The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Banner Weekly, v. IV, no. 157, November 14, 1885


Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Banner Weekly — v. 4 no. 157
Contents: The Dead Shot Nine; or, My Pards of the Plains (Work, chapters I-IV, pages 1-2)
The Young Man's Lament (Work, page 2)
Gamin Bob, The Bowery Badger; or, Scooping a Slippery Set (Work, chapters X-XII, pages 2-3)
My Open Grate (Work, page 3)
Base-Ball (Work, page 3)
The Late Mr. Shakspere (Work, page 4)
Farmer John in the Telegraph Office (Work, page 5)
The Death-Bell (Work, page 5)
Dick Wooton's Bride (Work, page 5)
Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone (Work, page 5)
The Midshipman Rover; or, The Red Privateer (Work, chapters XI-XIII, pages 5-6)
The Ring in the Sand (Work, page 6)
Rattling Hal, The Prince of the 'Prentices; or, The Old Locksmith's Secret (Work, chapters XX-XXI, pages 6-7)
My Colors (Work, page 7)
The Stranger Sharp; or, The Fresh of Frisco's Santa Fe Lay-Out (Work, chapters XX-XXI, page 7)
Windy (Work, page 8)
Condemned to be Shot (Work, page 8)
What Frightened Bob Carter (Work, page 8)
Leaves from a Lawyer's Life: A Ghost on the Witness-Stand (Work, page 8)
Date: November 14, 1885
Edition Description: Also includes: Popular Poems (department) with 4 poems, Happy-Go-Lucky Papers (department), Letters and Talks (department), Focused Facts (department), Wine of the Wits (department), Correspondents' Column (department), Science and Industry (department), Telephone Echoes (department), a short article entitled A Tale of a Scoffer, two untitled short articles, and filler.
Length: 8 pages

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