Periodical: Bentley's Miscellany

Periodical: Bentley's Miscellany

History: Published monthly, price 2s. 6d. (half crown). Edited by Charles Dickens and W. H. Ainsworth (1839–41, 1854–68).

References: DNCJ; Sutherland; Wellesley

Novels and short stories serialized in Bentley's Miscellany:

  1. Samuel Lover. Handy Andy, illustrated by Samuel Lover, January 1837 to May 1839 (monthly).
  2. Charles Whitehead. "Edward Saville", February 1837.
  3. Charles Dickens. Oliver Twist, illustrated by George Cruikshank, February 1837 to April 1839 (monthly). (irregular).
  4. James Justinian Morier. The Adventures of Hajji Baba, March 1837 to August 1837 (monthly).
  5. Charles Whitehead. "The Narrative of John Ward Gibson", September 1837 to October 1838 (monthly). (Irregular).
  6. William Makepeace Thackeray. "The Professor", September 1837.
  7. William Harrison Ainsworth. Jack Sheppard, January 1839 to February 1840 (monthly).
  8. Charles Hooton. Colin Clink, April 1839 to January 1841 (monthly).
  9. Henry Cockton. Stanley Thorn, illustrated by George Cruikshank, January 1840 to February 1842 (monthly).
  10. William Harrison Ainsworth. Guy Fawkes, January 1840 to November 1841 (monthly).
  11. Catherine Gore. "The Fatal Window", June 1840.
  12. Charles Whitehead. "Wanted--a Widow", March 1841.
  13. Charles Whitehead. Richard Savage, July 1841 to December 1842 (monthly).
  14. Charles Whitehead. "Eleanor Bingley", September 1841.
  15. Albert Richard Smith. The Adventures of Mr. Ledbury, September 1842 to December 1843 (monthly).
  16. Erskine Neale. Experiences of a Gaol Chaplain, May 1843 to January 1846 (monthly).
  17. Catherine Gore. "Hush!", July 1843.
  18. Charles Whitehead. "Five-and-thirty, or Thereabouts", December 1843.
  19. Albert Richard Smith. The Fortunes of the Scattergood Family, January 1844 to February 1845 (monthly).
  20. Charles Whitehead. "Miss Jifkin's Benefit", October 1844.
  21. Charles Whitehead. "Confessions of De Loude Chiselham", January 1845.
  22. Charles Whitehead. "Mr. Yellowly's Doings", May 1845.
  23. Charles Whitehead. "A Curvet or Two in the Career of Tom Wilkins", September 1845.
  24. Charles Whitehead. "Dick Sparrow's Evening 'Out'", November 1845.
  25. William Hamilton Maxwell. Brian O'Linn, November 1845 to December 1847 (monthly).
  26. James Fenimore Cooper. Captain Spike, November 1846 to April 1848 (monthly).
  27. Robert Bell. The Ladder of Gold, December 1849 to February 1851 (monthly).
  28. Shirley Brooks. Aspen Court, January 1853 to November 1855 (monthly).
  29. Charles Reade. "Art: A Dramatic Tale", December 1853 to January 1854 (monthly).
  30. Charles Reade. "Clouds and Sunshine", June 1854 to September 1854 (monthly).
  31. William Harrison Ainsworth. The Spendthrift, January 1855 to January 1857 (monthly).
  32. Ellen Wood. The House of Halliwell, September 1855 to November 1856 (monthly).
  33. Dudley Costello. The Joint-Stock Banker, April 1856 to October 1856 (monthly).
  34. William Harrison Ainsworth. Ovingdean Grange, November 1859 to July 1860 (monthly).
  35. Ouida. "Fitz's Election", March 1860.
  36. Ouida. "The General's Match-making", July 1860.
  37. Ouida. "A Line in the 'Daily'", August 1860.
  38. William Harrison Ainsworth. The Constable of the Tower, January 1861 to September 1861 (monthly).
  39. Ouida. "The Marquis's Tactics", August 1861.
  40. Ouida. "The Story of a Crayon Head", September 1861.
  41. Ouida. "Lady Marabout's Troubles", October 1861 to January 1862 (monthly).
  42. William Harrison Ainsworth. The Lord Mayor of London, January 1862 to November 1862 (monthly).
  43. Ouida. "A Study à la Louis Quinze: Pendant to a Portrait by Mignard", January 1862.
  44. Ouida. "Cecil Castlemaine's Gage", February 1862.
  45. Ouida. "A Study à la Louis Quinze: or, Pendant to a Pastel by La Tour", March 1862.
  46. Ouida. "The Beauty of Vicq d'Azyr", April 1862.
  47. William Harrison Ainsworth. Cardinal Pole, December 1862 to November 1863 (monthly).
  48. William Harrison Ainsworth. John Law, the Projector, November 1863 to September 1864 (monthly).
  49. William Harrison Ainsworth. The Spanish Match, November 1864 to October 1865 (monthly).
  50. William Harrison Ainsworth. The Constable de Bourbon, November 1865 to August 1866 (monthly).
  51. Blanche Marryat. Briars and Thorns, January 1866 to February 1867 (monthly).
  52. William Harrison Ainsworth. Old Court, October 1866 to May 1867 (monthly).
  53. William Harrison Ainsworth. Myddleton Pomfret, July 1867 to March 1868 (monthly).

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