GMcodes for Wodehouse items

 

These codes are an expansion of the codes created by Dan Garrison for Who’s Who in Wodehouse as extended by Neil Midkiff for the forthcoming third edition of that work and for this site. A full explanation and a more complete listing will be added to this page; this is an introduction to the scheme and a placeholder for a fuller listing. To search for items on Madame Eulalie alphabetically by title, see the Title Menu.

Briefly, novels and other full-length works get codes of the form AS22 (Adventures of Sally, 1922), short stories and narrative verse have the digits for the year first such as 11AT (1911, “Absent Treatment”); a new category of codes for nonfiction items such as essays, humor columns, and non-narrative verse has a hyphen after the year code and three characters for the item name, such as 00-CMA. Collections of short stories get boldfaced abbreviations, as shown at the bottom of this page, along with a key to italicized abbreviations for magazine titles. For more bibliographic data on collections of short stories, see the bottom of Neil’s page of the Wodehouse short stories.

Where necessary to distinguish between periodical appearances, a lower-case subscript a, b, or c denotes the American, British, or Canadian publication in magazines or newspapers; for hardcover appearances, capital subscripts A and B indicate American and British book editions. Of course, when referring to all editions of a work, the generic code without the subscript is used as before. Some novels (e.g. PP67, The Purloined Paperweight/Company for Henry) are shown here at present with only the generic code, since the two editions are so similar that there was no need to distinguish them within the Who’s Who in Wodehouse text; the later portions of this interim list were derived from that work-in-progress.

A comma followed by a number indicates a chapter number (,P is used for a preface; ,I for an introduction ,F for a foreword); where a chapter has subdivisions a period separates chapter and section number (standardized to Arabic numerals: e.g. chapter VIII, section iii of a book would be coded 8.3); Roman numerals are used in codes only when a novel has major divisions such as Part One or Book Two. A slash followed by a number is used to indicate an individual episode of a serialization or multi-part appearance in periodicals.

Some items appearing in series (e.g. recurring columns like “Under the Flail” or “Our Man in America”) have more complicated codes with year numbers first, initials of the series name, then months or months/days of the publication date. Items with a six-digit yymmdd date first are letters written by PGW; more details of that scheme will be provided later here.

Links in green for items through 1923 will take you to the item on Madame Eulalie. Listings in black give the codes for many later items; for bibliographic details, see Neil Midkiff’s story and novel web pages.

 

Short items, sorted by year of publication and code initial letters

 

99-NFGOn the New Football Ground (verse) – February 1899 (The Alleynian, UK)

99-PHSOn Purely Hypothetical Subjects (verse) – June 1899 (The Alleynian, UK)

00-CMACricket at Malvern – September 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

00-CTOConcerning Tonbridge – November 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

00-FDUFootball at Dulwich – October 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

00-MACMalvern College – November 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

00-MMOaMen Who Missed Their Own Weddings – January 19, 1901 (The Age, Melbourne, Australia)

00-MMObMen Who Have Missed Their Own Weddings (article) – November 24, 1900 (Tit-Bits, UK)

00-PSCPublic School Cricket in 1900 – October 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

00-SAGSome Aspects of Game-Captaincy (prize-winning essay) – February 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

00-UF12Under the Flail – December 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

00WOWork – December 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

00-WWWWinger and His Wicked Works, The – December 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01AFL’Affaire Uncle John (story) – August 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-AMPAmateur Photograph, The (verse) – March 2, 1901 (Fun Magazine, UK)

01AUAuthor! (story) – October 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-CDUCricket at Dulwich – September 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-CREConcerning Relations – March 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-EDSEditor’s Song, The (verse) – June 12, 1901 (Fun Magazine, UK)

01-FDTFamily Doctor Tells this Story, A – March 30, 1901 (The Weekly Telegraph, UK)

01-FDTStrange Requests Made of Doctors (alternate title) – March 30, 1901 (The Weekly Telegraph, UK)

01-FMDFootball, My Dear Sir, Why— – October 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-HBTHow Boxers Train – December 1901 (Sandow’s Magazine, UK)

01-IMFImprobabilities of Fiction, The – November 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-LRELost Repartee, The (verse) – January 5, 1901 (Fun Magazine, UK)

01-MCAMorning Carol (verse) – April 6, 1901 (Fun Magazine, UK)

01-NOTNotes – February 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-NTCNow, Talking About Cricket – July 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-PCDPhysical Culture at Dulwich – March 1901 (Sandow’s Magazine, UK)

01PPPrize Poem, The (story) – July 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-PPUPauline Pugilism – June 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-SCASchools at Aldershot, The – June 1901 (Sandow’s Magazine, UK)

01-SCRSeason’s Cricket, The – September 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01SDStrange Disappearance of Mr. Buxton-Smythe, The (story) – December 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-SFOSchool Football – May 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-SSTSchool Stories – August 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-TBQTom Brown Question, The – December 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-UF01Under the Flail – January 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-UF02Under the Flail – February 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-UF03Under the Flail – March 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-UF04Under the Flail – April 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-UF05Under the Flail – May 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-UF06Under the Flail – June 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-UF07Under the Flail – July 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-UF08Under the Flail – August 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-UF09Under the Flail – September 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-UF10Under the Flail – October 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-UF11Under the Flail – November 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01-UF12Under the Flail – December 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

01WPWhen Papa Swore in Hindustani – August 24, 1901 (Answers, UK)

01-WWHWays We Have, The: No. 3: Dulwich – January 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

02-ACFActon’s Feud (book review) – January 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

02AFFable, A (story) – October 8, 1902 (Punch, UK)

02-AUTAutumn (verse) – September 10, 1902 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

02BDBabe and the Dragon, The – February 1902 (The Captain, UK)

02-BETBooks on Etiquette – November 3, 1902 (The Globe, UK)

02BLBradshaw’s Little Story – July 1902 (The Captain, UK)

02-BUBBusiness Begins – October 25, 1902 (The Onlooker, UK)

02-CUPCult of the Patch, The – November 17, 1902 (The Globe, UK)

02CYCynic, The (verse) – December 5, 1902 (Scraps, UK)

02-DRTDrama of To-morrow, A – December 13, 1902 (London Echo, UK)

02-EDBEarly Days of International Boxing – July 1902 (Sandow’s Magazine, UK)

02-EXPExplanation, The – October 2, 1902 (London Echo, UK)

02FTFinal Test, The (story) – October 15, 1902 (Punch, UK)

02-GLSGourmet’s Love Song, The (verse) – December 24, 1902 (Punch, UK)

02HPHow Payne Bucked Up – October 1902 (The Captain, UK)

02-LOELotus Eaters, The (verse) – December 17, 1902 (Punch, UK)

02-LSNLondon Street Names – September 19, 1902 (The Globe, UK)

02-MHRMr. Halkett’s Romance – January 25, 1902 (The Free Lance, UK)

02-MMOMotor Movements – October 11, 1902 (The Onlooker, UK)

02-MUOMuddied Oafs – March 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

02NPNew Profession, A – December 30, 1902 (London Echo, UK)

02-NPENational Peril, A (verse) – October 13, 1902 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

02-NYPNyppers and Foysters – December 15, 1902 (The Globe, UK)

02-OCGObsolete Card Games – November 5, 1902 (The Globe, UK)

02-OPTOptimist, An (verse) – December 1, 1902 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

02OTOdd Trick, The – August 1902 (The Captain, UK)

02-PUFPugilist in Fiction, The – March 1902 (Sandow’s Magazine, UK)

02-PUNPunch and Punchbowls – October 23, 1902 (The Globe, UK)

02-RHORural Hooligans – October 2, 1902 (St. James’s Gazette, UK)

02-SDMSingle-Day Marriages – March 8, 1902 (Tit-Bits, UK)

02-SFFSome Football Facts – March 1902 (Sandow’s Magazine, UK)

02SIAdventure of the Split Infinitive, The (story) – March 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

02-SPCSpur Customs – November 21, 1902 (The Globe, UK)

02-SPRSpare the Rod (verse) – September 8, 1902 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

02SRSome Reasons and a Sequel (story) – August 8, 1902 (St. James’s Gazette, UK)

02-STSStage and Stalls (column of theatrical reviews) – November 1, 1902 (The Onlooker, UK)

02-TCRTreating of Cribs – January 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

02-TFW’Tis Folly to Be Wise (verse) – October 29, 1902 (Punch, UK)

02-TPPTo a Policeman Poet (verse) – November 24, 1902 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

02TTTabby Terror, The (story) – February 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

02-TWITo William (whom we have missed) (verse) – December 31, 1902 (Punch, UK)

02UCUnfinished Collection, An (story) – September 17, 1902 (Punch, UK)

02-UF01Under the Flail – January 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

02-UF02Under the Flail – February 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

02-UF03Under the Flail – March 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

02-UMRUnder M.V.C. Rules – October 8, 1902 (Punch, UK)

02-WIFWisdom of Folly, The (theatrical review) – October 18, 1902 (The Onlooker, UK)

02WMWelch’s Mile Record – November 1902 (The Captain, UK)

02-WRHWrestling at the Halls – April 1902 (Sandow’s Magazine, UK)

02-WRPWith Reference to the Picture – November 5, 1902 (London Echo, UK)

03-ACRActive Remedies (verse) – April 2, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03AJActor James (verse) – July 29, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-AMFBravest Deed I Ever Saw, The: An American Fireman – May 14, 1903 (V.C. Magazine, UK)

03-ANTAntidote, The (verse) – March 18, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03AOAfter the Otter (story) – June 24, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-APPAppetiser, An (verse) – 4 June 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

03AVAvenged! (verse and story) – February 11, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03BBBaffled Banshee, The [Mr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: V.] (story) – September 16, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03BBMr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: V. The Baffled Banshee (story) – September 16, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-BLSBarber’s Love Song, The (verse) – June 23, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-BNSBack to His Native Strand (verse) – May 27, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03BSOur Boys—III. (story fragment in “book review”) – October 28, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03BYOur Boys—II. (story) – October 21, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-CAUCaution (verse) – March 11, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03CBCrime by Proxy – September 19, 1903 (The Onlooker, UK)

03CDMy Cricket Drama (playlet) – September 2, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03CECrime and the Eyesight (story) – February 25, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03COConsequences (story) – August 19, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-CONConsolation (verse) – January 22, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03CPCupid and the Paint-Brush – April 1903 (Windsor Magazine, UK)

03-CRWCricketer in Winter, The (verse) – September 30, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03DBDastardly Behaviour of Bashmead, The (story) – November 19, 1903 (Vanity Fair, UK)

03-DESDe Senectute (paragraph) – February 25, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03DJ/1Dudley Jones, Bore-Hunter: I (story) – April 29, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03DJ/2Dudley Jones, Bore-Hunter: II (story) – May 6, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03DPDamon and Pythias (verse) – April 22, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-DTSDefeat: The Tale of Somaliland – April 1903 (V.C. Magazine, UK)

03-EMSEmperor’s Song, The (verse) – October 2, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-EXTExhibition Tragedy, An (verse) – May 13, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03FAFame (verse) – March 26, 1903 (Vanity Fair, UK)

03-FATFuture Atkins, The (verse) – October 21, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-FFRFootball in France – March 20, 1903 (St. James’s Gazette, UK)

03FMFood for the Mind (story) – January 14, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-FONFor One Night Only (verse) – June 10, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-FPAFiscal Pantomime, A (with B. Fletcher Robinson) – December 28, 1903 (Daily Express, UK)

03-FSDForthcoming Society Drama, A – April 22, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03GCGhostly Cause Célèbre, A [Mr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: III.] (story) – August 26, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03GCMr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: III. A Ghostly Cause Célèbre (story) – August 26, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03GPGhost’s Point of View, The [Mr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: I.] (story) – August 5, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03GPMr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: I. The Ghost’s Point of View (story) – August 5, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-GRIGrit: A Talk with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – July 2, 1903 (V.C. Magazine, UK)

03GSGhost with Social Tastes, The [Mr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: II.] (story) – August 12, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03GSMr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: II. The Ghost with Social Tastes (story) – August 12, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-HCHHard Choice, A (verse) – June 10, 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

03-HLOHesitating Lover, The (verse) (Xmas Xtra) – November 1903 (Pearson’s, UK)

03-HMAHappy Marriage, The (verse) – December 9, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03HPHow Pillingshot Scored – May 1903 (The Captain, UK)

03HSHarrison’s Slight Error – January 1903 (The Captain, UK)

03-HSUHis Subject (verse) [sometimes cited as His Pet Subject] – March 23, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-HTRHaunted Tram, The (verse) – June 17, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-IAIIn the Air (verse) – 26 March 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

03-IARInfant in Arms, The (verse) – September 9, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03IKIdle King, The – May 1903 (Sunday Magazine, UK)

03-ISYInfallible System, An (verse) – February 27, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-JAMJam – October 21, 1903 (The Globe, UK)

03JSJoke and a Sequel, A [Mr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: VII.] (story) – October 7, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03JSMr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: VII. A Joke and a Sequel (story) – October 7, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-LBDLa Belle Dame Sans Merci (verse) – August 19, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-LCULatest Cure, The (verse) – October 8, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-LFWLong-felt Want, A (paragraph) – March 4, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03LILast Instance, The (story) April 1, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-LLELost Leader, The (verse) – March 4, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-MBAModern Babe, The (verse) – October 3, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03MC/1Manœuvres of Charteris, The - I – August 1903 (The Captain, UK)

03MC/2Manœuvres of Charteris, The - II – September 1903 (The Captain, UK)

03MFModern Fairy Story, A (story) – June 25, 1903 (Vanity Fair, UK)

03-MICMy Ideal Christmas (paragraph) – December 1903 (The Captain, UK)

03-MIMModern Improvements (verse) – September 23, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-MLNMy Lady of the Nicotine (verse) – September 30, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-MPMM. P. Militant, The (paragraph) – April 29, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-MXHMixed Hockey (verse) – December 2, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-NABNecessary Abstinence (verse) – January 31, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-NATNew Atkins, The (verse) – March 26, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-NINNext Invasion, The – June 17, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03NSNew System, The (story) – January 28, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-NTONew Tonic, The (verse) – February 7, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03OBOur Boys (narrative) – September 16, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03OFMr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: IV. An Official Muddle (story) – September 2, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03OFOfficial Muddle, An [Mr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: IV.] (story) – September 2, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03OMOur Magistrates (story) – June 10, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-PAHPariah, The (verse) – March 31, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-PARParadise (verse) – February 9, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-PASPastoral, A (verse) – April 8, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03PCPorter and the Cigar, The (story) – April 23, 1903 (Vanity Fair, UK)

03-PCLPrivileged Class, The (verse) – April 11, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-PEAPeace (verse) – October 15, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-PECPegasus Complains (verse) – April 22, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-PEGPerils of the Egg, The (verse) – 22 June 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

03-PERPerfection (verse) – 21 February 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

