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

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

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

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

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

Academy Notes – June 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Academy Notes – June 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Active Remedies (verse) – April 2, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Acton’s Feud (book review) – January 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Actor James (verse) – July 29, 1903 (Punch, UK)

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

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

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 1 – October 8, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 2 – October 15, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 3 – October 22, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 4 – October 29, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 5 – November 5, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 6 – November 12, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 7 – November 19, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 8 – November 26, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 9 – December 3, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 10 – December 10, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 11 – December 17, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 12 – December 24, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 13 – December 31, 1921 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 1 – April 1922 (Grand Magazine, UK)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 2 – May 1922 (Grand Magazine, UK)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 3 – June 1922 (Grand Magazine, UK)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 4 – July 1922 (Grand Magazine, UK)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 5 – August 1922 (Grand Magazine, UK)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 6 – September 1922 (Grand Magazine, UK)

Adventures of Sally, The - Part 7 – October 1922 (Grand Magazine, UK)

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

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

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

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

Agonies of Writing a Musical Comedy, The – March 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

Ahead of Schedule – November 1910 (Grand Magazine, UK)

Alarming Spread of Poetry, The – June 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

Aldershot 1911 – July 1911 (The Captain, UK)

Aldershot, 1913 – May 1913 (The Captain, UK)

All About Butlers – February 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

All About Fashionable Weddings – January 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

All About Me – September 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

All About New Year’s Day – January 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

All About Shakespeare – April 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

All About the Income-Tax – May 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

All About the Pastime of Divorce – May 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

All Over (verse) – February 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

All the Fun (verse) – November 3, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Amateur Photograph, The (verse) – March 2, 1901 (Fun Magazine, UK)

The Amazing Ambassador – December 13, 1914 (Sunday Chronicle, UK)

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

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

Another Proposed Union – May 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

Antidote, The (verse) – March 18, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Appeal, An (verse) – May 4, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Appetiser, An (verse) – 4 June 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

Appreciation of Vaudeville, An – February 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

Archie and the Sausage Chappie – April 1920 (The Strand, UK)

Art of Conversation, The (verse) – January 21, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

At Barkston (verse) – October 19, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

At Drury Lane (verse) – October 3, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

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

At the Play: Sergeant Brue – June 25, 1904 (London Opinion, UK)

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

At the Vaudeville (verse) – October 3, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Autumn (verse) – September 10, 1902 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

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

Bachelor’s Song, The (verse) – February 20, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Back to His Native Strand (verse) – May 27, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Back to the Land (sketch) – August 1905 (Pearson’s, UK)

Bad Times for Theatregoers – May 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

Bald Facts – July 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

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

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

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

Ballad of the Interviewer, The (verse) – March 23, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Ballade of August, The (verse) – August 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

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

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

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

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

Barred Dance, The (verse) – March 22, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Barrymores, and Others, The – April 1918 (Vanity Fair, US)

Baseball (article) – August 25, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Benefactor, The (verse) – December 22, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

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

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

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

Bertie Gets Even – March 1922 (Cosmopolitan, US)

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

Best Sauce, The – July 1911 (The Strand, UK)

Between the Innings – July 1905 (Novel Magazine, UK)

Bill the Bloodhound – April 1915 (The Strand, UK)

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

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

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

Bit of All Right, A – November 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

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

Black for Luck – June 1915 (The Strand, UK)

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

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

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

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

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

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

Books on Etiquette – November 3, 1902 (The Globe, UK)

Boy! Page Mr. Comstock! – March 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

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

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

Breaking into Society – July 1916 (Red Book, US)

Bridge Tragedy, A (verse) – July 1905 (Pearson’s, UK)

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

Brother Fans – August 1914 (McClure’s, US)

Business Begins – October 25, 1902 (The Onlooker, UK)

Business Begins (verse) – September 28, 1905 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

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

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Cabarabian Nights – August 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

Cacoëthes Scribendi (verse) – January 12, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Candour in Advertisements – October 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Caution (verse) – March 11, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Charivaria – February 12, 1913 (Punch, UK)

Charivaria – February 19, 1913 (Punch, UK)

Charivaria – February 26, 1913 (Punch, UK)

Charivaria – March 5, 1913 (Punch, UK)

Charivaria – March 19, 1913 (Punch, UK)

Charivaria – March 26, 1913 (Punch, UK)

Charivaria – April 2, 1913 (Punch, UK)

Charms of Country Life, The – January 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

Christmas Presents – December 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

Cloud-burst on the Rialto, A – October 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

Collector, The – July 16, 1907 (The World, UK)

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

Colonial Premiers, The (verse) – May 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Colour Line, The – May 1920 (Grand Magazine, UK)

Coming of Gowf, The – June/July 1921 (McClure’s, US)

Coming of Gowf, The – May 1921 (The Strand, UK)

Coming of Spring, The – May 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

Coming Theatrical Season, The – September 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

Commuting at the Theatre – January 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

Comrade Bingo – May 1922 (Cosmopolitan, US)

Comrade Bingo – May 1922 (The Strand, UK)

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

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

Concerning Relations – March 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Concerning the Virtues and Vices of Artists – August 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

Concerning Tonbridge – November 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Congo State, The – February 15, 1904 (The Globe, UK)

