The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Beadle's Weekly, v. I, n. 38, August 4, 1883

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: Beadle's Weekly — v. 1 no. 38
Contents: Nick Fox, The Demon Detective; or, The Black-Faced Band of the Romany Rye (Work, chapters V-VI, pages 1-2)
I Will Still Be Your Friend (Work, page 2)
Hercules, the Dumb Destroyer; or, Dick, the Boy Ranger. A Romance of the Niobrara (Work, chapters XII-XIV, page 2)
Bob McGuire (Work, page 3)
Norman Case, Printer; or, From the Form to the Forum (Work, chapters XVII-XVIII, page 3)
The Blade of Sedgemoor; A Romance of the Rout at Bridgewater (Work, page 3)
Farmer John's Advice To His Son (Work, page 5)
The Sailor of Fortune; or, The Buccaneers of Barnegat Bay. A Romance of the Early Days of the Present Century (Work, chapters XXIII-XXV, page 5)
Satan (Work, pages 5-6)
Sonnet (Work, page 6)
Wild Bill, the Whirlwind of the West; or, The Buckskin Bravos of the Platte. A Story of Wild Adventures of Real Heroes of the Border (Work, chapters XLI-XLIV, page 6)
The Life He Leads (Work, page 6)
The Pauper's Burial (Work, page 7)
The Telegraph Detective; or The Dynamite League (Work, chapters XXIX-XXXI (conclusion), page 7)
A Typical Bad Man (Work, page 7)
What Doth The Girl of Fashion Do? (Work, page 8)
Around the Camp-Fire: Old Joe's "Squar' Feed" (Work, page 8)
Unbleached Domestics: "Hark," on Nature and Human Nature (Work, page 8)
Western Desperadoes: Jim White (Work, page 8)
Date: August 4, 1883
Publisher: Beadle and Adams (1872-1898) (New York (N.Y.)) -- United States
Edition Description: Also includes: Casual Mention (department), The Wide Awake Papers (department), The Owl Papers (department), Focused Facts (department), Correspondents' Column (department), Telephone Echoes (department), and filler. There are a number of short articles including: How a Clerk Made a Fortune, A Tree That Gets Angry, An Irish Fireman's Feat, Three Wonderful Pillars, An Atmospheric Phenomenon, Lassoing a Big Bear, The Stay-at-Home Young Man, and Music Under Difficulties.
Length: 8 pages

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