Some Books Published by Lloyd
- Lloyd’s Stenography; or, an easy and compendious System of Short-Hand, by which that most desirable and valuable art may be easily acquired. Sixpence. Published at Lloyd’s general publication warehouse, 3, King Street, three doors from the borough … May 24, 1834
- The String of Pearls, featuring Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street, by James Malcolm Rymer (1846-47). Its authorship is complicated, see Who wrote Sweeney Todd?
- Sweeney Todd. The String of Pearls: The Original Victorian Classic, with introduction by Rohan McWilliam (Courier Dover Publications, 2015)
- The Wonderful and Surprising History of Sweeney Todd: The Life and Times of an Urban Legend, by Robert L Mack (Continuum, 2008).
- Varney, the Vampyre; or, The Feast of Blood (1847), by James Malcolm Rymer, Project Gutenberg eBook. An illustrated version is also available on Kindle (free download)
- Varney, edited, corrected and with introduction and references added by Professor Curt Herr of Kutztown University, Pennsylvania (2007)
- Ela, the Outcast; or, the Gipsy of Rosemary Dell. A Tale of Thrilling Interest (1842), by Thomas Peckett Prest. The illustrations were probably by the distinguished cartoonist, Charles Jameson Grant.
- Angelina; or the Mystery of St Mark's Abbey. A Tale of Other Days (1841), by Thomas Peckett Prest. Google eBook
- Lloyd’s Penny Weekly Miscellany of Romance and General Interest, Vol 1, 1843. Lloyd publication digitised as a Google eBook, free of charge.
Some of Lloyd's romances are freely available in the Books section of Google Play or in digital form on registration with a university library network.