The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Home, v. V, no. II, February 1858

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Home — v. 5 no. 2
Contents: Martha Washington (Work, pages 55-60)
The Russian Lottery Ticket (Work, pages 61-68)
Ruling Wives (Work, pages 68-70)
My Neighbor's Step-Son (Work, chapters III-IV, pages 73-80)
Letters From Quietside (Work, I, pages 80-85)
Earth's Lingerer (Work, page 85)
"Every Heart Knoweth Its Own Bitterness" (Work, page 86)
Echoes (Work, page 86)
Vermont (Work, page 86)
"Respectable-Looking" (Work, pages 87-89)
A Blighted Bud (Work, pages 90-93)
Babies (Work, pages 93-94)
Two Ways Of Correcting A Fault (Work, pages 94-95)
A House Without "Improvements" (Work, pages 95-96)
Female Education (Work, pages 96-97)
"Oh! I Wish I Was Rich" (Work, pages 97-98)
Aunt Ree Enn and the Children (Work, pages 98)
Parting Words (Work, page 99)
The Bankrupt Merchant (Work, page 99)
The Family (Work, page 99)
Husband and Wife (Work, page 99)
Freedom For The Children (Work, page 100)
Woman and Flowers (Work, page 100)
Date: January, 1858
Publisher: Beadle and Adams (1856-1860) (Buffalo (N.Y.)) -- United States
Edition Description: Possibly missing pages 71 and 72 Also includes: Editor's Department (including the departments "Who Does It?”, “Our Premiums”, “Our Correspondents”, “What Our Friends Say Of Us”, “Recipes”, and “book Notices”); plus short filler items (including “The London News”, “Morality of Divorces”).
Length: 48 pages

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