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1901

Lewis, Z. Henry. The Hope of England. London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1901.

1899

Escott, T[homas] H[ay] S[treet](1844-1924). "How the House of Commons became a Cycling School" In A Trip to Paradoxia and Other Humours of the Hour. Being Contemporary Pictures of Social Fact and Political Fiction. London: Greening & Co., 1899.
Escott, T[homas] H[ay] S[treet](1844-1924). "How the 'House of Lords Question' Was Settled. A Tale of the Terrace or, Mrs. Ponsonby-Jones's Revenge" In A Trip to Paradoxia and Other Humours of the Hour. Being Contemporary Pictures of Social Fact and Political Fiction. London: Greening & Co., 1899.

1896

Thorne, Gerald. Heaven on Earth. New York: Lovell Brothers, 1896.
Graul, Rosa. "Hilda's Home: A Story of Woman's Emancipation" In Lucifer, the Light Bearer. Vol. ns 13.3 - 3rd ser. 1.48 (whole nos. 613 - 87) [except ns 13.24 - 26]., 1896.

1895

Tregear, Edward(1846-1931). Hedged With Divinities. Wellington, New Zealand: R. Coupland Harding, 1895.

1892

A'Beckett, Arthur [William](1844-1909). "He Visits an Adamless Eden" In The Member for Wrottenborough: Passages from His Life in Parliament, Edited by His "Alter ego", [pseud.]. London: Sampson Low, Marston, and Co., , 1892.

1891

[Barlow], [James William](1826-1913). History of a World of Immortals Without a God: Translated from an Unpublished Manuscript in the Library of a Continental University. Dublin, Ireland: William McGee, 1891.
Kelly, J. J.. "Home Rule (A Farce)" In Irish Varieties. I.--Life and Adventures of Charley Crofts--Anecdotes and Escapades (Cork in ’98). 2.--The Haps and Mishaps of an Irish Landlord. 3.--Major Dismal’s Runaway Duel. 4.--The Friar of Dunraven’s Musical Tribulations, With an Exercise for the French Horn (Mrs. McGrath). 5.--A Lesson To Lovers. 6. Home Rule (A Farce). Dublin, Ireland/New York/London: A.B. Harrison & Co./Anglo-American Publishing Co./Hansard Publishing Union, 1891.
Bigg, [Henry Robert] Heather(1853-1911). Human Republic. London: David Stott, 1891.

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