At the Circulating Library Periodical Information: All the Year Round

Periodical: All the Year Round

History: Published weekly on Saturdays, price 2d. Edited by Charles Dickens (1859–1870) and Charles Dickens, Jr. (1870–1895).

References: British Periodicals; Dickens Journals Online (http://www.djo.org.uk/all-the-year-round.html); DNCJ; Ella Ann Oppenlander, Dickens' All the Year Round: Descriptive Index and Contributor List (Whitston, 1984); Sutherland

Novels and short stories serialized in All the Year Round:

  1. Charles Dickens. A Tale of Two Cities. 30 April 1859 to 26 November 1859 (weekly).
  2. Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell. "Lois the Witch." Right at Last and Other Tales. 8 October 1859 to 22 October 1859 (weekly).
  3. Wilkie Collins. The Woman in White. 26 November 1859 to 25 August 1860 (weekly).
  4. Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell. "The Crooked Branch." Right at Last and Other Tales. 13 December 1859. (Christmas Number 1859).
  5. Wilkie Collins. "Blown Up with the Brig!." Miss or Mrs.? and Other Stories in Outline. 13 December 1859. (Christmas Number 1859).
  6. Henry Spicer. "Mutiny Aboard the Minnie Jimps." Bound to Please. 28 July 1860.
  7. Charles James Lever. A Day's Ride. 18 August 1860 to 23 March 1861 (weekly).
  8. Charles Dickens. Great Expectations. 1 December 1860 to 3 August 1861 (weekly).
  9. Eliza Lynn Linton. "The Family at Fenhouse." With a Silken Thread, and Other Stories. 22 December 1860.
  10. Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell. "The Grey Woman." The Grey Woman and Other Tales. 5 January 1861 to 19 January 1861 (weekly).
  11. Edward Bulwer Lytton. A Strange Story. 10 August 1861 to 8 March 1862 (weekly).
  12. Wilkie Collins. "The Fatal Cradle." Miss or Mrs.? and Other Stories in Outline. 12 December 1861. (Christmas Number 1861).
  13. John Berwick Harwood. "Picking Up a Pocket-Book." Odd Neighbours. 25 December 1861. (Christmas Number).
  14. Wilkie Collins. No Name. 15 March 1862 to 17 January 1863 (weekly).
  15. Henry Spicer. "Solid Reasons." Bound to Please. 23 August 1862.
  16. Henry Spicer. "An Interesting Young Person." Bound to Please. 27 September 1862.
  17. John Berwick Harwood. "Only One Room." Odd Neighbours. 29 November 1862.
  18. Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell. A Dark Night's Work. 24 January 1863 to 21 February 1863 (weekly).
  19. John Berwick Harwood. "A Cheap Passage Home." Odd Neighbours. 14 February 1863.
  20. Charles Reade. Hard Cash. 28 March 1863 to 26 December 1863 (weekly).
  21. Henry Spicer. "Drawing a Badger." Bound to Please. 29 August 1863.
  22. Henry Spicer. A White Hand and a Black Thumb. And Cousin Cis. 2 January 1864 to 6 February 1864 (weekly).
  23. George Augustus Sala. Quite Alone. 13 February 1864 to 12 November 1864 (weekly).
  24. Percy H. Fitzgerald. Never Forgotten. 3 September 1864 to 1 April 1865 (weekly).
  25. Caroline Leigh Gascoigne. "Clement Carew." Dr. Harold's Note-Book. 7 January 1865 to 14 January 1865 (weekly).
  26. Amelia B. Edwards. Half a Million of Money. 22 April 1865 to 23 December 1865 (weekly).
  27. Percy H. Fitzgerald. The Second Mrs. Tillotson. 13 January 1866 to 25 August 1866 (weekly).
  28. Frances Eleanor Trollope. Aunt Margaret's Troubles. 14 July 1866 to 18 August 1866 (weekly).
  29. Edmund Hodgson Yates. Black Sheep. 25 August 1866 to 30 March 1867 (weekly).
  30. Henry Spicer. "A Mere Scratch." Bound to Please. 6 October 1866 to 3 November 1866 (weekly).
  31. Frances Eleanor Trollope. Mabel's Progress. 6 April 1867 to 2 November 1867 (weekly).
  32. Percy H. Fitzgerald. The Dear Girl. 19 October 1867 to 8 February 1868 (weekly).
  33. Wilkie Collins. The Moonstone. 4 January 1868 to 8 August 1868 (weekly).
  34. Rosa Mulholland. Hester's History. 29 August 1868 to 28 November 1868 (weekly).
  35. Edmund Hodgson Yates. Wrecked in Port. 5 December 1868 to 7 August 1869 (weekly).
  36. Percy H. Fitzgerald. Fatal Zero. 5 December 1868 to 13 March 1869 (weekly).
