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    The Argosy (UK) [Vol. I No. 2, July 1926] (Cassell’s, 1/-, 150pp, pulp)
    • viii · Announcement · [The Editor] · ms
    • 1 · The Young Man Who Stroked Cats · Morley Roberts · ss The Strand Magazine December 1910
    • 12 · He Who Wanted More · H. de Vere Stacpoole · ss (r)
    • 18 · What They Say in “The Farmer’s Wife” · Eden Phillpotts · ms (r)
    • 19 · Chrystal’s Century · E. W. Hornung · ss The Strand Magazine June 1903
    • 27 · To Chloe · William Cartwright · pm Comedies, Tragi-Comedies, with Other Poems by Thomas Cartwright, Humphrey Moseley, 1651
    • 28 · The Optimist Sees It Through · [Various] · ms
    • 31 · Slim-Fingered Jim · Anthony Hope · ss Collier’s Weekly February 13 1904
    • 37 · The Croxley Master · Sir Arthur Conan Doyle · nv The Strand Magazine October 1899 (+2)
    • 49 · Two Poets · Amanda B. Hall · pm All-Story Cavalier Weekly August 22 1914
    • 57 · Home-Made History—II: William II · Hansard Watt · pm The Story-teller August 1909
    • 58 · “The Best Short Story I Have Read” · [Various] · ms
    • 61 · Grit of Women · Jack London · ss McClure’s Magazine August 1900
    • 66 · Sullivan’s Bargain · B. M. Croker · ss The Cornhill Magazine July 1897
    • 71 · North of the Tropic of Capricorn · A. E. W. Mason · ss Metropolitan Magazine January 1914
    • 79 · The Lost Inheritance · H. G. Wells · ss The Minster March 1896
    • 83 · The Lighted Candles · Robert Hichens · ss Metropolitan Magazine April 1908 (+1); #2 in the “World’s Great Mystery Stories” series.
    • 89 · Leisure · W. H. Davies · pm Songs of Joy and Others by W. H. Davies, A.C. Fifield, 1911
    • 96 · £100 Pound Competition · [uncredited] · qz
    • 97 · The Things Which Are Cæsar’s · Owen Oliver · ss The Strand Magazine December 1906
    • 101 · In Remembrance of John Ingerfield, and of Anne, His Wife · Jerome K. Jerome · ss John Ingerfield by Jerome K. Jerome, McClure, 1893
    • 113 · Cap’en Jollyfax’s Gun · Arthur Morrison · ss Metropolitan Magazine February 1907
    • 117 · A Passion in the Desert · Honoré de Balzac; translated by Marjorie Laurie · ss
      translated from the French (“Une Passion dans le Désert”, 1830).
    • 124 · The Signal · Vsevolod Mikhaylovich Garshin · ss Current Literature January 1912
      translated from the Russian.
    • 128 · The Grasshopper · Richard Lovelace · pm Lucasta by Richard Lovelace, , 1649
    • 129 · The Rebel · “Bartimeus” · ss The Story-teller June 1922
    • 137 · Dracula [Part 2 of 9] · Bram Stoker · sl Constable, 1897


    The Argosy (UK) [Vol. I No. 3, August 1926] (Cassell’s, 1/-, 152pp, pulp)
    • viii · Personal to the Reader · [The Editor] · ed
    • 1 · A Bank Mystery · Robert Barr · ss (r)
    • 7 · The Prince of Crersa · E. Phillips Oppenheim · ss Cassell’s Winter Annual #4, 1922/23
    • 14 · Charon · Lord Dunsany · pp Saturday Review (UK) August 20 1910
    • 15 · The Bird of Paradise · John Russell · ss Collier’s August 19 1916
    • 24 · The Open Road · [Various] · ms
    • 25 · The Lady of the Ladle · Lewis Carroll · pm The Whitby Gazette August 31 1854
    • 27 · The Soul of Nicholas Snyders · Jerome K. Jerome · ss Collier’s Weekly December 10 1904
    • 31 · Little Fräulein and the Big World · I. A. R. Wylie · ss Good Housekeeping June 1924
    • 50 · A Glass of Whisky · “Sapper” · ss The Strand Magazine December 1921
    • 57 · In Round Stone Valley · Vingie E. Roe · ss The Story-teller December 1917
    • 69 · The Man and the Snake · Ambrose Bierce · ss San Francisco Examiner June 29 1890
    • 73 · The Enoch of Ballyhoustie · Andrew Soutar · ss The New Magazine (UK) December 1913
    • 80 · New Limericks · [uncredited] · pm (r)
    • 82 · Father Gaucher’s Elixir · Alphonse Daudet · ss (r)
      translated from the French.
