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On Saturday 13 August members of the Dickens Fellowship were led on a tour of the Borough area of South London by former President of the Fellowship Dr Tony Williams. The photograph shows members in Newington Gardens, site of Horsemonger Lane Gaol, where on 13 November 1849 he attended the public execution of Maria and Frederick Manning for murder. Maria was to be recalled in the portrait of the murderess Hortense in Bleak House. Members from the North East of England and New York were in attendance. Photo courtesy of Janet Recknell-Turner.
Most articles were printed without naming their author; only the editor, "Conducted by Charles Dickens", was mentioned on the first page and the head of every other page. While a complete key to who wrote what and for how much in Household Words was compiled in 1973 by Anne Lohrli (using an analysis of the office account book maintained by Dickens' subeditor, W. H. Wills ), unfortunately the account book for All the Year Round has not survived. Ella Ann Oppenlander has attempted to provide something comparable in a 1984 book not easily procured, but only manages to identify less than a third of the contributors: Dickens' All the Year Round: Descriptive Index and Contributor List . In July 2015 antiquarian bookseller and Dickens scholar Jeremy Parrott announced at a conference in Belgium that he had discovered Dickens's own annotated set of "All the Year Round", naming all the contributors. A full guide to the magazine is now in progress and should be published in 2018.