The Quaker City

Works

  • Philippe de Agramont (1842 July in Saturday Evening Post)
  • Adrian, the Neophyte (1843)
  • The Battle-Day of Germantown (1843)
  • Herbert Tracy; or, The Legend of the Black Rangers. A Romance of the Battle-field of Germantown (1844)
  • The Ladye Annabel; or, The Doom of the Poisoner. A Romance by an Unknown Author (1844)
  • The Quaker City; or, The monks of Monk Hall (anon., 1844) (full text page images at openlibrary.org)
  • Blanche of Brandywine (1846) (on-line text at Google Book Search)
  • The Nazarene; or, The last of Washington (1846)
  • The Rose of Wissahikon; or, The Fourth of July, 1776. A Romance, Embracing the Secret History of the Declaration of Independence (1847)
  • Washington and His Generals; or, Legends of the Revolution (1847) (on-line text at Google Book Search)
  • Legends of Mexico (1847)
  • Bel of Prairie Eden: A Romance of Mexico (1848)
  • Paul Ardenheim, the Monk of Wissahikon (1848)
  • Memoirs of a Preacher: A Revelation of the Church and the Home (1849)
  • The Man with the Mask: A Sequel to the Memoirs of a Preacher. A Revelation of the Church and the Home (1849)
  • Washington and His Men: A New Series of Legends of the Revolution (1850)
  • The Killers: A Narrative of Real Life in Philadelphia By a Member of the Philadelphia Bar (1850)
  • The author hero of the American revolution (n.d.)
  • The bank director’s son (1851)
  • Adonai, the pilgrim of eternity (1851)
  • Mysteries of the pulpit; or, A revelation of the Church and the home (1851)
  • Thomas Paine, author-soldier of the American Revolution (1852)
  • The Midnight Queen; or Leaves from New York Life (1853) (online page images at Wright American Fiction)
  • The Empire City; or, New York by night (1853)
  • New York: its upper ten and lower million (1854) (online page images at Wright American Fiction & on-line text at Google Book Search)
  • Eleanor; or, Slave catching in Philadelphia (1854)
  • The life and choice writings of George Lippard (1855)
  • The legends of the American revolution “1776” (1876) (full text at Pennsylvania digital bookshelf)

This content is from Wikipedia. GradeSaver is providing this content as a courtesy until we can offer a professionally written study guide by one of our staff editors. We do not consider this content professional or citable. Please use your discretion when relying on it.