The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - New York Weekly v. XLIV, no. 12, January 19, 1889

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Series: New York Weekly — v. 44 no. 12
Contents: The Fireman's Death (Work, page 1)
Edrie's Legacy; or, From the Street to the Stage (Work, chapters I-III, pages 1-2)
The Manager's Favorite; or, The Tragedy of Carnleigh Shores. A Story of the Stage (Work, chapters XXXIX-XL, page 2)
Carlos the Terrible; or, The Sign of the Triple Cross (Work, chapters XLVIII-LI, page 3)
Fighting Against Millions; or, The Detective In The Jewel Caves Of Kurm (Work, chapters LV-LVI (conclusion), page 3)
New Friends (Work, page 4)
Losing a Beau (Work, page 4)
A Morning Nap (Work, page 4)
Club-Life (Work, page 4)
The Flea (Work, page 4)
An Old Sweetheart of Mine (Work, page 5)
The Crime of a Countess; or, The American Detective and the Russian Nihilist (Work, chapters VIII-XI, page 5)
Faithful Forever; or, True Love's Reward (Work, chapters V-VI, pages 5-6)
Brain Versus Heart (Work, page 6)
Only One Sin (Work, chapters XIII-XV, pages 6-7)
A Desperate Combat (Work, page 7)
Trumps (Work, page 8)
Miss Harper's Romance (Work, page 8)
Deacon Green's Cow (Work, page 8)
Date: January 19, 1889
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 "Fight With A Wild-Cat", "An Odd Marriage Custom", "The Wonders of Nature", "Four-Footed Smugglers", "Why American Girls Succeed", "A Talking Hen", and "Humorous Toasts and Sentiments").
Length: 8 pages

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