Recognised by Some Fellow-Citizens of Eden (January 1844), Chapter 33
- 26. XIII. B. Martin is Much Gratified by an Imposing Ceremony (January 1844), Chapter 35
- 27. XIV. A. Mr. Pinch Departs to Seek His Fortune (February 1844), Chapter 36
- 28. XIV. B. Mr. Nadgett Breathes, as Usual, an Atmosphere of Mystery (February 1844), Chapter 38
- 29. XV. A. Mr. Pinch and Ruth Unconscious of a Visitor (March 1844), Chapter 39
- 30. XV. B. Mysterious Installation of Mr. Pinch (March 1844), Chapter 39
- 31. XVI. A. Mr. Jonas Exhibits his Presence of Mind (April 1844), Chapter 42
- 32. XVI. B. Mr. Pecksniff Announces Himself as the Shield of Virtue (April 1844), Chapter 43
- 33. XVII. A. Mr. Moddle is Led to the Contemplation of his Destiny (May 1844), Chapter 46
- 34. XVII. B. Mrs. Gamp Makes Tea (May 1844), Chapter 46
- 35. XVIII. A. Mrs. Gamp Propoges a Toast (June 1844), Chapter 49
- 36. XVIII. B. Mr. Pinch is Amazed by an Unexpected Apparition (June 1844), Chapter 50
- 37. XIX-XX. Warm Reception of Mr. Pecksniff by His Venerable Friend (July 1844), Chapter 52
- 38. XIX-XX. The Nuptials of Miss Pecksniff receive a temporary check (July 1844), Chapter 54
- 38. XIX-XX. The title-pages, plain and engraved (July 1844)
- 40. I.-XIX & XX. Wrapper design by "Phiz" No. IV, monthly instalment for April 1843.
Plates: 38 illustrations, frontispiece, and vignette title-page. Each illustration was etched in duplicate or in triplicate, with differences in detail. No distinction between different states was made when binding up partys or volume. [Cardwell, "Descriptive List of Editions 1843-1867," lxi]
- "Taking The Wrappers Off" — A Brief Overview of the Covers for the Monthly Serials Published by Charles Dickens, April 1836 to September 1870
- The American Plates, Parts Seven and Nine: Appearance Versus Reality, Expectation versus Fulfillment
- Tom Pinch, The Chaotic Library, and Pecksniff's Comeuppance: Comparing Illustrations by Phiz and Fred Barnard
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- Illustrations by Sol Eytinge, Jr. (16 plates from the Ticknor and Fields' Diamond Edition of 1867)
- Fred Barnard (60 plates from the Chapman and Hall Household Edition of 1872)
- Clayton J. Clarke (five studies from three sources, 1910)
- Harry Furniss (twenty-eight lithographs for the Charles Dickens Library Edition, 1910)
Allingham, Philip V. "Phiz Illustrations, Parts One through Four." The Dickens Magazine: Martin Chuzzlewit. Series 5. Haslemere, England: Euromed Publications, 2008-2009.
Cohen, Jane Rabb. Charles Dickens and His Original Illustrators. Columbus: Ohio State U. P., 1980.
Dickens, Charles. The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. Illustrated by Phiz (Hablot Knight Browne). London: Chapman and Hall, 1844.
Dickens, Charles. The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. Illustrated by Fred Barnard. The Household Edition. London: Chapman and Hall, 1872.
Dickens, Charles. The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. Edited by Andrew Lang. Illustrated by Phiz (Hablot Knight Browne). The Gadshill Edition: 34 volumes. London: Chapman and Hall; New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1897. 2 vols.
Dickens, Charles. The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. Edited by Margaret Cardwell. Illustrated by Phiz (Hablot Knight Browne). The Clarendon Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1982.
Lester, Valerie Browne. Phiz: The Man Who Drew Dickens. London: Chatto and Windus, 2004.
Monod, Sylvère. "External and Additional Material." Martin Chuzzlewit. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1985. Pp. 173-185.
Steig, Michael. "From Caricature to Progress: Master Humphrey's Clock and Martin Chuzzlewit." Ch. 3, Dickens and Phiz. Bloomington & London: Indiana U.P., 1978. Pp. 51-85.
_____. "Martin Chuzzlewit's Progress by Dickens and Phiz." Dickens Studies Annual, 2 (1972): 119-149.
Vann, J. Don. "Martin Chuzzlewit, twenty parts in nineteen monthly installments, January 1843 — July 1844." New York: Modern Language Association, 1985. Pp. 66-67.
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