The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Young New Yorker, v. I, no. 19, March 29, 1879

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Young New Yorker — v. 1 no. 19
Contents: The Day-Dawn (Work, pages 1 and 4)
Pluck Wins; or, The Story of Perseverance Boat-Club (Work, chapters IV-VI, pages 1-2)
John Ennis, The Man Who Has Challenged Rowell For The Belt (Work, pages 1 and 4)
The Child Violinist (Work, page 2)
Antelope Hunting in India (Work, pages 2-3)
Sharking in Mid-Ocean (Work, page 3)
Loyal Sons of America: To Fathers and Mothers (Work, page 3)
Amateur Journalism: Tribute of Respect (Work, page 3)
The Boy Jockey, or, Honesty Versus Crookedness (Work, chapters XXVIII-XXX, page 5)
From My Arm-Chair (Work, page 5)
Two Heads Better Than One, A Strange Story of Spanish Assassination (Work, pages 5-6)
Sports and Pastimes: The Amateur Outlook (Work, page 6)
Good-By To The Belt (Work, page 8)
Hocking Hunters; or, Deer Hunting in the Wilds of Michigan (Work, no. IV, page 8)
The Siesta (Work, page 8)
Date: March 29, 1879
Edition Description: Also includes: News and Notes of the Day (department), Questions Answered (department), Rod and Gun (department), Athletics (department), Yachting and Rowing (department), and Humor Graphics (department); plus mission, publisher's advertisements, and short filler items (including “Stammering”).
Length: 8 pages

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