Selective list by Series Characters

Here we present some of the same stories listed in the main section, grouped by character, and presented chronologically by their initial appearance. This is a whimsical selection on the editors’ part, and is by no means exhaustive. Additions will also be haphazard!

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Jackson

    Mike Jackson:

Jackson Junior - The Captain, April 1907 (Mike at Wrykyn in book form)

    Mike Jackson and Psmith:

The Lost Lambs - The Captain, April 1908 (Mike and Psmith in book form)

Note: To some extent in The New Fold, and a greater extent in Psmith, Journalist, Mike takes a secondary role to Psmith.

The New Fold - The Captain, October 1908 (Psmith in the City in book form)

Psmith, Journalist - The Captain, October 1909

We see Mike and Psmith for the last time in Leave It to Psmith in 1923, too late to be included on this site.

An Americanized version of Psmith under the name of Rupert Smith, as well as part of the plot of Psmith, Journalist, was included in the American book of The Prince and Betty. The newspaper serialization of that book begins at the link below:

Prince and Betty, The - Part 1 – September 14, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

    Other Jacksons:

Cricket at Dulwich - Public School Magazine, September 1901  (real-life L. Jackson of Dulwich)

The Pothunters (part 3) - Public School Magazine, March 1902  (Jackson of Dawson’s house, St. Austin’s)

The Manœuvres of Charteris - II - Captain (UK), September 1903  (real-life prizefighter John Jackson)

Jackson’s Extra - Royal Magazine, June 1904 (Jackson of Spence’s house, Wrykyn; perhaps Mike’s older brother?)

Shields’ and the Cricket Cup - The Captain, June 1905 (Jackson of Spence’s house, Wrykyn; perhaps Mike’s older brother?)

The Last Place - The Captain, August 1905 (Jackson of Spence’s house, Wrykyn; perhaps Mike’s older brother?)

The Deserter - Royal Magazine, August 1905 (Jackson of Spence’s house, Wrykyn; perhaps Mike’s older brother?)

The White Feather - The Captain, November 1905 (Jackson of Dexter’s house, Wrykyn; perhaps Mike’s older brother?)

Eminent Artistes - Books of Today & Tomorrow, February 1907  (ref. Hooper and Jackson)




 

Kid Brady


There may be two boxers using this title, as the Kid of the Pearson’s series is English-born and learns to fight in New York City, while the Kid of Psmith, Journalist and The Prince and Betty comes from the Western United States.

Kid Brady - Light-weight: How He Made His Début - Pearson's (US), September 1905

How Kid Brady Broke Training - Pearson's (US), November 1905

How Kid Brady Won the Championship - Pearson's (US), January 1906

How Kid Brady Assisted a Damsel in Distress - Pearson's (US), March 1906

How Kid Brady Joined the Press - Pearson's (US), May 1906

How Kid Brady Fought for His Eyes - Pearson's (US), July 1906

How Kid Brady Took a Sea Voyage - Pearson's (US), March 1907

    In a minor capacity, or passing reference :

Psmith, Journalist - Part 2 - Captain (UK), November 1909

Psmith, Journalist - Part 3 - Captain (UK), December 1909

Psmith, Journalist - Part 4 - Captain (UK), January 1910

Psmith, Journalist - Part 5 - Captain (UK), February 1910

Psmith, Journalist - Part 6 - Captain (UK), March 1910

Prince and Betty, The - Part 7 – October 26, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

Prince and Betty, The - Part 8 – November 2, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

Prince and Betty, The - Part 9 – November 9, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

Prince and Betty, The - Part 10 – November 16, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

Prince and Betty, The - Part 11 – November 23, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

Prince and Betty, The - Part 12 – November 30, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

Prince and Betty, The - Part 13 – December 7, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

Prince and Betty, The - Part 15 – December 21, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

Prince and Betty, The - Part 16 – December 28, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)






 

Jeeves and Wooster

Extricating Young Gussie - Saturday Evening Post (US), September 18, 1915

Extricating Young Gussie - The Strand (UK), January 1916

Leave It to Jeeves - Saturday Evening Post (US), February 5, 1916

Leave It to Jeeves - The Strand (UK), June 1916

The Aunt and the Sluggard - Saturday Evening Post (US), April 22, 1916

The Aunt and the Sluggard - The Strand (UK), August 1916

Jeeves Takes Charge - Saturday Evening Post (US), November 18, 1916

Note: "Jeeves Takes Charge" did not appear in the Strand magazine until April 1923, too late for us to include it here.

Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest - Saturday Evening Post (US), December 9, 1916

Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest - The Strand (UK), March 1917

Jeeves and the Hard-Boiled Egg - Saturday Evening Post (US), March 3, 1917

Jeeves and the Hard-Boiled Egg - The Strand (UK), August 1917

Jeeves and the Chump Cyril - Saturday Evening Post (US), June 8, 1918

Jeeves and the Chump Cyril - The Strand (UK), August 1918

Jeeves in the Spring-Time - The Strand (UK), December 1921

Jeeves in the Springtime - Cosmopolitan (US), December 1921

Scoring off Jeeves - The Strand (UK), February 1922

Bertie Gets Even - Cosmopolitan (US), March 1922

Sir Roderick Comes to Lunch - The Strand (UK), March 1922

Jeeves the Blighter - Cosmopolitan (US), April 1922

Aunt Agatha Takes the Count - The Strand (UK), April 1922

Aunt Agatha Makes a Bloomer - Cosmopolitan (US), October 1922

Comrade Bingo - The Strand (UK), May 1922

Comrade Bingo - Cosmopolitan (US), May 1922

The Great Sermon Handicap - The Strand (UK), June 1922

The Great Sermon Handicap - Cosmopolitan (US), June 1922

The Purity of the Turf - The Strand (UK), July 1922

The Purity of the Turf - Cosmopolitan (US), July 1922

Bertie Changes His Mind - The Strand (UK), August 1922

Bertie Changes His Mind - Cosmopolitan (US), August 1922

The Metropolitan Touch - The Strand (UK), September 1922

The Metropolitan Touch - Cosmopolitan (US), September 1922

The Delayed Exit of Claude and Eustace - The Strand (UK), October 1922

The Delayed Exit of Claude and Eustace - Cosmopolitan (US), November 1922

Bingo and the Little Woman - The Strand (UK), November 1922

Bingo and the Little Woman - Cosmopolitan (US), December 1922

Stories which appeared in 1923 or later are still under USA copyright and thus cannot be included here. See Neil Midkiff's web list of the Jeeves and Bertie stories and novels for a complete chronological list.