The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Home, v. VIII, no. V, November 1859

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Home: A Fireside Monthly — v. 8 no. 5
Contents: Sadness In Literature (Work, pages 203-209)
There's Nothing Lost (Work, page 209)
"A Trifle Jealous" (Work, pages 210-214)
Uses of Sorrow (Work, page 214)
Litany (Work, page 214)
Children—Our Thanksgiving Sermon (Work, pages 215-216)
Roselawn (Work, II (conclusion), pages 217-222)
"Weak and Wounded, Sick and Sore" (Work, page 222)
What Is She Like? (Work, page 222)
A Peep At Private Correspondence (Work, pages 223-225)
Music (Work, page 225)
The Wrong Righted; or, The Old Heart and the Daughter (Work, chapters XVI (continued)- XVII (conclusion), pages 226-231)
A String of Good Things; or, Fruits From The Freshest Fields (Work, pages 232-233)
Hints To Young Mothers (Work, III, pages 234-236)
"As A Little Child" (Work, pages 236-237)
The Child Artist, An Episode In The Life Of Wolfgang Mozart (Work, pages 237-241)
Choice Sentiments (Work, page 241)
Date: November, 1859
Publisher: Beadle and Adams (1856-1860) (Buffalo (N.Y.)) -- United States
Edition Description: Also includes: Editor's Retreat (including the departments "Be Choice In Your Reading", "The Evil of Common Associations", "Shadows", "Widow Wicks", "Novel Charms", "The Old Arm-Chair", and "The Faith of Woman"), Home Hints and Helps (department), Editor's Table (department), and Book Notices (department); plus short filler items (including "Modesty", "True Love").
Length: 48 pages

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