Periodical: Chambers's Edinburgh Journal

Periodical: Chambers's Edinburgh Journal

History: Published weekly, priced penny-halfpenny. Later changed title to Chambers's Journal in 1854. Edited by Leitch Ritchie (before 1858) and James Payn (after 1858).

References: Ashley; British Periodicals; DNCJ; Aileen Fyfe, Steam-Powered Knowledge: William Chambers and the Business of Publishing, 1820–1860 (University of Chicago Press, 2012); Sutherland; Sue Thomas, Indexes to Fiction in Chambers's Journal of Popular Literature, Science, and Art, later Chambers's Journal, 3rd to 6th Series of Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, 1854-1910 (University of Queensland, 1989)

Novels and short stories serialized in Chambers's Edinburgh Journal:

  1. Robert Chambers. "Where is my trunk?", 8 December 1832.
  2. Robert Chambers. "The Man Who Sung When Asked", 23 November 1833.
  3. Julia Kavanagh. "The Conscript", 26 December 1846.
  4. Dinah Marie Craik. "The Sculptor of Bruges", 20 February 1847.
  5. Julia Kavanagh. "A Comedy in a Court-Yard", 15 May 1847.
  6. Julia Kavanagh. "Young France", 19 June 1847.
  7. Julia Kavanagh. "A Soirée in a Porter's Lodge", 7 August 1847.
  8. Julia Kavanagh. "The Little Dancing-Master", 23 October 1847.
  9. Dinah Marie Craik. "The Italian's Daughter", 27 November 1847.
  10. Julia Kavanagh. "The Cheap Excursion", 1 April 1848.
  11. William Russell. "The March Assize", 13 January 1849.
  12. William Russell. "The Captain's Story", 10 February 1849.
  13. William Russell. "The Northern Circuit", 17 February 1849.
  14. William Russell. "An Incident in the Peninsular War", 17 March 1849.
  15. William Russell. "The Contested Marriage", 31 March 1849.
  16. William Russell. "Mr. Robert Simpson's Courtship", 28 April 1849.
  17. William Russell. "The Dark Chamber", 19 May 1849.
  18. William Russell. "The Mother and Son", 26 May 1849.
  19. William Russell. "The Writ of Habeas Corpus", 9 June 1849.
  20. William Russell. "Esther Mason", 30 June 1849.
  21. William Russell. "The Cadet Branch", 14 July 1849.
  22. William Russell. "One Night in a Gaming-House", 28 July 1849.
  23. William Russell. "Guilty or Not Guilty", 25 August 1849.
  24. William Russell. "The Marriage Settlement", 22 September 1849.
  25. William Russell. "The Second Marriage", 22 September 1849.
  26. William Russell. "Circumstantial Evidence", 20 October 1849.
  27. William Russell. "X. Y. Z", 17 November 1849.
  28. William Russell. "Estelle St. Ange", 15 December 1849.
  29. William Russell. "The Accommodation Bill", 26 January 1850.
  30. William Russell. "The Magic Mirror", 2 March 1850.
  31. William Russell. "Self-Sacrifice", 9 March 1850.
  32. William Russell. "The Widow", 18 May 1850.
  33. William Russell. "The Refugee", 1 June 1850.
  34. William Russell. "The Pursuit", 13 July 1850.
  35. William Russell. "The Twins", 22 July 1850.
  36. William Russell. "The Unlawful Gift", 21 September 1850.
  37. William Russell. "Legal Metamorphoses", 28 September 1850.
  38. William Russell. "A Life Assurance", 19 October 1850.
  39. William Russell. "The Revenge", 9 November 1850.
  40. William Russell. "Bigamy or No Bigamy", 16 November 1850.
