Fred M. White
(1859-1935)

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A Bibliography©

by Roy Glashan

Second Edition, 29 May 2012
Latest Revision: 02 Jan 2017



INTRODUCTION

Perhaps best known for his "Doom of London" stories, in which that city experiences a series of devastating catastrophes, Fred M. White produced a huge opus of short stories and novels, mainly in the genres of crime, romance and science fiction. Many of his works are available on line, notably at Project Gutenberg Australia; some are also available at the Project Gutenberg USA website.

White's earliest extant work appears to be the short novel entitled A Golden Argosy, which was published as a serial in Chambers's Journal, London, and the The Clutha Leader, a New Zealand newspaper, in 1886, the year in which White celebrated his 27th birthday.

Over the years his short stories appeared in newspapers and magazines in England, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the USA. Many of his novels were published in serial as well as book form. The primary, but not only, British and American publishers of White's books were Ward Lock & Co, London, and R.F. Fenno & Co, New York.

All places and dates of publicaton identified in the course of research for this bibliography have been included. This does not, however, mean that the source citations are complete. Most of White's stories probably appeared in England before they were published in other English-speaking countries, but in many cases the only sources found were in Australia, New Zealand, Canada or the USA. Additional sources, if and when found, will be added to future editions of this bibliography.

A number of White's novels were translated and published in several European countries. A search of the WorldCat web site located translations in the following languages. The number of titles found (there may well be more) is given in parentheses:

Hungarian translations of two of White's works were also identified.

Sources consulted in the compilation of this bibliography include:

BIOGRAPHY

NOTE: The information given in this section is based mainly on documentation provided by Maurie and Lyn Mulcahy, creators of most of the many Fred M. White e-books published by Project Gutenberg Australia. Colin Choat, founder and web-master of Project Gutenberg Australia, supplied part of the data relating to Fred M. White's children. My thanks to all three for their help and encouragement.

Most of the biographical data given below were found in census records and other official documents. Except for the following notes published in "The Evening Telegraph," Charters Towers, Queensland, Australia, on January 2, 1909, and in "The Goulburn Evening Penny Post," NSW, Australia, on August 24, 1923, very little other contemprary information could be found.

"Mr. Fred M. White was born in Hereford, in which town his father practised as a solicitor. In due course the son qualified himself to follow in the professional steps of his parent, but before he was out of his "articles" he realised that he "hated and detested anything to do with the law," and the lapse of years has not lessened his distaste. Before the expiration of his "articles" he had begun to make money by his pen, and he soon established himself in London and devoted himself to literary work.

"His first work found its way into "Chamber's Journal" as a short serial, and the editor of that famous magazine was sufficiently pleased with the work to take the very next story that the young author wrote. This was a longer serial, which was made a leading feature of in many numbers. Mr. White cherishes the happiest remembrance of the kind encouragement meted out to him in those days by Mr. Robert Chambers, and his association with "Chamber's Journal" has continued, with but brief intervals, ever since.

For some time it was chiefly with the readers of serial stories in the leading magazines and journals that Mr. White found his reputation. Recently the great success of the books, "The Crimson Blind," "The Cardinal Moth," "The Weight of the Crown," "The Corner House," "The Slave of Silence," "A Fatal Dose," etc., etc., has established the author prominently among the masters of that school of fiction which is not afraid to endow the most modern phases of life with romance. Mrs. Henry Wood knew how to compass this task, and the author of "The Silence of Dean Maitland" has shown how finely it can be carried out under more modern conditions. More modern still is Mr. White in both matter and method, but that is all to the good, since he knows how to create the same strenuous emotional interest that gave these older books their enduring hold upon public attention.

"THE LONELY BRIDE, is perhaps one of the most powerful of Mr. White's novels. It abounds in dramatic situations, and is absorbingly and tragically interesting from start to finish, while the tragedy is ever and anon relieved by touches of genuine and very human pathos. Above all things, THE LONELY BRIDE is intensely human, and strikes every chord in the gamut of our motions."

— "The Evening Telegraph," Charters Towers, Queensland, Australia, January 2, 1909.


"The author, Fred M. White, was born near the Handsworth suburb of Birmingham, but spent his earlier years in Hereford, and after an education in one of the oldest foundation public schools, served some time in the office of his father, a solicitor in the west county city. He abandoned the law as uncongenial, and, for some time engaged in general journalism. When, taking his courage in both hands, he went up to London, he almost at once found an opening on the daily and weekly press. The strenuous work told on him in a few years, so he returned to the country and turned to writing fiction. Successful as a novelist from the first, he has, for a long period, contributed to practically every English magazine and leading newspaper and the prominent American publications. He has the distinctive gifts needed in a writer of serials, and has had the unique distinction of appearing in this form in three of England's most popular weekly journals simulataneously. He is the author of upwards of 70 novels, most of them of the sensational order. Occasionally he turns to the writing of humorous stories as a relief, and in this vein his books, "The Happy Exile" and "A Deal in Letters," are the most successful works. Mr. White lives entirely in the country, and is devoted to various kinds of outdoor recreations. His hobby is a close study of European politics, more especially of the Victorian era."

—"The Goulburn Evening Penny Post," NSW, Australia, August 24, 192


Fred Merrick White was born in the June quarter of 1859 in West Bromwich [1], a small town near Birmingham, England. The record of his birth indicates that his first name was actually "Fred" — not, as is often assumed, "Frederick." His second name "Merrick" was the maiden name of his mother, Helen, who married his father, Joseph, in West Bromwich in the September quarter of 1858.[2] Five years after Fred's birth the couple had another son, Joseph A. White.

At the time of the 1861 census Joseph and Helen White were living with their son at 18 Carters Green, West Bromwich. The census record gives Joseph's occupation as "solicitor's managing clerk." [3]. Ten years later the family was living in Hereford, a county town in West England. When the census for 1871 was taken, the family— Joseph (36), Helen (31), Fred (11), and Joseph A. White (6) — were living at 97 Park Street, St. James Parish, Hereford. In that census Joseph, Sr., gave his profession as "solicitor's articled clerk." [4]

Before becoming a full-time writer, Fred M. White followed in his father's footsteps and worked as a solicitor's clerk in Hereford. By the time of the 1881 census, Joseph White, Sr., was a fully-fledged solicitor. Judging by its new address — Villa 3, Barton Road, St. Nicholas Parish, Hereford — and the fact that it employed a live-in cook (one Louisa Boulton), the family was now quite prosperous. [5]

At some time between 1881 and 1891 Joseph White, Sr., apparently fell foul of the law and was sentenced to a term of imprisonment. The census record for 1891 gives as his place of abode Her Majesty's Prison at 57 Commercial Road, St. Peter Parish, Hereford. [6]

By 1891 Fred M. White, now 31 years old, was working full-time as a journalist and author, presumably earning enough to support himself and his mother, Helen, who, in the census record for that year figures as the head of the household in the Barton Road villa. [7] By this time Fred's brother, Joseph A. White, had left home and was earning a living as a glass-blower. When the 1891 census was taken, he was living with wife and son in the civil parish of Oldbury, Worcestershire. [8]

In the June quarter of the following year, 1892, Fred Merrick White married Clara Jane Smith.[9] The wedding took place at King's Norton, Worcestershire, and the couple had two children: Sydney Eric White (b.1893) and Ormond John White (b. 1895). Both children were born and christened in St. Nicholas Parish, Hereford. [9a]

When the 1901 census was taken, Fred and Clara, were apparently holidaying on the Isle of Thanet, near Westgate-on-Sea, Kent. The census record for that year lists them as "visitors" staying at 117 Templemore. [10]

At that time, Fred's father was no longer in prison and was living as a "retired solicitor", together with his wife Helen, at 8 Lennox Road, Worthington, West Sussex. [11] Fred's brother was still working at the Oldbury Glass Works, and now had four children—a son and three daughters. [12]

Ten years later, at the time of the 1911 census, Fred M. White, now 52 years old, and his wife Clara were living at Uckfield, a town in the Wealden district of East Sussex. (A transcript of this census record is not currently available).

During the First World War, Fred M. White's sons served as junior officers in The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. In November 1915 the elder boy, Sydney Eric, was gazetted as a Second Lieutenant (on probation).[13] This is the last reference to this son found in the course of research for this bibliography.

The author's second son, Ormond John, was listed twice in the London Gazette—the first time in June 1915, when he was confirmed as a Second Lieutenant (on probation) in the 4th Battalion of the Royal Inskilling Fusiliers [14], and again in March 1918 to announce his promition to a full lieutenancy in the preceding year. [15]

The First World War and his sons' war-time experiences evidently influenced Fred M. White's writing during and after this conflict. His novel The Seed Of Empire, published in 1916, describes some of the early trench warfare in great detail—the places and happenings are historically accurate. A number of novels published in the 1920s describe the social changes caused by the war and the difficulties of ex-soldiers in fitting back into normal civilian life.

Fred and Clara spent their final years in Barnstaple in the County of Devon, an area which provided the backdrop for his novels The Mystery Of Crocksands, The Riddle Of The Rail, and The Shadow Of The Dead Hand. Fred Merrick White died here in the December quarter of 1935 [16], his wife, Clara Jane, in the March quarter of 1940. [17]

Records show that the author's younger son, Ormond John, married Irene Victoria Edgar at Lynton, near Barnstaple, North Devon, on 24 June 1936. [18] The bride was a young Australian woman whom he met while she was touring Europe with her wealthy father Walter Birmingham Edgar. [18a] It was a tragically short marriage, for Ormond John White died on 15 August 1936—less than two months after the wedding,[19] and the young widow returned to Australia with her father.

Research for this bibliography turned up very little information about Fred M. White's interests and personal life. One report informs us that:

E. Phillips Oppenheim and Fred M. White,... highly-successful English novelists, are ardent devotees of golf. Mr. White says: "I play it every afternoon; it's fine discipline for the temper."
The San Francisco Call, 20 Jan 1907, Page 13.

This sport is the subject of two of White's short stories — "A Record Round" and "The Last Drive." Other works display considerable expertise about fly-fishing and the game of Bridge, so he presumably engaged in these pursuits, too.

A glimpse of his work habits is given in a newspaper article entitled "The Penmanship Of Famous Authors." Here we read:

Among present day novelists the prize for good handwriting should be awarded to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. His manuscripts are a perfect picture of clear, precise calligraphy, as easy to read as type. Probably the most minute as well as the neatest handwriting is that of Fred M. White. Mr. White writes with his own hand every word of his stories and novels. His manuscript, though so microscopic, is wonderfully clear and well formed, and easy to read when one gets accustomed to his many peculiarities.
The New York Tribune, 24 May 1908

Some indication of the ways in which White found subject matter for his stories and novels is given in an article published in The Albany Law Journal in 1907.

The author of The Slave of Silence, Fred M. White, is one of England's popular writers of ingenious mystery stories. Discussing the subject of ideas for novels, he said recently: "I recollect some years ago in fine weather looking out of a back window and seeing a clothes line. Noticing that the line sagged—the reason being that it had not been in recent use—and remembering that directly a clothes line gets wet it comes up like a harp-string, I at once exclaimed to myself, "Here's a motive.* By some means or another a man fainting or wounded falls in a mesh of cord that is loose and hanging down. There is a kink in the cord, rain descends, the cord tightens, and the man is strangled. Subsequently the rain ceases, the cord loosens, and the body drops to the ground. This would be a death difficult to account for. wouldn't it? I utilised the notion in my book entitled The Cardinal Moth, which attracted the attention of King Edward."
The Albany Law Journal, Jan 1907, p. 20.

[* sic - presumably a typographical error for motif. ]


BIBLIOGRAPHY

NOVELS

The Accused Orchid see The Cardinal Moth

Ambition's Slave
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1916
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The Argus Eye
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1919, 320 pp

Behind The Mask (alternate title of A Fatal Dose, qv); used in:
The Sunday Times, Sydney, Australia, serial, 6 Oct 1907, ff

Blackmail
The Star, London, serial, 8 Dec 1902-12 Jan 1903
The World's News, Sydney, Australia, serial, 7 Feb 1903, ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1918 (first known book edition)
• PGA e-book (HTML), Sep 2013
• RGL e-book (HTML), Sep 2013
• RGL e-book (EPUB), Sep 2013

The Black Valley see The Mystery Of The Ravenspurs

The Blue Daffodil
Published serially under syndication in, e.g.
The Age, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, December 17, 1934, ff.
The South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus, NSW, Austrailia, January 31, 1936, ff.
First book edition: Project Gutenberg Australia and Roy Glashan's Library, 2016
• PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2016
• RGL e-book (HTML), Feb 2016
• RGL e-book (EPUB), Feb 2016

The Brand Of Silence
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1 Jan 1911, 320 pp

A Broken Memory
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, serial, 26 Sep 1929 ff
• Listed by Google Books without publisher and dated 1930
Geraldton Guardian And Express, West Australia, serial, 28 Jan 1933 ff
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• RGL e-book (EPUB), Jan 2012

The Bubble Reputation
The Story-Teller, Aug 1908

By Order Of The League
• Serialised in Chambers's Journal, Vol. LXIII, Sep 11-Dec 25, 1886
• PGA e-book (HTML), Sep 2014
• RGL e-book (HTML), Sep 2014
• RGL e-book (EPUB), Sep 2014

The Cardinal Moth
The Star, London, serial, 21 Dec 1903-25 Jan 1904
The Courier, Hobart, Tasmania, serial, 7 Jan 1904 ff
The Benigo Advertiser, Victoria, Austalia, serial, 2 Mar 1904 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1905, 291 pp; illustrated
As The Cardinal Moth: or, The Accused Orchid
• New Romance Library, No. 19, Street & Smith, New York, 1907?, 322 pp
• PGA e-book (HTML), Sep 2013
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Translations
Hungarian: A titokzatos orchidea(transl. Ernő Kulinyi)
• Singer & Wolfner, Budapest, 1921, 40 pp

The Case For The Crown
The Sydney Morning Herald, serial, 2 Nov 1918 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1919, 313 pp
• PGA e-book (HTML), Jul 2010
• RGL e-book (HTML), Jun 2012
• RGL e-book (EPUB), Jun 2012

Claxton's Mill
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1912, 126 pp

A Clue In Wax
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1930
The Sydney Morning Herald, serial, 10 July 1930 ff
The Examiner, Launceston, Tasmania, serial, 20 May 1931 ff
• PGA e-book (HTML), Oct 2010
• RGL e-book (HTML), May 2012
• RGL e-book (EPUB), May 2012

