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[[Arthur Conan Doyle]] was very prolific before, during and after [[Sherlock Holmes]]. He wrote more than 240 fictions (including 24 novels) of all genres like history, fantasy, adventure, science-fiction, crimes, drama, war... and more than 1200 other works as essays, pamphlets, articles, letters to the press, poems, interviews, plays... on every subjects such as politics, spiritualism, war, crimes, etc. This is the full bibliography of his published writings. See also [[Sir_Arthur_Conan_Doyle#His_Handwriting|his handwriting]] section.
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[[Arthur Conan Doyle]] was very prolific before, during and after [[Sherlock Holmes]]. He wrote more than 300 fictions (including 24 novels) of all genres like history, fantasy, adventure, science-fiction, crimes, drama, war... and more than 1200 other works as essays, pamphlets, articles, letters to the press, poems, interviews, plays... on every subjects such as politics, spiritualism, war, crimes, etc. This is the full bibliography of his published writings. See also [[Sir_Arthur_Conan_Doyle#His_Handwriting|his handwriting]] section.
  
 
The list below only shows original titles and first editions.
 
The list below only shows original titles and first editions.
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=== All (241) ===
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=== All (300) ===
  
 
'''ca. 1864~1865'''
 
'''ca. 1864~1865'''
 
* ''[[The Story of a Bengal Tiger]]'' (unpublished)
 
* ''[[The Story of a Bengal Tiger]]'' (unpublished)
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'''ca. 1870~1875'''
 
'''ca. 1870~1875'''
 
* [[The Judkin's Tragedy]] (The Wasp)
 
* [[The Judkin's Tragedy]] (The Wasp)
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'''ca. 1877'''
 
'''ca. 1877'''
 
* [[The Haunted Grange of Goresthorpe]] (unpublished until 2000)
 
* [[The Haunted Grange of Goresthorpe]] (unpublished until 2000)
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'''1879'''
 
'''1879'''
 
* [[The Mystery of Sasassa Valley]] (6 september 1879, [[Chambers's Journal]])
 
* [[The Mystery of Sasassa Valley]] (6 september 1879, [[Chambers's Journal]])
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'''1880'''
 
'''1880'''
 
* [[The American's Tale]] (december 1880, [[London Society]])
 
* [[The American's Tale]] (december 1880, [[London Society]])
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'''1881'''
 
'''1881'''
 
* [[A Night Among the Nihilists]] (april 1881, [[London Society]])
 
* [[A Night Among the Nihilists]] (april 1881, [[London Society]])
 
* [[That Little Square Box]] (december 1881, [[London Society]])
 
* [[That Little Square Box]] (december 1881, [[London Society]])
 
* [[The Gully of Bluemansdyke]] (december 1881, [[London Society]])
 
* [[The Gully of Bluemansdyke]] (december 1881, [[London Society]])
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'''1882'''
 
'''1882'''
 
* [[Bones, the April Fool of Harvey's Sluice]] (april 1882, [[London Society]])
 
* [[Bones, the April Fool of Harvey's Sluice]] (april 1882, [[London Society]])
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* [[That Veteran]] (2 september 1882, [[All The Year Round]])
 
* [[That Veteran]] (2 september 1882, [[All The Year Round]])
 
* [[My Friend the Murderer]] (december 1882, [[London Society]])
 
* [[My Friend the Murderer]] (december 1882, [[London Society]])
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'''1883'''
 
'''1883'''
 
* [[The Captain of the "Pole-Star"]] (january 1883, [[Temple Bar]])
 
* [[The Captain of the "Pole-Star"]] (january 1883, [[Temple Bar]])
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* [[The Silver Hatchet]] (christmas 1883, [[London Society]])
 
* [[The Silver Hatchet]] (christmas 1883, [[London Society]])
 
* [[An Exciting Christmas Eve]] (christmas 1883, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
 
* [[An Exciting Christmas Eve]] (christmas 1883, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
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'''1884'''
 
'''1884'''
 
* [[J. Habakuk Jephson's Statement]] (january 1884, [[The Cornhill Magazine]])
 
* [[J. Habakuk Jephson's Statement]] (january 1884, [[The Cornhill Magazine]])
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* [[The Tragedians]] (20 august 1884, [[Bow Bells]]) aka ''The Actor's Duel''
 
* [[The Tragedians]] (20 august 1884, [[Bow Bells]]) aka ''The Actor's Duel''
 
* [[Crabbe's Practice]] (christmas 1884, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
 
* [[Crabbe's Practice]] (christmas 1884, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
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'''1885'''
 
'''1885'''
 
* [[The Man from Archangel]] (january 1885, [[London Society]])
 
* [[The Man from Archangel]] (january 1885, [[London Society]])
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* [[The Parson of Jackman's Gulch]] (december 1885, [[London Society]])
 
* [[The Parson of Jackman's Gulch]] (december 1885, [[London Society]])
 
* [[The Fate of the Evangeline]] (christmas 1885, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
 
* [[The Fate of the Evangeline]] (christmas 1885, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
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'''1886'''
 
'''1886'''
 
* [[Touch and Go: A Midshipman's Story]] (april 1886, [[Cassell's Family Magazine]])
 
* [[Touch and Go: A Midshipman's Story]] (april 1886, [[Cassell's Family Magazine]])
 
* [[Cyprian Overbeck Wells. A Literary Mosaic]] (christmas 1886, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
 
* [[Cyprian Overbeck Wells. A Literary Mosaic]] (christmas 1886, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
 
[[File:beetons-christmas-annual-1887.jpg|thumb|100px|right|[[A Study in Scarlet]] in [[Beeton's Christmas Annual]] (november 1887)]]
 
[[File:beetons-christmas-annual-1887.jpg|thumb|100px|right|[[A Study in Scarlet]] in [[Beeton's Christmas Annual]] (november 1887)]]
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'''1887'''
 
'''1887'''
 
* [[Uncle Jeremy's Household]] (8 january - 19 february 1887, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
 
* [[Uncle Jeremy's Household]] (8 january - 19 february 1887, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
* [[A Study in Scarlet]] (november 1887, [[Beeton's Christmas Annual]])
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* [[A Study in Scarlet]] (november 1887, [[Beeton's Christmas Annual]]) ''novel''
 
* [[The Stone of Boxman's Drift]] (christmas 1887, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
 
* [[The Stone of Boxman's Drift]] (christmas 1887, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
 +
 
'''1888'''
 
'''1888'''
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* [[Angels of Darkness]] (''never published nor performed'') ''play''
 
* [[John Huxford's Hiatus]] (june 1888, [[The Cornhill Magazine]])
 
* [[John Huxford's Hiatus]] (june 1888, [[The Cornhill Magazine]])
* [[The Mystery of Cloomber]] (december 1888, [[Ward & Downey]])
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* [[The Mystery of Cloomber]] (30 aug - 8 nov 1888, [[The Pall Mall Budget]]) ''novel''
 +
 
 
'''1889'''
 
'''1889'''
* [[Micah Clarke]] (january 1889, [[Longmans, Green & Co.]])
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* [[Micah Clarke]] (january 1889, [[Longmans, Green & Co.]]) ''novel''
 +
 
 
'''1889-1890'''
 
'''1889-1890'''
* [[The Firm of Girdlestone]] (27 october 1889, [[People]])
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* [[The Firm of Girdlestone]] (27 october 1889, [[The People]]) ''novel''
 +
 
 
'''1890'''
 
'''1890'''
 
* [[The Ring of Thoth]] (january 1890, [[The Cornhill Magazine]])
 
* [[The Ring of Thoth]] (january 1890, [[The Cornhill Magazine]])
* [[The Sign of Four]] (february 1890, [[Lippincott's Magazine]])
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* [[The Sign of Four]] (february 1890, [[Lippincott's Magazine]]) ''novel''
 
* [[A Physiologist's Wife]] (september 1890, [[Blackwood's Magazine]])
 
* [[A Physiologist's Wife]] (september 1890, [[Blackwood's Magazine]])
 
* [[The Surgeon of Gaster Fell]] (6-27 december 1890, [[Chambers's Journal]])
 
* [[The Surgeon of Gaster Fell]] (6-27 december 1890, [[Chambers's Journal]])
* [[A Pastoral Horror]] (21 december 1890, [[People]])
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* [[A Pastoral Horror]] (21 december 1890, [[The People]])
 +
 
 
'''1891'''
 
'''1891'''
* [[The White Company]] (january-december 1891, [[The Cornhill Magazine]])
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* [[The White Company]] (january-december 1891, [[The Cornhill Magazine]]) ''novel''
 
* [[Our Midnight Visitor]] (february 1891, [[Temple Bar]])
 
* [[Our Midnight Visitor]] (february 1891, [[Temple Bar]])
 
* [[The Voice of Science]] (march 1891, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Voice of Science]] (march 1891, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[The Boscombe Valley Mystery]] (october 1891, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Boscombe Valley Mystery]] (october 1891, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Five Orange Pips]] (november 1891, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Five Orange Pips]] (november 1891, [[The Strand Magazine]])
* [[A Sordid Affair]] (29 november 1891, [[People]])
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* [[A Sordid Affair]] (29 november 1891, [[The People]])
 
* [[The Man with the Twisted Lip]] (december 1891, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Man with the Twisted Lip]] (december 1891, [[The Strand Magazine]])
* [[The Doings of Raffles Haw]] (december 1891, [[Cassell & Co., Ltd.]])
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* [[The Doings of Raffles Haw]] (11 july - 15 august 1891, [[Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette]]) ''novel''
 
* [[The Fate of Fenella]] (19 december 1891, [[The Gentlewoman]])
 
* [[The Fate of Fenella]] (19 december 1891, [[The Gentlewoman]])
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* [[The Great Brown-Pericord Motor]] (19 december 1891, [[The Cheshire Observer]])
 
* [[A False Start]] (Christmas 1891, [[The Gentlewoman]])
 
* [[A False Start]] (Christmas 1891, [[The Gentlewoman]])
* [[Beyond the City]] (christmas 1891, [[Good Words]])
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* [[Beyond the City]] (christmas 1891, [[Good Words]]) ''novel''
 +
 
 
'''1892'''
 
'''1892'''
 
* [[Out of the Running]] (2 january 1892, [[Black & White]])
 
* [[Out of the Running]] (2 january 1892, [[Black & White]])
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* [[The Adventure of the Speckled Band]] (february 1892, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Speckled Band]] (february 1892, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb]] (march 1892, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb]] (march 1892, [[The Strand Magazine]])
* [[The Great Brown-Pericord Motor]] (5 march 1892, [[The Ludgate Weekly Magazine]])
 
 
* [[De Profundis]] (march 1892, [[The Idler]])
 
* [[De Profundis]] (march 1892, [[The Idler]])
* [[The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor]] (12 march 1892, [[The Courier-Journal, Louisville]])
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* [[The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor]] (12 march 1892, [[The Courier-Journal]])
 
* [[A Regimental Scandal]] (14 may 1892, [[The Indianapolis News]])
 
* [[A Regimental Scandal]] (14 may 1892, [[The Indianapolis News]])
* [[The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet]] (may 1892, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet]] (may 1892, [[The Indianapolis News]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Copper Beeches]] (june 1892, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Copper Beeches]] (june 1892, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[A Question of Diplomacy]] (Summer 1892, [[The Illustrated London News]])
 
* [[A Question of Diplomacy]] (Summer 1892, [[The Illustrated London News]])
 
* [[Lot No. 249]] (september 1892, [[Harper's Monthly Magazine]])
 
