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Appendix 5: Published Works by Catherine Martin (c. 1847-1937)

This bibliography lists all publications known to be by Catherine Martin or generally accepted as hers. Her writing was frequently published anonymously or under variants of her name or initials, making ascription to her of some other items uncertain. Author statements are given here as they appeared. The items appear in chronological order of first publication.

M. C. "Finis Coronat Opus". Mount Gambier Standard, 10 January 1868, p. 11. Verse.

M. C. "The Blue Lake". South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail, 14 March 1868, p. 3. Verse. Rpt. in Mount Gambier Standard, 27 March 1868.

M. C. "Weary Days". South Australian Chronicle, 1 August 1868, p. 3. Verse.

M. C. "Ich Habe Gelebt". South Australian Chronicle, 7 November 1868, p. 3. Verse.

M. C. "The Minstrel's Curse (Translated from the German of Ludwig Uhland)". Border Watch, 14 February 1872, p. 4. Verse.

M. C. The Explorers and Other Poems. Melbourne: George Robertson, 1874. Verse collection.

M. C. "To a Swallow (From the French of Lamartine)". South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail, 14 August 1875, p. 16. Verse.

M. C. "The Moated Grange: An Original Tale". South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail, 3 February-27 October 1877. Serialised novel.

M. C. "After Many Years". Observer Miscellany (1878), 803-9. Short Story.

[Anon.] "A Bohemian Born". Supplement to South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail, 21 December 1878, pp. 3-6. Short story.

The Author of "The Explorers, and Other Poems." "Breaking the Law". Observer Miscellany (1879), 849-63. Short story.

C. Martin. "Edward Bulwer, Lord Lytton". Victorian Review, ix (March 1884), 519-36. Review.

C. E. M. Martin. "The Works of John Ruskin". Victorian Review, x July 1884), 281-303. Essay.

E. C. Martin. "George Eliot's Life". Victorian Review, xii (June 1885), 162-89. Review.

[Anon.]. An Australian Girl. 3 vols. London: Bentley, 1890. Novel.

The Author of "An Australian Girl." "Mrs. Archibald Thorndale's Dog". Leader Christmas Supplement, 27 December 1890, pp. 15. "Our Christmas Story".

[Anon.] An Australian Girl. New edition. London: Bentley, 1891. Abridged. Rpt. London: Pandora, 1988.

The Author of "An Australian Girl"/Antarlo, Author of "An Australian Girl". "The Silent Sea". Evening Journal, 2 April-3 December 1892. Serialised novel.

The Author of "An Australian Girl"/Antarlo, Author of "An Australian Girl". "The Silent Sea". Adelaide Observer, 2 April-3 December 1892.

Antarlo, Author of "An Australian Girl". "The Silent Sea". Age, 2 April 1892–14 January 1893.

Mrs. Alick Macleod. The Silent Sea. London: Bentley, 1892. Novel.

Mrs. Alick Macleod. The Silent Sea. Franklin Library series No. 728. New York: Harper, 1892.

Mrs. Alick Macleod, Author of "The Silent Sea" etc. An Australian Girl. "Australian edition". London: Bentley, 1894.

The Author of "An Australian Girl," "The Silent Sea," etc. "A Florentine Landlady". Series: Vignettes of Travel. Age, 26 October 1895, p. 4. Article.

The Author of "An Australian Girl," etc. "Assisi in November". Series: Vignettes of Travel. Age, 30 November 1895, p. 13. Article.

The Author of "An Australian Girl," "The Silent Sea," etc. "Mrs. Spender's Art Education". Leader, 21 December 1895, pp. 229. Short story.

The Author of "An Australian Girl," "The Silent Sea," etc. "At the Vatican". Series: Vignettes of Travel. Age, 5 January 1806, p. 9. Article.

The Author of "An Australian Girl," "The Silent Sea," etc. "At a Crisis. A Story in Eleven Chapters". Adelaide Observer, 14 April-23 June 1900. Serialised short novel.

Ishbel. The Old Roof-Tree: Letters ofIshbel to her Half-Brother Mark Latimer (August-January). London: Longmans, Green, 1906. Epistolary novel.

Mrs. F. Martin, "The Missing German Books", Mount Gambier Border Watch, 3 February 1920, p. 2. Note to newspaper.

C. E. M. Martin. The Incredible Journey. London: Cape, 1923. Novel. Rpt. London: Pandora, 1987.

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