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: The Banner 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 (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
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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