* [[Lot No. 249]] (september 1892, [[Harper's Monthly Magazine]])
 
* [[Jelland's Voyage]] (12 november 1892, [[Harper's Weekly]])
 
* [[Jelland's Voyage]] (12 november 1892, [[Harper's Weekly]])
* [[The Great Shadow]] (december 1892, [[Arrowsmith's Christmas Annual]])
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* [[The Great Shadow]] (december 1892, [[Arrowsmith's Christmas Annual]]) ''novel''
 
* [[The Adventure of Silver Blaze]] (december 1892, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of Silver Blaze]] (december 1892, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Los Amigos Fiasco]] (december 1892, [[The Idler]])
 
* [[The Los Amigos Fiasco]] (december 1892, [[The Idler]])
 +
 
'''1893'''
 
'''1893'''
* [[The Refugees]] (january 1893, [[Harper's Monthly Magazine]])
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* [[The Refugees]] (january 1893, [[Harper's Monthly Magazine]]) ''novel''
 
* [[The Adventure of the Cardboard Box]] (january 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Cardboard Box]] (january 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Yellow Face]] (february 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Yellow Face]] (february 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[The Adventure of the Gloria Scott]] (april 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Gloria Scott]] (april 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual]] (may 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual]] (may 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
* [[Jane Annie; or, the Good Conduct Prize]] (may 1893, [[Chappell & Co.]]) ''play''
 
* [[The Adventure of the Reigate Squire]] (june 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Reigate Squire]] (june 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Green Flag]] (june 1893, [[The Pall Mall Magazine]])
 
* [[The Green Flag]] (june 1893, [[The Pall Mall Magazine]])
 +
* [[Foreign Policy]] (3-9 june 1893) ''play''
 
* [[The Adventure of the Crooked Man]] (july 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Crooked Man]] (july 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Resident Patient]] (august 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])  
 
* [[The Adventure of the Resident Patient]] (august 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])  
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* [[The Case of Lady Sannox]] (november 1893, [[The Idler]])
 
* [[The Case of Lady Sannox]] (november 1893, [[The Idler]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Final Problem]] (december 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Final Problem]] (december 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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'''1894'''
 
'''1894'''
 
* [[The Doctors of Hoyland]] (april 1894, [[The Idler]])
 
* [[The Doctors of Hoyland]] (april 1894, [[The Idler]])
 
* [[Sweethearts]] (june 1894, [[The Idler]])
 
* [[Sweethearts]] (june 1894, [[The Idler]])
 
* [[The Lord of Château Noir]] (july 1894, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Lord of Château Noir]] (july 1894, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
* [[A Story of Waterloo]] (21 september 1894) ''play''
 
* [[A Medical Document]] (23 october 1894, in [[Round the Red Lamp]])
 
* [[A Medical Document]] (23 october 1894, in [[Round the Red Lamp]])
 
* [[The Third Generation]] (23 october 1894, in [[Round the Red Lamp]])
 
* [[The Third Generation]] (23 october 1894, in [[Round the Red Lamp]])
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* [[Behind the Times]] (23 october 1894, in [[Round the Red Lamp]])
 
* [[Behind the Times]] (23 october 1894, in [[Round the Red Lamp]])
 
* [[The Curse of Eve]] (23 october 1894, in [[Round the Red Lamp]])
 
* [[The Curse of Eve]] (23 october 1894, in [[Round the Red Lamp]])
* [[The Parasite]] (10 november 1894, [[Harper's Weekly]])
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* [[The Parasite]] (10 november 1894, [[Harper's Weekly]]) ''novel''
 
* [[A Foreign Office Romance]] (10 november 1894, [[The Indianapolis News]])
 
* [[A Foreign Office Romance]] (10 november 1894, [[The Indianapolis News]])
 
* [[The Medal of Brigadier Gerard]] (december 1894, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Medal of Brigadier Gerard]] (december 1894, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1895'''
 
'''1895'''
* [[The Stark Munro Letters]] (1895, [[The Idler]])
+
* [[The Stark Munro Letters]] (1895, [[The Idler]]) ''novel''
 
* [[The Recollections of Captain Wilkie]] (19 january 1895, [[Chambers's Journal]])
 
* [[The Recollections of Captain Wilkie]] (19 january 1895, [[Chambers's Journal]])
 
* [[How the Brigadier Held the King]] (april 1895, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[How the Brigadier Held the King]] (april 1895, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[How the Brigadier was Tempted by the Devil]] (september 1895, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[How the Brigadier was Tempted by the Devil]] (september 1895, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[How the Brigadier Played for a Kingdom]] (december 1895, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[How the Brigadier Played for a Kingdom]] (december 1895, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1896'''
 
'''1896'''
* [[Rodney Stone]] (january-december 1896, [[The Strand Magazine]])
+
* [[Rodney Stone]] (january-december 1896, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''novel''
 
* [[The Field Bazaar]] (20 november 1896, [[Student]])
 
* [[The Field Bazaar]] (20 november 1896, [[Student]])
 
* [[The Three Correspondents]] (october 1896, [[The Windsor Magazine]])
 
* [[The Three Correspondents]] (october 1896, [[The Windsor Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1896-1897'''
 
'''1896-1897'''
* [[Uncle Bernac]] (december 1896-january 1897, [[Horace Cox]])
+
* [[Uncle Bernac]] (december 1896-january 1897, [[Horace Cox]]) ''novel''
 +
 
 
'''1897'''
 
'''1897'''
 
* [[The Governor of St. Kitt's|Tales of the High Seas: I. The Governor of St. Kitt's]] (january 1897, [[Pearson's Magazine]])
 
* [[The Governor of St. Kitt's|Tales of the High Seas: I. The Governor of St. Kitt's]] (january 1897, [[Pearson's Magazine]])
 
* [[The Two Barques|Tales of the High Seas: II. The Two Barques]] (march 1897, [[Pearson's Magazine]])
 
* [[The Two Barques|Tales of the High Seas: II. The Two Barques]] (march 1897, [[Pearson's Magazine]])
 
* [[The Voyage of Copley Banks|Tales of the High Seas: III. The Voyage of Copley Banks]] (may 1897, [[Pearson's Magazine]])
 
* [[The Voyage of Copley Banks|Tales of the High Seas: III. The Voyage of Copley Banks]] (may 1897, [[Pearson's Magazine]])
* [[The Tragedy of the Korosko]] (june-december 1897, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[The Tragedy of the Korosko]] (june-december 1897, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''novel''
 
* [[The Striped Chest]] (july 1897, [[Pearson's Magazine]])
 
* [[The Striped Chest]] (july 1897, [[Pearson's Magazine]])
 
* [[The Fiend of the Cooperage]] (1 october 1897, [[The Manchester Weekly Times]])
 
* [[The Fiend of the Cooperage]] (1 october 1897, [[The Manchester Weekly Times]])
 +
 
'''1898'''
 
'''1898'''
 
* [[The New Catacomb]] (1898, [[The Sunlight Year-Book]])
 
* [[The New Catacomb]] (1898, [[The Sunlight Year-Book]])
 
* [[The Confession]] (17 january 1898, [[The Star]])
 
* [[The Confession]] (17 january 1898, [[The Star]])
 
* [[The Story of the Beetle Hunter]] (june 1898, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Story of the Beetle Hunter]] (june 1898, [[The Strand Magazine]])
* [[The Story of the Man with Watches]] (july 1898, [[The Strand Magazine]])
+
* [[The Story of the Man with the Watches]] (july 1898, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The King of the Foxes]] (july 1898, [[The Windsor Magazine]])
 
* [[The King of the Foxes]] (july 1898, [[The Windsor Magazine]])
 
* [[The Story of the Lost Special]] (august 1898, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Story of the Lost Special]] (august 1898, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[The Retirement of Signor Lambert]] (december 1898, [[Pearson's Magazine]])
 
* [[The Retirement of Signor Lambert]] (december 1898, [[Pearson's Magazine]])
 
* [[A Shadow Before]] (december 1898, [[The Windsor Magazine]])
 
* [[A Shadow Before]] (december 1898, [[The Windsor Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1899'''
 
'''1899'''
 
* [[The Story of the Japanned Box]] (january 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Story of the Japanned Box]] (january 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Story of the Jew's Breast-Plate]] (february 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Story of the Jew's Breast-Plate]] (february 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Story of B 24]] (march 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Story of B 24]] (march 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
* [[A Duet, with an Occasional Chorus]] (23 march 1899, [[Grant Richards]])
+
* [[A Duet, with an Occasional Chorus]] (23 march 1899, [[Grant Richards]]) ''novel''
 
* [[The Story of the Latin Tutor]] (april 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Story of the Latin Tutor]] (april 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
* [[Halves]] aka [[Halves|Brothers]] (10-15 april 1899) ''play''
 
* [[The Story of the Brown Hand]] (may 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Story of the Brown Hand]] (may 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Croxley Master]] (october-december 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Croxley Master]] (october-december 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 +
 
'''1900'''
 
'''1900'''
 
* [[The Crime of the Brigadier]] (january 1900, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Crime of the Brigadier]] (january 1900, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[Playing with Fire]] (march 1900, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[Playing with Fire]] (march 1900, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[An Impression of the Regency]] (august 1900, [[Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper|Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly]])
 
* [[An Impression of the Regency]] (august 1900, [[Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper|Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly]])
 +
 
'''1901-1902'''
 
'''1901-1902'''
* [[The Hound of the Baskervilles]] (august 1901 - may 1902, [[The Strand Magazine]])
+
* [[The Hound of the Baskervilles]] (august 1901 - may 1902, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''novel''
 +
 
 
'''1902'''
 
'''1902'''
 
* [[How Brigadier Gerard Lost His Ear]] (august 1902, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[How Brigadier Gerard Lost His Ear]] (august 1902, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[How the Brigadier Saved the Army]] (november 1902, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[How the Brigadier Saved the Army]] (november 1902, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[How the Brigadier Rode to Minsk]] (december 1902, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[How the Brigadier Rode to Minsk]] (december 1902, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
* [[A Duet, A duologue]]  ''play''
 +
* [[Adventures of Brigadier Gerard - play 1903|Adventures of Brigadier Gerard]] ''play''
 +
 
'''1903'''
 
'''1903'''
 
* [[Brigadier Gerard at Waterloo]] (january-february 1903, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[Brigadier Gerard at Waterloo]] (january-february 1903, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[The Adventure of the Dancing Men]] (december 1903, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Dancing Men]] (december 1903, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist]] (december 1903, [[Collier's]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist]] (december 1903, [[Collier's]])
 +
 
'''1904'''
 
'''1904'''
 
* [[The Adventure of the Priory School]] (january 1904, [[Collier's]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Priory School]] (january 1904, [[Collier's]])
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* [[The Adventure of the Abbey Grange]] (september 1904, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Abbey Grange]] (september 1904, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Second Stain]] (december 1904, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Second Stain]] (december 1904, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1905-1906'''
 
'''1905-1906'''
* [[Sir Nigel]] (december 1905 - december 1906, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''Sir Nigel''
+
* [[Sir Nigel]] (december 1905 - december 1906, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''novel''
 +
 
 
'''1907'''
 
'''1907'''
 
* [[A Story of Waterloo|Waterloo]] (1907, [[Samuel French Ltd.]])
 