  37. Frances Eleanor Trollope. Veronica. 7 August 1869 to 30 April 1870 (weekly).
  38. Emily Jolly. "An Experience." A Wife's Story, and Other Tales. 14 August 1869 to 21 August 1869 (weekly).
  39. J. Sheridan Le Fanu. "Green Tea." In a Glass Darkly. 23 October 1869 to 13 November 1869 (weekly).
  40. William Alexander. "The Glengillogram Cattle Show." Sketches of Life Among my Ain Folk. 11 December 1869.
  41. William Alexander. "The Glengillogram Ploughing Match." Sketches of Life Among my Ain Folk. 5 February 1870.
  42. Emily Jolly. "Daisy's Trials." A Wife's Story, and Other Tales. 15 October 1870 to 26 November 1870 (weekly).
  43. J. Sheridan Le Fanu. The Rose and the Key. 21 January 1871 to 23 September 1871 (weekly).
  44. Eliza Lynn Linton. "Dear Davie." With a Silken Thread, and Other Stories. 18 March 1871.
  45. Edmund Hodgson Yates. Castaway. 8 July 1871 to 9 March 1872 (weekly).
  46. Amelia B. Edwards. "In the Confessional." Monsieur Maurice, a New Novelette. 4 December 1871.
  47. Eliza Lynn Linton. "The Last Tenants of Hangman's House." With a Silken Thread, and Other Stories. 4 December 1871. (Christmas Number 1871).
  48. Rosa Mulholland. The Wicked Woods of Tobereevil. 16 December 1871 to 22 June 1872 (weekly).
  49. Eliza Lynn Linton. "The White Witch of Combe Andrew." With a Silken Thread, and Other Stories. 23 December 1871.
  50. Edmund Hodgson Yates. The Yellow Flag. 27 April 1872 to 7 December 1872 (weekly).
  51. J. Sheridan Le Fanu. Willing to Die. 21 September 1872 to 24 May 1873 (weekly).
  52. Eliza Lynn Linton. "The Fate of Madame Cabanel." With a Silken Thread, and Other Stories. 16 December 1872.
  53. Eliza Lynn Linton. "Galloping Dick." With a Silken Thread, and Other Stories. 15 February 1873.
  54. Edward Dutton Cook. Young Mr. Nightingale. 17 May 1873 to 28 March 1874 (weekly).
  55. Annie Thomas. No Alternative. 5 July 1873 to 4 October 1873 (weekly).
  56. James Payn. At Her Mercy. 11 October 1873 to 25 April 1874 (weekly).
  57. Annie Thomas. A Narrow Escape. 2 May 1874 to 6 February 1875 (weekly).
  58. Emily Jolly. Safely Married. 6 June 1874 to 26 September 1874 (weekly).
  59. Wilkie Collins. "A Mad Marriage." Miss or Mrs.? and Other Stories in Outline. 17 October 1874 to 24 October 1874 (weekly).
  60. Edmund Hodgson Yates. A Silent Witness. 17 October 1874 to 29 May 1875 (weekly).
  61. Frances Eleanor Trollope. A Charming Fellow. 27 February 1875 to 12 February 1876 (weekly).
  62. James Payn. Halves. 19 June 1875 to 27 November 1875 (weekly).
  63. Frances Cashel Hoey. Griffith's Double. 4 December 1875 to 5 August 1876 (weekly).
  64. Percy H. Fitzgerald. The Parvenu Family. 19 February 1876 to 21 October 1876 (weekly).
  65. James Payn. What He Cost Her. 12 August 1876 to 2 June 1877 (weekly).
  66. Edward Dutton Cook. Doubleday's Children. 2 December 1876 to 13 October 1877 (weekly).
  67. Robert Edward Francillon. Strange Waters. 9 June 1877 to 25 May 1878 (weekly).
  68. Wilkie Collins. "Mr. Percy and the Prophet." Little Novels. 2 July 1877. (Summer Number 1877).
  69. Anthony Trollope. Is He Popenjoy?. 13 October 1877 to 13 July 1878 (weekly).
  70. Walter Besant. "Shepherds All and Maidens Fair." 'Twas in Trafalgar's Bay, and Other Stories. 3 December 1877. (Christmas Number 1877).
  71. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. "Dr. Carrick." Flower and Weed and Other Tales. 1 July 1878. (Summer Number 1878).
  72. Frances Cashel Hoey. All, or Nothing. 13 July 1878 to 8 March 1879 (weekly).
  73. Theo Gift. An Island Princess. 3 August 1878 to 14 September 1878 (weekly).
  74. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Vixen. 5 October 1878 to 14 June 1879 (weekly).
  75. Walter Besant. "'Twas in Trafalgar's Bay." 'Twas in Trafalgar's Bay, and Other Stories. 2 December 1878. (Christmas Number 1878).
  76. Bertha Jane Adams. "My Land of Beulah." My Land of Beulah, and Other Stories. 5 April 1879 to 5 July 1879 (weekly).
  77. David Christie Murray. "Mr. Bowker's Courtship." Coals of Fire, and Other Stories. 12 April 1879.
