The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - New York Weekly v. XXXIX, no. 22, April 7, 1884

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Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: New York Weekly — v. 39 no. 22
Contents: Lift Tenderly, So Tenderly (Work, page 1)
The Actress' Daughter; or, The Mistress of Richmond House. A Tale of Wrong and Remorse (Work, chapters I-II, pages 1-2)
Dorothy Arnold's Escape (Work, part II: chapter X, page 2)
Beautiful, but Dangerous; or, The Heir of Shadowdene (Work, part I: chapter XVII, pages 2-3)
Reconciled (Work, page 3)
The Smuggler's Daughter; or, The Wreck of the Mohawk (Work, chapters XXXVII-XXXIX, page 3)
Is It A Sin To Be Happy? (Work, page 4)
The Birth of Minerva (Work, page 4)
Against a Rock (Work, page 4)
Josh Billings' Philosophy: Debris (Work, page 4)
Leap-Year (Work, page 4)
Feathered Giants (Work, page 4)
Unfulfilled (Work, page 5)
Rosamond; or, Sundered Hearts (Work, chapters IX-X, page 5)
The Double Crime; or, The Mysteries of Moorland Farm (Work, chapters VIII-X, pages 5-6)
Sycamore Dan, the Prairie Detective (Work, chapters XIII-XV, page 6)
So Weary (Work, page 7)
Bessie's Fortune (Work, part III: chapters XIX-XX (conclusion), page 7)
Eulalie (Work, page 8)
A Good Boy's Diary (Work, no. 4, page 8)
A War-Time Reminiscence (Work, page 8)
Experience of a Candidate (Work, page 8)
Date: April 7, 1884
Publisher: Street & Smith (New York (N.Y.): 31 Rose St.) -- United States
Edition Description: Also includes: Correspondence: Gossip with Readers and Contributors (department), The Ladies' Work-Box (department), Pleasant Paragraphs (department), Items of Interest (department); plus advertisements and short filler items (including "A Seven-Years' Nap", "Signs of Longevity", and "A Wonderful Story").
Length: 8 pages

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