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    Every Week: A First Class Journal of General Literature [v6 #10, April 11, 1870] (Horning & King; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 6¢, 16pp, 11″ x 15¾″) []
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 145 · Naomi; or, The Persecuted Maiden [Part 5 of 8] · Gertrude F. de Vingut, uncredited · sl John Bradburn, 1864, as “Naomi Torrente: The history of a woman”
    • 148 · The Splendid Stranger [Part 1 of 2] · M. E. Braddon, uncredited · ss (r)
    • 150 · Barbara Claxton’s Love · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 150 · Isla Bendita: A Legend of the Times of the Buccaneers · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 151 · The Gipsy’s Sacrifice · [uncredited] · vi (r)
    • 153 · Dove-Eye, the Girl Captive; or, Life Among the Maories [Part ? of ?] · [uncredited] · sl (r)
    • 155 · The Mistake of a Night · J. · ss (r)
    • 157 · Kitty Clover · [uncredited] · vi (r)


    Every Week: A First Class Journal of General Literature [v6 #11, April 18, 1870] (Horning & King; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 6¢, 16pp, 11″ x 15¾″) []
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 161 · Naomi; or, The Persecuted Maiden [Part 6 of 8] · Gertrude F. de Vingut, uncredited · sl John Bradburn, 1864, as “Naomi Torrente: The history of a woman”
    • 163 · The Splendid Stranger [Part 2 of 2] · M. E. Braddon, uncredited · ss (r)
    • 164 · Ellen’s Discipline · [uncredited] · vi (r)
    • 165 · Catching a Deserter · W. H. Macy, uncredited · vi (r)
    • 166 · The Wife’s Temptation · B. S. M. · vi (r)
    • 166 · The Scarred Hand · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 167 · An Odd Mistake · [uncredited] · vi (r)
    • 169 · Dove-Eye, the Girl Captive; or, Life Among the Maories [Part ? of ?] · [uncredited] · sl (r)
    • 172 · Walpurga’s Night [Part 1 of 2] · [uncredited] · ss (r) [Ref. Heinrich Zschokke]
      translated from the German of Heinrich Zschokke.










    Everybody’s (UK)   (about)
    Everybody’s was a general weekly magazine that began life in 1913 as The Competitor’s Journal. Everybody’s Weekly was incorporated into the title in 1925 and dominated from 1927; the Competitor’s Weekly element of the title was dropped in 1928. As Everybody’s (although it remained weekly), it ran until 25 April 1959.











    Everybody’s [February 11, 1950] (Everybody’s Publications Ltd., 3d, 40pp, tabloid, cover by photo) []
    listing fiction, poetry, and selected articles. Details supplied by Steve Holland.




    Everybody’s [March 4, 1950] (Everybody’s Publications Ltd., 3d, 40pp, tabloid, cover by photo) []
    listing fiction, poetry, and selected articles. Details supplied by Steve Holland.


    Everybody’s [March 11, 1950] (Everybody’s Publications Ltd., 3d, 40pp, tabloid, cover by photo) []
    listing fiction, poetry, and selected articles. Details supplied by Steve Holland.


    Everybody’s [March 18, 1950] (Everybody’s Publications Ltd., 3d, 40pp, tabloid, cover by photo) []
    listing fiction, poetry, and selected articles. Details supplied by Steve Holland.




    Everybody’s [April 8, 1950] (Everybody’s Publications Ltd., 3d, 40pp, tabloid, cover by photo) []
    listing fiction, poetry, and selected articles. Details supplied by Steve Holland.


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