The Corner House
The Brisbane Courier, serial, 19 Jul 1905 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1906, 317 pp; illustrated by A.T. Smith
• R.F. Fenno & Co, New York, 1906, 317 pp; illustrated by A.T. Smith
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, New York, serial, 5 Aug 1906 ff
The Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York, serial,???? 1906 ff
• Street & Smith, New York, the "New Eagle" series, Vol. 649, 1909?
• PGA e-book (HTML), Jul 2010
• RGL e-book (HTML), May 2012
• RGL e-book (EPUB), May 2012
As The Corner House: or, A Web Of Deception
• New Romance Library, No. 33, Street & Smith, New York, 1909?, 319 pp
Translations
Spanish: La casa del rincón (transl. Ramón Orts Ramos)
• Sopena, "La novela moderna" series, Barcelona, 19??, 115 pp

The Councillors Of Falconhoe
The Sydney Morning Herald, serial, 1 Sep 1922 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1924, 320 pp
• PGA e-book (HTML), Apr 2012
• RGL e-book (HTML), May 2012
• RGL e-book (EPUB), May 2012

Craven Fortune
The Star, London, serial, 31 Oct-6 Dec 1904
The Western Mail, serial, Perth, Australia, 24 Sep 1904 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1908; illustrated by Howard Somerville
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2012

A Crime On Canvas
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1909, 336 pp
• R.F. Fenno & Co, New York, 1909, 336 pp
• G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1909
The Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York, serial, 26 Jul 1909 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 2012

The Crimson Blind (alternate US title: The Mystery Of The Crimson Blind)
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1905, 378 pp; illustrated by Victor Prout
• R.F. Fenno & Co, New York, 1905, 378 pp; illustrated by Victor Prout
• St. Paul Book & Stationery Co., St. Paul, Minnesota, 1905
• Magnet Detective Library, No. 422, Street & Smith, New York, ca. 1910, 285 pp (subtitled "A Plucky Girl's Detective Work")
Digest Magazine Adventure Library edition, ca. 1925
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2010
As The Mystery Of The Crimson Blind
• Arthur Westerbrook Co, Cleveland, Ohio, 19??, 211 pp
• Cleveland Economy Book League, 1933

A Daughter Of Israel
Reynolds's Weekly Newspaper, London, serial, 30 Oct 1892 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Apr 2012

The Day: Or The Passing Of A Throne
The Star, London, serial, Oct 8-Dec 1, 1914
The West Australian, Perth, Australia, serial, 6 Mar 1915 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Apr 2012

A Deal In Letters
• John Long Ltd, London, 1923

The Devil's Advocate
The Mail, Adelaide, Australia, serial, 6 Sep 1924 ff
• John Long Ltd, London, 1930
PGA e-book (HTML), Apr 2012

Dropped From The Fast Express, or A Daughter's Sacrifice
• Laird & Lee, Chicago, ca 1911, p 265; illustrated

The Edge Of The Sword
The New Zealand Herald, serial, 19 Jan 1907 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1908, 128 pp; illustrated

The Ends Of Justice
Camperdown Chronicle, Australia, serial, 20 Jan 1906 ff
The Sunday Times, Perth, Australia, serial, 9 Jun 1907 ff
Taranaki Herald, New Zealand, serial, 3 Jul-27 Aug 1907
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1916
The Portland Guardian, Victoria, Australia, serial, 12 Jul 1923 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Apr 2012

A Fatal Dose
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1907, 310 pp; illustrated by Howard Somerville
• Coop Clark, Toronto, 1907, 310 pp
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The Fight For The Child
• John Long, London, 1925

The Five Knots
The West Australian, Perth, Australia, serial, 25 Dec 1907ff
• Little, Brown & Co, New York, 1908, 340 pp
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1910, 320 pp
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2011

"Found Dead"
The Northern Herald, Australia, serial, 15 Jan 1930 ff
The Goulburn Evening Penny Post, Australia, serial, Oct 23, 1930 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), May 2013

The Four Fingers (alternate US title: The Mystery Of The Four Fingers)
The Star, London, serial, Dec 29, 1906-Feb 25, 1907
The Star, New Zealand, serial, 23 Feb-27 Apr 1907
• W.J. Watt & Co, New York, Feb 1908, 345 pp
• Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1908, 345 pp
• Coop Clark, Toronto, 1908, 336 pp
Crossfield Chronicle, Alberta, Canada, serial, 20 Jan 1911 ff
Didsbury Pioneer, Alberta, Canada, serial, 25 Jan 1911 ff
Bowden News, Alberta, Canada, serial, 26 Jan 1911ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1912, 336 pp
As The Mystery Of The Four Fingers
• Gardners Books, Eastbourne, England, 2007
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2010
Translations:
Danish:De fire Fingre
• Copenhagen, 1907
• Copenhagen, 1919
French: Les quatre doigts (transl. Thérèse Berton)
• Lafitte, Paris, 1911?, 319 pp
Spanish: Los cuatro dedos (transl. Juan Cueto from the French version by Thérèse Berton, illustrated by S. Bartolozzi)
• Saturnino Calleja Fernandez, "Novela de ahora" series, Nos. 150-151, Madrid, 1911, 2 Vol

A Front Of Brass
The Star, London, serial, Aug 24-Sep 28, 1910
The Burra Record, Australia, serial, 22 Jul 1914 ff
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, serial, October 22, 1910 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1912, 127 pp; with frontispiece by Steven Spurrier
The Burra Record, Australia, serial, 22 Jul 1914 ff
The Wodonga And Towong Sentinel, Victoria, Australia, serial, 24 Jul 1914 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Jun 2010

The Garden O'Dreams
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1909, 92 pp

A Golden Argosy
Chambers's Journal, London, Vol 63, 1886
The Clutha Leader, New Zealand, serial, 30 Apr-4 Jun 1886
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 2012

The Golden Bat
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, serial, 15 Mar 1924 ff
The Western Mail, Perth, Australia, serial, 27 Mar 1924 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Apr 2012

The Golden Rose
The Examiner, Launceston, Tasmania, serial, 24 Aug 1909 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1913, 320 pp
PGA e-book (HTML), Apr 2012

The Green Bungalow
The Queensland Times, Austrailia, serial, 27 Oct 1923
The Northern Herald, Australia, serial, 16 Jan 1924 ff
• John Long Ltd, London, 1930

The Grey Woman (variant title: "Sinister House")
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1928
Published under syndication as "Sinister House", e.g., in:
The Australasian, Australia, serial, 5 May 1928 ff
The Newcastle Morning Herald and Miner's Advocate, Australia, serial, June 4, 1929 ff
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• RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2015

The Happy Exile
• Skeffington & Son, London, 1920.

A Harbour Of Refuge
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1918

Hard Pressed
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1910, 319 pp
• R.F. Fenno & Co, New York, 1910, 319 pp
Bassano News, Alberta, Canada, serial, 5 Jan 1912 ff
Carlstadt Progress, Alberta, Canada, serial, 11 Jan 1912 ff
Bow Island Review, Alberta, Canada, serial, 2 Feb 1912 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1913, 319 pp
• The Howell Publishing Co, Chicago, 1920
• Aldine Racing Novel, No. 8, London, May 1923, 80 pp
PGA e-book (HTML), Apr 2012

The Honour Of His House
The Sydney Morning Herald, serial, 8 Sep 1920 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Oct 2010

The House Of Mammon
The Citizen, Ottawa, serial, ?? Aug 1913 ff
The Bendigo Advertiser, Victoria, Australia, serial, 4 Oct 1913 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1914
Translations:
German: Um des Mammons willen
• Henschel, Berlin, Tribunalbibliothek series, No. 12, 1920, 208 pp

A House Of Sorrows
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1911, 94 pp

The House Of The Schemers
• Serialised in The New London Journal, C.W. Bradley & Co., London, 13 Oct 1906 ff
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The House On The River
The Dubbo Liberal & Macquarie Advocate, Australia, serial, 27 Nov 1925 ff
The Goulburn Evening Penny Post, Australia, Jan 2, 1928 ff

In Trust
Bow Bells, London, serial, July 1, 1892 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Sep 2014

Jim Crowshaw's Mary
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1911, 120 pp

The King Diamond
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1927
The Sydney Morning Herald, serial, 27 Aug 1927 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Apr 2012
Translations:
German: Der Königsdiamant (transl. Kary & Hanna Maria Ottinger)
• Leipzig Expreßbücher-Verlag, Wien 1934, 224 pp

Lady Clara
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1913, 94 pp
Translations:
Dutch: Lady Clara
• Spaarnestad-Bibliotheek, Haarlem, ca. 1930, 187 pp

Lady Edna's Awakening
• Serialised in The Daily Graphic, London, 1 Nov 1920 ff
• No record of book publication found

The Lady In Blue
The Brisbane Courier, serial, 2 Feb 1915 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1918, 320 pp
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2012
Translations:
Swedish: Den blå damen (transl. Emilie Kullman)
• Skoglund, Stockholm, 1917, 235 pp

The Law Of The Land
The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia, serial, 3 Oct 1906 ff
The Camperdown Chronicle, Victoria, Australia, serial, 30 Apr 1907 ff
The Taranaki Herald, New Zealand, serial, 31 Oct-27 Dec 1907
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, New York, serial, Dec 1907-Jan 1908
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1908, 332 pp
The Portland Guardian, Victoria, Australia, serial, 12 Apr 1923 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Jun 2010

The Leopard's Spots
The Sydney Morning Herald, serial, 7 Feb 1920 ff
Short Stories, Doubleday, Page & Co, New York, Vol. 94, Dec 1920, pp 3-71
Aldine Mystery Novels, No. 3, Dec 1925, 64 pp
PGA e-book (HTML), Jul 2010

The Lonely Bride (variant title: "The White Bride")
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1907(?)
The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australia, serial, 28 Mar 1908 ff
The New Zealand Herald, serial, 27 Jun 1908, ff
The Evening News, Sydney, Australia, serial, 5 Feb 1909 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1910, as "The White Bride"

The Lord Of The Manor
Chambers's Journal, serial, 1907
The Windsor Magazine, Jan 1908
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1908, 92 pp

Love, The Foe
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1910, 96 pp

A Maker of Millions
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1909, 124 pp

The Man Called Gilray
The Hobart Mercury, serial, 30 Nov 1911 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1912, 96 pp
PGA e-book (HTML), Sep 2010

The Man Who Found Christmas (a novelette)
The Red Magazine, Christmas issue, Dec 1915

The Man Who Knew
The Central Queensland Herald, serial, 9 Jun 1932 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Apr 2012

The Man Who Was Two
The Sydney Morning Herald, serial, 18 November, 1921 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2010

The Man With The Vandyk Beard
• John Long Ltd, London, 1925, 318 pp
• John Long Ltd, London, "Popular Edition", 1926, 254 pp

The Midnight Guest: A Detective Story
• Cassell & Co, London, 1907, 352 pp
• Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1907, 331 pp
• T.J. McBride & Son, New York, 1907, 331 pp
Humanity, London, Vol. I, No. 6, 10 Jan 1936
• Gardners Books, Eastbourne, England, 2007
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Translations
El huésped de la media noche, lit. "The Midnight Guest"
• Sopena, Barcelona, "Novela Moderna" series, 1908, 141 pp

A Mummer's Throne
The Story-Teller, Jun 1910
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, serial, 16 Dec 1911 ff
The Traralgon Record, Victoria, Australia, serial, 4 Jul 1919 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Oct 2010

My Lady Bountiful
The Evening News, Sydney, Australia, serial, 16 Feb 1905 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1915?

The Mystery Of Crocksands
The Brisbane Courier, Australia, serial, 21 Jun 1923 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Apr 2012

The Mystery Of The Crimson Blind see The Crimson Blind

The Mystery Of The Four Fingers see The Four Fingers

The Mystery Of The Ravenspurs (The Black Valley)
• J.S. Ogilvie Publishing Co, New York, 1911, 319 pp; illustrated by André Ch. de Takacs
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1912, 336 pp
Fitzroy City Press, Victoria, serial, 6 Jun 1914 ff
Bassano Mail, Alberta, Canada, serial, 4 Mar 1915 ff
Crossfield Chronicle, Alberta, Canada, serial, 18 Mar 1915 ff
Claresholm Review, Alberta, Canada, serial, 25 Mar 1915 ff
Didsbury Pioneer, Alberta, Canada, serial, 31 Mar 1915 ff
The Camperdown Chronicle, Victoria, Australia, serial, 31 Mar 1928 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Nov 2011
As The Black Valley
The Illustrated Companion, New York, serial, Mar 1913-Mar 1914

The Mystery Of Room 75
The Horsham Times, Victoria, Australia, serial, 23 Jun-15 Sep 1922
PGA e-book (HTML), Apr 2012

Naboth's Vineyard
Chambers's Journal, 1 Jun 1889
• RGL e-book (HTML), Sep 2014
• RGL e-book (EPUB), Sep 2014

The Nether Millstone
The Mornington Standard, Victoria, Australia, serial, 27 Oct 1906 ff
• Little, Brown and Company, Boston, Nov 1907, 402 pp
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Netta, The Story Of Sin
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1909, 360 pp

New Century Calendar Clue
• Humberside, Hull, 1948

Number Thirteen
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1914, 320 pp

The Old Secretaire: A Christmas Story (short novel)
Chambers's Journal, London, 4-part serial, 1887

On The Night Express
The Townsville Daily Bulletin, Australia, serial, 2 Aug 1930 ff
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The Open Door
The Rapid, serial, Vol. I, Apr-Sep 1907 (6 parts)
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1912, 320 pp

Paul Quentin
The Canterbury Times, New Zealand, serial, 23 Dec 1908 ff
The Star, Canterbury, New Zealand, serial, 2 Jan 1909 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1915, 319 pp
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Translations
Spanish: Paul Quentin (transl. Agustín Arana y Viana)
• Sopena, "La novela moderna" series, Barcelona, 19??, 101 pp

Paul, The Sage
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1910, 94 pp

The Phantom Car
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1929

Powers Of Darkness
The North Western Advocate & Emu Bay Times, Tasmania, Australia, serial, 1 May 1912 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1915
Translations
Spanish: El poder de las tinieblas, lit. "The Power Of Darkness" (transl. Miguel Domenge Mir;
• Saturnino Calleja Fernandez, "Novela de ahora" series, No. 199, Madrid, 191?, 118 pp

