The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Beadle's Dime Dialogues no. 4

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: Beadle's Dime Dialogues — no. 4
Alternate Titles: Beadle's dime dialogues : choice original colloquies, minor dramas, farces, etc., prepared expressly for and adapted to any ordinary school stage or room
The Frost King and Summer Queen
Subject / Tag: Dialogues, English
Contents: The frost king (Work)
Starting in life (Work)
Faith, hope, and charity (Work)
Darby and Joan (Work)
The May (Work)
The enchanted princess (Work)
Honor to whom honor is due (Work)
Familiar dialogues and popular discussions (Work)
The Stubbletown volunteer (Work)
A scene from "Paul Pry" (Work)
Bee, Clock and broom (Work)
The right way (Work)
The reward of benevolence (Work)
The charms (Work)
What the ledger days (Work)
The crimes of dress (Work)
The Letter (Work)
Editor: Legrand, Louis (pseudonym used by Victor, Orville J. (Orville James), 1827-1910)
Date: April 13, 1866
Publisher: Beadle and Company (New York: 118 William St.) -- United States of America
OCLC Number: 1056194143
User Summary: This number still appeared originally in cream or buff wrappers, although later editions were enclosed in orange. From now on, the Dialogues contain from 85 to 96 pages and average over 90. Louis Legrand was still given as editor of No. 4, but thereafter his name was omitted. Beadle & Co. published No. 4 from 118 William Street. It was put on sale April 13, 1866, and was deposited for copyright June 15, 1866. The cut on the cover illustrates the dialogue whose title is given above.

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