Fleeing from love
Beadle and Adams, No. 98 William Street
Fireside library (Beadle and Adams (1872-1898))
The fireside library of popular reading ; vol. I, no. 2
Romance fictionDetective and mystery stories
Orphans--FictionRacially mixed people--FictionAfrican Americans--FictionExtortion--FictionGovernesses--FictionFortune hunters--FictionMurder--Investigation--FictionFalse imprisonment--FictionSaint Augustine (Fla.)--FictionNew York (N.Y.)--Fiction
Title from page 1.
Printed in triple columns.
"April 24, 1877."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 189, no. 2.
Includes the poems: A love-letter / by Eben E. Rexford -- "Charity begins at home" -- At the last / by Pert A. Dorothy -- Never again / by Eben E. Rexford -- A woman's answer to a man's question / by One of the girls -- The lady to her glove / by Mrs. M. E. Hewett [sic].
Includes chapters 7-14 (pages 24-31) of: Lord Lisle's daughter / by C. M. Braeme.
Includes publishers advertisements and two short articles: Fancy and fact -- Current events
Johannsen Collection. Rare Books and Special Collections, Northern Illinois University.
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