The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Person - Doesticks, Q. K. Philander, 1831-1875

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Pseudonym for Mortimer Neal Thompson

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Items with "Doesticks, Q. K. Philander, 1831-1875" as Credited Author

Beadle's Dime Speakers

The Knightly Newsboy

New York Weekly

Amateur Gunning
The Country Correspondent
Crippled Men
A Day's Sport on Long Island
Doestick's Letters: Doesticks on the Newest Philosophy of the Newest Philosophers
Doesticks on a Jury
Doesticks' Letters: "Trumps" Goes to a Party—Have We Got Any Little Boys Now-A-Days? What is to be done with the Grandmothers?
Doesticks' Letters: "Trumps" School Performances at the "German-American Institute"
Doesticks' Letters: A Balloon Trip Among the Celestials
Doesticks' Letters: A Boarding-House Revelation-How Our Landlady Couldn't Make Her Servant-Girls Take Off Their Curls, Chignons and Ribbons
Doesticks' Letters: A Country Wife in Town
Doesticks' Letters: A Cry Out of the Depths-A Man Wants to Know How to Make a Fortune Quickly, Easily and Surely
Doesticks' Letters: A Dissertation on Gems and Jewels, with Special Reference to Carbuncles
Doesticks' Letters: A Few Words About the Weekly Paper Business
Doesticks' Letters: A Lay Sermon, Preached to every body, without permission of any body, by Doesticks, P. B.
Doesticks' Letters: A Merry Christmas
Doesticks' Letters: A New Experience-How They "Shave" A Stranger at a First Class New York Hotel
Doesticks' Letters: A Slight Election Experience
Doesticks' Letters: April Fooling
Doesticks' Letters: Are there Any Children?
Doesticks' Letters: Assassination by Velocipedes
Doesticks' Letters: Awful Mistake-A Kleptomaniac in Indiana Hung as a Thief
Doesticks' Letters: Boys in the Country
Doesticks' Letters: Boys' Toys-Their Joys in Noise-Young American Scampism
Doesticks' Letters: Christmas Presents
Doesticks' Letters: Discovery of a New "Adder," Not Dangerous
Doesticks' Letters: Doestick Buys A Velocipede
Doesticks' Letters: Doestick's Last Speculation-Murder to Order
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Acts as an Election Clerk
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Acts as Pilot on a Union Ferry Boat
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks as a "Drummer"
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks as a Bill-Sticker
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks as a Detective
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks as a Government Servant
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks as a Juryman
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks As A War Correspondent
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Attends a Horse Dinner
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Attends a Ladies' Holiday Fair
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Becomes a Private Detective
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Becomes An Interviewer
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Behind the Scenes of a Theater
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Bets on the Boat Race
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Caters to the Dramatic Taste of the Public
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Demands a Clerk of the Weather
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Demands Impeachment
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Discourseth About New Year's It's Celebrations, And Its Customs
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Elected to A. B. B. Club-He Plays a Game
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Foresees a "Woman's Suffrage" Election Day
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Gets a License from the Excise Board and Loses it Again
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Goes Bass Fishing
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Goes Into Jersey to Spend a Quiet Fourth
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Goes into Partnership with an Italian Nobleman, in the Illicit Distilling Business
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Goes into the Country for Quiet and Repose
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Goes Mushroom Gathering
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Goes to a Millerite Camp Meeting
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Goes to Live in the Country
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Goes to See the Queen, and Makes a Speech-Full Report
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Goes to the "Schutzenfest"
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Goes to Washington for an Office
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks has a "Dickens Ball" All "On the Quiet"
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Has A "Spirit Photograph" Taken
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks has a Wrestle with Old King Cholera, and Comes Off Second Best
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Hears from Fitzphool on the Reconstruction Question
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks in a Swimming Bath
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks in Training for a Government Clerk
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Inaugurates the "Ku-Klux-Klan" in the North
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Invests on the Newest Western Speculation.-How He Doesn't Succeed
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks is Made a Whiskey Inspector of the U. S. Internal Revenue
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Joins the Fenians
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Makes a Political Speech in Favor of his Uncle William
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Meets the Noble Savage, and is Disenchanted Therewith
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks on "April Fooling"
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks on "Kleptomania"
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks on a Sleeping Car
