BOOKS DEDICATED TO MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON BY OTHER AUTHORS
By
Jennifer Carnell

A number of authors dedicated works to Braddon, including those shown below.

The Pretty Jane! The Cruel Squire!! and Robin the Ploughman!!!
A Very Tragical Richardsonian and Keymerian Tragedy
A comedy in one act by John Smith, published by Thomas Hailes Lacy in 1865
John Smith dedicated his play to several people, including Braddon.

The Wandering Heir: A Matter of Fact Romance by Charles Reade.
Shown here in the Tauchnitz edition of 1877.

Reade's dedicate page:
'I dedicate this narrative to my friend, M. E. Braddon, as a slight mark of respect
for her private virtues and public talents.'

'Some Day'
Words by the novelist Hugh Conway and music by Milton Wellings.
Sung by Madame Enrique and published by Enoch & Sons of London.

'The music composed and dedicated to Mrs. J. Maxwell, Lichfield House.'

John Maxwell published a number of Conway's works.

Mr. Sillifant Suckoothumb and Other Oxford Yarns by Compton Reade
Published by R.A. Everett & Co. in 1904.
Compton Reade had been a regular contributor to Belgravia.

'To Mrs. John Maxwell (Miss Braddon),
In grateful remembrance of
The genial hospitality of Lichfield House

And of "The Belgravia Magazine." '

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