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    Chums [v1, #6, October 19, 1892] (1d, 16pp, cover by H. R. M.)
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • 82 · A Ride on a Locomotive · Anon. · ar; illustrated by D. B. W.
    • 84 · My First Shot · Anon. · ss
    • 86 · How I Became a Recruit · Anon. · ss
    • 88 · For Glory and Renown [Part 6 of 16] · D. H. Parry · sl; illustrated by Paul Hardy
    • 90 · A.E. Stoddart · Anon. · iv
    • 91 · Down a Tin Mine · Peter Penn · ar
    • 92 · Our Technical Page · Anon. · cl
    • 93 · The Acrobatic Waiter; or, The Tale of a Restless Man · Anon. · cs; illustrated by S. Marcus
    • 94 · A Fight in Mid-Air · Geo. G. Farquhar · ss
    • 95 · The Editor to His Friends · Anon. · ed
    • 96 · The Ant at Home-II · Anon. · ar




    Chums [v1, #9, November 9, 1892] (1d, 16pp, cover by I. Ginrich, [?])
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • 130 · My Descent as a Diver · Ulysses · ar
    • 131 · Ye Lord Mayor’s Show in ye Time of ye Romans · Anon. · cs; illustrated by Charles L. Pott
    • 132 · My Cycling Adventure · W. Woolderidge · ss; illustrated by Paul Hardy
    • 133 · The Backwoodsman · Anon. · ar; illustrated by W. G. R. B.
    • 134 · Exciting Escapes at Jamrach’s · Anon. · ss
    • 135 · How to Create a Crowd · Anon. · cs; illustrated by Jack B. Yeats
    • 136 · For Glory and Renown [Part 9 of 16] · D. H. Parry · sl; illustrated by Paul Hardy
    • 138 · Our Athletics Page · Anon. · cl; illustrated by S. T. D.
    • 139 · Our Technical Page · Anon. · cl
    • 140 · A Visit to the Central Telegraph Office · Anon. · ar
    • 141 · The Editor to His Friends · Anon. · ed
    • 142 · The Outlaws’ Home · Anon. · ss; illustrated by I. Ginrich, [?]
    • 144 · Some Creatures That Burrow · T. H. · ar


    Chums [v1, #10, November 16, 1892] (1d, 16pp, cover by Gordon Browne)
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • 146 · The Bursting of the Redmire · A. G. Munro · ss
    • 148 · Association Football · Quinbus Flestrin · ar; illustrated by S. T. D.
    • 149 · The Slave of Zanzibar · Anon. · ss; illustrated by Geo. Hutchinson
    • 150 · The Magic Lantern with hints on management [Part 1 of 2] · Wilford F. Field · ar
    • 151 · A Very Good Joke · Anon. · cs
    • 152 · For Glory and Renown [Part 10 of 16] · D. H. Parry · sl; illustrated by Paul Hardy
    • 154 · I Go On Duty · Anon. · ar
    • 155 · Our G.P.O. · Anon. · cl
    • 156 · Shut in with a Ghost · Henry Frith · ss; illustrated by W. Hr. G.
    • 158 · Our Technical Page · Anon. · cl
    • 159 · The Editor to His Friends · Anon. · ed
    • 160 · The Red Indian at Home · Anon. · ar


    Chums [v1, #11, November 23, 1892] (1d, 16pp, cover by Serlick?)
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • 162 · A Chat About Eton College · Anon. · ar
    • 164 · The Boy Garrison. A story of Northern India · Charles J. Mansford · ss
    • 165 · The Terrors of the Opium Den · Anon. · ar
    • 167 · Ye Doings of Julius Caesar in Britain · Anon. · cs; illustrated by Charles L. Pott
    • 168 · How Jabez Scranton Lost His Scalp · Anon. · ss; illustrated by W. G. R. B.
    • 170 · For Glory and Renown [Part 11 of 16] · D. H. Parry · sl; illustrated by Paul Hardy
    • 172 · Told in the Dog Watch: A Narrow Squeak · Anon. · ss
    • 173 · The Football Cure · Anon. · cs; illustrated by Charles L. Pott
    • 174 · The Association Game. Attack and Defence · Quinbus Flestrin · ar; illustrated by S. T. D.
    • 175 · The Editor to His Friends · Anon. · ed
    • 176 · Our G.P.O. · Anon. · cl






    Chums [v1, #16, December 28, 1892] (1d, 16pp)
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.






    Chums [v1, #21, February 1, 1893] (1d, 16pp, cover by I. Ginrich, [?])
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • 322 · “Le Café du Soleil” · Anon. · ss
    • 323 · Amateur Theatricals for Boys; or, How to Run a Drawing-Room Theatre [Part 1 of 2] · Wilford F. Field · ar
    • 324 · The King of the Tight-rope [Blondin] · Anon. · iv
    • 325 · About Bargains · Major Perkins · ar
    • 326 · “Two” A school-story [Part 4 of 16] · Barry Pain · sl; illustrated by Gordon Browne
    • 327 · A Policeman’s Stave · Anon. · pm
    • 327 · Ye Revysed Hystory of England: Henry II · Anon. · cs; illustrated by Charles L. Pott
    • 328 · The Editor to His Friends · Anon. · ed
    • 330 · A Climbing Adventure · Anon. · ss
    • 331 · What Befell a Certain Judge · Andrew Home · ss
    • 332 · Racing Cross-Country, Hurdles and Jumping · R. W. Turner · ar
    • 333 · The Haunted House at Hoe: and how we Ousted the Ghost [Part 7 of 8] · E. Everett Green · sl; illustrated by W. S. Stacey
    • 336 · Our G.P.O. · Anon. · cl


    Chums [v1, #22, February 8, 1893] (1d, 16pp, cover by Paul Hardy)
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • 338 · The Governor of San Dolores · D. H. Parry · ss; illustrated by Paul Hardy
    • 340 · Our Famous Regiments: No. 2: The Foot Guards · Anon. · ar; illustrated by R. Simkin
    • 341 · Cameos of Boyhood: A Brigadier · John Gambril Nicholson · pm
    • 341 · St. Valentynes Day in ye time of ye Romans · Anon. · cs; illustrated by Charles L. Pott
    • 342 · A Night in a “Salvation Doss-House” · Anon. · ar
    • 343 · The Editor to His Friends · Anon. · ed
    • 344 · Our “Olla Podrida” · Anon. · cl
    • 346 · “Two” A school-story [Part 5 of 16] · Barry Pain · sl; illustrated by Gordon Browne
    • 348 · Some Memorable Association Matches · Quinbus Flestrin · ar
    • 349 · The Haunted House at Hoe: and how we Ousted the Ghost [Part 8 of 8] · E. Everett Green · sl; illustrated by W. S. Stacey
    • 351 · Told in the Dog-Watch: The Skylark · Anon. · ss; illustrated by G. H.
    • 352 · Our G.P.O. · Anon. · cl
    • 352 · The Latest in Sell · Anon. · cs


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