Pretty and proud, or, The gold-bug of Frisco : a story of a girl's folly
Beadle and Adams, 98 William St.
Waverley library ; vol. VIII, no. 190
Detective and mystery storiesRomance fiction
Beauty, Personal--FictionPride and vanity--FictionFolly--FictionHeiresses--FictionKidnapping--FictionFortune hunters--FictionEnglish--FictionNobility--FictionGuardian and ward--FictionNew York (N.Y.)--FictionNew Jersey--Fiction
Illustration engraved by N. Orr N.Y.
Title from page 1.
"The cheapest and best library! The cream of American and foreign novels for five cents!"--Page 1.
"July 3, 1883."
""How dare you speak to me so! You know that I do not care for you!""--Cover illustrated caption.
Printed in triple columns.
Previously printed as: Fireside library (Beadle and Adams (1872-1898)) ; v. 6, no. 75.
Johannsen Collection. Rare Books and Special Collections, Northern Illinois University.
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