The Strand Magazine/Volume 3/Issue 14
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Vol. 3. No. 14.
Contents (not listed in original)
- The Saving of Karl Reichenberg, by Arthur Page.
- Illustrated Interviews. No. VIII. Sir Morell Mackenzie, by Harry How.
Illustrated by Paul Hardy.
- After the Crime, from the French of Constant Guéroult.
Illustrated by Gordon Browne.
- My Neighbour's Dogs, by Arthur Morrison.
Illustrated by J. A. Shepherd.
- Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
Adventure VIII. The Adventure of the Speckled Band, by A. Conan Doyle.
Illustrations by Sidney Paget.
- Beauty in Nature I. Introduction, by Sir John Lubbock, Bart., M.P..
Illustrated by W. H. J. Boot.
- Portraits of Celebrities at Different Times of their Lives.
- Princess Victoria of Teck
- Edmund Yates
- George Manville Fenn
- Henri Rochefort
- Arabella Goddard
- Matthew Webb
- Sir James D. Linton
- The Prince’s Crime, a True Romance of India, by J. E. Muddock.
Illustrated by A. Pearse.
- Weather Watchers and Their Work.
Illustrated by John Gülich.
- His Chance at Last, by Harry How.
Illustrated by Hal Ludlow.
- A Night Ride on the "Flying Scotchman", written and illustrated by F. G. Kitton.
- The Romance of a Telegraph Wire, from the German of Karl von Schlözer.
Illustrated by H. R. Millar.
- The Queer Side of Things
- Moozeby, by J. F. Sullivan.
- Hair & Head Curiosities, by illustrated by George Cruikshank, Jr.
- The Doll and the Raven: or, a Fatal Smile
- A Mustard Plaster by Max Cowper
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