The Strand Magazine/Volume 12/Adventures of a Man of Science

The Adventures of a Man of Science  (1896/97) 
by L. T. Meade and Clifford Halifax

Extracted from Strand Magazine, v12, 1896, pp. 57-68; 169-181; 259-272; 401-414; 529-541; 664-677; and v13, 1897, pp. 03-13, 185-197. Accompanying illustrations may be added later.

The Adventures of a Man of Science.

By L. T. Meade and Clifford Halifax, M.D.

We have taken down these stories from time to time as our friend. Paul Gilchrist, has related them to us. He is a man whose life study has been science in its most interesting forms—he is also a keen observer of human nature and a noted traveller. He has an unbounded sympathy for his kind, and it has been bis lot to be consulted on many occasions by all sorts and conditions of men.

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Copyright, 1896, by L. T. Meade, in the United States of America

This work was published before January 1, 1928, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.