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Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper

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Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (26 july 1891)

Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper was a British weekly sunday newspaper, launched by Edward Lloyd in 1842 as Lloyd's Illustrated London Newspaper. In 1918, the newspaper was renamed Lloyd's Sunday News.

The newspaper published 2 short stories, 2 articles and 1 essay written by Arthur Conan Doyle between 1891 and 1922.



By Conan Doyle in Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper

Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper

1891

1894


Lloyd's Sunday News

1920

1922


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1929






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