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Periodical: Cassell's Saturday Journal

History: Full titles is Cassell's Saturday Journal: For the Homes of the People (original) and Cassell's Saturday Journal: A Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Literature (later). Published weekly on Saturdays, price 1d.

References: British Library

Novels and short stories serialized in Cassell's Saturday Journal:

  1. Arthur Conan Doyle. "John Barrington Cowles." The Captain of the Polestar and Other Tales. 12 April 1884 to 19 April 1884 (weekly).
  2. Mary Kennard. Straight as a Die. 19 July 1884 to 24 January 1885 (weekly).
  3. George Manville Fenn. Double Cunning. 9 August 1884 to 21 March 1885 (weekly).
  4. Frederick William Robinson. The Courting of Mary Smith. 7 March 1885 to 26 September 1885 (weekly).
  5. Major Arthur George Frederick Griffiths. The Thin Red Line. 4 July 1885 to 12 December 1885 (weekly).
  6. William Bury Westall. Two Pinches of Snuff. 19 December 1885 to 15 May 1886 (weekly).
  7. Joseph Hatton. The Old House at Sandwich. 3 April 1886 to 11 September 1886 (weekly).
  8. George Manville Fenn. The Man with a Shadow. 1 October 1887 to 24 March 1888 (weekly).
  9. Frank Barrett. The Admirable Lady Biddy Fane. 31 March 1888 to 22 September 1888 (weekly).
  10. Florence Warden. St. Cuthbert's Tower. 29 September 1888 to 23 March 1889 (weekly).
  11. Frank Barrett. Fettered for Life. 30 March 1889 to 21 September 1889 (weekly).
  12. Frank Barrett. Between Life and Death. 29 March 1890 to 20 September 1890 (weekly).
  13. Richard Dowling. A Baffling Quest. 27 September 1890 to 14 March 1891 (weekly).
  14. Frank Barrett. The Sin of Olga Zassoulich. 21 March 1891 to 19 September 1891 (weekly).
  15. Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy. An Excellent Knave. 26 September 1891 to 19 March 1892 (weekly).
  16. Frank Barrett. Out of the Jaws of Death. 26 March 1892 to 17 September 1892 (weekly).
  17. George Manville Fenn. Witness to the Deed. 21 September 1892 to 15 March 1893 (weekly).
  18. Elizabeth Thomasina Meade. In an Iron Grip. 17 January 1894 to 16 May 1894 (weekly).