The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - New York Weekly v. XXVI, no. 33, June 29, 1871

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: New York Weekly — v. 26 no. 33
Contents: The Bouquet Girl (Work, page 1)
Strangely Won; or, The Baronet's Secret (Work, chapters VII-VIII, pages 1-2)
The Silver Rule (Work, page 2)
A Dear Little Home of my Own (Work, page 2)
Mabel Carrington; or, Waiting Two Years (Work, chapters XI-XII, page 2)
Why Did He Marry Her? (Work, chapters XXIV-XXV, pages 2-3)
The Boy Miner. A Tale of Feather River (Work, chapters XXII-XXVI, page 3)
Labor Conquers All Things (Work, page 4)
Faith (Work, page 4)
I Thank Thee, Oh Father! (Work, page 4)
Pictures of Paris: Palace of the Tuileries (Work, page 4)
Saved by Wolves (Work, page 4)
A Head (Work, page 4)
Immortality (Work, page 4)
There's A New Mound In The Churchyard (Work, page 5)
Carlos, the Terrible; or, The Sign of the Triple Cross (Work, chapters XXXIV-XXXVIII, page 5)
Bertha, the Sewing-Machine Girl; or, Death at the Wheel (Work, chapters XXIII-XXIV, pages 5-6)
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks on the Darwinian Monkey Question (Work, page 6)
The Injured Husband (Work, chapters LIII-LVIII (conclusion), page 6)
Germans Not In Joy Alone. A Song (Work, page 7)
The Child-Bride; or, The Wife of Two Husbands (Work, chapters LII-LIII, page 7)
Pleasant Paragraphs: The Rugg Documents (Work, no. 43, page 7)
On the Bridge (Work, page 8)
House-Hunting vs. Love (Work, page 8)
The Mother's Bible (Work, page 8)
The Josh Billings Papers: A Tempranse Klub (Work, page 8)
The Warning at Ridgeville (Work, page 8)
Date: June 29, 1871
Edition Description: Also includes: Our Knowledge Box (department), The Ladies' Work-Box (department), Items of Interest (department), Pleasant Paragraphs (department), To Correspondents (department), Personal (department); plus advertisements and short filler items (including "The Madness and Misery of Paris", "Theoretical and Practical Reform", and "Monopolists' Outrages on the People", "The Prize-Fighters", and "Parisian Sketches").
Length: 8 pages

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