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Good Words

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Good Words (Christmas 1891)
Good Words (march 1883)

Good Words was a monthly British periodical established in 1860 by Scottish publisher Alexander Strahan. In 1906, Good Words was amalgamated with the weekly Sunday Magazine, and published in that format until 1910.

In 1883 and 1891, the magazine published 1 article and 1 novel written by Arthur Conan Doyle.

By Conan Doyle in Good Words



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