The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Street & Smith's Literary Album, v. 8, no. 204, November 13, 1869

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Series: Street & Smith's Literary Album — v. 8 no. 204
Contents: Cause and effect (Work, page 337)
The Texan ranger (Work, pages 337-338)
The dying penitent (Work, page 339)
Che-to-walk, the plover. A story of the Pawnee Indians and the California trail (Work, chapter XII, pages 339-340)
The baby's kiss (Work, page 341)
Captain Sinclair's mission (Work, page 341)
May Caldecott's lover (Work, page 341)
Willful Estelle; or, The wife's revenge (Work, chapters XV-XVI, pages 342-343)
Heart aspirations (Work, page 344)
To Katie (Work, page 345)
I own I'm rather shy (Work, page 346)
Gimlet-holes; or, The lawyer's plot (Work, chapters XVII-XXI, pages 346-347)
To professor Estabrook (Work, page 347)
The lord of Dorn; or, The mother's crime (Work, chapters XI-XII, pages 347-348)
The answered prayer (Work, page 348)
A tale of the Cuban revolution (Work, page 349)
Nellie's gold dollar (Work, page 349)
My Mother (Work, page 352)
Date: November 13, 1869
Edition Description: Also includes: Illustrations of "The Texan ranger" and "Pacific railroad scenery", advertisements, short filler items ("Senorita Cortes' concert", "Health and ventilation", "Rolling down literature", "Young men's Christian association of Greenpoint, L. I.", "Taking Drinks in Australia", "The theater in Europe", "Miracle of Liquefaction", "Earthquake-proof buildings", "How matches are made", "Pacific railroad scenery", "Facts about water", "The pleasures of a yatchman's life", "Grindstones", "Remarkable story"), unattributed departments ("Useful and scientific", "Men of mark", "Valuable correspondence and information for the million", "Interesting items", "Fashion department", "Facts for the ladies", "Humorous paragraphs"), unattributed poems ("Slander", "True heroism"), illustration of General Robert Patterson.

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