This list is not quite exhaustive.
But it certainly covers the books most frequently found or alluded to.
a fuller but still incomplete
Battiscombe, Georgina and Laski, Marghanita (eds.)
A Chaplet for Charlotte Yonge, pp 204-216
(London: Cresset Press, 1965)
or, Self-Control and Self-Conceit (1844)
at Rockstone (1888)
Caged Lion (1868-9, 1870)
Daisy Chain, or, Aspirations (1856)
Eighteen Centuries of Beginnings of Church History (1876)
The Girl's Little Book (1893)
of History I. Ancient History from the Earliest Times to the Mahometan
Leonard the Lion-Heart (1856)
Bonum, or, Mother Carey's Brood (1879)
Parallel History of France and England, consisting of Outlines and Dates
Questions on the Catechism (date ?)
Railroad Children (1849)
Teachings on the Catechism: for the little ones (1887)
Victorian Half-Century: A Jubilee Book (1886, 1887)
Forewords and prefaces by Charlotte Yonge
Dust: A Collection of Golden Counsels for the Sanctification of Daily
Guy Mannering by Sir Walter Scott.
History of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa, 1859-1896 (1897)
of the Lady Beatrix Graham : sister of the Marquis of Montrose
Quentin Durward by Sir Walter Scott.
Sermons, by George Collyer Harris
and his companions (1896)
Spring Buds: counsels for the young.
Whispers of Love and Wisdom (1882)
Works by multiple authors including Charlotte Yonge
a tale of a country town.
The Child's Christian year : Hymns
for every Sunday and Holy Day.
Miz Maze, or the Winkworth Puzzle: a story in letters
players : a harmony of contrasts
Translations by Charlotte Yonge
Behind the Hedges, or, War in the
of Aragon and the Sources of the English Reformation
of High Estate
Life and Adventures of Count Beugnot,
Minister of State under Napoleon I
Man of Other Days. Recollections of the Marquis Henry Joseph Costa de
Thérèse de Lamourous, foundress of the House of La Misericorde,
at Bordeaux : a biography
of Marshal Bugeaud
population of an old pear-tree; or, Stories of insect life
of Colonel de Gonville
Recollections of a Page at the Court of Louis XVI.
of Light for every day
Youth of Queen Elizabeth, 1533-1558
Two Years of School Life
by Madame Élise Françoise L. de Pressensé
(London, Frederick Warne and Co. 1869)
Edited by Charlotte Yonge
Victoria Tales and Stories series. Edited by the author of The Heir
A series stories published as short pamphets of 16 pages, and priced
at 1 penny per pamphlet.
Titles in this series include the following click on the links
below to see and read specific stories in Florida University Library
Dream  »
Click here for more on Ella's
The Monthly Packet (April 1871), 418, recommended Mrs Filby's Maria and
Silvertongue from the same series. The former is referred to in a letter
by CMY and may be by her correspondent Anne Mercier. Although neither
of the latter has a separate entry in either COPAC or WorldCat, Cambridge
University Library holds a group catalogued as 'Victoria Tales and Stories,
Packet F', 12 volumes in paper wrapper, which consist of: A bit of fun,
Cloudland, Found in the fog, Hasty Harry, Lost on the line, The flax gatherers,
Wax matches and wooden ones, The old bottle,
It also holds a similar 'Packet N', consisting of Alice's watch, Carrie's two victories, Ella's dream, The old schoolroom piano, The knight of the feathery sword, A girl's adventure, To-morrow, The virtue of patience, Lost in the Lebanon, Henry's snow-shoes, Mary, Mary, quite contrary and Summer arithmeti
Beneath the Cross: Readings for Children in Our Lord's
Chips from the Royal Image: Being Fragments of the Eikon
Basilike of Charles I
Edited and arranged by Elizabeth Missing Sewell (1815-1906) and C. M. Yonge.
London, Macmillan and Co., 1870
New national poetry cards. Standards 6 and 7
Shakespeare's plays for schools, abridged and annotated
by C.M. Yonge.