At the Circulating Library Periodical Information: Boy's Own Paper

Periodical: Boy's Own Paper

History: Published weekly, priced 1d. Illustrated. Published by R.T.S. Edited by James Macaulay (1879–97) and George A. Hutchison (1879–1912).

References: Ashley; DNCJ; Nineteenth-Century UK Periodicals: New Readerships; Sutherland

Novels and short stories serialized in Boy's Own Paper:

  1. William Henry Giles Kingston. From Powder Monkey to Admiral. 18 January 1879 to 27 September 1879 (weekly).
  2. Thomas Street Millington. Under a Cloud. 10 May 1879 to 16 August 1879 (weekly).
  3. Jules Verne. Dick Sands, the Boy Captain. 4 October 1879 to 24 July 1880 (weekly).
  4. William Henry Giles Kingston. Peter Trawl. 4 October 1879 to 8 May 1880 (weekly).
  5. R. M. Ballantyne. The Red Man's Revenge. 4 October 1879 to 27 March 1880 (weekly).
  6. Thomas Street Millington. Some of our Fellows. 8 November 1879 to 17 April 1880 (weekly).
  7. Talbot Baines Reed. The Adventures of a Three Guinea Watch. 2 October 1880 to 16 April 1881 (weekly).
  8. William Gordon Stables. The Cruise of the Snowbird. 19 March 1881 to 24 September 1881 (weekly).
  9. William Henry Giles Kingston. James Braithwaite, the Supercargo. 26 March 1881 to 27 August 1881 (weekly).
  10. Jules Verne. The Giant Raft. 16 April 1881 to 24 September 1881 (weekly).
  11. Talbot Baines Reed. The Fifth Form at St. Dominic's. 1 October 1881 to 24 June 1882 (weekly).
  12. Jules Verne. The Giant Raft. 1 October 1881 to 11 March 1882 (weekly).
  13. William Gordon Stables. Wild Adventures round the Pole. 1 October 1881 to 27 May 1882 (weekly).
  14. Thomas Street Millington. Through Fire and Through Water. 22 April 1882 to 30 September 1882 (weekly).
  15. Talbot Baines Reed. My Friend Smith. 7 October 1882 to 30 June 1883 (weekly).
  16. Louis Rousselet. The Drummer Boy. 7 October 1882 to 26 May 1883 (weekly).
  17. Jules Verne. Godfrey Morgan. 7 October 1882 to 10 March 1883 (weekly).
  18. William Gordon Stables. Stanley Grahame, Boy and Man. 10 February 1883 to 4 August 1883 (weekly).
  19. R. M. Ballantyne. Twice Bought. 17 March 1883 to 4 August 1883 (weekly).
  20. Henry Cadwallader Adams. For James or George. 6 October 1883 to 5 April 1884 (weekly).
  21. Arthur Noel Malan. Schooldays at Highfield House. 6 October 1883 to 27 October 1883 (weekly).
  22. George Manville Fenn. The Silver CaƱon. 6 October 1883 to 12 July 1884 (weekly).
  23. Talbot Baines Reed. The Willoughby Captains. 6 October 1883 to 7 June 1884 (weekly).
  24. Louis Rousselet. The King of the Tigers. 5 April 1884 to 27 September 1884 (weekly).
  25. James Frederick Hodgetts. Harold the Boy-Earl. 12 April 1884 to 27 September 1884 (weekly).
  26. Jules Verne. The Vanished Diamond. 4 October 1884 to 28 March 1885 (weekly).
  27. Talbot Baines Reed. Reginald Cruden. 4 April 1885 to 26 September 1885 (weekly).
  28. William Gordon Stables. On Special Service. 11 April 1885 to 12 September 1885 (weekly).
  29. Ascott R. Hope. "Up and Down: A Story of the Ocean Wave." Schoolboy Stories. 4 July 1885 to 25 July 1885 (weekly).
  30. Thomas Street Millington. A Great Mistake. 3 October 1885 to 5 June 1886 (weekly).
  31. James Frederick Hodgetts. Kormak the Viking. 3 October 1885 to 20 March 1886 (weekly).
  32. David Ker. Ilderim the Afghan. 3 October 1885 to 20 February 1886 (weekly).
  33. Jessie Margaret Edmonston Saxby. The Lads of Lunda. 20 February 1886 to 27 March 1886 (weekly).
  34. R. M. Ballantyne. The Prairie Chief. 6 March 1886 to 22 May 1886 (weekly).
