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Cabell, James Branch. The Majors and their Marriages, with Collateral Accounts of the Allied Families of Aston,Ballard, Christian, Dancy, Hartwell, Hubard, Macon, Marable, Mason, Patterson, Piersey, Seawell, Stephens,Waddill, and Others (1915). Richmond: W. C. Hill Printing Co., 1915.
Bierstadt, Edward Hale, Barrett H. Clark, and Sidney Howard. Jurgen and the Censor: Report of the Emergency Committee Organized to Protest Against the Suppression of James Branch Cabell's Jurgen (1920). New York: Privately printed for the Emergency Committee, 1920.
Cabell, James Branch. Domnei: A Comedy of Woman-Worship (1921). New York: Robert McBride, 1921. Domnei is a revised version of The Soul of Melicent (1913), restoring Cabell's original title. Preface by Joseph Hergesheimer; critical comments by E. Noel Codman and Paul Verville.
Cabell, James Branch. Taboo: A Legend Retold from the Dirghic of Sævius Nicanor, with Prolegomena, Notes, and a Preliminary Memoir (1921). New York: Robert McBride, 1921. Dedicated to John S. Sumner, agent of the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice.
Anonymous. Poor Jack: A Play in One Act. (1906 for 1927). Richmond: Privately printed, 1906. This is a forgery. Although dated 1906, it was actually printed in 1927. Poor Jack is based on the text of the story "Love Letters of Falstaff", as it appeared in the 1921 revised version of The Line of Love.