In May 1911, with Mrs. Whidborne's permission, Sub-Editor McClelland published a compilation of extracts from the magazine's February, March and April issues in yapp-edged brown paper covers under the title Pages From The Merry Thought (Kipling bibliographies: Martindell 129, Livingston 357, Stewart 364). The most prominently featured was Kipling's piece, with its title made to stand out uniquely in bold capitals on the Contents page, and its text coming first among the fifteen contributions in the pamphlet, beginning opposite a reprinting of Kipling's letter to the Editor of 16 March 1911, sending his submission. (see above)