    • 86 · Home-Made History—III: John · Hansard Watt · pm The Story-teller September 1909
    • 87 · The Murders in the Rue Morgue [C. Auguste Dupin] · Edgar Allan Poe · nv Graham’s Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine April 1841; #3 in the “World’s Great Mystery Stories” series.
    • 104 · His First Appearance as a Juryman · Richard Marsh · ss On the Jury by Richard Marsh, Methuen, 1918
    • 114 · Viewpoints from “The Best People” · David Gray & Avery Hopwood · ms (r)
    • 115 · A Long-Ago Affair · John Galsworthy · vi Cassell’s Weekly April 4 1923
    • 117 · The Going of the White Swan · Sir Gilbert Parker · ss Scribner’s Magazine January 1895
    • 124 · Charles · Capt. Frank H. Shaw · ss The Story-teller March 1909
    • 137 · Dracula [Part 3 of 9] · Bram Stoker · sl Constable, 1897


    The Argosy (UK) [Vol. I No. 4, September 1926] (Cassell’s, 1/-, 152pp, pulp)
    • viii · To a Honey Bee · Philip Freneau · pm (r)
    • 1 · Where Was Wych Street? · Stacy Aumonier · ss The Saturday Evening Post February 26 1921
    • 9 · A Hard Case · Fred Jay · ss The Story-teller April 1907
    • 14 · The English Tutor · Perceval Gibbon · nv The Saturday Evening Post April 14 1923
    • 35 · The Lying in the Grass · Edmund Gosse · pm (r)
    • 37 · The Ship’s Rat · I. A. R. Wylie · ss The New Magazine (UK) January 1910
    • 44 · The Light of Arcady · B. C. N. · pm (r)
    • 45 · The Door in the Wall · H. G. Wells · ss The Daily Chronicle July 14 1906
    • 54 · Pen-Pictures of the Sea · [Various] · ms
    • 56 · Madame Bo-Peep of the Ranches · O. Henry · ss The Smart Set June 1902
    • 65 · A Terribly Strange Bed · Wilkie Collins · ss Household Words April 24 1852, uncredited.; #4 in the “World’s Great Mystery Stories” series.