Consequences (story) – August 19, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Consolation (verse) – January 22, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Cooks and the Gaiety Broth, The – October 17, 1906 (Punch, UK)

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

Correspondence about The New FoldMarch(?) 1909 (The Captain, UK)

Country Servant Problem, The – February 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

Crease, The – January 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

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

Creatures of Impulse – October 1914 (The Strand, UK)

Cricket at Dulwich – September 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Cricket at Malvern – September 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Cricket: Dulwich vs. Brighton College – July 1907 (The Alleynian, UK)

Cricketer in Winter, The (verse) – September 30, 1903 (Punch, UK)

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

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

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

Criminal, The (verse) – February 4, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

Crowned Heads – June 1914 (The Argosy, US)

Crowned Heads – April 1915 (Pearson’s, UK)

Cruelty to Millionaires – January 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

Cult of the Patch, The – November 17, 1902 (The Globe, UK)

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

Curiosities of Cricket – June 25, 1907 (Punch, UK)

Cuthbert Unexpectedly Clicks – July 1922 (The Elks Magazine, US)

Cynic, The (verse) – December 5, 1902 (Scraps, UK)

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

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

Damsel in Distress, A - Part 1 – May 10, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Damsel in Distress, A - Part 2 – May 17, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Damsel in Distress, A - Part 3 – May 24, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Damsel in Distress, A - Part 4 – May 31, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Damsel in Distress, A - Part 5 – June 7, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Damsel in Distress, A - Part 6 – June 14, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Damsel in Distress, A - Part 7 – June 21, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Damsel in Distress, A - Part 8 – June 28, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

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

Daring Damsel, The (verse by Laurence Wood, not PGW) – December 6, 1905 (Punch, UK)

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

De Senectute (paragraph) – February 25, 1903 (Punch, UK)

De Tea (verse) – February 15, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Dear Old Squiffy – May 1920 (The Strand, UK)

Dear Old Squiffy – July 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

Deep Waters – June 1910 (The Strand, UK)

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

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

Defence, A – January 21, 1905 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

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

Deserted Ghosts – August 22, 1904 (The Daily Mail, UK)

Deserter, The (verse) – August 1905 (Royal Magazine, UK)

Deserter, The – February 18, 1905 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Diabolo – October 1, 1907 (Daily Express, UK)

Diabolo Day by Day – October 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Diary of a War-Time Honeymoon – May 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

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

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

Dishing Up Fiction in Play Form – November 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

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

“Doing Father a Bit of Good” – June 1920 (The Strand, UK)

Doing Father a Bit of Good – August 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

Doyen, The (verse) – January 2, 1905 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

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

Drama, and Trouble in the Home, The – November 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

Drama, Melodrama and Tragedy – June 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

Dramatic Fixer, The – August 26, 1916 (The Passing Show, UK)

Dramatizitis (article) – February 1914 (Pall Mall, UK)

Drawbacks of the Drama in England – December 1922 (Vanity Fair, US)

Drawing of Captain contributors at 1911 New Year dinner; PGW at age 29 is balding – February(?) 1911 (The Captain, UK)

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

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

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

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Early Days of International Boxing – July 1902 (Sandow’s Magazine, UK)

Editor to His Friends, The – March 17, 1897 (Chums, UK)

Editor to His Chums, The – May 18, 1898 (Chums, UK)

Editorial announcement of Psmith, JournalistSeptember 1909 (The Captain, UK)

Editorial announcement of Tales of WrykynMarch 1905 (The Captain, UK)

Editorial announcement of The Eighteen-Carat KidDecember 1912 (The Captain, UK)

Editorial announcement of The Gold Bat, paragraph about Wodehouse and photograph – September 1903 (The Captain, UK)

Editorial announcement of The Head of Kay’sSeptember 1904 (The Captain, UK)

Editorial announcement of The White FeatherSeptember 1905 (The Captain, UK)

Editorial comments on “Sedleigh” in The Lost LambsJune 1908 (The Captain, UK)

Editorial comments on Jackson JuniorSeptember 1907 (The Captain, UK)

Editor’s Song, The (verse) – June 12, 1901 (Fun Magazine, UK)

Educating Aubrey – May 1911 (London Magazine, UK)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Election Songs (verse) – January 11, 1906 (Daily Express, UK)

Eminent Artistes – February 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Emperor’s Song, The (verse) – October 2, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

English Country House, The – October 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

English Master of Yankee Slang, An (anonymous interview/article) – October 24, 1919 (The American Legion Weekly, US)

Entertaining for the Young – February 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Europe Weekly Gazette, The – October 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

Every Prodigy His Own Publisher – October 19, 1904 (Punch, UK)

Exhibition Tragedy, An (verse) – May 13, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Explanation, The – October 2, 1902 (London Echo, UK)

Exposed (verse) – July 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Expulsion from Eden, The – August 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

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Fable, A (story) – October 8, 1902 (Punch, UK)

Fame (verse) – March 26, 1903 (Vanity Fair, UK)

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

Family Scapegrace, The (verse) – April 19, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

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

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

Fashion’s Phases (verse by C. A. Woodhouse, not PGW) – August 2, 1905 (Punch, UK)

Fatal Kink in Algernon, The – January 1916 (Ladies’ Home Journal, US)

Fifteenth Man, The – December 1906 (Windsor Magazine, UK)

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

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

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

First Aid for Looney Biddle – October 1920 (The Strand, UK)

