The Strand Magazine/Volume 2/Issue 10
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Vol. 2. No. 10.
Contents (not listed in original)
- Illustrated Interviews. No. IV. Mr. W. S. Gilbert., by Harry How.
Illustrations by John Gülich, R. Jones & Mabel Dorothy Hardy.
- The P.L.M. Express. From the French of Jacques Normand.
Illustrations by John Leighton.
- The Charge of the Light Brigade, by Private James Lamb, late 13th Hussars (One of the Six Hundred).
Illustrations by W. B. Wollen
- Told in the Studios Three Stories of Artist Life, by "Rita".
Illustrations by Paul Hardy.
- Notes on Jonathan's Daughters, by Max O'Rell.
Illustrations by Jean de Paléologue.
- Portraits of Celebrities at Different Times of their Lives.
- The Ex-Empress Eugenie.
- W. S. Gilbert.
- Dr. Samuel Smiles.
- Justin McCarthy, M. P.
- Charles Warner.
- Sir Morell Mackenzie.
- Three in Charge, by W. Clark Russell.
Illustrations by W. Christian Symons.
- Tennyson's Early Years.
Illustrations by R. Jones.
- Laying a Ghost, by George Manville Fenn.
Illustrations by G. Hillyard Swinstead.
- Figure-heads, written and illustrated by J. E. Rogers
- Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
Adventure IV. The Boscombe Valley Mystery, by A. Conan Doyle.
Illustrations by Sidney Paget.
- Smugglers' Devices.
Illustrations by J. L. Wimbush.
- Kojata, a Story for Children, from the Russian.
Illustrations by H. R. Millar.
- The Queer Side of Things.
- A Visit to Sir Ogre de Covetous, by J. F. Sullivan
- Portrait Signatures.
- Varieties of Alpine-Climbing, by Frank Feller.
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