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    The Argosy (UK) [Vol. I No. 10, March 1927] (Amalgamated Press, 1/-, 152pp, pulp)
    • viii · To a Poet a Thousand Years Hence · James Elroy Flecker · pm (r)
    • 1 · Did Kressler Kill His Wife? · H. de Vere Stacpoole · ss The Strand Magazine January 1922
    • 8 · Morning in Verse · [Various] · ms
    • 9 · The Stroke of the Hour · Gilbert Parker · ss The Strand Magazine January 1906
    • 16 · Things I Have Known · Clarence Winchester · pm (r)
    • 17 · Jimmy Goggles the God · H. G. Wells · ss The Cosmopolitan November 1898
    • 23 · “Tinker—Tailor—” · I. A. R. Wylie · nv The New Magazine (UK) January 1919
    • 37 · The Stranger · Katherine Mansfield · ss The London Mercury January 1921
    • 43 · The Brute · Joseph Conrad · ss The Daily Chronicle December 5 1906
    • 54 · “Such Stuff as Dreams—” · [Various] · ms
    • 57 · The Nod · Maarten Maartens · ss (r)
    • 64 · The Clarionet Player · Beatrice Harraden · ss The Windsor Magazine December 1902
    • 67 · Fuzzy-Face and Frazzle-Tail · Vingie E. Roe · ss Cassell’s Magazine of Fiction December 1920
    • 76 · The Tragedy at Brookbend Cottage [Max Carrados] · Ernest Bramah · nv News of the World September 7 1913 (+1); #10 in the “World’s Great Mystery Stories” series.
    • 87 · The Commutation Chophouse · Christopher Morley · ss Tales from a Rolltop Desk by Christopher Morley, Doubleday, 1921
    • 92 · Mary of Memories · Tom Gallon · ss The Story-teller June 1911
    • 99 · Women in Love · [Various] · ms
    • 103 · The Countess’s Carriage · H. B. Marriott Watson · ss At a Venture by H. B. Marriott Watson, Methuen, 1911
    • 109 · “Good Hunting, Old Chap” · “Sapper” · ss The Strand Magazine May 1920
    • 116 · The Kingdom of Abdullah · Stephen Bond · ss The New Magazine (UK) May 1921
    • 121 · The Queen of Spades · Alexander Pushkin; translated by Heron Lepper · ss
      translated from the Russian (“Pouschkine”, Biblioteka dlya chteniya, March 1834).
    • 131 · The Attack on the Mill · Émile Zola · nv Romance November 1891
      translated from the French (“L’Attaque du moulin”, Les Soirées de Médan, 1880).


    The Argosy (UK) [Vol. I No. 11, April 1927] (Amalgamated Press, 1/-, 152pp, pulp)
    • viii · The Moon Is Up · Alfred Noyes · pm (r)
    • 1 · Darkness · Max Brand · ss The Story-teller July 1922
    • 8 · March · Ethel M. Pomeroy · pm (r)
    • 9 · Peter’s Pence · W. W. Jacobs · ss The Strand Magazine August 1909
    • 15 · “’Melia, No Good” · I. A. R. Wylie · ss Good Housekeeping July 1917
    • 28 · Scotland in Verse · [Various] · ms
    • 29 · The Love of Ulrich Nebendahl · Jerome K. Jerome · ss The Passing of the Third Floor Back and Other Stories by Jerome K. Jerome, Hurst, 1907
    • 33 · Me-Lee of the North · James Oliver Curwood · ss The Red Book Magazine June 1912
    • 39 · On the Top of the World · [Various] · ms
    • 43 · Because We Loved Him · Capt. Frank H. Shaw · ss The Story-teller April 1908
    • 50 · The Tiger and the Baby · Arnold Bennett · ss The Matador of the Five Towns by Arnold Bennett, Methuen, 1912
    • 57 · The Curious Case of John Mistletoe · Christopher Morley · ss (r); #11 in the “World’s Great Mystery Stories” series.
    • 68 · Points for the Epicure · [Various] · ms
    • 69 · At 2-42 A.M. · James Warner Bellah · ss The Saturday Evening Post December 18 1926
    • 79 · Just Nonsense · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 83 · A Travelling Episode · Michail Yurievitch Lermontof · ss (r)
    • 89 · Barbary Sheep [Part 1 of 2] · Robert Hichens · n. Ainslee’s Magazine July 1907 (+2)
    • 112 · Night-Time Pictures · [Various] · ms
    • 115 · An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge · Ambrose Bierce · ss San Francisco Examiner July 13 1890
    • 120 · Memoirs of a Yellow Dog · O. Henry · ss The (New York) Sunday World March 12 1905
    • 122 · Love and Life · Earl of Rochester · pm (r)
    • 123 · Blue Beads · Mary E. Mann · ss Through the Window by Mary E. Mann, Mills, 1913
    • 128 · The Pope’s Mule · Alphonse Daudet · ss The Cosmopolitan September 1886
      translated from the French (“La Mule de Pape”, 1869).
    • 133 · Fashions, Fops, and Foibles · [Various] · ms
    • 134 · The Seed of McCoy · Jack London · ss The Century Magazine April 1909