The Price Of Silence
The Western Mail, Perth, Australia, serial, 23 Jul-15 Oct 1925
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The Psalm Stone
• publisher unascertainable, 1905?
This title is listed among the holdings of the University of North Carolina Library (Collection: A.P. Watt Records, 1888-1982, Folder 82.11) without further information
Translations
Danish: Salme-Stenen (transl. P. Jerndorff-Jessen, illust. Frances Evan)
• Carl Allers Etablissement A/S, Copenhagen, I ledige Timer (In Your Free Time) magazine, Vol. 38, 1905, pp 1- 214

Queen Of Hearts
• Unknown Publisher, pre 1930; Source: The Sunday Times, Perth, Australia, 19 Jan 1930 ("Fred M. White... Author of 'The Midnight Guest,' 'Queen of Hearts,' 'On Peace Night,' etc., etc.")
The Central Queensland Herald, Australia, serial, 30 Dec 1943 ff
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A Queen Of The Stage
The Auckland Star, New Zealand, serial, 31 Oct 1908 ff
The Evening News, Sydney, Australia, serial, 7 Apr 1909 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1911, 319 pp

The Riddle Of The Rail
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1926
The Examiner, Launceston, Tasmania, serial, 21 Feb 1927 ff
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The Robe Of Lucifer
• A.D. Innes & Co, London, 1896, 344 pp
• British Library, Historical Print Editions (ISBN: 1241194947), 2011, 372 pp

A Royal Wrong
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1913
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Translations
Un viaje trágico, lit. "A Tragic Journey"
• Hijos de Alvarez, Madrid, 1909?
• Saturnino Calleja Fernandez, "Novela de ahora" series, 2 vols, 19??, 92 & 73 pp
• Revista Literaria "Novelas y cuentos", No. 902, Madrid, 1948

The Salt Of The Earth
The Camperdown Chronicle, Victoria, Australia, serial, 26 Oct 1918 ff
The Traralgon Record, Traralgon, Victoria, serial, 1 Nov 1918 ff
The Bairnsdale Advertiser & Tambo And Omeo Chronicle, Victoria, Australia, 2 Nov 1918ff
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The Scales Of Justice
The Star, New Zealand, serial, 10 Mar 1908 ff
The Mercury, Hobart, Tasmania, serial, 2 May-2 Jun 1908
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1909, 331 pp
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As The Secret Of The Moat House:
Euroa Advertiser, Victoria, Australia, serial, 29 May 1908 ff
The Horsham Times, Victoria, Australia, serial, 29 May 1908 ff
• The Camperdown Chronicle, Victoria, Australia, serial, 13 Jun 1908 ff
The Williamstown Chronicle, Victoria, Australia, serial, 12 Jun 1915 ff
The Bairnsdale Advertiser & Tambo And Omeo Chronicle, Victoria, Australia, 18 Nov 1916 ff

The Secret Of The Moat House see The Scales Of Justice

Secret Of The River
The Queensland Times, Ipswich, Australia, serial, 9 Aug 1934 ff
No record of book publication found

The Secret Of The Sands
The Star, London, serial, 14 Jun-27 Jul 1911
The New Zealand Herald, serial, 15 Jul 1911 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1912, 304 pp
Translations
French: Le Secret des sables (transl. Ève Paul-Margueritte)
• Edition de la Mode Nationale, "Collection Fama" series, No. 230, Paris, 1930, 127 pp
Spanish: La daga misteriosa, lit. "The Mysterious Dagger"
• Hijos de Alvarez, Madrid, "Novela de ahora" series, 1907?
• Saturnino Calleja Fernandez, "Novela de ahora" series, 1912
• Revista Literaria Novelas y Cuentos, Madrid, 1964, 47 pp

A Secret Service
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 191?
The Advertiser, Adelaide, South Australia, serial, 19 Apr 1913 ff
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Danish: I hemmelig Tjeneste, lit. "In The Secret Service"
• Copenhagen, 1919, 184 pp
• Copenhagen, 1928, 154 pp

The Seed Of Empire
The Examiner, Launceston, Tasmania, serial, 6 Mar 1916 ff
The Horsham Times, Victoria, Australia, serial, 13 Oct 1916 ff
The Western Mail, Perth, Australia, serial, 20 Oct 1916 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1916?
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The Sentence Of The Court
The Sydney Morning Herald, serial, 4 Dec 1913 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1917, 316 pp
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A Shadowed Love
The Tasmanian Mail, serial, 2 Jul 1905 ff
The New Zealand Herald, serial, 19 Aug 1905 ff
The Otago Daily Times, Australia, serial, 21 Sep 1907 ff
The Bendigo Advertiser, Australia, serial, 14 Mar 1908 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, ca. 1914

The Shadow Of The Dead Hand
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, serial, 30 Jan 1926 ff
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The Silver Stream (short novel)
Chambers's Journal, serial, 7-28 Jul 1888

Sinister House (variant title of "The Grey Woman", qv)

The Slave Of Silence
• Little, Brown & Co, Boston, Nov 1906, 318 pp
Los Angeles Herald, California, serial, 6 Jan 1907 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1907, 320 pp
• Ward Lock & Co, London, "Daily Mail Novels" series, 1908, 126 pp
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Translations
Spanish: La esclava del silencio (transl. Rosa Cabrera)
• Sopena, "La novela moderna" series, Barcelona, 19??, 109 pp
Swedish: Charles Darrylls försvinnande, lit. "The Disappearance of Charles Darryll" (transl. Oscar Nachman)
• B. Wahlström, Stockholm, 1919, 158 pp

A Society Jezebel
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1917

The Sundial
• B.W. Dodge, New York, 1908, 345 pp
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1910, 320 pp
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Translations
Finnish: Nainen saa maksaa, lit. "A Woman Must Pay" (transl. Erkki Valkeila)
Karisto, Hämeenlinna, Finland, 1951, 239 pp

Tregarthen's Wife: A Cornish Story
• George Newnes Ltd, London, 1901, 373 pp

The Turn Of The Tide
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1923
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Translations
Swedish: Ebb och flod (transl. Freij Bogren)
• Zetterlund, Stockholm, 1923, 272 pp

A Web Of Deception see The Corner House

The Weight Of The Crown
The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia, serial, 24 Dec 1904 ff
The Otago Witness, New Zealand, serial, 2 Aug-6 Dec 1905
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1906, 319 pp
• R.F. Fenno & Co, New York, 1906, 319 pp
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Danish: Kronens Byrde, lit. "The Burden Of The Crown"
• Copenhagen, 1906, 454 pp

The White Battalions
• C. Arthur Pearson, London, 1900, 341 pp

The White Bride (variant title: "The Lonely Bride" (qv)
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1910, 319 pp

The White Glove
Broadford Courier & Reedy Creek Times, Broadford, Victoria, Australia, serial, 4 Nov 1910 ff
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1910?, 320 pp
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Danish: Den hvide Handske (transl. Hedvig Magnussen)
• Copenhagen, 1907, 361 pp
Icelandic: Hvíti hanzkinn
• Prentsmiðjan Gutenberg, Reykjavik, 1916, 266 pp

The Wings Of Victory
• Published as a syndicated serial in, e.g., The Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate, Australia, Nov 24, 1919 ff.
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1921, 317 pp
Translations
Swedish: Segerns vingar, lit. "Victory's Wings" (transl. Freij Bogren)
• J. Zetterlund, Stockholm, 1923, 175 pp

The Yellow Face
• F.V. White & Co, London, 1906, 307 pp
• Ward Lock & Co, London, 1907, 373 pp
• R.F. Fenno & Company in New York, 1907, 373 pp
• McLeod & Allen, Toronto, 1907
• Street & Smith, New York, the "New Eagle" series, Vol. 576, 1908
The Popular Magazine, 7-part serial, Jan-Jul 1908
The Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York, serial, 27 Jan 1909 ff


SHORT FICTION SERIES

THE MASTER CRIMINAL (1897-1898)

A series of 12 short stories featuring Felix Gryde, who describes himself as "a really clever soldier of fortune." In his introduction to the series Fred M. White writes: "I propose to attempt the history of the Sherlock Holmes of malefactors. Given a rascal with the intellect of the famous creation in question, and detection would be reduced to a vanishing point. It is the intention of the writer to set down here some of the wonderful adventures that befell Felix Gryde in the course of his remarkable career."

The Head Of The Caesars
The Ludgate, London, Jun 1897
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At Windsor
The Ludgate, London, Jul 1897
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The Silverpool Cup
The Ludgate, London, Aug 1897
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The "Morrison Raid" Indemnity
The Ludgate, London, Sep 1897
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Cleopatra's Robe
The Ludgate, London, Oct 1897
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The Rosy Cross
The Ludgate, London, Nov 1897
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The Death Of The President
The Ludgate, London, Dec 1897
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The Cradlestone Oil Mills
The Ludgate, London, Jan 1898
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Redburn Castle
The Ludgate, London, Feb 1898
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"Crysoline Limited"
The Ludgate, London, Mar 1898
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The Loss Of The "Eastern Empress"
The Ludgate, London, Apr 1898
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General Marcos
The Ludgate, London, May 1898
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THE LAST OF THE BORGIAS (1898)

A series of stories featuring Professor Victor Colonna, a vigilante physician who murders undesirable people with undetectable poisons.

The series was published in Pearson's Magazine under the subtitle "Being The Strange History Of Victor Colonna, Professor Of Science, And His Experiments In The Lost Art Of Poisoning." It included the stories:

The Scrip of Death
Pearson's Magazine, London, Jul 1898, pp 52-61

The Crimson Streak
Pearson's Magazine, London, Aug 1898, pp 185-194

The Holy Rose
Pearson's Magazine, London, Sep 1898, pp 265-274
The Clipper, Hobart, Tasmania, 25 Mar 1899 ff
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The Saving Of Serena
Pearson's Magazine, London, Oct 1898, pp 376-385

The Varteg Necklace
Pearson's Magazine, London, Nov 1898, pp 473-482

The Three Carnations
Pearson's Magazine, London, Dec 1898, pp 612-620

A Danish translation of these stories by P. Jerndorff-Jessen was published under the title Den sidste Borgia (lit. "The Last Borgia") in the magazine I ledige Timer (In Your Free Time), Carl Allers Etablissement A/S, Copenhagen, Vol. 27, 1902, pp 233-358


DRENTON DENN - SPECIAL COMMISSIONER

Drenton Denn is a tough newspaper reporter on the payroll of The New York Post. His hallmarks are a straw hat, a Norfolk jacket, a perennial cigar, and a terrier by the name of "Prince."

Stories in this series, which bore the subtitle "Being One of the Adventures of Drenton Denn, Special Commissioner," appeared in The Strand Magazine, Cassell's Magazine (US edition), and other publications beginning in 1898. They include:

The Yellow Moth
The Daily Mail, London, 1898?
The Clarence & Richmond Examiner, Grafton, New South Wales, Australia, 27 Sep 1898
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The Red Speck
Cassell's Magazine (US edition), Jun-Nov 1899, pp 295-302
The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria, 4 Oct 1899
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Dust
Cassell's Magazine (US edition), Dec 1899-May 1900, pp 506- 514

The Fire Bugs
The Strand Magazine, Jan 1900, ill. Paul Hardy
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The Great White Moth
The Strand, Nov 1904
Science Fiction By The Rivals Of H.G. Wells, Castle Books, 1979
Invertebrata Enigmatica: Giant Spiders, Dangerous Insects, And Other Strange Invertebrates In Classic Science Fiction And Fantasy, Coachwhip Publications, Dec 2008
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THE ROMANCE OF THE SECRET SERVICE FUND (1900)

This series features Newton Moore, the top agent of a fictitious branch of the British War Office called "The Secret Service Fund." All of the stories in this series were illustrated by Victor Venner.

By Woman's Wit
Pearson's Magazine (US edition), Vol. IV, Jul 1900, pp 52-60;
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The Mazaroff Rifle
Pearson's Magazine (US edition), Vol. IV, Aug 1900, pp 171-180
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In The Express
Pearson's Magazine (US edition), Vol. IV, Sep 1900, pp 262-271
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The Almedi Concession
Pearson's Magazine (US edition), Vol. IV, Oct 1900, pp 397-406
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The Other Side Of The Chess Board
Pearson's Magazine (US edition), Vol. IV, Nov 1900, pp 511-521
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Three Of Them
Pearson's Magazine (US edition), Vol IV, Dec 1900, pp 676-685
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THE DOOM OF LONDON

This sci-fi series consists of six stories describing a variety of catastrophes which befall the city of London. The stories were illustrated by Warwick Goble.

The Four White Days
Pearson's Magazine, Jan 1903
Science Fiction By The Rivals Of H.G. Wells, Castle Books, 1979
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The Four Days' Night
Pearson's Magazine, Feb 1903
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The Dust Of Death
Pearson's Magazine, Mar 1903
Science Fiction By The Rivals Of H.G. Wells, Castle Books, 1979
The Wordsworth Collection Of Science Fiction, Wordsworth Editions Ltd, Dec 2011
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A Bubble Burst
Pearson's Magazine, May 1903
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The Invisible Force
Pearson's Magazine, Jun 1903
Science Fiction By The Rivals Of H.G. Wells, Castle Books, 1979
The Wordsworth Collection Of Science Fiction, Wordsworth Editions Ltd, Dec 2011
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The River Of Death
Pearson's Magazine, Jun 1904
Beyond The Gaslight, Frederick Muller Ltd, 1976
More Tales Of Unknown Horror, New English Library, Nov 2010
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THE SAGE OF TYBURN (1905-1906)

Each of these stories was numbered for publication and preceded by the header The Sage Of Tyburn.

No. 1. The Chronicle Of The Yellow Girl
The London Magazine, Vol. XV, No. 85, Aug 1905, pp 35-49

No. 2. The Chronicle Of The Blue-Eyed Syndicate
The London Magazine, Vol. XV, No. 86, Sep 1905, pp 153-165

No. 3. The Chronicle Of The Inconsequent Princess
The London Magazine, Vol. XV, No. 87, Oct 1905, pp 313-320

No. 4. The Chronicle Of The Elderly Adonis
The London Magazine, Vol. XV, No. 88, Nov 1905, pp 455-462

No. 5. The Chronicle Of The Libelled Velasquez
The London Magazine, Vol. XV, No. 90, Jan 1906, pp 739-745


THE DRAGON-FLY (1909)

A series about an impecunious but brilliant amateur criminologist, entomologist and ornithologist by the name of Horace Daimler. Each of the stories was numbered for publication and appeared under the header The Dragon-Fly, a sobriquet which Daimler acquires in the first case which he solves.

