At the Circulating Library Periodical Information: The Bristol Mercury

Periodical: The Bristol Mercury

History: Published daily, price 1d. A weekly supplement published on Saturdays carried fiction.

References: British Newspaper Archive

Novels and short stories serialized in The Bristol Mercury:

  1. Capt. Mayne Reid. Gwen Wynn. 3 June 1876 to 25 November 1876 (weekly).
  2. James Payn. Less Black Than We're Painted. 1 December 1877 to 4 May 1878 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  3. George Manville Fenn. The Parson o' Dumford. 29 June 1878 to 4 January 1879 (weekly).
  4. Isabella Banks. Wooers and Winners. 5 April 1879 to 30 September 1879 (weekly). (End date approximate).
  5. Capt. Mayne Reid. No Quarter. 3 April 1880 to 2 October 1880 (weekly).
  6. George Manville Fenn. The Vicar's People. 2 October 1880 to 9 April 1881 (weekly).
  7. William Bury Westall. Red Ryvington. 8 October 1881 to 1 April 1882 (weekly).
  8. William Bury Westall. The Old Factory. 5 August 1882 to 3 February 1883 (weekly).
  9. John Saunders. Miss Vandeleur. 4 August 1883 to 12 January 1884 (weekly).
  10. Charles Reade. A Perilous Secret. 23 February 1884 to 5 July 1884 (weekly).
  11. William Gordon Stables. From Pole to Pole. 8 March 1884 to 31 May 1884 (weekly).
  12. Jules Verne. Mathias Sandorf. 2 January 1886 to 17 July 1886 (weekly).
  13. Frederick William Robinson. The Youngest Miss Green. 10 March 1888 to 8 September 1888 (weekly).
  14. Joseph Hatton. By Order of the Czar. 5 October 1889 to 29 March 1890 (weekly).
  15. Frederick William Robinson. The Keeper of the Keys. 4 January 1890 to 28 June 1890 (weekly).
  16. Jules Verne. A Family without a Name. 3 May 1890 to 11 October 1890 (weekly).
  17. Robert Williams Buchanan. Woman and the Man. 10 January 1891 to 28 March 1891 (weekly).
  18. George Manville Fenn. Mahme Nousie. 28 March 1891 to 31 July 1891 (weekly). (End date approximate).
  19. Frederick William Robinson. The Wrong That was Done. 27 June 1891 to 19 December 1891 (weekly).
  20. Mary Kennard. Wedded to Sport. 2 January 1892 to 30 May 1892 (weekly). (End date approximate).
  21. William Le Queux. The Temptress. 17 June 1893 to 28 October 1893 (weekly).
  22. Charlotte Elizabeth Riddell. A Rich Man's Daughter. 5 January 1895 to 18 May 1895 (weekly).
  23. E. Curtis. His Double Self. 25 May 1895 to 24 August 1895 (weekly).
  24. Helen Mathers. The Sin of Hagar. 28 September 1895 to 21 December 1895 (weekly).
  25. Émile Zola. Rome. 28 December 1895 to 18 July 1896 (weekly).
  26. Louis Gallet. Captain Satan. 1 January 1900 to 2 June 1900 (weekly). (Start date approximate).