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    Argosy (UK) [Vol. VI No. 1, January 1945] (Amalgamated Press, 1/3d, 112pp, 4.7″ x 7.6″)
    With this issue the numbering has changed such that #1 is January.


    Argosy (UK) [Vol. VI No. 2, February 1945] (Amalgamated Press, 1/3d, 112pp, 4.7″ x 7.6″)
    • 2 · The Rainbow · Edward Shanks · pm (r)
    • 3 · Ronnie Forbes Walks Upon the Waters · John Lastingham · ss
    • 17 · The Accuser · L. A. G. Strong · ss (r)
    • 28 · Sports · Various · ms
    • 31 · The Second Bandit’s Tale · Karel Čapek · ss (r)
    • 39 · Why I Live at the P.O. · Eudora Welty · ss The Atlantic Monthly April 1941
    • 50 · Crabbed Age and Youth · Various · ms
    • 53 · Chinese Chrysanthemum · Romer Wilson · ss (r)
    • 57 · Confessional · Myrtle Johnston · ss The Cornhill Magazine January 1933
    • 67 · Between Midnight and Morning · Owen Seaman · pm Punch
    • 68 · February · Various · ms
    • 71 · Yea and Nay · Neil Bell · ss The Spice of Life by Neil Bell, Collins, 1941
    • 77 · Snow Scene · M. Edwin · ss
    • 83 · Tom o’ the Roads · Lord Dunsany · ss The Neolith February 1908, as “The Highwayman”
    • 87 · Mrs. Barrow’s Usefulness · James Thurber · ss (r)
    • 95 · The Brute · Joseph Conrad · ss The Daily Chronicle December 5 1906
    • 112 · Argosy Crossword · [uncredited] · pz


    Argosy (UK) [Vol. VI No. 3, March 1945] (Amalgamated Press, 1/3d, 112pp, 4.7″ x 7.6″)
    • 2 · Neptune’s Park · William Shakespeare · pm from Cymbeline, Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies by William Shakespeare, Edward Blount and William and Isaac Jaggard, 1623
    • 3 · The Little Distance · Kay Boyle · ss The Saturday Evening Post March 6 1943
    • 15 · The Professional · H. A. Brent · ss
    • 22 · That Begins with an M · Various · ms
    • 25 · Desperate Scenery · Whit Burnett · ss Story July/August 1944
    • 35 · Tomos and the Harp · Rhys Davies · ss
    • 38 · Before the Dawn · Lawrence Binyon · pm (r)
    • 39 · Shrimp · Hector Bolitho · ss
    • 48 · In Quiet of the Night · Various · ms
    • 51 · Lotus Eater · W. Somerset Maugham · ss Nash’s—Pall Mall Magazine October 1935
    • 64 · Sleeping Woodlands · T. Lovatt Williams · pm
    • 65 · White Weathercock · T. F. Powys · ss The House With the Echo by T. F. Powys, Viking, 1928
    • 69 · Barber Whose Uncle Had His Head Bitten Off by a Circus Tiger · William Saroyan · ss Hairenik Association, 1935
    • 75 · Improbable · Various · ms
    • 77 · First Horseman · H. G. Wells · ss The Idler July 1897
    • 86 · Royal Lines · Various · ms
    • 89 · The Rich Coast · Peter Spain · ss (r)
    • 95 · Stingaree · E. W. Hornung · ss (r)
    • 112 · Argosy Crossword · [uncredited] · pz


    Argosy (UK) [Vol. VI No. 4, April 1945] (Amalgamated Press, 1/3d, 112pp, 4.7″ x 7.6″)
    With effect from this issue the title throughout is just “Argosy”, and the caption at the bottom of the Table of Contents has been dropped. This issue contains an announcement that the “short stories submitted for the 1944 [Argosy Prize] competition have been of a very disappointing quality compared with those of the previous year” - so no prize was awarded and the money went to the Royal Literary Fund.
    • 2 · English Air · John Freeman · ms (r)
    • 3 · Anniversary · William L. Worden · ss Woman’s Home Companion February 1944
    • 15 · Tobermory [Clovis Sangrail] · Saki · ss The Chronicles of Clovis by Saki, John Lane, 1911
      revised from the original (Westminster Gazette, November 27, 1909) to feature Clovis rather than Bertie van Tahn.
    • 22 · Wild Life · Various · ms
    • 25 · By Courage, Through Danger · Dorothy Cottrell · ss
    • 33 · The Boy and the Stone · John O’Connor · ss The Bell July 1944
    • 41 · Bert and the Church Dance · J. E. Spencer · ss
    • 46 · Mainsprings · Various · ms
    • 49 · Sidepath of Love · Bruno Frank · ss (r)
    • 58 · Spring Songs
    • 58 · Morning · Geoffrey Johnson · pm (r)
    • 58 · April · John Pudney · pm Almanack of Hope by John Pudney, John Lane, 1944
    • 59 · Was It a Dream? · Guy de Maupassant · ss The Complete Writings of Guy de Maupassant by Guy de Maupassant, The Dunstan Society, 1903
      translated from the French (“La morte”, Gil Blas, May 31, 1887).
    • 63 · Lao Ting and the Luminous Insect · Ernest Bramah · ss The London Mercury June 1922
    • 75 · The Ring · Allon Bacon · ss
    • 84 · The Noble Art · Various · ms
    • 87 · The Magpie · Peter Spain · vi (r)
    • 89 · Miss Poddy and the Humble Cottage · Noel Langley · nv (r)
    • 112 · Argosy Crossword · [uncredited] · pz


    Argosy (UK) [Vol. VI No. 5, May 1945] (Amalgamated Press, 1/3d, 112pp, 4.7″ x 7.6″)
    • 2 · I Heard a Linnet Courting · Robert Bridges · pm (r)
    • 3 · Flight of the Wawkus Bird · Richard Sale · ss Esquire October 1943
    • 15 · Distances of the World · Michael Foster · ss Collier’s March 6 1943
    • 27 · Shakespeare at War · Various · ms
    • 29 · Night at the Police Station · Harry Tuyn · ss
    • 39 · Kitty the Wren · Seán O’Faoláin · ss Nash’s—Pall Mall Magazine March 1937
    • 50 · Full Quiver · Various · ms
    • 53 · Thus I Refute Beelzy · John Collier · ss The Atlantic Monthly October 1940
    • 58 · Day’s Affirmation · Herbert Read · pm Thirty-Five Poems by Herbert Read, Faber and Faber, 1940
    • 59 · The Moon-Caller · MacKinlay Kantor · ss Collier’s October 7 1944
    • 71 · Waterways · Various · ms
    • 75 · The Grandstand Complex · Horace McCoy · ss Esquire December 1935
    • 85 · Yab · Bill Naughton · ss
    • 89 · Sussex Drinking Song · Hilaire Belloc · pm (r)
    • 90 · What Thing Is Love? · Various · ms
    • 93 · Two’s Company · H. P. Toler · vi (r)
    • 95 · To Be Humble and Obedient · translated by Eileen Power · ex from The Goodman of Paris, Routledge, 1928
    • 112 · Argosy Crossword · [uncredited] · pz





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