No. 1. How Horace Daimler Got His Name
The Blue Book Magazine, May 1909, pp 111-118
The Daily News, Perth, Australia, 26 May 1910
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No. 2. The Three Red Rats
The Blue Book Magazine, Jun 1909, pp 323-329

No. 3. [title unascertainable]
The Blue Book Magazine, Jul 1909

No. 4. [title unascertainable]
The Blue Book Magazine, Aug 1909

No. 5. A [illegible] Crime
The Blue Book Magazine, Sep 1909, pp 1100-1106

No. 6. The Mirror Over The Fireplace
The Blue Book Magazine, Oct 1909, pp 1225-1231

REAL DRAMA (1909)

A series of stories published under the subtitle "Being Some Leaves From The Notebook Of A Late Theatrical Agent."

His Second Self
Penny Illustrated Paper and Illustrated Times, 31 Jul 1909
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An Extra Turn
Penny Illustrated Paper and Illustrated Times, 7 Aug 1909
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"Not In The Bill"
Penny Illustrated Paper and Illustrated Times, 14 Aug 1909
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The Plagiarist
Penny Illustrated Paper and Illustrated Times, 21 Aug, 1909
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The Man In Possession
Penny Illustrated Paper and Illustrated Times, 28 Aug 1909
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A Pair Of Handcuffs
Penny Illustrated Paper and Illustrated Times, 4 Sep 1909
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THE TELEPHONE STAR (1912)

A series of stories about Keith Marrit, a star journalist working for a fictitious newspaper called The Telephone. The stories were numbered for publication and headed: "The Telephone Star: Some Of The Experiences Of Keith Marritt Of The Telephone Staff."

No. 1. The Case Of El Hamid, The Seer
Good Stories Magazine, Augusta, Maine, Mar 1912

No. 2. The Case Of The Genuine Counterfeit
Good Stories Magazine, Augusta, Maine, Apr 1912

No. 3. The Case Of The Yellow Car
Good Stories Magazine, Augusta, Maine, May 1912

No. 4. The Case Of Lord Wintercotte
Good Stories Magazine, Augusta, Maine, Jun 1912

No. 5. The Case Of The Rusty Nail
Good Stories Magazine, Augusta, Maine, JuL 1912

No. 6. The Case Of The One-Eyed Chauffeur
Good Stories Magazine, Augusta, Maine, Aug 1912

A earlier story about this newspaper ("Special" To The Telephone) was published in The London Magazine, Sep 1909-Feb 1910, pp 517-526, but it does not appear to be part of this series.

"GIPSY" TALES (1903-1916)

A series of stories describing the adventures of a wily British navvy with Romany roots, who is known only as "Gipsy." In his fantasies Gipsy sees himself as a great playwright, and, accordingly, always tries to stage-manage the dramatis personae and the situations that feature in the stories. The titles in this series are:

A Matter Of Kindness
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XVIII, Jun 1903, pp 19-29; illustrated by F.H. Townsend
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A Liberal Education
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XVIII, Nov 1903, pp 657-666; illustrated by L. Raven-Hill
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A Stranger In Bohemia
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLI, May 1915, pp 779-785; illustrated by Charles J. Crombie
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Drops Of Water
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLII, Jun 1915, pp 61-66; illustrated by Charles J. Crombie
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The Unpremeditated Curtain
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLII, Jul 1915, pp 187-192; illustrated by Charles J. Crombie
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Mere Details
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLII, Nov 1915, pp 337-342; illustrated by Charles J. Crombie
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Out Of Season
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLIII, Feb 1916, pp 442-450; illustrated by Charles J. Crombie
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THE DIARY OF A LONELY SOUL (1915)

The Diary Of A Lonely Soul - Story 1 [title not ascertained]
The Red Magazine, No. 154, 1915
(Source: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 3 Nov 1915, Page 4: "The Red Magazine, No. 154, is a trump card for readers, with its stories covering all phases of life, modern and of other days. Fred. M. White begins a new series, 'The Diary of a Lonely Soul'...")

The Diary Of A Lonely Soul - Story 2 [title not ascertained]
The Red Magazine, No. 155, 1915
(Source: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 10 Dec 1915, Page 4: "The Red Magazine... reaches us in two issues, Nos. 155 and 156, owing to a dislocation of steamer services....Those attractive series, Nos. 2 and 3 items out of 'The Diary of a Lonely Soul'... continue to run better than well.")

The Diary Of A Lonely Soul - Story 3 [title not ascertained]
The Red Magazine, No. 156, 1915
(Source - see above)

The Diary Of A Lonely Soul - Story 4 [title not ascertained]
The Red Magazine, No. 157, 1915
(Source: "Reviews for Readers", The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 23 Dec 1915, p 3: "The Red Magazine, No 157... Fred M. White continues his interesting 'Diary of a Lonely Soul'...")

The Diary Of A Lonely Soul - Story 5 [title not ascertained]
The Red Magazine, No. 158, 1915
(Source: "Reviews for Readers", The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 23 Dec 1915, p 3: "The Red Magazine, No 158.... Fred M. White's Lonely Soul turns a brighter page in his diary...")


THE GENTLE BUCCANEERS (1919)

Beauty in Distress
The Bowen Independent, Australia, 5 Apr 1919

The Shifting Sands
The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australia, 19 Apr 1919
The Bowen Independent, Australia, 31 May 1919 as "A Neat Plot"

The Grey Raider
The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australia, 7 Jun 1919


OTHER SHORT FICTION

According To The Statute
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XL, Aug 1914, pp 278-284; illustrated by Cyrus Cuneo
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The Ace Of Hearts
The Windsor Magazine, Vol XXXVI, Aug 1912, pp 263-267; illustrated by Septimus E. Scott
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Adventure (variant title "A Trick of Fate")
The Townsville Daily Bulletin, Australia, 9 Nov 1935
The Catholic Freeman's Journal, Sydney Australia, 29 Jul 1937, as "A Trick of Fate"
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"After Reynolds"
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXXI, Jan 1910, pp 279-286 illustrated by Howard Somerville
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Alias "James Jones"
Secret Service Stories, Vol. I, Apr 1928, pp 109-117

An Ally
The Windsor Magazine, Vol LII, Jul 1920, pp 126-132; illustrated by J.R. Skelton
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And This Is Fame
The Sunday Times, Perth, Australia, 18 Oct 1931
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Anonymous
The Rodney And Otamatea Times, New Zealand, 1 & 8 Oct 1913
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The Apple-Green Plate
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLIII, Dec 1915, pp 194-200; illustrated by Dudley Hardy
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Applied Mechanics
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXX, Nov 1909, pp 723-730; illustrated by Alec Ball
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The Arms Of Chance
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 27 Jul 1918
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Art Critics
The Windsor Magazine, Oct 1911

At Short Notice
The Star, New Zealand, 23 Feb 1909, p 4
The Central Queensland Herald, Rockhampton, Australia, 17 Jun 1937, p 5
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Aunt Mary
• Serialised in Chambers's Journal, 6th Series, Apr 2, 1904 ff

Autumn Manoeuvres
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXXVI, Sep 1912, pp 397-402; illustrated by G.L. Stampa
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The Azoff Diamonds
The Capricornian, Rockhampton, Qeensland, Australia, 30 Jul 1898
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A Bad Cold
Home Chimes, London, Jun 1890
The North Otago Times, New Zealand, 23 Jun 1890, describes this piece as follows: "Fred M. White contributes to this month's Home Chimes an amusing dissertation on 'A Bad Cold,' and the many means of curing suggested by friends. Here are some of them: All you want is a porous plaster, flannel, medicated soap, gin and soda, and laudanum, mustard and cress, Hudson's extract, eau de Cologne, old brandy, Taunus water, Banting, tracheotomy, sugar pills, vinegar and bran, saffron, extract of ginger, oil of vitriol, prussic acid, lemon kali, Bath, Buxton, Scarborough, sea kale, asparagus, antibilious pills, electricty, Everton toffee. Do everything. Do nothing. Lie in bed for a week. Keep from between the sheets as long an possible. Drink everything. Drink nothing. Eat what you like. Don't eat anything. Stuff yourself. Starve yourself. Anything. Nothing. Semolina, suicide, Burton beer, bigamy, and the use of the globes."

The Balance Of Nature
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXVI, Oct 1907, pp 557-567; illustrated by Gilbert Holiday
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The Barrister At Bay
The Central Queensland Herald, Rockhampton, Australia, 23 May 1935, p 54
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Below Zero
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLVI, Jul 1917, pp 137-142; illustrated by Frank Gillett
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The Better Way
The Quiver, Vol. XLVI, Apr 1910; illustrated by John E. Sutcliffe

Big Fish
• Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Port Adelaide News, Australia, 14 May 1926
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The Big Thing
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLIX, Jan 1919, pp 237-243; illustrated by A. Gilbert
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Billy's Xmas
The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australia, 11 Dec 1915

A Bit Of Egypt
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLIV, Jul 1916, pp 233-240; illustrated by Dudley Hardy
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The Black Admiral
Gunter's Magazine, Vol. VI. Dec 1907, pp 560-571; illustrated by Gilbert Holiday
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXVIII, Aug 1908, pp 354-362; illustrated by Gilbert Holiday

The Black Cat
The Australian Town and Country Journal, 4 Feb 1903
The Sunday Times, Perth, Australia, 6 Sep 1903
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The Black Narcissus
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XV, Dec 1901, pp 83-93; illustrated by Adolf Thiede
Rivals Of Sherlock Holmes, Vol 1, Castle Books, Secaucus, New Jersey, 1978
Murder For Christmas, Mysterious Press, New York, ca 1982
Classic Mysteries II : A Collection Of Mind-Bending Masterpieces, Roxbury Park/Lowell House Juvenile, Los Angeles, ca 1999
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The Black Prince
The Strand Magazine, Oct 1916, illustrated by A. Gilbert
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Blind
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XVII, Dec 1902, pp 174-184; illustrated by Oscar Wilson
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Blind Chance
The Strand Magazine, Sep 1917, pp 244-250; illustrated by G. Henry Evison
The Leader, Melbourne, Australia, 27 Oct 1917
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The Blindworm
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 7 Jun 1924
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A Block Of Marble
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXVIII, Jul 1908, pp 198-205
Gunter's Magazine, Vol. IX, Apr 1909, pp 366-374; illustrated by J.A. Lemon

A Bootless Errand
The Western Mail, Perth, Australia, 19 Mar 1925
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Brayton's Secret
The Central Queensland Herald, Rockhampton, Australia, 14 May 1942
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The Broken Lute
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. LIII, May 1921, pp 604-609; illustrated by Howard K. Elcock
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A Broken Sceptre
The Story-Teller, Sep 1911

The Broken Trail
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. LI, Apr 1920, pp 441-447; illustrated by Maurice Greiffenhagen
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The Buff Gauntlet
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXVI, Jun 1907, pp 81-89; illustrated by J. Da Costa
The Daily News, Perth, Australia, 10 Oct 1907
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Burglar Bill's Pupil
Reynolds's Newspaper, London, 9 & 16 Oct 1892
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By Grace Of His Majesty
The Popular Magazine, Vol. VI, Apr 1904, pp 74-82

By Wireless
• Published under syndicaton in, e.g.:
· The Express and Telegraph, Adelaide, Australia, 3 Jul 1922
· The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australia, 8 Jul 1922
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A Call On The Phone
• Published under syndicaton in, e.g.:
· The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 22 Dec 1917
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A Captious Critic
Chambers's Journal, May(?) 1895
The Geneva Advertiser, New York, Vol. XV, No. 22, 28 May 1895, p 1
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The Case For The Prisoner
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 1 Sep 1917
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The Charlatan
Gunter's Magazine, Vol. II, Sep 1905, pp 213-222
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXIV, Jul 1906, pp 231-240; illustrated by Maurice Greiffenhagen
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A Christmas Bride
The New Zealand Herald, 22 Dec 1911
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A Christmas Capture
The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australia, 16 Dec 1922
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A Christmas Deputy
The Weekly Irish Times, 8 Dec 1917

Christmas Cards
The Christmas Chronicle, Australia, 6 Dec 1933
The Maitland Daily Mercury, Australia, 12 Dec 1935

The Christmas Carol
The Christmas Chronicle, Australia, 5 Dec 1934

A Christmas in Peril
Published under syndication, e.g., in:
The Daily Telegraph, Launceston, Tasmania, 18 Dec 1926

A Christmas Star
• I>The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australia, 8 Dec 1932

The Clock Struck Twelve
The Otago Witness, New Zealand, 3 Feb 1909
The Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, 9 Mar 1909
The Warwick Examiner & Times, Queensland, Australia, 21 Apr 1909
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The Colonel's Christmas Pudding
The Evening Post, New Zealand, 24 Dec 1909, p 11
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Compounding A Felony
The Penny Illustrated Paper and Illustrated Times, London, 1 Apr 1899
The Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle, Portsmouth, 1 Apr 1899
The Warwick Examiner & Times, Queensland, Australia, 16 Mar 1901
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The Convict
The Mail, Adelaide, Australia, 21 Dec 1918, p 16
The Mercury, Hobart, Tasmania, 19 Feb 1938, p 6
The Central Queensland Herald, Rockhampton, Australia, 3 Mar 1938, p 54
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Coralie And The Pearls
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 26 Jul 1919
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A Corner In Elephants
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLII, Nov 1915, pp 705-711; illustrated by Warwick Reynolds
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The Courage Of Despair
Auburn NY Weekly Bulletin, 1910-1911; exact date of publication not ascertained
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Crossed Swords
The Windsor Magazine, Mar 1908

A Crowning Christmas
The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australia, 11 Dec 1926

