The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - New York Weekly v. XXXI, no. 18, March 20, 1876

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Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: New York Weekly — v. 31 no. 18
Contents: The Old Minstrel and Peace (Work, page 1)
Molly Maguire, the Terror of the Coal Fields (Work, chapters IV-VII, pages 1-2)
Judged and Condemned (Work, page 2)
Silver-Sword; or, The Beast-Tamer of Segna (Work, chapters VIII-IX, pages 2-3)
Too Much Innovation (Work, page 3)
Advantages of Disadvantages (Work, page 3)
Large Words (Work, page 4)
Romance of Battles in '76: For Our Centennial Year (Work, no. 5, page 4)
How Arnold Escaped Capture (Work, page 4)
The Birthday Ball (Work, page 4)
Josh Billings' Philosophy: Dregs (Work, page 4)
I Want To Go A-Sleighing (Work, page 5)
Daniel Boone, the Thunderbolt of the Border (Work, chapters IV-V, page 5)
Captain Danton's Daughters (Work, chapter V (continued), pages 5-6)
The Dog Detective And His Young Master (Work, chapters XXVI-XXVII, page 6)
Lord, Break This Heart Of Mine (Work, page 7)
Was He Mad When He Married Her? (Work, chapters XXVI (continued)-XXVIII, page 7)
Lady Evelyn's Folly (Work, chapters LXI-LXII, page 7)
The Snake in the Dark (Work, page 8)
A Clever Disguise (Work, page 8)
The Switch-Tender's Story (Work, page 8)
A Catspaw (Work, page 8)
Date: March 20, 1876
Edition Description: Also includes: Pleasant Paragraphs (department), The Ladies' Work-Box (department), Items of Interest (department), Our Knowledge Box (department), Medical Department (department), To Correspondents (department), Etiquette Department (department); plus advertisements and short filler items (including "Decapitaton Puzzle", "The Grocer's Eggs", "Honors to a Dead Dog", "Is Poverty a Crime?", "A Rich Hermit", "Our Public Schools", "New Treatment for Consumption", and "A Breakfast Lost").
Length: 8 pages

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