The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

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Publishers: Beadle and Company (New York (N.Y.): 141 William St.) -- United States
Beadle and Company (New York (N.Y.): 118 William St.) -- United States
Irwin P. Beadle (Firm)
Primary Data Source: Johannsen
Data Entry Status: In Progress, Complete Listing Available


The American Rebellion. Some Facts and Reflections for the Consideration of the English People
Beadle's Dime Drill Book for Squad and Company. Simplified from Hardee and Scott
Beadle's Dime Drill-Book, For the School and Company: A Simple Quide to Infantry Recruit Drill and the Rifle Exercise. For the Use of the Minute Man, the Recruit, the Home Guard, and Citizen Soldiers Generally
Beadle's Dime Year Book and Almanac For 1866: A Compendium of Information For Every Man's Use
Beadle's Dime Year Book and Almanac For 1867: A Compendium of Information For Every Man's Use
The Military Hand-Book and Soldiers' Manual of Information
The National Tax Law of July 1st, 1862, and the Amendatory Act of March 3, 1863: Together with a Complete Alphabetical Summary of Articles Taxed and the Rates Imposed
The National Tax-Law, (Complete): Embodying the Organic Sections; the General and Specific Provisions; Provisions for the Appointment and Governance of Collections, Assessors and their Assistants; Alphabetical Schedule List of Articles Taxed, with Rates, Etc., Etc
The New House that Jack Built. An Original American Version
The New National Tax Law
Official Report of Lieut.-Gen. Ulysses S. Grant: Embracing a History of the Operations of the Armies of the Union from March, 1862, to the Closing Scene of the Rebellion
Pittsburgh Landing (Shiloh) and the Investment of Corinth
Sheridan's Shenandoah Campaign and the Great Raid around Richmond
The Soldiers' Directory to Pensions and Bounties
Story of the Grand March! Major-General Sherman's Reports
A Suggestion towards a Navy
Victor Hugo's Letter on John Brown with Mrs. Ann S. Stephens' Reply

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