The Dancing Shadow
The Red Magazine, London, No. 312, 26 May 1922, pp 367-376

The Daughters Of The Moon
The Red Magazine, 9 Jun 1922

A Daughter Of Nature
The Malayan Saturday Post, Singapore, 8 Sep 1928, p 11
The Central Queensland Herald, Rockhampton, Australia, 11 Jul 1931
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The Dawnstar
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLV, Apr 1917, pp 653-658; illustrated by Steven Spurrier
The Washington Post, 1 Dec 1918
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A Deal In Diamonds
Wodonga & Towong Sentinel, Victoria, Australia, 19 & 26 May 1916
The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central Western Districts, Barcaldine, Queensland, Australia, 26 May 1917
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Denny
People's Magazine, Vol. XVII, No. 3, Sep 1914, pp 487-494

A Derelict In Clover
The Windsor Magazine, Nov 1911

The Desert Ship
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXXIII, May 1911, pp 805-810; illustrated by Alec Ball
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A Dog's Life
The Sunday Times, Perth, Australia, 19 Jan 1930
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The Doll's House
The Central Queensland Herald, Rockhampton, Australia, 30 Jan 1936, p 54
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The Dormer Window
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XVI, No. 3, Aug 1902, pp 347-356; illustrated by A. Forestier
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A Dose Of Quinine
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLV, May 1917, pp 731-736; illustrated by Steven Spurrier
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The Doubting D-, or, A Cranky Cryptogram
(A Defence Of The Great Bard In Three Fyttes)
• R. Sutton & Co, London, 1888, pamphlet, 32 pp
"A burlesque. The author tells how he interviewed the ghosts of Shakespeare, Bacon, Ben Jonson.and others, and secured a contradiction of Mr. Donnelly's assertions as to the authorship [of the works attributed to Shakespeare]", quoted from "Recent Bacon-Shakespeare Literature", Poet Lore, Vol. 1, 1898, p 77

A Draught Of Life
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLVII, Feb 1918, pp 319-324; illustrated by Frank Gillett
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Early Closing Day
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 5 Apr 1924
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An Eastern Princess
The Kalgoorlie Western Argus, West Australia, 6 Jan 1898
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The Eavesdropper
The Windsor Magazine, Vol XXXV, May 1912, pp 803-808

The Ebbing Tide
Published under syndication, e.g., in
The Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Australia, April 2, 1924

The Egg Of The Little Auk
• Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Saturday Journal, Adelaide, Australia, 26 Feb 1927
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The Emsdam Dispatches
Pearson's Magazine (US edition), Vol. II, Sep 1899, pp 258-267; illustrated by Arthur H. Buckland
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The Empty House
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 19 Jun 1909
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An Error Of Judgment
The Star, New Zealand, 24 Oct 1908, p 2
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The Evidence For The Prisoner
The Windsor Magazine, Sep 1911, pp 477-482

Excess Profits
The Yellow Magazine, London, Vol. IV, No. 24, 11 Aug 1922, pp 248-256; illustrated by J.R. Skelton

An Eye For An Eye
• Syndicated in, .e.g.:
· The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 21 Apr 1923
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The Eye Of The Camera
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXIX, Dec 1908, pp 155-162; illustrated by Alec Ball
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The First Stone
The Strand Magazine, Oct 1908, pp 450-459; illustrated by Arthur Garratt
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The Foil
• Syndicated in, .e.g.:
· The Sunday Times, Perth, Australia, 23 Oct 1932
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Forget-Me-Not
• Syndicated in, .e.g.:
· The Clutha Leader, New Zealand, serial, 3, 10, 17 Oct 1890
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For Love's Sake
• Syndicated in, .e.g.:
· The Central Queensland Herald, Rockhampton, Australia, 12 Oct 1944
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For Once In A Way
• Syndicated in, .e.g.:
· The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 15 Jan 1915
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For Value Received
• Syndicated in, .e.g.:
· The Telegraph, Brisbane, Australia, 2 May 1908
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A Foster-Father
• Syndicated in, .e.g.:
· The Telegraph, Brisbane, Australia. June 26, 1901
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Found!
The Gentleman's Magazine, Sep 1890
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The Fourth Man
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLIV, Nov 1916, pp 702-708; illustrated by Septimus E. Scott
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Free Labour
The Central Queensland Herald, Rockhampton, Australia, 1 Apr 1943
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A Friendly Call
Cassell's Magazine (US edition), May-Oct 1910, pp 473-481

From Information Received
The Christmas Chronicle, Australia, 10 Dec 1919
The Auckland Star, New Zealand, 20 Dec 1919
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Full Fathoms Deep
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XL, Oct 1914, pp 543-550; illustrated by Charles J. Crombie
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Gabrielle
The Premier Magazine, 18 Jun 1920, pp 59-65

A Gamble In Love
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXXVI, Jun 1912, pp 29-34; illustrated by Maurice Greiffenhagen
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A Game Of Draughts
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XIX, Dec 1903, pp 67-75; illustrated by E.J. Sullivan
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A Garden Of Pearls
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLV, Mar 1917, pp 445-450; illustrated by Steven Spurrier
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Gentlemen Of The Jury
The Warwick Examiner & Times, Queensland, Australia, 11 May 1914

The Gates Of Ramshi
The Yellow Magazine, London, Vol. II, No. 9, 13 Jan 1922, pp 131-139; illustrated by Hawley Morgan

The Grey Bat
The Western Mail, Perth, Australia, 14 Jul 1916
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The Grey Raider
The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australia, 7 Jun 1919

The Guiding Star
The Western Mail, Perth, Australia, 7 Dec 1907, p 49
The Kalgoorlie Western Argus, Australia, 14 Nov 1911
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The Half-Crown Princess
The New Magazine, Cassell's, London (date not ascertained)
• Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Kangaroo Island Courier, Kingscote, Australia, 8 Jul 1911
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The Hand Invisible
The Windsor Magazine, Vol XXXVI, Jul 1912, pp 233-238; illustrated by Alec Ball
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Hardy's Big Coup
The Australian Town And Country Journal, N.S.W., 16 Aug 1902
The Star, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2 Jan 1903
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The Heart Of The Anarchist
The Windsor Magazine Vol XVIII, Sep 1903, p 468-476; illustrated by Oscar Wilson
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Heavy Metal
The Green Magazine, London, 10 Apr 1923

The Heels Of The Dawn
The Otago Witness, New Zealand, 24 Mar 1909, p 9
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Her Christmas Dawn
The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australian, 19 Dec 1908
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His Christmas Gift
The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australia, 11 Dec 1930

His Majesty's Mails
The Canadian Magazine, Toronto, Nov 1910
The Barrier Miner, Broken Hill, N.S.W., Australia, 20 Dec 1911
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A Hole In The Net
The Yellow Magazine, London, Vol. V, No. 28, 3 Nov 1922, pp 31- 38; illustrated by G. J. Gillingham

The Hospitallers
Chambers's Journal, 10 May 1890

Ice In June: A Playwright's Story
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 6 Feb 1909
Golden Stories: A Selection of the Best Fiction by the Foremost Writers, The Short Stories Company, New York, 1909
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Icky Of Oluk Lake
Munsey's, Vol. XCVI, No. 1, Feb 1929, pp 101-107
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Imperial Preference
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXXV, Mar 1912, pp 521-525

In Black And White
The Story-Teller, Aug 1910, pp 708-716

In Barkstone Lane
The Australasian, Melbourne, Australia, June 13, 1925

In Rosemary Lane
People's Magazine, Vol. XVIII, No. 4, Apr 1915, pp 158-165

In The Dark
Published under syndication, e.g., in:
The Wagga Wagga Advertiser, N.S.W., Australia, April 6, 1907

In The Fog
The Canterbury Times, New Zealand, Christmas edition, 1909

In The Pit
The Red Magazine, Vol. XXI, No. 126, 1 Jul 1914, pp 747-753; illustrated by Charles Pears

Introducing Mr. Pentsymon
The Yellow Magazine, London, Vol. V, No. 30, 3 Nov 1922, pp 269-275; illustrated by Frank R. Grey

The Joinville Tunnel
The Cornhill Magazine, Nov 1898
The Star , New Zealand, 28 Jan 1899
The Examiner, Launceston, Tasmania, 8 May 1899
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Judgment Reserved
The Western Mail, Perth, Australia, 19 Sep 1913
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Karma
The Windsor Magazine, Nov 1913, pp 652-658

Kindergarten
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXXVI, Nov 1912, pp 689-694; illustrated by A.J. Gough
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The Kingmaker's Token
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXVIII, Jun 1908, pp 66-74

Lady Mary's Bulldog
The Daily News, Perth, Australia, 5 May 1911
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The Language Of Flowers
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXIX, Apr 1909, pp 647-654; illustrated by Alec Ball
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The Last Drive
The Australian Town and Country Journal, 3 Jan 1906, pp 33- 34
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The Law Of The Jungle: A Tale Of Mean Streets
The London Magazine, Sep 1913-Feb 1914, pp 381-388

The Leather-Pushin' Private
Battle Stories, Vol. IV, No, 24, Aug 1929, pp 112-122

The Left Hand
The Rodney And Otamatea Times, New Zealand, 18 Sep 1912, p 6
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The Lesson The Ants Taught
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLV, Dec 1916, pp 101-107; illustrated by Charles Crombie
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The Livery Of Death
The Story-Teller, Oct 1911

The Lonely Furrow
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLVI, Nov 1917, pp 595-599; illustrated by A. Gilbert
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The Long Arm Of Bronze
The Strand Magazine, Jan 1916, pp 3-11; illustrated by Emile Verpilleux
The Saturday Express, 19 Feb 1916
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Love In Aether
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLIV, Jun 1916, pp 15-20; illustrated by G.C. Wilmshurst
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The Luck Of The Game
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXVI, Sep 1907, p 427-435; illustrated by Gilbert Holiday
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Made In England
The Windsor Magazine, Vol LII, Jun 1920, pp 88-94; illustrated by C.M. Padday
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"The Man Himself"
The Yellow Magazine, London, Vol. I, No, 1, 23 Sep 1921, pp 36-43; illustrated by Fred Buchanan

The Man Who Got Through
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. LXI, Feb 1925, pp 297-303; illustrated by Frank Gillett
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The Man Who Rang The Bell
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 20 Sep 1924
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The Man With The Eyeglass
The Star, New Zealand, 16 Sep 1909, p 4
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A Masked Battery
Pearson's Magazine (US edition), Jul 1908, pp 52-59; illustrated by A.P. Ball
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The Master's Voice
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 5 Nov 1921
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A Matter Of Habit
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLVI, Aug 1917, pp 317-323; illustrated by Dudley Tennant
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"'Merica"
The Strand, (US edition), Vol. XLIII, No. 256, May 1912, pp 470-479; illustrated by Warwick Goble

A Message from the Flood
Chambers's Journal, May 7, 1892

The Midnight Call
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXIV, Jun 1906, p 109-118; illustrated by John Cameron
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The Missing Blade
The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette, Australia, Dec 1913

The Missing Note
The Windsor Magazine, Aug 1911

The Mistletoe Bough
The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australia, 17 Dec 1921

A Modern Scrooge
The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australia, 17 Dec 1910

Moray The Traitor
The Pall Mall Magazine, Vol 18, Jul 1899, p 384 ff; illustrated by G.D. Amour
Lewiston Evening Journal, Maine, USA, 9 & 16 Sep 1899

More Than Coronets
Chamber's Journal Of Popular Literature, Science And Arts, Vol 18, 1894, pp 136-207

The Morning Glory
The Yellow Magazine, London, 10 Aug 1923

Music Hath Charms
The Yellow Magazine, London, Vol. III, No. 9, 30 Jun 1922, pp 489-497; illustrated by J.P. Paterson

A Musical Treat
The Yellow Magazine, London, Vol. Vol. V, No. 29, 20 Oct 1922, 211-217; illustrated by Hutton Mitchel

The Mystery Of Room Five
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 25 Dec 1920
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Natural Selection
The London Magazine, Sep 1913-Feb 1914, pp 763-771

Nerves
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXXIII, Jan 1911, pp 295-300; illustrated by Alec Ball
The Warwick Examiner & Times, Queensland, Australia, 24 Jul 1916
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The Night Express: The Story Of A Bank Robbery
Golden Stories: A Selection of the Best Fiction by the Foremost Writers, The Short Stories Company, New York, 1909
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The Northern Light
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XX, Oct 1904, pp 562-570; illustrated by Cyrus Cuneo
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Not On The Records
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. LIII, Feb 1921, pp 296-302; illustrated by Dudley Tennant
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An Object Lesson
Cassell's Magazine (US edition), Jun-Nov 1908, pp 225-235
• Published under syndications in, e.g.:
· The Week, Brisbane, Australia, 19 Mar 1920
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The Odds On Zero
The Green Magazine, London, 5 Jun 1923

One Christmas Eve
The Maitland Daily Mercury, Australia, 15 Dec 1932

One Day With A Working Ant
Pearson's Magazine (US edition), Holiday Number, Dec 1901; illustrated by Bruce Horsfall

One Foggy Night
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLIII, May 1916, pp 797-802; illustrated by Dudley Tennant
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One Of The Old Guard
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XV, Feb 1902, pp 437-446; illustrated by Ambrose Walton
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On Peace Night
The Townsville Daily Bulletin, Australia, 14 May 1929
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The Onus Of The Charge
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXIII, May 1906, pp 809-818;
illustrated by T. Walter Wilson
The Metropolitan Magazine, Vol. 25, Jan 1907, p 501-508
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The Orpheusia
Cassell's Magazine (US edition), Jun-Nov 1903, pp 252-261
The Western Mail, Perth, Australia, 19 Dec 1903
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Ostentation
Cassell's Magazine, Aug 1912

The Other Man's Story
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXI, Dec 1904, pp 197-206; illustrated by Sidney Paget
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The Pardon
The Western Mail, Perth, Australia, 12 Aug 1911
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A Parrot Cry
The Windsor Magazine, Vol XLVIII, Jun 1918, pp 44-50; illustrated by W.R. Stott
The Railroad Trainman, Mount Morris, Illinois, Vol. XXXVIII, 1921, pp 389-391
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The Path Of Progress
The Quiver, Jun 1909

The Pawn And The Rook
The Townsville Daily Bulletin, Australia, 8 Sep 1926
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Pearls Of Price
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXXIX, Jan 1914, pp 312-317; illustrated by W.R. Stott
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"Photo By Lesterre"
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLV, Feb 1917, pp 393-398; illustrated by Steven Spurrier
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Pictures In The Snow (a Christmas story)
The Examiner, Launceston, Tasmania, 21 Dec 1901
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A Place In The Sun
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. LI, Jan 1920, pp 158-164; illustrated by Maurice Greiffenhagen
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A Plague of Butterflies
The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australia, 28 Dec 1918

