At the Circulating Library Periodical Information: Hampshire Telegraph & Sussex Chronicle

Periodical: Hampshire Telegraph & Sussex Chronicle

History: Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays, price 1d (originally) and 2d (later). Fiction appeared in a supplement published on Saturdays.

References: British Newspaper Archive; Nineteenth-Century British Library Newspapers

Novels and short stories serialized in Hampshire Telegraph & Sussex Chronicle:

  1. Frederick William Robinson. Lazarus in London. 25 October 1884 to 25 April 1885 (weekly).
  2. Benjamin Leopold Farjeon. A Young Girl's Life. 24 October 1885 to 27 March 1886 (weekly).
  3. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. "One Thing Needful." The One Thing Needful. 27 March 1886 to 7 August 1886 (weekly).
  4. James Payn. A Prince of the Blood. 29 January 1887 to 30 July 1887 (weekly).
  5. Henrietta Eliza Vaughan Stannard. Garrison Gossip, Gathered in Blankhampton. 4 June 1887 to 10 September 1887 (weekly).
  6. Wilfrid Wingate. The Veiled Woman. 10 September 1887 to 10 December 1887 (weekly).
  7. William Bury Westall. Two Pinches of Snuff. 7 January 1888 to 19 May 1888 (weekly).
  8. Robert Louis Stevenson. The Black Arrow. 12 May 1888 to 14 July 1888 (weekly).
  9. Wilkie Collins. Blind Love. 16 July 1889 to 28 December 1889 (weekly).
  10. Adeline Sergeant. An East London Mystery. 4 January 1890 to 28 June 1890 (weekly).
  11. Frederick William Robinson. The Keeper of the Keys. 22 March 1890 to 13 September 1890 (weekly).
  12. Arthur Conan Doyle. The Sign of Four. 5 July 1890 to 30 August 1890 (weekly).
  13. Ernest Glanville. The Lost Heiress. 6 September 1890 to 3 January 1891 (weekly).
  14. Hugh Coleman Davidson. Not a Moment to Spare. 25 October 1890 to 31 January 1891 (weekly).
  15. Florence Warden. Pretty Miss Smith. 10 January 1891 to 14 March 1891 (weekly).
  16. Arthur Williams Marchmont. Miser Hoadley's Secret. 21 March 1891 to 2 June 1891 (weekly).
  17. Adeline Sergeant. Sir Anthony. 27 June 1891 to 9 January 1892 (weekly).
  18. A. F. Slade. Mary Neville. 2 April 1892 to 24 September 1892 (weekly).
  19. Wilfred Beet Woollam. With the Help of the Angels. 1 October 1892 to 31 December 1892 (weekly).
  20. William Bury Westall. Birch Dene. 17 December 1892 to 10 June 1893 (weekly).
  21. Elizabeth Burgoyne Corbett. When the Sea gives up its Dead. 17 June 1893 to 9 September 1893 (weekly).
  22. A. F. Slade. A Wayside Weed. 16 September 1893 to 3 March 1894 (weekly).
  23. David Christie Murray. A Rising Star. 7 April 1894 to 18 August 1894 (weekly).
  24. Joseph Hatton. The Banishment of Jessop Blythe. 13 October 1894 to 16 February 1895 (weekly).
  25. William Clark Russell. The Tale of the Ten. 16 February 1895 to 27 July 1895 (weekly).
  26. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Sons of Fire. 15 June 1895 to 16 November 1895 (weekly).
  27. Elizabeth Thomasina Meade. Dr. Rumsey's Patient. 28 March 1896 to 20 June 1896 (weekly).
  28. Mary Catherine Rowsell. Miss Vanbrugh. 3 October 1896 to 19 December 1896 (weekly).
  29. Adeline Sergeant. The Lady Charlotte. 16 January 1897 to 3 April 1897 (weekly).
  30. William Edward Tirebuck. Meg of the Scarlet Foot. 10 April 1897 to 3 July 1897 (weekly).
  31. Adeline Sergeant. A Valuable Life. 3 July 1897 to 13 November 1897 (weekly).
  32. William Clark Russell. The Romance of a Midshipman. 16 April 1898 to 30 July 1898 (weekly).
  33. E. Phillips Oppenheim. The Man and his Kingdom. 26 November 1898 to 11 March 1899 (weekly).
  34. William Clark Russell. A Voyage at Anchor. 5 August 1899 to 21 October 1899 (weekly).
  35. Walter Besant. The Fourth Generation. 14 October 1899 to 6 January 1900 (weekly).