  35. William Henry Giles Kingston. Roger Kyffin's Ward. 3 April 1886 to 25 September 1886 (weekly).
  36. Talbot Baines Reed. A Dog with a Bad Name. 1 July 1886 to 30 June 1887 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  37. Arthur Conan Doyle. "A Literary Mosaic." The Captain of the Polestar and Other Tales. 25 December 1886. (Christmas Number).
  38. Talbot Baines Reed. The Master of the Shell. 1 July 1887 to 30 June 1888 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  39. Lady Barker. Harry Treverton, His Tramps and Troubles Told by Himself. 1 October 1887 to 31 December 1887 (weekly).
  40. R. M. Ballantyne. The Middy and the Moors. 7 January 1888 to 5 May 1888 (weekly).
  41. William Gordon Stables. For England, Home, and Beauty. 7 April 1888 to 29 September 1888 (weekly).
  42. Talbot Baines Reed. Sir Ludar. 1 January 1889 to 31 December 1889 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  43. William Gordon Stables. Our Home in the Silver West. 5 October 1889 to 29 March 1890 (weekly).
  44. Arthur Noel Malan. Uncle Towser. 5 October 1889 to 8 March 1890 (weekly).
  45. Jules Verne. The Purchase of the North Pole. 1 March 1890 to 5 July 1890 (weekly).
  46. Talbot Baines Reed. The Cock-house at Fellsgarth. 1 January 1891 to 31 December 1891 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  47. Ashmore Russan. The Orchid Seekers. 30 January 1892 to 27 August 1892 (weekly).
  48. William Gordon Stables. Just like Jack. 6 February 1892 to 30 July 1892 (weekly).
  49. James Macdonald Oxley. Archie M'Kenzie, the Young Nor'-Wester. 28 May 1892 to 24 September 1892 (weekly).
  50. Talbot Baines Reed. Tom, Dick and Harry. 1 July 1892 to 30 June 1893 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  51. Jules Verne. The Castle of the Carpathians. 11 March 1893 to 8 July 1893 (weekly).
  52. Jules Verne. Claudius Bombarnac. 7 October 1893 to 7 April 1894 (weekly).
  53. G. Demage. A Plunge into the Sahara. 31 March 1894 to 1 September 1894 (weekly).
  54. William Gordon Stables. In the Land of the Lion and the Ostrich. 6 October 1894 to 30 March 1895 (weekly).
  55. Arthur Noel Malan. The Wallaby Man. 6 October 1894 to 9 March 1895 (weekly).
  56. Jules Verne. Captain Antifer. 23 February 1895 to 28 September 1895 (weekly).
  57. William Gordon Stables. A Life on the Ocean Wave. 5 October 1895 to 2 May 1896 (weekly).
  58. William Gordon Stables. Frank Hardinge. 3 October 1896 to 3 April 1897 (weekly).
  59. Charles Harold Avery. The Triple Alliance. 6 March 1897 to 7 August 1897 (weekly).
  60. Charles Harold Avery. Mobsley's Mohicans. 2 October 1897 to 12 February 1898 (weekly).
  61. George Manville Fenn. Nic Revel. 2 October 1897 to 14 May 1898 (weekly).
  62. Ascott R. Hope. Sandy's Secret. 16 October 1897 to 20 November 1897 (weekly).
  63. Jules Verne. For the Flag. 29 January 1898 to 28 May 1898 (weekly).
  64. Jules Verne. An Antarctic Mystery. 25 February 1899 to 16 September 1899 (weekly).
  65. William Gordon Stables. Allan Adair. 1 April 1899 to 23 September 1899 (weekly).
  66. James Macdonald Oxley. North Overland with Franklin. 13 May 1899 to 30 September 1899 (weekly).
  67. Jules Verne. The Will of an Eccentric. 1 March 1900 to 29 September 1900 (weekly).
  68. James Macdonald Oxley. Norman's Nugget. 6 October 1900 to 2 February 1901 (weekly).
  69. William Gordon Stables. The Cruise of the "Arctic Fox" in Icy Seas around the Pole. 5 January 1901 to 29 June 1901 (weekly).
  70. Louis Becke. "Old Mary." Yorke the Adventurer and Other Stories. 4 May 1901 to 18 May 1901 (weekly).