The Platinum Chain
The Sunday Times, Perth, Australia, 6 Aug 1933
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A Popular Novelist
The Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, 20 Jan 1914
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Poste Restante
The Yellow Magazine, London, Vol. II, No. 8, 30 Dec 1921, pp 23-35; illustrated by F. Gillett

A Prize Crop
The Yellow Magazine, London, Vol. XII, No, 27, 22 Aug 1924, pp 419-425

Proof Positive
The Western Mail, Perth, Australia, 4 Aug 1927
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The Purple Terror
The Strand, Sep 1898
Monsters Galore, Fawcett Books, Greenwich, CT, 1965
Science Fiction By Gaslight: A History Of Science Fiction In Popular Magazines, 1891-1911, World Publishing Co., 1968
Science Fiction By Gaslight, Hyperion Press, 1974
Beyond The Gaslight, Frederick Muller Ltd, 1976
Science Fiction By The Rivals Of H.G. Wells, Castle Books, 1979
Adventure Stories From The "Strand", The Folio Society, London, 1995
Flora Curiosa: Cryptobotany, Mysterious Fungi, Sentient Trees, And Deadly Plants In Classic Science Fiction And Fantasy, Coachwhip Publications, Aug 2008
The Wordsworth Collection Of Science Fiction, Wordsworth Editions Ltd, Dec 2011
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Translations
German: Die Purpurorchidee, Henschel, Tribunalbibliothek series, Berlin, 1913, 198 pp

A Queen In Hiding
The Malayan Saturday Post, Singapore, 23 Feb 1929, p 12
The Central Queensland Herald, Rockhampton, Australia, 5 Jul 1934, p 50
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A Question Of Money
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLIII, Jan 1916, pp 237-242; illustrated by Septimus E. Scott
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Rachel's Seventh Year
The Yellow Magazine, London, Vol. III, No. 16, 21 Apr 1922, pp 151-160; illustrated by Frank R. Grey

Rawhide Science
Excitement, Dec 1930

The Real Dramatic Touch
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLVI, Sep 1917, pp 386-392; illustrated by Frank Gillett
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A Record Round
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXXI, Mar 1910, pp 563-570; illustrated by Sydney Seymour Lucas
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Red Petals
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XIX, Feb 1904, pp 419-429; illustrated by W.G. Simmonds
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Rob Peter—Pay Paul
The Yellow Magazine, London, Vol. II, No. 13, 10 Mar 1922, pp 587-594; illustrated by G. J. Gillingham

A Rope Of Snow
• Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Brisbane Courier, Australia, 16 Dec 1911
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Rose Of The Desert
• Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· Yorke's Peninsula Advertiser Australia, 5 Nov 1920
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A Royal Bag
The Green Magazine, London, 19 Dec 1923

The Royal Train
Published under syndication in, e.g.,
The World's News, Sydney, Australia, 19 Dec 1914

The Salmon Poachers
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXXII, Jul 1910, pp 235-240; illustrated by Alec Ball
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Santa Anna
Chambers's Journal, 2 Apr 1898

A Satisfactory Reference
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 21 Apr 1900
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Saviour From The North
The Yellow Magazine, London, Vol. I, No. 3, 21 Oct 1921, pp 298-307; illustrated by Harold Earnshaw

The Second Chapter
The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 29 Jan 1916
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Second In The Field
The Windsor Magazine, Vol XLI, Apr 1915, pp 653-658; illustrated by Cyrus Cuneo
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The Shebeeners
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XVI, Sep 1902, pp 466-476; illustrated by F.H. Townsend
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A Single Hair
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLIV, Aug 1916, pp 337-343; illustrated by Charles Crombie
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Sir Jeremiah's Big Shoot
The Green Magazine, London, 8 May 1923

Sister Louise
The Warwick Examiner & Times, Queensland, Australia, 28 Jun 1915

The Sixteenth Chapter
• Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The North Western Advocate & Emu Bay Times, Tasmania, 1 Jul 1911
· The Daily News, Perth, Australia, 9 Aug 1911
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A Sleeping Partner
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXXV, Apr 1912, pp 681-685
· May be identical with "Sleeping Partner" (see next entry)

Sleeping Partner
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
·: The Telegraph, Brisbane, Australia, 23 Feb 1918
· The Week, Brisbane, Australia, 1 Mar 1918
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A Sound In The Night
The Central Queensland Herald, Rockhampton, Australia, 18 Feb 1937, p 54
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"Special" To The Telephone
The London Magazine, Sep 1909-Feb 1910, pp 517-526

A Stolen Interview
The Australian Town And Country Journal, 25 Nov 1903
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The Straight Game
The Red Magazine, No. 125, 15 Jun 1914, pp 602-609; illustrated by Charles Pears

The Stranger Within The Gate
• Published under syndication,´in , e.g.,
· The West Australian, Perth. Australia, 24 Dec 1906
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Sub Rosa
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXXII, Sep 1910, pp 605-610; illustrated by Steven Spurrier
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The Substitute
• Published under syndication,´in , e.g.,
· The Express and Telegraph, Adelaide, Australia, 9 September 1905
· The Sunday Strand and Home Magazine, Australia (date not ascertained)
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The Superman
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLVI, Jun 1917, pp 65-70; illustrated by Steven Spurrier
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The Supreme Test
The World's News, Sydney, Australia, 14 and 21 Apr 1923 (2 parts)

The Sword Of Justice
Pearson's Magazine (US edition), Vol. XX, No. 4, Oct 1908, pp 439-446; illustrated by A.P. Ball
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A Table Tragedy
Cassell's Magazine (US edition), Dec 1907-May 1908, pp 402- 412

The Third Act
The Week, Brisbane, Australia, 6 Dec 1912/p>

The Thirty-Seventh Month
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXX, Jul 1909, pp 354-362; illustrated by Alec Ball
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This Little World
The Australian Town And Country Journal, N.S.W., 5 Nov 1902
The Star, Canterbury, New Zealand, 17 Mar 1903
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A Thrilling Exit
The Strand Magazine, Feb 1916, pp 148-157; illustrated by Thomas Somerfield
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The Throat Of The Wolf
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XIII, Jan 1901, pp 246-256; illustrated by R. Galon Woodville
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The Ticket
The Story-Teller, Sep 1910, pp 1032 ff

"To Be Let Furnished"
The Windsor Magazine, Jul 1911

Treasures Three
The Strand Magazine, Jan 1908, pp 86-95
The Windsor Magazine, Jun 1912
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A Trick of Fate (See "Adventure")

The Two Bon-Bons
The Strand Magazine, May 1906, pp 549-556
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Two Of Them
Cassell's Magazine (US edition), Dec 1903-May 1904, pp 536- 543

The Unbelieving Eye
The New Magazine, Cassell's, London, Oct 1914

Unbidden Guests
The Australian Town And Country Journal, 15 Feb 1905
PGA e-book (HTML), Dec 2011

The Unexpected
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXIX, May 1909, pp 803-810; illustrated by Alec Ball
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An Unrecorded Crime
Crampton's Magazine, May 1902

The Vital Spark
The Yellow Magazine, London, Vol. II, No. 11, 10 Feb 1922, pp 383-391; illustrated by Hawley Morgan

The Vital Spot
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXXVII, Jan 1913, pp 306-312: illustrated by Septimus E. Scott
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2012

War Ribbons
Argosy, 8 Mar 1930
Famous Spy Stories, Vol. I, No. 3, May/Jun 1940, pp 101-111

The Waterwitch
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XXXII, Sep 1910, pp 479-484; illustrated by Alec Ball
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2012

The Western Way
The Daily News, Perth, Australia, 16 Aug 1913
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When The Moon Set
The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australia, 13 Dec 1924

The Christmas "Illustrated News Budget", Brisbane, Australia, 20 Dec 1924

The White Geranium
Cassell's Magazine, Dec 1899, pp 112-120

The White Spot
The Western Mail, Perth, Australia, 16 May 1908
Pearson's Magazine (US edition), Vol. XX, No. 2, Aug 1908, pp 209-213 & p 8 of back advertising section
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2011

White Wings
The Yellow Magazine, 28 Jul 1922

The Wings Of Chance
The Observer (Christmas edition), Australia, 13 Dec 1922
The Central Queensland Herald, Rockhampton, Australia, 20 Sep 1934, p 50
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The Witness
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. LI, Feb 1920, pp 233-238; illustrated by Frank Gillett
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The Witness of the Skies
The Chronicle, Adelaide, Australia, 18 Jan 1919

The World Next Door
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. XLIV, Sep 1916, pp 383-390; illustrated by G.C. Wilmshurst
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TRANSLATIONS OF WORKS BY FRED M. WHITE

Many translations of Fred M. White's works were identified in the course of research for this bibliography. It is a common practice among European publishing houses to re-title books which they publish in translation. The original title is usually printed on the back of the title page, but without access to the book itself it often proved impossible to derive that information from the bibliographic data available on the Internet. The translations located were:

DANISH

Danish Title: Arvingen
Literal Meaning: The Heir
English Title: [not found]
Translator: Hedvig Magnussen
Publisher: Copenhagen, 1907, 541 pp

Danish Title: De falske Arvinger
Literal Meaning: The False Heir
English Title: [not found]
Translator: Knud H. Rosenløv
Publisher: Verdens Krone Series, Copenhagen, 1918, 222 pp

Danish Title: Det mørke Hus
Literal Meaning: The Dark House
English Title: The Corner House (?)
Translator: Johs Magnussen
Publisher: Copenhagen, "Politikens Feuilleton" series, 1905, pp 398

Danish Title: Den hvide Handske
Literal Meaning: The White Glove
English Title: The White Glove
Translator: Hedvig Magnussen
Publisher: Copenhagen, 1907, 361 pp

Danish Title: De fire Fingre
Literal Meaning: The Four Fingers
English Title: The Four Fingers
Publisher: Copenhagen, 1907 and 1919

Danish Title: Den forsvundne Traktat
Literal Meaning: The Missing Treaty
English Title: [not found]
Publisher: Dansk litterært forlag, Copenhagen, 1919, 255 pp

Danish Title: Den sidste Borgia
Literal Meaning: The Last Borgia
English Title: The Last Of The Borgias
Translator: P. Jerndorff-Jessen
Publisher: Carl Allers Etablissement A/S, Copenhagen, I ledige Timer (In Your Free Time) magazine, Vol. 27, 1902, pp 233- 358

Danish Title: Dobbeltgængeren
Literal Meaning: The Doubles, Doppelganger
English Title: [not found]
Publisher: Copenhagen, 1926

Danish Title: En Hundjævel
Literal Meaning: A She-Devil
English Title: [not found]
Translator: A. Blichfeldt
Publisher: Steen Hasselbalchs Forlag, Copenhagen, 1920, 190 pp

Danish Title: Et skæbnesvangert Ansigt
Literal Meaning: The Ominous Face
English Title: [not found]
Translator: P. Jerndorff-Jessen
Publisher: Carl Allers Etablissement A/S, Copenhagen, I ledige Timer (In Your Free Time) magazine, Vol. 42, 1906, pp 1-360

Danish Title: Fontænens Hemmelighed
Literal Meaning: The Secret Of The Fountain
English Title: [not found]
Translator: Hedvig Magnussen
Publisher: Rejse-Bibliotheket, Nr. 26, Copenhagen, 1908, 416 pp

Danish Title: Forbandelsens Hus
Literal Meaning: The Cursed House
English Title: [not found]
Publisher: Copenhagen, 1915/p>

Danish Title: Grevens Datter
Literal Meaning: The Count's Daughter
English Title: [not found]
Publisher: Copenhagen, 1914

Danish Title: I hemmelig Tjeneste
Literal Meaning: In The Secret Service
English Title: A Secret Service
Publisher: Copenhagen, 1919, 184 pp; Copenhagen, 1928, 154 pp

Danish Title: Kronens Byrde
Literal Meaning: The Burden Of The Crown
English Title: The Weight Of The Crown
Publisher: Copenhagen, 1906, 454 pp

Danish Title: Naar Kærligheden vaagner
Literal Meaning: When Love Awakens
English Title: [not found]
Publisher: Copenhagen, 1927

Danish Title: Retten sejrer
Literal Meaning: Justice Prevails
English Title: [not found]
Translator: M. Laursen
Publisher: Copenhagen, 1906, 247 pp

Danish Title: Salme-Stenen
Literal Meaning: The Psalm Stone
English Title: The Psalm Stone
Illustrator: Frances Evan
Publisher: Carl Allers Etablissement A/S, Copenhagen, I ledige Timer (In Your Free Time) magazine, Vol. 38, 1905, pp 1-214

Danish Title: Uskyldig mistænkt
Literal Meaning: The Innocent Suspect
English Title: [not found]
Translator: Knud H. Rosenløv
Publisher: Kristiana, Copenhagen, 1918, 200 pp


DUTCH

Dutch Title: De geldschieter
Literal Meaning: The Moneylender
English Title: [not found]
Publisher: Spaarnestad-Bibliotheek, Haarlem, ca. 1930, 192 pp

Dutch Title: De schatgravers
Literal Meaning: The Treasure Hunters
English Title: [not found]
Publisher: Spaarnestad-Bibliotheek, Haarlem, ca. 1930, 190 pp

Dutch Title: De stempel der stilte
Literal Meaning: The Stamp Of Silence
English Title: The Brand Of Silence (?)
Publisher: Stella, Amsterdam, 19??, 216 pp

Dutch Title: De valsche beschuldiging
Literal Meaning: The False Charge
English Title: [not found]
Publisher: Spaarnestad-Bibliotheek, "Hollandsche bibliotheek" series, No. 9, Haarlem, 1933, 224 pp

Dutch Title: Het verbroken graf
Literal Meaning: The Ruined Tomb
English Title: [not found]
Publisher: Dagblad en Drukkerij "Het Centrum", Amsterdam, ca. 1910, 155 pp

Dutch Title: Lady Clara English Title: Lady Clara
Publisher: Spaarnestad-Bibliotheek, Haarlem, ca. 1930, 187 pp

Dutch Title: Waar liefde woont
Literal Meaning: Where Love Dwells
English Title: [not found]
Translator: J.H.G. v.d. Bovenkamp Jr
Publisher: Holland, ca. 1940, 221 pp


