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    Every Week    (about)
    EVERY WEEK was a weekly illustrated story paper with the usual mail-order advertisements, printing syndicated fiction from all around the world. No copies are found in any library holdings. Many of the stories carry no by-lines. I’ve researched some of the stories and determined who the real author by-line is, or, found the earliest known original source when possible. Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.


    Every Week: A First Class Journal of General Literature [v6 #1, February 7, 1870] (Horning & King; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 6¢, 16pp, 11" x 15¾")
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 1 · Dove-Eye, the Girl Captive; or, Life Among the Maories [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 4 · The Grand Animator · Paul Parallel, M.L.W. · ss
    • 6 · Paul’s Atonement · M. E. O. Malen · ss
    • 9 · Constance Moreton · Anon. · ss
    • 10 · Perdita; or, Fair and False [Part ? of ?] · Fairfax Balfour · sl The London Journal Oct 9 1869-Jan 29 ’70; Chaps 34-41.
    • 14 · How the Choir Went Carolling at Christmas · Anon. · ss


    Every Week: A First Class Journal of General Literature [v6 #2, February 14, 1870] (Horning & King; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 6¢, 16pp, 11" x 15¾")
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 17 · Dove-Eye, the Girl Captive; or, Life Among the Maories [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl (r)
    • 20 · Under the Firs · Anon. · ss (r)
    • 22 · The Haunted Cloister · G. R. Robertson · ss (r)
    • 25 · Perdita; or, Fair and False [Part ? of ?] · Fairfax Balfour · sl The London Journal Oct 9 1869-Jan 29 ’70; Chaps 42-45.
    • 27 · Hunting in South Africa · Anon. · vi (r)
    • 28 · Death for Love · Anon. · ss (r)
    • 29 · Pauline’s Flirtations · Anon. · ss (r)
    • 30 · A Singular Duel · Anon. · vi (r)


    Every Week: A First Class Journal of General Literature [v6 #3, February 21, 1870] (Horning & King; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 6¢, 16pp, 11" x 15¾")
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 33 · Dove-Eye, the Girl Captive; or, Life Among the Maories [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl (r)
    • 36 · A Pot of Gold, and a Pot of Honey · Anon. · vi (r)
    • 36 · Levison’s Victim [Part 1 of 2] · Anon. · ss (r)
    • 38 · A Desperate Stratagem · Alfred O’Meaga · ss (r)
    • 41 · Perdita; or, Fair and False [Part ? of ?] · Fairfax Balfour · sl The London Journal Oct 9 1869-Jan 29 ’70; Chaps 46-48.
    • 43 · Gleaner · John Ross, M.D. · ss (r)
    • 44 · Mendelssohn · Charles Leon Gumpert · pm (r)
    • 45 · Time Works Wonders · Anon. · vi (r)


    Every Week: A First Class Journal of General Literature [v6 #5, March 7, 1870] (Horning & King; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 6¢, 16pp, 11" x 15¾")
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 65 · The Old Song · May Martin · ss (r)
    • 66 · Dove-Eye, the Girl Captive; or, Life Among the Maories [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl (r)
    • 68 · Marcia’s Story · Anon. · vi (r)
    • 69 · The Commercial Traveler’s Story [Part 1 of 2] · Levin C. Tees · ss (r)
    • 71 · The Manager’s Story · Levin C. Tees · ss (r)
    • 73 · Perdita; or, Fair and False [Part ? of ?] · Fairfax Balfour · sl The London Journal Oct 9 1869-Jan 29 ’70; Chaps 52-55.
    • 75 · My Experience with Pirates · Aaron Smith · ss (r)
    • 76 · The Hunter’s Stratagem · Anon. · ss (r)


    Every Week: A First Class Journal of General Literature [v6 #6, March 14, 1870] (Horning & King; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 6¢, 16pp, 11" x 15¾")
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 81 · Naomi; or, The Persecuted Maiden [Part 1 of 8] · Anon. (by Gertrude F. de Vingut) · sl John Bradburn 1864, as “Naomi Torrente: The history of a woman”
    • 84 · The Warning · Anon. · vi (r)
    • 85 · The Ladder of Ropes · Anon. · ss (r)
    • 86 · Dove-Eye, the Girl Captive; or, Life Among the Maories [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl (r)
    • 89 · Perdita; or, Fair and False [Part ? of ?] · Fairfax Balfour · sl The London Journal Oct 9 1869-Jan 29 ’70; Chaps 56-59.
    • 91 · The Commercial Traveler’s Story [Part 2 of 2] · Levin C. Tees · ss (r)
    • 92 · Mr. Farland · T. E. S. · ss (r)


