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    Home Notes [v3, 21 July to 13 October 1894] (6" x 9½")
    • In “The Shades” [Part 2 of 2] · Anon. · sl; concluding chapters.
    • A Fatal Wooing [Part 1 of 2] · Anon. · sl; opening chapters.
    • Proposals 1 and 2 · Anon. · ss


    Home Notes [v4, 20 October 1894 to 12 January 1895] (6" x 9½")
    Also publishes the first chapter, as a taster, of a Richard Marsh novel The Strange Wooing of Mary Bowler which was published on 1 Jan 1895 as the fourth novel in the “Pearsons Library”, a series of sixpenny paperback originals.
    • A Fatal Wooing [Part 2 of 2] · Anon. · sl; concluding chapters.
    • A Tug of War [Part 1 of 3] · Mrs. Hungerford · sl; opening chapters.
    • A Flat in Durham Mansions · Anon. · ss


    Home Notes [v5, 19 January to 13 April 1895] (6" x 9½")
    • A Tug of War [Part 2 of 3] · Mrs. Hungerford · sl; 13 chapters.
    • Netta Danver’s Mistake · Anon. · ss



    Home Notes [v7, 20 July to 12 October 1895] (6" x 9½")
    Also thirteen short stories which are now published as “Supplements to Home Notes” all minor authors except for Winfred Graham and L. B. Walford.
    • A Lady in Black [Part 2 of 2] · Florence Warden · sl; concluding chapters.
    • The Mystery of the Dallards [Part 1 of 2] · Joan Barrett · sl; opening chapters.


    Home Notes [v8, 19 October 1895 to 11 January 1896] (6" x 9½")
    Also thirteen short stories mainly by unknown writers, e.g. “H. M. R.”, Jenny Wren, etc. but does include a Winifred Graham.
    • The Mystery of the Dallards [Part 2 of 2] · Joan Barrett · sl; concluding chapters.
    • An Idle Word [Part 1 of 2] · Iza Duffus Hardy · sl; opening chapters.
    • The Bees of Lefty Kemp · Ada Cambridge · ss


    Home Notes [v9, 18 January to 11 April 1896] (6" x 9½")
    Also fifteen short stories.


    Home Notes [v163 #2115, August 4, 1934] (C. Arthur Pearson, 2d, 189-232pp, 6.25"x9")
    • 189 · Variety Show · Anon. · ed
    • 191 · Gloria Believed in Ghosts! · Doris Amy Ibbotson · ss
    • 197 · Scientific Sunburn · Nan Gloster · cl
    • 200 · I Admire...The Seaside Charmer · F. E. Baily · ar
    • 202 · The Newest Swimming Strokes · Sid G. Hedges · ar
    • 204 · Your Lucky Stars · Astra · cl
    • 205 · Romantic France · Anon. · ar
    • 210 · Horrors Which Haunt Some Famous Stars · Anon. · ar
    • 211 · Jigsaw Puzzle Contest · Anon. · pz
    • 214 · The Baby at No. 9 · The Homely Mother · ss
    • 219 · Summer Breakfasts · Ambrose Heath · ar
    • 222 · Roadhouse [Part ? of ?] · Monica Ewer · sl




    The Home Queen: A Magazine for Women [v23 #4, May 1904] ed. Frances E. Moore (The Sawyer Publishing Co.; Waterville, Maine, 50¢ per year, 20pp, 10¾" x 15")
    Editors Special Dept’s: Mrs. Nella I. Daggett, Kate V. St. Maur, and Ethel Walbert.. Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.



    The Home Treasury [v4 #6, April 1897] (Home Treasury Co.; Augusta, Maine, 25¢ per year, 16pp, 11" x 15½")
    A Literary Journal Devoted to the Best Interests of Our Homes. Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 1 · The Mysterious Signal [Part 1 of ?] · Fergus Hume · sl
    • 13 · The Robber Chief; or, Conquered by Love [Part last of ?] · Daniel Langley · sl


    The Home Treasury [v4 #8, June 1897] (Home Treasury Co.; Augusta, Maine, 25¢ per year, 16pp, 11" x 15½")
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 1 · For Love’s Sake; or, A Victim of Circumstance [Part 1 of 2] · Frank Pemmon · sl
    • 10 · A Thrilling Adventure · Albert E. Courtney · vi
    • 12 · Disappeared—Where and How? Or, The Adventures of Mr. and Mrs. Small [Part last of ?] · James Pinkerton · sl


    The Home Treasury [v4 #9, July 1897] (Home Treasury Co.; Augusta, Maine, 25¢ per year, 16pp, 11" x 15½")
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 1 · Monsieur Delavigne: M. Rendeau Hilliare’s Strange Adventures with an Unknown Nobleman · Sidoni S. Hilton · ss
    • 2 · A Coin Coincidence · Louis Nelson · vi
    • 10 · For Love’s Sake; or, A Victim of Circumstance [Part 2 of 2] · Frank Pemmon · sl


    The Home Treasury [v5 #9, July 1898] (The Home Treasury Co.; Augusta, Maine, 25¢ per year, 16pp, 11" x 15½")
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 2 · Contraband of War: A Tale of the Hispano-American Struggle · M. P. Shiel · sl
    • 6 · The Mine of Death, or Secret of the Maine’s Destruction · An Eye Witness · sl
    • 12 · Don Carlos Leponto’s Vengeance: A Stirring Story of Cuba’s Struggle for Freedom · John R. Musick · sl



    The Home Treasury [v7 #5, March 1900] (Home Treasury Co.; Waterville, Maine, 25¢ per year, 16pp, 11" x 15½")
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.



    The Home Treasury [v11 #11, September 1904] (Home Treasury Co.; Waterville, Maine, 25¢ per year, 16pp, 11" x 15½")
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 3 · Through Deep Waters; or, From Wealth to Poverty [Part ? of ?] · Jerome Anderson · sl
    • 9 · The Haunted Island [Part ? of ?] · G. Leonard Vale · sl





    Homicide Reporter (UK)    (about)
    One of the many undated “one shot” magazines published in the UK in the years after the Second World War. In a loose series with Crime Detective, Police Detective, Racket-Buster Detective and Crime Investigator.

    • Publishers:
      • Hamilton & Co. (Stafford) Ltd.; 1&2 Melville Court, Goldhawk Road, London W12: Homicide Detective








    Hooded Detective (UK) (1942)    (about)
    British reprint edition of Hooded Detective.

    • Publishers:
      • Gerald G. Swan, Ltd.; 37-38-39 Burne Street, Marylebone, London NW1: Hooded Detective (UK)




    Hopalong Cassidy
    Occasionally listed as a magazine from Dell in the 1950s, but actually a standalone novel.









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