    The Argosy (UK) [Vol. I No. 12, May 1927] (Amalgamated Press, 1/-, 152pp, pulp)
    • viii · May Breezes · Mary Coles Carrington · pm (r)
    • 1 · Babu of the Folies Bergères · I. A. R. Wylie · ss The Story-teller September 1912
    • 12 · Evening in Verse · [Various] · ms
    • 13 · Told by the Schoolmaster · John Galsworthy · ss The Forum December 1926
    • 18 · The Innkeeper of “The Troubadours” · Philip Gibbs · ss (r)
    • 24 · The Big Drum · William Gerhardi · ss Harper’s Magazine April 1925
    • 27 · The “Colston’s” Record Run · Capt. Frank H. Shaw · ss The Story-teller May 1908
    • 34 · The Enchantment · Thomas Otway · pm (r)
    • 35 · The Earth Grows Young Again · [uncredited] · pm (r)
    • 39 · The Three Strangers · Thomas Hardy · nv Longman’s Magazine March 1883
    • 50 · Monsieur L’Abbé · Agnes & Egerton Castle · ss The Premier Magazine January 14 1921
    • 58 · The Centurion · A. Conan Doyle · ss Hearst’s International October 1922, as “I Saw Him Crucified”
    • 61 · The Fury · Paul Heyse · ss Four Phases of Love by Paul Heyse, G. Routledge and Co., 1857, as “The Rabbiata”; #1 in the “World’s Great Love Stories” series.
      translated from the German (“L’Arrabiata”, 1853).
    • 70 · The Spirit of Joy · [Various] · ms
    • 73 · The Siege of Berlin · Alphonse Daudet; translated by George Burnham Ives · ss Little French Masterpieces by Honoré de Balzac, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1903
      translated from the French.
    • 77 · The Episode of Captain Barnacle · John Oxenham · ss The Very Short Memory of Mr. Joseph Scorer and Other Seaside Experiences by John Oxenham, Morton, 1903
    • 87 · Brown Wolf · Jack London · ss Everybody’s Magazine August 1906
    • 95 · The Daughter of Huang Chow [Daniel “Red” Kerry] · Sax Rohmer · na Cassell’s Magazine of Fiction December 1921
    • 114 · The Little Boy Who Wished to Die · Arcadie Avertchenko; translated by Scotland Liddell · ss
    • 118 · She Who Came Back · F. Britten Austin · ss The Strand Magazine October 1920
    • 126 · Meeting · George Crabbe · pm (r)
    • 127 · Barbary Sheep [Part 2 of 2] · Robert Hichens · n. Ainslee’s Magazine July 1907 (+2)


