G. W. Dillingham Co. Publishing
United States of America
Format : Reprint Library
|Issues:||31 (Highest number seen referenced)|
|Size:||7 1/8 x 4 7/8"|
|Notes / Commentary:||The original LeBlanc listing is missing numbers 2-4, 6-12, 14-17 and 19+. Jargal is added based on a listing in the July, 1895 Book News, but its position in the series is unknown (though likely early, due to the 1895 date). No. 12 is added based on a listing in the April 18, 1896 Publishers' Weekly. The no. 13 listed by LeBlanc was the "extra number"; the original no. 13 comes from WorldCat. Nos. 6, 9-11, 14-15, 26-27 and 29-30 were also added based on WorldCat records. The American Catalogue ... July 1, 1876-Dec. 31, 1910 indicates that this series contained at least 31 volumes and ran until 1897 but does not list specific titles.|
1. Globe Treasure of Universal Knowledge, The. A Condensed Encyclopedia
6. After which all things; or, Footprints and shadows
9. Caterina Soave
10. Jack Hartnett : A story of Naples
11. Robert E. Lee
12. Tom's Wife and How He Managed Her
13. Delpha, or, Marriage as a failure and a success : A dramatic love story founded on life
13 (replacement title). Queens of the Stage
14. The monk of Franquevaux
15. Out of Africa : things I saw, and failed to see, in certain days and nights at Jeypore and elsewhere
18. Colonel Ross of Piedmont
26. Journey to Mars. The wonderful world; its beauty and splendor; its mighty races and kingdoms; its final doom
27. "The world over." Satirical lessons in the world's geography as taught by a country school teacher.
29. Claude Duval of ninety-five
30. The death-blow to spiritualism : being the true story of the Fox sisters, as revealed by authority of Margaret Fox Kane and Catherine Fox Jencken
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