157. The/ Life and Correspondence/ Of/ Charles Mathews,/ The Elder,/ Comedian./ By Mrs. Mathews./ A New Edition, Abridged and Condensed,/ By/ Edmund Yates.// 1 vol. London: Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1860.
158. Mont Blanc/ By/ Albert Smith./ With a/ Memoir of the Author/ By/ Edmund Yates.// 1 vol. London: Ward and Lock, [i860].
159. New ed. 1 vol. London: Ward, Lock, and Tyler, – .
160. For Better, for Worse. Serialized: Temple Bar, Jan-Sept 1861. [A novel ‘edited’ by Yates. CBEL credits him also with the authorship, but in his Preface to the first edition he states that his ‘connexion with it has been confined to . . . “seeing it through the press”‘ and implies that the anonymous author was a woman. In RB (2:59) he says the novel was the work of a clergyman’s wife, an ex-Quaker; the novel itself seems to bear this out.]
161. First ed. For Better, for Worse;/ A Romance ofthe Affections/ Edited/ By Edmund Yates.// 2 vols. London: John Maxwell, 1864.
162. New ed. 1 vol. Ward and Lock, . 163 Gathered Leaves:/ Being a Collection of/ The Poetical Writings/ Of the Late/ Frank E. Smedley./ With a/ Memorial Preface/ By Edmund Yates.// 1 vol. London: Virtue, 1865. [The first five items had appeared in Yates and Smedley’s joint production, Mirth and Metre, 1855. See under IV i VERSE-COLLECTIONS.]
163. Celebrities at Home./ Reprinted from ‘The World.’/First Series. [Second Series. J _Third Series. ]// Each series 1 vol. London: Office of ’The World’, 1877.  . [CBEL seems to attribute authorship of these vols to Yates; BM Catalogue describes them as ‘edited’ by him. In fact it is highly unlikely that he actually wrote any of these sketches of celebrities himself, and his editorship of the volumes was probably at best nominal.]
164. Thoughts in My Garden./ By/ Mortimer Collins./Edited by/ Edmund Yates./ With Notes by the Editor and Mrs. Mortimer Collins.// 2 vols. London: Bentley, 1880.
165. The Struggles and Adventures of ChristopherTadpole, by Albert Smith. With a biographical sketch of the author by Edmund Yates. London: Douney and Co., 1897. [Not sighted. The ‘biographical sketch’ may be identical with the ‘memoir’ that Yates wrote for the 1860 edition of Smith’s Mont Blanc. Yates died in 1894, three years before this reissue of Christopher Tadpole.]