The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The New York Saturday Journal, v. XI, no. 538, July 3, 1880

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The New York Saturday Journal — v. 11 no. 538
Contents: A Sunday Walk (Work, page 1)
The Black Riddle; or, Girlish Charms and Golden Dowers. A Story of Morley Beeches (Work, chapters I-III, pages 1-2)
An Admonition (Work, page 2)
The Diamond Duke; or, The Flower of Calcutta, A Story of Strange Lands and Seas (Work, chapters XXI-XXIII, pages 2-3)
Asa Scott, The Steamboat Boy; or, The Land Pirates of the Mississippi, A Romance of a Rich Boy and a Poor Boy (Work, chapters XXI-XXII, page 3)
Mrs. Dibbs's Burglar (Work, page 3)
Blossoms and Dreams (Work, page 5)
Talked About People: Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, D. D., Pastor of the Tabernacle, Brooklyn, N. Y. (Work, page 5)
The Gift (Work, page 5)
Was She a Wife? or, The Proof of Love, A New York Society Story (Work, chapters X-XI, pages 5-6)
That Day (Work, page 6)
Richard Talbot of Cinnabar; or, The Brothers of the Red Hand (Work, chapters XXV-XXVI, page 6)
A Pretty Face, A Railroad Adventure (Work, page 6)
One Milestone (Work, page 7)
Shamus O'Brien, The Bould Boy of Glingal; or, Irish Hearts and Irish Homes (Work, chapters XXXII-XXXIV, page 7)
Mark Vicker's Oath; or, The Young Scout's Love and Revenge (Work, page 7)
My Red Headed Sweetheart (Work, page 8)
Saddle and Lariat; or, The Young Nimrods of the Pampas (Work, III, page 8)
Miriam's Story (Work, page 8)
Broadcloth or Homespun? (Work, page 8)
Date: July 3, 1880
Publisher: Beadle and Adams (1872-1898) -- United States of America
Edition Description: Also includes: Beat Time’s Notes (department), Sunshine Papers (department), What I Know of America (department), Topics of the Time (department), Readers and Contributors (department), Ripples (department); plus mission and editorial, publisher's advertisements, and short filler items.
Length: 8 pages

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