03-PESPessimist, The (verse) – February 16, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-PEZPlea for Extending the Zoo, A – November 18, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03PFPeculiar Case of Flatherwick, The (story) – March 19, 1903 (Vanity Fair, UK)

03-PGUParting Guest, The (paragraph, newly discovered) – April 15, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03PPPerplexed Poet, The (verse) (Xmas Xtra) – November 1903 (Pearson’s, UK)

03-PROProdigal, The (verse) – June 15, 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

03-PUFPugilist in Fiction, The – April 1903 (Sandow Magazine, US)

03-REFReformed (verse) – 11 March 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

03RHMr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: VIII. The Reformed Humourist (story) – November 18, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03RHReformed Humourist, The [Mr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: VIII.] (story) – November 18, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-ROCRomance of Crime, The (verse) – 19 March 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

03RPMr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: X. The Return of the Prodigal (story) – December 30, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03RPReturn of the Prodigal, The [Mr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: X.] (story) – December 30, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03RSReformed Set, The (story) – December 30, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-RSORhyme of the Sitter-Out, The (verse) – April 1903 (Royal Magazine, UK)

03-RWARise of the Watch, The – March 21, 1903 (The Globe, UK)

03SAA Shocking Affair – Tales of St. Austin’s (1903)

03-SCCSerious Charge against a Child (paragraph, newly discovered) – April 1, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-SCUSound Cure, A (verse) – March 28, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-SDAScreech Day – December 18, 1903 (Daily Express, UK)

03-SDRShattered Dreams (verse) – July 29, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03SJMr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: IX. A Spectral Job (story) – November 25, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03SJSpectral Job, A [Mr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: IX.] (story) – November 25, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-SLMSociety’s Latest Movements (verse) – January 19, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03SPServant Problem, The (story and verse) – June 3, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-SSPSong-Spotter, The (verse) – July 8, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-STRSolitary Triumph, A (verse) – January 12, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-TBBBravest Deed I Ever Saw, The: Two Stories of Billy Ballantyne – May 21, 1903 (V.C. Magazine, UK)

03TCCollector, The (story) – Punch’s Almanack for 1903 (published December 1902) (Punch, UK)

03-TCOTo a Constable (verse) – March 14, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03TEMr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: VI. A Technical Error (story) – September 23, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03TETechnical Error, A [Mr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: VI.](story) – September 23, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-TOBMan in the Study, The: A Talk With Mr. Oscar Browning – Aug 6, 1903 (V.C. Magazine, UK)

03TPProdigal, The (story) – September 23, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-TPmmddParrot, The (verses) – September 30–December 21, 1903 (Daily Express, UK)

03-TPWThree paragraphs by Wodehouse (and four by others) – March 11, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-UEXUseless Example, A (verse) – March 2, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03-VALVale! (verse) – January 21, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-WOEWar Office Enquiry, A (verse) – April 15, 1903 (Punch, UK)

03-WOSWord in Season, A (verse) – June 18, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

03WTWorm that Turned, The – January 1, 1903 (Scraps, UK)

04ADAfternoon Dip, An (school story) – September 1904 (Pearson’s, UK)

04-ALFAll the Fun (verse) – November 3, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-ANOAcademy Notes – June 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

04-ARCArt of Conversation, The (verse) – January 21, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-BADBarred Dance, The (verse) – March 22, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-BAFBald Facts – July 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

04-BASBachelor’s Song, The (verse) – February 20, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-BASBaseball (article) – August 25, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04BBBlenkinsop’s Benefit – August 1904 (The Captain, UK)

04-BBHBalm for the Broken-hearted – February 24, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04-BENBenefactor, The (verse) – December 22, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04BRBaronet’s Redemption, The (story) – October 6, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04BSBallad of Success, The (verse) – September 8, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-CRICriminal, The (verse) – February 4, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-CRWCricketer in Winter, The (article) – November 26, 1904 (Land and Water Illustrated, UK)

04-CSTCongo State, The – February 15, 1904 (The Globe, UK)

04-DBPDanger of Being in the Public Eye, The – July 27, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04-DETDe Tea (verse) – February 15, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-DGHDeserted Ghosts – August 22, 1904 (The Daily Mail, UK)

04DO/1My Draper’s Opera [Revival of Native Grand Opera: II.] (libretto) – September 7, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04DO/1Revival of Native Grand Opera: II. My Draper’s Opera (libretto) – September 7, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04DO/2Revival of Native Grand Opera: My Draper’s Opera: Act Two (libretto) – September 14, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04-EOSAt the Play: The Edge of the Storm – June 11, 1904 (London Opinion, UK)

04-EPPEvery Prodigy His Own Publisher – October 19, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04-EXPExposed (verse) – July 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

04-FLAFlannel (verse) – June 6, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-FMT623From My Tub (column) – June 23, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-FMT630From My Tub (column) – June 30, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-FOC“From Our Own Correspondent” (article) – July 28, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-FPBFiscal Problems for Breakfast – February 6, 1904 (Daily Express, UK)

04-GADGood Advice (verse) – August 4, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-HJJHow to be a Journalist Though Jugged (article) – December 8, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-HLNHow to Live on Nothing a Day – October 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

04HTHomœopathic Treatment – August 1904 (Royal Magazine, UK)

04-HTIHard Times (verse) – March 12, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-IS0707In the Stocks (column) – July 7, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS0714In the Stocks (column) – July 14, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS0721In the Stocks (column) – July 21, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS0728In the Stocks (column) – July 28, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS0804In the Stocks (column) – August 4, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS0811In the Stocks (column) – August 11, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS0818In the Stocks (column) – August 18, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS0825In the Stocks (column) – August 25, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS0901In the Stocks (column) – September 1, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS0908In the Stocks (column) – September 8, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS0915In the Stocks (column) – September 15, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS0922In the Stocks (column) – September 22, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS0929In the Stocks (column) – September 29, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS1013In the Stocks (column) – October 13, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS1020In the Stocks (column) – October 20, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS1027In the Stocks (column) – October 27, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS1103In the Stocks (column) – November 3, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS1110In the Stocks (column) – November 10, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-IS1117In the Stocks (column) – November 17, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04JEJackson’s Extra – June 1904 (Royal Magazine, UK)

04-LBHLines by a Host (verse) – August 8, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-LLILiterary Life, The (verse) – October 6, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-LOCLocal Colour – November 2, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04-LPLLife of Pleasure, The (verse) – November 10, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-MARMainly About Ralph (verse) – October 14, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04MBAdventure of the Missing Bee, The (story) – December 1, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04MIMan’s Inhumanity to Boy (narrative) – April 13, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04MOMy Medical Opera [Revival of Native Grand Opera: I.] (libretto) – August 31, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04MORevival of Native Grand Opera: I. My Medical Opera (libretto) – August 31, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04-MPBMore Problems for Breakfast – April 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

04-MVIMy Views (verse) – July 18, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-NCRNext Crisis (article) , The – August 4, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-NINNew Industry, A (verse) – October 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

04-NYCNew York Crowds (article) – November 24, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-OCPOur Christmas Pantomime (with Bertram Fletcher Robinson) (satire on dramatists, in the form of a play) – December 8, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-OPLOpen Letter, An (verse) – March 25, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-OSSOur School Sports – June 23, 1904 (The Daily Mail, UK)

04-PBRProblems for Breakfast – February 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

04-PDEPainless Dentistry (verse) – February 11, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04PFProverbial Fables (story) – July 20, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04-PFEPrima-Facie Evidence (verse) – December 15, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-PFHProtest from Hoxton, A (verse) – in From My Tub (column), June 30, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-PLDPlain Dealing (verse) – March 18, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04PPPitiable Position of a President, The (story) – September 1, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-PPIPolite Pilferer, The – September 28, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04-PPUPoems for the Pushful (verse) – January 27, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-PTCPublicity! A Tale of Two Cities (article) – July 7, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04RSReformation of Study Sixteen, The – November 1904 (Royal Magazine, UK)

04-SBLStout Blue Line, The (verse) – June 23, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-SBRAt the Play: Sergeant Brue – June 25, 1904 (London Opinion, UK)

04-SILShattered Illusion, A (verse) – September 7, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04-SS2Songs on the Situation (verse) – February 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

04-SS3Songs on the Situation (verse) – March 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

04-SS4Songs on the Situation (verse) – April 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

04-SWSSociety Whispers from the States – August 24, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04-TAMTo an Amazon (verse) – August 17, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04-TBLThin Blue Line, The (verse) – April 8, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-TCATommy’s Cap (verse) – December 29, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04TEMr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: XI. The Thin End of the Wedge (story) – January 20, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04TEThin End of the Wedge, The [Mr. Punch’s Spectral Analyses: XI.] (story) – January 20, 1904 (Punch, UK)

04-TFPTraining for the Play – November 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

04-TINTheatrical Invaders (article; review of The Prince of Pilsen) – May 14, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-TLLTabloid Love Letters – (verse) March 7, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-TMNTell Me No More (verse) – November 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

04TSTiger’s Skin, The (story) – November 17, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-TTHTo Thomas (who is half-way through a bath bun) (verse) – August 11, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

04-VALVale! (verse) – October 20, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-WARWarning, A (verse) – April 2, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

04-WWRWhat’s Wrong? – March 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05ABAffair of Boats, An (Tales of Wrykyn No. 4) – July 1905 (The Captain, UK)

05-ABAAt Barkston (verse) – October 19, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05AHaMr. Watson’s Autograph – November 1922 (Metropolitan, US)

05AHbAutograph Hunter, The (school story) – February 1905 (Pearson’s, UK)

05-AIMAs It Might Have Been (dramatic narrative) – February 9, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05-ANOAcademy Notes – June 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05-APPAppeal, An (verse) – May 4, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05BABallad of the Beard, The (verse) – November 1905 (Royal Magazine, UK)

05-BAUBallade of August, The (verse) – August 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05BBHow Kid Brady Broke Training – November 1905 (Pearson’s, US)

05BIBetween the Innings – July 1905 (Novel Magazine, UK)

05-BINBallad of the Interviewer, The (verse) – March 23, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05BLKid Brady—Light-Weight: How He Made His Début – September 1905 (Pearson’s, US)

05-BRTBridge Tragedy, A (verse) – July 1905 (Pearson’s, UK)

05-BSSBallad of Show Sunday, The (verse) – April 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05-BTLBack to the Land (sketch) – August 1905 (Pearson’s, UK)

05-BUBBusiness Begins (verse) – September 28, 1905 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

05-CACCacoëthes Scribendi (verse) – January 12, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05-CANCandour in Advertisements – October 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05CLCorner in Lines, A (school story) – January 1905 (Pearson’s, UK)

05-CRECrease, The – January 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05-CZCCzar’s Complaint, The (verse) – February 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05DEDeserter, The (story) – August 1905 (Royal Magazine, UK)

05-DEFDefence, A – January 21, 1905 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

05-DESDeserter, The (verse) – February 18, 1905 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

05-DOYDoyen, The (verse) – January 2, 1905 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

05-FISForce of Impulse in Sport, The – June 21, 1905 (Punch, UK)

05FPFirst Paying Guest, The (story) – June 14, 1905 (Punch, UK)

05-GUCGlorious Uncertainty of Cricket (Criticism), The (article) – June 8, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05-HFLHint for Londoners, A – August 8, 1905 (The Globe, UK)

05-HHOHolidays at Home – August 8, 1905 (The Globe, UK)

05-HMDHoliday-Maker’s Dictionary, The – September 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05HPHero and His Price, The (story) – July 19, 1905 (Punch, UK)

05IAInternational Affair, An (Tales of Wrykyn No. 6) – September 1905 (The Captain, UK)

05LBLost Bowlers, The (a James Innes story) – September 1905 (The Strand, UK)

05LPLast Place, The (Tales of Wrykyn No. 5) – August 1905 (The Captain, UK)

05-MAMMainly About Mush (verse) – January 26, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05-MKSMilk of Kindness Supply, The – July 12, 1905 (Punch, UK)

05-MMOMuse and the Motor, The (verse) – March 2, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05-MTRMaiden’s Tragedy, The (verse) – April 13, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05-NEONew Order, The (verse) – April 13, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05NLNew Line, A (story) – November 1905 (Pearson’s, UK)

05-NORNew Order, The (verse) – January 9, 1905 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

05-NYENot Yet! (verse) – June 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05-NYRNew-Year Resolutions – January 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05-OACOur Advertisement Columns – August 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05-OCSOur Cricketing Sybarites – May 31, 1905 (Punch, UK)

05-ORAOur Ruthless Authors – March 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05-OSLOur School Leagues – May 13, 1905 (The Daily Mail, UK)

05PIPipe, The (story) – September 1905 (Pearson’s, UK)

05-POWPolicewoman, The (verse) – March 30, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05PPPoliteness of Princes, The (Tales of Wrykyn No. 2) – May 1905 (The Captain, UK)

05-PPFPassive Prowlers’ F.C., The (verse) – April 27, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05-PRSPremier Speaks, The (verse) – March 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05-PSFPublic-School Food – February 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05-PUFPugilist in Fiction, The – August 14, 1905 (The Globe, UK)

05-RBARhyme of the Bassinette, The (verse) – January 19, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05RIRivals, The (verse) – August 1905 (Novel Magazine, UK)

05RMReform of Murphy’s Rents, The (verse) – October 1905 (Pearson’s, UK)

05-ROSRoad to Success, The (verse) – January 5, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05RRRuthless Reginald (Tales of Wrykyn No. 1) – April 1905 (The Captain, UK)

05-RRERevised Reputations – July 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05SCShields’ and the Cricket Cup (Tales of Wrykyn No. 3) – June 1905 (The Captain, UK)

05-SHLSherlock Holmes’s Lament (verse) – October 3, 1905 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

05-SOMSongs of the Moment (verse) – October 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05-SSTSchool Stories – August 11, 1905 (The Globe, UK)

05-STRStage Reform (verse) – February 9, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05TDTom, Dick—and Harry – June 1905 (Grand Magazine, UK)

05-TEPTwo Epigrams (verse) – October 26, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05-TMHToo Much Hamlet (verse) – May 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05TSHalf-Hours with a Ghost: I.—The Two Sceptics (story) – January 26, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05TSTwo Sceptics, The [Half-Hours with a Ghost: I.] (story) – January 26, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05-TTETommy’s Teeth (verse) – March 16, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

05-WITWhat I Think – May 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

05-WLOWalker, London – February 1, 1905 (The Globe, UK)

05WPWire-Pullers, The (a Joan Romney story) – July 1905 (The Strand, UK)

05-WTAWinter’s Tale, A (with Bertram Fletcher Robinson) (satire on politics, in the form of a play) – December 14, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06ABBenefit Match, A (a James Innes story) – August 1906 (Windsor Magazine, UK)

06-ADLAt Drury Lane (verse) – October 3, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06AIAmong the Immortals – October 30, 1906 (The World, UK)

