The Strand Magazine/Volume 2

The Strand Magazine
Vol. 2 (Jul - Dec 1891)


July 1891 (No. 7)Edit

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  • Tableaux Vivants.
  • Woke Up at Last.
  • Anecdotes of the War-Path, by Irving Montagu.
  • Why He Failed.
  • A Regiment on Wheels.
  • Portraits of Celebrities at different times of their Lives.
    • The Duke of Fife.
    • Mrs. Beerbohm Tree.
    • George Augustus Sala.
    • Henry Stacy Marks, R.A.
    • Miss Mary Moore.
    • David James.
    • Max O'Rell.
  • Sister Gabrielle, a Reminiscence of Max O'Rell During the War, by His Wife.
  • Illustrated Interviews. No. I.—Cardinal Manning.
  • Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Adventure I.—A Scandal in Bohemia, by A. Conan Doyle.
  • The Bundle of Letters, from the Hungarian of Moritz Jokai.
  • The State of the Law Courts. IV.—The Criminal Courts.
  • 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.

August 1891 (No. 8)Edit

Contents

  • Illustrated Interviews. No. II.—Henry Stacy Marks, R.A.
  • Quarantine Island, by Walter Besant.
  • Cats, by J. Maclaren Cobban.
  • The Story of a Game; from the French of Albert Delpit.
  • Celebrities at Play.
  • The Doctor's Story; from the French of Guy de Maupassant.
  • Portraits of Celebrities at different times of their Lives.
    • The Duke of Norfolk.
    • The German Emperor.
    • The German Empress.
    • J. Ashby Sterry.
    • Miss Fortescue.
    • Augustus Harris.
    • Hall Caine.
    • Henry Labouchere.
  • In & About Newmarket.
  • The Prisoner of Assiout, by Grant Allen.
  • The Music of Birds.
  • Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Adventure II.—The Red-Headed League, by A. Conan Doyle.
  • Up a Shot Tower.
  • The Blue Cat, a Story for Children; From the French of Daniel Dare.


September 1891 (No. 9)Edit

  • Illustrated Interviews. No. III.—Madame Albani.
  • The Postmistress of Laurel Run, by Bret Harte.
  • Young Tommy Atkins, a Personal Experience.
  • Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Adventure III.—A Case of Identity, by A. Conan Doyle.
  • Street-Corner Men.
  • For an Old Debt, by J. Harwood Panting.
  • Portraits of Celebrities at Different times of their Lives.
    • Professor Oven
    • Mrs. W. H. Kendal.
    • W. H. Kendal.
    • The Duke of Connaught.
    • Dr. Robson Roose.
    • Michael Maybrick.
    • Henry Russell.
  • The Foundling Hospital.
  • A Perilous Wooing, from the Norwegian of Bjornstjerne Bjornson.
  • Wild Animal Training.
  • The Last Touches, by Mrs. W. K. Clifford, Author of "Mrs. Keith's Crime."
  • Some Curious Inventions
  • The Lucky Coin, a Story for Children, from the Portugese of Gonzalo Fernandez Francoso.
  • The Queer Side of Things.
    • I.—Judicial Innocence.
    • II.—A Variation on Two Suits.


October 1891 (No. 10)Edit

  • Illustrated Interviews. No. IV.—Mr. W. S. Gilbert.
  • The P.L.M. Express. From the French of Jacques Normand.
  • The Charge of the Light Brigade, by Private James Lamb, late 13th Hussars (One of the Six Hundred).
  • Told in the Studios. Three Stories of Artist Life, by "Rita".
  • Notes on Jonathan's Daughters, by Max O'Rell.
  • Portraits of Celebrities at different times of their Lives.
    • The Ex-Empress Eugenie.
    • W. S. Gilbert.
    • Dr. Samuel Smiles.
    • Justin McCarthy, M. P.
    • Charles Warner.
    • Sir Morell Mackenzie.
  • Three in Charge, by W. Clark Russell.
  • Tennyson's Early Days.
  • Laying a Ghost, by George Manville Fenn.
  • Figure-heads.
  • Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Adventure IV.—The Boscombe Valley Mystery, by A. Conan Doyle.
  • Smugglers' Devices.
  • Kojata, a Story for Children, from the Russian.
  • The Queer Side of Things. A Visit to Sir Ogre de Covetous.
  • Portrait Signatures
  • Varieties of Alpine-Climbing


November 1891 (No. 11)Edit

  • George Tinworth and his Work, by Edward Salmon.
  • A Breach of Confidence, by Annie Armitt.
  • Lady Dufferin and the Women of India.
  • Told in the Studios, by Rita.
  • Fireworks.
  • Portraits of Celebrities at different times of their Lives.
    • Thomas Hardy
    • Corney Grain.
    • Mrs. Keeley.
    • Henry Neville.
    • Miss Charlotte M. Yonge.
    • Tommaso Salvini.
  • Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Adventure V.—The Five Orange Pips, by A. Conan Doyle.
  • London from Aloft.
  • Wife or Helpmeet? Study of a Woman, translated from the French of Jeanne Mairet.
  • The Street Games of Children, by Frances H. Low.
  • An Episode of '63, by Henry Murray.
  • Illustrated Interviews. No. V.—Mr. Montagu Williams, Q.C.
  • Fairy Dust, a Story for Children, from the French of George Sand.
  • The Queer Side of Things: The Discovery of a Curious Creature.


December 1891 (No. 12)Edit

  • Illustrated Interviews. No. VI.—Sir Augustus Harris.
  • Two Kisses.
  • Ghosts, by Irving Montagu.
  • Told in the Studios, by "Rita".
  • An Unpublished Letter of Charles Lamb.
  • Major Pendallas, a Christmas Story, by Frank R. Stockton.
  • Portraits of Celebrities at different times of their Lives.
    • Miss Mary Anderson.
    • Andrew Lang.
    • Lord Coleridge.
    • Prince Bismarck.
    • Joseph Parker, D.D.
    • A. Conan Doyle.
    • Madam Cathinca Amyot.
  • Otto's Folly, from the German of P. K. Rosegger.
  • Christmas Crackers.
  • Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Adventure VI.—The Man with the Twisted Lip, by A. Conan Doyle.
  • The Winding Walk, by Frank L. Moir.
  • A Day in the Country, by David Christie Murray.
  • Quixarvyn's Rival, by H. Greenhough Smith.
  • A Vision of St. Nicholas, a Poem for Children, by C. C. Moore.
  • The Queer Side of Things: The Economical Club.


  • Index to Volume 2.