The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Beadle's Weekly, v. II, n. 57, December 15, 1883

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: Beadle's Weekly — v. 2 no. 57
Contents: Don and Dot; or, The Beautiful Detective (Work, chapters VI (continued)-IX, pages 1-2)
Poor Cribbetts (Work, page 2)
Fifty, Minus One (Work, page 2)
Larry Locke, the Man of Iron; or, A Fight for Fortune. A Story of Labor and Capital (Work, chapters XXII-XXIV, pages 2-3)
The Old Mill (Work, page 3)
Youthful Recollections (Work, page 3)
"Mayne Reid" (Work, page 3)
The Quilting Bee (Work, page 5)
Gideon Goldlace, the High Horse of the Pacific. A Tale of Western Texas (Work, chapters XVII-XIX, page 5)
Teasing Dick (Work, page 6)
Joe (Work, page 6)
Historic Bandits: Black Beard, the American Coast Scourge (Work, page 6)
Gentleman Joe (Work, page 6)
Whip-King Joe, The Boy Ranchero; or, The Border Schoolmaster (Work, chapters IX-X, pages 6-7)
City Life Sketches: Guy Smythe, the Reporter (Work, page 7)
The Old Settler's Besetting Sins (Work, page 7)
A Song for A Songstress (Work, page 8)
Around the Camp-Fire: How Uncle Jake and Aunt Sukey "Fetched the Painter" (Work, page 8)
Lazy Pete (Work, page 8)
The Campaign Opened (Work, page 8)
Date: December 15, 1883
Publisher: Beadle and Adams (1872-1898) (New York (N.Y.)) -- United States
Edition Description: Also includes: Personals (department), Popular Poems (department) with 5 poems, The Wide Awake Papers (department), The Owl Papers (department), Focused Facts (department), Correspondents' Column (department), a writer's contest, and filler. There are a number of short articles including: The Necessity of Work, Ancient America, An Able Californian Story, The Inhabitants of the Indian Territory, A "Genuine" Snake Story, A Sinking Mountain, Stronger than Horses, Seen in Colorado, "All Talk and No Cider", and Wonderful Presence of Mind.
Length: 8 pages

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