At the Circulating Library Periodical Information: The Gentlewoman

Periodical: The Gentlewoman

History: Full title is The Gentlewoman: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Gentlewomen. Published weekly on Wednesdays, price 6d. Illustrated.

References: British Library; British Newspaper Archive; John Stock Clarke, Margaret Oliphant: A Bibliography (University of Queensland, 1986)

Novels and short stories serialized in The Gentlewoman:

  1. Henrietta Eliza Vaughan Stannard. A Soldier's Children. 12 July 1890 to 22 November 1890 (weekly).
  2. Walter Besant. "David and Jonathan [King David's Friend]." In Deacon's Orders, etc.. 27 June 1891.
  3. John Seymour Wood. The Fate of Fenella. 28 November 1891 to 7 May 1892 (weekly).
  4. Arthur Conan Doyle. "A False Start." Round the Red Lamp. 25 December 1891 to 25 December 1895 (weekly). (Christmas Number).
  5. Margaret Oliphant. The Sorceress. 2 July 1892 to 7 January 1893 (weekly).
  6. Margaret Wolfe Hungerford. The Hoyden. 14 January 1893 to 22 July 1893 (weekly).
  7. Bessie Hatton. Enid Lyle. 12 August 1893 to 23 December 1893 (weekly).
  8. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Thou Art the Man. 6 January 1894 to 9 June 1894 (weekly).
  9. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Sons of Fire. 3 January 1895 to 8 June 1895 (weekly).
  10. Margaret Wolfe Hungerford. A Point of Conscience. 6 July 1895 to 28 December 1895 (weekly).
  11. Rudyard Kipling. "William the Conqueror." The Day's Work. 7 December 1895 to 28 December 1895 (weekly).
  12. Clo Graves. A Well-Meaning Woman. 21 March 1896 to 5 September 1896 (weekly).
  13. F. Marion Crawford. Corleone. 20 March 1897 to 2 October 1897 (weekly).
  14. Amelie Louise Rives. A Damsel Errant. 14 May 1898 to 25 June 1898 (weekly).
  15. William Edward Norris. Giles Ingilby. 7 January 1899 to 15 April 1899 (weekly).
  16. Albert Dresden Vandam. A Court Tragedy. 27 May 1899 to 19 August 1899 (weekly).
  17. George Horton. A Fair Brigand. 28 October 1899 to 27 January 1900 (weekly).
  18. Richard Pryce. Jezebel. 3 February 1900 to 16 June 1900 (weekly).
  19. Katharine Tynan. That Sweet Enemy. 7 July 1900 to 13 October 1900 (weekly).
  20. Edward Frederic Benson. The Luck of the Vails. 5 January 1901 to 22 June 1901 (weekly).
  21. Maxwell Gray. Four-Leaved Clover. 29 June 1901 to 31 August 1901 (weekly).