  41. William Russell. "Jane Eccles", 22 February 1851.
  42. William Russell. "The Wife's Stratagem", 8 March 1851.
  43. William Russell. "Every Man his Own Lawyer", 22 March 1851.
  44. William Russell. "Mary Kingsford", 3 May 1851.
  45. William Russell. "The Chest of Drawers", 7 June 1851.
  46. William Russell. "Mother and Son", 14 June 1851.
  47. William Russell. "The Smugglers' Escape", 12 July 1851.
  48. William Russell. "Ally Somers", 2 August 1851.
  49. William Russell. "The Puzzle", 6 September 1851.
  50. William Russell. "Promises Unfulfilled", 11 October 1851.
  51. William Russell. "Flint Jackson", 15 November 1851.
  52. William Russell. "The Point of Honor", 13 December 1851.
  53. William Russell. "The Last Revel", 3 April 1852.
  54. William Russell. "The Monomaniac", 24 April 1852.
  55. William Russell. "The Counter-Stroke", 22 May 1852.
  56. William Russell. "The Incendiary", 5 June 1852.
  57. William Russell. "The Hunchback of Strasbourg", 19 June 1852.
  58. William Russell. "The Beauty of Barbican", 1 January 1853.
  59. William Russell. "An Offer of Marriage", 19 February 1853.
  60. William Russell. "The Partner", 3 September 1853.
  61. Leitch Ritchie. Wearyfoot Common, 7 January 1854 to 3 June 1854 (weekly).
  62. Amelia B. Edwards. "The Cabaret of the Break of Day", 15 July 1854.
  63. William Russell. "The Heir-at-Law", 5 August 1854 to 19 August 1854 (weekly).
  64. Bayle Frederick St. John. Maretimo, 7 October 1854 to 24 March 1855 (weekly).
  65. Capt. Mayne Reid. The War Trail, 3 January 1857 to 27 June 1857 (weekly).
  66. William Russell. Kirke Webbe, the Privateer Captain, 1 August 1857 to 12 December 1857 (weekly).
  67. Capt. Mayne Reid. Oçeola, 2 January 1858 to 26 June 1858 (weekly).
  68. William Russell. "John Marshall of Fenchurch Street", 9 October 1858.
  69. James Payn. The Bateman Household, 7 January 1860 to 14 April 1860 (weekly).
  70. Capt. Mayne Reid. The Wild Huntress, 7 July 1860 to 29 December 1860 (weekly).
  71. James Payn. Richard Arbour, 5 January 1861 to 27 April 1861 (weekly).
  72. Anne J. Robertson. Myself and my Relatives, 6 July 1861 to 21 September 1861 (weekly).
  73. James Payn. "To Come in the Evening", 5 April 1862.
  74. James Payn. "How I First Met Her", 7 February 1863.
  75. James Payn. "An Improvement on a System", 9 May 1863.
  76. James Payn. "Lost on Helvellyn", 10 October 1863.
  77. James Payn. Lost Sir Massingberd, 2 January 1864 to 16 April 1864 (weekly).
  78. James Payn. "One of Two", 9 January 1864.
  79. James Payn. "Dick's Legacy", 16 January 1864.
  80. James Payn. Lights and Shadows of London Life, 23 January 1864 to 12 August 1865 (weekly).
  81. John Berwick Harwood. Lord Lynn's Wife, 7 May 1864 to 30 July 1864 (weekly).
  82. James Payn. "A Game of Brag", 7 May 1864.
  83. James Payn. Married Beneath Him, 6 August 1864 to 24 December 1864 (weekly).
  84. John Berwick Harwood. Lady Flavia, 7 January 1865 to 3 June 1865 (weekly).
  85. Frances Cashel Hoey. "Buried in the Deep", 4 February 1865 to 25 February 1865 (weekly).
  86. James Payn. The Clyffards of Clyffe, 1 July 1865 to 2 December 1865 (weekly).