First Aid for Loony Biddle – December 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

First Batch of Autumn Productions, The – October 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

Fiscal Problems for Breakfast – February 6, 1904 (Daily Express, UK)

Flannel (verse) – June 6, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Flowing Tide, The – October 2, 1906 (The World, UK)

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

Football at Dulwich – October 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

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

Football, My Dear Sir, Why— – October 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Football: Dulwich vs. Bedford School – December 1908 (The Alleynian, UK)

Football: Dulwich vs. Bedford School – December 1920 (The Alleynian, UK)

Football: Dulwich vs. Haileybury – February 1921 (The Alleynian, UK)

Football: Dulwich vs. Merchant Taylors – December 1920 (The Alleynian, UK)

Football: Dulwich vs. Merchant Taylors – November 1908 (The Alleynian, UK)

Football: Dulwich vs. Sherborne – February 1921 (The Alleynian, UK)

Football: Dulwich vs. St. Paul – December 1920 (The Alleynian, UK)

Football: Dulwich vs. St. Paul – November 1908 (The Alleynian, UK)

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

For One Night Only (verse) – June 10, 1903 (Punch, UK)

For One Night Only (verse) – October 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

For the Defence (verse) – September 19, 1906 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

For the Smart Set Only – September 26, 1906 (Punch, UK)

Force of Impulse in Sport, The – June 21, 1905 (Punch, UK)

Forthcoming Society Drama, A – April 22, 1903 (Punch, UK)

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

Fred Stone and a Few Others – December 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

From My Tub (column) – June 23, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

From My Tub (column) – June 30, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

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

From Pole to Poll (verse) – January 18, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Frozen Face, The (verse) – December 4, 1906 (The World, UK)

Future Atkins, The (verse) – October 21, 1903 (Punch, UK)

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

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

Gladness Under Difficulties – November 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

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

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

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

Gold Bat, The - Part 1 – October 1903 (The Captain, UK)

Gold Bat, The - Part 2 – November 1903 (The Captain, UK)

Gold Bat, The - Part 3 – December 1903 (The Captain, UK)

Gold Bat, The - Part 4 – January 1904 (The Captain, UK)

Gold Bat, The - Part 5 – February 1904 (The Captain, UK)

Gold Bat, The - Part 6 – March 1904 (The Captain, UK)

Golden Flaw, The – March/April 1920 (McClure’s, US)

Golf: The Last Phase – September 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

Good Advice (verse) – August 4, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Good Angel, The – February 1910 (The Strand, UK)

Good Old Summertime, The – August 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

Gourmet’s Love Song, The (verse) – December 24, 1902 (Punch, UK)

Great Coming Tennis Match, A – October 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

Great Day, The (verse) – March 1913 (The Alleynian, UK)

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

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

“Great White Way” Fraud, The – January 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

Guardian, The – September 1908 (Windsor Magazine, UK)

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Habit of Picking on New York, The – November 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

Hansford Wilson: Master of Comedy – April 1920 (Vanity Fair, US)

Happy Marriage, The (verse) – December 9, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Hard Choice, A (verse) – June 10, 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

Hard Times (verse) – March 12, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

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

Haunted Tram, The (verse) – June 17, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Head of Kay’s, The - Part 1 – October 1904 (The Captain, UK)

Head of Kay’s, The - Part 2 – November 1904 (The Captain, UK)

Head of Kay’s, The - Part 3 – December 1904 (The Captain, UK)

Head of Kay’s, The - Part 4 – January 1905 (The Captain, UK)

Head of Kay’s, The - Part 5 – February 1905 (The Captain, UK)

Head of Kay’s, The - Part 6 – March 1905 (The Captain, UK)

Heel of Achilles, The – June 11, 1922 (Chicago Daily Tribune, US)

Heel of Achilles, The – November 1921 (The Strand, UK)

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

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

Hesitating Lover, The (verse) (Xmas Xtra) – November 1903 (Pearson’s, UK)

Hint for Londoners, A – August 8, 1905 (The Globe, UK)

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

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

Holidays at Home – August 8, 1905 (The Globe, UK)

Home Life in the War Zone – May 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

Homœopathic Treatment – August 1904 (Royal Magazine, UK)

How Boxers Train – December 1901 (Sandow’s Magazine, UK)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

How Pillingshot Scored – May 1903 (The Captain, UK)

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

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

How to Break into Society (dramatic dialogue) – May 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

How to Save the Theatre – November 4, 1922 (The Humorist, UK)

How to Write a Revue – December 19, 1913 (The Daily Mail, UK)

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

Hustler’s Rest Cure, The – March 5, 1907 (The World, UK)

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Idle King, The – May 1903 (Sunday Magazine, UK)

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

Immortal, The (verse) – May 24, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Impressions of P. G. Wodehouse, by Leslie Havergal Bradshaw – March 1910 (The Captain, UK)

Improbabilities of Fiction, The – November 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

In Alcala – December 1911 (London Magazine, UK)

In Defense of Astigmatism – January 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

In the Air (verse) – 26 March 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – July 7, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – July 14, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – July 21, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – July 28, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – August 4, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – August 11, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – August 18, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – August 25, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – September 1, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – September 8, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – September 15, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – September 22, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – September 29, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – October 13, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – October 20, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – October 27, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – November 3, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – November 10, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

