The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Mutiny at Sea

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(source: NIU Libraries)
Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: Good News v. 5 no. 115 — page 1836
Subject / Tag: Sketch
Part of: Good News, v. 5, no. 115, July 16, 1892 (Issue)
Author: Murray, Lieutenant, 1820-1895 (pseudonym used by Ballou, Maturin M. (Maturin Murray), 1820-1895)
Date: July 16, 1892
First Sentence: King Ferdinand of Naples, finding his people growing more and more restless under the tyranny of his rule, sought to avoid all aggravating measures, lest he should incite a popular rebellion.
Last Sentence: Of those gallant and brave sixty-six patriots, fifty not long afterward were to be found in the ranks of Garibaldi's army which liberated the Neapolitan people and confirmed the liberal monarch Victor Emanuel upon the present throne of United Italy.

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