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PS3129 .V58 A83 [Info] Alice Wilde, the Raftman's Daughter: A Forest Romance (New York: Irwin P. Beadle and Co., c1860), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor (multiple formats at archive.org)
PS3129 .V58 B2 [Info] The Bad Boy at Home, and His Experiences in Trying to Become an Editor (New York: J. S. Ogilvie, c1885), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor
PS3129 .V58 B3 [Info] A Bad Boy's Diary (New York: J.S. Ogilvie and Co., c1880), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor (page images at HathiTrust)
PS3129 .V58 B4 [Info] The Blunders of a Bashful Man (New York: J. S. Ogilvie, c1881), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PS3129 .V58 C68 [Info] The Country Cousin (Beadle's Library of Choice Fiction #5; New York: Beadle and Co., c1864), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor (page images at Florida)
PS3129 .V58 D4 [Info] The Dead Letter: An American Romance (New York: Beadle and Co., 1867), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor (multiple formats at archive.org)
PS3129 .V58 D67 [Info] Dora Elmyr's Worst Enemy, or, Guilty, or Not Guilty; A Thorn in Her Heart (two novels published together, by Victor and Brame (published in the US as Bertha M. Clay), respectively; New York: Street and Smith, 1878), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor and Charlotte M. Brame (page images at HathiTrust)
PS3129 .V58 F24 [Info] Fashionable Dissipation (with "Adela Lincoln"; Philadelphia: G. G. Evans, 1858), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor, contrib. by M. F. Carey (multiple formats at archive.org)
PS3129 .V58 F54 [Info] The Figure Eight: or, The Mystery of Meredith Place (published under "Seeley Regester" pseudonym; New York: Beadle and Co., c1869), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor
PS3129 .V58 F7 [Info] Fresh Leaves From Western Woods (Buffalo: G. H. Derby and Co., 1852), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor (multiple formats at archive.org)
PS3129 .V58 M38 [Info] Maum Guinea, and Her Plantation "Children": or, Holiday-Week on a Louisiana Estate (New York and London: Beadle and Co., c1861), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor (page images at HathiTrust)
PS3129 .V58 M5 [Info] Miss Slimmens' Window, and Other Papers (New York: Derby and Jackson, 1859), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor (multiple formats at archive.org)
PS3129 .V58 M7 [Info] Mrs. Rasher's Curtain Lectures (New York: J. S. Ogilvie and Co., c1884), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor (page images at HathiTrust)
PS3129 .V58 P27 [Info] Passing the Portal: or, A Girl's Struggle (New York: G. W. Carleton and Co.; London: S. Low and Co., 1876), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor
PS3129 .V58 S4 1853 [Info] The Senator's Son: or, The Maine Law, a Last Refuge (second edition; Cleveland: Tooker and Gatchel, 1853), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor
PS3129 .V58 S4 1853a [Info] The Senator's Son: or, The Maine Law, a Last Refuge (third edition; Cleveland: Tooker and Gatchel, 1853), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor (multiple formats at archive.org)
PS3129 .V58 T66 [Info] Too True: A Story of To-Day (New York: G. P. Putnam Son, 1868), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor (page images at HathiTrust)
PS3129 .V58 T8 1865 [Info] The Two Hunters, or, The Cañon Camp: A Romance of the Santa Fe Trail (New York: Beadle and Co., c1865), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor
PS3129 .V58 U6 1862 [Info] The Unionist's Daughter: A Tale of the Rebellion in Tennessee (New York and London: Beadle and Co., c1862), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor (page images at HathiTrust)
PS3129 .V58 W33 [Info] A Week With the American Slaves (previously published as "Maum Guinea, and Her Plantation Children"; London: Beadle and Co., 1863), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor (page images at HathiTrust)
PS3129 .V58 W46 [Info] Who Owned the Jewels? or, The Heiress of the Sandal-Wood Chest (New York: Street and Smith, c1891), by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor (page images at HathiTrust)
PS3134 [Info] The First Christmas: From "Ben-Hur" (New York and London: Harper and Bros., 1902), by Lew Wallace, illust. by William Martin Johnson (multiple formats at Indiana)
PS3134 .B4 L5 [Info] Ben-Hur (in Lithuanian; Chicago: Turtu ir Spauda "Kataliko", 1912), by Lew Wallace, trans. by Jonas Montvila
PS3134 .B4 1880 [Info] Ben-Hur; A Tale of the Christ (New York: Harper and Bros., c1880), by Lew Wallace (multiple formats at Indiana)
PS3134 .B45 [Info] Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ, by Lew Wallace (Gutenberg text)

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