In the Stocks (column) – November 17, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Infallible System, An (verse) – February 27, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Infant in Arms, The (verse) – September 9, 1903 (Punch, UK)

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

Intrepid Aeronauts, The – October 9, 1906 (The World, UK)

Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 01 – June 11, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 02 – June 18, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 03 – June 25, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 04 – July 2, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 05 – July 9, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 06 – July 16, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 07 – July 23, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 08 – July 30, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 09 – August 6, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 10 – August 13, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 11 – August 20, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 12 – August 27, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 13 – September 3, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

Intrusions of Jimmy, The - Part 14 – September 10, 1910 (Tit-Bits, UK)

It Is Our Opening Day (verse) – February 15, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

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

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Jackson Junior - Part 1 – April 1907 (The Captain, UK)

Jackson Junior - Part 2 – May 1907 (The Captain, UK)

Jackson Junior - Part 3 – June 1907 (The Captain, UK)

Jackson Junior - Part 4 – July 1907 (The Captain, UK)

Jackson Junior - Part 5 – August 1907 (The Captain, UK)

Jackson Junior - Part 6 – September 1907 (The Captain, UK)

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

Jam – October 21, 1903 (The Globe, UK)

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

Jeeves and the Chump Cyril – June 8, 1918 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

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

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

Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest – December 9, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

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

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

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

Jeeves Takes Charge – November 18, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Jeeves the Blighter – April 1922 (Cosmopolitan, US)

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

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

Joe (verse) – May 1907 (Pearson’s, UK)

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

Journalistic Jottings – February 1908 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

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

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

Keeping Up With Terpsichore – October 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

Kink in His Character, A – February 1920 (The Strand, UK)

Knuts o’ London, The – September 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

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L’Affaire Clarke (verse) – March 22, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

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

La Belle Dame Sans Merci (verse) – August 19, 1903 (Punch, UK)

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

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

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

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

Last Instance, The (story) April 1, 1903 (Punch, UK)

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

Latest Cure, The (verse) – October 8, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Launching a Popular Song – October 25, 1906 (Pearson’s Weekly, UK)

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

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

Leisurely Drama, The – April 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

Letter from “Banker” commenting on The Lost LambsJuly 1908 (The Captain, UK)

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

Life of Pleasure, The (verse) – November 10, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Limelight Limericks (verse) – October 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

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

Lines by a Host (verse) – August 8, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Literary Life, The (verse) – October 6, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Literature of the Future, The – June 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

Little Chat About a Favorite Summer Sport, A – September 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

Little Nugget, The – August 1913 (Munsey’s Magazine)

Little Warrior, The - Part 1 – April 10, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 2 – May 15, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 3 – May 22, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 4 – May 29, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 5 – June 5, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 6 – June 12, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 7 – June 19, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 8 – June 26, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 9 – July 3, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 10 – July 10, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 11 – July 17, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 12 – July 24, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 13 – July 31, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 14 – August 7, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 15 – August 14, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 16 – August 21, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Little Warrior, The - Part 17 – August 28, 1920 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Living Among Ghosts – June 24, 1908 (Ideas, UK)

Local Colour – November 2, 1904 (Punch, UK)

London Street Names – September 19, 1902 (The Globe, UK)

London Street Noises – July 17, 1907 (Punch, UK)

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

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

Long Hole, The – August 1921 (The Strand, UK)

Long Hole, The – March 1922 (McClure’s, US)

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

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

Lost Lambs, The - Part 1 – April 1908 (The Captain, UK)

Lost Lambs, The - Part 2 – May 1908 (The Captain, UK)

Lost Lambs, The - Part 3 – June 1908 (The Captain, UK)

Lost Lambs, The - Part 4 – July 1908 (The Captain, UK)

Lost Lambs, The - Part 5 – August 1908 (The Captain, UK)

Lost Lambs, The - Part 6 – September 1908 (The Captain, UK)

Lost Leader, The (verse) – March 4, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Lost Repartee, The (verse) – January 5, 1901 (Fun Magazine, UK)

Lotus Eaters, The (verse) – December 17, 1902 (Punch, UK)

Love Among the Chickens - Part 1 – September 1908 (The Circle, USA)

Love Among the Chickens - Part 2 – October 1908 (The Circle, USA)

Love Among the Chickens - Part 3 – November 1908 (The Circle, USA)

Love Among the Chickens - Part 4 – December 1908 (The Circle, USA)

Love Among the Chickens - Part 5 – January 1909 (The Circle, USA)

Love Among the Chickens - Part 6 – February 1909 (The Circle, USA)

Love Among the Chickens - Part 7 – March 1909 (The Circle, USA)

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

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

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 1 & 2, September 16, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 3 & 4, September 23, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 5 & 6, September 30, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 7 & 8, October 7, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 9 & 10, October 14, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 11 & 12, October 21, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 13 & 14, October 28, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 15 & 16, November 4, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 17 & 18, November 11, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 19 & 20, November 18, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 21 & 22, November 25, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 23 & 24, December 2, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 25 & 26, December 9, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 27 & 28, December 16, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 29 & 30, December 23, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 31 & 32, December 30, 1908 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 33 & 34, January 6, 1909 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 35–37, January 13, 1909 (Chums, UK)

Luck Stone, The: Ch. 38 & 39, January 20, 1909 (Chums, UK)

