At the Circulating Library Periodical Information: The Day of Rest

Periodical: The Day of Rest

History: Published weekly on Saturdays, price 1d. Illustrated. Beginning in 1879, published monthly, price 6d.

References: British Library (incomplete); GoogleBooks (volume 4; incomplete)

Novels and short stories serialized in The Day of Rest:

  1. Hesba Stretton. Lost Gip. 4 January 1873 to 22 February 1873 (weekly).
  2. Katherine Saunders. "Harpers of Min-y-don." Heart Salvage by Sea and Land. 1 March 1873 to 26 April 1873 (weekly).
  3. Hesba Stretton. The King's Servants. 3 May 1873 to 13 September 1873 (weekly).
  4. John Saunders. The Shipowner's Daughter. 3 January 1874 to 30 July 1874 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  5. Hesba Stretton. Cassy. 3 January 1874 to 21 March 1874 (weekly).
  6. Sarson C. J. Ingham. The White Cross and Dove of Pearls. 1 July 1874 to 26 June 1875 (weekly). (start date approximate).
  7. George MacDonald. Thomas Wingfield, Curate. 1 January 1876 to 16 December 1876 (weekly).
  8. Ellen Ross. Dora's Boy. 6 January 1877 to 30 June 1877 (weekly).
  9. Eleanor Grace O'Reilly. The Story of Ten Thousand Homes. 6 January 1877 to 23 June 1877 (weekly).
  10. Eleanor Grace O'Reilly. Phoebe's Fortunes. 7 July 1877 to 29 December 1877 (weekly).
  11. Richard Rowe. "Dr. Pertwee's Poor Patients." A Haven of Rest and Dr. Pertwee's Poor Patients. 7 July 1877 to 29 December 1877 (weekly).
  12. Eleanor Grace O'Reilly. Reed Farm. 5 January 1878 to 29 June 1878 (weekly).
  13. Eleanor Grace O'Reilly. The Red House in the Suburbs. 6 July 1878 to 28 December 1878 (weekly).
  14. Richard Rowe. Passages from the Diary of an Early Methodist. 6 July 1878 to 21 December 1878 (weekly).
  15. Eliza Hunt. The Wards of Plotinus. January 1879 to December 1879 (monthly).
  16. Jean Ingelow. Don John. January 1881 to December 1881 (monthly).
  17. Robert Williams Buchanan. God and the Man. January 1881 to December 1881 (monthly).
  18. William Black. "The Pupil of Aurelius." The Beautiful Wretch; The Four Macnicols; The Pupil of Aurelius. June 1881.
  19. Hesba Stretton. The Lord's Purse-Bearers. January 1882 to June 1882 (monthly).