Browse Novels in Parts

The following novels appeared in serial parts, most often in 1d weekly, 6d weekly, or 1s monthly installments. The order of the list is chronological. Note: The list is still currently being refined.

  1. Charles Dickens. The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. 20 parts in 19 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Chapman and Hall, April 1836 to November 1837 (monthly).
  2. Renton Nicholson. Cockney Adventures and Tales of London Life. 21 parts (1d per part). Illustrated by Unknown. London: W. M. Clark, 4 November 1837 to 24 March 1838 (weekly).
  3. George William MacArth Reynolds. Pickwick Abroad. 20 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by Alfred Crowquill. London: Sherwood, Gilbert and Piper, February 1838 to September 1839 (monthly).
  4. Charles Dickens. The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. 20 parts in 19 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Chapman and Hall, April 1838 to October 1839 (monthly).
  5. Frances Milton Trollope. Life and Adventures of Michael Armstrong, the Factory Boy. 12 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by Auguste Hervieu. London: Henry Colburn, March 1839 to February 1840 (monthly).
  6. Charles James Lever. The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer. 11 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. Dublin: William Curry, March 1839 to January 1840 (monthly).
  7. Henry Cockton. The Life and Adventures of Valentine Vox, the Ventriloquist. 20 parts in 19 (1s per part). Illustrated by Thomas Onwhyn. London: Robert Tyas, April 1839 to October 1840 (monthly).
  8. William Johnstoune Nelson Neale. Paul Periwinkle. 20 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Thomas Tegg, April 1839 to May 1841 (monthly) irregular.
  9. Anonymous. Charley Chalk. 9 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by Jacob Parallel. London: George Berger, July 1839 to March 1840 (monthly).
  10. William Harrison Ainsworth. Jack Sheppard. 15 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by George Cruikshank. London: Bentley, 29 November 1839 to 6 March 1840 (weekly).
  11. Frederick Marryat. Poor Jack. 12 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by Clarkson Stanfield. London: Longman, January 1840 to December 1840 (monthly).
  12. William Harrison Ainsworth. The Tower of London. 12 parts in 13 (1s per part). Illustrated by George Cruikshank. London: Bentley, January 1840 to December 1840 (monthly).
  13. Charles James Lever. Charles O'Malley, the Irish Dragoon. 22 parts in 21 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. Dublin: William Curry, March 1840 to December 1841 (monthly).
  14. Paul Patterson. The Playfair Papers. 4 parts unfinished (1s per part). Illustrated by Robert Cruikshank. London: Hugh Cunningham, May 1840 to August 1840 (monthly).
  15. William Harrison Ainsworth. Old Saint Paul's. 12 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by John Franklin. London: Hugh Cunningham, January 1841 to December 1841 (monthly).
  16. G. P. R. James. The Commissioner. 14 parts in 13 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. Dublin: William Curry, December 1841 to December 1842 (monthly).
  17. Samuel Lover. Handy Andy. 12 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by Samuel Lover. London: Lover and Groombridge, January 1842 to December 1842 (monthly).
  18. Charles James Lever. Jack Hinton, the Guardsman. 13 parts in 12 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. Dublin: William Curry, January 1842 to December 1842 (monthly).
  19. Pierce Egan. Captain Macheath. 17 parts (1d per part). Illustrated by Pierce Egan. London: F. Hextall, 1 January 1842 to 30 April 1842 (weekly) dates approximate.
  20. William Hamilton Maxwell. The Fortunes of Hector O'Halloran, and his Man Mark Antony O'Toole. 13 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by John Leech. London: Bentley, May 1842 to May 1843 (monthly).
  21. Catherine Ann Crowe. Adventures of Susan Hopley. 5 parts (7d per part). Illustrated by Unknown. Edinburgh: William Tait, June 1842 to October 1842 (monthly).
