Periodical: British Weekly

Periodical: British Weekly

History: Published weekly, priced 1d. Begun 5 November 1886.

References: Cambridge University Library

Novels and short stories serialized in British Weekly:

  1. Sarah Doudney. A Son of the Morning, 5 November 1886 to 22 April 1887 (weekly).
  2. Annie S. Swan. Doris Cheyne, 6 May 1887 to 30 September 1887 (weekly).
  3. J. M. Barrie. When a Man's Single, 7 October 1887 to 23 March 1888 (weekly).
  4. Margaret Harkness. Captain Lobe, 6 April 1888 to 14 December 1888 (weekly).
  5. J. M. Barrie. "A Magnum Opus", 22 June 1888.
  6. J. M. Barrie. "The Statement of Tibbie Birse", 14 September 1888.
  7. J. M. Barrie. "Waiting for the Doctor", 4 January 1889.
  8. Hester Day. A Snow Flower, 4 January 1889 to 12 April 1889 (weekly).
  9. J. M. Barrie. "Visitors at the Manse", 25 January 1889.
  10. J. M. Barrie. "The Son from London", 15 February 1889.
  11. J. M. Barrie. "Dead This Twenty Years", 1 March 1889.
  12. Amy Levy. Miss Meredith, 19 April 1889 to 28 June 1889 (weekly).
  13. J. M. Barrie. "The Power of Beauty", 31 August 1889.
  14. Annie S. Swan. A Bachelor in Search of a Wife, and Roger Marcham's Ward, 1 November 1889 to 7 February 1890 (weekly).
  15. Erminda Rentoul Esler. "Good-for-Nothing", 15 January 1891 to 29 January 1891 (weekly).
  16. Erminda Rentoul Esler. "Jazez Gaunt's Testament", 21 July 1892 to 4 August 1892 (weekly).
  17. Erminda Rentoul Esler. "Miss Chrissie's Protege", 18 August 1892 to 1 September 1892 (weekly).
  18. Ian Maclaren. "How we Carried the News to Whinnie Knowe", 2 November 1893.
  19. Ian Maclaren. "Beside the Bonnie Briar Bush", 16 November 1893.
  20. Ian Maclaren. "A Lad o' Pairts", 14 December 1893.
  21. Ian Maclaren. "What Eye Hath not Seen", 21 December 1893.
  22. Ian Maclaren. "Against Principalities and Powers", 4 January 1894.
  23. Headon Hill. The Rajah's Second Wife, 4 January 1894 to 26 April 1894 (weekly).
  24. Ian Maclaren. "A Grand Inquisitor", 22 February 1894.
  25. Jane Barlow. "Three Pint Measure", 22 March 1894.
  26. Ian Maclaren. "Like as a Father", 29 March 1894.
  27. Ian Maclaren. "As a Little Child", 12 April 1894.
  28. Ian Maclaren. "The Cunning Speech of Drumtochty", 26 April 1894.
  29. Walter Raymond. "Love and Quiet Life", 3 May 1894.
  30. Walter Raymond. "The Ivory Miniature", 10 May 1894.
  31. Ian Maclaren. "Our Sermon Taster", 17 May 1894.
  32. Ian Maclaren. "The Collapse of Mrs. MacFadyen", 31 May 1894.
  33. Walter Raymond. "The Stranger", 7 June 1894.
  34. Walter Raymond. "Grammer's Pitchers", 14 June 1894.
  35. Ian Maclaren. "General Practitioner", 14 June 1894.
  36. Ian Maclaren. "Through the Flood", 21 June 1894.
  37. Walter Raymond. "Chee-Halo! Halo!", 21 June 1894.
  38. Walter Raymond. "An Old Hymn and a New Book", 28 June 1894.
  39. Ian Maclaren. "A Fight with Death", 5 July 1894.
  40. Walter Raymond. "On Charity, with a Digression into Love", 5 July 1894.
  41. Walter Raymond. "Sutton in Arms", 12 July 1894.
  42. Walter Raymond. "Girt-Gran-Dadder-a-Tookt", 26 July 1894.
  43. Ian Maclaren. "The Doctor's Last Journey", 2 August 1894.
  44. Walter Raymond. "A Song o' Sixpence", 23 August 1894.
  45. Ian Maclaren. "A Triumph in Diplomacy", 23 August 1894.
  46. Walter Raymond. "The Fire of Bristol", 6 September 1894.
  47. Ian Maclaren. "The Country Tyrant", 13 September 1894.
  48. Walter Raymond. "Bridgetown Riots", 13 September 1894.
  49. Walter Raymond. "Tasmin's Return", 20 September 1894.
  50. Ian Maclaren. "For Conscience Sake", 4 October 1894.
  51. Ian Maclaren. "A Displenishing Sale", 1 November 1894.
  52. Ian Maclaren. "An Appeal to Caesar", 15 November 1894.
  53. Ian Maclaren. "The Replenishing of Burnbrae", 29 November 1894.
  54. Ian Maclaren. "Round Drumsheugh's Fireside", 20 December 1894.
  55. Ian Maclaren. "Drumsheugh's Love Story", 10 January 1895.
  56. Ian Maclaren. "Drumsheugh's Reward", 7 February 1895.
  57. Ian Maclaren. "A Manifest Judgment", 7 March 1895.
  58. L. Gladstone. Neil Macleod, 25 November 1897 to 31 March 1898 (weekly).

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