06-ALOAll Over (verse) – February 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06-AVAAt the Vaudeville (verse) – October 3, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06BAHow Kid Brady Assisted a Damsel in Distress – March 1906 (Pearson’s, US)

06-BDRThe British Drama (Peeps into Futurity) – May 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06-BDRPeeps into Futurity: The British Drama – May 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06BFHow Kid Brady Fought for His Eyes – July 1906 (Pearson’s, US)

06-BHABook-Hawkers, The – December 12, 1906 (Punch, UK)

06BJHow Kid Brady Joined the Press – May 1906 (Pearson’s, US)

06BPBest Policy, The (story) – January 1906 (Pearson’s, UK)

06BWHow Kid Brady Won the Championship – January 1906 (Pearson’s, US)

06-CGBCooks and the Gaiety Broth, The – October 17, 1906 (Punch, UK)

06-CRHCritic on the Hearth, The – June 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06-DRGDrama at a Glance, The (verse) – April 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06DSDivision of Spoil, A – September 1906 (The Captain, UK)

06-ELEElection Episode, An (verse; possibly not by Wodehouse) – February 1, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06-ELSElection Songs (verse) – January 11, 1906 (Daily Express, UK)

06-FDEFor the Defence (verse) – September 19, 1906 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

06-FFAFrozen Face, The (verse) – December 4, 1906 (The World, UK)

06-FLTFlowing Tide, The – October 2, 1906 (The World, UK)

06FMFifteenth Man, The – December 1906 (Windsor Magazine, UK)

06-FPPFrom Pole to Poll (verse) – January 18, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06-FSGFamily Scapegrace, The (verse) – April 19, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06-FSSFor the Smart Set Only – September 26, 1906 (Punch, UK)

06-GEMGreen-Eyed Monster, The – October 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06IAIntrepid Aeronauts, The – October 9, 1906 (The World, UK)

06-IMMImmortal, The (verse) – May 24, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06-IODIt Is Our Opening Day (verse) – February 15, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06-JDUUntitled (Judge Deuel) (verse) – February 8, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06-LACL’Affaire Clarke (verse) – March 22, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06LDCLittle Dinner at Chicago, A (verse) – June 7, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06-LPSLaunching a Popular Song – October 25, 1906 (Pearson’s Weekly, UK)

06-MARMartyrs, The – October 27, 1906 (The Evening News, UK)

06-MFMMems. for Members – March 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06-MFOMy Forte (verse) – November 1906 (Pearson’s, UK)

06-MILMillennium, The (verse) – October 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06-MMOMen of the Moment (verse) – June 21, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06NANew Advertising, The (sketch) – March 1906 (Pearson’s, UK)

06NDNovelist’s Day, A (narrative) – May 30, 1906 (Punch, UK)

06-NRENew Revolution, The – April 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06-NRWThe New Rules of War (Peeps into Futurity) – August 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06-NRWPeeps into Futurity: The New Rules of War – August 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06-NYRNew-Year Resolutions – January 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06OBOur Boys Again (story) – March 28, 1906 (Punch, UK)

06OCOld Cricketer’s Story, The (verse) – September 1906 (Pearson’s, UK)

06-OLNOlympia Nightmare, An (verse) – November 27, 1906 (The World, UK)

06-OLWOn Lyric Writing – May 2, 1906 (Evening Standard, UK)

06-OMCOur Military Critic Speaks (verse) – October 17, 1906 (Punch, UK)

06-PARParadox, A (verse) – January 25, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06-PCLProclamation, The (verse) – May 10, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06PGPlaying the Game (school story) – May 1906 (Pearson’s, UK)

06-PHAPhalanx, The (verse) – January 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06-PHIPhilanthropists, The – November 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06PIPetticoat Influence (a Joan Romney story) – February 1906 (The Strand, UK)

06-PPOParis Policeman, The (verse) – May 17, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06-PRPPersonal Remarks About the Prominent – February 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06-PRSPremier to the Suffragettes, The (verse) – June 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06-RASRoyal Academy Study, A (verse) – May 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06-RESResting – September 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06-SAISailor, The (verse) – April 1906 (Novel Magazine, UK)

06SKSoap King’s Daughter, The (drama and verse) – November 7, 1906 (Punch, UK)

06SPSigns and Portents (a James Innes cricket story) – May 19, 1906 (Stage and Sport, UK)

06-STAStage Actualities – October 3, 1906 (Punch, UK)

06-SURSublime to the Ridiculous, The (verse) – May 17, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06-TBB[To Buffalo Bill] (untitled verse in Theatrical Things column) – April 16, 1903 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06-TGWTo a German Waiter (verse) – August 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06-THRThought Reader, The (verse) – December 25, 1906 (The World, UK)

06-TIPTip, The – September 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06TPPro., The (a cricket story) – August 1907 (Novel Magazine, UK)

06TPPro, The (a cricket story) – August 1906 (Pearson’s, UK)

06-TRWThoughts on a Recent Wooing (verse) – March 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06TSSportsmen, The – December 11, 1906 (The World, UK)

06-UBIUbique (verse) – November 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

06-ULIUntitled Limerick (verse) – June 21, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

06-UMPUmpire, The (verse) – July 1906 (Pearson’s, UK)

06-VFIVery First, The (verse) – September 1906 (Pearson’s, UK)

06WSWhy Smith Left Home (story) – February 1906 (Pearson’s, UK)

07-AADAll about the Aerial Derby (verse) – June 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-ABCAbolition of the Censor, The (verse) – November 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-ACTAudience at the Court Theatre, The (verse) – February 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-ACTLondon Studies No. 1: The Audience at the Court Theatre (verse) – February 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07ALAmericanisation of London, The (playlet) – June 12, 1907 (Punch, UK)

07BBBarrack-room Ballads (story) – April 3, 1907 (Punch, UK)

07BCBlessings of Civilization, The – February 26, 1907 (The World, UK)

07BTHow Kid Brady Took a Sea Voyage – March 1907 (Pearson’s, US)

07-CDBCricket: Dulwich vs. Brighton College – July 1907 (The Alleynian, UK)

07CMChatty Methods on the Bench (story) – March 20, 1907 (Punch, UK)

07-CPRColonial Premiers, The (verse) – May 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-CUCCuriosities of Cricket – June 25, 1907 (Punch, UK)

07-DDDDiabolo Day by Day – October 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-DIADiabolo – October 1, 1907 (Daily Express, UK)

07-EMAEminent Artistes – February 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-FARFarewell to 1906 (verse) – January 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07FLFor Love or Honour (a newly-discovered serial story from “By The Way” in July 1907) (The Globe, UK)

07-HARHow the Attack Was Received (verse) – July 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-HRCHustler’s Rest Cure, The – March 5, 1907 (The World, UK)

07-ISPIt was the Stout Progressive on the Tram (verse) – February 8, 1907 (Daily Express, UK)

07JOJoe (verse) – May 1907 (Pearson’s, UK)

07-LLILimelight Limericks (verse) – October 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-LSNLondon Street Noises – July 17, 1907 (Punch, UK)

07-MBTLondon Studies No. 2: Mr. Beerbohm Tree (verse) – March 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-MBTMr. Beerbohm Tree (verse) – March 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-MMRMore Mind-Readers – January 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-MSMMan and ‘Super-man’ – March 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-NYRNew Year Resolutions – January 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-OFBOn Fast Bowling (cricket article, signed N. A. Knox, written by Wodehouse) – May 17, 1907 (The Daily Mail, UK)

07-OSYOur Slack Youth (verse) – August 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07PCPersonally Conducted (a Joan Romney Cricket story) – July 1907 (Cassell’s, UK)

07-POEPoem written at age 5 by PGW – April 1907 (The Captain, UK)

07-PRPProgressive’s Progress, The: Some Memories of 1906 (pantomime, with B. Fletcher Robinson) – January 1, 1907 (The World, UK)

07-RPARuling Passion, The (verse) – September 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-SITSing It! (verse) – July 1907 (Pearson’s, UK)

07-SOGSociety Gossip – November 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07SRSocial Reformers, The (story) – January 16, 1907 (Punch, UK)

07-SSCSilly Season Correspondence – September 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-STRSome Tributes – July 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07-SUSSuffragette Songs (verse) – April 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

07TCCollector, The – July 16, 1907 (The World, UK)

07TRTraitor, The (verse) – September 1907 (Pearson’s, UK)

07-TTSTo Thomas, Songster (verse) – March 15, 1907 (Daily Express, UK)

07-UNEUnemployed, The – February 12, 1907 (The World, UK)

08-CACChat about Claimants (verse) – January 1908 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

08-FDBFootball: Dulwich vs. Bedford School – December 1908 (The Alleynian, UK)

08-FDPFootball: Dulwich vs. St. Paul – November 1908 (The Alleynian, UK)

08GUGuardian, The – September 1908 (Windsor Magazine, UK)

08-JJOJournalistic Jottings – February 1908 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

08KHKind-Hearted Editor, The – December 5, 1908 (The Throne and Country, UK)

08-LAGLiving Among Ghosts – June 24, 1908 (Ideas, UK)

08LGLadies and Gentlemen v. Players (a Joan Romney story) – August 1908 (Windsor Magazine, UK)

08-MAUMaud (verse) – July 1908 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

08-MISMissed! (verse) – August 1908 (Pearson’s, UK)

08-NYRNew Year Resolutions – January 1908 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

08-OLMOur Literary Men (verse) – August 1908 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

08-ULTUltimatum, An (verse) – February 1908 (Pearson’s, UK)

08WW/1Women, Wine and Song! 1. Brooklands by Night (The Globe By The Way Book, UK)

08WW/10Women, Wine and Song! 10. A Way they have in the Army (The Globe By The Way Book, UK)

08WW/11Women, Wine and Song! 11. The Stroke of Fate (The Globe By The Way Book, UK)

08WW/12Women, Wine and Song! 12. The Voice of Marjorie (The Globe By The Way Book, UK)

08WW/2Women, Wine and Song! 2. Those in Peril on the Deep (The Globe By The Way Book, UK)

08WW/3Women, Wine and Song! 3. In the Temple of Mammon (The Globe By The Way Book, UK)

08WW/4Women, Wine and Song! 4. A Villain’s Wooing (The Globe By The Way Book, UK)

08WW/5Women, Wine and Song! 5. Limelight and Love (The Globe By The Way Book, UK)

08WW/6Women, Wine and Song! 6. The Blue Ribbon of the Turf. Derby Day! (The Globe By The Way Book, UK)

08WW/7Women, Wine and Song! 7. The Vault at Midnight (The Globe By The Way Book, UK)

08WW/8Women, Wine and Song! 8. Europe’s Plague Depot (The Globe By The Way Book, UK)

08WW/9Women, Wine and Song! 9. The Rigour of the Game (The Globe By The Way Book, UK)

08-WWOWomen Workers (verse) – February 1908 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

09ACAgainst the Clock (a Joan Romney cricket story) – June 1909 (Pearson’s, UK)

09GCGem Collector, The – December 1909 (Ainslee’s, US)

09OSaOut of School – September 1909 (Ainslee’s, US)

09OSbOut of School – October 1910 (The Strand, UK)

09-PNFLetter from R. Psmith answering question about The New FoldJanuary 1909 (The Captain, UK)

09RRReginald’s Record Knock (a Cricket story) – July 1909 (Pearson’s, UK)

09-WDTWhat Do They All Do? – July 1909 (Van Norden, US)

09-WSYWasted Sympathy (verse) – June 1909 (Pearson’s, UK)

10ABArchibald’s Benefit – March 19, 1910 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

10-ABEaAbe - A Lovingly Drawn Portrait of a New York Literary Agent – September 24, 1910 (New York Tribune, US)

10-ABEbAbe: A New York Literary Agent – September 3, 1910 (The Globe, UK)

10BAaBy Advice of Counsel – September 1910 (Pictorial Review, US)

10BAbBy Advice of Counsel – July 1910 (The Strand, UK)

10DWaDeep Waters – May 28, 1910 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

10DWbDeep Waters – June 1910 (The Strand, UK)

10GAaMatrimonial Sweepstakes, The – February 1910 (Cosmopolitan, US)

10GAbGood Angel, The – February 1910 (The Strand, UK)

10LMaWatch Dog, The – May 1910 (Hampton’s, US)

10LMb“Love Me, Love My Dog.” – August 1910 (The Strand, UK)

10MIaMisunderstood – May 1910 (Burr McIntosh Monthly, US)

10MIbMisunderstood – May 1910 (Nash’s Magazine, UK)

10MMaMan, the Maid, and the Miasma, The – June 1910 (Cosmopolitan, US)

10MMbMan, the Maid, and the Miasma, The – February 1910 (Grand Magazine, UK)

10MUaMan Up-stairs, The – March 1910 (Cosmopolitan, US)

10MUbMan Upstairs, The – March 1910 (The Strand, UK)

10PBProvidence and the Butler – February 27, 1910 (The Washington Herald Literary Magazine, US)

10PDaPillingshot, Detective – August 1923 (American Boy, US)

10PDbPillingshot, Detective – September 1910 (The Captain, UK)

10PPPitcher and the Plutocrat, The – September 24, 1910 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

10RHa“Rough-hew Them How We Will” – August 1910 (Cosmopolitan, US)

10RHb“Rough-Hew Them How We Will.” – April 1910 (The Strand, UK)

10SWa✎ Stone and the Weed – August 1923 (Boys’ Life, US)

10SWbStone and the Weed – May 1910 (The Captain, UK)

10TOOutcast, The (verse) – April 1910 (Pearson’s, UK)

10WDaWhen Doctors Disagree – March 1911 (Success Magazine, US)

10WDbWhen Doctors Disagree – December 1910 (The Strand, UK)

11-ALDAldershot 1911 – July 1911 (The Captain, UK)

11ASaAhead of Schedule – January 28, 1911 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

11ASbAhead of Schedule – November 1910 (Grand Magazine, UK)

11ATaAbsent Treatment (a Reggie Pepper story) – August 26, 1911 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

11ATbAbsent Treatment (a Reggie Pepper story) – March 1911 (The Strand, UK)

11BSaDinner of Herbs, The – February 1913 (Pictorial Review, US)

11BSbBest Sauce, The – July 1911 (The Strand, UK)

11EAEducating Aubrey – May 1911 (London Magazine, UK)

11HFHelping Freddie (a Reggie Pepper story) – September 1911 (The Strand, UK)

11HFaLines and Business (a Reggie Pepper story) – March 1912 (Pictorial Review, US)

11IAIn Alcala – December 1911 (London Magazine, UK)

11-IIWIf I Were King (Wodehouse’s entry in a discussion) – June 1911 (The Captain, UK)

11POaPots o’ Money – February 1912 (Metropolitan, US)

11PObPots o’ Money – December 1911 (The Strand, UK)

11PPPillingshot’s Paper – February 1911 (The Captain, UK)