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M. P. Militant, The (paragraph) – April 29, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Magic Plus Fours, The – December 1922 (The Strand, UK)

Maiden’s Tragedy, The (verse) – April 13, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Mainly About Mush (verse) – January 26, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Mainly About Ralph (verse) – October 14, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

Making of Musical Comedies, The – March 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

Malvern College – November 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Man Upstairs, The – March 1910 (The Strand, UK)

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

Man Who Married a Hotel, The – May 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

Man Who Married an Hotel, The – March 1920 (The Strand, UK)

Man With Two Left Feet, The – March 18, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Man With Two Left Feet, The – May 1916 (The Strand, UK)

Manœuvres of Charteris, The - I – August 1903 (The Captain, UK)

Manœuvres of Charteris, The - II – September 1903 (The Captain, UK)

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

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

Martyrs, The – October 27, 1906 (The Evening News, UK)

Marvels and the Mysteries of the Telephone, The – April 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

Matrimonial Sweepstakes, The – February 1910 (Cosmopolitan, US)

Maud (verse) – July 1908 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

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

Men of the Moment (verse) – June 21, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

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

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

Metropolitan Touch, The – September 1922 (Cosmopolitan, US)

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

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

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

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

Milk of Kindness Supply, The – July 12, 1905 (Punch, UK)

Millennium, The (verse) – October 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Missed! (verse) – August 1908 (Pearson’s, UK)

Misunderstood – May 1910 (Burr McIntosh Monthly, US)

Misunderstood – May 1910 (Nash’s Magazine, UK)

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

Mixed Hockey (verse) – December 2, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Mixed Threesome, A – June 1920 (McClure’s, US)

Mixed Threesome, A – March 1921 (The Strand, UK)

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

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

Modern Babe, The (verse) – October 3, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

Modern Improvements (verse) – September 23, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

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

Morning Carol (verse) – April 6, 1901 (Fun Magazine, UK)

“Mother’s Knee” – November 1920 (The Strand, UK)

“Mother’s Knee” – January 1921 (Cosmopolitan, US)

Motor Movements – October 11, 1902 (The Onlooker, UK)

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

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

Mr. Punch’s Football Experts – October 29, 1913 (Punch, UK)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Muddied Oafs – March 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Muse and the Motor, The (verse) – March 2, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

My Battle with Drink – December 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

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

My Forte (verse) – November 1906 (Pearson’s, UK)

My Ideal Christmas (paragraph) – December 1903 (The Captain, UK)

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

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

My Views (verse) – July 18, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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National Peril, A (verse) – October 13, 1902 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Nation’s Songs, The – December 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

Necessary Abstinence (verse) – January 31, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

New Atkins, The (verse) – March 26, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

New Disease—Dementia Warstocks, The – February 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

New Figure in Musical Comedy, A – June 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

New Fold, The - Part 1 – October 1908 (The Captain, UK)

New Fold, The - Part 2 – November 1908 (The Captain, UK)

New Fold, The - Part 3 – December 1908 (The Captain, UK)

New Fold, The - Part 4 – January 1909 (The Captain, UK)

New Fold, The - Part 5 – February 1909 (The Captain, UK)

New Fold, The - Part 6 – March 1909 (The Captain, UK)

New Game of Mental Golf, The (anonymous review of Uneasy Money, with quotations and photograph) – June 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

New Musical Shows, The – April 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

New Order, The (verse) – January 9, 1905 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

New Order, The (verse) – April 13, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

New Plays Along Broadway, The – April 1920 (Vanity Fair, US)

New Plays of the Old Year, The – January 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

New Plays, The (1917) – July 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

New Plays, The (1918) – May 1918 (Vanity Fair, US)

New Plays, The (1920) – May 1920 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

New Revolution, The – April 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

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

New Tonic, The (verse) – February 7, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

New Year Resolutions – January 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

New Year Resolutions – January 1908 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

New York Crowds (article) – November 24, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

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

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

Next Crisis (article) , The – August 4, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Next Invasion, The – June 17, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Noble Art of Falconry, The – October 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

Not Yet! (verse) – June 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Notes – February 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

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

Now, Talking About Cricket – July 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Nyppers and Foysters – December 15, 1902 (The Globe, UK)

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Obsolete Card Games – November 5, 1902 (The Globe, UK)

Odd Trick, The – August 1902 (The Captain, UK)

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

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

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

Olympia Nightmare, An (verse) – November 27, 1906 (The World, UK)

On Being Photographed – March 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

On Certain Phases of the Drama – June 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

On Lyric Writing – May 2, 1906 (Evening Standard, UK)

On Purely Hypothetical Subjects (verse) – June 1899 (The Alleynian, UK)

On Reducing the Embonpoint – December 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

On the New Football Ground (verse) – February 1899 (The Alleynian, UK)

On the Writing of Lyrics – June 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

Open Letter, An (verse) – March 25, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Optimist, An (verse) – December 1, 1902 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Ordeal by Golf – December 6, 1919 (Collier’s Weekly, US)

Our Advertisement Columns – August 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Our Boys (narrative) – September 16, 1903 (Punch, UK)

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

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

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

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

Our Cricketing Sybarites – May 31, 1905 (Punch, UK)

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

Our Magistrates (story) – June 10, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Our Military Critic Speaks (verse) – October 17, 1906 (Punch, UK)