  87. James Payn. Mirk Abbey, 6 January 1866 to 26 May 1866 (weekly).
  88. James Payn. "The Lost Art at Classical Seminaries", 17 March 1866.
  89. Thomas Wilkinson Speight. Brought to Light, 7 July 1866 to 1 December 1866 (weekly).
  90. John Berwick Harwood. Lord Ulswater, 5 January 1867 to 27 July 1867 (weekly).
  91. Frances Cashel Hoey. "A Shot in the Scrub", 19 January 1867 to 26 January 1867 (weekly).
  92. Emily Jolly. "Gurtha", 2 March 1867 to 30 March 1867 (weekly).
  93. James Payn. Bentinck's Tutor, One of the Family, 3 August 1867 to 14 December 1867 (weekly).
  94. James Payn. Blondel Parva, 2 May 1868 to 29 August 1868 (weekly).
  95. James Payn. Found Dead, 5 September 1868 to 19 December 1868 (weekly).
  96. James Payn. A Perfect Treasure, 2 January 1869 to 6 March 1869 (weekly).
  97. James Payn. A County Family, 1 May 1869 to 18 September 1869 (weekly).
  98. James Payn. Gwendoline's Harvest, 1 January 1870 to 30 April 1870 (weekly).
  99. James Payn. "A Marine Residence", 2 April 1870 to 28 May 1870 (weekly).
  100. James Payn. Like Father, Like Son, 2 July 1870 to 17 December 1870 (weekly).
  101. James Payn. Not Wooed, but Won, 7 January 1871 to 24 June 1871 (weekly).
  102. James Payn. Cecil's Tryst, 5 August 1871 to 16 December 1871 (weekly).
  103. Frances Cashel Hoey. "Dulcie's Delusion", 2 September 1871 to 30 September 1871 (weekly).
  104. James Payn. "The Cruise of the Anti-Torpedo", 9 September 1871 to 23 September 1871 (weekly).
  105. Frances Cashel Hoey. A Golden Sorrow, 6 January 1872 to 25 May 1872 (weekly).
  106. John Berwick Harwood. "A Race for Life", 6 January 1872 to 24 February 1872 (weekly).
  107. James Payn. A Woman's Vengeance, 1 June 1872 to 2 November 1872 (weekly).
  108. John Berwick Harwood. "Our Feather Farm", 6 July 1872 to 27 July 1872 (weekly).
  109. James Payn. Murphy's Master, and Other Stories, 4 January 1873 to 8 March 1873 (weekly).
  110. John Berwick Harwood. "Saved by Humming Birds", 4 January 1873 to 25 January 1873 (weekly).
  111. John Berwick Harwood. Lady Livingston's Legacy, 6 September 1873 to 31 January 1874 (weekly).
  112. James Payn. The Best of Husbands, 7 February 1874 to 4 July 1874 (weekly).
  113. Frances Cashel Hoey. "The Blossoming of an Aloe", 29 August 1874 to 26 December 1874 (weekly).
  114. James Payn. Walter's Word, 2 January 1875 to 26 June 1875 (weekly).
  115. Capt. Mayne Reid. The Flag of Distress, 7 August 1875 to 25 December 1875 (weekly).
  116. James Payn. Fallen Fortunes, 1 January 1876 to 21 October 1876 (weekly).
  117. Charles Edmund Hall. "On Helvellyn [Dearer than Life]", 10 June 1876.
  118. Emma Newman. The Last of the Haddons, 6 January 1877 to 18 August 1877 (weekly).
  119. John Berwick Harwood. Helena, Lady Harrogate, 5 January 1878 to 31 August 1878 (weekly).
  120. John Berwick Harwood. Young Lord Penrith, 4 January 1879 to 30 August 1879 (weekly).
  121. David Christie Murray. A Life's Atonement, 3 January 1880 to 25 September 1880 (weekly).
  122. John Berwick Harwood. The Merchant Prince, 1 January 1881 to 12 November 1881 (weekly).
  123. David Christie Murray. Val Strange, 7 January 1882 to 16 December 1882 (weekly).
