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    Argosy (UK) [v6 #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 (r)
    • 31 · The Second Bandit’s Tale · Karel ‚apek · ss (r)
    • 39 · Why I Live at the P.O. · Eudora Welty · ss The Atlantic Monthly Apr 1941
    • 50 · Crabbed Age and Youth · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 53 · Chinese Chrysanthemum · Romer Wilson · ss (r)
    • 57 · Confessional · Myrtle Johnston · ss The Cornhill Magazine Jan 1933
    • 67 · Between Midnight and Morning · Owen Seaman · pm Punch
    • 68 · February · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 71 · Yea and Nay · Neil Bell · ss The Spice of Life, Collins 1941
    • 77 · Snow Scene · M. Edwin · ss
    • 83 · Tom o’ the Roads · Lord Dunsany · ss The Neolith Feb 1908, as “The Highwayman”
    • 87 · Mrs. Barrow’s Usefulness · James Thurber · ss (r)
    • 95 · The Brute · Joseph Conrad · ss The Daily Chronicle Dec 5 1906
    • 112 · Argosy Crossword · Anon. · pz


    Argosy (UK) [v6 #3, March 1945] (Amalgamated Press, 1/3d, 112pp, 4.7" x 7.6")
    • 2 · Neptune’s Park [from Cymbeline] · William Shakespeare · pm Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies, Edward Blount and William and Isaac Jaggard 1623
    • 3 · The Little Distance · Kay Boyle · ss The Saturday Evening Post Mar 6 1943
    • 15 · The Professional · H. A. Brent · ss
    • 22 · That Begins with an M · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 25 · Desperate Scenery · Whit Burnett · ss Story Jul/Aug 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 (r)
    • 51 · Lotus Eater · W. Somerset Maugham · ss Cosmopolitan Apr 1936
    • 64 · Sleeping Woodlands · T. Lovatt Williams · pm (r)
    • 65 · White Weathercock · T. F. Powys · ss The House With the Echo, 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 (r)
    • 77 · First Horseman · H. G. Wells · ss The Idler Jul 1897
    • 86 · Royal Lines · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 89 · The Rich Coast · Peter Spain · ss (r)
    • 95 · Stingaree · E. W. Hornung · ss (r)
    • 112 · Argosy Crossword · Anon. · pz


    Argosy (UK) [v6 #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 (r)
    • 15 · Tobermory · Saki · ss The Westminster Gazette Nov 27 1909
    • 22 · Wild Life · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 25 · By Courage, Through Danger · Dorothy Cottrell · ss
    • 33 · The Boy and the Stone · John O’Connor · ss The Bell Jul 1944
    • 41 · Bert and the Church Dance · J. E. Spencer · ss (r)
    • 46 · Mainsprings · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 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, John Lane 1944
    • 59 · Was It a Dream? · Guy de Maupassant; translated, uncredited · ss Great Tales of Terror and the Supernatural, ed. Phyllis M. Fraser & Herbert A. Wise, Modern Library 1914; translated from the French (“La Morte”).
    • 63 · Lao Ting and the Luminous Insect · Ernest Bramah · ss The London Mercury Jun 1922
    • 75 · The Ring · Allon Bacon · ss
    • 84 · The Noble Art · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 87 · The Magpie · Peter Spain · vi (r)
    • 89 · Miss Poddy and the Humble Cottage · Noel Langley · nv (r)
    • 112 · Argosy Crossword · Anon. · pz






    Argosy (UK) [v6 #9, September 1945] (Amalgamated Press, 1/3d, 112pp, 4.7" x 7.6")
    This issue adds the delightful caveat that “Argosy is sold subject to the following conditions, namely, that it shall not, without the written consent of the publishers first given, be lent, resold, hired out, or otherwise disposed of by way of Trade except at the full retail price of 1s 3d.: and that it shall not be lent, resold, hired out, or otherwise disposed of in a mutilated condition or in any unauthorised cover by way of Trade.”


    Argosy (UK) [v6 #10, October 1945] (Amalgamated Press, 1/3d, 112pp, 4.7" x 7.6")
    • 2 · Facts · William A. Norris · pm (r)
    • 3 · No. 14 Pony Camp · Barrad · ss (r)
    • 7 · The Last Charge · Edison Marshall · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jun 10 1939
    • 18 · The Shell’s Song · John Keats · pm (r)
    • 19 · Passing the Love of Women · D. D. Black · ss The Saturday Evening Post Aug 27 1927
    • 30 · Green Forest · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 33 · Pride of the Village · Peter Neagoe · ss (r)
    • 37 · They Came to a River · Rogelio Sinán; translated by Joan Coyne · ss (r)
    • 47 · The Grand Passion of Lubovski · Richard G. Hubler · vi The New Yorker Sep 23 1944
    • 49 · If You Have Seen · Thomas Moore · pm (r)
    • 50 · Parting the Winds · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 53 · Wax · Gerald Bullett · ss Helen’s Lovers, and Other Tales, Heinemann 1932
    • 60 · The After-Knowing · Gustav Davidson · pm (r)
    • 61 · The Glass Eye · John Keir Cross · ss The Other Passenger, Westhouse 1944
    • 74 · If This Be True · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 77 · Faithful Jenny Dove · Eleanor Farjeon · ss Hutchinson’s Magazine Oct 1924
    • 89 · The Wild Horses · Clara Laidlaw · ss Story Jul/Aug 1944
    • 97 · Rider and Mare [from Reynard the Fox or the Ghost Heath Run] · John Masefield · pm Macmillan 1920
    • 98 · Police Station · Anon. · qz
    • 99 · A Good Day · Weston Martyr · ss
    • 112 · Argosy Crossword · Anon. · pz


    Argosy (UK) [v6 #11, November 1945] (Amalgamated Press, 1/3d, 112pp, 4.7" x 7.6")
    With this issue the cover design changes to a stylized map with the Argosy ship sailing in the ocean on the bottom left, and the names of the featured authors in a scrolled panel in the middle right.




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