FINNISH

Finnish Title: Nainen saa maksaa
Literal Meaning: A Woman Must Pay
English Title: The Sundial
Translator: Erkki Valkeila
Publisher: Karisto, Hämeenlinna, Finland, 1951, 239 pp


FRENCH

French Title: Le vase du dragon
Literal Meaning: The Dragon Vase
English Title: [Paul Quentin]?
Translator: Thérèse Berton
Publisher: P. Lafitte et cie, Paris, 1913, 310 pp

French Title: Les quatre doigts
Literal Meaning: The Four Fingers
English Title: The Four Fingers
Translator: Thérèse Berton
Publisher: P. Lafitte et cie, Paris, 1913, 319 pp

French Title: Le Secret des sables
Literal Meaning: The Secret Of The Sands
English Title: The Secret Of The Sands
Translator: Ève Paul-Margueritte
Publisher: Edition de la Mode Nationale, "Collection Fama", series No 230, Paris, 1930, 127 pp


GERMAN

German Title: Der Königsdiamant
Literal Meaning: The King Diamond
English Title: The King Diamond
Translator: Kary & Hanna Maria Ottinger
Publisher: Leipzig Expreßbücher-Verlag, Wien 1934, 224 pp

German Title: Die Purpurorchidee
Literal Meaning: The Purple Orchid
English Title: The Purple Terror
Publisher: Henschel, Tribunalbibliothek series, Berlin, 1913, 198 pp

German Title: Über ihre Kraft
Literal Meaning: Beyond Her Strength
English Title: [not found]
Translator: Moritz Wilhelm Sophar
Publisher: K. Ehrlich, Berlin, Ehrlich's Kriminalbücherei, No. 43, 1925, 192 pp

German Title: Um des Mammons willen
Literal Meaning: For Mammon's Sake
English Title: The House Of Mammon (?)
Publisher: Henschel, Berlin, Tribunalbibliothek series, No. 12, 1920, 208 pp


HUNGARIAN

Hungarian Title: A titokzatos orchidea
Literal Meaning: The Mysterious Orchid
English Title: The Cardinal Moth
Translator: Ernő Kulinyi
Publisher: Singer & Wolfner, Budapest, 1921, 40 pp

Hungarian Title: A bíborszínű rém
Literal Meaning: The Purple Terror (Bogy, Spectre)
English Title: The Purple Terror
Translator: András Békés
Published in: Galaktika 57 (ed. Péter Kuczka), 1985, pp 33- 43
Publisher: Kozmosz, Budapest


ICELANDIC

Icelandic Title: Hvíti hanzkinn
Literal Meaning: The White Glove
English Title: The White Glove
Publisher: Prentsmiðjan Gutenberg, Reykjavik, 1916, 266 pp
Publisher: Sögusafn heimilanna, Reykjavik, 1991, 179 pp

Icelandic Title: Kínverska leynifelagið
Literal Meaning: The Chinese Secret Society
English Title: The Case For The Crown
Publisher: Félagsprentsmiðjan, Reykjavik, 1920


SPANISH

Spanish Title: El huésped de la media noche
Literal Meaning: The Midnight Guest
English Title: The Midnight Guest
Translator: Agustín Arana y Viana
Publisher: Sopena, Barcelona, "Novela Moderna" series, 1908, 141 pp

Spanish Title: Los cuatro dedos
Literal Meaning: The Four Fingers
English Title: The Four Fingers
Translator: Juan Cueto from the French version by Thérèse Berton
Illustrator: S. Bartolozzi
Publisher: Saturnino Calleja Fernandez, Madrid, "Novela de ahora" series, Nos. 150-151, 1911, 2 vols.

Spanish Title: El poder de las tinieblas
Literal Meaning: The Power Of Darkness
English Title: Powers Of Darkness
Translator: Miguel Domenge Mir
Publisher: Saturnino Calleja Fernandez, Madrid, "Novela de ahora" series, No. 199, 191?, 118 pp

Spanish Title: Un viaje trágico
Literal Meaning: A Tragic Journey
English Title: A Royal Wrong
Publisher: Hijos de Alvarez, Madrid, 1909?
Publisher: Saturnino Calleja Fernandez, Madrid, "Novela de ahora" series, 2 vols, 19??, 92/73 pp
Publisher: Revista Literaria, Madrid, "Novelas y cuentos" series, No. 902, 1948, 35 pp

Spanish Title: La daga misteriosa
Literal Meaning: The Mysterious Dagger
English Title: The Secret Of The Sands
Publisher: Hijos de Alvarez, Madrid, "Novela de ahora" series, 1907?
Publisher: Saturnino Calleja Fernandez, Madrid, "Novela de ahora" series, 1912
Publisher: Revista Literaria, Madrid, "Novelas y cuentos" series, 1964, 47 pp

Spanish Title: Paul Quentin
English Title: Paul Quentin
Translator: Agustín Arana y Viana
Publisher: Sopena, Barcelona, "La novela moderna" series, 19??, 101 pp

Spanish Title: La esclava del silencio
Literal Meaning: The Slave Of Silence
English Title: The Slave Of Silence
Translator: Rosa Cabrera
Publisher: Sopena, Barcelona, "La novela moderna" series, 19??, 109 pp

Spanish Title: La casa del rincón
Literal Meaning: The Corner House
English Title: The Corner House
Translator: Ramón Orts Ramos
Publisher: Sopena, Barcelona, "La novela moderna" series, 19??, 115 pp

Spanish Title: La mampara roja
Literal Meaning: The Red Screen
English Title: [not found]
Publisher: Imprenta de "El diario Ilustrado", Santiago, 1907, 216 pp

Spanish Title: El anillo rojo (part 2 of La mampara roja)
Literal Meaning: The Red Ring
English Title: [not found]
Publisher: Imprenta de "El diario Ilustrado", Santiago, 1907, 288 pp

SWEDISH

Swedish Title: Den blå damen
Literal Meaning: The Blue Lady
English Title: The Lady In Blue
Translator: Emilie Kullman
Publisher: Skoglund, Stockholm, 1917, 235 pp

Swedish Title: Charles Darrylls försvinnande
Literal Meaning: The Disappearance Of Charles Darryll
English Title: The Slave Of Silence
Translator: Oscar Nachman
Publisher: B. Wahlström, Stockholm, 1919, 158 pp

Swedish Title: Ebb och flod
Literal Meaning: Low Tide And High Tide
English Title: The Turn Of The Tide
Translator: Freij Bogren
Publisher: Zetterlund, Stockholm, 1923, 272 pp

Swedish Title: Ett familjedrama
Literal Meaning: A Family Drama
English Title: [not found]
Publisher: Dahlberg, Stockholm, 1918, 176 pp

Swedish Title: Den gyllene rosen
Literal Meaning: The Golden Rose
English Title: The Golden Rose
Publisher: B. Wahlström, Stockholm, 1917, 160 pp

Swedish Title: Den heliga orkidén
Literal Meaning: The Sacred Orchid
English Title: [not found]
Translator: Oscar Nachman
Publisher: B. Wahlström, Stockholm, 1918, 160 pp

Swedish Title: Huset vid spåret
Literal Meaning: The House By The Track
English Title: [not found]
Translator: J. & M. Åslund
Publisher: J. Zetterlund, Stockholm, 1926, 160 pp

Swedish Title: Konspiratörer
Literal Meaning: Conspirators
English Title: [not found]
Translator: Freij Bogren
Publisher: J. Zetterlund, Stockholm, 1923, 208 pp

Swedish Title: Lady Amorys diamanter
Literal Meaning: "Lady Amory's Diamonds
English Title: [not found]
Translator: Ebba Nordenadler
Publisher: Wahlström & Widstrand, Stockholm, 1911, 211 pp

Swedish Title: Mysteriet på Loudwater Priory
Literal Meaning: The Mystery Of Loudwater Priory
English Title: [not found]
Translator:
Publisher: Dahlberg, Stockholm, 1918, 186 pp

Swedish Title: Purpur-orkidén
Literal Meaning: Purple Orchid
English Title: [not found]
Translator: Ernst Malm
Publisher: Förlagsaktiebolaget Västra Sverige, Göteborg, 1914, 152 pp

Swedish Title: Den röda triangeln
Literal Meaning: The Red Triangle
English Title: [not found]
Translator: J. & M. Åslund
Publisher: J. Zetterlund, Stockholm, 1926, 160 pp

Swedish Title: Segerns vingar
Literal Meaning: Wings Of Victory
English Title: The Wings Of Victory
Translator: Freij Bogren
Publisher: J. Zetterlund, Stockholm, 1923, 175 pp

Swedish Title: Den svarta automobilen
Literal Meaning: The Black Automobile
English Title: [not found]
Publisher: Nordiska förlaget, Stockholm, 1919, pp 222



STORIES IN SEARCH OF A TITLE

During the preparation of this bibliography it proved impossible, with the available resources, to ascertain the titles of a number of Fred M. White's stories. This was the case when reviews of specific issues of journals in which his works appeared simply listed him as a contributor.

These titles—with their corresponding texts—will, of course, become generally available as soon as the journals in question are published on the Internet. Another source for the missing bibliographical information will be the Index to British Popular Fiction Magazines, 1880-1950, which is currently being compiled by the National Bibliographic Service of the British Library and is scheduled for publication in 2012 (or thereabouts). A list of the 72 magazines to be indexed can be seen at www.philsp.com/britpop.html.

Many of the "missing titles" are probably those of stories which were reprinted after their initial publication and are, consequently, already included in this bibliography.

For the sake of completeness, here is a chronological list of the magazines containing stories in search of a title.

Chambers's Journal, May 1898
• Source of Information: Auckland Star, New Zealand, 11 June 1898, p 2 "An excellent collection of articles is contained in Chamber's Journal for May... a four-chapter story by Fred M. White..."

The Graphic, Christmas edition, 1905
• Source of Information: The Coburg Leader, Victoria, Australia, 25 Nov 1905, p 1: "...The Christmas number of The Graphic contains... good stories by... Fielding Hall, Max Pemberton, Chas. Lees, and Fred M. White (illustrated by John H. Brown A.R.A.)..."

The Windsor Magazine, Aug 1906
• Source of Information: The Australian Town & Country Journal, 15 Aug 1906, p 23: "In The Windsor... short stories are contributed by Frances Rivers, Henry C. Rowland, E.E. Kellett, and Fred. M. White..."

The Canterbury Times, New Zealand, 18 Dec 1906
• Source of Information: The Star, Canterbury, New Zealand, 15 Dec 1906: "The Christmas number of The Canterbury Times for 1906... will be published on Tuesday... The contributors include... Fred M. White..."

The Story-Teller, Apr 1907
• Source of Information: The Australian Town & Country Journal, 24 Apr 1907, p 55: "Messrs. Cassell and Company, Limited, have just published the first issue of a new magazine called The Story-Teller. As the title implies, the magazine is devoted entirely to fiction, the contributors to the initial issue... well-known novelists, including Hall Caine, E.P. Oppenheim, Mrs. C. Williamson, Fred M. White, Tom Gallon, Nat Gould, etc..."

The Story-Teller, May 1907
• Source of Information: The Australian Town & Country Journal, 29 May 1907, p 55: "Messrs. Cassell and Company, Limited (Melbourne), forward to us the second (May) number of their new sixpenny magazine, The Storyteller.It contains a wealth of short stories by well-known writers, including... Tom Gallon, Headon Hill, Fred. M. White, Alice and Claude Asher, and Marjorie Bowen..."

The Story-Teller, Oct 1907
• Source of Information: The Examiner, Launceston, Tasmania, 23 Oct 1907, p 5: "The Storyteller for October is to hand... The October issue contains complete stories by... Fred. M. White, L.T. Meade, Katharine Tynan, Maurice Leblanc, Mary L. Pendered, etc."

The Windsor Magazine, Mar 1908
• Source of Information: The Colonist, New Zealand, 5 May 1908, p 3: "The March number of The Windsor Magazine... Complete stories by authors... Fred M. White, Frances Rivers, Christopher St. John, Orme Agnes and Jesse Pope..."

The Windsor Magazine, Apr 1908
• Source of Information: The Colonist, New Zealand, 28 May 1908, p 2: "The April number of The Windsor Magazine... Fred M. White contributes an ingenious mystery..."

The Windsor Magazine, May 1908
• Source of Information: The Bush Advocate, New Zealand, 23 Jun 1908, Page 5: "The May Windsor Magazine... The short stories of the number are by... Fred M. White, Frances-Rivers and G.B. Lancaster..."

The Story-Teller, Dec 1908
• Source of Information: The Otago Witness, New Zealand,6 Jan 1909, p 70: "The Christmas number of The Story-Teller... the writers include... Fred M. White..."

The Windsor Magazine, Jun 1909
• Source of Information: The Colonist, New Zealand, 24 Jun 1909, p 2: "The June Windsor Magazine... that master of mystery Fred M. White is respresented by an ingenious story of adventure in West Africa..."

The Windsor Magazine, Sep 1909
• Source of Information: Nelson Evening Mail, New Zealand, 15 Sep 1909, p 2: "The September... number of The Windsor Magazine... a mystery of modern London by Fred M. White contains a novel plot..."

The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1909
• Source of Information: The Colonist, New Zealand, 22 Dec 1909, p 2: "The December Windsor Magazine... There are complete stories by Barry Pain, Coulson Kernahan, Fred M. White, and Austin Harrison..."

The Windsor Magazine, Feb 1910
• Source of Information: "Local and General" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 17 Feb 1910, p 2: "The February Windsor Magazine... complete contributions by...Fred M. White, Owen Oliver, and Charles G.D. Roberts...

The Story-Teller, Feb 1910
• Source of Information: The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 26 Mar 1910, 20: "The Story-Teller—E. Phillips Oppenheim, A.W. Marchmont, Fred M. White, Captain Frank Mars, and 'Alice' and Claude Arhew are among the contributors to the February issue of this popular magazine..."

The Windsor Magazine, Aug 1910
• Source of Information: The Colonist, New Zealand, 25 Aug 1910, p 2: "The August Windsor Magazine... containing short stories by Eden Philpotts, Ashton Hilliers, Charles G.D. Roberts, Fred M. White, and other well-known authors..."

The Grand Magazine, Sep 1910
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 8 Oct 1910, p 6: "The Grand... containing sixteen complete stories by such popular writers as... Fred M. White...

