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    The Argosy (UK) [v2 #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 Nov 1915
    • 17 · “The Liberry” · Ian Hay · nv The Strand Magazine Oct 1922
    • 32 · Laugh at Leisure · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 33 · The Angel of the Darker Brink · Phyllis Bottome · ss The Delineator Nov 1921
    • 40 · In Nature’s Cathedral · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 43 · The Persecution of Bob Pretty · W. W. Jacobs · ss The Strand Magazine Jan 1903
    • 49 · Mademoiselle Perle · Guy de Maupassant · ss Ainslee’s Magazine Jan 1926; #2 in the “World’s Great Love Stories” series.; translated from the French.
    • 56 · The Most Dangerous Game · Richard Connell · nv Collier’s Jan 19 1924
    • 67 · The Eighteenth Leap · Vingie E. Roe · ss The Story-teller Aug 1920
    • 75 · The Farmer’s Money · E. Walter Hülphers; translated by Mrs. E. Gee Nash · ss
    • 77 · The Sweets of Solitude · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 80 · My Ward · Walter E. Grogan · ss Cassell’s Magazine of Fiction Apr 1912
    • 89 · The Passage · Ernest Raymond · ss
    • 94 · Mr. Pickwick Takes the Reins · Charles Dickens · ex The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, Chapman & Hall 1837
    • 95 · An Episode Under the Terror · Honoré de Balzac · ss Shorter Stories from Balzac, Walter Scott 1890, as “In the Time of the Terror”; translated from the French (“Un Épisode Sous la Terreur”, 1830).
    • 103 · In Youth Is Pleasure · Robert Wever · pm (r)
    • 104 · Purple and Fine Linen · T. W. Hanshew · ss The Story-teller Feb 1910
    • 115 · The Opened Door · Anthony Hope · ss Tales of Two People, Methuen 1907
    • 117 · The Cult of Clothes · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 118 · The Trees of Pride · G. K. Chesterton · na The Story-teller Nov 1918






    The Argosy (UK) [v2 #18, November 1927] (Amalgamated Press, 1/-, 152pp, pulp)
    • viii · Shepherd’s Love · John Drinkwater · pm (r)
    • 1 · The Coming of Abel Behenna · Bram Stoker · ss Dracula’s Guest, Routledge 1914
    • 11 · The Song of the River · Mrs. Baillie Reynolds · ss The Story-teller Apr 1908
    • 18 · The Last Word · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 19 · That Brute Simmons · Arthur Morrison · ss Pelican
    • 22 · The Resolve · Alexander Brome · pm Songs and Other Poems, Henry Brome 1664
    • 23 · Golden Beads and Poppy Seeds · James Francis Dwyer · nv Woman’s Home Companion Jul 1922 (+1)
    • 43 · Man and His Work · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 45 · The Conscript · Honoré de Balzac · nv La Revue de Paris Feb 23 1831
    • 53 · The Invisible Man [Father Brown] · G. K. Chesterton · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jan 28 1911
    • 61 · New Lamps for Old · Rutherford Crockett · pm (r)
    • 62 · Little Speck in Garnered Fruit · O. Henry · ss The Voice of the City, McClure 1908
    • 65 · Black Roses [Part 3 of 3] · Francis Brett Young · sl (r)
    • 87 · White Narcissus · Jassy Torrund; translated by Thérèse Ericsson · ss; #7 in the “World’s Great Love Stories” series.
    • 97 · The Catchpoll · Rafael Sabatini · ss
    • 104 · Happiness · Guy de Maupassant · ss Complete Works, Dunne 1903; translated from the French (“Le Bonheur”).
    • 107 · Burdon’s Tomb · Barry Pain · ss The Strand Magazine May 1911
    • 121 · Fashions Through the Ages · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 125 · October · Warwick Deeping · ss The Story-teller Oct 1923
    • 130 · Love’s Secret · William Blake · pm Life of William Blake, Alexander Gilchrist, Macmillan and Co. 1863
    • 131 · To Kill a Man · Jack London · ss The Saturday Evening Post Dec 10 1910
    • 137 · The Paradise of Choice · “Q” · ss Noughts and Crosses, Cassell & Co. 1891
    • 139 · At the Mid Hour of the Night · Thomas Moore · pm (r)
    • 140 · Trilby [Part 5 of 7] · George du Maurier · n. James R. Osgood, McIlvaine 1895




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