11-RMCRival of Monte Carlo – May 20, 1911 (Evening Standard, Ogden, Utah, US)

11TDaThree from Dunsterville - August 1912 (Pictorial Review, US)

11TDbThree from Dunsterville – August 1911 (The Strand, UK)

12DOaDisentangling Old Duggie (a Reggie Pepper story) – March 30, 1912 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

12DObDisentangling Old Percy (a Reggie Pepper story) – August 1912 (The Strand, UK)

12GKGoal-Keeper and the Plutocrat, The – January 1912 (The Strand, UK)

12MCMan Who Disliked Cats, The – May 1912 (The Strand, UK)

12-PSBPublic Schools’ Boxing – June 1912 (The Captain, UK)

12REaRuth in Exile – August 1912 (Ainslee’s, US)

12REbRuth in Exile – July 1912 (The Strand, UK)

12RRRallying Round Old George (a Reggie Pepper story) – December 1912 (The Strand, UK)

12RRaBrother Alfred (a Reggie Pepper story) – September 27, 1913 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

12SAaSir Agravaine – June 29, 1912 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

12SAbSir Agravaine – December 1912 (Pearson’s, UK)

12TMTuppenny Millionaire, The – October 1912 (The Strand, UK)

13-ALDAldershot, 1913 – May 1913 (The Captain, UK)

13-BLDBlessing in Disguise: Cambridge Defeated, A (report of Harlequins-Cambridge rugby match) – October 27, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13-BLEBracing Leicester (report of Leicester Fosse–Bristol City soccer match) – September 29, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13-CHA212Charivaria – February 12, 1913 (Punch, UK)

13-CHA219Charivaria – February 19, 1913 (Punch, UK)

13-CHA226Charivaria – February 26, 1913 (Punch, UK)

13-CHA305Charivaria – March 5, 1913 (Punch, UK)

13-CHA319Charivaria – March 19, 1913 (Punch, UK)

13-CHA326Charivaria – March 26, 1913 (Punch, UK)

13-CHA402Charivaria – April 2, 1913 (Punch, UK)

13DCaRallying Round Clarence (a Reggie Pepper story) – April 1914 (Pictorial Review, US)

13DCbDoing Clarence a Bit of Good (a Reggie Pepper story) – May 1913 (The Strand, UK)

13-DRPDropped Passes (report of Gloucester-Harlequins rugby match) – October 6, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13EC/1Eighteen-Carat Kid, The - Part 1 – January 1913 (The Captain, UK)

13EC/2Eighteen-Carat Kid, The - Part 2 – February 1913 (The Captain, UK)

13EC/3Eighteen-Carat Kid, The - Part 3 – March 1913 (The Captain, UK)

13-FFK48 Free Kicks (report of Millwall–Crystal Palace soccer match) – September 15, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13-FGSFinest Game of the Season (report of Harlequins-Blackheath rugby match) – December 29, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13-FMLFascinating Mr. Lowe, The (preview of ’Varsity rugby match) – December 9, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13-FTEFine Team, A (report of Cambridge-Blackheath rugby match) – November 17, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13-GALGame of a Lifetime (report of Blackheath-Cardiff rugby match) – November 3, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13-GDAGreat Day, The (verse) – March 1913 (The Alleynian, UK)

13-HOAHumbug of Air, The (article about school locations) – October 8, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13-HWRHow to Write a Revue – December 19, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13JWaJob of Work, A – September 6, 1913 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

13JWbJob of Work, A – January 1913 (The Strand, UK)

13KIaKeeping it from Harold – April 26, 1914 (Illustrated Sunday Magazine, USA)

13KIbKeeping it from Harold – December 1913 (The Strand, UK)

13-LGILack of “Ginger” (report of Harlequins-Services rugby match) – October 20, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13-MIBMany Incidents at Bristol (report of Bristol City–Notts County soccer match) – September 22, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13MLMike’s Little Brother – October 1913 (Pall Mall, UK)

13-NDRNew Drama, The (verse) – January 13, 1913 (London Daily Express, UK)

13-OFROld-Fashioned Rugby (report of Haileybury-Dulwich rugby match) – December 1, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13-OSGOne-Sided Game (report of Blackheath–London Welsh rugby match) – December 8, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13-PFEMr. Punch’s Football Experts – October 29, 1913 (Punch, UK)

13-PMA“Proper” Match, A: Blackheath Beaten (report of O.M.T.s-Blackheath rugby match) – October 13, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13PWPeer Who Worked, The – April 19/26, 1913 (Kangaroo Island Courier, AU)

13-SFHSurprise for the Harlequins (report of Harlequins-O.M.T.s rugby match) – December 15, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13-SMGSmall Gambler, The – May 1913 (Pall Mall, UK)

13-SMT’Spurs’ Mistaken Tactics (report of Tottenham Hotspur–Sheffield Wednesday soccer match) – December 22, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

13STaSomething to Worry About – March 1913 (Metropolitan, US)

13STbSomething to Worry About – February 1913 (The Strand, UK)

14-AMBaVon Bernstorff: The Amazing Ambassador – February 5, 1915 (West Australian, Perth, AU)

14-AMBbThe Amazing Ambassador – December 13, 1914 (Sunday Chronicle, UK)

14BBaEpisode of the Financial Napoleon, The (A Man of Means: 2) – June 1916 (Pictorial Review, US)

14BBaMan of Means, A: 2. The Episode of the Financial Napoleon – June 1916 (Pictorial Review, US)

14BBbBolt from the Blue, The (A Man of Means: 2) – May 1914 (The Strand, UK)

14BBbMan of Means, A: 2. The Bolt from the Blue – May 1914 (The Strand, UK)

14-BWIBombardment of Williamson, The (report of Middlesbrough-’Spurs soccer match) – December 27, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

14CIaCreatures of Impulse – October 1914 (McClure’s, US)

14CIbCreatures of Impulse – October 1914 (The Strand, UK)

14DEaHarmonica Mystery, The – March 13, 1915 (All-Story Cavalier Weekly, US)

14DEbEducation of Detective Oakes, The – December 1914 (Pearson’s, UK)

14DO/2My Draper’s Opera: Act Two [Revival of Native Grand Opera] (libretto) – September 14, 1904 (Punch, UK)

14-DRADramatizitis (article) – February 1914 (Pall Mall, UK)

14EBEgbert, Bull-frog (story) – April 1, 1914 (Punch, UK)

14-ECHEnglish Country House, The – October 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

14EMaDiverting Episode of the Exiled Monarch, The (A Man of Means: 5) – September 1916 (Pictorial Review, US)

14EMaMan of Means, A: 5. The Diverting Episode of the Exiled Monarch – September 1916 (Pictorial Review, US)

14EMbEpisode of the Exiled Monarch, The (A Man of Means: 5) – August 1914 (The Strand, UK)

14EMbMan of Means, A: 5. The Episode of the Exiled Monarch – August 1914 (The Strand, UK)

14HPaEpisode of the Hired Past, The (A Man of Means: 6) – October 1916 (Pictorial Review, US)

14HPaMan of Means, A: 6. The Episode of the Hired Past – October 1916 (Pictorial Review, US)

14HPbEpisode of the Hired Past, The (A Man of Means: 6) – September 1914 (The Strand, UK)

14HPbMan of Means, A: 6. The Episode of the Hired Past – September 1914 (The Strand, UK)

14-KNLKnuts o’ London, The – September 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

14LDaEpisode of the Landlady’s Daughter, The (A Man of Means: 1) – May 1916 (Pictorial Review, US)

14LDaMan of Means, A: 1. The Episode of the Landlady’s Daughter – May 1916 (Pictorial Review, US)

14LDbLandlady’s Daughter, The (A Man of Means: 1) – April 1914 (The Strand, UK)

01-LFLLanguage of Flowers, The – October 24, 1901 (To-day, UK)

14LDbMan of Means, A: 1. The Landlady’s Daughter – April 1914 (The Strand, UK)

14-LFULiterature of the Future, The – June 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

14LWaEpisode of the Live Weekly, The (A Man of Means: 4) – August 1916 (Pictorial Review, US)

14LWaMan of Means, A: 4. The Episode of the Live Weekly – August 1916 (Pictorial Review, US)

14LWbEpisode of the Live Weekly, The (A Man of Means: 4) – July 1914 (The Strand, UK)

14LWbMan of Means, A: 4. The Episode of the Live Weekly – July 1914 (The Strand, UK)

14MIMisunderstood (A Story of the Stone Age) – January 7, 1914 (Punch, UK)

14-NAFNoble Art of Falconry, The – October 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

14-OSROne-Sided Rugby (report of Harlequins-Scottish rugby match) – January 12, 1914 (The Daily Mail, UK)

14OTaBrother Fans – August 1914 (McClure’s, US)

14-PCPPhysical Culture Peril, The – May 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

14-PDGPleasures of Duelling in Germany, The – December 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

14PWaParted Ways – June 1915 (Pictorial Review, US)

14PWbParted Ways – December 1914 (The Strand, UK)

14SLSluggard, The (story) – April 22, 1914 (Punch, UK)

14STaSea of Troubles, A – September 1914 (McClure’s, US)

14STbSea of Troubles, A – June 1915 (Pearson’s, UK)

14-SWSStirring Scenes in War Stricken London – November 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

14-THLThoughts on Home Life – December 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

14TVaEpisode of the Theatrical Venture, The (A Man of Means: 3) – July 1916 (Pictorial Review, US)

14TVaMan of Means, A: 3. The Episode of the Theatrical Venture – July 1916 (Pictorial Review, US)

14TVbEpisode of the Theatrical Venture, The (A Man of Means: 3) – June 1914 (The Strand, UK)

14TVbMan of Means, A: 3. The Episode of the Theatrical Venture – June 1914 (The Strand, UK)

15AAAubrey’s Arrested Individuality (story) – May 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15AGaAt Geisenheimer’s – August 21, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

15AGbLove-r-ly Silver Cup, The – October 1915 (The Strand, UK)

15-APDAll About the Pastime of Divorce – May 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15BBa“Bill, the Bloodhound” – February 1915 (Century, US)

15BBbBill the Bloodhound – April 1915 (The Strand, UK)

15BLaBlack Cat for Luck, A – July 1915 (Red Book, US)

15BLbBlack for Luck – June 1915 (The Strand, UK)

15-BPCBoy! Page Mr. Comstock! – March 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-BTTBad Times for Theatregoers – May 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15CAaConcealed Art (a Reggie Pepper story) – July 1915 (Pictorial Review, US)

15CAbConcealed Art (a Reggie Pepper story) – February 1915 (The Strand, UK)

15-CABCabarabian Nights – August 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-CCLCharms of Country Life, The – January 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15CHaCrowned Heads – June 1914 (The Argosy, US)

15CHbCrowned Heads – April 1915 (Pearson’s, UK)

15-CPRChristmas Presents – December 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-CSPCountry Servant Problem, The – February 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-CTHCommuting at the Theatre – January 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15DPDisappearance of Podmarsh, The (story) – June 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-DTHDrama, and Trouble in the Home, The – November 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-EFYEntertaining for the Young – February 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15EHEighteenth Hole, The (story) – August 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-EWGEurope Weekly Gazette, The – October 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-EXPExpulsion from Eden, The – August 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15EYaExtricating Young Gussie – September 18, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

15EYbExtricating Young Gussie – January 1916 (The Strand, UK)

15-FBAFirst Batch of Autumn Productions, The – October 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-HLWHome Life in the War Zone – May 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-HPNHabit of Picking on New York, The – November 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-MBDMy Battle with Drink – December 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15MI/1Military Invasion of America, The (story) - Part 1 – July 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15MI/2Military Invasion of America, The (story) - Part 2 – August 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15MMaRomance of Mac’s, The – May 1916 (Red Book, US)

15MMbMaking of Mac’s, The – May 1915 (The Strand, UK)

15MSaBreaking into Society – July 1916 (Red Book, US)

15MSbMixer [II], The – December 1915 (The Strand, UK)

15PF“Perfectly Furious” (story) – October 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15PWaPrisoner of War, A – February 16, 1916 (Illustrated Sunday Magazine, USA)

15PWbPrisoner of War, A – March 1915 (The Strand, UK)

15RSRule Sixty-Three – March 1915 (Novel Magazine, UK)

15RUaRomance of an Ugly Policeman, The – April 1915 (Ainslee’s, US)

15RUbRomance of an Ugly Policeman, The – January 1915 (The Strand, UK)

15-SCOScooterin’: Half Sailing, Half Ice-boating – March 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-SCPSo-Called Pleasures of Coney Island, The – August 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-SGCScourge of the Golf Child, The – November 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-SMVSchool for Movie Villains, A – October 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15SPSecret Pleasures of Reginald, The (story) – June 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-SSTSummer Stuff – September 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-STOSome Thoughts on Mr. Oppenheim – July 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-SWLSome Women and a Little Music – December 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15TCaTest Case, The (a Reggie Pepper story) – December 12, 1915 (Illustrated Sunday Magazine, USA)

15TCbTest Case, The (a Reggie Pepper story) – December 1915 (Pearson’s, UK)

15TMaVery Shy Gentleman, A – June 1916 (Red Book, US)

15TMbMixer [I], The – November 1915 (The Strand, UK)

15-TVSThat Viennese Stuff – December 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-TYCTake Your Choice of Musical Comedies – April 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15-VRWVisit to the R. W. Chambers Fiction Plant, A – November 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

15WHaWilton’s Vacation – March 19, 1916 (Illustrated Sunday Magazine, USA)

15WHbWilton’s Holiday – July 1915 (The Strand, UK)

15-WRHWhat Really Happened To Hamlet – June 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-AABAll About Butlers – February 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-AAMAll About Me – September 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-AASAll About Shakespeare – April 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16ACaLeave it to Jeeves – February 5, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

16ACbLeave It to Jeeves – June 1916 (The Strand, UK)

16-APUAnother Proposed Union – May 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16ASaAunt and the Sluggard, The – April 22, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

16ASbAunt and the Sluggard, The – August 1916 (The Strand, UK)

16-ASPAlarming Spread of Poetry, The – June 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-CRMCruelty to Millionaires – January 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-CSPComing of Spring, The – May 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-DMTDrama, Melodrama and Tragedy – June 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-DRFDramatic Fixer, The – August 26, 1916 (The Passing Show, UK)

16-DWHDiary of a War-Time Honeymoon – May 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16FKaFatal Kink in Algernon, The – January 1916 (Ladies’ Home Journal, US)

16-GCTGreat Coming Tennis Match, A – October 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-GUDGladness Under Difficulties – November 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-GWW“Great White Way” Fraud, The – January 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16HTHow to Break into Society (dramatic dialogue) – May 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-IDAIn Defense of Astigmatism – January 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16JTaJeeves Takes Charge – November 18, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

16JTbJeeves Takes Charge – April 1923 (The Strand, UK)

16JUaJeeves and the Unbidden Guest – December 9, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

