The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Saturday Journal, v. XIII, no. 626, March 11, 1882

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Series: The Saturday Journal v. 13 no. 626
Item: The Saturday Journal, v. XIII, no. 626, March 11, 1882
Contents: Weber's Waltz (page 1)
The Lady of the Lone Isle; or, More Sinned Against Than Sinning (part I: chapters IV-VI, pages 1-2)
A Simple Cure (page 2)
In Winter Days (page 2)
Without a Name; or, In Sackcloth and Ashes (chapters XXV-XXVII, pages 2-3)
Bridal Customs (page 3)
The Difference, From the N. Y. Sun (page 3)
The Aesthete To The Rose, From Punch (page 3)
The Proud One, From the Boston Transcript (page 3)
"Invisible Spirit Of Wine", From the Chicago Inter Ocean (page 3)
Where Is She Now? From Puck (page 3)
Spiritus, From the Providence Journal (page 3)
A Young Housekeeper's Trials (no. II, page 4)
Hearth and Home Ballads: We Must Leave The Old Home, Mary (page 5)
The Double Detective; or, The Midnight Mystery. A Romance of the Southland, of the Mysteries of New Orleans, and of the many men and many women of many lands who dwell in the Crescent City (chapters IV-VI, pages 5-6)
The Schoolmaster (page 6)
Love's Wild Imagining (page 6)
Badly "Sold" (page 6)
La Marmoset, The Detective Queen; or, The Lost Heir of Morel (chapters XLI-XLII, page 6)
Drowned (page 7)
Magnolia Leaves; or, Character Sketches of the South Land (II, page 7)
Border Queens; or, Heroines of Plaza and Plain: Mexican Mary (page 7)
Only a Drayman, A Moving-Day Romance (page 7)
Fashions in Finger Rings, Gems that are Desired in Settings and Those that have had no Sale Lately (page 7)
Bits Of Conversation Caught (page 8)
Brought to Her Senses (page 8)
Date: March 11, 1882
Publisher: Beadle and Adams (1872-1898) (New York (N.Y.)) -- United States
Description: Also includes: Ripples (department), Sunshine Papers (department), Photographically (department), Freelance Dashes (department), Fashions in Carpets and Upholstery (department), A Poor Girl’s Good Fortune (department), Foolscap Papers (department), Items of Current Interest (department), Notes and Answers, To Readers and Correspondents (department), Illustrated Enigmas, Charades, Etc. (department); plus mission and editorial, publisher's advertisements, and short filler items.
Length: 8 pages

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