In Victorian times, Honor Bright is driven out of her home village because the villagers think she is a typhoid carrier after her parents die from it. She goes to London, where she falls foul of Aunt Betsy, who runs a Fagin-style racket of training girls to beg and steal. Honor refuses to do the same and sets out to lead an example of courage and honesty for the girls to follow.
- The Courage of Honor Bright – Mandy: #424 (01 March 1975) – #435 (17 May 1975)
- Reprinted: Mandy – #945 (23 February 1985) – #956 (11 May 1985)