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Every Boy's Journal

Total Issues: 10

The opening Editor's Chat from issue 1: "Another Boys Journal, yes, and Every Boys Journal our title is a bold one, our venture is a bold one, and to suggest it we appeal to every boy. Much has been said for and against literature for the young, and we have our eyes open to the fact that years ago a great deal of pernicious rubbish was printed and sold, and that a few remnants of the same still struggle for existence. But right must conquer in the end, and for our boys part, we are perfectly willing to allow boys to use their common sense, and pick the sterling metal from the spurious. The Tyranical Baron who slew his peasants for sport, and died conscious stricken to slow music, has had his day, and now sleeps. Boys now know that Dick Turpin was but a blustering scoundrel of the lowest type and will have no more of him, or the host of bogies that trampled on his heels."

Issues & Index Sources

  12-Apr-1884 – 7-Jun-1884

#becomes Every Boy's Paper

Publishers

  E. Maurice

Frequency

  weekly

Every Boy's Magazine (UK)

Total Issues: 35+48+60+176=319

Issues & Index Sources

  Feb-1862 – Dec-1864
  Jan-1865 – Dec-1868, as Routledge's Magazine for Boys
  Jan-1869 – Dec-1873, as Young Gentleman's Magazine
  Jan-1874 – Sep-1888, as Every Boy's Magazine

#merges with The Boy's Own Paper

Publishers

  Routledge & Warne

Editors

  1862 – 1864: J. G. Edgar
  ?: Edmund Routledge

Prices

  6d

Frequency

  monthly

Every Boy's Magazine (US)

Issues & Index Sources:  c. 1929: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Prices:   5c

Everyboy's Monthly

Total Issues: 47

"This monthly paper was published on the same lines as the Boy's Own Paper and its editor was George Andrew Hutchison who was also in charge of the B.O.P. at that time. For its first main story they had a serial written by none other than Sir Arthur Conan Doyle entitled "An Excitement Xmas Eve, or My Lecture on Dynamite". Perhaps readers have seen the bound issues of this paper in the past with the title changed to Everyboy's Annual. No reason was given for its discontinuation." (W.O.G. Lofts)

Issues & Index Sources

  Feb-1905 – Dec-1908

#merges with The Boy's Own Paper

Publishers

  The Religious Tract Society, The Leisure Hour Office, 56 Paternoster Row, London EC

Editors

  George A. Hutchison

Prices

  1d

Frequency

  monthly

Every Boy's Paper

Total Issues: 10

Issues & Index Sources:  14-Jun-1884 – 16-Aug-1884
Publishers:   E. Maurice
Frequency:   weekly

Every Boy's Weekly

see under The Scout

Everyday

Religious paper; also released in monthly parts.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan-1918 – ?
Publishers:   Wells, Gardner Darton
Frequency:   weekly

Every Day Series of Choice Reading

Total Issues: 550

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1890s
Publishers:   Syndicate Trading Co.
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

Everygirls

"The Magazine of the Camp Fire Girls", had a special literary issue containing "numerous stories" in November 1930 (Vol 18 #3).

Issues & Index Sources:  c. 1930
Formats:   quarto
Pagecounts:   36pp
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Every Girl's Magazine

Religious paper. "Stories suitable for girls".

Issues & Index Sources:  1938
Publishers:   C.S.S.M., 5 Wigmore St., London W1
Frequency:   monthly

Every Girl's Paper

Total Issues: 50

Issues & Index Sources

  Jan-1927 – Mar-1931

#becomes Girl's Own Paper

Publishers

  The Religious Tract Society, 4 Bouverie St., London EC4

Frequency

  monthly

Everyland

Sunday School magazine, subtitled "a magazine of world friendship for girls and boys", that regularly ran fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  Dec-1909 – Dec-1928: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   Everyland Publishing Company, West Medford, Mass
Frequency:   monthly
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Everyone's (Story Magazine)

see under Everybody's Story Magazine

Every Saturday

Ran many UK serials (Yates, Reade, Trollope, Dickens, Hardy). By 1870 was highly illustrated and rival to Harper's Weekly.

Issues & Index Sources

  6-Jan-1866 – 31-Oct-1874: Index to Periodical Literature

#merges with Littell's Living Age

Publishers

  1866 – 1871: Ticknor & Fields [and successors], Boston
  1871 – 1873: J.R. Osgood
  1874: H.O. Houghton

Editors

  Thomas Bailey Aldrich

Frequency

  weekly

Every Week [1862]

An illustrated journal of entertaining literature and useful information.

Issues & Index Sources:  1862 – ?
Publishers:   George Vickers
Frequency:   weekly

Every Week [1869] (UK)

Total Issues: 1387?

Waite called it "a miracle of cheap production". There must be a later mag of this title which published "Code No. 2" by Edgar Wallace, 24 Jul. 1916?

Issues & Index Sources:  9-Jul-1869 – 28-Feb-1896
Publishers:   John Dicks
Formats:   large tabloid (crown quarto)
Prices:   ½d
Pagecounts:   16pp
Frequency:   weekly

Every Week [1869] (US)

Every Week was a weekly illustrated story paper with the usual mail-order advertisements, printing syndicated fiction from all around the world.

Issues & Index Sources:  1869? – ?: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   Horning & King, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Pagecounts:   16pp
Frequency:   weekly

Every Week [1915]

This magazine was actually copies of the preceding Sunday's syndicated Sunday supplement from The Associated Sunday Magazine rebound as a 3c weekly magazine. It soon folded due to wartime paper shortage.

Issues & Index Sources:  3-May-1915 – 1918?: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   Associated Sunday Magazines (Joseph Knapp & James B. Duke)
Formats:   tabloid
Frequency:   weekly


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