  22. Catherine Ann Crowe. Adventures of Susan Hopley. 18 parts (2d per part). Illustrated by Unknown. Edinburgh: William Tait, 4 June 1842 to 1 October 1842 (weekly).
  23. Frances Milton Trollope. Jessie Phillips. 12 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by John Leech. London: Henry Colburn, December 1842 to November 1843 (monthly).
  24. Samuel Lover. Treasure Trove. 13 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by Samuel Lover. London: Frederick Lover, January 1843 to December 1843 (monthly).
  25. Charles Dickens. The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. 20 parts in 19 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Chapman and Hall, January 1843 to July 1844 (monthly).
  26. Charles Knox. Harry Mowbray. 12 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by Charles Harvey Weigall. London: John Ollivier, January 1843 to December 1843 (monthly).
  27. Charles James Lever. Tom Burke of "Ours". 22 parts in 20 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. Dublin: William Curry, February 1843 to September 1844 (monthly).
  28. James Malcolm Rymer. The Black Monk. 52 parts (1d per part). Illustrated by Unknown. London: Edward Lloyd, 18 March 1843 to 15 March 1844 (weekly) dates approximate.
  29. William Hurton. The Pirate's Doom. 17 parts (2d per part). Illustrated by Unknown. London: Hextall and Wall, 17 July 1843 to 6 November 1843 (weekly).
  30. Henry Cockton. Sylvester Sound, the Somnambulist. 12 parts in 11 (1s per part). Illustrated by Thomas Onwhyn. London: W. M. Clark, November 1843 to September 1844 (monthly).
  31. William Harrison Ainsworth. Windsor Castle. 11 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by George Cruikshank. London: Henry Colburn, January 1844 to November 1844 (monthly) dates approximate.
  32. Eugène Sue. The Wandering Jew. 78 parts (3d per part). Illustrated by M. Valentin. London: Chapman and Hall, 1 July 1844 to 31 December 1845 (weekly) dates approximate.
  33. George William MacArth Reynolds. The Mysteries of London. 105 parts (1d per part). Illustrated by G. Stiff. London: George Vickers, 21 September 1844 to 19 September 1846 (weekly).
  34. Henry Cockton. The Love Match. 12 parts in 11 (1s per part). Illustrated by Thomas Onwhyn. London: W. M. Clark, October 1844 to August 1845 (monthly).
  35. Charles Rowcroft. Fanny, the Little Milliner. 12 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: John Mortimer, December 1844 to November 1845 (monthly).
  36. James Malcolm Rymer. Varney the Vampyre. 109 parts (1d per part). Illustrated by Unknown. London: Edward Lloyd, 1 January 1845 to 28 February 1847 (weekly) dates approximate.
  37. Charles James Lever. The O'Donoghue. 13 parts in 11 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. Dublin: William Curry, January 1845 to November 1845 (monthly).
  38. Sarah Stickney Ellis. Temper and Temperament. 24 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by Unknown. London: Fisher, June 1845 to May 1847 (monthly).
  39. Charles Dickens. Oliver Twist. 10 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by George Cruikshank. London: Bradbury and Evans, January 1846 to October 1846 (monthly).
  40. Charles James Lever. The Knight of Gwynne. 20 parts in 19 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Chapman and Hall, January 1846 to July 1847 (monthly).
  41. George Herbert Bonaparte Rodwell. Woman's Love. 10 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by Alfred Crowquill. London: Kent and Richards, February 1846 to November 1846 (monthly).
  42. J. Sheridan Le Fanu. The Fortunes of Colonel Torlogh O'Brien. 11 parts in 10 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. Dublin: James McGlashan, April 1846 to January 1847 (monthly).
  43. Albert Richard Smith. Struggles and Adventures of Christopher Tadpole at Home and Abroad. 16 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by John Leech. London: Bentley, September 1846 to December 1847 (monthly).
  44. Charles Dickens. Dombey and Son. 20 parts in 19 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Bradbury and Evans, October 1846 to April 1848 (monthly).