The Windsor Magazine, Oct 1910
• Source of Information: Hawera & Normanby Star, New Zealand, 17 Oct 1910, p 4: "The October Windsor Magazine... complete stories by... Fred M. White, and other popular novelists..."

The Windsor Magazine, Nov 1910
• Source of Information: "Local and General" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 18 Nov 1910, p 2: "The November Windsor Magazine, containing contributions by... Fred M. White... and other well-known authors..."

The New Magazine, Jan 1911
• Source of Information: The Examiner, Launceston, Tasmania, 31 Jan 1911, p 6: "The New Magazine contains complete novels by Walter E. Grogan and Frank H. Shaw, and stories by Tom Gallon, Fred M. White, Percy J. Boebner, L. G. Moberly, Roy Norton, etc."

The Windsor Magazine, Feb 1911
• Source of Information: "Local and General" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 15 Feb 1911, p 2: "The Windsor Magazine for February... includes complete stories by Keble Howard, H.B. Marriott Watson, Fred M. White, and Cosmo Hamilton..."

The Windsor Magazine, Jun 1911
• Source of Information: The Marlborough Express, New Zealand, 20 Jun 1911, p 4: "The June Windsor Magazine... Fred M. White and other popular authors are also represented..."

The Windsor Magazine, Aug 1911
• Source of Information: The Colonist, New Zealand, 16 Aug 1911, p 2: "The August Windsor Magazine... containing complete short stories by Robert Barr... Fred M. White..."

The Windsor Magazine, Sep 1911
• Source of Information: The Marlborough Express, New Zealand, 19 Sep 1911, p 4: "The Windsor Magazine for September.... contributions by... Fred M. White and Keble Howard..."

The Windsor Magazine, Oct 1911
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 14 Oct 1911, p 2: "The October Windsor Magazine... new stories by... and Fred M. White..."

The Windsor Magazine, Nov 1911
• Source of Information: The Marlborough Express, New Zealand, 20 Nov 1911, p 4: "The November Windsor Magazine... containing complete stories by Fred M. White... and other popular authors..."

The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1911
• Source of Information: The Marlborough Express, New Zealand, 22 Dec 1911, p 4: "The December Windsor Magazine... complete stories by... Fred M. White, and other favourite authors..."

The Story-Teller, Christmas edition, Dec 1911
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 20 Jan 1912, p 4: "The Christmas Story-Teller contains... 17 stories and a complete novel... Other contributions are by... Fred M. White..."

Cassell's Magazine Of Fiction And Popular Literature, Apr 1912
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 25 May 1912, p 2: "This bulky book succeeds the well-known Cassell's Magazine... The fictionists include... Fred M. White..."

The Story-Teller, Oct 1912
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 2 Nov 1912, p 5: "The Story-Teller for October... is assured of popularity, for amongst the contributing authors are Fred M. White..."

The Windsor Magazine, Oct 1912
• Source of Information: The Colonist, New Zealand, 23 Oct 1912, p 4 "The Windsor Magazine for October... Other favourite authors represented are Fred M. White..."

The Windsor Magazine, Feb 1913
• Source of Information: The Traralgon Record, Victoria, Australia, 14 Feb 1913, p 6: "The February number of The Windsor Magazine... Fred. M. White is responsible for a thrilling story of the Klondike..."

The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1913
• Source of Information: The Colonist, New Zealand, 24 Dec 1913, p 4: "The Windsor Magazine" for December... Among the writers of other complete stories are Fred M. White..."

The Windsor Magazine, Feb 1914
• Source of Information: The Horsham Times, Victoria, 27 Feb 1914, p 10: "A brilliant New Year number is provided in the February issue of The Windsor Magazine... Among the other stories... a strenuous story of adventure by Fred M. White..."

The Premier Magazine, No. 4, Aug 1914
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 9 Sep 1914, p 4: "The Premier Magazine for August, No. 4 of the issue... The contributors include... Fred M. White..."

The Red Magazine, No. 127, 1914
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 22 Sep 1914, p 4: "The Red Magazine, No. 127... The story-tellers in this issue include... Fred M. White..."

The Windsor Magazine, Sep 1914
• Source of Information: The Traralgon Record, Victoria, Australia, 8 Sep 1914, p 4: "... the brilliantly-varied September number of The Windsor Magazine... Fred M. White contributes a powerful plot from gipsy life, which has seldom played a more interesting part in modern fiction..."

The Red Magazine, No. 147, 1915
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 12 Jul 1915, p 4: "The Red, No. 147... There are a baker's dozen of other stories, their writers including... Fred M. White..."

The Red Magazine, No. 148, 1915
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 29 Jul 1915, p 4: "The Red Magazine, No. 148... Other story-tellers in this issue are Cosmo Hamilton, Fred M. White..."

The Red Magazine, No. 150, 1915
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 30 Aug 1915, p 4: "The Red Magazine, No. 150... Other contributors include... Fred M. White..."

The Windsor Magazine, Aug 1915
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 30 Aug 1915, p 4: "The Windsor for August... The stories are told by E.F. Benson, Fred M. White...

The Windsor Magazine, Sep 1915
• Source of Information: The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 18 Sep 1915, p 3: "The Windsor for September... The fiction section has contributions by several popular writers of short stories, including Gertrude Page, Fred M. White, Eden Philpotts, H. de Vere Stacpoole, and others."

The Windsor Magazine, Mar 1916
• Source of Information: The Colonist, New Zealand, 1 Apr 1916, p 4: "... the March number of The Windsor Magazine... including stories by... Fred M. White... and other well-known novelists."

The Lady's World, June 1916
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 31 Jul 1916, p 1: "The Lady's World for June contains amusing summer fiction by John A. Steuert, W.E. Norris, Fred M. White, and Ethel F. Heddle..."

The Red Magazine, No. 178, 1916
• Source of Information: "Advertisements" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 4 Dec 1916, p 6: "The Red Magazine, No. 178... Roy Norton and Fred M. White are well-represented, and..."

The Windsor Magazine, Oct 1916
• Source of Information: The Colonist, New Zealand, 25 Oct 1916, p 4: "The October number of The Windsor Magazine... characteristic work by... Fred M. White..."

The Red Magazine, No. 180 and/or 181, 1916
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 5 Jan 1917, p 4: "The Red Magazine, Nos. 180 and 181... Other tales are by... Fred M. White..."

The Red Magazine, No. 183, 1916 (1917?)
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 25 Jan 1917, p 4: "The Red Magazine, No. 183, is full of attractive reading, the story-tellers including... Fred M. White..."

The Red Magazine, No. 188, 1917
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 20 Apr 1917, p 4: "The Red Magazine, No. 188... Other story-tellers include... Fred M. White."

The Windsor Magazine, May 1917
• Source of Information: The Queenslander, Brisbane. Australina, 23 Jun 1917, p 3: "The Windsor Magazine for May... There are stories by Maurice Hewlett, Edgar Wallace, Eden Philpotts, G.B. Lancaster, Fred M. White, and William Caine—an imposing list of tirst-claas contributors..."

The Windsor Magazine, Jul 1918
• Source of Information: "Advertisements" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 16 Oct 1918, p 1: "The Windsor Magazine for July...Other story-tellers include... Fred M. White..."

The Red Magazine, Nov and/or Dec, 1918
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 17 Feb 1919, p 1: "The Red Magazine for November and December... The yarnspinners include... Fred M. White..."

The Red Magazine, No. 229 and/or 230, 1919
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 17 Jun 1919, p 1: "The Red Magazine, Nos. 229 and 230... with short stories by... Fred M. White, and others."

The Red Magazine, Jun 1919 (two issues)
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 25 Aug 1919, p 4: "The Red Magazine for June (two issues)... There are also stories by Fred M. White..."

The Red Magazine, No. 238 and/or 239, 1919
• Source of Information: "Reviews for Readers" column, The Feilding Star, New Zealand, 18 Nov 1919, p 4: "The Red Magazine, (Nos. 238 and 239)... with eleven short stories in each issue by such writers as... Fred M. White..."

The Red Magazine, Dec 1921
• Source of Information: The Geraldton Guardian, Australia, 2 Feb 1922, p 1: "The Red Magazine... The December issue is full from cover to cover with the best stories it is possible to obtain, from such, popular writers as Fred M. White, Micheal Kent, Walter Grogan... and many others."

The Premier Magazine, 21 Feb 1922
• Source of Information: The Queenslander, Brisbane, Australia, 15 Apr 1922, p 3: "The Premier Magazine for February 21... William Le Queux, Coralie Stanton, and Heath Hosken, Fred. M. White, and other notable fiction writers are well represented."

The Premier Magazine, 7 Mar 1922
• Source of Information: The Morning Bulletin, Rockhampton, Australia, 8 Apr 1922, p 7: "The Premier Magazine for the 7th of March... Rafael Sabatini, Albert Terhune, Fred M. White, Harry Douglas, and other notable writers of fiction also contribute..."

The Red Magazine, 7 Apr 1922
• Source of Information: The Morning Bulletin, Rockhampton, Australia, 27 May 1922, p 8: "The Red for April 7... The contributors are E. Norman Torry, Fred M. White... and a dozen others..."

The Red Magazine, 28 Apr 1922
• Source of Information: The Morning Bulletin, Rockhampton, Australia, 15 Jun 1922, p 8: "The Harmsworth Red Magazine for April 28... Other contributors are Edmund Snell, Fred M. White, Donovan Bayley..."

The Yellow Magazine, 19 May 1922
• Source of Information:

The Yellow Magazine, 30 Jun 1922
• Source of Information: Hawera & Normanby Star, New Zealand, 25 Aug 1922, p 8: "The Yellow... In the current number, Jun 30,... there are short stories by... Fred M. White and others..."

The Yellow Magazine, 28 Jul 1922
• Source of Information: Hawera & Normanby Star, New Zealand, 2 Sep 1922, p 6: "The Yellow Magazine of July 28 provides fiction in plenty... Fred M. White and others contribute stories and verse...

The Yellow Magazine, 28 Nov 1922
• Source of Information: Hawera & Normanby Star, New Zealand, 28 Dec 1922, p 8: "The Yellow Magazine dated November 28... There are gripping stories... by Elliott Bailey, Fred M. White, Selwyn, etc..."

The Green Magazine, No. 3, 2 Jan 1923
• Source of Information: The Longreach Leader, Queensland, Australia, 2 Mar 1923, p 18: "The Green Magazine, January 2nd... (No. 3)... In this number are contributions by Fred M. White..."

The Green Magazine, 30 Jan 1923
• Source of Information: The Longreach Leader, Queensland, Australia, 6 Apr 1923, p 17: "The Green Magazine, January 30... a good sprinkle of stories of travel and adventure... by Douglas Newton, James Barr, Fred M. White... and other authors."

The Green Magazine, May 1923
• Source of Information: The Mercury, Hobart, Tasmania, 16 Jun 1923, p 11: "The Green Magazine for May contains many new stories by some of today's most popular writers, including... Fred M. White..."

The Yellow Magazine, Jun 1923
• Source of Information: The Sunday Times, Perth, Australia, 10 Jun 1923, p 5 S: "The Yellow Magazine for June is up to standard with contributions by Coutte Brisbane, A. H. Burrage, Fred. M. White. James Barr, etc., all very entertaining."

The Yellow Magazine, 28 Dec 1923
• Source of Information: The Advocate, Burnie, Tasmania, 9 Feb 1924, p 12: "The Yellow Magazine, dated 28th December... Among other writers are Ursula Bloom, Frances Brown, Owen Oliver, W.E. Middleton, O.W. Fieldon and Fred. M. White."

The Christmas "Illustrated News Budget", Brisbane, 19 Dec 1925
Source of Information: The Brisbane Courier, Australia, 12 Dec 1925, p 16: "The Christmas 'Illustrated News Budget', issue 19 December, 1925... Special Christmas stories by Fred M. White, Patrick Vaux, Ruby Templeton, Drews Tempest, etc., etc..."


The London Magazine, Nov 1928
Source of Information: AbeBooks.com. "The London Magazine... With stories and illustrations by many, including: 1 complete story on Bridge cheating by Fred M White..."
Possibly the story "Marked Cards" (see below)

TITLES IN SEARCH OF A SOURCE

The titles of works by Fred M. White listed below were found in the on-line index of the A.P. Watt Records #11036, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The material in this collection documents sales of authors' works to publishing companies, newspapers, magazines, broadcasting corporations, and film studios. The on-line index lists the authors' names and the titles of their works, but does not say where and when these works were published, nor does it indicate whether a specific work is a novel or a short story. The collection itself is organised in a system of folders, each of which is identified by two numbers separated by a period. The following list of titles displays the folder number for each item in parentheses. For more information on the A.P. Watt collection, click on the link given above.

FOOTNOTES

[1] Record of Fred M. White's birth - FreeBMD, Vol. 6b, p 649


[2] Record of parents' marriage - FreeBMD, Vol. 6b, p 735

[3] Census Record - 1861


[4] Census Record - 1871


[5] Census Record - 1881


[6] Census Record for Joseph White, Sr. - 1891


[7] Census Record for Helen and Fred M. White - 1891


[8] Census Record for Joseph A. White - 1891


[9] Record of Fred M. White's marriage - FreeBMD, Vol. 6c, p 808

[9a]. Click below to see records of the birth of Fred M. White's sons:

· Birth of Sydney Eric White

· Birth of Ormond John White

[10] Census Record for Fred M. and Clara White - 1901


[11] Census Record for Joseph and Helen White - 1901


[12] Census Record Joseph A. White - 1901


[13] Supplement to the London Gazette 29 Nov 1915, p 11912

[14] The London Gazette, 8 Jun 1915, p 11912

[15] The London Gazette, 8 Mar 1918, p 3003

[16] Record of Fred Merrick White's death - FreeBMD, Vol. 5b, p 541

[17] Record of Clara Jane White's death - FreeBMD Vol. 5b, p 1490

[18] Record of John Ormond White's marriage - FreeBMD Vol. 5b, p 1205

[18a] For more information, see W.B. Edgar's obituary ( The Portland Guardian, Victoria, Australia, 27 Feb 1939, p 3)

[19] Record of John Ormond White's death - FreeBMD Vol. 5b, p 434. A death notice also appeared on page 7 of The Argus, Melbourne, Australia, 22 Aug 1936