Periodical: Pearson's Weekly

Periodical: Pearson's Weekly

History: Published weekly on Saturdays, price 1d. Illustrated. Published by C. Arthur Pearson.

References: George Locke, Pearson's Weekly: A Checklist of Fiction 1890–1939 (Ferret Fantasy, 1990)

Novels and short stories serialized in Pearson's Weekly:

  1. Marcus Clarke. His Natural Life, 4 June 1892 to 28 January 1893 (weekly).
  2. George Griffith. The Angel of the Revolution, 21 January 1893 to 14 October 1893 (weekly).
  3. Henry Herman. Woman, the Mystery, 12 August 1893 to 16 December 1893 (weekly).
  4. Grant Allen. "The Reverend John Creedy", 21 October 1893.
  5. Grant Allen. "The Foundering of the 'Fortuna'", 28 October 1893.
  6. Grant Allen. "The Search Party's Find", 4 November 1893.
  7. Grant Allen. "Mr Chung", 11 November 1893.
  8. Grant Allen. "The Beckoning Hand", 18 November 1893.
  9. Grant Allen. "The Third Time", 25 November 1893.
  10. Grant Allen. "Olga Davidoff's Husband", 2 December 1893.
  11. Grant Allen. "My New Year's Eve among the Mummies", 9 December 1893.
  12. George Griffith. Olga Romanoff, 30 December 1893 to 4 August 1894 (weekly).
  13. H. Rider Haggard. Heart of the World, 11 August 1894 to 26 January 1895 (weekly).
  14. Joan Barrett. "A Big Stake", 13 October 1894.
  15. Joan Barrett. "A Woman's Lie", 20 October 1894.
  16. Joan Barrett. "Why John Gerald was Murdered", 27 October 1894.
  17. Joan Barrett. "Rouge et Noir", 3 November 1894.
  18. Joan Barrett. "The Man Who Never Lost", 10 November 1894.
  19. Headon Hill. "The Divinations of the Kodak Film", 1 December 1894.
  20. Headon Hill. "The Divinations of the Vagus Nerve", 15 December 1894.
  21. Allen Upward. A Bride's Madness, 29 December 1894.
  22. Joan Barrett. "Kismet", 29 December 1894.
  23. Joan Barrett. "Easily Won, Easily Lost", 5 January 1895.
  24. Joan Barrett. "The Mystery of Villa Franciosy", 12 January 1895.
  25. Joan Barrett. "The Last Elegy", 19 January 1895.
  26. Joan Barrett. "How Donald Charteris Saved his Wife", 26 January 1895.
  27. George Griffith. Valdar the Oft-Born, 2 February 1895 to 24 August 1895 (weekly).
  28. Headon Hill. Guilty Gold, 10 August 1895 to 21 December 1895 (weekly).
  29. Louis Tracy. The Final War, 28 December 1895 to 1 August 1896 (weekly).
  30. George Griffith. Briton or Boer?, 8 August 1896 to 9 January 1897 (weekly).
  31. Louis Tracy. An American Emperor, 26 December 1896 to 26 June 1897 (weekly).
  32. H. G. Wells. The Invisible Man, 12 June 1897 to 7 August 1897 (weekly).
  33. Max Pemberton. The Phantom Army, 7 August 1897 to 1 January 1898 (weekly).
  34. George Griffith. "The Great Crellin Comet", 25 December 1897. (Christmas Number).
  35. Louis Tracy. The Lost Provinces, 1 January 1898 to 11 June 1898 (weekly).
  36. M. P. Shiel. Contraband of War, 7 May 1898 to 9 July 1898 (weekly).
  37. Austin Fryers. A Pauper Millionaire, 6 August 1898 to 1 October 1898 (weekly).
  38. George Griffith. "Hellville, U.S.A.", 6 August 1898.
  39. George Griffith. The Rose of Judah, 8 October 1898 to 28 January 1899 (weekly).
  40. M. P. Shiel. Cold Steel, 31 December 1898 to 6 May 1899 (weekly).
  41. Headon Hill. Caged!, 8 April 1899 to 5 August 1899 (weekly).
  42. Matthias MacDonnell Bodkin. Dora Myrl, the Lady Detective, 27 May 1899 to 16 September 1899 (weekly).
  43. Major Arthur George Frederick Griffiths. The Brand of the Broad Arrow, 12 August 1899 to 30 December 1899 (weekly).
  44. Louis Tracy. The Invaders, 10 March 1900 to 11 August 1900 (weekly).

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