"Put not your trust in money, but put your money in trust." OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES.

- Problem: A Postoffice Perplexity
- Problem: Youthful Precocity
- Problem: At a Cattle Market
- Problem: The Beanfeast Puzzle
- Problem: A Queer Coincidence
- Problem: A Charitable Bequest
- Problem: The Widow's Legacy
- Problem: Indiscriminate Charity
- Problem: The Two Aeroplanes
- Problem: Buying Presents
- Problem: The Cyclists' Feast
- Problem: A Queer Thing in Money
- Problem: A New Money Puzzle
- Problem: Square Money
- Problem: Pocket Money
- Problem: The Millionaire's Perplexity
- Problem: The Puzzling Money-Boxes
- Problem: The Market Women
- Problem: The new Year's Eve Suppers
- Problem: Beef and Sausages
- Problem: A Deal in Apples
- Problem: A Deal in Eggs
- Problem: The Christmas-Boxes
- Problem: A Shopping Perplexity
- Problem: Awkward Money
- Problem: The Junior Clerk's Puzzle
- Problem: Giving Change
- Problem: Defective Observation
- Problem: The Broken Coins
- Problem: Two Questions in Probabilities
- Problem: Domestic Economy
- Problem: The Excursion Ticket Puzzle
- Problem: A Puzzle in Reversals
- Problem: The Grocer and Draper
- Problem: Judkins's Cattle
- Problem: Buying Apples
- Problem: Buying Chestnuts
- Problem: The Bicylce Thief
- Problem: The Costermonger's Puzzle

**Dudeney, H. E.**: "Amusements in Mathematics", The Authors' Club, 1917

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