Our Ruthless Authors – March 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Our School Leagues – May 13, 1905 (The Daily Mail, UK)

Our School Sports – June 23, 1904 (The Daily Mail, UK)

Our Slack and Slothful Playwrights – December 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

Out of School – October 1910 (The Strand, UK)

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

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

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Painless Dentistry (verse) – February 11, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Paradise (verse) – February 9, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Paradox, A (verse) – January 25, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Pariah, The (verse) – March 31, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Paris Policeman, The (verse) – May 17, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Parrot, The (verses) – September 30–December 21, 1903 (Daily Express, UK)

Parted Ways – December 1914 (The Strand, UK)

Parted Ways – June 1915 (Pictorial Review, US)

Parting Guest, The (paragraph, newly discovered) – April 15, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Passing of the Dramatic Fixer, The – July 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

Past Theatrical Season, The – May 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

Pastoral, A (verse) – April 8, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Pauline Pugilism – June 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

“Paving the Way for Mabel” – July 1920 (The Strand, UK)

Paving the Way for Mabel – September 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

Peace (verse) – October 15, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

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

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

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

Pegasus Complains (verse) – April 22, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Perfection (verse) – 21 February 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

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

Perils of the Egg, The (verse) – 22 June 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

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

Personal Details – January 1920 (The Bookman, US)

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

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

Pessimist, The (verse) – February 16, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

Phalanx, The (verse) – January 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Philanthropists, The – November 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Photo of Dulwich Cricket XI – March 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Photographs of Wodehouse, illustrator T. M. R. Whitwell, and other contributors to The CaptainSeptember 1903 (The Captain, UK)

Physical Culture at Dulwich – March 1901 (Sandow’s Magazine, UK)

Physical Culture Peril, The – May 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

Piccadilly Jim - Part 1 – September 16, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Piccadilly Jim - Part 2 – September 23, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Piccadilly Jim - Part 3 – September 30, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Piccadilly Jim - Part 4 – October 7, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Piccadilly Jim - Part 5 – October 14, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Piccadilly Jim - Part 6 – October 21, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Piccadilly Jim - Part 7 – October 28, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Piccadilly Jim - Part 8 – November 4, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Piccadilly Jim - Part 9 – November 11, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

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

Pillingshot, Detective – September 1910 (The Captain, UK)

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

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

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

Plain Dealing (verse) – March 18, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

Plea for Extending the Zoo, A – November 18, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Plea for Indoor Golf, A – May 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

Pleasures of Duelling in Germany, The – December 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

Pleasures of Saturday Golf, The – July 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

Poem by Doris Buckler commenting on The Lost LambsOctober 1908 (The Captain, UK)

Poem written at age 5 by PGW – April 1907 (The Captain, UK)

Poems for the Pushful (verse) – January 27, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Policewoman, The (verse) – March 30, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Polite Pilferer, The – September 28, 1904 (Punch, UK)

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

Poor Old Drama, The – January 1918 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

Pothunters, The - Conclusion (novel) – March 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Pothunters, The - Part 1 (novel) – January 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Pothunters, The - Part 2 (novel) – February 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Pots o’ Money – February 1912 (Metropolitan, US)

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

Premier Speaks, The (verse) – March 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

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

Priceless Boon for Authors, A (story) – July 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

Prince and Betty, The – January 1912 (Ainslee’s, US)

Prince and Betty, The (Part 1) – February 1912 (The Strand, UK)

Prince and Betty, The (Part 2) – March 1912 (The Strand, UK)

Prince and Betty, The (Part 3) – April 1912 (The Strand, UK)

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

Prince and Betty, The - Part 2 – September 21, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

Prince and Betty, The - Part 3 – September 28, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

Prince and Betty, The - Part 4 – October 5, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

Prince and Betty, The - Part 5 – October 12, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

Prince and Betty, The - Part 6 – October 19, 1912 (New York Evening Mail, US)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Privileged Class, The (verse) – April 11, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

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

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

Probably the Beginning of an Epidemic – February 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

Problems for Breakfast – February 1904 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Proclamation, The (verse) – May 10, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Prodigal, The (story) – September 23, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Prodigal, The (verse) – June 15, 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

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

Prohibition and the Drama – August 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

Proposed Authors’ Union, The – September 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

Proverbial Fables (story) – July 20, 1904 (Punch, UK)

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

Psmith, Journalist - Part 1 – October 1909 (The Captain, UK)

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

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

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

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

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

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

Public Schools’ Boxing – June 1912 (The Captain, UK)

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

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

Pugilist in Fiction, The – April 1903 (Sandow Magazine, US)

Pugilist in Fiction, The – August 14, 1905 (The Globe, UK)

Pugilist in Fiction, The – March 1902 (Sandow’s Magazine, UK)

Punch and Punchbowls – October 23, 1902 (The Globe, UK)

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

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

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

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

Recent Stage Marriages – March 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

Reformed (verse) – 11 March 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

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

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

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

Resting – September 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

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

Review of Psmith in the City1911(?) (The Captain, UK)

Review of The Swoop!May 1909 (The Captain, UK)

Review of William Tell Told AgainFebruary 1905 (The Captain, UK)

Review of Revues, A – March 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

Reviewing a Theatre Audience – November 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

