Oy -- my last post was almost a year ago! One of these days I will catch up with myself....
In any case, someone just asked about the original titles of the George MacDonald books edited by Dan Hamilton (see previous post). Here they are; the Hamilton editions are on the left, and the original titles are on the right. Keep in mind, however, that even during MacDonald's lifetime, different editions sometimes had slightly different titles. I have found The History of Gutta-Percha Willie, Working Genius listed as just Gutta-Percha Willie.
The Parish Papers:
A Quiet Neighborhood / The Annals of a Quiet Neighborhood
The Seaboard Parish / The Seaboard Parish
The Vicar's Daughter / The Vicar's Daughter
The Last Castle / Saint George and Saint Michael (Follow this link to Peter Kazmaier's discussion of the conflict between the two "just warriors" in this book set in the time of Charles I and Oliver Cromwell.)
The Prodigal Apprentice / Guild Court (I believe)
On Tangled Paths / Weighed and Wanting (This link leads to a discussion of whether Hamilton's edition should be considered a translation or not: http://www.librarything.com/topic/54418 .)
The Elect Lady / The Elect Lady
Home Again / Home Again
The Boyhood of Ranald Bannerman / Ranald Bannerman's Boyhood
The Genius of Willie MacMichael / The History of Gutta-Percha Willie, Working Genius
The Wanderings of Clare Skymer / A Rough Shaking
These books are available through Project Gutenberg. And here is a site devoted to scholarly writing about George MacDonald's work: North Wind Journal