Bibliography

This list brings together all the bibliographies provided for individual studies or collections of resources. It contains details of Q’s sources and the references cited in the material presented on this site.

References Sources
Parkman, F. (1849). The Oregon Trail. New York: GeorgeR. Putman. The Mayor of Troy: a study
Parkman, F. (1874). The Conspiracy of Pontiac. Boston: Little Browne & Co. Fort Amity: a study Fort Amity
Parkman, F. (1884). Montcalm & Wolfe, vol. I & II. Boston: Little Browne & Co. Fort Amity: a study | The Philosophical Context of I Saw Three Ships: a study Fort Amity
Parsons, A. and Quiller-Couch, A. (1892). The Warwickshire Avon. New York: Harper Brothers. P & Q: Alfred Parsons, Arthur Quiller-Couch, The Warwickshire Avon and True Tilda
Pearce, J. (Ed.) (1964). The Wesleys in Cornwall. Extracts from the journals of John and Charles Wesley and John Nelson. Truro. Q's Family and Dead Man's Rock: a study | John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Pearce, S. (1978). The Kingdom of Dumnonia. Padstow: Lodenek. The Philosophical Context of I Saw Three Ships: a study | John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Pengelly, H. (Ed.) (1897). A Memoir of William Pengelly. London: Murray. Harry Revel: a study | The Philosophical Context of I Saw Three Ships: a study | The Life and Writings of Richard Quiller Couch
Perrycoste, F. H. (1930). Gleanings From the Records of Zephania Job of Polperro Polperro: Polperro Heritage Press. Q's Family and Dead Man's Rock: a study | The Mayor of Troy: a study
Peters, C. (2005). Archaeology of Cornwall. Fowey: Cornwall Editions Ltd. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Phillimore, W.P.W. and Taylor, T. eds. (1900). Cornish Parish Registers, Marriage. London.
Phillimore, W.P.W. and Taylor, T. eds. (1900). Cornish Parish Registers, Marriage. London. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Phillimore, W.P.W., ed. (1893). Berkshire Wills, 1508-1652. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Pollard, F. (1968). Smuggler – Cpt. H. Carter. Smuggler – Cpt. H. Carter. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Pool, P. (1974). The History of the Town and Borough of Penzance. Corporation of Penzance. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Pool, P. (1986). William Borlase. Royal Institute of Cornwall. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Popper, K. (1959). The Logic of Scientific Discovery. London: Hutchinson. Lectures on some Seventeenth Century Poets: a study | The Medical Training of Jonathan Couch: a study
Popper, K. (1963). Conjectures and Refutations. London: RKP. The Philosophical Context of I Saw Three Ships: a study
Popper, K. (1976). Unended Quest. London: Fontana. The Philosophical Context of I Saw Three Ships: a study | The Life and Writings of Richard Quiller Couch
Porter, R. (1990). English Society in the Eighteenth Century. London: Penguin. The Medical Training of Jonathan Couch: a study
Quiller-Couch, A. Old Fires and Profitable Ghosts. London Cassell and Company Limited Ia, a Love Story: a study | The Forebears of Jonathan Couch and Associated Families
Quiller-Couch, A. (1887). Dead Man's Rock. London: Cassell & Company The Stories of Q Inspired by the Peninsular War
Quiller-Couch, A. (1888). The Astonishing History of Troy Town London Cassell and Company Limited Reflections on Hocken and Hunken
Quiller-Couch, A. (1889). The Splendid Spur. London: Cassell. The Splendid Spur: a study | John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets | Bertha Couch and her Writing of the Life of Jonathan Couch
Quiller-Couch, A. (1891). Noughts and Crosses. London: Cassell. Noughts and Crosses: a study
Quiller-Couch, A. (1891). The Blue Pavilions. London: Cassell. The Blue Pavilions: a study | Reflections on Hocken and Hunken
Quiller-Couch, A. (1893). I Saw Three Ships. London: Cassell. The Philosophical Context of I Saw Three Ships: a study | The Forebears of Jonathan Couch and Associated Families
Quiller-Couch, A. (1895). “The Looe Die-hards” from Wandering Heath London: Dent. The Mayor of Troy: a study