Revised Reputations – July 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

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

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

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

Rhyme of the Bassinette, The (verse) – January 19, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

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

Rise of the Watch, The – March 21, 1903 (The Globe, UK)

Rival of Monte Carlo – May 20, 1911 (Evening Standard, Ogden, Utah, US)

Rivals, The (verse) – August 1905 (Novel Magazine, UK)

Road to Success, The (verse) – January 5, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

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

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

Romance of Crime, The (verse) – 19 March 1903 (The Evening News, UK)

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

Room at the Hermitage, A – September 1920 (The Strand, UK)

Rough Stuff, The – April 1921 (The Strand, UK)

Rough Stuff, The – October 10, 1920 (Chicago Daily Tribune, US)

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

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

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

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

Ruling Passion, The (verse) – September 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Rural Hooligans – October 2, 1902 (St. James’s Gazette, UK)

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

Ruth in Exile – July 1912 (The Strand, UK)

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

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Sailor, The (verse) – April 1906 (Novel Magazine, UK)

Salvation of George Mackintosh, The – June 1921 (The Strand, UK)

Salvation of George Mackintosh, The – September 1921 (McClure’s, US)

Sausage Chappie, The – June 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

School Football – May 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

School for Movie Villans, A – October 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

School Stories – August 11, 1905 (The Globe, UK)

School Stories – August 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Schools at Aldershot, The – June 1901 (Sandow’s Magazine, UK)

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

Scoring Off Jeeves – February 1922 (The Strand, UK)

Scourge of the Golf Child, The – November 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

Screech Day – December 18, 1903 (Daily Express, UK)

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

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

Season-End Productions, The – June 1920 (Vanity Fair, US)

Season’s Cricket, The – September 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

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

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

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

Shattered Dreams (verse) – July 29, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Shattered Illusion, A (verse) – September 7, 1904 (Punch, UK)

Shattering the Conventions – January 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

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

Silly Season Correspondence – September 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Sing It! (verse) – July 1907 (Pearson’s, UK)

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

Sir Agravaine – December 1912 (Pearson’s, UK)

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

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

Sluggard, The (story) – April 22, 1914 (Punch, UK)

Small Gambler, The – May 1913 (Pall Mall, UK)

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

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

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

Society Gossip – November 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Society Whispers from the States – August 24, 1904 (Punch, UK)

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

Solitary Triumph, A (verse) – January 12, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Somber Sadness of Our Summer Shows, The – August 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

Some Football Facts – March 1902 (Sandow’s Magazine, UK)

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

Some Theatrical Mysteries – February 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

Some Thoughts on Mr. Oppenheim – July 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

Some Tributes – July 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Some Women and a Little Music – December 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

Something New - Part 1 – June 26, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Something New - Part 2 – July 3, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Something New - Part 3 – July 10, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Something New - Part 4 – July 17, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Something New - Part 5 – July 24, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Something New - Part 6 – July 31, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Something New - Part 7 – August 7, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Something New - Part 8 – August 14, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

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

Something to Worry About – March 1913 (Metropolitan, US)

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

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

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

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

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

Sound Cure, A (verse) – March 28, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Spare the Rod (verse) – September 8, 1902 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

Sportsmen, The – December 11, 1906 (The World, UK)

Spring Frock, The – December 1919 (The Strand, UK)

Spring Suit, The – July 12, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Spur Customs – November 21, 1902 (The Globe, UK)

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

Stage Actualities – October 3, 1906 (Punch, UK)

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

Stage Reform (verse) – February 9, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Stirring Scenes in War Stricken London – November 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

Stout Blue Line, The (verse) – June 23, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

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

Strange Experiences of an Artist’s Model – January 1921 (The Strand, UK)

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

Sublime to the Ridiculous, The (verse) – May 17, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Suffragette Songs (verse) – April 1907 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Summer Drama, The – October 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

Summer Stuff – September 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

Sundered Hearts – December 1920 (McClure’s, US)

Sundered Hearts – December 1920 (The Strand, UK)

Super-Novelists, The – June 1919 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

Tabloid Love Letters – (verse) March 7, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Take Your Choice of Musical Comedies – April 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

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

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

That Viennese Stuff – December 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

Theatrical Slump, The – February 1918 (Vanity Fair, US)

Theatrical Year, The – June 1920 (Vanity Fair, US)

Thin Blue Line, The (verse) – April 8, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

Thought Reader, The (verse) – December 25, 1906 (The World, UK)

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

Thoughts on Home Life – December 1914 (Vanity Fair, US)

Three from Dunsterville – August 1911 (The Strand, UK)

Three from Dunsterville - August 1912 (Pictorial Review, US)

Three Men and a Maid - Part 1 – October 1921 (Woman’s Home Companion, US)

Three Men and a Maid - Part 2 – November 1921 (Woman’s Home Companion, US)

Three Men and a Maid - Part 3 – December 1921 (Woman’s Home Companion, US)

Three New Musical Comedies – December 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

Three paragraphs by Wodehouse (and four by others) – March 11, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Three-in-One Presidential Candidate, The – August 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

Timely Chat about Gardens, A – June 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

Tip, The – September 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

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

To a Constable (verse) – March 14, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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

To a Policeman Poet (verse) – November 24, 1902 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

To an Amazon (verse) – August 17, 1904 (Punch, UK)

