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BEADLE'S BANNER WEEKLY 60 ISSUES BUFFALO BILL STORY PAPER DIME NOVEL

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   Bound volume of 60 issues of Beadle's and Adams Banner Weekly, $30 an issue!!! Scarce, rare or just call it hard to come by they just aren't out there in this condition  . If you have particular numbers you need for your collection let us know and we can let you know if we have them.   This particular issue is rarely seen and almost never up for sale .  Paper quality is very good and complete. 

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401.Burke Brentford. Dauntless Dick, the Knight of the Deck; or, The Letter-of-Marque Sea Witch. A Romance of the High Seas and Coast in the Days that Tried Men's Souls. VIII, No. 401, July 19, 1890, to VIII, No. 415, October 25, 1890. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 401; Dime Library, no. 878.
 
Year 1778. Privateering off the eastern seaboard during the Revolution.
 
404.
 
Edward S. Ellis. Konrad, the Swordmaker; or, The Masked Emperor. VIII, No. 404, August 9, 1890, to VIII, No. 412, October 4, 1890. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 110; Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 404.
 
405.
 
Ben D. Halliday. Messenger 999, the Trump-Card Detective; or, The Cruise for Human Shares. A Story of One of the Unrevealed Cases of the City Detective Records. VIII, No. 405, August 16, 1890, to VIII, No. 410, September 20, 1890. No illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 405; Half-Dime Library, no. 890.
 
Pool rooms and crooks' haunts in New York City.
 
407.
 
Prentiss Ingraham. The Texan's Double; or, The Merciless Shadower. A Revelation of the Mystery of the "Bravo in Black" in the Romance of "The Three Bills." VIII, No. 407, August 30, 1890, to IX, No. 419, November 22, 1890. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 407; Dime Library, no. 895.
 
Companion story to Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 395.
 
Texas, Utah, Mexico. Buffalo Bill, Buckskin Sam, Mormons, the Prophet, Danites, Mexicans, etc. A stolen treasure.
 
410.
 
Tom W. King. Luke, the Life-Saver; or, The Wreckers of Bell-Point Light. A Story of the Last of the Shinnecocks. VIII, No. 410, September 20, 1890, to IX, No. 418, November 15, 1890. Two illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 80; Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 410; Dime Library, no. 1011.
 
411.
 
Edward Lytton Wheeler. Sol Sharpe, Detective; or, Hayseed Ramsay's Double Find. A Metropolitan Romance. VIII, No. 411, September 27, 1890, to VIII, No. 416, November 1, 1890. One illustration.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 411; Half-Dime Library, no. 943.
 
Pottsville, Pennsylvania, New York City and Brooklyn. A missing father, a girl, and a wicked guardian.
 
413.
 
Burke Brentford. The Sea Wraith; or, The Privateer Prince. A Romance of Broadsides, Boarders and Blue Waters. VIII, No. 413, October 11, 1890, to IX, No. 425, January 3, 1891. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 413; Dime Library, no. 889.
 
Long Island, Bermuda, and the sea in 1812. Pressed American sailors capture an English war vessel and turn it into a privateer.
 
416.
 
Anthony P. Morris. The Red Scorpion; or, The Man of Three Names. VIII, No. 416, November 1, 1890, to IX, No. 425, January 3, 1891. Two illustrations.
 
Found in: Saturday Journal/Star Journal (various title changes), no. 132; 416Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. ; 741Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. .
 
417.
 
Edward L. Wheeler. Sol Sharpe, the New York Night-Hawk; or, Piping the Hayden Case. IX, No. 417, November 8, 1890, to IX, No. 422, December 13, 1890. One illustration.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 417; Half-Dime Library, no. 922.
 
A New York City detective story.
 
419.
 
Prentiss Ingraham. Gentleman Jack, the Man of Many Masks; or, Buffalo Bill's Peerless Pard. A Romance of Tangled Trails followed by Buffalo Bill and his Buckskin Heroes, Surgeon Frank Powell, Wild Bill, Texas Jack, Captain Jack Crawford, Buckskin Sam, Colorado Carl and a Mysterious Unknown. IX, No. 419, November 22, 1890, to IX, No. 432, February 21, 1891. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 419; Dime Library, no. 904.
 
Preceded by Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 395.
 
