At the Circulating Library Periodical Information: The Quiver

Periodical: The Quiver

History: Published weekly, price 1d. Illustrated. In the 1880s, switched to monthly.

References: Ashley; British Periodicals; DNCJ; Sutherland

Novels and short stories serialized in The Quiver:

  1. Ellen Wood. The Channings. 7 September 1861 to 29 March 1862 (weekly).
  2. Ellen Wood. Mrs. Halliburton's Troubles. 19 April 1862 to 6 December 1862 (weekly).
  3. Ellen Wood. William Allair. 13 December 1862 to 31 January 1863 (weekly).
  4. Ellen Wood. Trevlyn Hold. 7 February 1863 to 19 September 1863 (weekly).
  5. John Cordy Jeaffreson. Not Dead Yet. 26 September 1863 to 4 June 1864 (weekly).
  6. Frederic William Farrar. St. Winifred's. 9 January 1864 to 30 July 1864 (weekly).
  7. Clara Lucas Balfour. The Family Honour. 23 September 1865 to 28 April 1866 (weekly).
  8. Mary Kirby. Deepdale Vicarage. 22 September 1866 to 30 March 1867 (weekly).
  9. William Henry Giles Kingston. "The Good Captain." The Ferryman of Brill and Other Stories. 6 October 1866.
  10. Mary Kirby. The Half-Sisters. 30 March 1867 to 21 September 1867 (weekly).
  11. William Henry Giles Kingston. "Two Sailor Boys." The Ferryman of Brill and Other Stories. 21 April 1867.
  12. William Henry Giles Kingston. "The Indian Mother." The Ferryman of Brill and Other Stories. 27 July 1867.
  13. William Henry Giles Kingston. "Faithful and Brave." The Ferryman of Brill and Other Stories. 2 November 1867.
  14. Isa Craig. Esther West. 10 October 1868 to 3 April 1869 (weekly).
  15. William Henry Giles Kingston. "The Smuggler's Fate." The Ferryman of Brill and Other Stories. 20 March 1869.
  16. William Henry Giles Kingston. "Frank Carlton: A Story of Niagara." The Ferryman of Brill and Other Stories. 17 July 1869.
  17. Mary Kirby. In Duty Bound. 9 October 1869 to 26 March 1870 (weekly).
  18. William Henry Giles Kingston. "Peter Kopplestock, the Ferryman of Brill." The Ferryman of Brill and Other Stories. 11 February 1871 to 25 February 1871 (weekly).
  19. William Gilbert. Clara Levesque. 6 April 1872 to 12 October 1872 (weekly).
  20. BTAO "The Troubles of Chatty and Molly". The Dingy House at Kensington. 6 July 1872 to 12 October 1872 (weekly).
  21. Jeanie Hering. Truth Will Out. 8 February 1873 to 17 May 1873 (weekly).
  22. Sarah Anne Jeffreys. Better Than Gold. 29 June 1873 to 28 December 1873 (weekly).
  23. Louisa Caroline Silke. Surly Bob. 25 September 1875 to 25 December 1875 (weekly).
  24. Anne Beale. The Pennant Family. 1 January 1876 to 1 July 1876 (weekly).
  25. William Henry Giles Kingston. Jovinian. 17 February 1877 to 9 June 1877 (weekly).
  26. Anne Beale. The Miller's Daughter. 30 June 1877 to 29 December 1877 (weekly).
  27. Anne Beale. Rose Mervyn of Whitelake. 4 January 1879 to 28 June 1879 (weekly).
  28. Louisa A. Crow. Mollie's Maidens. January 1885 to December 1885 (monthly).
  29. Evelyn Ward Everett Green. Oliver Langton's Ward. January 1886 to June 1886 (monthly).
  30. Sarah Doudney. Miss Willowburn's Offer. January 1887 to April 1887 (monthly).
  31. Elizabeth Neal. My Brother Basil. May 1887 to December 1887 (monthly).
  32. Alfred John Church. To the Lions. January 1889 to June 1889 (monthly).
  33. Alice Price. Hilary St. John. January 1889 to August 1889 (monthly).
  34. Evelyn Ward Everett Green. Dorothy's Vocation. July 1889 to December 1889 (monthly).
  35. Elizabeth Neal. Sifted as Wheat. January 1891 to April 1891 (monthly).
  36. William Edward Tirebuck. The White Woman. January 1898 to June 1898 (monthly).
  37. Katharine Tynan. She Walks in Beauty. January 1899 to June 1899 (monthly). (Dates approximate).
  38. Ethel Forster Heddle. Colina's Island. July 1899 to December 1899 (monthly).