At the Circulating Library Periodical Information: The Woman at Home

Periodical: The Woman at Home

History: Published monthly, price 6d. Illustrated. Edited by Annie S. Swan.

References: British Library; Nineteenth-Century UK Periodicals: New Readerships

Novels and short stories serialized in The Woman at Home:

  1. Sarah Grand. "Ah Man." Our Manifold Nature. October 1893.
  2. Annie S. Swan. Elizabeth Glen, M.B.. October 1893 to September 1894 (monthly).
  3. Sabine Baring-Gould. "Little Dixie." Dartmoor Idylls. April 1894.
  4. Sabine Baring-Gould. "Jonas Coaker." Dartmoor Idylls. May 1894.
  5. David Christie Murray. "The Case of Muelvos y Sagra." The Investigations of John Pym. June 1894.
  6. S. R. Crockett. "Across the March Dyke." Bog-Myrtle and Peat. June 1894.
  7. Margaret Wolfe Hungerford. "Her First Situation." An Anxious Moment, etc.. July 1894.
  8. David Christie Murray. "The Sacred Sapphire." The Investigations of John Pym. July 1894.
  9. David Christie Murray. "The Affair of the Hundred Rouble Note." The Investigations of John Pym. August 1894.
  10. David Christie Murray. "The Story of the Unmade Dynamite." The Investigations of John Pym. September 1894.
  11. David Christie Murray. "The Case of Gilead Vanity." The Investigations of John Pym. October 1894.
  12. Annie S. Swan. Memories of Margaret Grainger, Schoolmistress. October 1894 to September 1895 (monthly).
  13. David Christie Murray. "The Mystery of the Patent Spur." The Investigations of John Pym. November 1894.
  14. Sabine Baring-Gould. "Ephraim's Pinch." Dartmoor Idylls. November 1894.
  15. Ian Maclaren. "The Mourning of the Glen." A Doctor of the Old School. November 1894.
  16. Ian Maclaren. "Afterwards." Afterwards, and Other Stories. February 1895.
  17. Ian Maclaren. "What She Could." Afterwards, and Other Stories. April 1895.
  18. Ian Maclaren. "The Last Sacrifrice." Afterwards, and Other Stories. May 1895.
  19. Ian Maclaren. "An Impossible Man." Afterwards, and Other Stories. August 1895.
  20. Ada Cambridge. "Deposed." Materfamilias. October 1895.
  21. Ian Maclaren. "A Servant Lass." The Days of Auld Langsyne. October 1895.
  22. Annie S. Swan. Mrs. Keith Hamilton, M.B.. October 1895 to August 1896 (monthly).
  23. Margaret Wolfe Hungerford. "A Chance Meeting." An Anxious Moment, etc.. November 1895.
  24. Sabine Baring-Gould. "Jolly Lane Cot." Dartmoor Idylls. November 1895.
  25. Marie Corelli. "A Distant Voice." Cameos. December 1895.
  26. Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler. "Wanted, a Wife." Cupid's Garden. January 1896.
  27. Ian Maclaren. Kate Carnegie and those Ministers. January 1896 to December 1896 (monthly).
  28. Annie S. Swan. Wyndham's Daughter. October 1896 to September 1897 (monthly).
  29. Ian Maclaren. "How Dr. Davidson Kept his Last Christmas at Drumtochty." Afterwards, and Other Stories. December 1896.
  30. Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch. "The Singular Adventure of a Small Free-trader." Old Fires and Profitable Ghosts. March 1897.
  31. Rosa Nouchette Carey. "The Vicar of Sandilands." Other People's Lives. July 1897.
  32. Ian Maclaren. "Righteous Overmuch." Afterwards, and Other Stories. November 1897.
  33. Ian Maclaren. "A Probationer." Afterwards, and Other Stories. December 1897.
  34. S. R. Crockett. Ione March. January 1898 to September 1898 (monthly).
  35. Guy Boothby. Dr. Nikola's Experiment. October 1898 to April 1899 (monthly).
  36. Ian Maclaren. "Saved by Faith." Afterwards, and Other Stories. October 1898.
  37. Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler. "The Ring of Elyn." Sirius and Other Stories. November 1898.
  38. Max Pemberton. Féo. May 1899 to December 1899 (monthly).
  39. Henrietta Eliza Vaughan Stannard. The Married Miss Binks. January 1900 to June 1900 (monthly).
  40. William Le Queux. Her Majesty's Minister. July 1900 to December 1900 (monthly).
  41. Edith Henrietta Fowler. The World and Winstow. January 1901 to December 1901 (monthly).