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    The Argosy (UK) [Vol. XXVI No. 162, November 1939] (Amalgamated Press, 1/-, 112pp, pulp)
    • 2 · The Shaping Moment · Clarence Winchester · pm (r)
    • 3 · The Salvation of Pisco Gabar · Geoffrey Household · ss The Grand Magazine May 1936, as “The Salvation of Gabar”
    • 17 · The Falls · L. A. G. Strong · ss Nash’s—Pall Mall Magazine January 1935
    • 25 · On the Contrary · Stella Benson · ss Hope Against Hope by Stella Benson, Macmillan, 1931
    • 33 · A Busman’s Holiday · Francis Brett Young · ss Nash’s—Pall Mall Magazine March 1930
    • 42 · Hunter’s Moon · [Various] · ms
    • 45 · At the Sign of the Grapeshot · Leo Perutz; translated by J. R. Perceval · ss (r)
    • 62 · They Say and They Said · [Various] · ms
    • 63 · The Man Who Stole the Pelican · I. A. Williams · ss The Living Age December 6 1924
    • 69 · Black Frailty · Louis Golding · ss The Doomington Wanderer by Louis Golding, Gollancz, 1934
    • 82 · Three Pages of Verse
    • 82 · The Just War: An Ode · Adrian Bury · pm (r)
    • 84 · Background · Claire Cameron · pm (r)
    • 84 · The Mind Content · Robert Greene · pm (r)
    • 85 · “My Cousin, the Bookbinder” · E. V. Lucas · ss The Cornhill Magazine July 1907
    • 90 · The Open Door · Mrs. Oliphant · nv Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine January 1882




    Argosy (UK)
    Title changed from The Argosy. Title is “Argosy of Complete Stories” on front cover and contents page, but just “Argosy” on spine. Printed in England by Allied Newspapers Ltd., Manchester and published on the 7th of each month by The Amalgamated Press Ltd., The Fleetway House, Farringdon Street, London, E.C.4. Cover has large faint silhouette of ship in background, with small darker silhouette of ship in foreground, in two different colours, together with list of author names. On the first issue seen (5/40) the caption at the bottom reads “Enjoy the Good Company of the World’s Greatest Writers”; on later issues this just lists the featured story.



    Argosy (UK) [Vol. I No. 2 (New Series), March 1940] (Amalgamated Press, 1/-, 192pp, 5.3″ x 7.6″)
    • 2 · Wander-Thirst · Gerald Gould · pm (r)
    • 3 · Why the Gunner Went Ashore · “Bartimeus” · ss Naval Occasion and Some Traits of the Sailor-Man by Bartimeus, William Blackwood, 1914
    • 18 · Cruel Clever Cat · Geoffrey Taylor · pm New Verse
    • 19 · Long Division · G. B. Stern · ss (r)
    • 29 · This Means You—And Me · [Various] · ms
    • 31 · The Portrait · Aldous Huxley · ss Harper’s Magazine December 1922
    • 41 · The Screw · Cora Jarrett · ss I Asked No Other Thing by Cora Jarrett, Farrar, 1937
    • 47 · Madrigal · [uncredited] · pm 1602
    • 48 · Compliment and Comment · [Various] · ms
    • 51 · Louisa, Lady Whitney · André Maurois · ss
    • 59 · What’s Your Guess? · [uncredited] · qz
    • 60 · Sweet Sleep · [Various] · ms
    • 65 · The Toad Men of Tumbaroo [Colin Glencannon] · Guy Gilpatric · ss The Saturday Evening Post December 5 1936
    • 80 · Don’t You Believe It! · [Various] · ms
    • 83 · First Love · Phyllis Bottome · ss (r)
    • 95 · Death, Fire and Life · Arnold Bennett · ss The Delineator February 1926, as “A Kiss for Curtenty”
    • 109 · Orange Blossom · Francis Brett Young · ss The Cage Bird and Other Stories by Francis Brett Young, Heinemann, 1933
    • 128 · Two Poems · Alice Meynell · gp (r)
    • _128 · At Night · Alice Meynell · pm Other Poems by Alice Meynell, privately printed, 1896
    • _128 · Renouncement · Alice Meynell · pm Sonnets of Three Centuries ed. T. Hall Caine, Elliot Stock, 1882
    • 129 · The Young Doctor [Reginald Fortune] · H. C. Bailey · nv Mr. Fortune’s Practice by H. C. Bailey, Methuen, 1923
    • 148 · Every Dog His Day · [Various] · ms
    • 149 · Amok · Stefan Zweig · na Neue Freie Presse, 1922
    • 192 · Argosy Crossword · [uncredited] · pz


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