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Ellis M(2019). The tea-table, women, and gossip in early eighteenth-century Britain. British Sociability in the Long Eighteenth Century Challenging the Anglo-French Connection, Boydell Press
ELLIS MS(2019). Letters, organization and the archive in Elizabeth Montagu’s correspondence. Huntington Library Quarterly vol. 81, (4)
ELLIS MS(2017). Poetry and Civic Urbanism in the Coffee-House Library in the Mid-eighteenth Century. Before the Public Library: Reading, Community, and Identity in the Atlantic World, 1650-1850, Editors: Roberts, K, Towsey, M, vol. 61, Brill (Leiden),
ELLIS MS(2017). Coffee-house sociability and public life in John Hill’s “The Inspector”. Fame and Fortune Sir John Hill and London Life in the 1750s, Editors: Brant, C, Rousseau, G, Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke),
ELLIS MS(2017). Salon and conversation. Samuel Richardson in Context, Editors: Schellenberg, B, Sabor, P, Cambridge University press (Cambridge),
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Ellis M(2016). Crusoe, cannibalism and empire. Robinson Crusoe: Myths and Metamorphoses,
ELLIS MS, Coulton RX, Mauger M(2015). Empire of Tea: the Asian Leaf that Conquered the World. Reaktion (London),
ELLIS MS(2014). Thomas Birch's ‘Weekly Letter’ (1741–66): correspondence and history in the mid-eighteenth-century Royal Society. Notes and Records: the Royal Society journal of the history of science vol. 68, (3) 261-278.
ELLIS MS(2014). Thomas Birch’s ‘Weekly Letter’ (1741-1766): correspondence and history in the mid-eighteenth-century Royal Society. Notes and Records: the Royal Society journal of the history of science vol. 68, (3) Article 261,
ELLIS MS(2014). 'Novel and Empire'. The Oxford Handbook to the Eighteenth-Century Novel, Editors: Downie, A, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
ELLIS MS(2013). Reading practices in Elizabeth Montagu's epistolary network of the 1750s. Bluestockings Displayed: Portraiture, Performance and Patronage, 1730-1830, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
Ellis M(2012). River and labour in Samuel Scott's thames views in the mid-eighteenth century. London Journal vol. 37, (3) 152-173.
Ellis M(2012). 'An author in form': Women writers, print publication, and Elizabeth Montagu's Dialogues of the Dead. ELH - English Literary History vol. 79, (2) 417-445.
ELLIS MS (2012). 'Coffeehouse', in 'British and Irish Literature', ed Andrew Hadfield, in Oxford Bibliographies. Oxford University Press
ELLIS MS(2011). ‘That Singular And Wonderful Quadruped’: The Kangaroo As Historical Intangible Natural Heritage in the Eighteenth Century. Intangible Natural Heritage: New Perspectives on Natural Objects, Editors: Dorfman, E, Routledge (London),
ELLIS MS(2011). Prostitution and Eighteenth-Century Culture: Sex, Commerce and Morality. Editors: Ellis, M, lewis, A, Pickering and Chatto (London),
Ellis M (2010). Tea and the Tea-Table in Eighteenth-Century England. Pickering and Chatto Notes: 4 volume scholarly edition. General editor Markman Ellis. Volume 1: Literary Representations of Tea and the Tea-Table (Editor: Markman Ellis) Other volumes edited by Richard Coulton, Matthew Mauger, and Ben Dew.,
Ellis M(2009). Coffee-House Libraries in Mid-Eighteenth-Century London. The Library: the transactions of the Bibliographical Society vol. 10, (1) 3-40.
ELLIS MS (2009). 'Coffee-House Library Short-title Catalogue'. Bibliographical Society of Great Britain Abstract: java.sql.Clob org.hibernate.engine.jdbc.WrappedClob java.io.Serializable , Notes: Bibliographical Society: Electronic Publications on the web,
ELLIS MS(2008). Enlightenment or Illumination: The Spectre of Conspiracy in Gothic Fictions of the 1790s. Recognizing the Romantic Novel: New Histories of British Literature, Editors: Sussman, C, Heydt-Stevenson, J, Liverpool University Press (Liverpool),
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ELLIS MS(2008). 'Coffee-houses in Johnson's London'. The New Rambler vol. 2006-2007, 3-14.
ELLIS MS(2008). 'Poetry, science and some lawyers: coffee-houses in Fleet Street and Temple Bar'. Tea and Coffee in the Age of Johnson, Editors: Pickford, S, Johnson House Museum (London),
ELLIS M(2008). 'Spectacles within doors': panoramas of London in the 1790s. Romanticism vol. 14, (2) 133-148.
ELLIS MS(2007). 'Suffering Things: Lapdogs, Slaves, and Counter-Sensibility'. The Secret Life of Things: Animals, Objects, and It-Narratives in Eighteenth-Century England, Editors: Blackwell, M, Bucknell University Press (Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, US),
ELLIS MS(2006). 'Poetry and the City'. The Blackwell Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry, Editors: Gerrard, C, Blackwell (Oxford),
ELLIS MS (2006). Eighteenth Century Coffee-House Culture. Pickering & Chatto
ELLIS MS(2005). 'Trade'. Jane Austen in Context, Editors: Todd, J, Cambridge UP (Cambridge),
Ellis M(2004). The Politics of Sensibility. Cambridge Univ Pr
ELLIS MS(2004). 'Pasqua Rosee's Coffee House 1652 - 1666'. London Journal vol. 29, (1) 1-25.
ELLIS MS, Salih S, Carey B(2004). Discourses of Slavery and Abolition: Britain and its Colonies, 1760 - 1838. Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke),
ELLIS MS(2004). The Coffee House: A Cultural History. Weidenfeld and Nicolson (London),
ELLIS MS (2004). The Coffee-House, a discursive model. Notes: E-book A Coffee House Conversation on the International Art World and its Exclusion Abdullah, H. and Cox, G. (Eds.),
ELLIS MS(2003). "The Cane-land Isles": Commerce and Empire in late-Eighteenth-century Georgic and Pastoral Poetry. Islands in History and Representation, Editors: Edmond, R, Smith, V, Routledge (London),
ELLIS MS(2001). 'Ignatius Sancho's Shandean Sentimental Letters, and the Politics of Form'. Genius in Bondage: Literature of the Early Black Atlantic, Editors: Caretta, V, Gould, P, University Press of Kentucky (Kentucky),
ELLIS MS(2001). 'The Coffee-Women, the Spectator, and the Public Sphere in the Early-Eighteenth Century'. Women and the Public Sphere 1700-1830, Editors: Eger, E, Grant, C, Cambridge UP (Cambridge),
Ellis M(2000). The history of gothic fiction. Edinburgh Univ Pr