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PR4809 .H94 M6 [Info] Molly Bawn (New York: Hurst and Co., n.d.), by The Duchess (Gutenberg text and page images)
PR4809 .H94 O55 [Info] Only an Irish Girl (New York: Prudential Book Co., n.d.), by The Duchess (Gutenberg text)
PR4809 .H94 P27 [Info] A Passive Crime, and Other Stories (copyright edition; Leipzig: B. Tauchnitz, 1885), by The Duchess
PR4809 .H94 P67 [Info] Portia: or, By Passions Rocked (New York and Chicago: Butler Bros., n.d.), by The Duchess (Gutenberg text)
PR4809 .H94 P7 1895 [Info] The Professor's Experiment (3 volumes; London: Chatto and Windus, 1895), by The Duchess
PR4809 .H94 P7 1895a [Info] The Professor's Experiment (New York: R. F. Fenno and Co., c1895), by The Duchess
PR4809 .H94 R6 [Info] Rossmoyne (New York and Chicago: Butler Bros., n.d.), by The Duchess (Gutenberg text)
PR4809 .H95 G6 [Info] The Governess (London: Chatto and Windus, 1912), by Mrs. Alfred William Hunt and Violet Hunt, contrib. by Ford Madox Ford (page images at HathiTrust)
PR4812 .E6 1859 [Info] Essays and Miscellanies, Selected From The Indicator and Companion (New York: Derby and Jackson, 1859), by Leigh Hunt (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR4812 .R43 [Info] The Rebelllion of the Beasts: or, The Ass is Dead! Long Live the Ass!!! (attributed to Hunt, dedication signed by "John Pimplico"; London: J. and L. Hunt, 1825), contrib. by Leigh Hunt (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR4813 .A3 1860 [Info] The Autobiography of Leigh Hunt (new edition, revised by the author and his son; London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1860), by Leigh Hunt and Thornton Leigh Hunt
PR4813 .A51 1816 [Info] An Address to That Quarterly Reviewer Who Touched Upon Mr. Leigh Hunt's "Story of Rimini" (London: R. Jennings, 1816), by Charles Cowden Clarke (HTML with commentary at vt.edu)
PR4817 .H35 [Info] The Ghost Ship: A Mystery of the Sea, by John C. Hutcheson, illust. by Henry Austin
PR4817 .H5 A17 1804 [Info] Poems: Chiefly Tales (London: J. Nichols and Son, etc al., 1804), by William Hutton (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR4817 .H5 E3 [Info] Edgar and Elfrida: or, The Power of Beauty, by William Hutton (multiple formats at Google)
PR4817.H5 Z5 [Info] The Life of William Hutton, F.A.S.S.: Including a Particular Account of the Riots at Birmingham in 1791; To Which is Subjoined the History of His Family (London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy; Birmingham: Beilby and Knotts, 1816), by William Hutton, contrib. by Catherine Hutton
PR4819 .A1 1866 [Info] Poems (Boston: Roberts Bros., 1866), by Jean Ingelow (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA)
PR4819 .A1 1872 [Info] The Complete Poems of Jean Ingelow (Toronto: Russell Wilkinson, 1872), by Jean Ingelow (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR4819 .A1 1876 [Info] The Complete Poems of Jean Ingelow (Boston: Roberts Bros., 1876), by Jean Ingelow (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA)
PR4819 .A1 1877 [Info] Poems (first series, 20th edition; London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1877), by Jean Ingelow (HTML in the UK)
PR4819 .A1 1896 [Info] Poems (2-volume author's complete edition; Boston: Roberts Bros., 1896), by Jean Ingelow
PR4819 .A15 [Info] A Sister's Bye-Hours, by Jean Ingelow (illustrated HTML in the UK)
PR4819 .A15 [Info] Stories Told to a Child, by Jean Ingelow (illustrated HTML in the UK)
PR4819 .A65 1871 [Info] The Monitions of the Unseen, and Poems of Love and Childhood (Boston: Roberts Bros., 1871), by Jean Ingelow (page images at MOA)
PR4819 .A66 [Info] The Monitions of the Unseen, and Poems of Love and Childhood (from the Poetical Works of Jean Ingelow), by Jean Ingelow (HTML in the UK)

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