    • 73 · The Sun That Shines on the Dead · Vicente Blasco Ibáñez · ss (r)
    • 86 · Points of View from “Easy Virtue” · Noel Coward · ms (r)
    • 87 · Afterwards · Ian Maclaren · ss The Woman at Home February 1895
    • 96 · The Heart’s Desire · H. M. Tomlinson · ss (r)
    • 100 · Home-Made History—IV: Boadicea · Hansard Watt · pm The Story-teller November 1909
    • 101 · The Chap Upstairs · Roland Pertwee · ss The Saturday Evening Post May 13 1922
    • 109 · Failure Farm · Cosmo Hamilton · ss The Elks Magazine December 1924
    • 121 · A Peg or Two · Olive Wadsley · ss The Story-teller May 1919
    • 125 · In Petaled Gown · Clarence Winchester · pm (r)
    • 126 · The Jewels · Guy de Maupassant · ss Allouma and Other Tales by Guy de Maupassant, Holland Pub. Co., 1895, as “False Gems”
      translated from the French (“Les Bijoux”, Gil Blas, March 27, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 131 · Dracula [Part 4 of 9] · Bram Stoker · sl Constable, 1897


    The Argosy (UK) [Vol. I No. 5, October 1926] (Cassell’s, 1/-, 152pp, pulp)
    • viii · Philosophy for Lovers · Richard Le Gallienne · pm Snappy Stories 1st February 1920
    • 1 · During Dinner · Arnold Bennett · ss Cassell’s Magazine of Fiction October 1923
    • 7 · September · B. Y. Williams · pm (r)
    • 9 · The Baron Starkheim · Melville Davisson Post · ss Collier’s August 12 1916
    • 17 · Sam’s Boy · W. W. Jacobs · ss The Strand Magazine August 1900
    • 23 · The Outcasts of Poker Flat [John Oakhurst] · Bret Harte · ss Overland Monthly January 1869
    • 28 · Proof · G. W. McMullen · pm (r)
    • 29 · Values · I. A. R. Wylie · ss The Story-teller July 1914
    • 38 · In Harvest Time · [Various] · ms
    • 41 · A Mere Interlude · Thomas Hardy · nv Bolton Weekly Journal October 1885
    • 57 · The Schoolmother · Owen Oliver · ss The Story-teller April 1907
    • 62 · Home-Made History—V: Richard · Hansard Watt · pm The Story-teller February 1910
    • 63 · Lost Face · Jack London · ss New York Herald December 13 1908
    • 69 · The Incredible Macaroni · Agnes & Egerton Castle · nv Romances in Red by Agnes & Egerton Castle, Hodder, 1921
    • 82 · A Few Words from “This Woman Business” · Benn W. Levy · ms 1925
    • 83 · Smoky Face · Vingie E. Roe · nv Collier’s June 9 1917
    • 93 · The Hammer of God [Father Brown] · G. K. Chesterton · ss The Saturday Evening Post November 5 1910, as “The Bolt from the Blue”; #5 in the “World’s Great Mystery Stories” series.
    • 101 · A Good Shot · Alexander Pushkin · ss (r)
      translated from the Russian.
    • 107 · The Locket · Rafael Sabatini · ss The London Magazine March 1904
    • 113 · The House of Terror · A. E. W. Mason · nv The Saturday Evening Post May 22 1909
    • 125 · The Inspired Busman · Elinor Mordaunt · ss Saturday Review (UK) July 1 1922
    • 129 · Dracula [Part 5 of 9] · Bram Stoker · sl Constable, 1897


    The Argosy (UK) [Vol. I No. 6, November 1926] (Cassell’s, 1/-, 152pp, pulp)
    • viii · Important Notice · [The Editor] · ed
    • 1 · Out of the Blue · “Sapper” · ss Hutchinson’s Magazine March 1924
    • 7 · The Suicides in the Rue Sombre · Leonard Merrick · ss Metropolitan Magazine June 1906, as “The Suicides in the Rue des Vents”
    • 12 · The Fisherman’s Hymn · Alexander Wilson · pm (r)
    • 13 · The Black Shame of the South Irish · W. Townend · nv Adventure September 1914
    • 21 · My Delight · G. W. McMullen · pm (r)
    • 30 · Wind, Mist and Fog · [Various] · ms
    • 33 · The Vault · Honoré de Balzac · ss (r)
    • 43 · It Plainly Could Happen at Any Time · Brinsley Moore · ss The Story-teller May 1910
    • 50 · The Man with the Ebony Crutches · Ward Muir · nv The Story-teller February 1908; #6 in the “World’s Great Mystery Stories” series.