16JUbJeeves and the Unbidden Guest – March 1917 (The Strand, UK)

16-LCFLittle Chat About a Favorite Summer Sport, A – September 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-LDRLeisurely Drama, The – April 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-MMCMaking of Musical Comedies, The – March 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-NDDNew Disease—Dementia Warstocks, The – February 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-NFMNew Figure in Musical Comedy, A – June 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-NMSNew Musical Shows, The – April 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-OBPOn Being Photographed – March 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-OREOn Reducing the Embonpoint – December 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-OSSOur Slack and Slothful Playwrights – December 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-PAUProposed Authors’ Union, The – September 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16PBPriceless Boon for Authors, A (story) – July 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-PDFPassing of the Dramatic Fixer, The – July 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-REVReview of Revues, A – March 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-RSMRecent Stage Marriages – March 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-SCOShattering the Conventions – January 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-SDRSummer Drama, The – October 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-SSOSomber Sadness of Our Summer Shows, The – August 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-STMSome Theatrical Mysteries – February 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-TCGTimely Chat about Gardens, A – June 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16TLaMan With Two Left Feet, The – March 18, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

16TLbMan With Two Left Feet, The – May 1916 (The Strand, UK)

16-TNMThree New Musical Comedies – December 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-TPCThree-in-One Presidential Candidate, The – August 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-TTCTough Times for Critics – May 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-VVAVirtues and Vices of Artists – December 1916 (The Lotus Magazine, US)

16-VVAConcerning the Virtues and Vices of Artists – August 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-WSSWhere to Spend the Summer – July 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

16-WWNWatchman, What of the Night? – April 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-AFWAll About Fashionable Weddings – January 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-APVAppreciation of Vaudeville, An – February 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-AWMAgonies of Writing a Musical Comedy, The – March 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-CBRCloud-burst on the Rialto, A – October 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-CPDOn Certain Phases of the Drama – June 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-CTSComing Theatrical Season, The – September 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-DFPDishing Up Fiction in Play Form – November 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-FSFFred Stone and a Few Others – December 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-GOSGood Old Summertime, The – August 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17JHaJeeves and the Hard-Boiled Egg – March 3, 1917 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

17JHbJeeves and the Hard-Boiled Egg – August 1917 (The Strand, UK)

17-MMTMarvels and the Mysteries of the Telephone, The – April 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-NPLNew Plays, The (1917) – July 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-NPONew Plays of the Old Year, The – January 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-NYDAll About New Year’s Day – January 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-OWLOn the Writing of Lyrics – June 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-PBEProbably the Beginning of an Epidemic – February 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-PTSPast Theatrical Season, The – May 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-TSMTwo Spectacular Musical Reviews – January 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-VHHVisit to Mr. Hearst’s Health Farm, A – January 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

17-WSCWriting the Show at the Century – December 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

18-BARBarrymores, and Others, The – April 1918 (Vanity Fair, US)

18JCaJeeves and the Chump Cyril – June 8, 1918 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

18JCbJeeves and the Chump Cyril – August 1918 (The Strand, UK)

18-NPLNew Plays, The (1918) – May 1918 (Vanity Fair, US)

18-PODPoor Old Drama, The – January 1918 (Vanity Fair, US)

18-THWTrials of a Hard Winter – February 1918 (Vanity Fair, US)

18-TSLTheatrical Slump, The – February 1918 (Vanity Fair, US)

19-AITAll About the Income-Tax – May 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

19-EMYEnglish Master of Yankee Slang, An (anonymous interview/article) – October 24, 1919 (The American Legion Weekly, US)

19-FONFor One Night Only (verse) – October 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

19-GLPGolf: The Last Phase – September 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

19-KUTKeeping Up With Terpsichore – October 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

19-NSONation’s Songs, The – December 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

19OGaOrdeal by Golf – December 6, 1919 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

19OGbKink in His Character, A – February 1920 (The Strand, UK)

19-PDRProhibition and the Drama – August 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

19-PIGPlea for Indoor Golf, A – May 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

19-PSGPleasures of Saturday Golf, The – July 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

19-RTAReviewing a Theatre Audience – November 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

19SFaSpring Suit, The – July 12, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

19SFbSpring Frock, The – December 1919 (The Strand, UK)

19-SNOSuper-Novelists, The – June 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

19WWaWoman Is Only a Woman, A – June 7, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

19WWbWoman Is Only a Woman, A – October 1919 (The Strand, UK)

20ASaSausage Chappie, The – June 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

20ASbArchie and the Sausage Chappie – April 1920 (The Strand, UK)

20DFaDoing Father a Bit of Good – August 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

20DFb“Doing Father a Bit of Good” – June 1920 (The Strand, UK)

20DOaDear Old Squiffy – July 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

20DObDear Old Squiffy – May 1920 (The Strand, UK)

20FAaFirst Aid for Loony Biddle – December 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

20FAbFirst Aid for Looney Biddle – October 1920 (The Strand, UK)

20-FDBFootball: Dulwich vs. Bedford School – December 1920 (The Alleynian, UK)

20-FDMFootball: Dulwich vs. Merchant Taylors – December 1920 (The Alleynian, UK)

20-FDPFootball: Dulwich vs. St. Paul – December 1920 (The Alleynian, UK)

20GFaGolden Flaw, The – March/April 1920 (McClure’s, US)

20GFbColour Line, The – May 1920 (Grand Magazine, UK)

20-HWMHansford Wilson: Master of Comedy – April 1920 (Vanity Fair, US)

20-LATLooking After Thomas – September 1920 (Novel Magazine, UK)

20MHaMan Who Married a Hotel, The – May 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

20MHbMan Who Married an Hotel, The – March 1920 (The Strand, UK)

20MKa“Mother’s Knee” – January 1921 (Cosmopolitan, US)

20MKb“Mother’s Knee” – November 1920 (The Strand, UK)

20MTaMixed Threesome, A – June 1920 (McClure’s, US)

20MTbMixed Threesome, A – March 1921 (The Strand, UK)

20-NPBNew Plays Along Broadway, The – April 1920 (Vanity Fair, US)

20-NPLNew Plays, The (1920) – May 1920 (Vanity Fair, US)

20-PDEPersonal Details – January 1920 (The Bookman, US)

20PWaPaving the Way for Mabel – September 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

20PWb“Paving the Way for Mabel” – July 1920 (The Strand, UK)

20RHaBit of All Right, A – November 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

20RHbRoom at the Hermitage, A – September 1920 (The Strand, UK)

20RSaRough Stuff, The – October 10, 1920 (Chicago Daily Tribune, US)

20RSbRough Stuff, The – April 1921 (The Strand, UK)

20-SEPSeason-End Productions, The – June 1920 (Vanity Fair, US)

20SHaSundered Hearts – December 1920 (McClure’s, US)

20SHbSundered Hearts – December 1920 (The Strand, UK)

20-TYETheatrical Year, The – June 1920 (Vanity Fair, US)

20-WIWWho Is William Shakespeare? – May 1920 (Vanity Fair, US)

20WMaWashy Makes His Presence Felt – October 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

20WMbWashy Makes His Presence Felt – August 1920 (The Strand, UK)

21CGaComing of Gowf, The – June/July 1921 (McClure’s, US)

21CGbComing of Gowf, The – May 1921 (The Strand, UK)

21-FDHFootball: Dulwich vs. Haileybury – February 1921 (The Alleynian, UK)

21-FDMFootball: Dulwich vs. Merchant Taylors – November 1908 (The Alleynian, UK)

21-FDSFootball: Dulwich vs. Sherborne – February 1921 (The Alleynian, UK)

21HAaHeel of Achilles, The – June 11, 1922 (Chicago Daily Tribune, US)

21HAbHeel of Achilles, The – November 1921 (The Strand, UK)

21JSaJeeves in the Springtime – December 1921 (Cosmopolitan, US)

21JSbJeeves in the Spring-Time – December 1921 (The Strand, UK)

21LHaLong Hole, The – March 1922 (McClure’s, US)

21LHbLong Hole, The – August 1921 (The Strand, UK)

21SEbStrange Experiences of an Artist’s Model – January 1921 (The Strand, UK)

21SGaSalvation of George Mackintosh, The – September 1921 (McClure’s, US)

21SGbSalvation of George Mackintosh, The – June 1921 (The Strand, UK)

21UCaCuthbert Unexpectedly Clicks – July 1922 (The Elks Magazine, US)

21UCbUnexpected Clicking of Cuthbert, The – October 1921 (The Strand, UK)

21WVaWigmore Venus, The – February 1921 (Cosmopolitan, US)

21WVbWigmore Venus, The – February 1921 (The Strand, UK)

22AAaAunt Agatha Makes a Bloomer – October 1922 (Cosmopolitan, US)

22AAbAunt Agatha Takes the Count – April 1922 (The Strand, UK)

22BCaBertie Changes His Mind – August 1922 (Cosmopolitan, US)

22BCbBertie Changes His Mind – August 1922 (The Strand, UK)

22BLaBingo and the Little Woman – December 1922 (Cosmopolitan, US)

22BLbBingo and the Little Woman – November 1922 (The Strand, UK)

22CBaComrade Bingo – May 1922 (Cosmopolitan, US)

22CBbComrade Bingo – May 1922 (The Strand, UK)

22-DDEDrawbacks of the Drama in England – December 1922 (Vanity Fair, US)

22ECaDelayed Exit of Claude and Eustace, The – November 1922 (Cosmopolitan, US)

22ECbDelayed Exit of Claude and Eustace, The – October 1922 (The Strand, UK)

22-HSTHow to Save the Theatre – November 4, 1922 (The Humorist, UK)

22MPaPlus Fours, The — January 1923 (Red Book, US)

22MPbMagic Plus Fours, The – December 1922 (The Strand, UK)

22MTaMetropolitan Touch, The – September 1922 (Cosmopolitan, US)

22MTbMetropolitan Touch, The – September 1922 (The Strand, UK)

22PTaPurity of the Turf, The – July 1922 (Cosmopolitan, US)

22PTbPurity of the Turf, The – July 1922 (The Strand, UK)

22SHaGreat Sermon Handicap, The – June 1922 (Cosmopolitan, US)

22SHbGreat Sermon Handicap, The – June 1922 (The Strand, UK)

22SOaBertie Gets Even – March 1922 (Cosmopolitan, US)

22SObScoring Off Jeeves – February 1922 (The Strand, UK)

22SRaJeeves the Blighter – April 1922 (Cosmopolitan, US)

22SRbSir Roderick Comes to Lunch – March 1922 (The Strand, UK)

23ARaRollo Podmarsh Comes To — March 1923 (Red Book, US)

23ARbAwakening of Rollo Podmarsh, The – January 1923 (The Strand, UK)

23CFaChester Forgets Himself – July 7, 1923 (Saturday Evening Post, US)

23DBaDébut of Battling Billson, The – June 1923 (Cosmopolitan, US)

23DBbDébut of Battling Billson, The – July 1923 (The Strand, UK)

23EBaExit of Battling Billson, The – December 1923 (Cosmopolitan, US)

23FAaFirst Aid for Dora – July 1923 (Cosmopolitan, US)

23FAbFirst Aid for Dora – August 1923 (The Strand, UK)

23HGaHeart of a Goof, The — September 1923 (Red Book, US)

23LAaLong Arm of Looney Coote, The – November 1923 (Cosmopolitan, US)

23LAbLong Arm of Looney Coote, The – December 1923 (The Strand, UK)

23NWaNo Wedding Bells for Him – October 1923 (Cosmopolitan, US)

23NWbNo Wedding Bells for Him – November 1923 (The Strand, UK)

23RBaReturn of Battling Billson, The – August 1923 (Cosmopolitan, US)

23RBbReturn of Battling Billson, The – September 1923 (The Strand, UK)

23UAaUkridge’s Accident Syndicate – May 1923 (Cosmopolitan, US)

23UAbUkridge, Teddy Weeks and the Tomato – June 1923 (The Strand, UK)

23UDaUkridge’s Dog College – April 1923 (Cosmopolitan, US)

23UDbUkridge’s Dog College – May 1923 (The Strand, UK)

23USaUkridge Sees Her Through – September 1923 (Cosmopolitan, US)

23USbUkridge Sees Her Through – October 1923 (The Strand, UK)

23-WSAWodehouse Says— (letter to editor) – March 1, 1923 (Variety, US)

24CPThe Custody of the Pumpkin

24CPAB — " revised version in BCE

24JGJane Gets Off the Fairway

24RAThe Rummy Affair of Old Biffy

24RFRodney Fails to Qualify

24SSSomething Squishy

24URUkridge Rounds a Nasty Corner

24URa — " in Cosmopolitan, 1924/01

25AGThe Awful Gladness of the Mater

25AGb — " in Strand, 1925/05

25BDButtercup Day

25BLA Bit of Luck for Mabel

25CRClustering Round Young Bingo

25FFFixing It for Freddie (cf. Helping Freddie, cf. Unpleasantness at Kozy Kot)

25HCHoneysuckle Cottage

25HSHigh Stakes

25PRThe Purification of Rodney Spelvin

25WOWithout the Option

26FFprevious code for 25FF, Fixing It for Freddie

26ICThe Inferiority Complex of Old Sippy

26JIJeeves and the Impending Doom

26KCKeeping It from Cuthbert (cf. Keeping It from Harold)

26KIKeeping In with Vosper

26KIa — " in Liberty, 1926/03/13

26KIb — " in Strand, 1926/03

26LBThe Level Business Head

26LBA — " in EBCA

26LBb — " in Strand, 1926/05

26LBB — " in LEO

26LELord Emsworth Acts for the Best

26MBMulliner’s Buck-U-Uppo

26MBa — " in Liberty, 1926/09/04

26PTMr. Potter Takes a Rest Cure (The Rest Cure)

26SLA Slice of Life

26TAThe Truth About George

27BMThe Bishop’s Move

27CDCame the Dawn

27JYJeeves and the Yule-Tide Spirit

27PDPortrait of a Disciplinarian

27PHPig-hoo-o-o-o-ey!

