The Harkives Index

The below is an index of sources that are currently available via the Harkives. For a bibliography of Harkness’s fiction, please click here.

 

The Harkives: Index 

 

By Margaret Harkness (arranged chronologically)

‘Women as Civil Servants’. The Nineteenth Century, ed. by James Knowles, September 1881, pp. 369-381. Bound volume (vol X, July-December 1881 (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, & Co., 1881)). Available from the British Library

‘Olive Schreiner’. The Novel Review, 2 1892, p. 112-116. Accessible via 19th Century British Periodicals, sourced from the British Library.

‘Girl Labour in the City’, Justice, 3 March 1888, pp. 4-5. Microfilm held at the British Library.

‘Salvationists and Socialists’, Justice, 24 March 1888, p. 2. Microfilm held at the British Library.

‘Letter to the Editor’, Justice, 14 April 1888, p. 2. Microfilm held at the British Library.

‘Home Industries’, Justice, 28 August 1888, p. 2. Microfilm held at the British Library.

‘The Gospel of Getting On’. To-day: A Monthly Magazine of Scientific Socialism, 52 (1888), p. 83. Accessible via 19th Century British Periodicals, sourced from the British Library.

‘A Reflection’, Justice, 20 April 1889, p. 3. Microfilm held at the British Library.

‘The Loafer. What Shall We Do with Him’, Labour Elector, 21 September 1889, p. 180. Available from the British Library.

‘A Pantomime Child’. The British Weekly: A Journal of Social and Christian Progress, 27 December 1889, p. 138. Print original held at the British Library.

‘ “Salvation” v. Socialism: In Praise of General Booth’. Pall Mall Gazette, 21 October 1890, p. 1-2. Accessible via 19th Century British Newspapers, sourced from the British Library.

‘His First Day’s Wages’. The Sydney Mail, 13 December 1890, p. 1323. Reprinted from the Pall Mall Gazette, 13 September 1890. Available online via Google News.

‘Little Tim’s Christmas’, Pall Mall Gazette, 24 December 1890, reprinted in The Daily Telegraph Supplement, 16 May 1891. The latter version is available on Papers Past, National Library of New Zealand via Trove.

‘Labour Leaders I. John Burns’, Pall Mall Gazette, 10 January 1891. Accessible via Gale.

‘Princess Christian and Captain Lobe, Pall Mall Gazette, 2 March 1891, p. 3. Available from Gale Newspapers.

‘John Law’s Religion’, The Pall Mall Gazette, 1 September 1891, p. 1. Available from Gale Newspapers.

‘A Year of My Life’. The New Review, October 1891, p. 375–84. Accessible via 19th Century British Periodicals, sourced from the British Library.

‘Roses and Crucifix’. The Woman’s Herald, 5 December 1891–27 February 1892. Accessible via 19th Century British Periodicals.

‘The Cardinal as I knew Him.’ The Pall Mall Gazette, 18 January 1892, p. 2. Available via Gale Newspapers.

‘The Children of the Unemployed’, New Review, February 1893, pp. 228-236. Accessible via ProQuest.

‘Connie’, Labour Elector, June 1893-January 1894. Microfilm available via the British Library.

‘A Week on a Labour Settlement’. The Fortnightly Review, 1 August 1894, pp. 206-213. Available in volume form via the British Library.

‘Ideals’. Southern Cross, 20 April 1900, p. 3. Accessible through Trove, the National Library of Australia.

Two Christmases’. The West Australian, 25 December 1903, p. 4. Accessible through Trove, the National Library of Australia.

‘A Leap Year Story’. The West Australian, 27 February 1904, p. 10. Accessible through Trove, the National Library of Australia.

 

About Margaret Harkness (arranged chronologically)

‘Out of Work’, NEW BOOKS. The Pall Mall Gazette, Tuesday 7 August 1888, p 3. Available from Gale Newspapers.

‘A Manchester Shirtmaker’, NEW BOOKS. The Pall Mall Gazette, Wednesday 9 April 1890, p. 3. Available from Gale Newspapers.

‘A Slum-Story Writer’ (An interview with Margaret Harkness). The Evening News and Post, Thursday 17 April 1890, p. 2. Microfilm held at the British Library.

‘ “John Law” and the Labouring Classes’. The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser, Tuesday 6 May 1890, p. 6. Accessible through Trove, the National Library of Australia.

‘Our Portraits. Miss M. E. Harkness (“John Law”)’. The Queen, The Lady’s Newspaper, 31 May 1890, p. 767. Microfilm held at the British Library.

‘Pseudonyms’. Manchester Times, Saturday 7 June 1890, p. 6. Accessible via British Newspapers 1600-1950.

‘Pall Mall Gazette Office’, Pall Mall Gazette, 25 February 1891, p. 6. Available from Gale Newspapers.

‘The Marxist Clique’, Justice, 28 February 1891, p. 1. Microfilm held at the British Library.

‘Our Cardinal’. National Advocate, Saturday 30 April 1892, p. 2. Accessible through Trove, the National Library of Australia.