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The crested serpent, or, The white tiger of the tropics
by John Emerald., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black.
The Hussar captain, or, The hermit of Hell-Gate
by Prentiss Ingraham., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black.
Black Nick, the hermit of the hills, or, The expiated crime
by Frederick Whittaker., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black., Later editions published under titles: Black Nick, the demon rider, and Diana, the fair mountaineer.
Godbold, the spy, or, The faithful and unfaithful of 1780
by N.C. Iron., Illustrated paper cover in color., Originally published under title: Gideon Godbold., Engraved by Nathaniel Orr., "July 15, 1884"--Johannsen, Albert. Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels.
Weetamora, the squaw sachem, or, The earl's half-breed daughter
by Frederick Whittaker., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black.
Graybeard, the sorcerer, or, The recluse of Mont Royale
by C. Dunning Clark., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black.
The privateer's bride, or, The channel scud
by J.R. Caldwell., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black.
Black Arrow, the avenger, or, Judge Lynch on the border
by Edward Willett., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black.
Agnes Falkland
by N.C. Iron., Illustrated paper cover in color.
The Scioto scouts, or, The Shawnees' decoy
by Edward Willett., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black., Later edition published under title: Buck Burt's pluck.
The Indian spy, or, The unknown foe
by Jos. E. Badger, Jr., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black.
Red Belt, the Tuscarora, or, The death trail
by Dr. Wm. Mason Turner., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black., Includes also chapters 1-2 of: Red Arrow, the wolf demon, or, The queen of the Kanawha., "The continuation of "Red Arrow, the Wolf Demon, or, The Queen of the Kanawha," by Albert W. Aiken, will appear in no.36 of the "New York Saturday Journal"--P. 100.
The Quakeress spy
by William Henry Howland., Illustrated paper cover in color., "February 27, 1883"--Johannsen, Albert. Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels.
Metamora, the forest king
by Capt. Frank Armstrong., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black., Cf. John Augustus Stone's "Metamora".
The forest spy
by Edward S. Ellis., Illustrated paper cover in color.
The phantom horseman, or, The mad hunter of the Mohawk
by Edward S. Ellis., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black., Cover illustration engraved by Nathaniel Orr.
Ruth Margerie
by Mrs. Mary A. Denison., Illustrated paper cover in color., "December 6, 1881"--Johannsen, Albert. Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels.
The double hero
by N.C. Iron., Illustrated paper cover in color., "November 8, 1881"--Johannsen, Albert. Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels.
Rangers of the Mohawk
by Edward S. Ellis., Illustrated paper cover in color., "October 25, 1881"--Johannsen, Albert. Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels.
The pale-face squaw, or, The last arrow
by C. Dunning Clark., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black.
Graybeard, the sorcerer, or, The recluse of Mont Royale
by C. Dunning Clark., Illustrated paper cover in color., "July 19, 1881"--Johannsen, Albert. Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels.
The Red Coyote, or, Lupah, the Flower of the Prairie
by Albert W. Aiken., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black.
Despard, the spy, or, The fall of Montreal
by W.J. Hamilton., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black., Frontispiece engraved by Nathaniel Orr., Later edition published under titles: The French spy; and Iron-Nerve Despard., Sequel to: The silent slayer.
Silent slayer, or, The maid of Montreal
by W.J. Hamilton., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black., Frontispiece engraved by Nathaniel Orr., Later edition published under title: The branded captain., Sequel: Despard, the spy.
Captain Molly, or, The fight at Trenton, Christmas, 1776
by Mrs. M.A. Denison., Illustrated paper cover in color., Later edition published under title: Molly, the girl captain., "May 10, 1881"--Johannsen, Albert. Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels.