The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Beadle's Dime Dialogues no. 32


Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: Beadle's Dime Dialogues — no. 32
Alternate Title: The Dime Dialogues No. 32: For School Entertainments, Exhibitions And The Amateur Stage, For All Classes And Characters, Humor, Farce And Burlesque, Parlor And Society Pieces, Pathetic, Dialectic And Moral
Subject / Tag: Dialogues, English
Contents: A Persecuted Man; or, Too Much Mother-In-Law (Work, pages 9-14)
Too Curious For Comfort; or, Don't Stick Your Fingers In Other People's Preserves (Work, pages 15-20)
Under False Guise; or, Charity That Pays (Work, pages 20-24)
A Sure Guide; or, He Is Most Worthy Of Honor Who Most Honors Himself (Work, pages 25-29)
The Eight Little Boys From Nonsense Land (Work, pages 30-32)
How They See The World (Work, pages 32-33)
The Doctor's Office; or, A Very Inquisitive Girl (Work, pages 34-39)
Too Much Side Show; or, Running An Exhibition (Work, pages 39-46)
How Mrs. Ponderous Was Paid; or, Two Ways To Look At Life (Work, pages 46-50)
Polywog Versus Wolypog; or, The Mass Meeting In Podune (Work, pages 51-56)
Tongue and Temper; or, A Smile Better Than A Snarl (Work, pages 57-59)
The Flour of the Family; or, Obadiah Thompson's Wooing (Work, pages 60-65)
Middleton's Mistake; or, The Lesson Brought Home (Work, pages 65-70)
A Valuable Neighbor (Work, pages 70-71)
The Man of Cheek (Work, pages 72-74)
Mr. and Mrs. Blizzard at Home (Work, pages 74-75)
Morgan's Money; or, The Outlaws (Work, pages 76-79)
The Courtship of Miles Standish (Work, pages 80-90)
Date: March 28, 1885
Publisher: M.J. Ivers & Co. (New York (N.Y.): 379 Pearl St.) -- United States
OCLC Number: 54241819
Edition Description: Also includes: publisher's advertisements.
Length: 90 pages

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