The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - New York Weekly v. XLI, no. 45, September 11, 1886

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Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: New York Weekly — v. 41 no. 45
Contents: Dead In The Street (Work, page 1)
Summer's Last Link (Work, page 1)
A Heart's Bitterness (Work, chapters I-III, pages 1-2)
Dreaming Ever (Work, page 2)
For Living Wages; or, Lena Dudley's Peril. A Story of the Great Strike (Work, chapters XLVII-XLIX, page 2)
A Foreglimpse (Work, page 3)
Under His Thumb; or, The Rival Detectives' Clews (Work, chapters XXIV-XXVI, page 3)
Ida's Choice (Work, page 3)
Another's Quarrel (Work, page 4)
What We Expect (Work, page 4)
People We All Know (Work, no. 1, page 4)
The Leap for Life (Work, page 4)
The Mother's Altered Prayer (Work, page 5)
Little Sunshine; or, The Working Girl's Oath (Work, chapters III-V, page 5)
Contentment (Work, page 6)
Wife and Widow; or, The Bride of the Alps (Work, chapters X-XII, page 6)
Two Keys; or, Margaret Houghton's Heroism (Work, chapters XLIV-XLVI, pages 6-7)
"It Is Well With The Child" (Work, page 7)
For Another's Sin; or, The Bride's Conquest (Work, chapters XCIII-XCV (conclusion), page 7)
The Wound May Be Healed, But The Scar Will Remain (Work, page 8)
A Dear Lesson (Work, page 8)
Josh Billings' Philosophy (Work, page 8)
The Wigwag Papers (Work, no. 15, page 8)
Date: September 11, 1886
Publisher: Street & Smith (New York (N.Y.): 31 Rose St.) -- United States
Edition Description: Also includes: Pleasant Paragraphs (department), Correspondence: Gossip with Readers and Contributors (department), The Ladies' Work-Box (department), Items of Interest (department); plus advertisements and short filler items (including "Women and Home", "A Wife's Crushing Retort", "Busybodies", "A Statesman's Nose", "Why Major Went To Church", "The Fool's Report", "An Ancient Pavement", "A Blunt Editor", "All In Mourning", "The Actress and the Doctor", and "Buffalo Bill's New Hunt").
Length: 8 pages

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