Primary Bibliography

Skene, Felicia. 6 Letters from Felicia Mary Frances Skene to W.E. Gladstone. 1876. (Unpublished).

Skene, Felicia. A Memoir of Alexander, Bishop of Brechin with a Brief Notice of his Brother the Rev. George Hay Forbes. London:J. Masters & Co., 1876.

Skene, Felicia. Awakened. A tale in nine chapters. James Clarke & Co., 1888.

Skene, Felicia. A Strange Inheritance. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood and Sons, 1886.

Skene, Felicia. Dewdrops: selections from writings of the saints. Oxford: A.R. Mowbray and Co., 1888.

Skene, Felicia. Hidden Depths (A novel). Edinburgh: Edmonston & Douglas, 1866.’

Skene, Felicia. More than Conqueror. Serialized in The Quiver, 1878.

Skene Felicia. Penitentiaries and Reformatories. Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1865.

Skene, Felicia. Raymond. Serialized in The Quiver, 1876

Skene, Felicia. S. Alban’s, or, the Prisoners of Hope. London: J. Masters & Co., 1853.

Skene, Felicia (as Francis Scougal). Scenes from a Silent World, or, Prisons and their Inmates. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood and Sons, 1889.

Skene, Felicia. Still and Deep. Serialized in The Quiver, 1875

Skene, Felicia. The Lesters: A Family Record. 1887.

Skene, Felicia. The Life of Alexander Lycurgus: archbishop of the Cyclades. Rivingtons: 1877.

Skene, Felicia. The Ministry of Consolation. A guide to confession for the use of members of the Church of England. London: J. Masters & Co., 1854.

Skene, Felicia. The Divine Master. London: J. Masters & Co., 1852.

Skene, Felicia. The Inheritance of Evil; or, The Consequence of marrying a deceased wife’s sister. London: Joseph Masters, 1849.

Skene, Felicia. The Isles of Greece, and other poems. R. Grant, 1843.

Skene, Felicia. The Shadow of the Holy Week. London: J. Masters and Co., 1883.

Skene, Felicia. The Tudor’s Ward, a novel. 2 vols. London: Colburn and Co., 1851.

Skene, Felicia (as Erskine Moir). Through the shadows: a test of the truth. London: Elliot Stock, 1888.

Skene, Felicia. Use and Abuse; a tale. London: Francis & John Rivington, 1849.

Skene, Felicia. Wayfaring sketches among the Greeks and Turks, and on the shores of the Danube by a seven years resident in Greece. London: Chapman and Hall, 1849.

Skene, Felicia M.F. ‘French preachers: a court preacher and Father Hyacinthe.’ Temple Bar 26 (June 1869): 345-355.

Skene, Felicia M.F. ‘La haute magie.’ Temple Bar 21 (September 1867): 278-287.

Skene, Felicia M.F. ‘The destiny of Leon Grenier.’ Temple Bar 20 (June 1867): 327-336.

Skene, Felicia M.F. ‘Under Greek Fire.’ Temple Bar 19 (March 1867): 520-531.

Skene F.M.F. ‘Alexander Lord Pitsligo.’ Temple Bar 103 (September 1894): 99-100.

Skene F.M.F. ‘The three friends of Vaux Vilaine: and episode of the present war.’ Temple Bar 32 (May 1871): 270-280.


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