The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - New York Weekly v. XXXIX, no. 27, May 12, 1884

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Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: New York Weekly — v. 39 no. 27
Contents: A Dilemma (Work, page 1)
Ramon Aranda, the California Detective. A Tale of Daring Deeds and Strange Adventures (Work, chapters XI-XIII, pages 1-2)
Rosamond; or, Sundered Hearts (Work, chapter XVI, page 2)
Beautiful, but Dangerous; or, The Heir of Shadowdene (Work, part II: chapters XXIV-XXV, page 2)
Sonnet (Work, page 3)
Dorothy Arnold's Escape (Work, part II: chapters XIX-XX (conclusion), page 3)
Power (Work, page 4)
Acts of Heroism in History (Work, page 4)
Josh Billings' Philosophy: Hints (Work, page 4)
The Moving Mania (Work, page 4)
All the Modern Conveniences (Work, page 4)
The Habit of Meanness (Work, page 4)
Lass of the Sunny Brow (Work, page 5)
A Debt of Vengeance (Work, part I: chapters XI-XIII, page 5)
The Actress' Daughter; or, The Mistress of Richmond House (Work, chapters VIII (continued)-IX, pages 5-6)
The Smuggler's Daughter (Work, chapters LI (continued)-LIV, pages 6-7)
A Vista (Work, page 8)
A Good Boy's Diary (Work, no. 9, page 8)
My Dainty-Fingered Lisette (Work, page 8)
The Friend of the Islands (Work, page 8)
Date: May 12, 1884
Publisher: Street & Smith (New York (N.Y.): 31 Rose St.) -- United States
Edition Description: Also includes: Correspondence: Gossip with Readers and Contributors (department), Pleasant Paragraphs (department), The Ladies' Work-Box (department), Items of Interest (department); plus advertisements and short filler items (including "How Came It There?", "The Missing Man", "A Californian's Advice", "Variations of the Pulse", "How is this for a Romance", "Spurious Blood Oranges", "He Felt Safer", "Coffee and Drunkenness", "A Poet's Blunder", and "Our Summer Campaign").
Length: 8 pages

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