The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Sorceress

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Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: New York Weekly v. 30 no. 15 — page 8
Subject / Tag: Sketch
Part of: New York Weekly v. XXX, no. 15, February 15, 1875 (Issue)
Author: Murray, Lieutenant, 1820-1895 (pseudonym used by Ballou, Maturin M. (Maturin Murray), 1820-1895)
Date: February 15, 1875
First Sentence: In the latter part of last October, a singular and well-known woman named Pharamont, who lived at No. 27 Rue de la Gare, Paris, and who had carried on a thrifty business at that locality for some years, was arrested for sorcery, or rather for swindling, but she had called herself a sorceress.

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