The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - New York Weekly v. XXXI, no. 41, August 28, 1876

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Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: New York Weekly — v. 31 no. 41
Contents: The Old Maple Grove (Work, page 1)
Rattlesnake Ned, the Terror of the Sea. A Story of 1775 and '6 (Work, chapters I-IV, pages 1-2)
The Slate-Picker; or, The Slave of the Coal-Shaft (Work, chapters XXIII-XXV, page 2)
Butterwick's Pig (Work, page 2)
Thrones for the People (Work, page 3)
Tony, the Tramp (Work, chapters XXXIII-XXXVI, page 3)
Kerosene (Work, page 4)
Blunders of a Bashful Man (Work, no. X, page 4)
At Death's Door (Work, page 4)
Take Me, I Am All Thine Own (Work, page 5)
A Bitter Atonement (Work, chapters XVII-XIX, page 5)
The Reign of Crime (Work, page 5)
Seven-Foot Bill; or, Lengthy, the Scout. A Tale of the Old Santa Fe Trail (Work, chapters XII-XV, pages 5-6)
The Breaker Boy (Work, page 6)
The Jew Banker; or, The Wolves of Warsaw (Work, chapters XIII-XIV, pages 6-7)
Finis Coronat Opus: "The End Shall Grown the Work" (Work, page 7)
The False Heir; or, The Belle of the Season (Work, chapters XVI-XVII, page 7)
Love's Wooing Song (Work, page 8)
A Night on the Prairies (Work, page 8)
The Missing Bill (Work, page 8)
Date: August 28, 1876
Edition Description: Also includes: Our Knowledge Box (department), Medical Department (department), To Correspondents (department), Etiquette Department (department), Problems for the People (department), Items of Interest (department), The Ladies' Work-Box (department), Pleasant Paragraphs (department); plus advertisements and short filler items (including "The Hudson River Tunnel", "Afraid of the Lightning", "Pass Around the Hat", "Mrs. Fleming's New Story", and "How Singers Are Taught").
Length: 8 pages

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