Periodical: Argosy

Periodical: Argosy

History: Published monthly, priced 6d. Illustrated. Edited by Isa Craig (1865–1867), Ellen Wood (1867–1886), and Charles W. Wood (1887–1898). Published at various times by Alexander Strahan, Bentley, and Macmillan.

References: Ashley; British Periodicals; DNCJ; Sutherland

Novels and short stories serialized in Argosy:

  1. Charles Reade. Griffith Gaunt, illustrated by William Small, December 1865 to November 1866 (monthly).
  2. Amelia B. Edwards. "The Story of Ernst Christian Schoeffer", February 1866.
  3. Henrietta Keddie. "Diana", March 1866 to April 1866 (monthly).
  4. Anthony Trollope. "Father Giles of Ballymoy", May 1866.
  5. Amelia B. Edwards. "The Tragedy in the Palazzo Bardello", June 1866.
  6. Anthony Trollope. "Lotta Schmidt", July 1866.
  7. William Brighty Rands. "Bella's Exciting Day", August 1866.
  8. Anthony Trollope. "The Adventures of Fred Pickering", September 1866.
  9. George MacDonald. "Port in a Storm", November 1866.
  10. George MacDonald. Robert Falconer, illustrated by William Small, December 1866 to November 1867 (monthly).
  11. William Brighty Rands. The Shoemakers' Village, December 1866 to June 1867 (monthly).
  12. Ellen Wood. Anne Hereford, illustrated by Walter Crane, December 1867 to December 1868 (monthly).
  13. Ellen Wood. Johnny Ludlow, February 1868 to May 1872 (monthly).
  14. Charles W. Wood. Buried Alone, July 1868 to December 1868 (monthly).
  15. Ellen Wood. Roland Yorke, illustrated by Tom Gray, January 1869 to December 1869 (monthly).
  16. Ellen Wood. Johnny Ludlow, May 1869 to February 1881 (monthly).
  17. Ellen Wood. Bessy Rane, illustrated by James Abbott Pasquier, January 1870 to December 1870 (monthly).
  18. Ellen Wood. Johnny Ludlow, August 1870 to December 1877 (monthly).
  19. Mary Cecil Hay. "Pennie's Choice", January 1871 to February 1871 (monthly).
  20. Ellen Wood. Dene Hollow, illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1871 to December 1871 (monthly).
  21. Ellen Wood. Within the Maze, illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1872 to December 1872 (monthly).
  22. Mary Cecil Hay. "Larry's Hut", November 1872.
  23. Ellen Wood. The Master of Greylands, illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1873 to December 1873 (monthly).
  24. Mary Cecil Hay. "What Our Advertisement Brought", February 1873.
  25. Mary Cecil Hay. "Guy Newton's Revenge", September 1873.
  26. Thomas Wilkinson Speight. In the Dead of Night, illustrated by Arthur Hopkins, January 1874 to December 1874 (monthly).
  27. Ellen Wood. Told in the Twilight, January 1875 to September 1875 (monthly).
  28. Thomas Wilkinson Speight. A Secret of the Sea, illustrated by Arthur Hopkins, January 1875 to December 1875 (monthly).
  29. Ellen Wood. Edina, illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1876 to December 1876 (monthly).
  30. Anna Harriet Drury. Gabriel's Appointment, illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1877 to December 1877 (monthly).
  31. Ellen Wood. Pomeroy Abbey, illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1878 to December 1878 (monthly).
  32. Anna Harriet Drury. Called to the Rescue, illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1879 to December 1879 (monthly).
  33. Mary Cecil Hay. "One Terrible Christmas Eve", February 1879.
  34. Thomas Wilkinson Speight. The Mysteries of Heron Dyke, illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1880 to December 1880 (monthly).
  35. Ellen Wood. Court Netherleigh, illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1881 to December 1881 (monthly).
  36. Isabella Mayo. Mrs. Raven's Temptation, illustrated by Robert Barnes, January 1882 to December 1882 (monthly).
  37. Margaret Wolfe Hungerford. "A Rose Distill'd", December 1882.
  38. Ellen Wood. "A Soldier's Career", December 1882.
  39. Bella Duffy. Winifred Power, illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1883 to December 1883 (monthly).
  40. Florence Warden. The White Witch, illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1884 to December 1884 (monthly).
  41. Margaret Wolfe Hungerford. "Dr. Ball", February 1884.
  42. Isabella Mayo. The Mystery of Allan Grale, illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1885 to December 1885 (monthly).
  43. Alfred Moberly. Lady Valeria, illustrated by Mary J. Gow, January 1886 to December 1886 (monthly).
  44. Ellen Wood. "Lady Grace", illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1887 to October 1887 (monthly).
  45. Sarah Doudney. The Missing Rubies, illustrated by Frank Dadd, January 1887 to December 1887 (monthly).
  46. Ellen Wood. The Story of Charles Strange, illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1888 to December 1888 (monthly).
  47. Francesca Maria Steele. The Village Blacksmith, illustrated by William Small, January 1889 to December 1889 (monthly).
  48. Ellen Wood. The House of Halliwell, illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1890 to December 1890 (monthly).
  49. Ellen Wood. "Ashley", January 1892 to May 1892 (monthly).
  50. Edith Nesbit. "The Mass for the Dead", April 1892.
  51. Ellen Wallace. Mr. Warrenne, the Medical Practitioner, illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1893 to December 1893 (monthly).
  52. Ellen Wood. "The Engagement of Susan Chase", January 1893 to April 1893 (monthly).
  53. Thomas Wilkinson Speight. The Grey Monk, illustrated by Mary J. Gow, January 1894 to December 1894 (monthly).
  54. Ellen Wood. "Mr. Castonel", illustrated by M. E. Edwards, January 1895 to May 1895 (monthly).
  55. Sydney Hodges. When Leaves were Green, illustrated by Frank Dadd, January 1895 to December 1895 (monthly).
  56. Sarah Doudney. Pilgrims of the Night, illustrated by Unknown, January 1896 to October 1896 (monthly).
  57. Rosa Nouchette Carey. The Mistress of Brae Farm, illustrated by Mary J. Gow, January 1896 to December 1896 (monthly).
  58. Sydney C. Grier. Peace with Honour, illustrated by Alfred Pearse, January 1897 to December 1897 (monthly).
  59. Ellen Wood. "The Prebendary's Daughter", April 1897.
  60. Lizzie Alldridge. The Tower Gardens, illustrated by John H. Bacon, January 1899 to December 1899 (monthly).
  61. Catherine Adams. "Two Christmas Eves", December 1899.
  62. Sydney C. Grier. The Warden of the Marches, illustrated by Alfred Pearse, January 1900 to December 1900 (monthly).
  63. Stella M. Düring. Malicious Fortune, January 1901 to September 1901 (monthly).

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