Periodical Information At the Circulating Library

Periodical: The Nottinghamshire Guardian

History: Published weekly on Saturdays, price 1d.

References: Law (Besant, Braddon, Collins); Nineteenth-Century British Library Newspapers

Novels and short stories serialized in The Nottinghamshire Guardian:

  1. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. "Weavers and Weft." Weavers and Weft, and Other Tales. 26 August-15 December 1876 (weekly).
  2. Florence Marryat. Her Father's Name. 10 March-13 October 1876 (weekly).
  3. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. An Open Verdict. 11 May-21 December 1877 (weekly).
  4. Wilkie Collins. Heart and Science. 28 July 1882-26 January 1883 (weekly).
  5. Helen Mathers. Sam's Sweetheart. 14 July 1882-16 February 1883 (weekly).
  6. Joseph Hatton. A Modern Ulysses. 13 October 1882-27 April 1883 (weekly).
  7. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Phantom Fortune. 16 March-14 September 1883 (weekly).
  8. Margaret Oliphant. Sir Tom. 26 January-20 July 1883 (weekly).
  9. Dora Russell. Out of Eden. 26 October 1883-2 May 1884 (weekly).
  10. John Saunders. Miss Vandeleur. 6 July-14 December 1883 (weekly).
  11. Hawley Smart. Tie and Trick. 11 July 1884-16 January 1885 (weekly).
  12. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Wyllard's Weird. 26 September 1884-27 March 1885 (weekly).
  13. Wilkie Collins. The Evil Genius. 6 November 1885-7 May 1886 (weekly).
  14. Margaret Oliphant. Oliver's Bride. 24 April-15 May 1885 (weekly).
  15. Frederick John Fargus. "The Story of a Sculptor." At What Cost, and Other Stories. 28 August-11 September 1885 (weekly).
  16. Frederick John Fargus. "At What Cost." At What Cost, and Other Stories. 18 September 1885.
  17. Frederick John Fargus. "Capital Wine." At What Cost, and Other Stories. 25 September 1885.
  18. Walter Besant. Herr Paulus. 10 September 1887-3 March 1888 (weekly).
  19. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Like and Unlike. 1 April-1 October 1887 (weekly).
  20. Wilkie Collins. The Legacy of Cain. 18 February-7 July 1888 (weekly).
  21. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. The Fatal Three. 14 January-23 June 1888 (weekly).
  22. Ouida. Guilderoy. [?] 1888-9 March 1889 (weekly).
  23. Sabine Baring-Gould. The Pennycomequicks. 5 January-29 June 1889 (weekly).
  24. William Edward Norris. Misadventure. [May?] 1889-28 December 1889 (weekly).
  25. Joseph Hatton. By Order of the Czar. 5 October 1889- [?] 1890 (weekly).
  26. William Black. Wolfenberg. 2 July-3 December 1892 (weekly).
  27. Mary Kennard. Wedded to Sport. 2 January-25 June 1892 (weekly).
  28. Mary Kennard. The Hunting Girl. 7 January-3 June 1893 (weekly).
  29. George Alfred Henty. Dorothy's Double. 23 September 1893-10 March 1894 (weekly).
  30. William Black. Highland Cousins. 6 January-30 June 1894 (weekly).
  31. Eliza Lynn Linton. "'Twixt Cup and Lip." 'Twixt Cup and Lip. 14-21 July 1894 (weekly).