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    Temple Bar   (about)
    Temple Bar—UK; Dec. 1860-Dec. 1906 (553 issues); John Maxwell (1860-1862), G. A. Sala (1862-1866), Richard Bentley (1866-1898), Macmillan (1898-1906); monthly; standard format, imitation-Cornhill, initially unillustrated, price 1/-; absorbed Bentley’s Miscellany, 1868; editors George Augustus Sala (Dec. 1860-Nov. 1863), Edmund Yates (Dec. 1863-Sep. 1867), George Bentley (Oct. 1867-May 1895), Richard Bentley (Jun. 1895-Aug. 1898?), Gertrude Mayer (Sep. 1898?-Dec. 1900?); early issues ran sensation novels by Sala and M. E. Braddon (“Aurora Floyd,” 1863); later published Wilkie Collins, Charles Reade, Robert Louis Stevenson, Anthony Trollope, Conan Doyle, E. F. Benson; circulation initially 30,000, settled at around 13,000 in the late 1860s but dropped to 8,000 by 1896; indexed, Poole’s (1861-1881 only), Wellesley vol.3 (1860-1900 only).




    Temple Bar [February 1868]
    Issue partially indexed.
    • · The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth · Rhoda Broughton · ss


    Temple Bar [December 1870]
    Issue partially indexed.
    • · The Invisible Eye · Erckmann-Chatrian · nv
      translated from the French (“L’œil invisible ou L’auberge des trois pendus”, 1857).



    Temple Bar [November 1874]
    Issue partially indexed.
    • · The Dream Woman [Part 1 of 2] · Wilkie Collins · nv
      revised from “Brother Morgan’s Story of the Dream-Woman” (The Queen of Hearts, Hurst and Blackett, 1859) itself revised from “The Ostler” (Household Words, Christmas 1855).


    Temple Bar [March 1875]
    Issue partially indexed.
    • · The Dean’s Watch · Erckmann-Chatrian · nv
      translated from the French (“La montre du doyen”, Les Contes Fantastiques, Hachette, 1860).






    Temple Bar [December 1887]
    Issue partially indexed.
    • · By One, by Two, and by Three · Stephen Hall, uncredited · nv












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