To an Unknown Colleague (verse by PGW’s brother Ernest Armine Wodehouse) – January 1, 1919 (Punch, UK)

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

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

To Thomas, Songster (verse) – March 15, 1907 (Daily Express, UK)

To William (whom we have missed) (verse) – December 31, 1902 (Punch, UK)

Tom Brown Question, The – December 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

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

Tommy’s Cap (verse) – December 29, 1904 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Tommy’s Teeth (verse) – March 16, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

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

Tough Times for Critics – May 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

Treating of Cribs – January 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Trials of a Hard Winter – February 1918 (Vanity Fair, US)

Tuppenny Millionaire, The – October 1912 (The Strand, UK)

Two Epigrams (verse) – October 26, 1905 (Vanity Fair, UK)

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

Two Spectacular Musical Reviews – January 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

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Ubique (verse) – November 1906 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

Ultimatum, An (verse) – February 1908 (Pearson’s, UK)

Umpire, The (verse) – July 1906 (Pearson’s, UK)

Under M.V.C. Rules – October 8, 1902 (Punch, UK)

Under the Flail – December 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Under the Flail – January 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Under the Flail – February 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Under the Flail – March 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Under the Flail – April 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Under the Flail – May 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Under the Flail – June 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Under the Flail – July 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Under the Flail – August 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Under the Flail – September 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Under the Flail – October 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Under the Flail – November 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Under the Flail – December 1901 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Under the Flail – January 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Under the Flail – February 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Under the Flail – March 1902 (Public School Magazine, UK)

Uneasy Money - Part 1 – December 4, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Uneasy Money - Part 2 – December 11, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Uneasy Money - Part 3 – December 18, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Uneasy Money - Part 4 – December 25, 1915 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Uneasy Money - Part 5 – January 1, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Uneasy Money - Part 6 – January 8, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Uneasy Money - Part 7 – January 15, 1916 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Uneasy Money: Part 1 – December 1916 (The Strand, UK)

Uneasy Money: Part 2 – January 1917 (The Strand, UK)

Uneasy Money: Part 3 – February 1917 (The Strand, UK)

Uneasy Money: Part 4 – March 1917 (The Strand, UK)

Uneasy Money: Part 5 – April 1917 (The Strand, UK)

Uneasy Money: Part 6 – May 1917 (The Strand, UK)

Uneasy Money: Part 7 – June 1917 (The Strand, UK)

Unemployed, The – February 12, 1907 (The World, UK)

Unexpected Clicking of Cuthbert, The – October 1921 (The Strand, UK)

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

Untitled (Judge Deuel) (verse) – February 8, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Untitled Limerick (verse) – June 21, 1906 (Vanity Fair, UK)

Useless Example, A (verse) – March 2, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

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Vale! (verse) – October 20, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Vale! (verse) – January 21, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Very First, The (verse) – September 1906 (Pearson’s, UK)

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

Virtues and Vices of Artists – December 1916 (The Lotus Magazine, US)

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

Visit to Mr. Hearst’s Health Farm, A – January 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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Walker, London – February 1, 1905 (The Globe, UK)

War Office Enquiry, A (verse) – April 15, 1903 (Punch, UK)

Warning, A (verse) – April 2, 1904 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Washy Makes His Presence Felt – August 1920 (The Strand, UK)

Washy Makes His Presence Felt – October 1920 (Cosmopolitan, US)

Wasted Sympathy (verse) – June 1909 (Pearson’s, UK)

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

Watchman, What of the Night? – April 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

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

What Do They All Do? – July 1909 (Van Norden, US)

What I Think – May 1905 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

What Really Happened To Hamlet – June 1915 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

When Doctors Disagree – December 1910 (The Strand, UK)

When Doctors Disagree – March 1911 (Success Magazine, US)

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

Where to Spend the Summer – July 1916 (Vanity Fair, US)

White Feather, The - Part 1 – October 1905 (The Captain, UK)

White Feather, The - Part 2 – November 1905 (The Captain, UK)

White Feather, The - Part 3 – December 1905 (The Captain, UK)

White Feather, The - Part 4 – January 1906 (The Captain, UK)

White Feather, The - Part 5 – February 1906 (The Captain, UK)

White Feather, The - Part 6 – March 1906 (The Captain, UK)

White Hope, The – May 1914 (Munsey’s Magazine)

Who Is William Shakespeare? – May 1920 (Vanity Fair, US)

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

Wigmore Venus, The – February 1921 (The Strand, UK)

Wigmore Venus, The – February 1921 (Cosmopolitan, US)

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

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

Winger and His Wicked Works, The – December 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

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

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

Wisdom of Folly, The (theatrical review) – October 18, 1902 (The Onlooker, UK)

With Reference to the Picture – November 5, 1902 (London Echo, UK)

Woman Is Only a Woman, A – June 7, 1919 (Saturday Evening Post, USA)

Woman Is Only a Woman, A – October 1919 (The Strand, UK)

Women Workers (verse) – February 1908 (The Books of Today and Tomorrow, UK)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Word in Season, A (verse) – June 18, 1903 (The Daily Chronicle, UK)

Work – December 1900 (Public School Magazine, UK)

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

Wrestling at the Halls – April 1902 (Sandow’s Magazine, UK)

Writing the Show at the Century – December 1917 (Vanity Fair, US)

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