The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Beadle's Dime Dialogues no. 41


Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: Beadle's Dime Dialogues — no. 41
Alternate Title: The Dime Dialogues No. 41: For Schools, Homes And Amateur Theatricals, For Exhibitions, Entertainments And Dramatic Evenings, For Dress, Scenic And Professional Performance, Humerous [Sic.], Serious, Pathetic, Burlesque, Farcial [Sic.], Moral And Instructive
Subject / Tag: Dialogues, English
Contents: The Happy Termination; or, A Lunatic Abroad (Work, pages 9-17)
The Tell-Tale Telegram; or, An Impressionable Woman (Work, pages 17-21)
Too Many Smiths; or, The Much Wanted Letter (Work, pages 22-29)
The Thirteen Original States (Work, pages 30-35)
The Agent And His Victim (Work, pages 36-37)
Playing the Races; or, The Easy Road to Ruin (Work, pages 37-41)
A Visit to the Moon (Work, pages 41-42)
The New School for Scandal; or, The Uproar in Shanty-Town (Work, pages 43-48)
Lime Kiln Club Logic; or, The Argumentum Ad Hominem (Work, pages 48-51)
Breaking in the Dominie; or, Why the Boys Didn't Eat Their Feast (Work, pages 51-55)
Watching for Santa Claus (Work, pages 56-58)
One of the Daughters of the New Dispensation (Work, pages 59-61)
The Highest Duty of All; or, The Test That Tells (Work, pages 62-67)
A Double Surprise for the Scoopers; or, Uncle Ben's Reward (Work, pages 68-75)
The Stars' Contention; or, Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men (Work, pages 75-78)
The Model Examination; or, The Way Not To Conduct A School (Work, pages 79-81)
Allee Samee 'Mellican Man (Work, pages 82-86)
Screen Doors; or, Kitty Mulroon's Disaster (Work, pages 86-92)
Date: November 24, 1894
Publisher: M.J. Ivers & Co. (New York (N.Y.): 379 Pearl St.) -- United States
OCLC Number: 1059463665
Edition Description: Also includes: publisher's advertisements.
Length: 92 pages

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