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks on Country Taverns: How Delightful it is to "Travel for Pleasure"
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks on Croquet
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks on Scientific Names of Flowers
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks on Spring House Cleaning
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks on the "Grecian Bend"
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks on the "Valentine" Question
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks on the Darwinian Monkey Question
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Opens a "Doesticks' Intelligence Office"
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Organizes a Political Club
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Plays in a Base-Ball Match
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Prepares to Visit the Noble Savage of the Western Wilds
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Protests Against Having His Cash Coaxed Away
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Receives a Country Friend: The Wearing o' the Green, and the Boarding-House Kiss-Why it is Done, and How it is Done
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Reflects on Yankee Love of Aristocratic and Other Titles
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Remembers "Love's Young Dream"
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Resolves to Raise the Muscle-Plant! He Tries Indian Clubs-His Opinion on Injuns
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks sees His Friend Smithers- Smithers goes it Strong on the Arnica Question.
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Sets Out to Visit the Noble Savage
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Smokes his First Cigar at Forty Years Old
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Speculates in "Currency"
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Speculates in Pacific Railroad City Lots
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Suggests to Government How to Hugely Increase its Revenue
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Takes a Baby to a Picnic
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Takes a Cottage in the Country
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Takes a Public Contract
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Tells All About the Game of Billiards, and How He Saw Some Big Playing
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Tells Tales Out of School-How the Hon. Judge McGinnis Conducts the Injunction Business
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Tries the Banting System
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Tries to Find a Cook and Four or Five Chambermaids
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Tries to Make a Fortune by "Policy"
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Tries to Raise Money to Pay a Note-How His Friends Treat Him
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Tries to Walk a Hundred Miles in Twenty-Four Hours
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Undertakes to Edit the "Personals" of a New Evening Paper
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Visits Washington on a Lobbying Expedition
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Wants a Monument
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks' Conclusions as to the Noble Red-Man
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks' Electioneering Experience
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks' Experience in the Prize Ring
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks' Experience with "Planchette"
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks' Leap Year Offers
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks' New Method of Measuring Time
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks' On Chinese Labor
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks' Reversible Political Association
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks' Takes Care of His Sister-in-Laws Baby
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks' Vacation.- His First Week in the Country
Doesticks' Letters: Essays a Game of his Youth
Doesticks' Letters: Experiences with the Musquitos of New Jersey
Doesticks' Letters: Fenian Fights-Our Correspondence from Finnega
Doesticks' Letters: Fourth of July in the Country- On The Quiet
Doesticks' Letters: Gin-And-Milk Clergymanics
Doesticks' Letters: Great Excitement in the "N. Y. Weekly" Office-Philander Inquires What it is All About
Doesticks' Letters: Gretchen's Gymnastic Performances
Doesticks' Letters: Holiday Time and Ladies' Fancy Fairs
Doesticks' Letters: Horse-Eating - A New Restaurant
Doesticks' Letters: Hot!!!
Doesticks' Letters: How Can the "Slang-i-ness" of the Girl of the Period be Cured?
Doesticks' Letters: How I Crossed the East River on the Ice
Doesticks' Letters: How I Know That Spring Has Come
Doesticks' Letters: How I Managed the Internal Revenue Man
Doesticks' Letters: How I Tried to Tame a Gift-Horse on the Rarey Plan
Doesticks' Letters: How My Country Cousin Got Her City Servants
Doesticks' Letters: How Office-Holders Are Used
Doesticks' Letters: How Our Biddy Cooked Our Christmas Good Things
Doesticks' Letters: How Philander Paid His Income Tax
Doesticks' Letters: How Some Base-Ball Clubs Are Conducted
Doesticks' Letters: How the Children had a May Day
Doesticks' Letters: How the Great Fenian Fight is to be Fought-How Doesticks Fought with Lager, and How-For Particulars See Below
Doesticks' Letters: How to Chew and Smoke yourself into a Fortune
Doesticks' Letters: How to Make Presents
Doesticks' Letters: How Tom Cliffson Made Garden in the City
Doesticks' Letters: How We Kept Our New Year's Good Resolves
Doesticks' Letters: How We Went Yachting
Doesticks' Letters: Introducing All Sorts of Folks to Other Folks
Doesticks' Letters: Leaving Servants in Charge of a Town House while the Proprietor goes into the Country
Doesticks' Letters: Lobster-And Dreams
