The Strand Magazine/Volume 1/Issue 4
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Vol. 1. No. 4.
Contents (not listed in original)
- Pictures with Histories (continued).
- "Two Fishers;" from the French of Guy de Maupassant.
Illustrations by L. Leslie Brooke.
Illustrations by John Gülich.
- "On the Stump for the Pump," by Sir Wilfred Lawson.
Illustrations by J. F. Sullivan, C. Harrison; and from Photographs.
- "The King's Stratagem," by S. J. Weyman.
Illustrations by Paul Hardy.
- Portraits of Celebrities at Different Times of their Lives.
- Earl Granville.
- G. F. Watts, R.A.
- Sir John Everett Millais, Bart., R.A.
- Sir Richard Everard Webster.
- Miss Marion Terry.
- William Terriss.
- Charles Bradlaugh.
- Henry Pettitt.
- A New Industry for Ladies, by Miss Grace Harriman.
Illustrations by Miss I. G. Brittain.
- "The Waltz in 'Faust,'" by Richard Dowling.
Illustrations by Ernest G. Beach.
- Orchids: From a popular point of view.
Illustrations by J. H. Hipsley.
- "A Thing that Glistened," by Frank R. Stockton.
Illustrations by Frank Feller.
- The State of the Law Courts, I.
Illustrations by A. Ludovici.
- Stories of the Victoria Cross: Told by Those who have Won it.
Illustrations by Sidney Paget, Harry Payne and W. B. Wollen, R.I.
- Playwrights' Manuscripts.
- "The Luckiest Man in the Colony," by E. W. Hornung.
Illustrations by A. Pearse.
Illustrations by J. L. Wimbush.
- "The Spider's Web," a Story for Children; from the French of Jacques Normand.
Illustrations by Gordon Browne, R.B.A.
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