The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - New York Weekly, v. XXIX, no. 43, August 31, 1874

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Series: New York Weekly — v. 29 no. 43
Contents: In the Hammock (Work, page 1)
Rocky Mountain Sam; or, The Wind-Specter of the Black-feet (Work, chapters IV (continued)-VI, pages 1-2)
Big Foot Wallace: The Giant Hero of the Border (Work, chapters XXII-XXVII, pages 2-3)
Temptation (Work, page 3)
Cy, the Ranger; or, The Red Man's Terror (Work, chapters VIII (continued)-X, page 3)
Depravity of Taste. An Alarming Symptom (Work, page 4)
The Old Cradle (Work, page 4)
How Mr. Rodman Bought "Goldsmith Maid" (Work, page 4)
My India Shawl (Work, page 4)
Poor Mrs. Flutter (Work, page 4)
Resignation (Work, page 5)
A Mad Marriage (Work, part II: chapters II-III, page 5)
The Sweet Sisters of Inchvarra; or, The Vampire of the Guillamores (Work, chapters XVIII-XIX, pages 5-6)
Mildred; or, The Child of Adoption (Work, chapters IV (continued)-VI, page 6)
The Backsnapper Papers (Work, nos. 1-2, page 7)
Something to Shun (Work, page 8)
The Mutiny (Work, page 8)
A Des Moines Story. Ned Clark's Vengeance (Work, parts I-II (conclusion), page 8)
The Josh Billings Spice-Box: Quick Replies (Work, page 8)
The Crisis of a Life (Work, page 8)
Date: August 31, 1874
Publisher: Street & Smith (New York (N.Y.): 27, 29, 31 Rose St.) -- United States
Edition Description:

There is a date misprint in this issue. On page 4, it should be "August 31, 1874" not "September 7".

Also includes: Useful Hints for the Home Circle (department), The Ladies' Work-Box (department), Historical Items (department), Pleasant Paragraphs (department), Our Knowledge Box (department), Medical Department (department), To Correspondents (department), Etiquette Department (department), Items of Interest (department); plus advertisements and short filler items (including "What the New York Weekly Doesn't Contain" and "The Backsnapper Papers").
Length: 8 pages

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