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    The Boy’s Standard [#198 v8, August 16, 1879] (1d, 16pp, cover by W. B.)
    • 113 · Lions and Tigers; or, The Pirates of the South Pacific [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 117 · The Man of Destiny · Anon. · ar
    • 119 · Strike for the King; or, Rally Round the Standard [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 121 · A Young Rip. His Adventures, Comical and Otherwise, at School and at Home [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 126 · Dark Page in Russian History · Anon. · ar
    • 127 · Pastimes for the Ingenious · Anon. · pz
    • 128 · Answers to Correspondents · [Misc.] · ms


    The Boy’s Standard [#199 v8, August 23, 1879] (1d, 16pp)
    • 129 · Lions and Tigers; or, The Pirates of the South Pacific [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 132 · A New Year’s Eve Tragedy · Anon. · ss
    • 134 · Strike for the King; or, Rally Round the Standard [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 137 · A Young Rip. His Adventures, Comical and Otherwise, at School and at Home [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 141 · Memories of the Past. Second Series · Anon. · ss
    • 143 · Pastimes for the Ingenious · Anon. · pz
    • 144 · Answers to Correspondents · [Misc.] · ms


    The Boy’s Standard [#278 v11, February 26, 1881] (1d, 16pp)
    • 17 · Daring Ching-Ching; or, The Mysterious Cruise of the Swallow [Part ? of ?] · Anon. (by E. Harcourt Burrage) · sl
    • 22 · Tom True; or, The Mid of the Merry Mermaid [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 25 · Hal the Outcast; or, From Beggar to Baronet [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl; illustrated by Phiz
    • 28 · Hal Fullofun; or, The Boys of Beltem Abbey [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 30 · Red Plume, The Chief of the Poyas [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 31 · Pastimes for the Ingenious · Anon. · pz
    • 32 · Answers to Correspondents · [Misc.] · ms


    The Boy’s Standard [#358 New Series (#644 Old Series), March 17, 1888] (1d, 16pp)
    • 433 · Claymore and Dirk; or, The March of the Cameron Men [Part 2 of ?] · Anon. (by Walter Viles) · sl
    • 437 · The Wasp and the Firefly [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 438 · The Mid and His Monkey [Part 5 of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 441 · Frank Fairplay’s Schooldays [Part 16 of ?] · Anon. · sl The Young Englishman 1874
    • 444 · Life in the Army · One Who Has Served · cl The Young Englishman 1879
    • 446 · The Mystery of Reginald Moire [Part 3 of ?] · Anon. · sl


    The Boy’s Standard [#359 New Series (#645 Old Series), March 24, 1888] (1d, 16pp)
    • 449 · Claymore and Dirk; or, The March of the Cameron Men [Part 3 of ?] · Anon. (by Walter Viles) · sl
    • 453 · A Terrible Experience · Anon. · ss
    • 454 · Frank Fairplay’s Schooldays [Part 17 of ?] · Anon. · sl The Young Englishman 1874
    • 457 · The Mid and His Monkey [Part 6 of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 460 · Life in the Army · One Who Has Served · cl The Young Englishman 1879
    • 466 · The Mystery of Reginald Moire [Part 4 of ?] · Anon. · sl






    Boys’ Wonder Library    (about)
    A short-lived pocket library series from Amalgamated Press, Boys’ Wonder Library reprinted serials primarily from Chums, but included three stirring adventure serials by George E. Rochester from Boys Own Paper. Other authors include Draycot M. Dell (the last editor of Chums) under his pseudonyms Piers Anson and Rodney Holland, Leslie Beresford, John Hunter and John Wheway. All titles were abridged from their original appearances, some quite considerably.































    The Bram Stoker Society Journal [#3 (1991)] ed. Richard Dalby (Dublin: The Bram Stoker Society, 45pp, chapbook)
    Details supplied by Douglas A. Anderson.
    • 1 · Introduction · [Misc.] · in
    • 2 · Editorial · Richard Dalby · ed
    • 3 · Bram Stoker and the Tradition of Irish Supernatural Literature · Albert Power · ar
    • 22 · Witchcraft and the Origins of “The Unfortunate Fursey” · Mervyn Wall · ar
    • 35 · Bram Stoker’s Debut in an Encyclopedia · Richard Dalby · ar
    • 35 · Contemporary Reviews 3: Famous Imposters, by Bram Stoker · Anon. · br The Bookman Spring Supplement Apr 1911
    • 38 · The Tendency of the Modern Stage: A Talk with Sir W. S. Gilbert on Things Theatrical [W.S. Gilbert] · Bram Stoker · iv The Daily Chronicle Jan 2 1908





    The Bram Stoker Society Journal [#7 (1995)] ed. Richard Dalby (Dublin: The Bram Stoker Society, 40pp, chapbook)
    Details supplied by Douglas A. Anderson.
    • 1 · Editorial · Richard Dalby · ed
    • 2 · Bram Stoker and the Cinema · Leslie Shepard · ar
    • 12 · Why Westenra? · Mark Pinkerton · ar
    • 16 · An Irish Vampire? · R. S. Breene · ar The Occult Review Oct 1925
    • 20 · The Ghostly Tale: Must the Author Believe? · Albert Power · ar
    • 32 · Everyman Remembers · Ernest Rhys · ar (r); personal reminiscences of Bram Stoker series.
    • 33 · The Contemporary Reviews: Man, by Bram Stoker · Anon. · br Punch Sep 27 1905
    • 34 · Personal Recollections of Acting: From Oscar Wilde’s “The Picture of Dorian Gray” to Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” · Hurd Hatfield · ar


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