The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - New York weekly v. XXII, no. 42

Series: New York Weekly — v. 22 no. 42
Contents: Smiles and Tears. A Morning Lesson (Work)
A life at stake (Work, chapters 5-6)
Better than gold (Work)
D. D. D., M. D., or, How I was started in business (Work)
Hymn of thanksgiving (Work)
Captured by guerrillas (Work)
Ad Ministrum. Translated from Horace, Liber. 1., Ode 38 (Work)
The mysterious ship (Work)
Scraps from an ex-policeman's diary (Work)
The world beyond (Work)
Wild Redburn; or, The poisoner's daughter (Work, chapter 22)
Lake Memphremagog (Work)
Come to me (Work)
The Burnt-Mill Farm. A Story of England Fifty Years Ago (Work, 13-14)
Our hero (Work)
Grinder papers. Second series (Work, no. 21)
The Heiress of Egremont (Work, final chapter)
Widowed (Work)
The death race, or, The white rose of the valley (Work)
Be kind to each other (Work)
A hasty match (Work)
The coquette's punishment (Work)
Home (Work)
Date: September 5, 1867
Publisher: Street & Smith (New York (N.Y.): 11 Frankfort St.) -- United States
Edition Description: Also includes: Doestick's letters (department), The Josh Billings papers (department), short filler items, Items of interest (department), publisher's advertisements, To correspondents (department), Pleasant paragraphs (department), Our knowledge box (department).
Length: 8 pages

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