    Every Week: A First Class Journal of General Literature [v6 #8, March 28, 1870] (Horning & King; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 6¢, 16pp, 11" x 15¾")
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 113 · Naomi; or, The Persecuted Maiden [Part 3 of 8] · Anon. (by Gertrude F. de Vingut) · sl John Bradburn 1864, as “Naomi Torrente: The history of a woman”
    • 116 · Elvie’s Pride · Anon. · ss (r)
    • 117 · Time Works Wonders · Anon. · vi (r)
    • 118 · An Adventure on the Prairies · James Rees · ss (r)
    • 118 · Buried · Anon. · ss (r)
    • 121 · Dove-Eye, the Girl Captive; or, Life Among the Maories [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl (r)
    • 123 · Fenwick’s Pride · Anon. · vi (r)
    • 124 · Little Folks’ Corner: Lovel’s Ghost · Anon. · vi (r)
    • 124 · The Prisoner in the Temple · A Sailor · ss (r)


    Every Week: A First Class Journal of General Literature [v6 #9, April 4, 1870] (Horning & King; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 6¢, 16pp, 11" x 15¾")
    NOTE: Pages are all printed and bound out of sequential order. Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 129 · Naomi; or, The Persecuted Maiden [Part 4 of 8] · Anon. (by Gertrude F. de Vingut) · sl John Bradburn 1864, as “Naomi Torrente: The history of a woman”
    • 132 · The Haunted Ship · Philip Ashton · ss (r)
    • 133 · Little Folks’ Corner: Bobby and Bobby’s Bow-Wow · Anon. · vi (r)
    • 134 · Lend Me a Florin: A Tale of Homburg · L. J. · ss (r)
    • 135 · Blossom’s Game · Anon. · vi (r)
    • 137 · Dove-Eye, the Girl Captive; or, Life Among the Maories [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl (r)
    • 139 · The Voyage of the Lapwing · Anon. · ss (r)


    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] · Anon. (by Gertrude F. de Vingut) · sl John Bradburn 1864, as “Naomi Torrente: The history of a woman”
    • 148 · The Splendid Stranger [Part 1 of 2] · Anon. (by M. E. Braddon) · ss (r)
    • 150 · Barbara Claxton’s Love · Anon. · ss (r)
    • 150 · Isla Bendita: A Legend of the Times of the Buccaneers · Anon. · ss (r)
    • 151 · The Gipsy’s Sacrifice · Anon. · vi (r)
    • 153 · Dove-Eye, the Girl Captive; or, Life Among the Maories [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl (r)
    • 155 · The Mistake of a Night · J. · ss (r)
    • 157 · Kitty Clover · Anon. · 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] · Anon. (by Gertrude F. de Vingut) · sl John Bradburn 1864, as “Naomi Torrente: The history of a woman”
    • 163 · The Splendid Stranger [Part 2 of 2] · Anon. (by M. E. Braddon) · ss (r)
    • 164 · Ellen’s Discipline · Anon. · vi (r)
    • 165 · Catching a Deserter · Anon. (by W. H. Macy) · vi (r)
    • 166 · The Wife’s Temptation · B. S. M. · vi (r)
    • 166 · The Scarred Hand · Anon. · ss (r)
    • 167 · An Odd Mistake · Anon. · vi (r)
    • 169 · Dove-Eye, the Girl Captive; or, Life Among the Maories [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl (r)
    • 172 · Walpurga’s Night [Part 1 of 2] · Anon. · ss (r) [Heinrich Zschokke]; translated from the German of Heinrich Zschokke.





    Every Week: A First Class Journal of General Literature [v6 #16, May 23, 1870] (Horning & King; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 6¢, 16pp, 11" x 15¾")
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 241 · Doreetha · Ray Jones · ss (r)
    • 242 · All for Gold; or, Who Is the Heir? [Part 2 of ?] · Anon. · sl (r)
    • 244 · Somewhat Mistaken · John Hampton · ss (r)
    • 245 · The Lover’s Quarrel · Annie Rossmore · vi (r)
    • 246 · Little Maud · A. S. N. C. · ss (r)
    • 246 · The Story of a Dream · Mattie Raine · vi (r)
    • 247 · The Faded Violets · S. Clements · vi (r)
    • 249 · Love in the Fire · S. Clements · ss (r)
    • 250 · Tarley; or, The Pet of Hawkswood [Part 3 of 3] · Anon. · sl (r)
    • 252 · Subdued at Last [Part 1 of 2] · Markhan Howard · ss (r); reprinted uncredited, as “Kenneth” in Arthur’s Home Magazine, August 1870.
    • 253 · Nannie’s Inheritance · John Hampton · ss (r)



    Every Week [May 3, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [May 10, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [May 17, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [May 24, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [May 31, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [June 7, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [June 14, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [June 21, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [June 28, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [July 5, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [July 12, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [July 19, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [July 26, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [August 2, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [August 9, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [August 16, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [August 23, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Every Week [August 30, 1915]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


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