The Strand Magazine/Volume 2/Issue 7
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Vol. 2. No. 7.
Contents (not listed in original)
- Tableaux Vivants.
Illustrations by P. Naumann.
- "Woke Up At Last," by Kate Lee.
Illustrations by Gordon Browne.
- Anecdotes of the War Path (continued), written and illustrated by Irving Montagu.
- "Why He Failed".
Illustrations by A. Pearse.
- A Regiment on Wheels.
Illustrations by W. B. Wollen.
- Portraits of Celebrities at Different Times of their Lives.
- The Duke of Fife.
- Mrs. Beerbohm Tree.
- George Augustus Sala.
- Henry Stacy Marks.
- Miss Mary Moore.
- David James.
- Max O'Rell.
- "Sister Gabrielle," a Reminiscence of Max O'Rell During the War, by His Wife.
Illustrations by Jean de Paléologue.
- Illustrated Interviews. No. I. Cardinal Manning, by Harry How.
Illustrations by W. H. J. Boot.
- Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
Adventure I. A Scandal in Bohemia, by A. Conan Doyle.
Illustrations by Sidney Paget.
- "The Bundle of Letters," from the Hungarian of Moritz Jokai.
Illustrations by Paul Hardy.
- The State of the Law Courts. IV. The Criminal Courts.
Illustrations by A. Ludovici.
- Captain Mayne Reid: Soldier and Novelist, by Maltus Questell Holyoake.
- "The King and the Artist,", a Story for Children; from the Spanish. By Mariana Monteiro.
Illustrations by H. R. Millar.
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