The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Street & Smith's Literary Album, v. 1, no. 25, June 9, 1866.

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Series: Street & Smith's Literary Album — v. 1 no. 25
Contents: The church burglary; or, the Sexton’s daughter (Work, pages 385-237)
The False Heir; or, The Belle of the Season (Work, chapter XXVII, page 387)
Toothache (Work, page 388)
Curiosities of human nature (Work, article 12, page 388)
Born Bad; or, The Countess and the Convict (Work, chapters XIX-XX, pages 390-391)
The May garland (Work, page 392)
Three months in the "Bush" (Work, page 394)
The little runaway (Work, part 2 (conclusion), page 395)
An old lady's ghost story (Work, page 398)
Date: June 9, 1866
Edition Description: Also includes: illustrations ("The church burglary", "Curiosities of human nature", "Toothache", "Flying fishes chased by a shark", "Chinese marriage customs", "Cingalese boat", "The May garland", "Men of mark", "Cross-purposes", "Three months in the bush", "Pyramidical structure on Bosworth field", "Calisthetic exercises in India", "Dr. Donkey's school", "The Gouty-stem tree", "First Japan railway"), unattributed poems ("A welcome to a friend", "The dying exile", "Cross-purposes", "The way of the world", "unkind words", "Wouldn't you like to know?", "True love"), unattributed sketches ("Flying fishes chased by a shark", "Betrothal and marriage of the Chinese", "An adventure with an ant-bear", "Ghosts!", "Silent sleepers", "He is somebody's child", "Dr. Donkey's school"), advertisements, short filler items ("The loss of a wife", "A legless and armless mathematician", "We shall eat the fruit", "Singular adventure with a lion", "An English hermit", "Hindoo widows", "Cross-purposes", "Pyramidical structure on Bosworth field", "Calisthetic exercises in India", "Harvest-mice", "An Irish Orangeman", "Anecdote of a German farmer", "Panther fight", "The American captain and English lady", "Tomb of the prophet Ezra", "The cholera—useful hints", "The proud man", "Marrying in Genoa", "Natural compass", "The Gouty-stem tree", "First Japan railway"), unattributed departments ("Men of mark", "Useful and scientific", "Historical characters", "Humorous paragraphs").

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