A Database of Cheap Literature, 1837-1860

About the Periodical

Reynolds's Miscellany of romance, general literature, science, and art

A partial index can be found in John Adcock's Yesterday's Papers.

John Thomas Dicks
British Periodicals
87 nos in 3 vols. 16 p./no. (7 Nov. 1846 – 1 July 1848)Alberta, BL, Bodley, BYU, CUL, SFPL
new series, 1097 nos in 42 vols. 16 p./no. (15 July 1848 – 19 June 1869)BL, Bodley, (GB)Bodley, CUL, IUB, OSU, (GB)OSU, (GB)OSU, (GB)OSU, UKent

Check library catalogue for exact holdings.

Wagner: the wehr-wolf. (nos. 1-38).
The Days of Hogarth; or, the mysteries of old London. (nos. 30-78).
Victor Hugo. The Last Day of a Condemned. (nos. 58-63).
Malcolm J. Errym. Will o' the Wisp. A story for Christmas. (nos. -558).
Lady Clara Cavendish. The Woman of the World (nos. -562).
George W. M. Reynolds. The Coral Island; or, the hereditary curse. (nos. 1-38).
Eugene Sue. Anger. (nos. 13-18).
Eugene Sue. Voluptuousness; or, Madeleine. (nos. 19-25).
George W. M. Reynolds. The Bronze Statue; or, the virgin's kiss. (nos. 38-88).
Paul Pimlico. The Manufacturer. A tale in six chapters. (nos. 49-54).
A. de Lamartine. Raphael. (nos. 59-66).
Paul Pimlico. The Factory Girl. A tale in six chapters. (nos. 67-72).
Eugene Sue. The Mysteries of the People; or, the history of a proletarian family. From the earliest ages to the present time. (nos. 80-136).
The Drunkard's Progress. A tale in two periods. (nos. 83-93).
George W. M. Reynolds. The Slaves of England (nos. 89-109).
G. W. M. Reynolds. The Pixy; or, the unbaptised child. (nos. 94-98).
George W. M. Reynolds. Pope Joan; or, the female pontiff. (nos. 109-133).
George W. M. Reynolds. Kenneth: a romance of the highlands. (nos. 133-181).
Edwin F. Roberts. Bertha Gray, the parish apprentice-girl; or, six illustrations of cruelty. (nos. 138-143).
The Overlooker. A tale of the factories. In six chapters. (nos. 144-149).
Edwin F. Roberts. Gerald Carew: a domestic story. In six chapters. (nos. 150-155).
Edwin F. Roberts. The Coiners: A story of the sessions. In six chapters. (nos. 156-161).
Edwin F. Roberts. The Mother's Choice; or, the half-brothers. (nos. 162-167).
Edwin F. Roberts. The Wreckers; a story of the coast. (nos. 168-173).
Edwin F. Roberts. The Trials of Rose Templeton. (nos. 174-180).
George W. M. Reynolds. The Necromancer: a romance. (nos. 181-212).
The Cotton Spinner: A tale of the Manchester factories. In six chapters. (nos. 187-192).
Onesta. A Venetian tale. (nos. 193-199).
Madame de Chatelain. The Young Highlander: a love tale. (nos. 200-206).
George W. M. Reynolds. The Massacre of Glencoe: a historical tale. (nos. 212-258).
Edwin F. Roberts. The Ashes on the Hearth: a story of the Irish evictions. (nos. 219-230).
Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Negro Life In The Slave-States of America (nos. 219-236).
The White Slave; or, The Memoirs of a Fugitive. An American Tale (nos. 237-257).
Edwin F. Roberts. The Gold-Seekers; or, the new Tontine. (nos. 245-259).
George W. M. Reynolds. The Rye House Plot: or, Ruth the conspirator's daughter. (nos. 258-319).
Edwin F. Roberts. The "United Service;" or, the twin brothers. A story of Liverpool and the last war. (nos. 261-272).
The Two Loves. (nos. 276-292).
A Blot on the Family Escutcheon. (nos. 292-300).
The Lamplighter. (nos. 309-332).
George W. M. Reynolds. May Middleton: or, the history of a fortune. (nos. 319-339).
Mrs. Ann S. Stephens. Fashion and Famine. (nos. 333-357).
George W. M. Reynolds. Omar: a tale of the war. (nos. 339-391).
Madame de Chatelain. The Dalecarlian Conjuror's Day-Book. (nos. 369-503).
Leopold Wray. The Man of Many Daughters. (nos. 375-414).
George W. M. Reynolds. Leila: or the star of Mingrelia. (nos. 391-417).
George W. M. Reynolds. Margaret: or, the discarded queen. A tale of Scottish history. (nos. 417-470).
Pierce Egan. The Waits; a Christmas story. In twelve chapters. (nos. 444-449).
Pierce Egan. The False Step; or, the castle and the cottage. (nos. 450-482).
J. F. Smith. Rochester. (nos. 465-503).
George W. M. Reynolds. Canonbury House; or, the queen's prophecy. A historical tale. (nos. 470-515).
Mrs. Trollope. Jessie Phillips, a tale of the Union workhouse. (nos. 483-496).
M. J. Errym. The Snow-Drift. A story of two Christmas Eves. (nos. 497-504).
M. J. Errym. The Sepoys; or, Highland Jessie. A tale of the present Indian revolt (nos. 504-541).
Malcolm J. Errym. The Life Raft; a tale of the sea. (nos. 558-575).
Lady Clara Cavendish. The Divorce: A tale of fashionable life (nos. 562-589).
George W. M. Reynolds. Mary Stuart, queen of Scots (nos. 570-589).
Malcolm J. Errym. The Incendiaries; or, the haunted manor. (nos. 576-584).
Malcolm J. Errym. True Blue; or, sharks upon shore. A tale of the sea. (nos. 585-596).
Lady Clara Cavendish. The Fallen Star: a domestic tale. (nos. 589-603).
Malcolm J. Errym. The Tempter. (nos. 596-).
Malcolm J. Errym. Holly Bush Hall; or, the track in the snow. A tale for Christmas. (nos. 602-).