The Strand Magazine/Volume 1/Issue 1
Vol. 1. No. 1.
Chapters (not listed in original)
- The Story of the Strand
Illustrations by George C. Haité.
- "A Deadly Dilemma," by Grant Allen.
Illustrations by Grant Allen.
- The Metropolitan Fire Brigade. Its home and its work.
Illustrations by Mabel Dorothy Hardy and W. B. Wollen, R.I.
- Scenes of the Siege of Paris, from the French of Alphonse Daudet
Illustrations by Sidney Paget.
- Portraits of Celebrities at Different Times of Their Lives
- Alfred Tennyson
- The Rev. C. H. Spurgeon
- Miss Ellen Terry
- Henry Irving
- Algernon Swinburne
- Sir John Lubbock, Bart.
- H. Rider Haggard
- "A Fair Smuggler," from the Russian of Michael Lermontoff.
Illustrations by W. B. Wollen.
- "The Maid of Treppi," from the German of Paul Heyse.
Illustrations by Gordon Browne.
- At the Animals' Hospital.
Illustrations by Mabel Dorothy Hardy.
- "The Mirror," from the French of Léo Lespès.
Illustrations by N. Prescott Davies.
- Fac-simile of the Notes of a Sermon of Cardinal Manning
- "The Queen of Spades," translated from the Russian of Alexander Pushkin.
Illustrations by Paul Hardy.
- "The Two Genies," A Story for Children; from the French of Voltaire.
Illustrations by John Gülich.
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