At the Circulating Library Periodical Information: Tamworth Herald

Periodical: Tamworth Herald

History: Published weekly on Saturdays, price 1d.

References: British Newspaper Archive

Novels and short stories serialized in Tamworth Herald:

  1. J. Sheridan Le Fanu. Willing to Die. 8 January 1881 to 21 May 1881 (weekly).
  2. George Robert Sims. Rogues and Vagabonds. 28 May 1881 to 5 November 1881 (weekly).
  3. Edith Stewart Drewry. On Dangerous Ground. 12 November 1881 to 11 March 1882 (weekly).
  4. Frank Barrett. Folly Morrison. 15 April 1882 to 13 January 1883 (weekly).
  5. David Christie Murray. Joseph's Coat. 13 January 1883 to 1 September 1883 (weekly).
  6. Thomas Wilkinson Speight. The Mysteries of Heron Dyke. 8 September 1883 to 7 June 1884 (weekly).
  7. David Christie Murray. A Life's Atonement. 14 June 1884 to 23 May 1885 (weekly).
  8. Thomas Wilkinson Speight. Under Lock and Key. 6 June 1885 to 5 June 1886 (weekly).
  9. Thomas Wilkinson Speight. Foolish Margaret. 12 June 1886 to 2 April 1887 (weekly).
  10. Thomas Wilkinson Speight. A Secret of the Sea. 9 April 1887 to 23 June 1888 (weekly).
  11. Eliza Margaret von Booth. Darby and Joan. 30 June 1888 to 31 January 1889 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  12. James Murphy. The Haunted Church. 4 January 1890 to 28 June 1890 (weekly).
  13. Albany de Grenier de Fonblanque. A Tangled Skein. 5 July 1890 to 25 July 1891 (weekly).
  14. Ernest Glanville. The Fossicker. 22 April 1893 to 16 September 1893 (weekly).
  15. Jean Middlemass. The Mystery of Clement Dunraven. 16 June 1894 to 13 October 1894 (weekly).
  16. Frederick William Robinson. Christie's Faith. 13 October 1894 to 15 June 1895 (weekly).
  17. Edith Stewart Drewry. For Somebody's Sake. 15 June 1895 to 30 November 1895 (weekly).
  18. Alice Price. A Wilful Young Woman. 7 November 1896 to 30 April 1897 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  19. Morley Roberts. A Son of Empire. 25 August 1900 to 8 December 1900 (weekly).
  20. Herbert Russell. True Blue. 15 December 1900 to 9 March 1901 (weekly).
  21. Jean Middlemass. In Storm and Strife. 7 September 1901 to 30 November 1901 (weekly).