27RBThe Romance of a Bulb-Squeezer

27RBa — " in Liberty, 1927/03/12

27RBb — " in Strand, 1927/03

27SWThe Story of William (It Was Only a Fire)

27TPThose in Peril on the Tee

27TPab — " in Liberty, 1927/05/21, and Strand, 1927/06 (told by the Oldest Member)

27TPAB — " rewritten for Mr. Mulliner in MMS and GO

28CGCompany for Gertrude

28CGa — " in Cosmopolitan, 1928/10

28CGb — " in Strand, 1928/09

28EGLord Emsworth and the Girl Friend

28OOThe Ordeal of Osbert Mulliner

28PAThe Passing of Ambrose

28RWThe Reverent Wooing of Archibald

28RWa — " in Cosmopolitan, 1928/09

28RWb — " in Strand, 1928/08

28UOUkridge and the Old Stepper

29BGBack to the Garage (Franklin’s Favorite Daughter)

29GUThe Man Who Gave Up Smoking

29JDJeeves and the Dog McIntosh (Episode of the Dog McIntosh) (The Borrowed Dog)

29JLJeeves and the Love That Purifies

29JLB — " in VGJB

29JSJeeves and the Song of Songs

29JSa — " as The Song of Songs, in Cosmopolitan, 1929/09

29JSA — " in VGJA

29JSb — " in Strand, 1929/09

29PWProspects for Wambledon

29SAJeeves and the Spot of Art (The Spot of Art)

29SCThe Story of Cedric

29UBUnpleasantness at Bludleigh Court

30BSBest Seller (cf. Parted Ways)

30BSa — " in Cosmopolitan, 1930/06

30BSbAB — " in Strand, 1930/07

30GNGala Night

30GNb — " in Strand, 1930/06

30ISIndian Summer of an Uncle

30JKJeeves and the Kid Clementina

30JKB — " in VGJB

30JOJeeves and the Old School Chum

30TCTuppy Changes His Mind (The Ordeal of Young Tuppy in VGJB)

31FAFate (Compromised!)

31GGThe Go-Getter

31GGa — " as Sales Resistance, in Cosmopolitan, 1931/03

31GGb — " in Strand, 1931/08

31KQQuest (cf. The Knightly Quest of Mervyn, 33KQ)

31MGThe Medicine Girl (DS32 Doctor Sally)

31SWThe Smile That Wins

31SWa — " in American, 1931/10

31SWb — " in Strand, 1932/02
Also as Adrian Mulliner, Detective in Ellery Queen, 1952/06
and Mr. Mulliner, Private Detective in The Saint Detective Magazine, 1954/09

31UHUkridge and the Home from Home

31UHa — " in Cosmopolitan, 1931/02

31UHA — " in EBCA

31VPThe Voice from the Past (A Voice from the Past)

32CCCats Will Be Cats (The Bishop’s Folly)

32GWGone Wrong

32MBMonkey Business

32MBa — " as A Cagey Gorilla, in American, 1932/12

32MBb — " in Strand, 1932/12

32OHOpen House

32OHb — " in Strand, 1932/04

32SSStrychnine in the Soup (The Missing Mystery)

32SWThe Story of Webster

32SWb — " as The Bishop’s Cat, in Strand, 1932/05

32-BAB“Butlers and the Buttled” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-CDF“Chemin de Fer” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-DEF“The Decay of Falconry” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-DWS“A Day With the Swattesmore” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-FPA“Fair Play for Audiences” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-FWS“Fashionable Weddings and Smart Divorces” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-HCM“Happy Christmas and Merry New Year” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-HSC“The Hollywood Scandal” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-LBH“Looking Back at the Halls” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-MGR“My Gentle Readers” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-OOL“On Ocean Liners” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-OSH“An Outline of Shakespeare” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-PAP“Photographs and Photographers” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-PFW“Prospects for Wambledon” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-ROU“Roulette” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-TES“To The Editor - Sir . . .” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-THR“Thrillers” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-TIT“Thoughts on the Income Tax” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

32-WAP“A Word about Amusement Parks” in Louder and Funnier (1932)

33AHThe Amazing Hat Mystery

33AHa — " in Cosmopolitan, 1933/08

33CAThe Castaways

33JOThe Juice of an Orange

33JOa — " as Love on a Diet, in American, 1933/02

33JOb — " in Strand, 1933/02

33KQThe Knightly Quest of Mervyn (cf. Quest, 31KQ)

33LSThe Luck of the Stiffhams

33NOThe Nodder (Love Birds)

33RMThe Rise of Minna Nordstrom

33RMa — " as A Star is Born, in American, 1933/03 [without Mulliner introduction]

34FWThe Fiery Wooing of Mordred

34GBGood-Bye to All Cats

34NONoblesse Oblige

35AMArchibald and the Masses

35CBThe Come-Back of Battling Billson

35CMThe Code of the Mulliners

35FLFarewell to Legs

35TDTrouble Down at Tudsleigh

35TFTried in the Furnace

35UFUncle Fred Flits By

36AGThere’s Always Golf!

36AGa — " as A Triple Threat Man in Redbook, 1936/02

36BTBuried Treasure

36BTa — " as Hidden Treasure in This Week, 1936/09/27

36BTA — " in CWB

36BTb — " in Strand, 1936/09

36CWThe Crime Wave at Blandings

36LLThe Letter of the Law

36LLa — " as Not Out of Distance, in Redbook, 1936/04

36MTThe Masked Troubadour

36MTa — " revised as Reggie and the Greasy Bird, in Saturday Evening Post, 1936/11/28

37AGAnselm Gets His Chance

37AWAll’s Well with Bingo

37AWA — " in CWB

37BPBingo and the Peke Crisis

37RDRomance at Droitgate Spa

37RDA — " in CWB with Mr. Mulliner introduction

39BIBramley Is So Bracing

39-BPU“The Big Push” in Punch, 1939/12/13

39ERThe Editor Regrets

39SBSonny Boy

40DIDudley Is Back to Normal

40SDShock Dogs

40SMScratch Man (Tee for Two)[cf. 59SM]

40-WIS“The Word in Season” in Punch, 1940/08/21

40WSThe Word in Season [magazine versions; cf. 58WS]

47JBJoy Bells for Barmy (A Wedding Has Been Arranged) (cf. The Right Approach)

47SSSuccess Story (Ukie Invests in Human Nature)

48EXExcelsior

48EXa — " as The Hazards of Horace Bewstridge, in Argosy, 1948/07

48FOFreddie, Oofy and the Beef Trust (Oofy, Freddie and the Beef Trust)

48THI’ll Give You Some Advice (cf. Tangled Hearts)

49RRRodney Has a Relapse

49RRc — " as Rupert Has a Relapse, in National Home Monthly, 1949/02

50BSBirth of a Salesman

50FCFeet of Clay (A Slightly Broken Romance)

50HTHow’s That, Umpire?

50MMMr. McGee’s Big Day

50SPThe Shadow Passes

50THTangled Hearts (cf. I’ll Give You Some Advice)

50UFUp from the Depths

52BBBig Business [magazine versions; cf. 59BB]

52BBa — " in Collier’s, 1952/12/13

52BBb — " in Lilliput, 1953/03

53-CNY“Christmas in New York” in Punch, 1953/12/23

53-GTS“Gaughan, Thou Should’st be Living at This Hour” in Punch, 1953/10/21

53-SHC“Straw Hat Circuit” in Punch, 1953/09/02

53-SOB“Shadow Over Broadway” in Punch, 1953/09/30

53-TNY“This is New York” in Punch, 1953/07/15

53-UPH“Up the Humorists!” in Punch, 1953/12/09

54-BBC“Bring Back the Cuculus” in Punch, 1954/06/30

54-CED“Carol and Edna” in Punch, 1954/09/29

54-FPF“Fair Play for Fathers” in Punch, 1954/07/14

54-GNA“Grave News From America” in Punch, 1954/08/18

54-HMR“How Do You Mean, Relax” in Punch, 1954/03/03

54-IIB“I’m in the Book” in Punch, 1954/12/22

54-MMM“Manners Makyth Man” in Punch, 1954/02/10

54-MWR“Merrily We Roll Along” in Punch, 1954/05/26

54OBThe Ordeal of Bingo Little (cf. Leave It to Algy)

54-PKN“Postman’s Knock” in Punch, 1954/10/20

54-PMA“Put Me Among the Earls” in Punch, 1954/06/09

54-PSP“The Party Spirit” in Punch, 1954/11/03

54-SCL“Something Clever” in Punch, 1954/10/06

54-SHA“Stage Hands Across the Sea” in Punch, 1954/04/21

54-SHD“Shikari Days” in Punch, 1954/11/17

54-SNY“Sunday in New York” in Punch, 1954/09/01

54-SWU“Smokers of the World, Unite” in Punch, 1954/08/04

54-TFM“Thanks for the Memory (such as it is)” in Punch, 1954/09/15

54-TO-“To—” in Punch, 1954/03/31

54-WHW“We Have With Us To-night” in Punch, 1954/05/05

54-YTC“You Too Can Talk Convincingly” in Punch, 1954/12/01

55-AAP“Attention, All Patrons” in Punch, 1955/07/13

55-BBF“Brooklyn Bridge is Falling Down” in Punch, 1955/10/05

55-BBU“The Battle of the Bulge” in Punch, 1955/03/02

55-BPR“Bridge Problem” in Punch, 1955/10/19

55-CSB“Canada is So Bracing” in Punch, 1955/08/24

55-DCR“Dumb Chums at Riverhead” in Punch, 1955/09/07

55-ECE“Easy Come, Easy Go” in Punch, 1955/06/29

55-ENH“An Englishman’s Home” in Punch, 1955/05/04

55-LBA“Looking Back” in Punch, 1955/01/12

55-LFR“Let Freedom Ring” in Punch, 1955/06/15

55-LHU“Lives of the Hunted” in Punch, 1955/03/16

55-MMA“Money, Money, Always Money” in Punch, 1955/08/03

55-MRA“The Meteorite Racket” in Punch, 1955/11/02

55-MWL“The Man We Love” in Punch, 1955/04/06

55-NTC“Name This Child” in Punch, 1955/11/30

55-OBR“Off Broadway” in Punch, 1955/04/20

55-OUP“Onwards and Upwards With the Fiends” in Punch, 1955/02/16

55-PCO“Poet’s Corner” in Punch, 1955/09/21

55-PGA“Pigeons in the Grass, Alas” in Punch, 1955/03/30

55-SAW“Song About Whiskers (poem)” in Punch, 1955/09/28

55-SGM“Salute to G-Men” in Punch, 1955/07/27

55-SNS“The Snail Situation (latest)” in Punch, 1955/01/19

55TCA Tithe for Charity

55-TCW“Thoughts on the Crime Wave” in Punch, 1955/05/18

55-THB“This Happy Breed of Men” in Punch, 1955/06/01

55-TLE“Time Like an Ever-rolling Stream” (poem) in Punch, 1955/12/21

55-TNO“Theatre Notes” in Punch, 1955/12/14

55-TNY“This Is New York (or is it)?” in Punch, 1955/11/16

55-WWO“World’s Workers” in Punch, 1955/12/28

55-WWT“What Was That Once Again?” in Punch, 1955/08/10

56-AD0418“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1956/04/18

56-AD0502“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1956/05/02

56-AD0613“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1956/06/13

56-AD0711“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1956/07/11

56-AD0725“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1956/07/25

56-AD0808“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1956/08/08

56-AD0822“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1956/08/22

56-AD1010“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1956/10/10

56-AD1024“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1956/10/24

56-AD1205“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1956/12/05

56-AD1226“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1956/12/26

56-AHM“Archie Had Magnetism” in America, I Like You (1956)

56-BPR“Basso Profundo” in Punch, 1956/02/08

56-CGU“Curtain Going Up” in Punch, 1956/11/07

56-CTP“To the Critics, These Pearls” in America, I Like You (1956)

56-FBP“Francis Bacon and the Play Doctor” in America, I Like You (1956)

56-FNO“Footnotes” in Punch, 1956/09/05

56-GBB“Good-bye to Butlers” in Punch, 1956/04/04

56-GDE“Gaughan the Deliverer” in America, I Like You (1956)

56-GPB“The Girl in the Pink Bathing Suit” in America, I Like You (1956)

56-HBA“Hi, Bartlett!” in America, I Like You (1956)

56-IRT“My Iron Resolve to Take Ish” in America, I Like You (1956)

56JBKeep Your Temper, Walter (cf. Joy Bells for Walter, 59JB)

56JBa — " in This Week, 1956/10/17

56JBb — " in John Bull, 1957/02/16

56-KWS“Kind Words for Shakespeare” in Punch, 1956/03/21

56-LAA“Life Among the Armadillos” in America, I Like You (1956)

56-MER“The Meteorite Racket” in America, I Like You (1956)

56-OSE“Over Seventy” in Punch, 1956/09/26

56-OSW“An Old Sweetheart Who Has Put On Weight” in America, I Like You (1956)

56-PDI“The Postman-dog Imbroglio” in Punch, 1956/06/27

56-PMA“Put Me Among the Earls” in America, I Like You (1956)

56-SBH“The Slave of a Bad Habit” in America, I Like You (1956)

56-SIR“Say It with Rattlesnakes” in America, I Like You (1956)

56-STO“The Story of Otis” (poem) in Punch, 1956/09/19

56-TBD“Thin Blessings in Disguise” in America, I Like You (1956)

56-TFM“Thanks for the Memory, Such As It Is” in America, I Like You (1956)

56-WET“A Well-Earned Tribute” (poem) in Punch, 1956/01/25

56-WSC“The Wodehouse-Shakespeare Controversy: Latest” in Punch, 1956/05/23

57-AD0102“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/01/02

57-AD0123“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/01/23

57-AD0220“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/02/20

57-AD0327“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/03/27

57-AD0417“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/04/17

57-AD0515“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/05/15

57-AD0529“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/05/29

57-AD0612“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/06/12

57-AD0703“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/07/03

57-AD0717“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/07/17

57-AD0731“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/07/31

57-AD0814“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/08/14

57-AD0828“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/08/28

57-AD0925“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/09/25

57-AD1023“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/10/23

57-AD1120“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/11/20

57-AD1211“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1957/12/11

57-AHW“Armadillos, Hurricanes and What Not” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-BOE“Bring On the Earls” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-BSM“Bridges, Snails and Meteorites” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-CDP“Crime, Does It Pay?” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-CHD“Christmas and Divorce” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-CRC“Critics and the Criticized” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-GBB“Good-Bye to Butlers” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-GPB“The Girl in the Pink Bathing Suit” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-GST“Getting Started” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-HBP“How I Became a Poet” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-HHO“Healthward Ho!” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-IJW“Introducing J. P. Winkler” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-LOH“Lives of the Hunted” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-MMS“My Methods, Such as They Are” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-REC“Raw Eggs, Cuckoos and Patrons” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-SHN“Shaking a Head at New York” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-STH“Some Thoughts on Humorists” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-TAS“Things Aren't the Same” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-TEL“Television” in Over Seventy (1957)

57-THE“The Theatre” in Over Seventy (1957)

57WTWays to Get a Gal (cf. 11AS Ahead of Schedule)

58-AD0115“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1958/01/15

58-AD0205“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1958/02/05

58-AD0312“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1958/03/12

58-AD0514“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1958/05/14

58-AD0604“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1958/06/04

58FLThe Fat of the Land

58FLa — " in This Week, 1958/11/02

58RAThe Right Approach [Mulliner version] (cf. Joy Bells for Barmy)

58-SAH“Seven Ages of Humour: In the Seventies P. G. Wodehouse Says GET SET” in Punch, 1958/06/25