Quiller-Couch, A. (1895). Wandering Heath: Stories, Studies and Sketches by Q. London: Cassell and Company Limited. The Stories of Q Inspired by the Peninsular War
Quiller-Couch, A. (1896). Ia, a Love Story. London: Cassell & Co. Ia, a Love Story: a study | John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets | Bertha Couch and her Writing of the Life of Jonathan Couch
Quiller-Couch, A. (1896). Poems and Ballads. London: Methuen. P & Q: Alfred Parsons, Arthur Quiller-Couch, The Warwickshire Avon and True Tilda
Quiller-Couch, A. (1899). The Ship of Stars. London: Cassell. Lectures on some Seventeenth Century Poets: a study | Ia, a Love Story: a study
Quiller-Couch, A. (1901). The Westcotes and Tom Tiddler’s Ground. London: Thomas Nelson & Sons. A Lecture on Tradition and Orthodoxy: a study
Quiller-Couch, A. (1901). The Laird's Luck and Other Fireside Tales. London: Cassell & Co. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets | The Stories of Q Inspired by the Peninsular War
Quiller-Couch, A. (1902). The White Wolf and Other Fireside Tales. London: Methuen. Lectures on the Art of Reading: a study | Lectures on some Seventeenth Century Poets: a study | John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Quiller-Couch, A. (1903). Two Sides of the Face: Midwinter Tales. Bristol: Arrowsmith. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Quiller-Couch, A. (1903). The Adventures of Harry Revel. London: Cassell & Co. Bertha Couch and her Writing of the Life of Jonathan Couch | The Stories of Q Inspired by the Peninsular War
Quiller-Couch, A. (1904). Fort Amity. London: John Murray. The Forebears of Jonathan Couch and Associated Families | Lectures on Byron & Shelley: a study
Quiller-Couch, A. (1905). Shining Ferry. London. A Lecture on Lectures: a study | Lectures on some Seventeenth Century Poets: a study | Bertha Couch and her Writing of the Life of Jonathan Couch | Reflections on Hocken and Hunken | The Stories of Q Inspired by the Peninsular War
Quiller-Couch, A. (1906). Sir John Constantine. London: Smith, Elder & Sons. The Forebears of Jonathan Couch and Associated Families | The Philosophical Context of I Saw Three Ships: a study | Lectures on the Art of Reading: a study | John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Quiller-Couch, A. (1906). The Mayor of Troy. London: Methuen. Bertha Couch and her Writing of the Life of Jonathan Couch | The Stories of Q Inspired by the Peninsular War | Lectures on Byron & Shelley: a study | Lectures on some Seventeenth Century Poets: a study | The Life and Writings of Richard Quiller Couch
Quiller-Couch, A. (1907). Poison Island. London: Smith Elder & Co. The Stories of Q Inspired by the Peninsular War | John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Quiller-Couch, A. (1907). Merry-Garden and Other Stories. London. Methuen. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets | The Stories of Q Inspired by the Peninsular War
Quiller-Couch, A. (1909). True Tilda. London: T. Nelson & Sons. P & Q: Alfred Parsons, Arthur Quiller-Couch, The Warwickshire Avon and True Tilda | The Family of Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
Quiller-Couch, A. (1910). Corporal Sam and Other Stories. London: J.M. Dent & Sons. The Stories of Q Inspired by the Peninsular War
Quiller-Couch, A. (1910). Lady Good-for-Nothing. London: Thomas Nelson & Sons. A Lecture on Tradition and Orthodoxy: a study | Thomas Bond and The Mayor of Troy | John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets | The Forebears of Jonathan Couch and Associated Families
Quiller-Couch, A. (1912). Hocken and Hunken. Edinburgh and London. Blackwood. Reflections on Hocken and Hunken
Quiller-Couch, A. (1914.). Introduction to 'Isabella' by John Keats. (edited, M. Robertson). Cambridge University Press. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Quiller-Couch, A. (1915). Nicky Nan Reservist. London and Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons. Lectures on Byron & Shelley: a study | Bertha Couch and her Writing of the Life of Jonathan Couch | Reflections on Hocken and Hunken
Quiller-Couch, A. (1916). The Art of Writing. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. The Philosophical Context of I Saw Three Ships: a study