Periodical: Pearson's Magazine

Periodical: Pearson's Magazine

History: Published monthly, price 1s. Illustrated. Published by C. Arthur Pearson.

References: BL; Indiana; Sutherland

Novels and short stories serialized in Pearson's Magazine:

  1. Robert Barr. "A Dramatic Point", January 1896.
  2. Allen Upward. "A Stolen King", January 1896.
  3. S. R. Crockett. "Billiam", February 1896.
  4. Allen Upward. "The Honour of an Empress", February 1896.
  5. Robert Barr. "The Shadow of the Greenback", March 1896.
  6. Allen Upward. "The Sultan's Foot", March 1896.
  7. Stanley John Weyman. "Flore", March 1896.
  8. Ian Maclaren. "The Retiring of Domsie [The Passing of Domsie]", April 1896.
  9. Allen Upward. "The True Story of Prince Bismarck's Fall", April 1896.
  10. Winifred Graham. "A Heroine in Bib and Tucker", April 1896.
  11. Allen Upward. "Prince Citron", May 1896.
  12. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Ransom", May 1896.
  13. Allen Upward. "A Royal Freemason", June 1896.
  14. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "Stealing a President [Captain Kettle's President]", June 1896.
  15. George Griffith. "A Genius for a Year", June 1896.
  16. Allen Upward. "A Scandal at the Elsee", July 1896.
  17. H. G. Wells. "In the Abyss", August 1896.
  18. Frank Frankfort Moore. "A Question of Art", August 1896.
  19. Allen Upward. "The Ghost of the Winter Palace", August 1896.
  20. Allen Upward. "The Tomb in the Vatican", September 1896.
  21. Frank Frankfort Moore. "The Muse of Tragedy", October 1896.
  22. Robert Barr. "Converted", October 1896.
  23. Allen Upward. "The White Thread", October 1896.
  24. Allen Upward. "The Perfidy of Monsieur Disraeli", November 1896.
  25. Frank Frankfort Moore. "The Capture of the Duke", December 1896.
  26. Rudyard Kipling. Captains Courageous, December 1896 to April 1897 (monthly).
  27. William Wymark Jacobs. "The Brown Man's Servant", December 1896.
  28. Allen Upward. "Madame the Ambassadress", December 1896.
  29. Mayne Lindsay. "The Mystery of Sada Sukh", December 1896.
  30. Guy Boothby. A Prince of Swindlers, January 1897 to July 1897 (monthly).
  31. Arthur Conan Doyle. "The Governor of St. Kitt's", January 1897.
  32. Louis Becke. "Mrs. Malleson's Rival", January 1897.
  33. Max Pemberton. "The Hunger of Ferdinand Dauberval", January 1897.
  34. Arthur Conan Doyle. "The Two Barques", February 1897.
  35. Max Pemberton. "The Liberty of the Little Red Man", February 1897.
  36. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Guns for Cuba", February 1897.
  37. Max Pemberton. "The Purple Glass", March 1897.
  38. H. G. Wells. The War of the Worlds, April 1897 to December 1897 (monthly).
  39. Max Pemberton. "At the House of the Scarlet Witch", April 1897.
  40. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "Crown and Garotte", April 1897.
  41. Arthur Conan Doyle. "The Voyage of Copley Banks", May 1897.
  42. Max Pemberton. "The Prison of Swords", May 1897.
  43. Max Pemberton. "The Devil's Bowl and the Strange Affair at Fortenay", June 1897.
  44. Bernard Capes. "Dark Dignum", June 1897.
  45. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The War-steamer of Donna Clotilde", June 1897.
  46. Morley Roberts. "The Onderdonk", June 1897.
  47. Arthur Conan Doyle. "The Striped Chest", July 1897.
  48. Robert Barr. "The Long Ladder", July 1897.
  49. Robert Barr. "Gentleman: The King", August 1897.
  50. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Pilgrim Ship", August 1897.
  51. Morley Roberts. "The Keeper of the Waters", September 1897.
  52. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "Fortunes Adrift", October 1897.
  53. Robert Hichens. "The Man who was Beloved", October 1897.
  54. Rudyard Kipling. "The Tomb of his Ancestors", December 1897.
  55. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Escape", December 1897.
  56. Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard. "The Story of The Spaniards, Hammersmith", January 1898.
  57. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Pearl-Poachers", January 1898.
  58. Alec John Dawson. "The Powder Play", February 1898.
  59. Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard. "The Story of Medhans Lea", February 1898.
  60. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Liner and the Iceberg", February 1898.
  61. Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard. "The Story of Moor Road", March 1898.
  62. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Raiding of Donna Clotilde", March 1898.
  63. George Griffith. "A Corner in Lightning", March 1898.
  64. Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard. "The Story of Baelbrow", April 1898.
  65. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "Mr. Gedge's Catspaw", April 1898.
  66. Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard. "The Story of the Grey House", May 1898.
  67. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Salving of the Duncansby Head", May 1898.
  68. Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard. "The Story of Yand Manor House", June 1898.
  69. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Wreck of the Cattle-boat", June 1898.
  70. Max Pemberton. "The Risen Dead", July 1898.
  71. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "In Quarantine", July 1898.
  72. George Griffith. "At the Sign of the Golden Star", July 1898.
  73. Max Pemberton. "A Sermon for Clowns", August 1898.
  74. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Little Wooden God with the Eyes", August 1898.
  75. Max Pemberton. "The Miracle of the Bells", September 1898.
  76. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "A Quick Way with Rebels", September 1898.
