The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Banner Weekly, v. IX, no. 422, December 13, 1890


Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Banner Weekly — v. 9 no. 422
Contents: The Grave by the Side of the Trail (Work, page 1)
Cell No. 13; or, The Inheritance Accursed. Three Scenes in a Startling Drama (Work, scenes 1-3, chapters I-II pages 1-2)
"Meek Moses!" A Romance of Top Notch (Work, page 2)
The Sea Wraith; or, The Privateer Prince. A Romance of Broadsides, Boarders and Blue Waters (Work, chapters XXXVIII-XLI, pages 2-3)
Andy's Blink Oath (Work, page 2)
The Editor's Dilemma (Work, page 4)
Since Nellie Went Away (Work, page 5)
Devisor and Devisee: From the Notes of a Lawyer (Work, page 5)
Every Dog Must Have His Day (Work, page 5)
Gentleman Jack, the Man of Many Masks; or, Buffalo Bill's Peerless Pard. A Romance of Tangled Trails followed by Buffalo Bill and his Buckskin Heroes, Surgeon Frank Powell, Wild Bill, Texas Jack, Captain Jack Crawford, Buckskin Sam, Colorado Carl and a Mysterious Unknown (Work, chapters XIX-XXII, pages 5-6)
The Ex-Boomer's Reminiscences: Voting Bonds (Work, page 6)
"Haunted!" (Work, page 6)
The Red Scorpion; or, The Man of Three Names (Work, chapters XVII-XIX, pages 6-7)
Sol Sharpe, the New York Night-Hawk; or, Piping the Hayden Case (Work, chapters XIV-XV (conclusion), page 7)
Ethiopian Ethics: "And Ruth Went, and Gleaned in the Field of Boaz" (Work, page 7)
Bill Tanner, Chief (Work, page 8)
The Mulligans Try Rusticating (Work, part XIII, page 8)
Silvery Locks (Work, page 8)
Prairie Pards; or, Tales of Border Trails: Bronco Bill's Bet (Work, page 8)
The Promoter of Big Bear Flat: A Story of a Barrel of Mysteries (Work, page 8)
Date: December 13, 1890
Publisher: Beadle and Adams (1872-1898) (New York (N.Y.): No. 98 William Street) -- United States
Edition Description: Also includes: short filler items ("A Human Analysis," "The New Game Waleedi"), Banner Casuals, departments Popular Poems, Happy-Go-Lucky Papers, Literary and Otherwise, Wine of the Wits, Correspondents' Column, and Bannerettes.
Length: 8 pages

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