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Sabine Baring-Gould
(1834–1924)
English Victorian hagiographer, antiquarian, novelist and eclectic scholar; bibliography lists more than 500 separate publications
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Sabine Baring-Gould

Contents

WorksEdit

NovelsEdit

Short storiesEdit

CollectionsEdit

  • The Path of the Just: Tales of Holy Men and Children (1857)
  • Jacquetta and Other Stories (1890)
    • "The Story of Jael" (1887, in The English Illustrated Magazine) - needs copy editing and verification
    • "Jacquetta" (1886/7, in The English Illustrated Magazine) - needs copy editing and verification
    • "Moth-Mullein" (1889, in The Cornhill Magazine) - no source given for verification
  • My Prague Pig and Other Stories for Children (1890)
    • "My Prague Pig" (1886, in My Birthday Present)
    • "Gottlob's Picture" (1885, in Please Tell Me a Tale) (external scan)
    • "Wow-Wow" (1886, in Just One More Tale) (external scan)
    • "The Cats' Tree" (1886, in Jack Frost's Little Prisoners) (external scan)
    • "The Schnabelweid Plot" (1886, in Jack Frost's Little Prisoners) (external scan)
    • "The Queen of Dentists" (1886, in Just One More Tale) (external scan)
    • "The New Master" (1889, in Stories Jolly, Stories New, Stories Strange and Stories True)
  • Margery of Quether and Other Stories (1891) (external scan)
    • "Margery of Quether" (1884, in The Cornhill Magazine)
    • "Tom a' Tuddlams" (1888, in Cassell's Yuletide Annual)
    • "At the Y." (1884, in Belgravia)
    • "Major Cornelius" (1884, in The Cornhill Magazine)
    • "Wanted: A Reader" (1886, in The Gentleman's Magazine)
  • Dartmoor Idylls (1896); the stories published in The Woman at Home (1894/95) had appeared under the collective title An Idyll of Dartmoor (external scan)
    • "John and Joan" (1893, in The Graphic)
    • "Daniel Jacobs" (1894, in The Woman at Home)
    • "Snaily House" (1894, in The Woman at Home as "Snaily House" and "The End of Joe Leaman")
    • "Ephraim's Pinch" (1894, in The Woman at Home)
    • "Little Dixie" (1894, in The Woman at Home)
    • "Jonas Coaker" (1894, in The Woman at Home)
    • "Goosie-Vair" (1895, in The Minster)
    • "The Hammetts" (1895, in The Woman at Home)
    • "Jolly Lane Cot" (1895, in The Woman at Home)
    • "Green Rushes, O!" (1895, in Chambers's Journal)
    • "An Old Cross"
  • Furze Bloom: Tales of the Western Moors (1899)
    • "Genefer" (1897, in The Graphic)
    • "The Brothers' Grave" (1897, in The Illustrated London News)
    • "A Can of Whortles" (1897, in Lady's Realm)
    • "Japhunneh" (1897, in The Illustrated London News)
    • "Caroline" (1898, in The Illustrated London News)
    • "Anthony Blight" (1898, in The Cornhill Magazine)
    • "Young Flush" (1898, in The Christmas Tree Annual)
    • "In the Hole of the Bumble Bee" (1898, as "The Hidden Treasure," in Newcastle Courant)
    • "Peter Lempole" (1896, in British Workman)
    • "Ruth Tregoddeck" (1897, in The Illustrated London News)
    • "Polly Postes" (1898, in The Cornish Magazine)
    • "Stephen Delves" (1897, in Lady's Realm)
  • In a Quiet Village, 1900 (external scan)
    • "Dan'l Coombe" (1899, in The Sunday Magazine, as part of the series "Odd People I Have Met")
    • "Timothy Slouch" (1898, in The Sunday Magazine, as part of the series "Some Village Characters")
    • "Doble Drewe" (1898, in The Sunday Magazine, as part of the series "Some Village Characters")
    • "Mary Trembath" (1898, in The Sunday Magazine, as part of the series "Some Village Characters")
    • "The Old Post-Boy" (1899, in The Sunday Magazine, as part of the series "Odd People I Have Met")
    • "Auntie" (1899, in The Sunday Magazine, as part of the series "Odd People I Have Met"; April 2, 1899 in the New York Times)
    • "Brother Augustine" (1899, in The Sunday Magazine, as part of the series "Odd People I Have Met")
    • "Haroun the Carpenter" (1898, in The Sunday Magazine, as part of the series "Some Village Characters")
    • "Shone Evans"
    • "Henry Frost"
    • "Milk-maids"
    • "The Bride's Well"
    • "Jack Hannaford" (1897, in The Temple Magazine)
    • "From Death to Life" (1896, in The Temple Magazine)
    • "Cicely Crowe" (1895, in The Country House)
    • "The Weathercock" (1897, in The Illustrated London News)
    • "A Plum-Pudding" (1898, as "A Christmas Plum Pudding," in Edinburgh Evening Post)
    • "A Christmas Tree" (1897, in The Temple Magazine)
    • "Folk-prayers" (1894, in The Sunday Magazine)
    • "Crazy Jane" (1891, in Manchester Times)
  • Amazing Adventures, drawn by H. B. Neilson (1903)
  • A Book of Ghosts (1904)
  • Monsieur Pichelmere and Other Stories (1905)
    • "Monsieur Pichelmere" (1897, in London Weekly Mercury)
    • "Hangman's Cross" (1898, in Manchester Times)
    • "Archelaus Goalan" (1898, in Aberdeen Free Press)
    • "A Dead Man's Teeth" (1896, in The Scotsman)
    • "Cherry" (1894, in Liverpool Porcupine)
    • "Stealing a Policeman" (1893, in Newcastle Courant)
    • "Vanished in the Moonlight" (1893, in The Scotsman)
    • "Crazy Jane" (1891, in Manchester Times)

