The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Burnt at the Stake; or, The Settler's Vengeance

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

Combined Summary

Online Full Text: Digital Library @ Villanova University (Good News edition)
Northern Illinois University (Good News edition)
Stanford Digital Repository (New York Weekly edition)
Series: Good News v. 6 no. 149 — page 2375
New York Weekly v. 21 no. 14 — page 8
Alternate Title: Burned at the Stake; or The Settler's Vengeance
Subject / Tag: Sketch
Author: Meserve, Arthur L. (Arthur Livermore), 1838-1896
Dates: February 22, 1866 (New York Weekly edition)
March 11, 1893 (Good News edition)
First Sentence: The early settlers of that part of New Hampshire lying around about Dover, passed through many a trying ordeal before they secured their homes from the grasp of the red men, who looked upon them as their natural enemies, and whom, they thought, it was their duty as well as their interest to drive from the foothold they had gained upon the banks of the Cocheco. (New York Weekly edition)
The early settlers of that part of New Hampshire lying around Dover, passed through many a trying ordeal before they secured their homes from the grasp of the red men, who looked upon them as their natural enemies, and whom, they thought, it was their duty as well as their interest to drive from the foothold they had gained upon the banks of the Cocheco. (Good News edition)
Last Sentence: The settler's vengeance was accomplished. (Good News edition)

Known Editions

New York Weekly edition (page 8 in New York Weekly, v. XXI, no. 14, February 22, 1866)
Good News edition (page 2375 in Good News, v. 6, no. 149, March 11, 1893)

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