* [[A Story of Waterloo|Waterloo]] (1907, [[Samuel French Ltd.]])
 +
 
'''1908'''
 
'''1908'''
 
* [[The Pot of Caviare]] (march 1908, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Pot of Caviare]] (march 1908, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge]] (august 1908, [[Collier's]])
 
* [[The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge]] (august 1908, [[Collier's]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans]] (december 1908, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans]] (december 1908, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1909'''
 
'''1909'''
 +
* [[The Fires of Fate (play 1909)|The Fires of Fate]]  (15 june - 11 august 1909) ''play''
 
* [[The Lord of Falconbridge]] (august 1909, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Lord of Falconbridge]] (august 1909, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
* [[The House of Temperley (play 1909-1910)|The House of Temperley]] (september 1909) ''play''
 
* [[The Home-Coming]] (december 1909, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Home-Coming]] (december 1909, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1910'''
 
'''1910'''
 +
* [[The Speckled Band: An Adventure of Sherlock Holmes]] (4 june 1910) ''play''
 
* [[The Terror of Blue John Gap]] (august 1910, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Terror of Blue John Gap]] (august 1910, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Marriage of the Brigadier]] (september 1910, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Marriage of the Brigadier]] (september 1910, [[The Strand Magazine]])
* [[The Last Galley]] (november 1910, [[London Magazine]])
+
* [[The Last Galley]] (november 1910, [[The London Magazine]])
 
* [[The Coming of the Huns|Through the Mists: I. The Coming of the Huns]] (november 1910, [[Scribner's Magazine]])
 
* [[The Coming of the Huns|Through the Mists: I. The Coming of the Huns]] (november 1910, [[Scribner's Magazine]])
* [[The Last of the Legions]] (december 1910, [[London Magazine]])  
+
* [[The Last of the Legions]] (december 1910, [[The London Magazine]])  
 
* [[The First Cargo|Through the Mists: II. The First Cargo]] (december 1910, [[Scribner's Magazine]])
 
* [[The First Cargo|Through the Mists: II. The First Cargo]] (december 1910, [[Scribner's Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Devil's Foot]] (december 1910, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Devil's Foot]] (december 1910, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1911'''
 
'''1911'''
 
* [[The Red Star|Through the Mists: III. The Red Star]] (january 1911, [[Scribner's Magazine]])
 
* [[The Red Star|Through the Mists: III. The Red Star]] (january 1911, [[Scribner's Magazine]])
* [[The Contest]] (march 1911, [[Pearson's Magazine]])
+
* [[The Contest]] (march 1911, [[New-York Tribune]])
* [[An Iconoclast]] (5 march 1911, Sunday Magazine of the New York Tribune)
+
* [[An Iconoclast]] (5 march 1911,[[New-York Tribune]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Red Circle]] (march-april 1911, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Red Circle]] (march-april 1911, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Blighting of Sharkey]] (april 1911, [[Pearson's Magazine]])
 
* [[The Blighting of Sharkey]] (april 1911, [[Pearson's Magazine]])
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* [[One Crowded Hour]] (august 1911, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[One Crowded Hour]] (august 1911, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax]] (december 1911, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax]] (december 1911, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1912'''
 
'''1912'''
* [[The Lost World]] (april-november 1912, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''Le Monde perdu''
+
* [[The Lost World]] (april-november 1912, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''novel''
 
* [[The Fall of Lord Barrymore]] (december 1912, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Fall of Lord Barrymore]] (december 1912, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1913'''
 
'''1913'''
* [[The Poison Belt]] (march-july 1913, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''La Ceinture empoisonnée''
+
* [[The Poison Belt]] (march-july 1913, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''novel''
 
* [[How It Happened]] (september 1913, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[How It Happened]] (september 1913, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[Borrowed Scenes]] (september 1913, [[The Pall Mall Magazine]])
 
* [[Borrowed Scenes]] (september 1913, [[The Pall Mall Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Dying Detective]] (november 1913, [[Collier's]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Dying Detective]] (november 1913, [[Collier's]])
* [[The Horror of the Heights]] (november 1913, [[The Strand Magazine]])  
+
* [[The Horror of the Heights]] (november 1913, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
* [[Mrs. Thompson]] (''never published nor performed'') ''play''
 +
 
 
'''1914'''
 
'''1914'''
 +
* [[Dawn (play)|Dawn]] (june 1914) ''play''
 
* [[Danger!]] (july 1914, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[Danger!]] (july 1914, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1914-1915'''
 
'''1914-1915'''
* [[The Valley of Fear]] (september 1914 - may 1915, [[The Strand Magazine]])
+
* [[The Valley of Fear]] (september 1914 - may 1915, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''novel''
 +
 
 
'''1916'''
 
'''1916'''
 
* [[The Prisoner's Defence]] (8 january 1916, [[Collier's]])
 
* [[The Prisoner's Defence]] (8 january 1916, [[Collier's]])
 +
 
'''1917'''
 
'''1917'''
 
* [[His Last Bow]] (september 1917, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[His Last Bow]] (september 1917, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1918'''
 
'''1918'''
 
* [[Three of Them|Three of Them: I. A Chat About Children, Snakes and Zebus]] (april 1918, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[Three of Them|Three of Them: I. A Chat About Children, Snakes and Zebus]] (april 1918, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[Three of Them|Three of Them: V. About Naughtiness and Frogs and Historical Pictures]] (december 1918, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[Three of Them|Three of Them: V. About Naughtiness and Frogs and Historical Pictures]] (december 1918, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[A Point of View]] (4 december 1918, [[John Murray]])
 
* [[A Point of View]] (4 december 1918, [[John Murray]])
 +
 
'''1921'''
 
'''1921'''
 +
* [[The Crown Diamond: An Evening with Sherlock Holmes]] (2 may 1921) ''play''
 
* [[The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone]] (november 1921, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone]] (november 1921, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Bully of Brocas Court]] (november 1921, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Bully of Brocas Court]] (november 1921, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Nightmare Room]] (december 1921, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Nightmare Room]] (december 1921, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1922'''
 
'''1922'''
 
* [[The Problem of Thor Bridge]] (february-march 1922, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Problem of Thor Bridge]] (february-march 1922, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Lift]] (april 1922, [[Hearst's]])
 
* [[The Lift]] (april 1922, [[Hearst's]])
 +
* [[The Journey]] (21 september 1922, [[John Murray]]) ''play''
 
* [[The Centurion]] (october 1922, [[Hearst's|Hearst's International]])  
 
* [[The Centurion]] (october 1922, [[Hearst's|Hearst's International]])  
 
* [[A Point of Contact]] (october 1922, [[The Storyteller]])
 
* [[A Point of Contact]] (october 1922, [[The Storyteller]])
 
* [[Billy Bones]] (december 1922, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[Billy Bones]] (december 1922, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1923'''
 
'''1923'''
 
* [[The Adventure of the Creeping Man]] (march 1923, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Creeping Man]] (march 1923, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1924'''
 
'''1924'''
 
* [[How Watson Learned the Trick]] (1924, in The Book of Queen's Doll's House)
 
* [[How Watson Learned the Trick]] (1924, in The Book of Queen's Doll's House)
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* [[The Adventure of the Three Garridebs]] (october 1924, [[Collier's]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Three Garridebs]] (october 1924, [[Collier's]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Illustrious Client]] (november 1924, [[Collier's]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Illustrious Client]] (november 1924, [[Collier's]])
 +
 
'''1925-1926'''
 
'''1925-1926'''
* [[The Land of Mist]] (july 1925-may 1926, [[The Strand Magazine]])
+
* [[The Land of Mist]] (july 1925-may 1926, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''novel''
 +
 
 
'''1926'''
 
'''1926'''
 
* [[The Adventure of the Three Gables]] (september 1926, [[Liberty]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Three Gables]] (september 1926, [[Liberty]])
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* [[The Adventure of the Lion's Mane]] (november 1926, [[Liberty]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Lion's Mane]] (november 1926, [[Liberty]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Retired Colourman]] (december 1926, [[Liberty]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Retired Colourman]] (december 1926, [[Liberty]])
 +
 
'''1927'''
 
'''1927'''
 
* [[The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger]] (january 1927, [[Liberty]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger]] (january 1927, [[Liberty]])
 
* [[The Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place]] (march 1927, [[Liberty]])
 
* [[The Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place]] (march 1927, [[Liberty]])
 +
 
'''1927-1928'''
 
'''1927-1928'''
* [[The Maracot Deep]] (october 1927-february 1928, [[The Strand Magazine]])
+
* [[The Maracot Deep]] (october 1927-february 1928, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''novel''
 +
 
 
'''1928'''
 
'''1928'''
 
* [[When the World Screamed]] (april-may 1928, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[When the World Screamed]] (april-may 1928, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Story of Spedegue's Dropper]] (october 1928, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Story of Spedegue's Dropper]] (october 1928, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 
'''1929'''
 
'''1929'''
 
* [[The Disintegration Machine]] (january 1929, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Disintegration Machine]] (january 1929, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Maracot Deep|The Lord of the Dark Face]] (april-may 1929, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Maracot Deep|The Lord of the Dark Face]] (april-may 1929, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Death Voyage]] (28 september 1929, [[The Saturday Evening Post]])
 
* [[The Death Voyage]] (28 september 1929, [[The Saturday Evening Post]])
 +
 
'''1930'''
 
'''1930'''
 
* [[The Last Resource]] (16 august 1930, [[Liberty]])
 
* [[The Last Resource]] (16 august 1930, [[Liberty]])
 
* [[The End of Devil Hawker]] (23 august 1930, [[The Saturday Evening Post]])  
 
* [[The End of Devil Hawker]] (23 august 1930, [[The Saturday Evening Post]])  
 
* [[The Parish Magazine]] (august 1930, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Parish Magazine]] (august 1930, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
 
'''2011 (posthume)'''
 
'''2011 (posthume)'''
* [[The Narrative of John Smith]] (26 september 2011, British Library)
+
* [[The Narrative of John Smith]] (26 september 2011, British Library) ''novel''
 +
 
 +
'''Undated'''
  
 +
* [[Admiral Denver]] (''7 pages draft'') ''play''
 +
* [[The Criminal]] (''12 pages draft'') ''play''
 +
* [[The Black Hawk]] (''9 pages draft'') ''play''
 +
* [[The Flights of Dr Curtius]] (''14 pages synopsis'') ''play''
  
  
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'''1884'''
 
'''1884'''
* [[The Portsmouth Young Men's Christian Association and their Rev. Critic]] (27 march 1884, [[Evening News (Portsmouth)|Evening News [Portsmouth]]]) ''letter''
+
* [[The Portsmouth Young Men's Christian Association and their Rev. Critic]] (27 march 1884, [[The Evening News (Portsmouth)]]) ''letter''
 
* [[A Day on "The Island"]] (25 april 1884, [[The British Journal of Photography]]) ''article''
 
* [[A Day on "The Island"]] (25 april 1884, [[The British Journal of Photography]]) ''article''
 
* [[Easter Monday with the Camera]] (23 may 1884, [[The British Journal of Photography]]) ''article''
 
* [[Easter Monday with the Camera]] (23 may 1884, [[The British Journal of Photography]]) ''article''
* [[American Medical Diplomas]] (23 september 1884, [[Evening News (Portsmouth)|Evening News [Portsmouth]]]) ''letter''
+
* [[American Medical Diplomas]] (23 september 1884, [[The Evening News (Portsmouth)]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Remote Effects of Gout]] (29 november 1884, [[The Lancet]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Remote Effects of Gout]] (29 november 1884, [[The Lancet]]) ''letter''
  
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'''1886'''
 
'''1886'''
 