Chronological List of Other Stories in Magazines and NewspapersEdit

  • "Master Sacristan Eberhart. Not Quite a Ghost Story" (1858, in The Hurst Johnian, the magazine of St. John's College, Hurstpierpoint)
  • "The Fireman" (1859/60, in The Hurst Johnian; 1871, in Only Once a Year; January 8, 1871, in the New York Times)
  • "The Dead Trumpeter of Hurst Castle" (1860, in The Hurst Johnian)
  • "The Brothers Moginié" in Once a Week, Series 1, 10 (1864)
  • "Only a Ghost!" by "Irenæus the Deacon", attributed to Sabine Baring-Gould (1870) (external scan)
  • "'Tommy'" (1884, in Blackwood's Magazine)
  • "The Last Words of Joseph Barrable" (1884, in Blackwood's Magazine)
  • "Alexander Nesbitt, Ex-Schoolmaster" (1884, in Blackwood's Magazine)
  • "The Princess Torhanyi" (1884, in The Cornhill Magazine)
  • "In the Lion's Den" (1885, in The English Illustrated Magazine)
  • "The Deadleigh Sweep" (1886, in The Cornhill Magazine)
  • "The Murder in the Bruder Strasse" (1886, in Belgravia)
  • "The Death of Francois de Senac" (1887, in Belgravia)
  • "The Blue Vase" (1887, in Belgravia)
  • "A Night in Hummelstein" (1887, in Belgravia)
  • "A False Step" (1887, in The Cornhill Magazine)
  • "President Keller" (1888, in The Cornhill Magazine)
  • "Horvath" (1888, in The Cornhill Magazine)
  • "A Pair of Silk Stockings" (1889, in Atalanta)
  • "Scars" (1889, in Cassell's Family Magazine)
  • "Clean Too Ridiculous" (1889, in Manchester Times)
  • "In Red Moor Bog" (1892, in Black & White)
  • "In the Sound of the Mill Wheel" (1894, in Nottinghamshire Guardian) (subsequently incorporated in An Old English Home and Its Dependencies, 1898)
  • "Richard: A Common-Place Romance" (1895, in Leeds Mercury) (subsequently incorporated in An Old English Home and Its Dependencies, 1898)
  • "The Fly" (1895, in Newcastle Courant)
  • "A Brother's Wife" (1895?)
  • "The Brothers Wyvell" (1896, in Leeds Mercury)
  • "The Village Doctor" (1896, in Newcastle Courant) (subsequently incorporated in An Old English Home and Its Dependencies, 1898)
  • "The Moorman" (1896, in Leeds Mercury) (subsequently incorporated in A Book of the West, Vol. 1, 1900)
  • "Sea-Poachers" (1896, Nottinghamshire Guardian) (subsequently incorporated in A Book of the West, Vol. 2, 1900)
  • "Treasure Trove" (1896, in The Graphic)
  • "A Broken Mirror" (1897, in Leeds Daily News)
  • "Daddy Tregollos" in Under One Cover: Eleven Stories (1898)
  • "The Fruited Myrtle" (1898, in Lady's Realm)
  • "While the Cat's Away" (1898, in The Illustrated London News)
  • "Under the White Cliff" (1898, in Nottinghamshire Guardian)
  • "John James and John Thomas" (1899, in The Illustrated London News)
  • "Sixpence Only" (1899, in The Graphic)
  • "Janie" (1899, in Lady's Realm)
  • "'Lady' Darke" (1899, as part of the series "Odd People I Have Met" in The Sunday Magazine, subsequently incorporated into A Book of Dartmoor)
  • "Mahouglath Mahouglish" (1900, in The Sphere)
  • "Browne's House" (1900, in Nottinghamshire Guardian)
  • "The Fatal Bottle" (1900, in The Harmsworth Magazine)
  • "Little Matthew" (1900, in The Graphic)
  • "An Error Righted" (1900, in The Cornhill Magazine)
  • "That Dawg Sly" (1900, in Newcastle Courant)
  • "The Beaumanoir Ghosts" (1900?)
  • "Sixty Thousand Pounds" (1901, in Western Weekly News)
  • "No Servants" (1901, in The Graphic)
  • "Lost, Stolen, or Strayed" (1901?)
  • "Genefer Trevose" (1902, in The Young Man)
  • "Margery Coade" (1902, in The Windsor Magazine)
  • "The Man at the Shaft Mouth" (1903)
  • "The Changed Trunk" (1904, in Chambers's Journal)
  • "Isa Manacles" (1904, in Lady's Realm)
  • "The Old Woman of Wesel" (1905, in The Cornhill Magazine)
  • "The Waters of Strife" (1905, in T. P.'s Weekly)
  • "Zachary Mudge: A Village Tragedy" (1905?)
  • "Alone at Christmastime" (1906)
  • "Rebecca Mounce" (1907)
  • "The Winstanley Hunt" (1907, in Daily Chronicle)
  • "An Unsolved Mystery" (1907, in Western Weekly News)
  • "Dolly Carthew" (1907, in The London Magazine)
  • "The Alcoved Passage" (1908, in Western Weekly News)
  • "The Oil of Ecstasy" (1909, in The White Magazine)
  • "Tunkles" (1909)
  • "Keziah: A Story of Mersea Island" (1910, in The Pall Mall Magazine)
  • "Dr. Chubb's Thumbpads" (1910, in The Scotsman)
  • "The Tuddlehams" (1910, in Kalgoorlie Miner)
  • "Dolly" (1910, in Liverpool Weekly Mercury)
  • "The Haunted Hunting Lodge"
  • "'Captain' Jope" (1916, in Cambria Daily Leader)

