Scholartis Press was a small, private press in London, England, founded by Eric Partridge in 1927. The press closed in 1931, when the Great Depression began in Britain.
- William Blake, Poetical Sketches. With an Essay on "Blake's Metric" by Jack Lindsay, 1927
- Nicholas Breton, Melancholike humours. Edited, with an Essay on "Elizabethan melancholy", by G.B. Harrison 
- Richard Henry Horne, Orion, 1928
- Elza de Locre, I See the Earth: Poems, 1928. Illustrated by Peter Meadows, pseudonym for Jack Lindsay
- Norah Hoult, Poor Women!, 1928
- Nicholas Rowe, Three plays: Tamerlane, The Fair Penitent, Jane Shore, 1929
- Laurence Sterne, A Sentimental Journey. Edited with Introduction and Notes by Herbert Read, 1929
- Edmund Spenser, Daphnaïda and other poems, 1929
- Horace Walpole, The Castle of Otranto, 1929
- Maude Meagher, White Jade, 1930
- George Sand, The Country Waif and "The Castle of Pictordu", tr. Eirene Collis, 1930
- Edmund Spenser, A view of the State of Ireland, 1934
- ^ "Guide to Print Collections - Eric Partridge Collection". University of Exeter. Retrieved 2007-08-08.
- ^ "Special Collections - A Division of the University of Missouri Libraries". University of Missouri. Retrieved 2007-08-08.
- ^ "On Melancholy". elsinore.ucsc.edu. Retrieved 2007-08-08.
- Where not otherwise specified, title from WorldCat.