  45. William Makepeace Thackeray. Vanity Fair. 20 parts in 19 (1s per part). Illustrated by W. M. Thackeray. London: Bradbury and Evans, January 1847 to July 1848 (monthly).
  46. Augustus Mayhew. The Greatest Plague of Life. 6 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by George Cruikshank. London: David Bogue, February 1847 to July 1847 (monthly).
  47. Gabriel Alexander. Wallace. 35 parts (1d per part). Illustrated by George Standfast. London: John Dicks, 1 March 1847 to 31 October 1847 (weekly).
  48. Frederick Marryat. The Children of the New Forest. 4 parts unfinished (1s per part). Illustrated by Unknown. London: Henry Hurst, April 1847 to July 1847 (monthly).
  49. Gabriel Alexander. Wallace. 8 parts (5d per part). Illustrated by George Standfast. London: John Dicks, April 1847 to November 1847 (monthly).
  50. William Blanchard Jerrold. The Disgrace to the Family. 6 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Darton and Co., June 1847 to November 1847 (monthly).
  51. Augustus Mayhew. Whom to Marry and How to Get Married!. 6 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by George Cruikshank. London: David Bogue, November 1847 to April 1848 (monthly).
  52. George Herbert Bonaparte Rodwell. Old London Bridge. 52 parts (1d per part). Illustrated by Alfred Ashley. London: Partridge and Oakey, 1 January 1848 to 31 December 1848 (weekly) dates approximate.
  53. Augustus Mayhew. The Image of his Father. 6 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Henry Hurst, April 1848 to September 1848 (monthly).
  54. Charles James Lever. Roland Cashel. 20 parts in 19 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Chapman and Hall, May 1848 to November 1849 (monthly).
  55. George Herbert Bonaparte Rodwell. Old London Bridge. 13 parts in 12 (1s per part). Illustrated by Alfred Ashley. London: J. and D. A. Darling, May 1848 to April 1849 (monthly).
  56. Albert Richard Smith. The Pottleton Legacy. 10 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: David Bogue, September 1848 to June 1849 (monthly).
  57. Douglas William Jerrold. A Man Made of Money. 6 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by John Leech. London: Punch Office, October 1848 to March 1849 (monthly).
  58. William Makepeace Thackeray. The History of Pendennis. 24 parts in 23 (1s per part). Illustrated by W. M. Thackeray. London: Bradbury and Evans, November 1848 to December 1850 (monthly).
  59. Angus Bethune Reach. Clement Lorimer. 6 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by George Cruikshank. London: David Bogue, November 1848 to April 1849 (monthly).
  60. Frank Smedley. Frank Fairlegh. 15 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by George Cruikshank. London: Arthur Hall, January 1849 to March 1850 (monthly).
  61. Charles Dickens. The Personal History of David Copperfield. 20 parts in 19 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Bradbury and Evans, May 1849 to November 1850 (monthly).
  62. George Herbert Bonaparte Rodwell. Old London Bridge. 52 parts (1d per part). Illustrated by Alfred Ashley. London: Henry Lea, 1 January 1850 to 31 December 1850 (weekly) dates approximate.
  63. Charles James Lever. The Daltons. 24 parts in 23 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Chapman and Hall, May 1850 to April 1852 (monthly).
  64. Frank Smedley. Lewis Arundel. 21 parts in 20 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Virtue, Hall, and Virtue, December 1850 to July 1852 (monthly).
  65. Henry Mayhew. 1851. 8 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by George Cruikshank. London: David Bogue, February 1851 to September 1851 (monthly).
  66. William Harrison Ainsworth. Mervyn Clitheroe. 12 parts in 11 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Chapman and Hall, December 1851 to June 1858 (monthly) irregular.
  67. Robert Smith Surtees. Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour. 13 parts in 12 (1s per part). Illustrated by John Leech. London: Bradbury and Evans, January 1852 to December 1852 (monthly).