PoetryEdit

FolkloreEdit

FolksongsEdit

Religious writingsEdit

HymnsEdit

SermonsEdit

  • A Hundred Sermon Sketches for Extempore Preachers (1872) (external scan)
  • Secular v. Religious Education: A Sermon (1872)
  • Village Conferences on the Creed (1873) (external scan)
  • Village Preaching for a Year (2 volumes, 1875) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • The Mystery of Suffering (1877) (external scan)
  • Sermons to Children (1879) (external scan)
  • The Preacher's Pocket: A Packet of Sermons (1880) (external scan)
  • The Village Pulpit, Volume I (1881) (external scan)
  • The Village Pulpit, Volume II (1881)
  • Village Preaching for Saints' Days (1881) (external scan)
  • The Seven Last Words: A Course of Sermons (1884) (external scan)
  • Village Preaching for a Year: Second Series (2 volumes, 1884) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • Our Parish Church: Twenty Addresses to Children on Great Truths of the Christian Faith (1885) (external scan)
  • The Birth of Jesus: Eight Discourses for Advent, Christmas and Epiphany (1885) (external scan)
  • The Passion of Jesus: Seven Discourses for Lent (1885) (external scan)
  • Nazareth and Capernaum: Ten Lectures on the Beginning of Our Lord's Ministry (1886) (external scan)
  • The Trials of Jesus (1886)
  • The Way of Sorrows: Seven Sermons for Lent (1887)
  • The Death and Resurrection of Jesus: Ten Lectures for Holy Week and Easter (1888) (external scan)
  • The Sunday Round: Plain Village Sermons for the Sundays of the Christian Year (4 vols, 1898-1899)
  • Sermons to Children: Second Series (1907)
  • Village Sermons to Simple Souls (1912)
  • My Few Last Words (1924)

Other religious writingsEdit

AutobiographicalEdit

  • Early Reminiscences, 1834-1864 (1924) (external scan)
  • Further Reminiscences, 1864-1894 (1925)

BiographyEdit

Other non-fictionEdit

LettersEdit

As editorEdit

  • The Sacristy: a Quarterly Review of Ecclesiastical Art and Literature (1871–1873)

Works about Baring-GouldEdit


 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1924, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.