At the Circulating Library Periodical Information: Cassell's Magazine

Periodical: Cassell's Magazine

History: Published weekly on Saturdays, price 1d. Edited by G.M. Fenn (1870– ). Continues Cassell's Illustrated Family Paper. Continued by Cassell's Family Magazine.

References: Ashley; British Library (incomplete); DNCJ; Law (Collins); National Library of Scotland; Vann (Collins and Reade)

Novels and short stories serialized in Cassell's Magazine:

  1. Frederick William Robinson. Anne Judge, Spinster. 9 March 1867 to 28 September 1867 (weekly).
  2. William Moy Thomas. A Fight for Life. 2 May 1867 to 24 October 1867 (weekly).
  3. Frederick William Robinson. Poor Humanity. 5 October 1867 to 25 April 1868 (weekly).
  4. Frederick William Robinson. "Friend Karl." Wrayford's Ward, and Other Tales. 25 December 1867. (Christmas Number; date approximate).
  5. Frederick William Robinson. For Her Sake. 31 October 1868 to 22 May 1869 (weekly).
  6. Julia Bachope Goddard. Baffled. 22 May 1869 to 13 November 1869 (weekly).
  7. J. Sheridan Le Fanu. "A Strange Adventure in the Life of Miss Laura Mildmay." Chronicles of Golden Friars. 2 October 1869 to 13 November 1869 (weekly).
  8. Wilkie Collins. Man and Wife. 20 November 1869 to 30 July 1870 (weekly).
  9. J. Sheridan Le Fanu. Checkmate. 6 August 1870 to 25 February 1871 (weekly).
  10. Charlotte Elizabeth Riddell. "Frank Sinclair's Wife." Frank Sinclair's Wife, and Other Stories. 24 December 1870 to 20 May 1871 (weekly).
  11. Charles Reade. A Terrible Temptation. 4 March 1871 to 26 August 1871 (weekly).
  12. Wilkie Collins. Poor Miss Finch. 2 September 1871 to 24 February 1872 (weekly).
  13. Hesba Stretton. Doctor's Dilemma. 6 January 1872 to 7 September 1872 (weekly).
  14. Frederick William Robinson. Little Kate Kirby. 14 September 1872 to 15 March 1873 (weekly).
  15. Hesba Stretton. Hester Morley's Promise. 22 March 1873 to 4 October 1873 (weekly).
  16. Frederick William Robinson. Second-Cousin Sarah. 11 October 1873 to 11 April 1874 (weekly).
  17. Charles Gibbon. In Honour Bound. 18 April 1874 to 7 November 1874 (weekly).