* [[Carlyle: His Character and Philosophy]] (29 january 1886, [[The Hampshire Post]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Carlyle: His Character and Philosophy]] (29 january 1886, [[The Hampshire Post]]) ''letter''
* [[The Proposed Recreation Ground at North End]] (7 may 1886, [[Evening News (Portsmouth)|Evening News [Portsmouth]]]) ''letter''
+
* [[The Proposed Recreation Ground at North End]] (7 may 1886, [[The Evening News (Portsmouth)]]) ''letter''
* [[The Unionist Platform]] (6 july 1886, [[Evening News (Portsmouth)|Evening News [Portsmouth]]]) ''letter''
+
* [[The Unionist Platform]] (6 july 1886, [[The Evening News (Portsmouth)]]) ''letter''
  
 
'''1887'''
 
'''1887'''
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* [[The Liberal Unionists]] (27 april 1888, [[The Hampshire Post]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Liberal Unionists]] (27 april 1888, [[The Hampshire Post]]) ''letter''
 
* [[On the Geographical Distribution of British Intellect]] (august 1888, [[The Nineteenth Century]]) ''article''
 
* [[On the Geographical Distribution of British Intellect]] (august 1888, [[The Nineteenth Century]]) ''article''
* [[Hampshire Worthies]] (2 august 1888, [[Evening News (Portsmouth)|Evening News [Portsmouth]]]) ''letter''
+
* [[Hampshire Worthies]] (2 august 1888, [[The Evening News (Portsmouth)]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Hampshire Celebrities]] (17 august 1888, [[Hampshire Post and Sussex Observer]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Hampshire Celebrities]] (17 august 1888, [[Hampshire Post and Sussex Observer]]) ''letter''
 
'''1889'''
 
'''1889'''
 
* [[The Bravoes of Market-Drayton]] (24 august 1889, [[Chambers's Journal]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Bravoes of Market-Drayton]] (24 august 1889, [[Chambers's Journal]]) ''article''
* [[Mr. Shutte's Critic]] (20 november 1889, [[Evening News (Portsmouth)|Evening News [Portsmouth]]]) ''letter''
+
* [[Mr. Shutte's Critic]] (20 november 1889, [[The Evening News (Portsmouth)]]) ''letter''
  
 
'''1890'''
 
'''1890'''
 
* [[Mr. Stevenson's Methods in Fiction]] (january 1890, [[National Review]]) ''article''
 
* [[Mr. Stevenson's Methods in Fiction]] (january 1890, [[National Review]]) ''article''
* [[Income Tax Assessment]] (1 november 1890, [[Evening News (Portsmouth)|Evening News [Portsmouth]]]) ''letter''
+
* [[Income Tax Assessment]] (1 november 1890, [[The Evening News (Portsmouth)]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Consumption Cure]] (20 november 1890, [[The Daily Telegraph]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Consumption Cure]] (20 november 1890, [[The Daily Telegraph]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Duello in France]] (december 1890, [[The Cornhill Magazine]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Duello in France]] (december 1890, [[The Cornhill Magazine]]) ''article''
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'''1894'''
 
'''1894'''
* [[Another Letter from Conan Doyle]] (27 january 1894, [[The Critic]]) ''letter''
+
* [[Another Letter from Dr. Doyle]] (27 january 1894, [[The Critic]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Paris in 1894: A Superficial Impression]] (21 april 1894, [[The Speaker]]) ''article''
 
* [[Paris in 1894: A Superficial Impression]] (21 april 1894, [[The Speaker]]) ''article''
 
* [[Esther Waters and the Libraries]] (1 may 1894, [[The Daily Chronicle]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Esther Waters and the Libraries]] (1 may 1894, [[The Daily Chronicle]]) ''letter''
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'''1899'''
 
'''1899'''
* [[A True Story of the Tragedy of Flowery Land]] (19 march 1899, [[The Courier-Journal, Louisville]])
+
* [[A True Story of the Tragedy of Flowery Land]] (19 march 1899, [[The Courier-Journal]])
 
* [[What I Wanted to Be]] (april 1899, [[The Captain]]) ''article''
 
* [[What I Wanted to Be]] (april 1899, [[The Captain]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Ethics of Criticism (15 may 1899)|The Ethics of Criticism]] (15 may 1899, [[The Daily Chronicle]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Ethics of Criticism (15 may 1899)|The Ethics of Criticism]] (15 may 1899, [[The Daily Chronicle]]) ''letter''
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* [[Captain Malcolm Leckie, D.S.O., R.A.M.C. who died of wounds on August 28th, at Frameries, near Mons.]] (2 january 1915, [[Guy's Hospital Gazette]]) ''obituary''
 
* [[Captain Malcolm Leckie, D.S.O., R.A.M.C. who died of wounds on August 28th, at Frameries, near Mons.]] (2 january 1915, [[Guy's Hospital Gazette]]) ''obituary''
 
* [[Life-saving in Men-of-War]] (5 january 1915, [[Daily Mail]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Life-saving in Men-of-War]] (5 january 1915, [[Daily Mail]]) ''letter''
* [[How the Boer War Prepared us for The Great War]] (15 january 1915, [[War Illustrated]]) ''article''
+
* [[How the Boer War Prepared us for The Great War]] (15 january 1915, [[The War Illustrated]]) ''article''
 
* [[Saving our Seamen]] (22 january 1915, [[The Daily Chronicle]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Saving our Seamen]] (22 january 1915, [[The Daily Chronicle]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Germany's Policy of Murder]] (6 february 1915, [[The New-York Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Germany's Policy of Murder]] (6 february 1915, [[The New-York Times]]) ''letter''
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* [[Home Guards]] (29 may 1915, [[The Spectator]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Home Guards]] (29 may 1915, [[The Spectator]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The following messages have been received from Distinguished Members and Graduates of the University]] (8 july 1915, [[Student]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The following messages have been received from Distinguished Members and Graduates of the University]] (8 july 1915, [[Student]]) ''letter''
* [[Charges Rupprect with Death Order]] (11 july 1915, [[The New-York Times]]) ''article''
+
* [[Charges Rupprecht with Death Order]] (11 july 1915, [[The New-York Times]]) ''article''
 
* [[Can We Win Without Conscription?]] (17 july 1915, [[Pearson's Weekly]]) ''article''
 
* [[Can We Win Without Conscription?]] (17 july 1915, [[Pearson's Weekly]]) ''article''
 
* [[On the Battle of Gheluvelt]] (22 july 1915, [[The Daily Chronicle]]) ''letter''
 
* [[On the Battle of Gheluvelt]] (22 july 1915, [[The Daily Chronicle]]) ''letter''
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* [[The British Campaign of 1915]] (26 july 1917, [[The Times]] Literary Supplement) ''letter''
 
* [[The British Campaign of 1915]] (26 july 1917, [[The Times]] Literary Supplement) ''letter''
 
* [[What will England be Like in 1930?]] (august 1917, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''article''
 
* [[What will England be Like in 1930?]] (august 1917, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''article''
* [[The Marvel of Three Years]] (4 august 1917, [[War Illustrated]]) ''article''
+
* [[The Marvel of Three Years]] (4 august 1917, [[The War Illustrated]]) ''article''
 
* [[British Wives of Germans (23 august 1917)|British Wives of Germans]] (23 august 1917, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[British Wives of Germans (23 august 1917)|British Wives of Germans]] (23 august 1917, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[British Wives of Germans (28 august 1917)|British Wives of Germans]] (28 august 1917, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[British Wives of Germans (28 august 1917)|British Wives of Germans]] (28 august 1917, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
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* [[An Imperial Memorial Scheme]] (30 november 1918, [[The Spectator]]) ''letter''
 
* [[An Imperial Memorial Scheme]] (30 november 1918, [[The Spectator]]) ''letter''
 
* [[One Last Effort]] (december 1918, [[Nash's Pall Mall Magazine]]) ''article''
 
* [[One Last Effort]] (december 1918, [[Nash's Pall Mall Magazine]]) ''article''
* [[Life After Death]] (8 december 1918, [[Freethinker]]) ''letter''
+
* [[Life After Death]] (8 december 1918, [[The Freethinker]]) ''letter''
  
 
'''1919'''
 
'''1919'''
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* [[Our Reply to the Cleric]] (january 1920, [[Spiritualist' National Union]]) ''pamphlet''
 
* [[Our Reply to the Cleric]] (january 1920, [[Spiritualist' National Union]]) ''pamphlet''
 
* [[The German Criminals (6 february 1920)|The German Criminals]] (6 february 1920, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The German Criminals (6 february 1920)|The German Criminals]] (6 february 1920, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
* [[Prof. Zollner and Slade]] (8 february 1920, [[Freethinker]]) ''letter''
+
* [[Prof. Zollner and Slade]] (8 february 1920, [[The Freethinker]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Conjurers and Spirits. Conan Doyle on the most Futile of all Absurd Arguments]] (9 february 1920, [[Daily Sketch]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Conjurers and Spirits. Conan Doyle on the most Futile of all Absurd Arguments]] (9 february 1920, [[Daily Sketch]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualism and Insanity (12 february 1920)|Spiritualism and Insanity]] (12 february 1920, [[The Southport Visiter]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualism and Insanity (12 february 1920)|Spiritualism and Insanity]] (12 february 1920, [[The Southport Visiter]]) ''letter''
* [[Spiritualism (15 february 1920)|Spiritualism]] (15 february 1920, [[Freethinker]]) ''letter''
+
* [[Spiritualism (15 february 1920)|Spiritualism]] (15 february 1920, [[The Freethinker]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualism and Insanity (15 february 1920)|Spiritualism and Insanity]] (15 february 1920, [[Sunday Chronicle]]) ''article''
 
* [[Spiritualism and Insanity (15 february 1920)|Spiritualism and Insanity]] (15 february 1920, [[Sunday Chronicle]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Case for Spiritualism]] (21 february 1920, [[The Graphic]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Case for Spiritualism]] (21 february 1920, [[The Graphic]]) ''article''
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* [[Spiritualism and Insanity (2 march 1920)|Spiritualism and Insanity]] (2 march 1920, [[The Southport Visiter]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualism and Insanity (2 march 1920)|Spiritualism and Insanity]] (2 march 1920, [[The Southport Visiter]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Conan Doyle-McCabe Debate]] (20 march 1920, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Conan Doyle-McCabe Debate]] (20 march 1920, [[Light]]) ''letter''
* [[Some Answers to Objections]] (21 march 1920, [[Freethinker]]) ''letter''
+
* [[Some Answers to Objections]] (21 march 1920, [[The Freethinker]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Mrs. Piper's Credibility]] (27 march 1920, [[John O'London's Weekly]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Mrs. Piper's Credibility]] (27 march 1920, [[John O'London's Weekly]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Divorce Law]] (30 march 1920, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Divorce Law]] (30 march 1920, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
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* [[The Fighting Spirit. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Boxing]] (15 june 1920, [[Evening Chronicle]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Fighting Spirit. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Boxing]] (15 june 1920, [[Evening Chronicle]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualism: Replies to Mr. Clodd]] (28 june 1920, [[The Daily Graphic]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualism: Replies to Mr. Clodd]] (28 june 1920, [[The Daily Graphic]]) ''letter''
* [[The Argument of Necromancy]] (july 1920, in Spiritualism Its Present-Day Meaning, [[Hodder & Stoughton Ltd.]]) ''article''
+
* [[The Argument of Necromancy]] (july 1920, in Spiritualism Its Present-Day Meaning, [[T. Fisher Unwin]]) ''article''
 
* [[Who Are These Spiritualists?]] (july 1920, [[Literary Guide and Rationalist Review]]) ''article''
 
