The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Jack Junk; or, The Cruise of the Quickstep

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(New York Weekly edition - source: Stanford Libraries)
(Good News edition - source: NIU Libraries)
(Nick Carter Stories edition - source: Digital Library @ Villanova University)

Combined Summary

Online Full Text: Digital Library @ Villanova University (Nick Carter Stories edition)
Northern Illinois University (Good News edition)
Stanford Digital Repository (New York Weekly edition)
Series: Good News v. 7 no. 175 — page 2796
New York Weekly v. 19 no. 50 — page 8
Nick Carter Stories no. 80 — pages 25-26
Alternate Title: Jack Junk
Subject / Tag: Sketch
Author: Orion
Dates: November 3, 1864 (New York Weekly edition)
September 9, 1893 (Good News edition)
March 21, 1914 (Nick Carter Stories edition)
First Sentence: On a fine May morning in 1842, I sailed as second mate, in the clipper built schooner Quickstep, for Rio Janerio, via Havana. (New York Weekly edition)
On a fine May morning in 18-, I sailed as second mate, in the clipper built schooner Quickstep, for Rio Janeiro, via Havana. (Good News edition)
Last Sentence: There, on that South American shore, far, far from his native land, lies all that remains of poor Jack Junk. (Good News edition)

Known Editions

New York Weekly edition (page 8 in New York Weekly, v. XIX, no. 50, November 3, 1864)
Good News edition (page 2796 in Good News, v. 7, no. 175, September 9, 1893)
Nick Carter Stories edition (pages 25-26 in Nick Carter stories, no. 80)

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