The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Banner Weekly, v. IX, no. 466, October 17, 1891

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Banner Weekly — v. 9 no. 466
Contents: Majory Jasper (Work, page 1)
Kit Bandy's "Star" Engagement, or, Desert Dan, the Saddle Prince of the Rio Hondo (Work, chapters IX-XII, pages 1-2)
Tired, On a Picture of a Tired Child (Work, page 2)
Silky Steele, the Stay-in Sport; or, The Catch-on at Camp Climax (Work, chapters XVI-XVIII, pages 2-3)
In Fair Vienna (Work, page 3)
'Twould Make a Better World (Work, page 3)
Bridget and the Agent (Work, page 3)
Why Shapest Thou at This World (Work, page 3)
John Bowers's Apprenticeship (Work, page 3)
Who Discovered America? (Work, page 4)
A Wise Woman (Work, page 4)
Farmer John on Children's Day (Work, page 5)
Our Foreign Friend (Work, page 5)
In from the Fields (Work, page 5)
The Two Midshipmen; or, The Young Corsair-Chaser's First Cruise (Work, chapters IV-VI, pages 5-6)
Was He a Coward? (Work, page 6)
Those Were Our Brightest Days (Work, page 6)
Saint and Satyr; or, James Bowie's Terrible Temptation (Work, chapters XXVII-XXX, pages 6-7)
Waitin' fur de Angel to Cum! (Work, page 7)
Buffalo Bill's Quandary, or, Velvet Bill's vow (Work, chapters LVI-LIX, page 7)
A Weak Appetite (Work, page 8)
Mulligan and the Abalone (Work, page 8)
Brought to Light; or, The Tell-Tale Scar (Work, page 8)
Date: October 17, 1891
Edition Description: Also includes: short filler items ("An Effective Valedictory", "A Valuable Enemy"), departments ("Banner Casuals", "Popular Poems", "Happy-Go-Lucky Papers", "Bannerettes", "Wine of the Wits", "Correspondents' Column", "Telephone Echoes"), unattributed poems, advertisements.
Length: 8 pages

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