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Thomas Hughes was born on 29th October 1822 in Berkshire England part of a large family. After attending a private school he went to Rugby which was to provide the background and inspiration for his most famous work Tom Brown's Schooldays. On leaving education he practised law and was still doing so when he wrote his first book. The book was an immediate success and has enjoyed continued success never having been out of print. All of the authors work is collectable though his first book is of course the most sought after and valuable. Thomas Hughes passed away in 1896 and whilst his other work may not be the most sparkling he did produce an undeniable classic of literary work.
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Title Publisher Date Notes
Tom Brown's Schooldays Macmillan 1857 blue cloth is 1st issue
The Scouring of the White Horse Macmillan 1859  
Tom Brown at Oxford Macmillan 1861 3 volumes

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Religio Laici Macmillan 1861 pamphlet
A Layman's Faith Macmillan 1868  
Alfred the Great Macmillan 1870 not dated
Memoir of a Brother Macmillan 1873  
The Manliness of Christ Macmillan 1879  
Rugby Tennessee Macmillan 1881  
Memoir of David Macmillan Macmillan 1882  
Gone to Texas Macmillan 1884  
Notes for Boys Macmillan 1885  
James Fraser Second Bishop of Manchester Macmillan 1887  
David Livingstone Macmillan 1889  
Vacation Rambles Macmillan 1895  
Early Memories for the Children Macmillan 1899  

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