The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - New York Weekly v. XXIV, no. 14, February 18, 1869

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New York Weekly edition

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Series: New York Weekly v. 24 no. 14
Item: New York Weekly v. XXIV, no. 14, February 18, 1869
Contents: Ashby Hall (page 1)
Curse of Gold; or, The Path of Thorns (chapters I-V, pages 1-2)
I Would Marry in the Spring-Time (page 3)
Peerless Cathleen; or, The Stolen Casket (chapter XIII, page 3)
Eccentric Biography: "Lord" Dexter, the Original of the Class of American "Shoddy;" Lord Francis Bacon; Eugene Aram, the Noted English Usher, Thief and Murderer; "Admirable Crichton;" Oliver Goldsmith (page 4)
In the City of the Dead (page 5)
Iron Fist; or, The Patroon's Daughter. A Tale of Colonial Times (chapters XI-XV, pages 5-6)
Chained to the Oar (page 6)
Millbank (chapters LVII-LVIII (conclusion), page 6)
One Angel More (page 7)
Alice Blake; or, The Ferry-House Meeting (chapters XXXI (continued)-XXXII, page 7)
The World's Minor Gems, No. 5: Transparent, Translucent, Opaque (page 7)
Wearily Watching (page 7)
Reginald's Fortune (chapter IX, page 7)
My Valentine (page 8)
Metropolitan Shadow Scenes, Number Ten: The Shadow of the Gallows (page 8)
The Josh Billings Papers: Josh at Niagara Falls (page 8)
Life Sketches of a Trapper (no. 14, page 8)
The Diary of a Minister's Wife: Third Series (page 8)
The Drover's Story (page 8)
Date: February 18, 1869
Description: Also includes: Pleasant Paragraphs (department), Our Knowledge Box (department), To Correspondents (department), Items of Interest (department); plus advertisements and short filler items (including "Do not Deceive Children").
Length: 8 pages

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