* [[Who Are These Spiritualists?]] (july 1920, [[Literary Guide and Rationalist Review]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Garb of Spirits]] (19 july 1920, [[Daily Express]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Garb of Spirits]] (19 july 1920, [[Daily Express]]) ''letter''
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* [[Police Traps for Mediums]] (17 october 1925, [[Daily Express]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Police Traps for Mediums]] (17 october 1925, [[Daily Express]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Man's Survival After Death]] (31 october 1925, [[The Spectator]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Man's Survival After Death]] (31 october 1925, [[The Spectator]]) ''letter''
* [[Spiritualism and Religion]] (november 1925, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
 
* [[Petition against Jacob Epstein's Rima]] (november 1925, [[The Morning Post]]) ''petition''
 
* [[Petition against Jacob Epstein's Rima]] (november 1925, [[The Morning Post]]) ''petition''
 
* [[Soldiers Who Have Come back. Spiritualism Proved by the Return of Dead Sons]] (11 november 1925, [[Christian Spiritualist]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Soldiers Who Have Come back. Spiritualism Proved by the Return of Dead Sons]] (11 november 1925, [[Christian Spiritualist]]) ''letter''
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* [[Sir Conan Doyle on Dr. Schofield's Fallacies]] (21 november 1925, [[Isle of Wight County Press]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Sir Conan Doyle on Dr. Schofield's Fallacies]] (21 november 1925, [[Isle of Wight County Press]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spirit Photographs]] (24 november 1925, [[The Evening News]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spirit Photographs]] (24 november 1925, [[The Evening News]]) ''letter''
 +
* [[Spiritualism and Religion]] (december 1925, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Greatest Hymns]] (5 december 1925, [[John O'London's Weekly]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Greatest Hymns]] (5 december 1925, [[John O'London's Weekly]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Psychic Gloves]] (9 december 1925, [[The Daily News]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Psychic Gloves]] (9 december 1925, [[The Daily News]]) ''letter''
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* [[Spiritualism and Christianity]] (26 february 1926, [[Guardian]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualism and Christianity]] (26 february 1926, [[Guardian]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Mediumship of Mrs. Deane]] (27 february 1926, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Mediumship of Mrs. Deane]] (27 february 1926, [[Light]]) ''letter''
* [[Psychic Photographs]] (march 1926, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
 
* [[Sir A. Conan Doyle and Foul Fighters]] (3 march 1926, [[Western Morning News and Mercury]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Sir A. Conan Doyle and Foul Fighters]] (3 march 1926, [[Western Morning News and Mercury]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Mediumship of Mr. F. T. Munnings]] (13 march 1926, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Mediumship of Mr. F. T. Munnings]] (13 march 1926, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Munnings Case]] (27 march 1926, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Munnings Case]] (27 march 1926, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 +
* [[Psychic Photographs]] (april 1926, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Mediumship of Mr. F. T. Munnings]] (april 1926, [[The International Psychic Gazette]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Mediumship of Mr. F. T. Munnings]] (april 1926, [[The International Psychic Gazette]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Echoes of The Moss Case]] (april 1926, [[Journal of the American Society of Psychical Research]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Echoes of The Moss Case]] (april 1926, [[Journal of the American Society of Psychical Research]]) ''letter''
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* [[Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Militant Knight of Spiritualism. His Mission and His Achievement]] (1 may 1926, National Spiritualist [Chicago]) ''article''
 
* [[Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Militant Knight of Spiritualism. His Mission and His Achievement]] (1 may 1926, National Spiritualist [Chicago]) ''article''
 
* [[Leaders of Spiritualism on the Strike. Three Inspiring Messages]] (22 may 1926, [[Light]]) ''article''
 
* [[Leaders of Spiritualism on the Strike. Three Inspiring Messages]] (22 may 1926, [[Light]]) ''article''
* [[The Cause of the Shadow]] (june 1926, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
 
* [[Does Conan Doyle Believe the Bible?]] (2 june 1926, [[Christian Spiritualist]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Does Conan Doyle Believe the Bible?]] (2 june 1926, [[Christian Spiritualist]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Butler or Ghost? Sir A. Conan Doyle replies to Mr. Campbell Swinton]] (2 june 1926, [[Daily Sketch]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Butler or Ghost? Sir A. Conan Doyle replies to Mr. Campbell Swinton]] (2 june 1926, [[Daily Sketch]]) ''letter''
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* [[Reincarnation]] (7 june 1926, [[Evening Standard]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Reincarnation]] (7 june 1926, [[Evening Standard]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Conjurers and Spiritualism]] (14 june 1926, [[The Morning Post]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Conjurers and Spiritualism]] (14 june 1926, [[The Morning Post]]) ''letter''
 +
* [[The Cause of the Shadow]] (july 1926, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Cases of Moss and Munnings]] (july 1926, [[Journal of the Society for Psychical Research]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Cases of Moss and Munnings]] (july 1926, [[Journal of the Society for Psychical Research]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spirits and Fairies]] (5 july 1926, [[The Evening News]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spirits and Fairies]] (5 july 1926, [[The Evening News]]) ''letter''
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* [[The History of Spiritualism (letter 29 august 1926)|The History of Spiritualism]] (29 august 1926, [[The Sunday Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The History of Spiritualism (letter 29 august 1926)|The History of Spiritualism]] (29 august 1926, [[The Sunday Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Message to Canada]] (september 1926, [[The Canadian Magazine]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Message to Canada]] (september 1926, [[The Canadian Magazine]]) ''letter''
* [[Prophecies of the Future]] (september 1926, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
 
* [[Science and Psychical Research (11 september 1926)|Science and Psychical Research]] (11 september 1926, [[Nature]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Science and Psychical Research (11 september 1926)|Science and Psychical Research]] (11 september 1926, [[Nature]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The History of Spiritualism (letter 19 september 1926)|The History of Spiritualism]] (19 september 1926, [[The Sunday Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The History of Spiritualism (letter 19 september 1926)|The History of Spiritualism]] (19 september 1926, [[The Sunday Times]]) ''letter''
 +
* [[Prophecies of the Future]] (october 1926, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Combermere Photograph]] (october 1926, [[Psychic Science]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Combermere Photograph]] (october 1926, [[Psychic Science]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Value of Criticism]] (october 1926, [[The Bookman (UK)|The Bookman]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Value of Criticism]] (october 1926, [[The Bookman (UK)|The Bookman]]) ''article''
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* [[The British Army in Italy]] (february 1927, [[Fortnightly Review]]) ''article''
 
* [[The British Army in Italy]] (february 1927, [[Fortnightly Review]]) ''article''
 
* [[Kitchener's Army]] (15 february 1927, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Kitchener's Army]] (15 february 1927, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
* [[Spiritualism and Theosophy]] (march 1927, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
 
* [[A Sherlock Holmes Competition. Mr. Sherlock Holmes to his Readers]] (march 1927, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''article''
 
* [[A Sherlock Holmes Competition. Mr. Sherlock Holmes to his Readers]] (march 1927, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''article''
 
* [[Conan Doyle Backs Crandons]] (5 march 1927, [[Boston Herald]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Conan Doyle Backs Crandons]] (5 march 1927, [[Boston Herald]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Pheneas Speaks]] (21 march 1927, [[The Psychic Press]]) ''essay''
 
* [[Pheneas Speaks]] (21 march 1927, [[The Psychic Press]]) ''essay''
 
* [[What I Think]] (march 1927, [[George Newnes Ltd.]]) ''articles''
 
* [[What I Think]] (march 1927, [[George Newnes Ltd.]]) ''articles''
 +
* [[Spiritualism and Theosophy]] (april 1927, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Why I Became a Spiritualist]] (2 april 1927, [[The Graphic]]) ''article''
 
* [[Why I Became a Spiritualist]] (2 april 1927, [[The Graphic]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Coming World Change]] (10 april 1927, [[Sunday Express]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Coming World Change]] (10 april 1927, [[Sunday Express]]) ''article''
 
* [[Ghosts I Have Seen. I. The Spectral Friars]] (1 may 1927, [[Weekly Dispatch]]) ''article''
 
* [[Ghosts I Have Seen. I. The Spectral Friars]] (1 may 1927, [[Weekly Dispatch]]) ''article''
* [[Spiritualism and Theosophy]] (june 1927, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
 
* [[The Sherlock Holmes Prize Competition. How I Made my List]] (june 1927, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Sherlock Holmes Prize Competition. How I Made my List]] (june 1927, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Mediumship of Ben Jonson]] (june 1927, [[Psychic Science]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Mediumship of Ben Jonson]] (june 1927, [[Psychic Science]]) ''letter''
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* [[What Spiritualism Can Do]] (16 june 1927, [[Sheffield Mail]]) ''article''
 
* [[What Spiritualism Can Do]] (16 june 1927, [[Sheffield Mail]]) ''article''
 
* [[Spiritualism and Christianity]] (25 june 1927, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualism and Christianity]] (25 june 1927, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 +
* [[Spiritualism and Theosophy]] (july 1927, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualism and Christianity]] (july 1927, [[The International Psychic Gazette]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualism and Christianity]] (july 1927, [[The International Psychic Gazette]]) ''letter''
 
* [[W.G. Grace: A Memory]] (july 1927, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''article''
 
* [[W.G. Grace: A Memory]] (july 1927, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''article''
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* [[The Irish Oath]] (25 august 1927, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Irish Oath]] (25 august 1927, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Spiritualistic View]] (28 september 1927, [[The Morning Post]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Spiritualistic View]] (28 september 1927, [[The Morning Post]]) ''letter''
* [[Man is a Spirit]] (october 1927, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
 
* [[The Mystery of Edwin Drood]] (1 october 1927, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Mystery of Edwin Drood]] (1 october 1927, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Police Evidence and Mediums]] (6 october 1927, [[Daily Express]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Police Evidence and Mediums]] (6 october 1927, [[Daily Express]]) ''letter''
 
* [[This Marks End of the Case]] (23 october 1927, [[Empire News]]) ''article''
 
* [[This Marks End of the Case]] (23 october 1927, [[Empire News]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Hydesville Memorial (29 october and 26 november 1927)|The Hydesville Memorial]] (29 october 1927, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Hydesville Memorial (29 october and 26 november 1927)|The Hydesville Memorial]] (29 october 1927, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 +
* [[Man is a Spirit]] (november 1927, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Oscar Slater. Release from Prison this Week. The Farce of 1914]] (14 november 1927, [[The Daily News]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Oscar Slater. Release from Prison this Week. The Farce of 1914]] (14 november 1927, [[The Daily News]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Mediumship of Phoenix]] (19 november 1927, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Mediumship of Phoenix]] (19 november 1927, [[Light]]) ''letter''
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* [[Habitual Criminals. Segregate them for Life]] (26 november 1927, [[The Morning Post]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Habitual Criminals. Segregate them for Life]] (26 november 1927, [[The Morning Post]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Alleged Posthumous Writings of Great Authors]] (december 1927, [[Fortnightly Review]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Alleged Posthumous Writings of Great Authors]] (december 1927, [[Fortnightly Review]]) ''article''
* [[Alleged Changes in Ocean Depths]] (december 1927, [[Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
 
* [[The Great Characters of Fiction. Which Should I Most Like to have Created?]] (december 1927, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Great Characters of Fiction. Which Should I Most Like to have Created?]] (december 1927, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Baylis Case]] (17 december 1927, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Baylis Case]] (17 december 1927, [[Light]]) ''letter''
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'''1928'''
 
'''1928'''
 +
* [[Alleged Changes in Ocean Depths]] (january 1928, [[Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Why H. G. Wells is Peeved]] (8 january 1928, [[Sunday Express]]) ''article''
 
