At the Circulating Library Periodical Information: The Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Periodical: The Sheffield Daily Telegraph

History: Published daily, price 1d. In the 1860s, a weekly supplement published on Saturdays carried fiction. On 13 January 1883, the supplement was retitled The Sheffield Weekly Telegraph, price 1d. After 1887, the title was shortened to The Weekly Telegraph.

References: British Newspaper Archive; DNCJ; Law (Besant, Braddon)

Novels and short stories serialized in The Sheffield Daily Telegraph:

  1. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Taken at the Flood. 6 September 1873 to 18 April 1874 (weekly).
  2. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. A Strange World. 18 April 1874 to 5 December 1874 (weekly).
  3. Frederick Talbot. Lottie's Fortune. 12 December 1874 to 31 July 1875 (weekly).
  4. Benjamin Leopold Farjeon. At the Sign of the Silver Flagon. 30 January 1875 to 29 May 1875 (weekly).
  5. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Dead Man's Shoes. 31 July 1875 to 11 March 1876 (weekly).
  6. Florence Marryat. Her Father's Name. 4 March 1876 to 7 October 1876 (weekly).
  7. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. "Weavers and Weft." Weavers and Weft, and Other Tales. 26 August 1876 to 9 December 1876 (weekly).
  8. Dora Russell. Footprints in the Snow. 25 November 1876 to 19 May 1877 (weekly).
  9. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. An Open Verdict. 5 May 1877 to 15 December 1877 (weekly).
  10. Joseph Hatton. Cruel London. 24 November 1877 to 25 May 1878 (weekly).
  11. Dora Russell. Beneath the Wave. 11 May 1878 to 31 December 1878 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  12. Frederick William Robinson. Coward Conscience. 1 July 1878 to 29 March 1879 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  13. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. The Cloven Foot. 1 July 1878 to 15 March 1879 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  14. Isabella Banks. Wooers and Winners. 5 April 1879 to 27 September 1879 (weekly).
  15. Wilkie Collins. Jezebel's Daughter. 27 September 1879 to 31 January 1880 (weekly).
  16. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Just as I Am. 7 February 1880 to 11 September 1880 (weekly).
  17. Max Adeler. "Major Dunwoody's Leg." An Old Fogey, and Other Stories. 13 March 1880 to 3 April 1880 (weekly).
  18. Joyce Emmerson Preston Muddock. Stripped of the Tinsel. 27 March 1880 to 18 December 1880 (weekly).
  19. Robert Williams Buchanan. A Child of Nature. 4 September 1880 to 15 January 1881 (weekly).
  20. James Payn. For Cash Only. 20 August 1881 to 11 February 1882 (weekly).
  21. Walter Besant. All Sorts and Conditions of Men. 7 January 1882 to 1 July 1882 (weekly).
  22. Joseph Hatton. In the Lap of Fortune. 25 November 1882 to 12 May 1883 (weekly). (Irregular).
  23. Joyce Emmerson Preston Muddock. Only a Woman's Heart. 19 May 1883 to 15 September 1883 (weekly).
  24. James Grant. The Master of Aberfeldie. 26 May 1883 to 17 November 1883 (weekly).
  25. Frederick William Robinson. The Man She Cared For. 3 November 1883 to 1 July 1884 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  26. Robert Williams Buchanan. Stormy Waters. 1 July 1884 to 13 September 1884 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  27. James Grant. Colville of the Guards. 1 July 1884 to 1 November 1884 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  28. Robert Williams Buchanan. Foxglove Manor. 20 September 1884 to 7 February 1885 (weekly).
  29. Ouida. Othmar. 2 May 1885 to 31 December 1885 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  30. Frederick John Fargus. Living or Dead. 2 January 1886 to 29 May 1886 (weekly).
  31. Robert Edward Francillon. King or Knave?. 13 March 1886 to 31 December 1886 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  32. Walter Besant. The World Went Very Well Then. 10 July 1886 to 24 December 1886 (weekly).
  33. Robert Williams Buchanan. The Moment After. 1 January 1887 to 22 January 1887 (weekly).
  34. Hawley Smart. A False Start. 8 January 1887 to 18 June 1887 (weekly).
  35. Hall Caine. The Deemster. 28 May 1887 to 12 November 1887 (weekly).
  36. Andrew Stewart. One False Step. 1 October 1887 to 25 February 1888 (weekly).
  37. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. The Fatal Three. 14 January 1888 to 23 June 1888 (weekly).
  38. Hawley Smart. Long Odds. 22 September 1888 to 23 February 1889 (weekly).
  39. Frederick Boyle. Her Evil Genius. 1 December 1888 to 20 April 1889 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  40. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. The Day Will Come. 12 January 1889 to 29 June 1889 (weekly).
  41. William Clark Russell. An Ocean Tragedy. 1 June 1889 to 7 December 1889 (weekly).
  42. Helen Mathers. Blind Justice. 19 October 1889 to 14 December 1889 (weekly).
  43. Benjamin Leopold Farjeon. The Mystery of M. Felix. 23 November 1889 to 10 May 1890 (weekly).
  44. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. One Life, One Love. 11 January 1890 to 21 June 1890 (weekly).
  45. Dora Russell. The Secret of the River. 1 March 1890 to 17 May 1890 (weekly).
  46. Mrs. Alexander. Blind Fate. 10 May 1890 to 4 October 1890 (weekly).
  47. Arthur Conan Doyle. The Sign of Four. 20 September 1890 to 18 October 1890 (weekly).
  48. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Gerard. 10 January 1891 to 6 June 1891 (weekly).
  49. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. The Venetians. 9 January 1892 to 11 June 1892 (weekly).
  50. Frank Barrett. The Woman of the Iron Bracelets. 18 March 1893 to 26 August 1893 (weekly).
  51. Robert Louis Stevenson. Catriona. 6 May 1893 to 16 September 1893 (weekly).
  52. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Thou Art the Man. 6 January 1894 to 9 June 1894 (weekly).
  53. E. Phillips Oppenheim. The Postmaster of Market Deignton. 6 October 1894 to 10 November 1894 (weekly).
  54. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Sons of Fire. 5 January 1895 to 8 June 1895 (weekly).
  55. E. Phillips Oppenheim. The World's Great Snare. 5 October 1895 to 16 November 1895 (weekly).
  56. Adeline Sergeant. A Valuable Life. 3 July 1897 to 31 December 1897 (weekly). (Dates approximate).