The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Banner Weekly, v. IV, no. 159, November 28, 1885


Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Banner Weekly — v. 4 no. 159
Contents: My Song (Work, page 1)
The Dead Shot Nine; or, My Pards of the Plains (Work, chapters VIII-X, pages 1-2)
Attacked by River Pirates (Work, page 2)
Leaves from a Lawyer's Life: The Birch-bark Will (Work, page 2)
Hope and Regret (Work, page 2)
Rattling Hal, The Prince of the 'Prentices; or, The Old Locksmith's Secret (Work, chapters XXIV-XXV, pages 2-3)
Two Strange Seamen (Work, page 3)
A King Snake Asserts His Sovereignty (Work, page 3)
Fitznoodle's First Reception (Work, page 4)
Why Is It? (Work, page 5)
The Dead Traveler (Work, page 5)
How the Morning Broke (Work, page 5)
The Midshipman Rover; or, The Red Privateer (Work, chapters XVII-XIX, page 5)
I Saw Her But a Moment (Work, page 6)
The Deer-Hunt (Work, page 6)
Sic Transit Gloria Mundi (Work, page 6)
The Stranger Sharp; or, The Fresh of Frisco's Santa Fe Lay-Out (Work, chapters XXV-XXVII, pages 6-7)
A Moqui Snake Dance (Work, page 7)
Fish Farming (Work, page 7)
Twenty Years (Work, page 8)
The Stage-Driver's Story (Work, page 8)
The Twelfth Juror (Work, page 8)
A Patriot's Prayer (Work, page 8)
The Little Red Jockey (Work, page 8)
Date: November 28, 1885
Edition Description: Also includes: Casual Mention (department), Poems for the Pensive (department) with 7 poems, Happy-Go-Lucky Papers (department), Letters and Talks (department), Focused Facts (department), Wine of the Wits (department), Correspondents' Column (department), Life Illustrated with 4 short articles, Telephone Echoes (department), a short article entitled, Teaching the Indian, and filler.
Length: 8 pages

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