The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The New York Saturday Journal, v. IX, no. 446, September 28, 1878

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The New York Saturday Journal — v. 9 no. 446
Contents: Parting (Work, page 1)
The Winning Oar; or, The Inn-Keeper's Daughter. A Story of Boston and of Cambridge, of College Boys of Harvard, of the Great Boat-Race, of Woman's Love, Woman's Treachery, and Sisterly Devotion (Work, chapters V-VII, pages 1-2)
Happy Bygone Years (Work, page 2)
Whom Will She Marry? or, Beth Foss, The Parson's Daughter (Work, chapters XXIII-XXIV, pages 2-3)
Franz, The French Detective; or, The Bride of Paris, A Thrilling Story of the Commune (Work, chapters XIV-XV, page 3)
The True Conqueror (Work, page 5)
His Two Loves (Work, page 5)
A Flower (Work, page 5)
The Lamb and the Wolf; or, The Heiress of Llangorren Court (Work, chapters I-IV, pages 5-6)
The Battle-Field (Work, page 6)
Wild Will, The Mad Ranchero; or, The Terrible Texans. A Romance of Kit Carson, Jr., and Big Foot Wallace's Long Trail (Work, chapters XXV (continued)-XXVI, pages 6-7)
The Dear Trysting-Place (Work, page 7)
Elegant Egbert; or, The Gloved Hand, A Mississippi River Romance (Work, chapters XXXVI-XXXVIII, page 7)
Much Struck (Work, page 8)
Tales of an Army Officer: A Sergeant of Custer's; or, The Night Before the Massacre (Work, page 8)
The Huguenot Captain, A Romance of France in the Olden Time (Work, page 8)
Brinkman's Hens (Work, page 8)
Date: September 28, 1878
Publisher: Beadle and Adams (1872-1898) (New York (N.Y.)) -- United States
Edition Description: Also includes: Sunshine Papers (department), Foolscap Papers (department), Topics of the Time (department), Readers and Contributors (department); plus mission and editorial, publisher's advertisements, and short filler items.
Length: 8 pages

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