* [[Why H. G. Wells is Peeved]] (8 january 1928, [[Sunday Express]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Death of Mr. Hardy]] (13 january 1928, [[The Times]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Death of Mr. Hardy]] (13 january 1928, [[The Times]]) ''article''
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* [[Son's Talk with Dead Friend. Doyle's Proof of After Life]] (19 february 1928, [[Knickbocker Press]]) ''article''
 
* [[Son's Talk with Dead Friend. Doyle's Proof of After Life]] (19 february 1928, [[Knickbocker Press]]) ''article''
 
* [[Psychic Notes. Analysing the Unknown. The Strange Case of a Peer's Brother]] (19 february 1928, [[Sunday Express]]) ''article''
 
* [[Psychic Notes. Analysing the Unknown. The Strange Case of a Peer's Brother]] (19 february 1928, [[Sunday Express]]) ''article''
* [[Sir Conan Doyle Gives Reply To Edison On Future]] (19 february 1928, [[The Sun, Baltimore]]) ''letter''
+
* [[Sir Conan Doyle Gives Reply To Edison On Future]] (19 february 1928, [[The Sun (Baltimore)]] ) ''letter''
 
* [[Psychic Notes. Major Segrave's Spirit Warning]] (26 february 1928, [[Sunday Express]]) ''article''
 
* [[Psychic Notes. Major Segrave's Spirit Warning]] (26 february 1928, [[Sunday Express]]) ''article''
 
* [[What does Spiritualism actually Teach and Stand for?]] (february 1928, [[The Psychic Press]]) ''pamphlet''
 
* [[What does Spiritualism actually Teach and Stand for?]] (february 1928, [[The Psychic Press]]) ''pamphlet''
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* [[Psychic Notes. A Problem Picture from the Shades]] (22 april 1928, [[Sunday Express]]) ''article''
 
* [[Psychic Notes. A Problem Picture from the Shades]] (22 april 1928, [[Sunday Express]]) ''article''
 
* [[Spirit Talk. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Suggests Points that Dr. Cadman Might Reconsider]] (29 april 1928, [[New York Herald Tribune]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spirit Talk. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Suggests Points that Dr. Cadman Might Reconsider]] (29 april 1928, [[New York Herald Tribune]]) ''letter''
* [[Munnings was a Fraud, but not Everything he Did was False]] (29 april 1928, [[People]]) ''article''
+
* [[ Munnings was a Fraud But Not Everything He Did Was False]] (29 april 1928, [[The People]]) ''article''
 
* [[Psychic Notes. Fortune Tellers and the Law]] (29 april 1928, [[Sunday Express]]) ''article''
 
* [[Psychic Notes. Fortune Tellers and the Law]] (29 april 1928, [[Sunday Express]]) ''article''
 
* [[Blood Sports — Should They Be Abolished?]] (may 1928, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''article''
 
* [[Blood Sports — Should They Be Abolished?]] (may 1928, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''article''
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* [[Oscar Slater's Costs]] (19 april 1929, [[Jewish Chronicle]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Oscar Slater's Costs]] (19 april 1929, [[Jewish Chronicle]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Bitter Dispute Over Appeal]] (5 may 1929, [[Empire News]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Bitter Dispute Over Appeal]] (5 may 1929, [[Empire News]]) ''letter''
* [[Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the Ghost]] (5 may 1929, [[Freethinker]]) ''letter''
+
* [[Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the Ghost]] (5 may 1929, [[The Freethinker]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualists and the General Election]] (11 may 1929, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualists and the General Election]] (11 may 1929, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[An Open Letter to those of my Generation]] (22 may 1929, [[The Psychic Press]]) ''letter''
 
* [[An Open Letter to those of my Generation]] (22 may 1929, [[The Psychic Press]]) ''letter''
* [[The Nairobi Photograph]] (26 may 1929, [[Freethinker]]) ''letter''
+
* [[The Nairobi Photograph]] (26 may 1929, [[The Freethinker]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Witch of Endor]] (12 june 1929, [[The Morning Post]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Witch of Endor]] (12 june 1929, [[The Morning Post]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Witch of Endor]] (17 june 1929, [[The Morning Post]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Witch of Endor]] (17 june 1929, [[The Morning Post]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Hardened Offenders (20 june 1929)|Hardened Offenders]] (20 june 1929, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Hardened Offenders (20 june 1929)|Hardened Offenders]] (20 june 1929, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Nairobi Photograph]] (22 june 1929, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Nairobi Photograph]] (22 june 1929, [[Light]]) ''letter''
* [[Life's Answer to the Riddle of Eternity]] (23 june 1929, [[People]]) ''letter''
+
* [[Life's Answer to the Riddle of Eternity]] (23 june 1929, [[The People]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Hardened Offenders (13 july 1929)|Hardened Offenders]] (13 july 1929, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Hardened Offenders (13 july 1929)|Hardened Offenders]] (13 july 1929, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Justice at Mark Cross]] (20 july 1929, [[Sussex County Herald]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Justice at Mark Cross]] (20 july 1929, [[Sussex County Herald]]) ''letter''
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* [[The Proof of Spiritualism. A Spirit Who Heard a Lecture. Some Frauds and Facts]] (27 november 1929, [[Hull Evening News]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Proof of Spiritualism. A Spirit Who Heard a Lecture. Some Frauds and Facts]] (27 november 1929, [[Hull Evening News]]) ''article''
 
* [[There is no Need to Fear Death]] (29 november 1929, [[Hull Evening News]]) ''article''
 
* [[There is no Need to Fear Death]] (29 november 1929, [[Hull Evening News]]) ''article''
* [[Convent Scandals]] (december 1929, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
 
* [[Sir A. Conan Doyle. Rudi Schneider Defender]] (2 december 1929, [[Daily Mail]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Sir A. Conan Doyle. Rudi Schneider Defender]] (2 december 1929, [[Daily Mail]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Tests of Rudi Schneider]] (4 december 1929, [[Daily Mail]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Tests of Rudi Schneider]] (4 december 1929, [[Daily Mail]]) ''letter''
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'''1930'''
 
'''1930'''
 +
* [[Convent Scandals]] (january 1930, [[The Occult Review]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Propaganda in India (14 january 1930)|Propaganda in India]] (14 january 1930, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Propaganda in India (14 january 1930)|Propaganda in India]] (14 january 1930, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Charles Ashton Jonson. A Tribute From Sir Arthur Conan Doyle]] (1 february 1930, [[Light]]) ''article''
 
* [[Charles Ashton Jonson. A Tribute From Sir Arthur Conan Doyle]] (1 february 1930, [[Light]]) ''article''
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* [[The Black Hawk]] (''9 pages draft'')
 
* [[The Black Hawk]] (''9 pages draft'')
 
* [[The Flights of Dr Curtius]] (''14 pages synopsis'')
 
* [[The Flights of Dr Curtius]] (''14 pages synopsis'')
 +
* [[The Waterloo Play]] (''15 pages manuscript'', different than [[A Story of Waterloo]])
 +
 
'''1888'''
 
'''1888'''
 
* [[Angels of Darkness]] (''never published nor performed'')
 
* [[Angels of Darkness]] (''never published nor performed'')
 +
 
'''1893'''
 
'''1893'''
 
* [[Jane Annie; or, the Good Conduct Prize]] (may 1893, [[Chappell & Co.]]) co-written with [[J. M. Barrie]]
 
* [[Jane Annie; or, the Good Conduct Prize]] (may 1893, [[Chappell & Co.]]) co-written with [[J. M. Barrie]]
 
* [[Foreign Policy]]
 
* [[Foreign Policy]]
 +
 
'''1894'''
 
'''1894'''
 
* [[A Story of Waterloo]] (21 september 1894, Prince's Theatre, Bristol)
 
* [[A Story of Waterloo]] (21 september 1894, Prince's Theatre, Bristol)
'''1895'''
+
 
* [[A Question of Diplomacy - play 1895|A Question of Diplomacy]]
 
 
'''1899'''
 
'''1899'''
 
* [[Halves]] (aka Brothers)
 
* [[Halves]] (aka Brothers)
 +
 
'''1902'''
 
'''1902'''
 
* [[A Duet, A duologue]]  
 
* [[A Duet, A duologue]]  
 
* [[Adventures of Brigadier Gerard - play 1903|Adventures of Brigadier Gerard]]
 
* [[Adventures of Brigadier Gerard - play 1903|Adventures of Brigadier Gerard]]
 +
 
'''1909'''
 
'''1909'''
 
* [[The Fires of Fate (play 1909)|The Fires of Fate]]  
 
* [[The Fires of Fate (play 1909)|The Fires of Fate]]  
 
* [[The House of Temperley (play 1909-1910)|The House of Temperley]] (earlier worked as ''Sir Charles Tregellis'')
 
* [[The House of Temperley (play 1909-1910)|The House of Temperley]] (earlier worked as ''Sir Charles Tregellis'')
 +
 
'''1910'''
 
'''1910'''
 
* [[The Lift]] (''never performed'')
 
* [[The Lift]] (''never performed'')
 
* [[A Pot of Caviare]]  
 
* [[A Pot of Caviare]]  
 
* [[The Speckled Band: An Adventure of Sherlock Holmes]] (original title: ''The Stonor Case'')
 
* [[The Speckled Band: An Adventure of Sherlock Holmes]] (original title: ''The Stonor Case'')
 +
 
'''1913'''
 
'''1913'''
 
* [[Mrs. Thompson]] (''never published nor performed'')
 
* [[Mrs. Thompson]] (''never published nor performed'')
 +
 
'''1914'''
 
'''1914'''
 
* [[Dawn (play)|Dawn]] (co-written with Percival Wilde)
 
* [[Dawn (play)|Dawn]] (co-written with Percival Wilde)
 +
 
'''1921'''
 
'''1921'''
 
* [[The Crown Diamond: An Evening with Sherlock Holmes]] (2 may 1921, Bristol Hippodrome)  
 
* [[The Crown Diamond: An Evening with Sherlock Holmes]] (2 may 1921, Bristol Hippodrome)  
 +
 
'''1922'''
 
'''1922'''
 
* [[The Journey]] (21 september 1922, in ''[[The Poems of Arthur Conan Doyle]]'', [[John Murray]])
 
* [[The Journey]] (21 september 1922, in ''[[The Poems of Arthur Conan Doyle]]'', [[John Murray]])
 
 
  
 
== Interviews ==
 
== Interviews ==
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'''1903'''
 
'''1903'''
 +
* [[Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, called and examined]] (24 march 1903, [[Minutes of Evidence taken before the Royal Commission on the War in South Africa]])
 
* [[Grit. A Talk with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle]], by [[P. G. Wodehouse]] (2 july 1903, [[V.C. Magazine]])
 
* [[Grit. A Talk with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle]], by [[P. G. Wodehouse]] (2 july 1903, [[V.C. Magazine]])
  
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'''1903'''
 
'''1903'''
 +
* [[Meeting at Hawick]] (9 december 1903, Hawick)
 
* [[Speech on Tariff Reform]] (10 december 1903, Galashiels)
 
* [[Speech on Tariff Reform]] (10 december 1903, Galashiels)
  
 
'''1904'''
 
'''1904'''
 
* [[The Life and Times of Gibbon]] (28 january 1904, Hawick Theater)
 
* [[The Life and Times of Gibbon]] (28 january 1904, Hawick Theater)
 +
* [[Annual Dinner of the Incroporated Society of Authors (20 april 1904)|Annual Dinner of the Incorporated Society of Authors]] (20 april 1904, Hotel Cecil)
 
