|Charlotte M. Yonge’s works
|Our sister website at cmyf.org.uk has information on all works, with links to texts where these are available.
|Charlotte M. Yonge’s Letters
|Over three thousand of Yonge’s letters can be read and searched on this website, the work of Ellen Jordan, Charlotte Mitchell and Helen Schinske.
|Project Gutenberg offers free, downloadable full texts of many of Yonge’s works in a range of formats (e.g. HTML, Kindle, Epub). Put ‘Yonge’ in the ‘quick search’ box at the top of the page to find the seventy or so titles currently available; or use ‘Yonge’ plus part of the title to find an individual work.
|Internet Archive provides page by page digital images of many of Yonge’s books, all free and downloadable. Enter ‘Yonge’ plus part of the title in the search box to find an individual work.
|Essays on The Heir of Redclyffe
|10 papers on Charlotte M. Yonge written by students at the University of Washington
|Yonge family website
|Ian Yonge’s website is a source of information on the Yonge family, their connections, activities and homes, ranging over some four hundred years.
|The Monthly Packet free online
|Many issues of the Monthly Packet have been scanned from the bound volumes covering six months (January to June; July to December) in which the magazine was published. Some are available on Google Books, and many more on the Internet Archive.
|The Monthly Packet online (Gale)
|Issues of the Monthly Packet of Evening Readings from 1851 to 1899 are available to subscribers to the Gale resource ‘Nineteenth Century UK Periodicals. Part I: Women’s, Children’s, Humour, and Leisure’. This is available via many university libraries for those who have access to them.