  77. Max Pemberton. "The Wolf of Cismon", October 1898.
  78. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The New Republic", October 1898.
  79. Max Pemberton. "The Daughter of Venice", November 1898.
  80. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Looting of the Indian Sheriff", November 1898.
  81. Rudyard Kipling. "In Ambush", December 1898.
  82. Robert Barr. "The Count's Apology", December 1898.
  83. Max Pemberton. "Golden Ashes", December 1898.
  84. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Wire-Milkers", December 1898.
  85. Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard. "The Story of Sevens Hall", January 1899.
  86. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Derelict", January 1899.
  87. Halliwell Sutcliffe. "Willowdene Will Lays a Wager", January 1899.
  88. Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard. "The Story of Saddler's Croft", February 1899.
  89. Max Pemberton. "White Wings to the Raven", February 1899.
  90. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "To Capture an Heiress", February 1899.
  91. Halliwell Sutcliffe. "The Grey Mare Carries a Bride", February 1899.
  92. Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard. "The Story of No. 1, Karma Crescent", March 1899.
  93. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "A Matter of Justice", March 1899.
  94. Halliwell Sutcliffe. "By Grace of the Good Grey Mare", March 1899.
  95. Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard. "The Story of Konnor Old House", April 1899.
  96. Max Pemberton. "The Haunted Gondola", April 1899.
  97. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "Dago Divers", April 1899.
  98. Halliwell Sutcliffe. "Willowdene Will Turns Jacobite", April 1899.
  99. Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard. "The Story Crowsedge", May 1899.
  100. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Dear Insured", May 1899.
  101. Halliwell Sutcliffe. "Touching a Dear Friend of His Majesty", May 1899.
  102. Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard. "The Story of Flaxman Low", June 1899.
  103. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Fire and the Farm", June 1899.
  104. Halliwell Sutcliffe. "Tally Ho!", June 1899.
  105. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. The Lost Continent, July 1899 to December 1899 (monthly).
  106. Frank Frankfort Moore. "The Comedy outside the Playhouse", July 1899.
  107. Rudyard Kipling. "The Flag of their Country", July 1899.
  108. George Griffith. "The Plague Ship Tupisa", July 1899.
  109. Louis Tracy. "How He Became Invulnerable", July 1899.
  110. Frank Frankfort Moore. "The Comedy at Whitehall", August 1899.
  111. Louis Tracy. "How He Prevented a Great War", August 1899.
  112. Frank Frankfort Moore. "The Comedy of the Duke's Playhouse", September 1899.
  113. Louis Tracy. "How He Dacoited a Dacoit", September 1899.
  114. Frank Frankfort Moore. "The Comedy of the King's Highway", October 1899.
  115. Louis Tracy. "How He Fed Crocodiles on the Indus", October 1899.
  116. Frank Frankfort Moore. "The Comedy which became a Tragedy", November 1899.
  117. Louis Tracy. "How He Guarded the Great Pearl Necklace", November 1899.
  118. Frank Frankfort Moore. "The Comedy of the King's Elms", December 1899.
  119. Louis Tracy. "How He Fought Ali Bagh, the Afridi", December 1899.
  120. Sir Gilbert Parker. "The Man at the Wheel", December 1899.
  121. George Griffith. "A Visit to the Moon", January 1900.
  122. Halliwell Sutcliffe. "How Willowdene Will Escaped the Parson", January 1900.
  123. George Griffith. "The World of the War God", February 1900.
  124. Halliwell Sutcliffe. "What was Hid in the Casket", February 1900.
  125. George Griffith. "A Glimpse of the Sinless Star", March 1900.
  126. Halliwell Sutcliffe. "How the Pipes Played under the Shadows", March 1900.
  127. George Griffith. "The World of the Crystal Cities", April 1900.
  128. Halliwell Sutcliffe. "What Chanced at the Coffin-maker's", April 1900.
  129. George Griffith. "In Saturn's Realm", May 1900.
  130. Halliwell Sutcliffe. "A Matter of a Lady in Distress", May 1900.
  131. George Griffith. "Homeward Bound", June 1900.
  132. Halliwell Sutcliffe. "How Willowdene Will Came to the King", June 1900.
  133. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Looting of the Specie-room", July 1900.
  134. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Derelict", August 1900.
  135. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Eloping Princess", September 1900.
  136. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "Diamond Cy", October 1900.
  137. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Pirate", November 1900.
  138. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Purser's Revenge", December 1900.
  139. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Cold-Water Prophet", January 1901.
  140. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "A Deal in Bears", February 1901.
  141. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Duel", March 1901.
  142. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Illicit Sealer", April 1901.
  143. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Widow and the Cannery", May 1901.
  144. Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne. "The Mammoth's Teeth", June 1901.
  145. H. G. Wells. The Sea Lady, July 1901 to January 1902 (monthly).
  146. Robert Barr. "The King a-Begging", July 1901.
  147. Robert Barr. "The King Dines", September 1901.
  148. Robert Barr. "The Investigation of the King", December 1901.

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