    The Argosy (UK) [Vol. II No. 13, June 1927] (Amalgamated Press, 1/-, 152pp, pulp)
    • viii · Personal to the Reader · [The Editor] · ed
    • 1 · Nocturne at the Majestic · Arnold Bennett · ss The Windsor Magazine May 1904
    • 10 · Consequences · Owen Oliver · ss Good Housekeeping November 1915
    • 17 · “The Liberry” · Ian Hay · nv The Strand Magazine October 1922
    • 32 · Laugh at Leisure · [Various] · ms
    • 33 · The Angel of the Darker Brink · Phyllis Bottome · ss The Delineator November 1921
    • 40 · In Nature’s Cathedral · [Various] · ms
    • 43 · The Persecution of Bob Pretty · W. W. Jacobs · ss The Strand Magazine January 1903
    • 49 · Mademoiselle Perle · Guy de Maupassant · ss Ainslee’s January 1926; #2 in the “World’s Great Love Stories” series.
      translated from the French.
    • 56 · The Most Dangerous Game · Richard Connell · nv Collier’s January 19 1924
    • 67 · The Eighteenth Leap · Vingie E. Roe · ss The Story-teller August 1920
    • 75 · The Farmer’s Money · E. Walter Hülphers; translated by Mrs. E. Gee Nash · ss
    • 77 · The Sweets of Solitude · [Various] · ms
    • 80 · My Ward · Walter E. Grogan · ss Cassell’s Magazine of Fiction April 1912
    • 89 · The Passage · Ernest Raymond · ss
    • 94 · Mr. Pickwick Takes the Reins · Charles Dickens · ex The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club by Charles Dickens, Chapman & Hall, 1837
    • 95 · An Episode Under the Terror · Honoré de Balzac · ss Shorter Stories from Balzac by Honoré de Balzac, Walter Scott, 1890, as “In the Time of the Terror”
      translated from the French (as introduction to Mémoires pour servir à l’histoire de la Révolution française, par Sanson, Librairie Centrale, 1829).
    • 103 · In Youth Is Pleasure · Robert Wever · pm (r)
    • 104 · Purple and Fine Linen · T. W. Hanshew · ss The Story-teller February 1910
    • 115 · The Opened Door · Anthony Hope · ss Tales of Two People by Anthony Hope, Methuen, 1907
    • 117 · The Cult of Clothes · [Various] · ms
    • 118 · The Trees of Pride · G. K. Chesterton · na The Story-teller November 1918


    The Argosy (UK) [Vol. II No. 14, July 1927] (Amalgamated Press, 1/-, 152pp, pulp)
    • viii · Forgiven · A. A. Milne · pm Harper’s Magazine February 1927
    • 1 · His Father’s Son [Tales of Men] · Edith Wharton · ss Scribner’s Magazine June 1909
    • 9 · Summer Sunrise · Clarence Winchester · pm (r)
    • 10 · Fourteen Fathoms by Quetta Rock · Randolph Bedford · ss
      revised from an earlier version in the Sydney Mail in 1910.
    • 15 · Blundell’s Improvement · W. W. Jacobs · ss The Strand Magazine August 1902
    • 21 · Dimoussi and the Pistol · A. E. W. Mason · ss The London Magazine September 1905
    • 29 · The Three Tall Sons · Lord Dunsany · ss Saturday Review (UK) December 27 1913
    • 30 · On Rivers · [Various] · ms
    • 33 · Exiles en Casserole · I. A. R. Wylie · nv The Saturday Evening Post February 21 1925
    • 47 · The Procurator of Judæa · Anatole France; translated by Frederic Chapman · ss (r)
    • 54 · The Empty Chair · Stephen Bond · ss The London Magazine June 1903
    • 58 · To Chloris · Sir Charles Sedley · pm Collection of Poems, D. Brown and B. Tooke, 1701
    • 59 · Something Childish but Very Natural · Katherine Mansfield · ss Collier’s January 5 1924; #3 in the “World’s Great Love Stories” series.
    • 68 · The Noble Game · [Various] · ms
    • 70 · The Cone · H. G. Wells · ss Unicorn September 18 1895
    • 76 · Crawford’s Salvation · Frank Hubert · ss The Story-teller October 1910
    • 87 · A Lodging for the Night · R. L. Stevenson · nv Temple Bar October 1877
    • 97 · The Silent Man · Arcadie Avertchenko; translated by Scotland Liddell · ss
    • 100 · The Darkened Moment · [Various] · ms
    • 102 · The Game Played in the Dark [Max Carrados] · Ernest Bramah · nv News of the World December 28 1913
    • 113 · God Bless You! · W. H. Riehl · ss (r)
    • 122 · Friendship Tried and True · [Various] · ms
    • 124 · Trilby [Part 1 of 7] · George du Maurier · n. James R. Osgood, McIlvaine, 1895





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