Doesticks' Letters: May Day in New York
Doesticks' Letters: Moving Children into the Country
Doesticks' Letters: Moving Day-Philander Goes into the Business
Doesticks' Letters: My "Moving" Experience in New York-A New Use for Nitro-Glycerine
Doesticks' Letters: My Own Particular "Wickedest Man"
Doesticks' Letters: My Trials with my Shoulder, and My Tribulations before the Board of Excise-How I went into the Liquor Business, and How I Got My License
Doesticks' Letters: New Year's Calls-What They Were in the Old Times, and What They are Now-a-days
Doesticks' Letters: On Practical Joking
Doesticks' Letters: Our Chowder Party by the Sea-Shore
Doesticks' Letters: Our Gambling Base Ball Clubs
Doesticks' Letters: Our New Post Mistress
Doesticks' Letters: Philander "Swears Off"
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Again Undertakes Reporting His Short-Hand Experience
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Becomes a Barkeeper in a Popular Saloon-His Experiences Therein
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Becomes a Car Conductor-He Learns All the Tricks of the Trade-Then He-Resigns
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Becomes a Dry Goods' Clerk, and Has Hopes of a Rise
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Becomes a Newspaper Reporter- His Early Experience
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Becomes a Railroad Ticket Clerk
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Becomes a Tombs Lawyer
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Bets on the Ocean Yacht Race
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Changes His Politics
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Experiences Unusual Heat Before His Time
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Goes into a Money Speculation
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Goes into Service-His Experience in the Gallant 78 1/2th
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Goes Sleighriding
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Goes to Saratoga, and Makes Remarks Thereon
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Goes to Sea on a "Trial Trip," and Suffers the Consequences
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Has a "Turn-Up" with "Old Fevernaig," Generally Spoken of as "Fever and Ague"
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Interviews the President
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Moralizes Financially; and Maketh Remarks to "Trumps"
Doesticks' Letters: Philander on Skates
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Renews the Sports of his Youth by a Swimming Bath at Coney Island
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Resolves to Join the Mormons and Go to Salt Lake
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Resolves to Learn to Blow Brass Music. He Begins with the "E Flat" Bugle
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Resolves to Make a Fortune by Becoming a Hotel-Clerk.-How He Does It
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Sees the Japanese
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Ships as a Ferry-Boat Deckhand-His Career and Ignominious Discharge
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Shows His Cousin Belinda the Sights of the City
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Spends an Afternoon with a Pair of "Gushing" Young Ladies.-His Experiences-With a Moral
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Tries His Hand And His Voice At Auctioneering
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Tries His Hand as a Cook in a Restaurant
Doesticks' Letters: Philander's Experience as a Fenian-Fighting "Star Spangled Zouave"
Doesticks' Letters: Photographing a Baby
Doesticks' Letters: Piety at the Plymouth Shop
Doesticks' Letters: Politics and Musketoes
Doesticks' Letters: Prince Arthur
Doesticks' Letters: Sampling Taxable Goods in the Internal Revenue Office
Doesticks' Letters: Spring Fevers, And How the Thing Works
Doesticks' Letters: Thanksgiving Day
Doesticks' Letters: The "Cruelty to Animals" folks -What They Have Done, and What They're Going to Do
Doesticks' Letters: The "Doesticks' Grand Gift Association"
Doesticks' Letters: The "Pirate Band" of "Trumps" and the Children-And What it Grew From
Doesticks' Letters: The Atlantic Cable-What it Said, and What it Didn't Say-How to Make a Fortune with "Codfish and Potatoes," also with "Three Aces and a King"
Doesticks' Letters: The Board of Health-the Cholera and Reflections on the Little we Have to Fear-Getting Medicine on Sunday
Doesticks' Letters: The Boarding-House "Cat," and How We Caught Her
Doesticks' Letters: The Chinaman in the Kitchen
Doesticks' Letters: The Democratic Convention
Doesticks' Letters: The Eclipse - From Our Boarding-House
Doesticks' Letters: The Grand Brooklyn Tournament
Doesticks' Letters: The Great National Menagerie-How the People Saw the Show, and How the Bears Danced for their Amusement
Doesticks' Letters: The Landscape from my Window-How I Saw the First Finnegan Fight, and Saw it All
Doesticks' Letters: The Modern Education of Children
Doesticks' Letters: The New Baby
Doesticks' Letters: The New York Weekly on the Temperance Question-Why I Like It
Doesticks' Letters: The Sprouting of Young Love
Doesticks' Letters: Things That I Want to Know and Want "Fixed?"
Doesticks' Letters: Thoughts About Our Earthquake
Doesticks' Letters: Tribulations of a Comic Writer
Doesticks' Letters: Trumps Goes into the Robinson Crusoe Business
Doesticks' Letters: What He Got, and What He Gave
Doesticks' Letters: What I Know About Politics
Doesticks' Letters: What Prince Arthur Thinks
Doesticks' Letters: Who is Champagne Charlie?
Doesticks' Letters: Why Certain Young Ladies Didn't Get Their Valentines
Doesticks' Letters: Why Doesticks couldn't Join the Fire Department
Doesticks' Letters; Doesticks in the Internal Revenue Office. How to Pay Taxes
Doesticks' Letters; Trumps' Pets
A Fooled Husband
Has His Fortune Told
The Musical Boarder
My Farming Experience
Philander Becomes a Policeman-His Experience During the First Month
Raffling for Prizes