The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Beadle's Dime Dialogues no. 4

(Beadle and Adams edition)
(Beadle and Company edition)

Combined Summary

Online Full Text: Digital Library @ Villanova University (Beadle and Adams edition)
Northern Illinois University (Beadle and Company edition)
Series: Beadle's Dime Dialogues — no. 4
Alternate Title: Beadle's Dime Dialogues No. 4: Choice Original Colloquies, Minor Dramas, Farces, Etc., Prepared Expressly For And Adapted To Any Ordinary School Stage Or Room
Subject / Tag: Dialogues, English
Contents: The Frost King (Work, pages 9-14)
Starting in Life (Work, pages 15-22)
Faith, Hope, and Charity (Work, pages 22-24)
Darby and Joan (Work, pages 24-27)
The May (Work, pages 28-30)
The Enchanted Princess (Work, pages 30-36)
Honor To Whom Honor Is Due (Work, pages 37-46)
The Gentle Client (Work, pages 47-49)
Phrenology, A Discussion (Work, pages 49-60)
The Stubbletown Volunteer (Work, pages 60-64)
A Scene From "Paul Pry" (Work, pages 65-69)
The Charms, A Parlor Drama In Two Acts (Work, pages 69-77)
Bee, Clock and Broom (Work, pages 77-79)
The Right Way (Work, pages 80-82)
What the Ledger Days (Work, pages 82-84)
The Crimes of Dress (Work, pages 85-88)
The Reward of Benevolence (Work, pages 88-95)
The Letter (Work, pages 95-96)
Editor: Legrand, Louis (pseudonym used by Victor, Orville J. (Orville James), 1827-1910)
Dates: 1866 (Beadle and Adams edition)
April 13, 1866 (Beadle and Company edition)
Publishers: Beadle and Adams edition: Beadle and Adams (1872-1898) (New York (N.Y.): No. 98 William Street) -- United States
Beadle and Company edition: Beadle and Company (New York (N.Y.): 118 William St.) -- United States
OCLC Number: 1056194143 (Beadle and Company edition)
Edition Descriptions: Beadle and Adams edition:
Also includes: introductory (department) and publisher's advertisements.

Beadle and Company edition:
Also includes: introductory (department) and publisher's advertisements.
Length: 104 pages (Beadle and Adams edition)
Notes: 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. Reissues of this and all succeeding numbers came from the various publishing addresses. --Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams

Known Editions

Beadle and Adams edition
Beadle and Company edition

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