Periodical Information At the Circulating Library

Periodical: The World

History: Full title is The World: A Journal for Men and Women. Published weekly on Wednesday, price 6d. Edited by Edmund Yates.

References: British Library; DNCJ; Law (Besant); Vann (Collins)

Novels and short stories serialized in The World:

  1. Edmund Hodgson Yates. Two By Tricks. 8 July-11 November 1874 (weekly).
  2. Eliza Lynn Linton. "The Best to Win." With a Silken Thread, and Other Stories. 18 August-1 September 1875 (weekly).
  3. Walter Besant. "The Case of Mr. Lucraft." The Case of Mr. Lucraft, and Other Tales. 27 October-10 November 1875 (weekly).
  4. Katharine S. Macquoid. "Lost Rose." Lost Rose, and Other Stories. 22 September-29 September 1875 (weekly).
  5. Wilkie Collins. "Miss Jeromette and the Clergyman." Little Novels. 4-18 August 1875 (weekly).
  6. Walter Besant. The Golden Butterfly. 5 January-18 October 1876 (weekly).
  7. Bertha Henry Buxton. Won!. 3 January-26 September 1877 (weekly).
  8. Walter Besant. The Monks of Thelema. 2 January-2 October 1878 (weekly).
  9. Wilkie Collins. The Fallen Leaves. 1 January-23 July 1879 (weekly).
  10. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. The Story of Barbara. 30 July 1879-17 March 1880 (weekly).
  11. Walter Besant. "The Ten Year's Tenant." The Ten Years' Tenant, and Other Stories. 22 December 1880.
  12. Emily Feake Bridges. "At the Cafe Chantant." Although He was a Lord, and other tales. 21 December 1881.
  13. Florence Warden. A Prince of Darkness. 7 January-2 September 1885 (weekly).
  14. Emma Sarah Williamson. Vashti and Esther. 9 August-25 October 1893 (weekly).