* [[Speech on Religion]] (20 july 1904, Hindhead Bazaar)
 
* [[Speech on Religion]] (20 july 1904, Hindhead Bazaar)
 
* [[Speech at stone-laying ceremony]] (15 october 1904, Farnham)
 
* [[Speech at stone-laying ceremony]] (15 october 1904, Farnham)
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'''1906'''
 
'''1906'''
 
* [[Unionist Principles]] (8 january 1906, Hawick)
 
* [[Unionist Principles]] (8 january 1906, Hawick)
 +
* [[Jewish Colonisation]] (23 april 1906, Steinway Hall)
 
* [[The Life and Works of Henry Fielding]] (15 june 1906, Bath)
 
* [[The Life and Works of Henry Fielding]] (15 june 1906, Bath)
  
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* [[Speech at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Meeting]] (5 march 1914, Westminster Palace Hotel, London)
 
* [[Speech at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Meeting]] (5 march 1914, Westminster Palace Hotel, London)
 
* [[Speech at the Pilgrims of United States Meeting]] (28 may 1914, Whitehall Club, New York)
 
* [[Speech at the Pilgrims of United States Meeting]] (28 may 1914, Whitehall Club, New York)
 +
* [[The Future of Canadian Literature]] (4 june 1914, The Canadian Club of Montreal)
 
* [[Volunteers Local Company]] (4 august 1914, Crowborough)
 
* [[Volunteers Local Company]] (4 august 1914, Crowborough)
 
* [[Kitchener's Appeal for Recruits]] (30 august 1914, Crowborough)
 
* [[Kitchener's Appeal for Recruits]] (30 august 1914, Crowborough)
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'''1915'''
 
'''1915'''
* [[The Future of Canadian Literature]] (1915, in Addresses delivered before the Canadian Club of Montreal 1914-1915)
 
 
* [[Speech about the Battalion of the National Volunteer Home Defence Force]] (21 january 1915, Connaught Rooms, London)
 
* [[Speech about the Battalion of the National Volunteer Home Defence Force]] (21 january 1915, Connaught Rooms, London)
 
* [[The Great Battles of War (20 february 1915)|The Great Battles of War]] (20 february 1915, [[Tunbridge Wells]])
 
* [[The Great Battles of War (20 february 1915)|The Great Battles of War]] (20 february 1915, [[Tunbridge Wells]])
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* [[Where are the Dead?]] (24 june 1928, Grotrian Hall)
 
* [[Where are the Dead?]] (24 june 1928, Grotrian Hall)
 
* [[Address about Miss Gilchrist message]] (15 july 1928, Grotrian Hall)
 
* [[Address about Miss Gilchrist message]] (15 july 1928, Grotrian Hall)
 +
* [[The Old Testament]] (written on 14 september 1928)
 
* [[Spirit Messages from Earl Haig and Conrad]] (9 september 1928, Queen's Hall, Langham-place, W.)
 
* [[Spirit Messages from Earl Haig and Conrad]] (9 september 1928, Queen's Hall, Langham-place, W.)
 
* [[Meeting at the Congress of the International Federation of Spiritualists ]] (13 september 1928, South Kensington)
 
* [[Meeting at the Congress of the International Federation of Spiritualists ]] (13 september 1928, South Kensington)
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'''1890'''
 
'''1890'''
 
* [[The Captain of the Polestar and Other Tales]] (6 march 1890, [[Longmans, Green & Co.]]) ''dedication & preface''
 
* [[The Captain of the Polestar and Other Tales]] (6 march 1890, [[Longmans, Green & Co.]]) ''dedication & preface''
 +
 
'''1894'''
 
'''1894'''
 
* [[Round the Red Lamp]] (23 october 1894, [[Methuen & Co.]]) ''preface''
 
* [[Round the Red Lamp]] (23 october 1894, [[Methuen & Co.]]) ''preface''
 +
 
'''1901'''
 
'''1901'''
 
* [[Ballads of the War]], by H. D. Rawnsley (february 1901, J. M. Dent & Co.) ''prefatory note''
 
* [[Ballads of the War]], by H. D. Rawnsley (february 1901, J. M. Dent & Co.) ''prefatory note''
 +
 
'''1903'''
 
'''1903'''
 
* [[Adventures of Gerard]] (22 september 1903, [[George Newnes Ltd.]]) ''preface''
 
* [[Adventures of Gerard]] (22 september 1903, [[George Newnes Ltd.]]) ''preface''
 
* [[The White Company]] (24 september 1903, [[Smith, Elder & Co.]]) ''preface''
 
* [[The White Company]] (24 september 1903, [[Smith, Elder & Co.]]) ''preface''
 +
 
'''1905'''
 
'''1905'''
 
* [[Sir Nigel#Introduction|Sir Nigel]] (30 november 1905, [[Smith, Elder & Co.]]) ''introduction''
 
* [[Sir Nigel#Introduction|Sir Nigel]] (30 november 1905, [[Smith, Elder & Co.]]) ''introduction''
 +
 
'''1907'''
 
'''1907'''
 
* [[The Construction and Reconstruction of the Human Body]], by Eugen Sandow (june 1907, John Bale & Sons) ''foreword''
 
* [[The Construction and Reconstruction of the Human Body]], by Eugen Sandow (june 1907, John Bale & Sons) ''foreword''
 +
 
'''1908'''
 
'''1908'''
 
* [[Round the Fire Stories]] (24 september 1908, [[Smith, Elder & Co.]])
 
* [[Round the Fire Stories]] (24 september 1908, [[Smith, Elder & Co.]])
 +
 
'''1909'''
 
'''1909'''
 
* [[Great Britain and the Congo]], by E. D. Morel (october 1909, [[Smith, Elder & Co.]]) ''introduction''
 
* [[Great Britain and the Congo]], by E. D. Morel (october 1909, [[Smith, Elder & Co.]]) ''introduction''
 +
 
'''1911'''
 
'''1911'''
 
* [[The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales]] (26 april 1911, [[Smith, Elder & Co.]]) ''preface''
 
* [[The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales]] (26 april 1911, [[Smith, Elder & Co.]]) ''preface''
 
* [[The Fair Land of Central America]], by Maurice de Waleffe (october 1911, John Long) ''preface''
 
* [[The Fair Land of Central America]], by Maurice de Waleffe (october 1911, John Long) ''preface''
 +
 
'''1912'''
 
'''1912'''
 
* [[Divorce and Morality]], by C. S. Bremner (may 1912, [[Frank Palmer]]) ''preface''
 
* [[Divorce and Morality]], by C. S. Bremner (may 1912, [[Frank Palmer]]) ''preface''
 +
* [[Adam Lindsay Gordon and His Friends in England and Australia]], by Edith Humphris & Douglas Sladen (october 1912, [[A. Constable & Co.]]) ''dedication letter''
 +
 
'''1913'''
 
'''1913'''
 
* [[Marriage & Divorce]], by A. Hamilton (july 1913, [[The Daily Chronicle]]) ''preface''
 
* [[Marriage & Divorce]], by A. Hamilton (july 1913, [[The Daily Chronicle]]) ''preface''
 +
 
'''1914'''
 
'''1914'''
 
* [["G. H. Darby" Captain of the Wyrley Gang]], by G. A. Atkinson (may 1914, T. Kirby & Sons) ''preface''
 
* [["G. H. Darby" Captain of the Wyrley Gang]], by G. A. Atkinson (may 1914, T. Kirby & Sons) ''preface''
 
* [[The Evolution of the Olympic Games 1829 B.C-1914 A.D.]], by F.A.M. Webster (may 1914, Heath, Cranton & Ouseley Ltd.) ''preface''
 
* [[The Evolution of the Olympic Games 1829 B.C-1914 A.D.]], by F.A.M. Webster (may 1914, Heath, Cranton & Ouseley Ltd.) ''preface''
 
* [[Songs of Sea Labour]], by Frank T. Bullen and W. F. Arnold (may 1914, The Orpheus Music Pub. Co.) ''appreciation''
 
* [[Songs of Sea Labour]], by Frank T. Bullen and W. F. Arnold (may 1914, The Orpheus Music Pub. Co.) ''appreciation''
 +
 
'''1915'''
 
'''1915'''
 
* [[The Story of British Prisoners]], by The Foreign Office (may 1915, The Central Committee for National Patriotic Organizations) ''preface''
 
* [[The Story of British Prisoners]], by The Foreign Office (may 1915, The Central Committee for National Patriotic Organizations) ''preface''
 
* [[Glorious Battles of English History]], by C.H. Wylly (december 1915, Raphael Tuck & Sons) ''foreword''
 
* [[Glorious Battles of English History]], by C.H. Wylly (december 1915, Raphael Tuck & Sons) ''foreword''
 +
 
'''1916'''
 
'''1916'''
 
* [[5.000.000 Men]] (1916, Raphael Tuck & Sons) ''appreciation''
 
* [[5.000.000 Men]] (1916, Raphael Tuck & Sons) ''appreciation''
 +
 
'''1917'''
 
'''1917'''
 
* [[Is Spiritualism of the Devil?]], by Rev. F. Fielding-Ould (september 1917, Wright & Hoggard) ''introduction''
 
* [[Is Spiritualism of the Devil?]], by Rev. F. Fielding-Ould (september 1917, Wright & Hoggard) ''introduction''
 +
 
'''1918'''
 
'''1918'''
 
* [[The Undiscovered Country]], by Harold Bayley (july 1918, [[Cassell & Co., Ltd.]]) ''introduction''
 
* [[The Undiscovered Country]], by Harold Bayley (july 1918, [[Cassell & Co., Ltd.]]) ''introduction''
 
* [[Spiritualism: Its History, Phenomena and Doctrine]], by J. Arthur Hill (november 1918, [[Cassell & Co., Ltd.]]) ''introduction''
 
* [[Spiritualism: Its History, Phenomena and Doctrine]], by J. Arthur Hill (november 1918, [[Cassell & Co., Ltd.]]) ''introduction''
 
* [[Danger! and Other Stories]] (4 december 1918, [[John Murray]]) ''preface''
 
* [[Danger! and Other Stories]] (4 december 1918, [[John Murray]]) ''preface''
 +
 
'''1919'''
 
'''1919'''
 
* [[The Eternal Question]], by Allen Clarke (july 1919, J.M. Dent & Sons) ''foreword''
 
* [[The Eternal Question]], by Allen Clarke (july 1919, J.M. Dent & Sons) ''foreword''
 
* [[An Amazing Séance and an Exposure]], by Sydney A. Moseley (july 1919, Sampson Low, Marston & Co.) ''introduction''
 
* [[An Amazing Séance and an Exposure]], by Sydney A. Moseley (july 1919, Sampson Low, Marston & Co.) ''introduction''
 
* [[Life is Movement]], by Eugen Sandow (september 1919, Simson & Co.) ''foreword''
 
* [[Life is Movement]], by Eugen Sandow (september 1919, Simson & Co.) ''foreword''
 +
 
'''1920'''
 
'''1920'''
 
* [[Rachel Comforted]], by Mrs. Fred Maturin (april 1920, Hutchinson & Co.) ''note''
 
* [[Rachel Comforted]], by Mrs. Fred Maturin (april 1920, Hutchinson & Co.) ''note''
 
* [[The Life Beyond the Veil]], by Rev. G. Vale Owen (june1920, [[Thornton Butterworth Ltd.]]) ''introduction''
 
* [[The Life Beyond the Veil]], by Rev. G. Vale Owen (june1920, [[Thornton Butterworth Ltd.]]) ''introduction''
 
