At the Circulating Library Serialization Information: 1847

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Titles that began serialization in the year 1847:

  1. William Harrison Ainsworth.  James the Second: or, The Revolution of 1688. An Historical Romance.  Ainsworth's Magazine January-December 1847 (monthly).
  2. Charles Hooton.  Woodhouselee: or, The Astrologer.  Ainsworth's Magazine January-December 1847 (monthly).
  3. Richard Hengist Horne.  The Dreamer and the Worker: A Story of the Present Time.  Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine January-December 1847 (monthly).
  4. G. P. R. James.  Margaret Graham: A Tale Founded on Fact.  New Monthly Magazine January-August 1847 (monthly).
  5. William Blanchard Jerrold.  The Disgrace to the Family: A Story of Social Distinctions.  Part Issue 6 parts, June 1847-November 1847 (monthly).
  6. Frederick Marryat.  The Children of the New Forest.  Part Issue 1 part, April 1847 (monthly; unfinished).
  7. Augustus Mayhew.  The Greatest Plague of Life: or, The Adventures of a Lady in Search of a Good Servant.  Part Issue 6 parts, February-July 1847 (monthly).
  8. George William MacArth Reynolds.  The Youthful Imposter: A Novel.  Part Issue 22 parts, 1847 (weekly).
  9. Menella Bute Smedley.  The Maiden Aunt.  Sharpe's London Magazine [?]-February 1848 (weekly?).
  10. William Makepeace Thackeray.  Vanity Fair: A Novel without a Hero.  Part Issue 20 parts, January 1847-July 1848 (monthly).
  11. Emma Jane Worboise.  Autobiography of Maude Bolingbroke.  The Englishwoman's Magazine January-September 1847 and January-May 1848 (monthly).

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