Works by Mrs Stirling

Mrs Stirling was a prolific author, below is a list of her published works:

 

  • The Adventures of Prince Almero: a tale of the Wind-Spirit, Manchester, J. Heywood, 1890
     
  • The Queen of the Goblins  [A fairy tale], London, Wells, Gardner & Co., 1892
     
  • A Life Awry, (under the pseudonym:  Percival Pickering), London, Bliss & Co., 1893
     
  • A Pliable Marriage,  (under the pseudonym:  Percival Pickering),  London, Osgood & Co., 1895
     
  • The Spirit Is Willing [A tale](under the pseudonym:  Percival Pickering), London, Bliss, Sands & Co., 1898
     
  • Memoirs of Anna Maria Wilhelmina Pickering. Edited by her son S. Pickering. Together with extracts from the journals of her father J. S. Stanhope, describing his travels on the Continent and his imprisonment under Napoleon, London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1904
     
  • Toy Gods, (under the pseudonym: Percival Pickering), London, John Long, 1904
     
  • Coke of Norfolk and his friends; the life of Thomas William Coke, First Earl of Leicester of Holkham, containing an account of his ancestry, surroundings, public services & private friendships & including many unpublished letters from noted men of his day, English & American, London, John Lane, 1908
     
  • The Letter-bag of Lady Elizabeth Spencer-Stanhope, London, John Lane the Bodley Head, 1908
     
  • Annals of a Yorkshire House from The Papers of a Macaroni & His Kindred, London, John Lane The Bodley Head, 1911
     
  • The Hothams; being the chronicles of the Hothams of Scorborough and South Dalton from their hitherto unpublished family papers, London, Herbert Jenkins, 1918
     
  • A Painter of Dreams, and other Biographical Studies, London, John Lane The Bodley Head, 1916
     
  •  William De Morgan and his wife, London, Thornton Butterworth Limited, 1922.
     
  • Life's little day, some tales and other reminiscences, London, Thornton Butterworth, 1924
     
  • Ghosts Vivisected; an impartial inquiry into their manners, habits, mentality, motives, and physical construction, London : Robert Hale, 1957
     
  • Macdonald of the Isles; a Romance of the Past and Present, 1913
     
  • Pages And Portraits From The Past:: being the private papers of Sir William Hotham, [Edited] by A M W Stirling, Jenkins, 1919
     
  • The Richmond Papers: From the correspondence and manuscripts of G Richmond, RA, and his son Sir William Richmond, [Edited] by A M W Stirling, London: William Heinemann, 1926
     
  • Fyvie Castle, London : John Murray, 1928
     
  • The Ways Of Yesterday: Being the Chronicles of the Way family from 1307 to 1885 [With plates, including portraits], London : Thornton Butterworth, 1930
     
  • The Diaries Of Dummer: reminiscences of an old sportsman, Stephen Terry of Dummer, [Edited] by A M W Stirling, London: Unicorn Press, 1934
     
  • Life's Mosaic: memories canny and uncanny, 1934
     
  • Victorian Sidelights : from the papers of the late Mrs. Adams-Acton, London, Ernest Benn, 1954
     
  • The Merry Wives Of Battersea And Gossip Of Three Centuries, London : Robert Hale, 1956
     
  • Odd Lives, London, P. R. Macmillan, 1959
     
  • A Scrapheap Of Memories, P.R.Macmillan, 1960
     
  • Stirling Tales And Strange Jests Of History, P. R. M. Publishers, London, 1962