    • 61 · The Luck of Capoulade · Rafael Sabatini · ss Boys’ Life October 1924
    • 69 · Little Sheet Anchor · I. A. R. Wylie · ss The Story-teller July 1909
    • 77 · Jeff Peters as a Personal Magnet [Jeff Peters] · O. Henry · ss The Gentle Grafter by O. Henry, McClure, 1908
    • 80 · Truths and Half-Truths from “Table Talk” · William Hazlitt · ms (r)
    • 81 · Buckmaster’s Boy · Sir Gilbert Parker · ss The Saturday Evening Post November 16 1907
    • 87 · The Last Card · John Galsworthy · ss Cassell’s Magazine of Fiction February 1925
    • 91 · The Vengeance of the Derelict · Grenville Hammerton · ss The New Magazine (UK) February 1920
    • 98 · Not Wanted · Jesse Williams · nv The Saturday Evening Post November 17 1923
    • 111 · Judge Not · Gustav Meyrinck; translated by Hamilton Marr · ss
    • 113 · The Vertical City · Fannie Hurst · nv Cosmopolitan November 1921
    • 124 · Organ Recital · Arthur L. Lippmann · pm (r)
    • 125 · The Mirror of Men’s Hearts · [Various] · ms
    • 129 · Dracula [Part 6 of 9] · Bram Stoker · sl Constable, 1897


    The Argosy (UK) [Vol. I No. 7, December 1926] (Cassell’s, 1/-, 184pp, pulp)
    • viii · Come Out with Me · A. A. Milne · pm When We Were Very Young by A. A. Milne, Methuen, 1924
    • 1 · Greatness and Jamey Pobjoy · I. A. R. Wylie · ss Good Housekeeping November 1921
    • 14 · A Deal in Ostriches · H. G. Wells · ss Pall Mall Budget December 20 1894
    • 17 · Hell’s Ashes · Robert W. Chambers · ss The Story-teller December 1914
    • 26 · Christmas in Prose and Verse · [Various] · ms
    • 29 · There Is the Man! [Part 1 of 3] · Gilbert Parker · sl
    • 48 · Eating and Drinking · [Various] · ms
    • 49 · A Christmas Mystery · W. J. Locke · ss The Red Magazine December 1909
    • 56 · The Crime of the Brigadier [Brigadier Gerard] · A. Conan Doyle · ss The Cosmopolitan December 1899
    • 62 · Merry England · Scott · pm (r)
    • 63 · Something to Talk About · Eden Phillpotts · pl
    • 74 · Carol and Song · [Various] · ms
    • 75 · The Madonna of the Hungry Child · Philip Gibbs · ss Cassell’s Magazine of Fiction March 1921
    • 86 · Bunches of Knuckles · Jack London · ss New York Herald December 18 1910
    • 93 · Concerning Christmas · “Artemas” · ss Cassell’s Magazine of Fiction December 1921
    • 97 · The Passing of the Third Floor Back · Jerome K. Jerome · nv The Saturday Evening Post November 19 1904
    • 107 · The Open Shutter [Baron de Rosny] · Stanley Weyman · ss The English Illustrated Magazine April 1895
    • 114 · A Cup of Tea · Katherine Mansfield · ss The Story-teller May 1922
    • 117 · Beauty Clear and Fair · John Fletcher · pm (r)
    • 118 · The Workman · Lord Dunsany · pp Saturday Review (UK) March 26 1910
    • 119 · The Red Inn · Honoré de Balzac; translated by Manuel Devaldès · ss; #7 in the “World’s Great Mystery Stories” series.
    • 136 · The Wintry Season · [Various] · ms
    • 139 · A Tiger’s Skin · W. W. Jacobs · ss The Strand Magazine June 1902
    • 145 · King, Queen and Knave · Hans Andersen; translated by Hamilton Marr · ss
      translated from the Danish (“Konge, Dame og Knaegt”).
    • 147 · How Santa Claus Came to Simpson’s Bar · Bret Harte · ss The Atlantic Monthly March 1872
    • 155 · The Model Millionaire · Oscar Wilde · ss The World June 22 1887
    • 158 · Dracula [Part 7 of 9] · Bram Stoker · sl Constable, 1897




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