  124. John Berwick Harwood. One False, Both Fair, 6 January 1883 to 27 October 1883 (weekly).
  125. George Manville Fenn. The Rosery Folk, 6 October 1883 to 29 December 1883 (weekly).
  126. Frederick John Fargus. "The Blatchford Bequest", 3 November 1883 to 24 November 1883 (weekly).
  127. Frederick John Fargus. "Miss Rivers's Revenge", 1 December 1883 to 15 December 1883 (weekly).
  128. Charles Gibbon. By Mead and Stream, 5 January 1884 to 29 November 1884 (weekly).
  129. Frederick John Fargus. "Chewton-Abbot", 3 May 1884 to 17 May 1884 (weekly).
  130. Margaret Oliphant. A House Divided Against Itself, 3 January 1885 to 5 December 1885 (weekly).
  131. Grant Allen. In All Shades, 2 January 1886 to 24 September 1886 (weekly).
  132. Sabine Baring-Gould. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman, 1 January 1887 to 31 December 1887 (weekly).
  133. Grant Allen. This Mortal Coil, 7 January 1888 to 13 October 1888 (weekly).
  134. David Christie Murray. John Vale's Guardian, 5 January 1889 to 28 September 1889 (weekly).
  135. William Clark Russell. My Shipmate Louise, 4 January 1890 to 25 October 1890 (weekly).
  136. P. L. McDermott. Julius Vernon, 4 January 1890 to 12 April 1890 (weekly).
  137. Grant Allen. Dumaresq's Daughter, 3 January 1891 to 10 October 1891 (weekly).
  138. Walter Besant. The Ivory Gate, 2 January 1892 to 24 September 1892 (weekly).
  139. Grant Allen. Blood Royal, 27 August 1892 to 17 December 1892 (weekly).
  140. Margaret Oliphant. "Isabel Dysart", 7 January 1893 to 28 January 1893 (weekly).
  141. James Maclaren Cobban. The Burden of Isabel, 7 January 1893 to 14 October 1893 (weekly).
  142. Evelyn Whitaker. Pomona, 19 August 1893 to 30 December 1893 (weekly).
  143. Grant Allen. At Market Value, 6 January 1894 to 21 July 1894 (weekly).
  144. John Kirkwood Leys. The Lawyer's Secret, 7 July 1894 to 29 December 1894 (weekly).
  145. Anthony Hope. The Chronicles of Count Antonio, 5 January 1895 to 20 April 1895 (weekly).
  146. George Manville Fenn. An Electric Spark, 1 June 1895 to 28 December 1895 (weekly).
  147. John Stafford. "The Vicar of Wrocksley", 23 November 1895.
  148. Walter Besant. The Master Craftsman, 4 January 1896 to 27 June 1896 (weekly).
  149. Margaret Oliphant. "The Adventures of John Percival", 2 May 1896 to 30 May 1896 (weekly).
  150. Guy Boothby. The Fascination of the King, 15 August 1896 to 26 December 1896 (weekly).
  151. Ernest William Hornung. My Lord Duke, 2 January 1897 to 22 May 1897 (weekly).
  152. Fred Whishaw. A Tsar's Gratitude, 5 June 1897 to 27 November 1897 (weekly).
  153. John Buchan. John Burnet of Barns, 4 December 1897 to 30 July 1898 (weekly).
  154. Guy Boothby. The Red Rat's Daughter, 3 December 1898 to 24 June 1899 (weekly).
  155. William Le Queux. Of Royal Blood, 2 December 1899 to 26 May 1900 (weekly).
  156. John Oxenham. Our Lady of Deliverance, 2 June 1900 to 17 November 1900 (weekly).
  157. Louis Becke. Edward Barry, South Sea Pearler, 2 June 1900 to 28 July 1900 (weekly).
  158. John Finnemore. The Lover Fugitives, 1 December 1900 to 22 June 1901 (weekly).

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