58UKUnpleasantness at Kozy Kot (cf. Fixing It for Freddie, cf. Helping Freddie)

58UKc — " in Toronto Star Weekly, 1959/08/01

58-WGA“P. G. Wodehouse Glances at the American Scene” in Punch, 1958/12/24

58WSThe Word in Season [book version] (cf. 40WS)

58WSa — " as Bingo Little’s Wild Night Out, in This Week, 1958/05/18

59BBBig Business [Mulliner version, as rewritten for FQO]

59DNFrom a Detective’s Notebook (Adrian Mulliner’s Greatest Triumph)

59JBJoy Bells for Walter (cf. Keep Your Temper, Walter)

59JMJeeves Makes an Omelet[te] (Jeeves and the Stolen Venus) (cf. Doing Clarence a Bit of Good)

59LALeave It to Algy (cf. The Ordeal of Bingo Little)

59RAThe Right Approach [as rewritten for Playboy]

59SMScratch Man [as rewritten for FQOA]

601022-ACPGW 1961 comment after letter to W. Townend, 1960/10/22 in Author! Author! (1962)

60-AD0120“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1960/01/20

60-AD0127“America Day by Day” in Punch, 1960/01/27

60-OM0420“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1960/04/20

60-OM0427“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1960/04/27

60-OM0518“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1960/05/18

60-OM0525“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1960/05/25

60-OM0615“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1960/06/15

60-OM0706“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1960/07/06

60-OM0720“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1960/07/20

60-OM0817“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1960/08/17

60-OM0914“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1960/09/14

60-OM0928“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1960/09/28

60-OM1102“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1960/11/02

60-OM1109“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1960/11/09

61-OM0111“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1961/01/11

61-OM0222“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1961/02/22

61-OM0322“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1961/03/22

61-OM0503“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1961/05/03

61-OM0524“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1961/05/24

61-OM0621“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1961/06/21

61-OM0726“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1961/07/26

61-OM0927“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1961/09/27

61-OM1115“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1961/11/15

61-TSI“The Tailor Situation” in Punch, 1961/01/04

62-OM0103“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1962/01/03

62-OM0221“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1962/02/21

62-OM0509“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1962/05/09

62-OM0530“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1962/05/30

62-OM0627“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1962/06/27

62-OM0711“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1962/07/11

62-OM0808“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1962/08/08

62-OM0926“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1962/09/26

62-OM1205“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1962/12/05

63-OM0227“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1963/02/27

63-OM0327“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1963/03/27

63-OM0522“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1963/05/22

63-OM0626“Our Man in America” in Punch, 1963/06/26

65BBBingo Bans the Bomb

65BBa — " in Playboy, 1965/01

65BBb — " in Argosy, 1965/08

65JGJeeves and the Greasy Bird [magazine version] (cf. 66JG)

65SSStylish Stouts

65SSa — " as Stylish Stout, in Playboy, 1965/04

65SSb — " as The Great Fat Uncle Contest, in London Evening Standard, 1965/12/24

65STSleepy Time (The Battle of Squashy Hollow)

65-WJK“P. G. Wodehouse on Jerome Kern” in Punch, 1965/02/10

66-GNW“Genesis of a Novel: P. G. Wodehouse Describes How He Set About Writing Thank You, Jeeves” in Punch, 1966/05/04

66JGJeeves and the Greasy Bird [rewritten for PP]

66LFLife with Freddie

66SWSticky Wicket at Blandings (First Aid for Freddie)

67GAGeorge and Alfred

67GCA Good Cigar Is a Smoke

67USUkridge Starts a Bank Account

67USA — " in Ellery Queen, 1982/06 and PPA

70ACAnother Christmas Carol

 

Serialized novels available on Madame Eulalie, alphabetically by GMcode

 

AS22a/1Adventures of Sally, The - Part 1 – October 8, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

AS22a/10Adventures of Sally, The - Part 10 – December 10, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

AS22a/11Adventures of Sally, The - Part 11 – December 17, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

AS22a/12Adventures of Sally, The - Part 12 – December 24, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

AS22a/13Adventures of Sally, The - Part 13 – December 31, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

AS22a/2Adventures of Sally, The - Part 2 – October 15, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

AS22a/3Adventures of Sally, The - Part 3 – October 22, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

AS22a/4Adventures of Sally, The - Part 4 – October 29, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

AS22a/5Adventures of Sally, The - Part 5 – November 5, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

AS22a/6Adventures of Sally, The - Part 6 – November 12, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

AS22a/7Adventures of Sally, The - Part 7 – November 19, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

AS22a/8Adventures of Sally, The - Part 8 – November 26, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

AS22a/9Adventures of Sally, The - Part 9 – December 3, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

AS22b/1Adventures of Sally, The - Part 1 – April 1922 (Grand Magazine, UK)

AS22b/2Adventures of Sally, The - Part 2 – May 1922 (Grand Magazine, UK)

AS22b/3Adventures of Sally, The - Part 3 – June 1922 (Grand Magazine, UK)

AS22b/4Adventures of Sally, The - Part 4 – July 1922 (Grand Magazine, UK)

AS22b/5Adventures of Sally, The - Part 5 – August 1922 (Grand Magazine, UK)

AS22b/6Adventures of Sally, The - Part 6 – September 1922 (Grand Magazine, UK)

AS22b/7Adventures of Sally, The - Part 7 – October 1922 (Grand Magazine, UK)

AS22c/1Mostly Sally, part 1 – October 15, 1921 (Maclean’s, CA)

AS22c/10Mostly Sally, part 10 – March 1, 1922 (Maclean’s, CA)

AS22c/2Mostly Sally, part 2 – November 1, 1921 (Maclean’s, CA)

AS22c/3Mostly Sally, part 3 – November 15, 1921 (Maclean’s, CA)

AS22c/4Mostly Sally, part 4 – December 1, 1921 (Maclean’s, CA)

AS22c/5Mostly Sally, part 5 – December 15, 1921 (Maclean’s, CA)

AS22c/6Mostly Sally, part 6 – January 1, 1922 (Maclean’s, CA)

AS22c/7Mostly Sally, part 7 – January 15, 1922 (Maclean’s, CA)

AS22c/8Mostly Sally, part 8 – February 1, 1922 (Maclean’s, CA)

AS22c/9Mostly Sally, part 9 – February 15, 1922 (Maclean’s, CA)

DD19a/1Damsel in Distress, A - Part 1 – May 10, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

DD19a/2Damsel in Distress, A - Part 2 – May 17, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

DD19a/3Damsel in Distress, A - Part 3 – May 24, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

DD19a/4Damsel in Distress, A - Part 4 – May 31, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

DD19a/5Damsel in Distress, A - Part 5 – June 7, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

DD19a/6Damsel in Distress, A - Part 6 – June 14, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

DD19a/7Damsel in Distress, A - Part 7 – June 21, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

DD19a/8Damsel in Distress, A - Part 8 – June 28, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

GB04b/1Gold Bat, The - Part 1 – October 1903 (The Captain, UK)

GB04b/2Gold Bat, The - Part 2 – November 1903 (The Captain, UK)

GB04b/3Gold Bat, The - Part 3 – December 1903 (The Captain, UK)

GB04b/4Gold Bat, The - Part 4 – January 1904 (The Captain, UK)

GB04b/5Gold Bat, The - Part 5 – February 1904 (The Captain, UK)

GB04b/6Gold Bat, The - Part 6 – March 1904 (The Captain, UK)

HK05b/1Head of Kay’s, The - Part 1 – October 1904 (The Captain, UK)

HK05b/2Head of Kay’s, The - Part 2 – November 1904 (The Captain, UK)

HK05b/3Head of Kay’s, The - Part 3 – December 1904 (The Captain, UK)

HK05b/4Head of Kay’s, The - Part 4 – January 1905 (The Captain, UK)

HK05b/5Head of Kay’s, The - Part 5 – February 1905 (The Captain, UK)

HK05b/6Head of Kay’s, The - Part 6 – March 1905 (The Captain, UK)

IJ10b/1 Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 01 – June 11, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

IJ10b/10 Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 10 – August 13, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

IJ10b/11 Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 11 – August 20, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

IJ10b/12 Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 12 – August 27, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

IJ10b/13 Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 13 – September 3, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

IJ10b/14 Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 14 – September 10, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

IJ10b/2 Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 02 – June 18, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

IJ10b/3 Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 03 – June 25, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

IJ10b/4 Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 04 – July 2, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

IJ10b/5 Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 05 – July 9, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

IJ10b/6 Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 06 – July 16, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

IJ10b/7 Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 07 – July 23, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

IJ10b/8 Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 08 – July 30, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

IJ10b/9 Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 09 – August 6, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

LC06a/1Love Among the Chickens - Part 1 – September 1908 (The Circle, USA)

LC06a/2Love Among the Chickens - Part 2 – October 1908 (The Circle, USA)

LC06a/3Love Among the Chickens - Part 3 – November 1908 (The Circle, USA)

LC06a/4Love Among the Chickens - Part 4 – December 1908 (The Circle, USA)

LC06a/5Love Among the Chickens - Part 5 – January 1909 (The Circle, USA)

LC06a/6Love Among the Chickens - Part 6 – February 1909 (The Circle, USA)

LC06a/7Love Among the Chickens - Part 7 – March 1909 (The Circle, USA)

LN13aLittle Nugget, The – August 1913 (Munsey’s Magazine)

LP23a/1Leave It to Psmith - Part 1 – February 3, 1923 (Saturday Evening Post, US)

LP23a/2Leave It to Psmith - Part 2 – February 10, 1923 (Saturday Evening Post, US)

LP23a/3Leave It to Psmith - Part 3 – February 17, 1923 (Saturday Evening Post, US)

LP23a/4Leave It to Psmith - Part 4 – February 24, 1923 (Saturday Evening Post, US)

LP23a/5Leave It to Psmith - Part 5 – March 3, 1923 (Saturday Evening Post, US)

LP23a/6Leave It to Psmith - Part 6 – March 10, 1923 (Saturday Evening Post, US)

LP23a/7Leave It to Psmith - Part 7 – March 17, 1923 (Saturday Evening Post, US)

LP23a/8Leave It to Psmith - Part 8 – March 24, 1923 (Saturday Evening Post, US)

LP23b/1Leave It to Psmith - Part 1 — June 1923 (Grand Magazine, UK)

LP23b/2Leave It to Psmith - Part 2 — July 1923 (Grand Magazine, UK)

LP23b/3Leave It to Psmith - Part 3 — August 1923 (Grand Magazine, UK)

LP23b/4Leave It to Psmith - Part 4 — September 1923 (Grand Magazine, UK)

LP23b/5Leave It to Psmith - Part 5 — October 1923 (Grand Magazine, UK)

LP23b/6Leave It to Psmith - Part 6 — November 1923 (Grand Magazine, UK)

LP23b/7Leave It to Psmith - Part 7 — December 1923 (Grand Magazine, UK)

LS08b/1Luck Stone, The: Ch. 1 & 2, September 16, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/10Luck Stone, The: Ch. 19 & 20, November 18, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/11Luck Stone, The: Ch. 21 & 22, November 25, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/12Luck Stone, The: Ch. 23 & 24, December 2, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/13Luck Stone, The: Ch. 25 & 26, December 9, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/14Luck Stone, The: Ch. 27 & 28, December 16, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/15Luck Stone, The: Ch. 29 & 30, December 23, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/16Luck Stone, The: Ch. 31 & 32, December 30, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/17Luck Stone, The: Ch. 33 & 34, January 6, 1909 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/18Luck Stone, The: Ch. 35–37, January 13, 1909 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/19Luck Stone, The: Ch. 38 & 39, January 20, 1909 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/2Luck Stone, The: Ch. 3 & 4, September 23, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/3Luck Stone, The: Ch. 5 & 6, September 30, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/4Luck Stone, The: Ch. 7 & 8, October 7, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/5Luck Stone, The: Ch. 9 & 10, October 14, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/6Luck Stone, The: Ch. 11 & 12, October 21, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/7Luck Stone, The: Ch. 13 & 14, October 28, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/8Luck Stone, The: Ch. 15 & 16, November 4, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LS08b/9Luck Stone, The: Ch. 17 & 18, November 11, 1908 (Chums, UK)

LW20a/1Little Warrior, The - Part 1 – April 10, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/10Little Warrior, The - Part 10 – July 10, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/11Little Warrior, The - Part 11 – July 17, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/12Little Warrior, The - Part 12 – July 24, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/13Little Warrior, The - Part 13 – July 31, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/14Little Warrior, The - Part 14 – August 7, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/15Little Warrior, The - Part 15 – August 14, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/16Little Warrior, The - Part 16 – August 21, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/17Little Warrior, The - Part 17 – August 28, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/2Little Warrior, The - Part 2 – May 15, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/3Little Warrior, The - Part 3 – May 22, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/4Little Warrior, The - Part 4 – May 29, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/5Little Warrior, The - Part 5 – June 5, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/6Little Warrior, The - Part 6 – June 12, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/7Little Warrior, The - Part 7 – June 19, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/8Little Warrior, The - Part 8 – June 26, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

LW20a/9Little Warrior, The - Part 9 – July 3, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

MK091b/1Jackson Junior - Part 1 – April 1907 (The Captain, UK)

MK091b/2Jackson Junior - Part 2 – May 1907 (The Captain, UK)

MK091b/3Jackson Junior - Part 3 – June 1907 (The Captain, UK)

MK091b/4Jackson Junior - Part 4 – July 1907 (The Captain, UK)

MK091b/5Jackson Junior - Part 5 – August 1907 (The Captain, UK)

MK091b/6Jackson Junior - Part 6 – September 1907 (The Captain, UK)

MK092b/1Lost Lambs, The - Part 1 – April 1908 (The Captain, UK)

MK092b/2Lost Lambs, The - Part 2 – May 1908 (The Captain, UK)

MK092b/3Lost Lambs, The - Part 3 – June 1908 (The Captain, UK)

MK092b/4Lost Lambs, The - Part 4 – July 1908 (The Captain, UK)

MK092b/5Lost Lambs, The - Part 5 – August 1908 (The Captain, UK)

MK092b/6Lost Lambs, The - Part 6 – September 1908 (The Captain, UK)

PA12a/1Prince and Betty, The - Part 1 – September 14, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PA12a/10Prince and Betty, The - Part 10 – November 16, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PA12a/11Prince and Betty, The - Part 11 – November 23, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PA12a/12Prince and Betty, The - Part 12 – November 30, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PA12a/13Prince and Betty, The - Part 13 – December 7, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PA12a/14Prince and Betty, The - Part 14 – December 14, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PA12a/15Prince and Betty, The - Part 15 – December 21, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PA12a/16Prince and Betty, The - Part 16 – December 28, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PA12a/2Prince and Betty, The - Part 2 – September 21, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PA12a/3Prince and Betty, The - Part 3 – September 28, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PA12a/4Prince and Betty, The - Part 4 – October 5, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PA12a/5Prince and Betty, The - Part 5 – October 12, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PA12a/6Prince and Betty, The - Part 6 – October 19, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PA12a/7Prince and Betty, The - Part 7 – October 26, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PA12a/8Prince and Betty, The - Part 8 – November 2, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PA12a/9Prince and Betty, The - Part 9 – November 9, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

