The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Beadle's Weekly, v. I, n. 12, February 3, 1883

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: Beadle's Weekly — v. 1 no. 12
Contents: Conclusions (Work, page 1)
Buffalo Bill's Grip; or Oath-Bound to Custer (Work, chapters XIV-XVI, pages 1-2)
Dear Hands! (Work, page 2)
Lion-Hearted Dick; or The Gentleman Road-Agent. A Wild Tale of California Adventure (Work, chapters XXIX-XXXI, page 2)
The Matter with Hannah (Work, page 3)
John Armstrong, Mechanic; or From the Bottom to the Top of the Ladder. A Story of How a Man Can Rise in America (Work, chapters XXXI-XXXII (conclusion), page 3)
Unbleached Domestics: "Hark" on the Daily Press (Work, page 3)
Spelling in the Nursery (Work, page 3)
A Sailor's Yarn (Work, page 5)
Jack Simons, Detective; or, The Wolves of Washington. A Drama of Lives and Mysteries at the Gay Capital (Work, chapters XXI-XXIII, page 5)
The Lost Lead (Work, pages 5-6)
The League of Three; or Buffalo Bill's Pledge. A Story of a Trail Followed to the Bitter End by the Three Famous Scouts, Buffalo Bill, wild Bill and Texas Jack, the "Princes of the Plains" (Work, chapters LV-LVIII, page 6)
Cupid (Work, page 7)
The Counterfeit Son; or The Enemy in the Dark (Work, chapters XXVI-XXVII, page 7)
A Bad Man With a Gun (Work, page 7)
What is Home Without a Mother (Work, page 8)
Around the Camp-Fire: Zeb Stump's Stratagem (Work, page 8)
The Square Gambler (Work, page 8)
Date: February 3, 1883
Publisher: Beadle and Adams (1872-1898) (New York (N.Y.)) -- United States
Edition Description: Also includes: Stories of Animals (department), Popular Poems (department) with 5 poems, The Wide Awake Papers (department), The Owl Papers (department), Correspondents' Column (department), Telephone Echoes (department), and filler. There are a number of short articles including: Darky in the Well, What the Cattle Men Demand, A Big Nugget, How It Feels, An Arkansas Performance, The Gold Product of California, A Very Remarkable Man, A Trapper's Nerve, and Pat Holland's "Sell".
Length: 8 pages

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