* [[The Sideric Pendulum]] (august 1920, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''preface''
 
* [[The Sideric Pendulum]] (august 1920, [[The Strand Magazine]]) ''preface''
 +
 
'''1921'''
 
'''1921'''
 
* [[D. D. Home — His Life and Mission]], by Mme. Dunglas Home (june 1921, [[Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co.]]) ''introduction''
 
* [[D. D. Home — His Life and Mission]], by Mme. Dunglas Home (june 1921, [[Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co.]]) ''introduction''
 +
 
'''1922'''
 
'''1922'''
 
* [[The Blue Island]], by W. T. Stead (december 1922, [[Hutchinson & Co.]]) ''introduction''
 
* [[The Blue Island]], by W. T. Stead (december 1922, [[Hutchinson & Co.]]) ''introduction''
 +
 
'''1923'''
 
'''1923'''
 
* [[Old Offenders]], by E. W. Hornung (may 1923, [[John Murray]]) ''preface''
 
* [[Old Offenders]], by E. W. Hornung (may 1923, [[John Murray]]) ''preface''
 
* [[Under the Southern Cross]], by Horace Leaf (november 1923, [[Cecil Palmer]]) ''foreword''
 
* [[Under the Southern Cross]], by Horace Leaf (november 1923, [[Cecil Palmer]]) ''foreword''
* [[Psychic Phenomena Are Real: A Reply to Mr. Nevil Maskelyne]], by Fred Barlow (june 1923, [[London Magazine]])
+
 
 +
 
 
'''1924'''
 
'''1924'''
 
* [[The Spiritualists' Reader]] (march 1924, [[Two Worlds Publishing Co. Ltd.]]) ''preface''
 
* [[The Spiritualists' Reader]] (march 1924, [[Two Worlds Publishing Co. Ltd.]]) ''preface''
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* [[The Mystery of Joan of Arc]], by Leon Denis (may 1924, [[John Murray]]) ''preface''
 
* [[The Mystery of Joan of Arc]], by Leon Denis (may 1924, [[John Murray]]) ''preface''
 
* [[Phantoms of the Dawn]], by Violet Tweedale (november 1924, [[John Long Ltd.]]) ''foreword''
 
* [[Phantoms of the Dawn]], by Violet Tweedale (november 1924, [[John Long Ltd.]]) ''foreword''
 +
 
'''1925'''
 
'''1925'''
 
* [[The Evolution of Spiritualism]], by Harvey Metcalfe (february 1925, [[Hutchinson & Co.]]) ''preface''
 
* [[The Evolution of Spiritualism]], by Harvey Metcalfe (february 1925, [[Hutchinson & Co.]]) ''preface''
 
* [[Brave Deeds by Brave Men]], by Charles S. Jones (october 1925, [[Raphael Tuck & Sons]]) ''foreword''
 
* [[Brave Deeds by Brave Men]], by Charles S. Jones (october 1925, [[Raphael Tuck & Sons]]) ''foreword''
 
* [[From the Other Side]] (october 1925, Williams and Norgate Ltd.) ''foreword''
 
* [[From the Other Side]] (october 1925, Williams and Norgate Ltd.) ''foreword''
 +
 
'''1926'''
 
'''1926'''
 
* [[Leslie's Letters to his Mother]] (1926, Democrat Publishing & Printing Co.) ''letters''
 
* [[Leslie's Letters to his Mother]] (1926, Democrat Publishing & Printing Co.) ''letters''
 +
* [[Psychic Phenomena Are Real. A Reply to Mr. Nevil Maskelyne]], by Fred Barlow (june 1923, [[The London Magazine]]) ''introduction''
 
* [[Other-World People]], by James W. Herries (july 1926, William Hodge & Co.) ''foreword''
 
* [[Other-World People]], by James W. Herries (july 1926, William Hodge & Co.) ''foreword''
 
* [[The Soul of Jack London]], by Edward Biron Payne (july 1926, Rider & Co.) ''prefatory letter''
 
* [[The Soul of Jack London]], by Edward Biron Payne (july 1926, Rider & Co.) ''prefatory letter''
* [[Independent Testimony as to the Mediumship of Florence Cook]] appendix in ''Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism'', by Sir William Crookes (august 1926, [[Two Worlds Publishing Co. Ltd.]])  
+
* [[Independent Testimony as to the Mediumship of Florence Cook]] appendix in ''Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism'', by Sir William Crookes (august 1926, [[Two Worlds Publishing Co. Ltd.]])
 +
 
 
'''1927'''
 
'''1927'''
 
* [[I Escape!]], by J. L. Hardy (1927, John Lane) ''introduction''
 
* [[I Escape!]], by J. L. Hardy (1927, John Lane) ''introduction''
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* [[The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes]] (16 june 1927, [[John Murray]]) ''preface''
 
* [[The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes]] (16 june 1927, [[John Murray]]) ''preface''
 
* [[The Truth about Oscar Slater]], by William park (august 1927, The Psychic Press) ''statement''
 
* [[The Truth about Oscar Slater]], by William park (august 1927, The Psychic Press) ''statement''
 +
 
'''1928'''
 
'''1928'''
 
* [[The Great Problem and the Evidence for its Solution]], by George L. Johnson (january 1935, Rider & Co.) ''appreciation''
 
* [[The Great Problem and the Evidence for its Solution]], by George L. Johnson (january 1935, Rider & Co.) ''appreciation''
 
* [[Psychical Experiences of a Musician]], by Florizel Von Reuter (july 1928, Simpkin Marshall & The Psychic Press) ''foreword''
 
* [[Psychical Experiences of a Musician]], by Florizel Von Reuter (july 1928, Simpkin Marshall & The Psychic Press) ''foreword''
 
* [[A Commonsense View of Religion]] (july 1928, The Psychic Press) ''introduction''
 
* [[A Commonsense View of Religion]] (july 1928, The Psychic Press) ''introduction''
* [[Can we Speak with the Dead? Exclusive Interviews with Two Famous Psychic Mediums]], by Shaw Desmond (october 1928, [[London Magazine]]) ''introduction''
+
* [[Can we Speak with the Dead? Exclusive Interviews with Two Famous Psychic Mediums]], by Shaw Desmond (october 1928, [[The London Magazine]]) ''introduction''
 
* [[Sherlock Holmes - The Complete Short Stories]] (15 october 1928, [[John Murray]]) ''preface''
 
* [[Sherlock Holmes - The Complete Short Stories]] (15 october 1928, [[John Murray]]) ''preface''
 
* [[Alloquia]], by D. Marinus (november 1928, The C. W. Daniel Co.) ''preface''
 
* [[Alloquia]], by D. Marinus (november 1928, The C. W. Daniel Co.) ''preface''
 +
 
'''1929'''
 
'''1929'''
 
* [[The Conan Doyle Stories]] (26 june 1929, [[John Murray]]) ''preface''
 
* [[The Conan Doyle Stories]] (26 june 1929, [[John Murray]]) ''preface''
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* [[Léon Denis Intime]], by Claire Baumard (november 1929, Ed. Jean Meyer) ''preface''
 
* [[Léon Denis Intime]], by Claire Baumard (november 1929, Ed. Jean Meyer) ''preface''
 
* [[The Spiritual Adventures of a Business Man]], by T. A. R. Purchas (december 1929, Simpkin Marshall & The Psychic Press) ''foreword''
 
* [[The Spiritual Adventures of a Business Man]], by T. A. R. Purchas (december 1929, Simpkin Marshall & The Psychic Press) ''foreword''
 +
 
'''1930'''
 
'''1930'''
 
* [[The New Nuctemeron, The Twelve Hours of Apollonius of Tyana]], by Marjorie Livingston (june 1930, Rider & Co.) ''preface''
 
* [[The New Nuctemeron, The Twelve Hours of Apollonius of Tyana]], by Marjorie Livingston (june 1930, Rider & Co.) ''preface''

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Arthur Conan Doyle was very prolific before, during and after Sherlock Holmes. He wrote more than 300 fictions (including 24 novels) of all genres like history, fantasy, adventure, science-fiction, crimes, drama, war... and more than 1200 other works as essays, pamphlets, articles, letters to the press, poems, interviews, plays... on every subjects such as politics, spiritualism, war, crimes, etc. This is the full bibliography of his published writings. See also his handwriting section.

The list below only shows original titles and first editions.

For other editions, please follow the links in each entry.



Fictions

All (300)

ca. 1864~1865

ca. 1870~1875

ca. 1877

1879

1880

1881

1882

1883

1884

1885

1886

1887

1888

1889

1889-1890

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1896-1897

1897

1898

1899


1900

1901-1902

1902

1903

1904

1905-1906

1907

1908

1909

1910

1911

1912

1913

1914

1914-1915

1916

1917

1918

1921

1922

1923

1924

1925-1926

1926

1927

1927-1928

1928

1929

1930

2011 (posthume)

Undated


Collected Fictions



1889

1890

1892

1893

1894

1896

1900

1903

1905

1908

1911

1912

1914

1917

1918

1920s

1922

1925

1927

1928-1929

1929

1930



Essays, Articles

All (1063)

1873

1879

1881

1882

1883

1884

1885

1886

1887

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

1901

1902

1903

1904

1905

1906

1906-1907

1907

1908

1909

1910

1911

1912

1913

1914

1915

1916

1917

1918

1919

1920

1921

1922

1923

1924

1925

1926

1927

1928

1929

1930

Posthume


Collected essays


1900

1914

1916

1923-1924

1926

1928

1930


Poems

All (105)

1870

1873

1883

1887

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1909

1910

  • 1902-1909 (august 1910, Rifleman) as 1902-1910

1911

1912

1913

1915

1917

1919

1922

Undated


Collected Poems


1898

1911

1919

1922


Collaborations

1892

1893

1900

1913

  • Divorce and the Church, with Lord Hugh Cecil (december 1913, The Divorce Law Reform Union)
    • Reform of the Law Needed. To purify and Better Social Life, by Conan Doyle

1914

1924

  • Survival (october 1924, G.P. Putnam's Sons)
    • Psychic Experiences, by Conan Doyle

1925

1929


Plays

Undated

1888

1893

1894

1899

1902

1909

1910

1913

1914

  • Dawn (co-written with Percival Wilde)

1921

1922

Interviews

1888

1889

1890

1892

1893

1894

1900

1901

1903

1904

1905

1906

1907

1909

1910

1911

1912

1913

1914

1915

1917

1918

1919

1920

1921

1922

1923

1924

1925

1926

1927

1928

1929

1930


Lectures

1883

1884

1885

1886

1887

1888

1889

1890

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1899

1900

1901

1903

1904

1905

1906

1908

1909

1910

1912

1913

1914

1915

1916

1917

1918

1919


1920

1921

1922

1923

1924

1925

1926

1927

1928

1929

1930

1934


Prefaces, Introductions, Forewords

1890

1894

1901

1903

1905

1907

1908

1909

1911

1912

1913

1914

1915

1916

1917

1918

1919

1920

1921

1922

1923


1924

1925

1926

1927

1928

1929

1930


Translated by Conan Doyle


Not written by Conan Doyle

  • 1889 : Sherlock Holmes: A Drama in Four Acts. This drama was written by William Gillette and not by Conan Doyle, contrary to popular belief.
  • 1894 : A Palpable Hit : wrote by C.R.B. probably Campbell Rae Brown, titled An Actor's Duel, by A.C.D. and advertised as written by him in Bow Bells.
  • 1922 : Exile, by Arthur Doyle (an American playwright)






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