  68. James Malcolm Rymer. Paul Clifford. 162 parts (1d per part). Illustrated by Unknown. London: Edward Lloyd, 1 January 1852 to 31 December 1853 (weekly) dates approximate.
  69. Charles Dickens. Bleak House. 20 parts in 19 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Bradbury and Evans, March 1852 to September 1853 (monthly).
  70. Charles James Lever. The Dodd Family Abroad. 20 parts in 19 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Chapman and Hall, September 1852 to April 1854 (monthly).
  71. Harriet Beecher Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. 15 parts (2d per part). Illustrated by George Cruikshank. London: Cassell, 23 October 1852 to 15 January 1853 (weekly).
  72. Gabriel Alexander. Lilias, the Milliner's Apprentice. 52 parts (1d per part). Illustrated by W. H. Thwaits. London: John Dicks, 11 February 1853 to 3 February 1854 (weekly).
  73. Robert Smith Surtees. Handley Cross. 17 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by John Leech. London: Bradbury and Evans, March 1853 to October 1854 (monthly) irregular.
  74. Gabriel Alexander. Lilias, the Milliner's Apprentice. 12 parts (6d per part). Illustrated by W. H. Thwaits. London: John Dicks, March 1853 to February 1854 (monthly).
  75. William Makepeace Thackeray. The Newcomes. 24 parts in 23 (1s per part). Illustrated by Richard Doyle. London: Bradbury and Evans, October 1853 to August 1855 (monthly).
  76. Percy Bolingbroke St. John. Paul Peabody. 8 parts unfinished (6d per part). Illustrated by Watts Phillips. London: William S. Orr, October 1853 to May 1854 (monthly).
  77. Frank Smedley. Harry Coverdale's Courtship and All That Came of It. 15 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Virtue, Hall, and Virtue, November 1854 to January 1856 (monthly).
  78. Charles Dickens. Little Dorrit. 20 parts in 19 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Bradbury and Evans, December 1855 to June 1857 (monthly).
  79. George William MacArth Reynolds. Agnes. 52 parts (1d per part). Illustrated by F. Gilbert. London: John Dicks, 12 December 1855 to 15 January 1857 (weekly) dates approximate.
  80. Robert Smith Surtees. "Ask Mamma". 13 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by John Leech. London: Bradbury and Evans, March 1857 to March 1858 (monthly).
  81. Augustus Mayhew. Paved with Gold. 13 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Chapman and Hall, March 1857 to March 1858 (monthly).
  82. Charles James Lever. Davenport Dunn. 22 parts in 21 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Chapman and Hall, July 1857 to April 1859 (monthly).
  83. William Makepeace Thackeray. The Virginians. 24 parts in 23 (1s per part). Illustrated by W. M. Thackeray. London: Bradbury and Evans, November 1857 to October 1859 (monthly).
  84. Shirley Brooks. The Gordian Knot. 12 parts in 10 (1s per part). Illustrated by John Tenniel. London: Bentley, January 1858 to December 1859 (monthly) irregular.
  85. Charles Dickens. A Tale of Two Cities. 8 parts in 7 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Chapman and Hall, June 1859 to December 1859 (monthly).
  86. Robert Smith Surtees. Plain or Ringlets?. 13 parts in 12 (1s per part). Illustrated by John Leech. London: Bradbury and Evans, July 1859 to June 1860 (monthly).
  87. Charles James Lever. One of Them. 15 parts in 14 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Chapman and Hall, December 1859 to January 1861 (monthly).
  88. James Malcolm Rymer. Edith the Captive. 104 parts (1d per part). Illustrated by F. Gilbert. London: John Dicks, 12 March 1860 to 24 February 1862 (weekly).
  89. Anthony Trollope. Orley Farm. 20 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by J. E. Millais. London: Chapman and Hall, March 1861 to October 1862 (monthly).
  90. Charles James Lever. Barrington. 13 parts in 12 (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Chapman and Hall, February 1862 to January 1863 (monthly).
