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    Western Story Roundup
    Title changed from All-Story Western.

    • Publishers:
      • New Publications, Inc.: Western Story Roundup.







    All-Story Western (Canada) [March 1950] (pulp) []
    Issue partially indexed - probably identical contents to the US issue of the same date.
    • · The Gunsmoke Way · Bennett Foster · na Argosy May 21 1938 (+1), as “Granger Wagon”


    All-Story Western (Canada) [May 1950] (pulp) []
    Issue partially indexed - probably identical contents to the US issue of the same date.
    • · Gunhand for Hell’s Range · Bennett Foster · na Argosy December 28 1940 (+4), as “Thunder Hoofs”


    All-Story Western (Canada) [July 1950] (pulp) []
    Issue partially indexed - probably identical contents to the US issue of the same date.
    • · When the Guns Say—Die! · F. V. W. Mason · n. Argosy December 29 1934 (+5), as “Captain Long Knife”













    All the Year Round [Christmas 1860] ed. Charles Dickens (All the Year Round, 4d, 48pp) []
    The extra Christmas number of All the Year Round. This issue is titled “A Message from the Sea”.
    • 1 · Chapter I. The Village · Charles Dickens, uncredited · ss
    • 4 · Chapter II. The Money · Wilkie Collins & Charles Dickens, uncredited · ss
    • 9 · Chapter III. The Club-Night · Charles Dickens, uncredited · nv
    • _12 · untitled (“It happened that at one period of my life…”) · Charles Collins, uncredited · ss; John Tredgear’s story.
    • _19 · untitled (“The question was, Did he throw himself…”) · Harriet Parr, uncredited · ss; David Polreath’s story.
    • _24 · untitled (“We sit by the fire so wide and red…”) · Henry Chorley, uncredited · pm; Captain Jorgan’s story.
    • _25 · untitled (“Mine is my brother’s Ghost Story”) · Amelia B. Edwards, uncredited · ss; Oswald Penrewen’s story.
    • 31 · Chapter IV. The Seafaring Man · Wilkie Collins, uncredited · ss
    • 44 · Chapter V. The Restitution · Wilkie Collins & Charles Dickens, uncredited · ss







    All the Year Round [Christmas 1862] ed. Charles Dickens (All the Year Round, 4d, 48pp) []
    The extra Christmas number of All the Year Round. This issue is titled “Somebody’s Luggage”.
    • 1 · His Leaving It Till Called For · Charles Dickens, uncredited · ss
    • 6 · His Boots · Charles Dickens, uncredited · ss
    • 13 · His Umbrella · John Oxenford, uncredited · ss
    • 18 · His Black Bag · Charles Collins, uncredited · ss
    • 24 · His Writing-Desk · Charles Collins, uncredited · ss; sequel to/continuation of the previous story, titled “The Rest of This Manuscript He Had Put Into His Writing-Desk” on the story itself.
    • 26 · His Dressing-Case · Arthur Locker, uncredited · ss
    • 30 · His Brown-Paper Parcel · Charles Dickens, uncredited · ss
    • 34 · His Portmanteau · Julia Stretton, uncredited · ss
    • 40 · His Hat-Box · Julia Stretton, uncredited · ss; sequel to/continuation of the previous story, titled “The Rest of This Manuscript He Had Put Into His Hat-Box” on the story itself.
    • 45 · His Wonderful End · Charles Dickens, uncredited · ss


    All the Year Round [Christmas 1863] ed. Charles Dickens (All the Year Round, 4d, 48pp) []
    The extra Christmas number of All the Year Round. This issue is titled “Mrs. Lirriper’s Lodgings”.
    • 1 · I. How Mrs. Lirriper Carried on the Business · Charles Dickens, uncredited · ss
    • 12 · II. How the First Floor Went to Crowley Castle · Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell, uncredited · ss
    • 25 · III. How the Side-Room Was Attended by a Doctor · Andrew Halliday, uncredited · ss
    • 31 · IV. How the Second Floor Kept a Dog · Edmund Yates, uncredited · ss
    • 35 · V. How the Third Floor Knew the Potteries · Amelia B. Edwards, uncredited · ss
    • 40 · VI. How the Best Attic Was Under a Cloud · Charles Collins, uncredited · ss
    • 46 · VII. How the Parlours Added a Few Words · Charles Dickens, uncredited · vi


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