  78. Julian Hawthorne. Sebastian Strome. 3 May 1879 to 1 November 1879 (weekly).
  79. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. "The Shadow in the Corner." Flower and Weed and Other Tales. 1 July 1879. (Summer Number 1879).
  80. Anthony Trollope. The Duke's Children. 4 October 1879 to 24 July 1880 (weekly).
  81. Walter Besant. "Sweet Nelly, My Heart's Desire." The Ten Years' Tenant, and Other Stories. 1 December 1879. (Christmas Number 1879).
  82. Benjamin Leopold Farjeon. In a Silver Sea. 3 January 1880 to 18 September 1880 (weekly).
  83. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Asphodel. 31 July 1880 to 19 March 1881 (weekly).
  84. Theo Gift. Visited on the Children. 25 September 1880 to 14 May 1881 (weekly).
  85. Frances Cashel Hoey. The Question of Cain. 26 March 1881 to 10 December 1881 (weekly).
  86. Bertha Jane Adams. "Lady Deane." Lady Deane, and Other Stories. 21 May 1881 to 9 July 1881 (weekly).
  87. Robert Edward Francillon. Jack Doyle's Daughter. 16 July 1881 to 10 June 1882 (weekly).
  88. Anthony Trollope. Mr. Scarborough's Family. 27 May 1882 to 16 June 1883 (weekly).
  89. Frederick John Fargus. "A Speculative Spirit." Bound Together. 3 June 1882.
  90. Bertha Jane Adams. Geoffrey Stirling. 30 September 1882 to 26 May 1883 (weekly).
  91. Frederick John Fargus. "A Cabinet Secret." Bound Together. 9 December 1882.
  92. Annie Thomas. Jenifer. 26 May 1883 to 19 January 1884 (weekly).
  93. Richard Ashe King. A Drawn Game. 13 October 1883 to 23 August 1884 (weekly).
  94. Walter Besant. "A Glorious Fortune." Uncle Jack, etc.. 13 November 1883. (Christmas Number 1883).
  95. Eleanor C. Price. Gerald. 5 April 1884 to 15 November 1884 (weekly).
  96. Catherine Louisa Pirkis. Lady Lovelace. 1 November 1884 to 30 May 1885 (weekly).
  97. Walter Besant. "In Luck at Last." Uncle Jack, etc.. 13 November 1884. (Christmas Number 1884).
  98. Matilda Barbara Betham-Edwards. "The Flower of Doom: or, The Conspirator." The Flower of Doom. 21 March 1885 to 2 May 1885 (weekly).
  99. Frances Cashel Hoey. A Stern Chase. 29 August 1885 to 1 May 1886 (weekly).
  100. Walter Besant. "Self or Bearer." To Call Her Mine, etc.. 12 November 1885. (Christmas Number 1885).
  101. Theo Gift. Victims. 30 January 1886 to 4 September 1886 (weekly).
  102. Catherine Louisa Pirkis. A Dateless Bargain. 7 August 1886 to 29 January 1887 (weekly).
  103. Walter Besant. "The Holy Rose." The Holy Rose, etc.. 12 November 1886. (Christmas Number 1886).
  104. Eliza Margaret von Booth. Gretchen. 22 January 1887 to 1 October 1887 (weekly).
  105. Grace L. Keith Johnston. Uncle Bob's Niece. 30 April 1887 to 24 December 1887 (weekly).
  106. Eleanor C. Price. Red Towers. 31 December 1887 to 25 August 1888 (weekly).
  107. Catherine Louisa Pirkis. At the Moment of Victory. 16 June 1888 to 29 December 1888 (weekly).
  108. Eliza Margaret von Booth. Miss Kate. 5 January 1889 to 6 April 1889 (weekly).
  109. Bertha Jane Adams. Louis Draycott. 9 March 1889 to 10 August 1889 (weekly).
  110. Thomas Cobb. Brownie's Plot. 8 June 1889 to 7 September 1889 (weekly).
  111. Esmé Stuart. Kestell of Greystone. 7 September 1889 to 12 July 1890 (weekly).
  112. Catherine Louisa Pirkis. A Red Sister. 12 April 1890 to 27 September 1890 (weekly).
  113. Eliza Margaret von Booth. The Laird O' Cockpen. 4 October 1890 to 28 March 1891 (weekly).
  114. Mary Angela Dickens. Cross Currents. 28 March 1891 to 19 September 1891 (weekly).
  115. Bertha Jane Adams. A Garrison Romance. 25 April 1891 to 25 July 1891 (weekly).
  116. Esmé Stuart. By Right of Succession. 26 September 1891 to 11 June 1892 (weekly).
  117. Margaret Alice Moule. The Thirteenth Brydain. 27 February 1892 to 9 July 1892 (weekly).
  118. Eleanor C. Price. Miss Latimer of Bryans. 18 June 1892 to 18 February 1893 (weekly).
  119. Mary Angela Dickens. A Valient Ignorance. 7 January 1893 to 26 August 1893 (weekly).
  120. Esmé Stuart. Married to Order. 6 January 1894 to 1 September 1894 (weekly).
  121. Mary Angela Dickens. Prisoners of Silence. 4 August 1894 to 16 March 1895 (weekly).