  91. James Malcolm Rymer. Edith Heron. 104 parts (1d per part). Illustrated by Unknown. London: John Dicks, 24 February 1862 to 1 February 1864 (weekly) dates approximate.
  92. Anthony Trollope. Can You Forgive Her?. 20 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by H. K. Browne. London: Chapman and Hall, January 1864 to August 1865 (monthly).
  93. Robert Smith Surtees. Mr. Facey Romford's Hounds. 12 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by John Leech. London: Bradbury and Evans, May 1864 to April 1865 (monthly).
  94. Charles Dickens. Our Mutual Friend. 20 parts in 19 (1s per part). Illustrated by Marcus Stone. London: Chapman and Hall, May 1864 to November 1865 (monthly).
  95. Capt. Mayne Reid. The Headless Horseman. 20 parts (6d per part). Illustrated by R. J. Hamerton. London: Chapman and Hall, March 1865 to October 1866 (monthly).
  96. Shirley Brooks. Sooner or Later. 17 parts in 16 (1s per part). Illustrated by George Du Maurier. London: Bradbury and Evans, November 1866 to February 1868 (monthly).
  97. Anthony Trollope. The Last Chronicle of Barset. 32 parts (6d per part). Illustrated by G. H. Thomas. London: Smith, Elder, 1 December 1866 to 6 July 1867 (weekly).
  98. Anthony Trollope. He Knew He Was Right. 32 parts (6d per part). Illustrated by Marcus Stone. London: Virtue, 17 October 1868 to 22 May 1869 (weekly).
  99. Anthony Trollope. He Knew He Was Right. 8 parts (2s per part). Illustrated by Marcus Stone. London: Virtue, November 1868 to June 1869 (monthly).
  100. Anthony Trollope. The Vicar of Bullhampton. 11 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by Henry Wood. London: Bradbury and Evans, July 1869 to May 1870 (monthly).
  101. Anthony Trollope. Ralph the Heir. 19 parts (6d per part). Illustrated by F. A. Fraser. London: Alexander Strahan, January 1870 to July 1871 (monthly).
  102. Charles Dickens. The Mystery of Edwin Drood. 6 parts unfinished (1s per part). Illustrated by Luke Fildes. London: Chapman and Hall, April 1870 to September 1870 (monthly).
  103. Henry Morford. John Jasper's Secret. 8 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by Unknown. [None], October 1871 to May 1872 (monthly).
  104. George Eliot. Middlemarch. 8 parts (5s per part). . Edinburgh: Blackwood, December 1871 to December 1872 (monthly) irregular.
  105. Anthony Trollope. The Way We Live Now. 20 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by L. G. Fawkes. London: Chapman and Hall, February 1874 to September 1875 (monthly).
  106. Anthony Trollope. The Prime Minister. 8 parts (5s per part). . London: Chapman and Hall, November 1875 to June 1876 (monthly).
  107. George Eliot. Daniel Deronda. 8 parts (5s per part). . Edinburgh: Blackwood, February 1876 to September 1876 (monthly).
  108. John Edward Jenkins. Jobson's Enemies. 8 parts (42d per part). Illustrated by Fred Barnard. London: Alexander Strahan, January 1879 to December 1882 (monthly) irregular.
  109. William Black. Sunrise. 15 parts (1s per part). . London: Sampson Low, April 1880 to June 1881 (monthly).
  110. Laurence Oliphant. Altiora Peto. 4 parts (5s per part). Illustrated by Unknown. Edinburgh: Blackwood, June 1883 to September 1883 (monthly).
  111. Elim Henry D'Avigdor. Fair Diana. 11 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by G. Bowers. London: Bradbury, Agnew and Co., November 1883 to September 1884 (monthly).
  112. Elim Henry D'Avigdor. A Loose Rein. 11 parts (1s per part). Illustrated by G. Bowers. London: Bradbury, Agnew and Co., May 1886 to March 1887 (monthly).

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