The Strand Magazine/Volume 1/Issue 6
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Vol. 1. No. 6.
Contents (not listed in original)
- "A Torture of Hope," from the French of Villiers de l'isle-Adam.
Illustrations by Paul Hardy.
- How the Blind are Educated, by Edward Salmon.
Illustrations by John Gülich.
- "Out of a Pioneer's Trunk," by Bret Harte.
Illustrations by A. Pearse.
- Anecdotes of the War Path, written and illustrated by Irving Montagu.
- "The Rynard Hold Reef Company, Limited," by Walter Besant.
Illustrations by W. S. Stacey.
- Portraits of Celebrities at Different Times of their Lives.
- John Lawrence Toole.
- Edward S. Willard.
- Miss Kate Rorke.
- The Duke of Clarence and Avondale.
- The Duchess of Fife.
- Prince George of Wales.
- Mme. Albani.
- Miss Agnes Jansen.
- Humours of the Post Office, with Fac-similes.
- Celebrated Beauties.
- "Three Birds on a Stile," by B. L. Farjeon.
Illustrations by Gordon Browne.
- "A Night in an Opium Den," by the Author of "A Dead Man's Diary."
Illustrations by J. L. Wimbush.
- "Janko the Musician;" from the Polish of Sienkiwicz.
Illustrations by H. R. Millar.
- A Silver Harvest written and illustrated by H. Tuck.
- The State of the Law Courts. III.--The Bar.
Illustrations by A. Ludovici.
- The Home for Lost Dogs.
Illustrations by Mabel Dorothy Hardy.
- "The Hermit", a Story for Children; from the French of Voltaire.
Illustrations by Alan W. Wright.
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