The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - New York Weekly v. XXVI, no. 45, September 21, 1871

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New York Weekly edition

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Series: New York Weekly v. 26 no. 45
Item: New York Weekly v. XXVI, no. 45, September 21, 1871
Contents: Building the Bridge. A Truthful Story of Old Pemigewaset (page 1)
Luke Peel's Legacy (chapters I-V, pages 1-2)
Remember the Poor (page 2)
The Lone Ranche. A Tale of the Staked Plain (chapters XIV-XVII, pages 2-3)
Hazel-Eye, the Girl Trapper (chapters XXXVIII-XL, page 3)
The Wood-Giant (chapter XII, page 3)
Home Again (page 4)
The Bandit Chief (page 4)
Saved by Lightning (page 4)
Treat Him Kindly (page 5)
The Wife's Foe; or, The Skeleton in the Banker's Closet. A Story of Bad Love and Good (chapters XX-XXI, page 5)
The Flower of Suda. A Tale of the Cretan Revolution (chapters VII-VIII, pages 5-6)
The Arch-Plotter: A Tale of Crime and Retribution (chapters VI (continued)-VII, pages 6-7)
Markham's Secret; or, The Enemy that Came Between. A Story of English Society (chapters XXIV-XXV, page 7)
What Are The Sad Waves Saying? (page 8)
Effie's Honesty; or, The Mistress of Coalgate Manor (page 8)
Life Sketches of David Cummidge: Pioneer, Hunter, and Indian Slayer (XII, page 8)
Pleasant Paragraphs: The Rugg Documents (no. 54, page 8)
Pleasant Paragraphs: Goose Creek Chronicles (no. 1, page 8)
Date: September 21, 1871
Description: Also includes: Items of Interest (department), To Correspondents (department), The Ladies' Work-Box (department), Personal (department), Our Knowledge Box (department), Historical Items (department); plus advertisements and short filler items (including "A Bad Example and a Good One", "Does it Pay?", "How to Prevent Boiler Explosions", "Buffalo Bill", and "Bertha Bascomb as a Drama").
Length: 8 pages

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