Tinsley Brothers

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Publishing Mary Elizabeth Braddon
It was published in three volumes in December 1863, as by the author of Lady Audley's Secret, with Tinsley Brothers , who paid £2,000 for two-year leases on this and Braddon's next novel.
Wolff, Robert Lee. Sensational Victorian. Garland, 1979.
136
Publishing Mary Elizabeth Braddon
A subplot excised in revision as Henry Dunbar was recycled into the short story Lost and Found: this removed the bigamy and blackmail from the novel. This time the novel in book form was...
Publishing Rhoda Broughton
George Bentley eventually offered Broughton £250 for this novel, with the proviso that she expand it to three volumes. Broughton returned a succinct refusal both of the revisions specified and the sum offered: I am...
Publishing Thomas Hardy
TH published with Tinsley his third novel, A Pair of Blue Eyes (the first to bear his name), before the final instalment appeared in Tinsley's Magazine.
Gittings, Robert. Young Thomas Hardy. Penguin, 1978.
244, 249
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Publishing Thomas Hardy
TH 's first novel, The Poor Man and the Lady, was rejected in turn by Macmillan (after reading by Alexander Macmillan and John Morley ), by Chapman and Hall (after reading by George Meredith
Publishing Isabella Neil Harwood
Raymond's Heroine, another three-decker and one of INH 's most popular novels, was published by Hurst and Blackett (to which now she changed from Tinsley Brothers , who had published her earlier books).
“Multiple Advertisements and Notices”. The Morning Post, No. 29106.
“The New and Popular Novels”. The Era, No. 1489.
Publishing Matilda Charlotte Houstoun
She undertook the publication herself when she proved unable to find a publisher. By the following year the novel was already in its fourth edition. In 1869 Tinsley Brothers bought the rights to it for...
Publishing Ouida
Ouida 's popular first novel, Held in Bondage, was published by Tinsley .
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
Nadel, Ira Bruce, and William E. Fredeman, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 18. Gale Research, 1983.
18: 242
Publishing Ouida
It had been serialized in Colburn 's New Monthly Magazine (then edited by William Harrison Ainsworth ) under the title Granville de Vigne from January 1861 to June 1863.
Allibone, S. Austin, editor. A Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors Living and Deceased. Gale Research, 1965.
Nadel, Ira Bruce, and William E. Fredeman, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 18. Gale Research, 1983.
18: 242
Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism. Gale Research, 1978.
43: 370
Cox, Michael, editor. The Oxford Chronology of English Literature. Oxford University Press, 2002.
With Ouida's...
Publishing Charlotte Riddell
This was in fact the earliest-written manuscript that CR ever succeeded in publishing; it had been composed several years before.
Ellis, Stewart Marsh. Wilkie Collins, Le Fanu, and Others. Books for Libraries Press, 1931.
276
After this Skeet published three more of her books: Too Much Alone, 1860,...
Publishing Charlotte Riddell
CR 's next publishers, Tinsley Brothers , had close ties to the circulating libraries and provided a real boost to her career. Their biggest recent success had been Mary Elizabeth Braddon 's Lady Audley's Secret...
Publishing Charlotte Riddell
She dedicated this book to Alexander Johns of Carrickfergus.
Ellis, Stewart Marsh. Wilkie Collins, Le Fanu, and Others. Books for Libraries Press, 1931.
325
Tinsley Brothers arranged within a couple of hours of meeting her to pay her eight hundred pounds for this novel, of which fifty was...
Publishing Emma Caroline Wood
During ECW 's years as an author, her annual income from her publishers (usually Messrs Chapman and Hall or Tinsley Brothers ) amounted to over £300.
Publishing Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Its circulation was enormous. In its three-volume form it went through eight issues in its first three months, although reviewers implied that early announcements of these new editions were a form of puffery. Bibliographer Michael Sadleir
Publishing Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Although they initially promised MEB £250 for Lady Audley's Secret (£300 if it was reviewed in the Times), the Tinsley Brothers paid her £500 beyond this.
Wolff, Robert Lee. Sensational Victorian. Garland, 1979.
134-5

Timeline

1858
Brothers William and Edward Tinsley formed a partnership as the Tinsley Brothers , publishers, at 18 Catherine Street, Strand, London.