The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Beadle's Dime Patriotic Speaker

(Reprint edition (American News Company imprint))
(Reprint edition (J. M. Crawford imprint))

Combined Summary

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University (Reprint edition (American News Company imprint))
Northern Illinois University (Reprint edition (J. M. Crawford imprint))
Series: Beadle's Dime Speakers — no. 3
Alternate Title: Beadle's Dime Patriotic Speaker: Being Extracts from the Splendid Oratory of Judge Holt, General Mitchell, Dr. Orestes A. Brownson, Edward Everett, The Great Union Square (N.Y.) Addresses, Thomas Francis Meagher, Stephen A. Douglas, Daniel S. Dickinson, Carl Shurz, Rev. Dr. Bellows, and Others; Together with Poems for the Hour
Subjects / Tags: History
Recitations
Speeches, addresses, etc., American
United States
Contents: Reprint edition (American News Company imprint):
America to the World (Work, pages 9-10)
Love of Country (Work, pages 10-11)
The Right of Self-Preservation (Work, pages 11-12)
Our Cause (Work, pages 13-14)
A Kentuckian's Appeal (Work, pages 14-15)
Kentucky Steadfast (Work, pages 15-16)
Timidity is Treason (Work, pages 16-17)
The Alarum (Work, page 18)
April 15th, 1861 (Work, page 18)
The Spirit of '61 (Work, page 19)
The Precious Heritage (Work, pages 20-22)
The Irish Element (Work, pages 23-24)
George Francis Train's Speech Before the Brotherhood of St. Patrick, in London (Work, pages 24-27)
Byron Christy's Burlesque Stump Speech (Work, pages 27-29)
Let Me Alone (Work, pages 29-30)
The Brigand-ier-General Contractor (Work, pages 30-31)
The Draft (Work, pages 31-32)
The Union Square Speeches (Work, pages 33-47)
The Union (Work, page 47)
Our Country's Call (Work, pages 48-49)
The Story of an Oak-Tree (Work, pages 49-51)
L-E-G (Elegy) on my Leg (Work, page 51)
History of our Flag (Work, pages 52-54)
Extracts From Thomas Francis Meagher's Address Before the "Monster Irish Festival," Held at Jones' Wood (Near New York City), August 29th, 1861 (Work, pages 55-58)
How Much We Owe to the Union (Work, pages 58-60)
Extracts from the Last Speech Made by Stephen Arnold Douglas, Delivered at Chicago, May 1st, 1861 (Work, pages 60-63)
Extracts from President Lincoln's Message Extra Session of Congress, July 4th, 1861 (Work, pages 64-68)
The Great Bell Roland (Work, pages 69-71)
The New Year and the Union (Work, pages 71-72)
King Cotton (Work, pages 72-74)
Battle Anthem (Work, page 75)
The Ends of Peace (Work, pages 76-77)
Freedom the Watchword (Work, pages 77-80)
The Crisis of our National Disease (Work, pages 80-83)
The Duty of Christian Patriots (Work, pages 83-86)
Turkey Dan's Fourth of July Oration (Work, pages 86-87)
A Fearless Plea (Work, pages 87-89)
The Onus of Slavery (Work, pages 90-92)
A Foreigner's Tribute (Work, pages 92-94)
The Little Zouave (Work, pages 94-95)
Catholic Cathedral (Work, pages 96-97)
The "Speculators" (Work, page 98)

Reprint edition (J. M. Crawford imprint):
America to the World (Work, pages 9-10)
Love of Country (Work, pages 10-11)
The Right of Self-Preservation (Work, pages 11-12)
Our Cause (Work, pages 13-14)
A Kentuckian's Appeal (Work, pages 14-15)
Kentucky Steadfast (Work, pages 15-16)
Timidity is Treason (Work, pages 16-17)
The Alarum (Work, page 18)
April 15th, 1861 (Work, page 18)
The Spirit of '61 (Work, page 19)
The Precious Heritage (Work, pages 20-22)
The Irish Element (Work, pages 23-24)
George Francis Train's Speech Before the Brotherhood of St. Patrick, in London (Work, pages 24-27)
Byron Christy's Burlesque Stump Speech (Work, pages 27-29)
Let Me Alone (Work, pages 29-30)
The Brigand-ier-General Contractor (Work, pages 30-31)
The Draft (Work, pages 31-32)
The Union Square Speeches (Work, pages 33-47)
The Union (Work, page 47)
Our Country's Call (Work, pages 48-49)
The Story of an Oak-Tree (Work, pages 49-51)
L-E-G (Elegy) on my Leg (Work, page 51)
History of our Flag (Work, pages 52-54)
Extracts From Thomas Francis Meagher's Address Before the "Monster Irish Festival," Held at Jones' Wood (Near New York City), August 29th, 1861 (Work, pages 55-58)
How Much We Owe to the Union (Work, pages 58-60)
Extracts from the Last Speech Made by Stephen Arnold Douglas, Delivered at Chicago, May 1st, 1861 (Work, pages 60-63)
Extracts from President Lincoln's Message Extra Session of Congress, July 4th, 1861 (Work, pages 64-68)
The Great Bell Roland (Work, pages 69-71)
The New Year and the Union (Work, pages 71-72)
King Cotton (Work, pages 72-74)
Battle Anthem (Work, page 75)
The Ends of Peace (Work, pages 76-77)
Freedom the Watchword (Work, pages 77-80)
The Crisis of our National Disease (Work, pages 80-83)
The Duty of Christian Patriots (Work, pages 83-86)
Turkey Dan's Fourth of July Oration (Work, pages 86-87)
A Fearless Plea (Work, pages 87-89)
The Onus of Slavery (Work, pages 90-92)
A Foreigner's Tribute (Work, pages 92-94)
The Little Zouave (Work, pages 94-95)
Catholic Cathedral (Work, pages 96-97)
The "Speculators" (Work, page 98)
Our Native Land (Work, page 99)
Dates: October 8, 1862 (Original edition)
1863 (Reprint edition (American News Company imprint))
1863 (Reprint edition (J. M. Crawford imprint))
Publishers: Reprint edition (American News Company imprint): Beadle and Company (New York (N.Y.): 141 William St.) -- United States
Reprint edition (J. M. Crawford imprint): Beadle and Company (New York (N.Y.): 141 William St.) -- United States
OCLC Numbers: 31734864 (Reprint edition (American News Company imprint))
45548158 (Reprint edition (J. M. Crawford imprint))
Edition Descriptions: Reprint edition (American News Company imprint):
Also includes: Introduction (department) and publisher's advertisements.

Reprint edition (J. M. Crawford imprint):
Also includes: Introduction (department) and publisher's advertisements.
Length: 98 pages (Reprint edition (American News Company imprint))
99 pages (Reprint edition (J. M. Crawford imprint))
Notes: "The preface is signed O. J. V. (O. J. Victor), and is dated October, 1862. There are 99 pages plus one blank page. Later editions carry a copyright date of 1863."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels

Known Editions

Original edition
Reprint edition (American News Company imprint)
Reprint edition (J. M. Crawford imprint)

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