Periodical: Illustrated London News

Periodical: Illustrated London News

History: Published weekly, price 6d. Edited by Charles Mackay (1852–59).

References: Ashley; DNCJ; The ILN Historical Archive 1842–2003; Graham Law, Indexes to Fiction in The Illustrated London News (1842-1901) and The Graphic (1869-1901) (University of Queensland, 2001); Sutherland

Novels and short stories serialized in Illustrated London News:

  1. Henry Cockton. The Sisters, illustrated by Kenny Meadows, 18 March 1843 to 23 December 1843 (weekly).
  2. Augustus Mayhew. Kitty Lamere, 1 February 1851 to 19 July 1851 (weekly). (Irregular).
  3. Anthony Trollope. "The Mistletoe Bough", 25 December 1861. (Christmas Number; date approximate).
  4. George MacDonald. "The Giant's Heart", 19 December 1863.
  5. Eliza Lynn Linton. "With a Silken Thread", 25 December 1875. (Christmas Number; date approximate).
  6. Wilkie Collins. "My Lady's Money: An Episode in the Life of a Young Girl", 25 December 1877. (Christmas Number; date approximate).
  7. William Black. Yolande, 6 January 1883 to 30 June 1883 (weekly).
  8. James Payn. The Canon's Ward, 11 July 1883 to 29 December 1883 (weekly).
  9. Charlotte Elizabeth Riddell. Berna Boyle, 5 January 1884 to 26 June 1884 (weekly).
  10. Robert Edward Francillon. Ropes of Sand, 5 July 1884 to 27 December 1884 (weekly).
  11. William Edward Norris. Adrian Vidal, illustrated by Fred Barnard, 3 January 1885 to 27 June 1885 (weekly).
  12. Robert Williams Buchanan. The Master of the Mine, 4 July 1885 to 31 October 1885 (weekly).
  13. James Payn. The Heir of the Ages, 2 January 1886 to 26 June 1886 (weekly).
  14. Walter Besant. The World Went Very Well Then, illustrated by Amedée Forestier, 3 July 1886 to 25 December 1886 (weekly).
  15. Bret Harte. The Crusade of the "Excelsior", illustrated by Bernard Partridge, 1 January 1887 to 7 May 1887 (weekly).
  16. Walter Besant. "To Call Her Mine", 16 May 1887.
  17. Benjamin Leopold Farjeon. Miser Farebrother, 2 July 1887 to 31 December 1887 (weekly).
  18. William Black. The Strange Adventures of a House Boat, 7 January 1888 to 30 June 1888 (weekly).
  19. H. Rider Haggard. Mr. Meeson's Will, 18 June 1888.
  20. Walter Besant. For Faith and Freedom, illustrated by Amedée Forestier, 7 July 1888 to 29 December 1888 (weekly).
  21. H. Rider Haggard. Cleopatra, illustrated by R. Caton Woodville, 5 January 1889 to 29 June 1889 (weekly).
  22. David Christie Murray. Wild Darrie, 24 June 1889. (Summer Number; date approximate).
  23. Wilkie Collins. Blind Love, illustrated by Amedée Forestier, 6 July 1889 to 28 December 1889 (weekly).
  24. Walter Besant. Armorel of Lyonesse, 4 January 1890 to 28 June 1890 (weekly).
  25. Edwin Lester Linden Arnold. The Wonderful Adventures of Phra the Phoenician, 5 July 1890 to 27 December 1890 (weekly).
  26. David Christie Murray. Only a Shadow, 25 December 1890. (Christmas Number; date approximate).
  27. William Clark Russell. My Danish Sweetheart, 3 January 1891 to 27 June 1891 (weekly).
  28. Hall Caine. The Scapegoat, illustrated by Amedée Forestier, 4 July 1891 to 3 October 1891 (weekly).
  29. Robert Williams Buchanan. Come Live with Me, and be My Love, 10 October 1891 to 26 December 1891 (weekly).
  30. Thomas Hardy. "The Son's Veto", 25 December 1891. (Christmas Number; date approximate).
  31. H. Rider Haggard. Nada the Lily, illustrated by R. Caton Woodville, 2 January 1892 to 7 May 1892 (weekly).
  32. Walter Besant. "Peer and Heiress", 13 June 1892.
  33. Arthur Conan Doyle. "A Question of Diplomacy", 24 June 1892. (Summer Number; date approximate).
  34. Robert Louis Stevenson. The Beach of Falesá, 2 July 1892 to 6 August 1892 (weekly).
  35. Edith Nesbit. "From the Dead", 3 September 1892.
  36. Henry James. "Greville Fane", 17 September 1892 to 24 September 1892 (weekly).
  37. Thomas Hardy. The Well-Beloved, illustrated by Walter Paget, 1 October 1892 to 17 December 1892 (weekly).
  38. Grant Allen. "Pallinghurst Barrow", 28 November 1892.
  39. Walter Besant. The Rebel Queen, 7 January 1893 to 24 June 1893 (weekly).
  40. Sir Gilbert Parker. The Trial of the Sword, illustrated by Amedée Forestier, 1 July 1893 to 7 October 1893 (weekly).
  41. Stanley John Weyman. Under the Red Robe, 6 January 1894 to 31 March 1894 (weekly).
  42. William Edward Norris. A Victim of Good Luck, 7 April 1894 to 30 June 1894 (weekly).
  43. George Gissing. Eve's Ransom, 5 January 1895 to 30 March 1895 (weekly).
  44. Cecily Sidgwick. A Woman with a Future, 23 November 1895 to 28 December 1895 (weekly).
  45. Henry James. The Other House, 4 July 1896 to 26 September 1896 (weekly).
  46. Grant Allen. "Wolverden Tower", 23 November 1896.
  47. Walter Besant. A Fountain Sealed, 2 January 1897 to 27 March 1897 (weekly).
  48. Max Pemberton. "The Kingdom of the Bourgorieau", 7 August 1897.
  49. H. G. Wells. "The Man Who Could Work Miracles", 24 June 1898. (Summer Number; date approximate).
  50. Joseph Conrad. "Amy Foster", 14 December 1901 to 28 December 1901 (weekly).

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