At the Circulating Library Periodical Information: The Northampton Mercury

Periodical: The Northampton Mercury

History: Published weekly on Saturdays, price 2d. By 1900, published weekly on Fridays, price 1d.

References: British Newspaper Archive

Novels and short stories serialized in The Northampton Mercury:

  1. George Robert Sims. Rogues and Vagabonds. 22 January 1881 to 4 June 1881 (weekly).
  2. John Saunders. Victor or Victim. 5 November 1881 to 24 December 1881 (weekly).
  3. Frank Barrett. Folly Morrison. 25 March 1882 to 26 August 1882 (weekly).
  4. David Christie Murray. Joseph's Coat. 4 November 1882 to 21 April 1883 (weekly).
  5. Adeline Sergeant. Jacobi's Wife. 23 June 1883 to 9 February 1884 (weekly).
  6. David Christie Murray. A Life's Atonement. 23 February 1884 to 23 August 1884 (weekly).
  7. Thomas Wilkinson Speight. Under Lock and Key. 23 August 1884 to 7 February 1885 (weekly).
  8. Wilkie Collins. The Evil Genius. 6 March 1886 to 11 September 1886 (weekly).
  9. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. The One Thing Needful. 18 September 1886 to 29 January 1887 (weekly).
  10. William Black. Sabina Zembra. 12 February 1887 to 6 August 1887 (weekly).
  11. Walter Besant. Herr Paulus. 10 September 1887 to 3 March 1888 (weekly).
  12. Lillian Spender. Her Brother's Keeper. 10 March 1888 to 11 August 1888 (weekly).
  13. George Robert Sims. "The Bloomsbury Murder." Tales of To-day. 18 August 1888 to 1 September 1888 (weekly).
  14. George Robert Sims. "A Trip to the Derby." Tales of To-day. 8 September 1888.
  15. George Robert Sims. "The Earl's Wife." Tales of To-day. 15 September 1888 to 22 September 1888 (weekly).
  16. George Robert Sims. "A Private Inquiry." Tales of To-day. 6 October 1888.
  17. George Robert Sims. "Will Orpington." Tales of To-day. 13 October 1888 to 20 October 1888 (weekly).
  18. George Robert Sims. "Clara Markham." Tales of To-day. 27 October 1888.
  19. George Robert Sims. "A Missing Husband." Tales of To-day. 3 November 1888 to 10 November 1888 (weekly).
  20. George Robert Sims. "Seraphim Soap." Tales of To-day. 17 November 1888.
  21. George Robert Sims. "A Casual Meeting." Tales of To-day. 24 November 1888 to 8 December 1888 (weekly).
  22. George Robert Sims. "The Lost Bride." Tales of To-day. 15 December 1888.
  23. George Robert Sims. "A Railway Romance." Tales of To-day. 22 December 1888.
  24. George Robert Sims. "The Prison Baby." Tales of To-day. 29 December 1888 to 5 January 1889 (weekly).
  25. Eliza Margaret von Booth. Darby and Joan. 27 April 1889 to 31 August 1889 (weekly).
  26. Henrietta Eliza Vaughan Stannard. Buttons. 7 September 1889 to 12 October 1889 (weekly).
  27. Jules Verne. A Family without a Name. 2 May 1890 to 10 October 1890 (weekly).
  28. Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch. The Splendid Spur. 6 March 1891 to 26 June 1891 (weekly).
  29. Rayne Butler. In the Power of Two. The Spider and the Fly. 3 July 1891 to 11 September 1891 (weekly).
  30. Benjamin Leopold Farjeon. Aaron the Jew. 22 September 1893 to 9 March 1894 (weekly).
  31. Sir Henry Morton Stanley. My Kalulu, Prince, King, and Slave. 13 July 1894 to 25 January 1895 (weekly).
  32. Dora Russell. The Last Signal. 1 February 1895 to 2 August 1895 (weekly).
  33. Mary H. Folkard. Within her Grasp. 1 December 1896 to 9 July 1897 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  34. George Alfred Henty. The Queen's Cup. 23 July 1897 to 25 February 1898 (weekly).
  35. Walter Wood. Through Battle to Promotion. 29 April 1898 to 19 August 1898 (weekly).
  36. George Griffith. The Justice of Revenge. 20 July 1900 to 2 November 1900 (weekly).
  37. Richard Marsh. The Joss. 9 November 1900 to 8 March 1901 (weekly).
  38. Richard Marsh. The Twickenham Peerage. 18 October 1901 to 21 March 1902 (weekly).