Stories and articles from publications with only one Wodehouse item

 

Items with significant annotations are flagged with ✎ below.

Men who missed their own weddings — The Age (Melbourne, Australia), January 19, 1901

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

Wodehouse titled the above item “Strange Requests made of Doctors” when he entered it in his account book.

When Papa Swore in Hindustani — Answers (UK), August 24, 1901

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

✎ Mr. Halkett’s Romance — The Free Lance (UK), no. 69, January 25, 1902

The Pugilist in Fiction — Sandow’s Magazine (US), April 1903

✎ The Idle King — Sunday Magazine (UK), May 1903

✎ The Cricketer in Winter — Land and Water Illustrated (UK), November 26, 1904

✎ On Lyric Writing — Evening Standard and St. James’s Gazette (UK), May 2, 1906

Signs and Portents (a James Innes cricket story) — Stage and Sport (UK), May 19, 1906

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

Personally Conducted (a Joan Romney cricket story) — Cassell’s (UK), July 1907

✎ Living Among Ghosts — Ideas (UK), June 24, 1908

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

What Do They All Do? — Van Norden (US), July 1909

Providence and the Butler — The Washington Herald Literary Magazine (US), February 27, 1910

✎ Misunderstood — Nash’s Magazine (UK), May 1910

✎ Misunderstood — Burr McIntosh Monthly (US), May 1910

The Watch Dog — Hampton’s (US), May 1910

✎ Abe: A Lovingly Drawn Portrait of a New York Literary Agent — New York Tribune (US), September 24, 1910

✎ When Doctors Disagree — Success Magazine (US), March 1911

Rival of Monte Carlo — Evening Standard (Ogden, Utah, US), May 20, 1911

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

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

✎ Crowned Heads — The Argosy (US), April 1914

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

✎ Von Bernstorff: The Amazing Ambassador — West Australian (Perth, AU), February 5, 1915

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

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

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

Virtues and Vices of Artists — The Lotus Magazine (US), December 1916

✎ Personal Details — The Bookman (New York), January 1920

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

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