The Strand Magazine/Volume 1/Issue 3
Vol. 1. No. 3.
Contents (not listed in original)
- Pictures with Histories.
- "Making an Angel," by J. Harwood Panting.
Illustrated by Gordon Browne
- Birthday Cards.
Illustrated by Edgar W. Wilson.
- "The Architect's Wife;" from the Spanish of Antonio Trueba.
Illustrations by Sydney Paget and W. H. J. Boot, R.B.A.
- On the Decay of Humour in the House of Commons, by Henry W. Lucy ("Toby, M.P.").
Illustrated by F. C. Gould.
- "The Snowstorm;" from the Russian of Alexander Pushkin.
Illustrated by Paul Hardy
- "A Night at The Grand Chartreuse," by J. E. Muddock.
Illustrations by G. Lambert and Harold Oakley.
- Portraits of Celebrities at different times of their Lives.
- Her Majesty Queen Victoria.
- Princess Beatrice.
- The Empress Frederick of Germany.
- The Duke of Argyll.
- H. Beerbohm Tree.
- William Black.
- Charles Wyndham.
- Henry M. Stanley.
- Fac-simile of a Handbill of Mr. H. M. Stanley's First Lecture in America.
- Stories of the Victoria Cross: Told by Those who have Won it.
Illustrations by Harry Payne and Sydney Paget.
- How Novelists Write for the Press.
Fac-similes of the MS. of William Black, Walter Besant, Bret Harte and Grant Allen.
- "Jerry Stokes," by Grant Allen.
Illustrated by A. Pearse
- "The Piece of Gold;" from the French of François Coppée.
Illustrated by J. Finnemore.
- "The Voice of Science," by Arthur Conan Doyle.
Illustrated by W. S. Stacey
- "Camille;" from the French of Alfred de Musset.
Illustrated by A. Forestier
- "The Stone-Breaker," a Story for Children; from the French of Quatrelles.
Illustrated by Alan W. Wright.
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