PB12aPrince and Betty, The – January 1912 (Ainslee’s, US)

PB12b/1Prince and Betty, The (Part 1) – February 1912 (The Strand, UK)

PB12b/2Prince and Betty, The (Part 2) – March 1912 (The Strand, UK)

PB12b/3Prince and Betty, The (Part 3) – April 1912 (The Strand, UK)

PC10b/1New Fold, The - Part 1 – October 1908 (The Captain, UK)

PC10b/2New Fold, The - Part 2 – November 1908 (The Captain, UK)

PC10b/3New Fold, The - Part 3 – December 1908 (The Captain, UK)

PC10b/4New Fold, The - Part 4 – January 1909 (The Captain, UK)

PC10b/5New Fold, The - Part 5 – February 1909 (The Captain, UK)

PC10b/6New Fold, The - Part 6 – March 1909 (The Captain, UK)

PH02b/1Pothunters, The - Part 1 (novel) – January 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

PH02b/2Pothunters, The - Part 2 (novel) – February 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

PH02b/3Pothunters, The - Conclusion (novel) – March 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

PJ15b/1Psmith, Journalist - Part 1 – October 1909 (The Captain, UK)

PJ15b/2Psmith, Journalist - Part 2 – November 1909 (The Captain, UK)

PJ15b/3Psmith, Journalist - Part 3 – December 1909 (The Captain, UK)

PJ15b/4Psmith, Journalist - Part 4 – January 1910 (The Captain, UK)

PJ15b/5Psmith, Journalist - Part 5 – February 1910 (The Captain, UK)

PJ15b/6Psmith, Journalist - Part 6 – March 1910 (The Captain, UK)

PJ17a/1Piccadilly Jim - Part 1 – September 16, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

PJ17a/2Piccadilly Jim - Part 2 – September 23, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

PJ17a/3Piccadilly Jim - Part 3 – September 30, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

PJ17a/4Piccadilly Jim - Part 4 – October 7, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

PJ17a/5Piccadilly Jim - Part 5 – October 14, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

PJ17a/6Piccadilly Jim - Part 6 – October 21, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

PJ17a/7Piccadilly Jim - Part 7 – October 28, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

PJ17a/8Piccadilly Jim - Part 8 – November 4, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

PJ17a/9Piccadilly Jim - Part 9 – November 11, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

SN15a/1Something New - Part 1 – June 26, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

SN15a/2Something New - Part 2 – July 3, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

SN15a/3Something New - Part 3 – July 10, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

SN15a/4Something New - Part 4 – July 17, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

SN15a/5Something New - Part 5 – July 24, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

SN15a/6Something New - Part 6 – July 31, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

SN15a/7Something New - Part 7 – August 7, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

SN15a/8Something New - Part 8 – August 14, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

TM22a/1Three Men and a Maid - Part 1 – October 1921 (Woman’s Home Companion, US)

TM22a/2Three Men and a Maid - Part 2 – November 1921 (Woman’s Home Companion, US)

TM22a/3Three Men and a Maid - Part 3 – December 1921 (Woman’s Home Companion, US)

UM16a/1Uneasy Money - Part 1 – December 4, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

UM16a/2Uneasy Money - Part 2 – December 11, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

UM16a/3Uneasy Money - Part 3 – December 18, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

UM16a/4Uneasy Money - Part 4 – December 25, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

UM16a/5Uneasy Money - Part 5 – January 1, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

UM16a/6Uneasy Money - Part 6 – January 8, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

UM16a/7Uneasy Money - Part 7 – January 15, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

UM16b/1Uneasy Money: Part 1 – December 1916 (The Strand, UK)

UM16b/2Uneasy Money: Part 2 – January 1917 (The Strand, UK)

UM16b/3Uneasy Money: Part 3 – February 1917 (The Strand, UK)

UM16b/4Uneasy Money: Part 4 – March 1917 (The Strand, UK)

UM16b/5Uneasy Money: Part 5 – April 1917 (The Strand, UK)

UM16b/6Uneasy Money: Part 6 – May 1917 (The Strand, UK)

UM16b/7Uneasy Money: Part 7 – June 1917 (The Strand, UK)

WF07b/1White Feather, The - Part 1 – October 1905 (The Captain, UK)

WF07b/2White Feather, The - Part 2 – November 1905 (The Captain, UK)

WF07b/3White Feather, The - Part 3 – December 1905 (The Captain, UK)

WF07b/4White Feather, The - Part 4 – January 1906 (The Captain, UK)

WF07b/5White Feather, The - Part 5 – February 1906 (The Captain, UK)

WF07b/6White Feather, The - Part 6 – March 1906 (The Captain, UK)

WH14aWhite Hope, The – May 1914 (Munsey’s Magazine)

 

Other long works, alphabetically by GMcode

 

AA74BAUNTS AREN’T GENTLEMEN, Jenkins, 1974

AA74A — " as THE CAT-NAPPERS, Simon & Schuster, 1975

BA73BACHELORS ANONYMOUS

BC24BILL THE CONQUEROR

BG65THE BRINKMANSHIP OF GALAHAD THREEPWOOD (Galahad at Blandings)

BM31BIG MONEY

BM64BIFFEN’S MILLIONS

BM64A — " Simon & Schuster, 1964

BM64B — " as FROZEN ASSETS, Jenkins, 1964

BW52BARMY IN WONDERLAND (Angel Cake)

CT58COCKTAIL TIME

CT58a — " condensed in Ladies’ Home Journal, 1958/04

CT58A — " Simon & Schuster, 1958

CW38THE CODE OF THE WOOSTERS

DB68DO BUTLERS BURGLE BANKS?

DB68A — " Simon & Schuster, 1968

DB68B — " Jenkins, 1968

DS32DOCTOR SALLY (31MG The Medicine Girl)

FL56FRENCH LEAVE

FM47FULL MOON

FP29AFISH PREFERRED, Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1929

FP29a — " serial as Summer Lightning, Collier’s, 1929/04/06–1929/06/22

FP29b — " serial as Summer Lightning, Pall Mall, 1929/03–1929/09

FP29B — " SUMMER LIGHTNING, Jenkins, 1929

GB70THE GIRL IN BLUE

HR60a — " condensed in Playboy, 1960/02

HR60AHOW RIGHT YOU ARE, JEEVES, Simon & Schuster, 1960

HR60B — " as JEEVES IN THE OFFING, Jenkins, 1960

HR60b — " condensed in John Bull, 1959/08/29–1959/09/19

HW32HOT WATER

HW33HEAVY WEATHER

HW33A — " Little, Brown, 1933

HW33a — " serial in Saturday Evening Post, 1933/05/27–1933/07/15

IB61[THE] ICE IN THE BEDROOM

IW31IF I WERE YOU

JF54JEEVES AND THE FEUDAL SPIRIT (Bertie Wooster Sees It Through)

JM46JOY IN THE MORNING

LB35THE LUCK OF THE BODKINS

LB35a — " shorter version in Redbook, 1935/08–1936/01

LB35A — " shorter version, Little, Brown, 1936

LB35b — " shorter version in The Passing Show, 1935/09/21–1935/11/23

LG36LAUGHING GAS

LG36a — " shortened serial in This Week, 1935/03/24–1935/04/28

LG36b — " shortened serial in Pearson’s, 1935/08–1935/10

MB42MONEY IN THE BANK

MN28MONEY FOR NOTHING

MO71MUCH OBLIGED, JEEVES (Jeeves and the Tie That Binds)

MS49THE MATING SEASON

MS49c — " condensed in Toronto Star Weekly, 1949/11/12

OR51THE OLD RELIABLE

OR51a — " serial as Phipps to the Rescue, in Collier’s, 1950/06/24–1950/07/22

OS57,FForeword to Over Seventy, Jenkins, 1957

PB69A PELICAN AT BLANDINGS

PB69A — " as NO NUDES IS GOOD NUDES, Simon & Schuster, 1970

PG72BPEARLS, GIRLS, AND MONTY BODKIN, Jenkins, 1972

PG72A — " as THE PLOT THAT THICKENED, Simon & Schuster, 1973

PH31A PRINCE FOR HIRE (novella revision of PA12) serialized in Illustrated Love Magazine, 1931/04–1931/08

PP67THE PURLOINED PAPERWEIGHT (Company for Henry)

PT26THE PLAY’S THE THING (Wodehouse’s adaptation of a Hungarian play by Molnár)

PW52PIGS HAVE WINGS

PW52A — " Doubleday, 1952

PW52a — " serial in Collier’s, 1952/08/16–1952/09/20

PW52B — " Jenkins, 1952

QS40QUICK SERVICE

RH34RIGHT HO, JEEVES (Brinkley Manor)

RJ53BRING FOR JEEVES, Jenkins, 1953

RJ53c — " condensed in Toronto Star Weekly, 1953/09/05

RJ53A — " as THE RETURN OF JEEVES, Simon & Schuster, 1954

RJ53a — " condensed as The Return of Jeeves, in Ladies’ Home Journal, 1954/04

SB27THE SMALL BACHELOR

SB27a — " serial in Liberty, 1926/09/18–1926/12/25

SB77SUNSET AT BLANDINGS

SF48SPRING FEVER

SF57a — " condensed serial in Collier’s, 1956/08/31–1956/09/14

SF57A — " as THE BUTLER DID IT, Simon & Schuster, 1957

SF57BSOMETHING FISHY, Jenkins, 1957

SF57b — " condensed serial in John Bull, 1956/09/29–1956/10/13

SM37SUMMER MOONSHINE

SS25SAM THE SUDDEN (Sam in the Suburbs)

SS25a — " serial as Sam in the Suburbs, in Saturday Evening Post, 1925/06/13–1925/07/18

SS25b — " serial in Sunny, 1925/07–1926/02

SS61SERVICE WITH A SMILE

SS61A — " Simon & Schuster, 1961

SS61B — " Jenkins, 1962

SS61c — " condensed in Toronto Star Weekly, 1961/08/26–1961/09/02

SU63STIFF UPPER LIP, JEEVES

SU63a — " condensed in Playboy, 1963/02–1963/03

TY34THANK YOU, JEEVES

TY34b — " serial in Strand, 1933/08–1934/02

UD48UNCLE DYNAMITE

UF39UNCLE FRED IN THE SPRINGTIME

UF39A — " Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1939

UF39a — " shorter serial in Saturday Evening Post, 1939/04/22–1939/05/27

WJ67,IIntroduction to The World of Jeeves, Jenkins, 1967

Codes for story collections and for magazines:
 

18KThe Eighteen-Carat Kid and other storiesAinAinslee’s
BCEBlandings Castle and ElsewhereAmAmerican
CCThe Clicking of Cuthbert
Golf Without Tears [CCA]
AnsAnswers
COJCarry On, Jeeves!ArgArgosy
CrWodehouse on CrimeASCAll-Story Cavalier Weekly
CWBThe Crime Wave at BlandingsBluBluebook
EBCEggs, Beans and Crumpets (both editions)BMIBurr McIntosh Monthly
EBCAEggs, Beans and Crumpets (American edition only)CapCaptain
EBCBEggs, Beans and Crumpets (British edition only)CasCassell’s
EJEnter JeevesCenCentury
F!Fore! The Best of Wodehouse on GolfChTChicago Tribune
FQOA Few Quick Ones (all versions)ColCollier’s
FQOAA Few Quick Ones (American edition only)CosCosmopolitan
FQOABA Few Quick Ones (American and British editions)DMDaily Mail
FQOBA Few Quick Ones (British edition only)DWDream World
FQOpA Few Quick Ones (paperback edition only)ElkThe Elks Magazine
GOThe Golf OmnibusEQEllery Queen
HGThe Heart of a Goof
Divots [HGA]
GBTWThe Globe By The Way Book
IAIndiscretions of ArchieGloThe Globe
IJThe Inimitable Jeeves
Jeeves
GraGrand
KBMMKid Brady Stories and A Man of MeansHamHampton’s
LEOLord Emsworth and OthersHarHarper’s Bazaar
LFLouder and FunnierISMIllustrated Sunday Magazine
M2LThe Man with Two Left Feet (both editions)JBJohn Bull
M2LAThe Man with Two Left Feet (American edition)KICKangaroo Island Courier
M2LBThe Man with Two Left Feet (British edition)LELondon Echo
MMeansA Man of MeansLHJLadies’ Home Journal
MMJMy Man JeevesLibLiberty
MMMMeet Mr MullinerLilLilliput
MMSMr Mulliner SpeakingLonLondon Magazine
MNMulliner NightsMcCMcClure’s
MUThe Man Upstairs and Other StoriesMetMetropolitan
NSNothing SeriousNasNash’s
PPPlum PieNovNovel Magazine
PS1Plum Stones, book 1: Wodehouse, Detective WriterOnlOnlooker
PS2Plum Stones, book 2: Unrepublished Reggie PepperPeKPearson’s-UK
PS3Plum Stones, book 3: Theatrical StoriesPeSPearson’s-US
PS4Plum Stones, book 4: Keggs, the ButlerPicPictorial Review
PS5Plum Stones, book 5: First Impressions; Mature ReflectionsPlaPlayboy
PS6Plum Stones, book 6: There But for the Grace of God Goes BaxterPMPall Mall
PS7Plum Stones, book 7: Self-Derivatives Par ExcellencePSMPublic School Magazine
PS8Plum Stones, book 8: Bertie's FriendsPunPunch
PS9Plum Stones, book 9: "In That Shape, Rotten"RedRed Book (Redbook)
PS10Plum Stones, book 10: Ethics and EugenicsRoyRoyal
PS11Plum Stones, book 11: Wrykyn HavocScrScraps
PS12Plum Stones, book 12: First DraftsSEPSaturday Evening Post
SwOThe Swoop! and Other StoriesSSpStage and Sport
TDCTales from the Drones ClubStJSt. James’s Gazette
TSATales of St. Austin'sStrStrand
TWETales of Wrykyn and ElsewhereSucSuccess
UUkridge
He Rather Enjoyed It
SunSunday Magazine
UWThe Uncollected WodehouseThCThrone and Country
VGJVery Good, Jeeves! (both editions)TWThis Week
VGJAVery Good, Jeeves (American edition)TSWToronto Star Weekly
VGJBVery Good, Jeeves! (British edition)VFKVanity Fair-UK
VWVintage WodehouseVFSVanity Fair-US
WMThe World of Mr MullinerWHLWashington Herald Literary Magazine
WJThe World of JeevesWinWindsor
YMSYoung Men in Spats (both editions)WorWorld
YMSAYoung Men in Spats (American edition)
YMSBYoung Men in Spats (British edition)