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National Temperance Society and Publication House
(New York (N.Y.): 58 Reade St. (J. N. Stearn, Publisher's Agent))
Format : Reprint Library
|Issues:||48 (Highest number seen in WorldCat; 12 was the highest number seen at Library of Congress)|
|Dates:||#12, March 3, 1884|
|Schedule:||Not mentioned on book|
|Size:||7 1/2 x 5"|
|Pages:||72 to 90|
|Notes / Commentary:||
Examined #10. Number at top right corner. Series title at top quarter of cover. Story title in semi-circle atop circular illustration. Imprint at bottom. All in black on pinkish paper. Plain spine, no lettering.
The original LeBlanc listing contains only the first 12 entries; additional titles have been added from WorldCat.
|Primary Data Source:||LeBlanc|
|Data Entry Status:||In Progress, Partial Listing Available|
Items1. Fife and Drum
2. A Tragedy of the Sea
3. The Quaker's Rule
4. Drinking Jack and Other Stories
5. A Woman's Way
6. The Old Tavern
7. A Jolly Time
8. The Autobiography of a Bottle
9. Jack's Horseshoe
10. Betty's Bright Idea, and Other Stories
11. The Little Red Stocking That Hung at the Gate
12. How Sandy Came to His Fortune
48. A Day with a Demon
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