Mexico, Texas, the Overland trail between Salt Lake City and San Francisco. Mexicans, Mormons, Brigham Young, etc.
 
422.
 
Dr. Novel Dunbar. Cell No. 13; or, The Inheritance Accursed. Three Scenes in a Startling Drama. IX, No. 422, December 13, 1890, to IX, No. 433, March 14, 1891. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Saturday Journal/Star Journal (various title changes), no. 656; Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 422.
 
423.
 
Edward Lytton Wheeler. Kit Keith, the Revenue Retriever; or, The Big Bag at Dark Run. IX, No. 423. December 20, 1890, to IX, No. 428, January 24, 1891. One illustration.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 423; Half-Dime Library, no. 913.
 
Wreckers and moonshiners, Virginia coast and Washington, D. C.
 
425.
 
Albert W. Aiken. The Syren Shadower: or, The Unseen Pursuer. A Romance of the Foils and Toils of the Great City. IX, No. 425, January 3, 1891, to IX, No. 437, March 28, 1891. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 425; Dime Library, no. 901.
 
Gypsies, a private mad house, etc., in New York City.
 
428.
 
E. F. Ellet. The California Circe; or, The Serpents' Trail. A Romance of the San Joaquin Valley. IX, No. 428, January 24, 1891, to IX, No. 440, April 18, 1891. Two illustrations.
 
Found in: Saturday Journal/Star Journal (various title changes), no. 155; Fireside Library, no. 77; Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 428.
 
429.
 
Ben D. Halliday. Fifth Avenue Fred, the Valet Detective; or, A Corner in Rogues. IX, No. 429, January 31, 1891, to IX, No. 435, March 14, 1891. One illustration.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 429; Half-Dime Library, no. 895.
 
Legal robbery in financial circles in New York City.
 
431.
 
Prentiss Ingraham. Red Butterfly, the Spy of the Overland; or, The Nine Scouts' League. A Story of Real Characters of Wild Western Life. IX, No. 431, February 14, 1891, to IX, No. 443, May 9, 1891. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 431; Dime Library, no. 909.
 
This story is followed by Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 443.
 
Colorado in the 1870's, also Lake George, New York. Quantrel's band, Buffalo Bill, Wild Bill, Texas Jack, the Powells, Captain Jack, Go-wan-go, Indians, a ventriloquist, and a ghostly stagecoach.
 
434.
 
Anthony P. Morris. The Chemist's Crime; or, Curses that Came Home to Roost. IX, No. 434, March 7, 1891, to IX, No. 445, May 23, 1891. Two illustrations.
 
Found in: Saturday Journal/Star Journal (various title changes), no. 201; Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 434.
 
435.
 
Ben D. Halliday. Basement Bert, the Boy Cobbler Detective; or, On the War-Path for Crooked Scalps. IX, No. 435, March 14, 1891, to IX, No. 440, April 18, 1891. One illustration.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 435; Half-Dime Library, no. 899.
 
New York City detective tale.
 
437.
 
J. C. Cowdrick. The Conspirator Detective; or, Prince Monte Cristo in New York. The Story of the "Magnificent Mystery" and the Romance of the Fight for the Clayburn Millions. IX, No. 437, March 28, 1891, to IX, No. 449, June 20, 1891. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 437; Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 747; Dime Library, no. 978.
 
A New York City detective who ends up by wearing stripes and who exercises his muscles by breaking stone.
 
440.
 
Albert W. Aiken. What Was Her Crime? or, The Guilt of the Guiltless. The Romance of the MillGirl's Mystery. IX, No. 440, April 18, 1891, to IX, No. 452, July 11, 1891. Two illustrations.
 
Found in: Saturday Journal/Star Journal (various title changes), no. 140; Fireside Library, no. 55; Waverley Library (quarto edition), no. 165; Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 440.
 
441.
 
Charles Morris. Flash Lightning, the Mountain Mascot; or, Old Dug-Out's Double Trouble. A Romance of Payrock. IX, No. 441, April 25, 1891, to IX, No. 446, May 30, 1891. One illustration.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 441; Half-Dime Library, no. 917.
 
The year 1884. "Payrock," Colorado, a mining town.
 
443.
 
Prentiss Ingraham. Go-won-go, the Red-Skin Rider; or, The Moonlight Marauders. A Romance of Living Heroes of Today. IX, No. 443, May 9, 1891, to IX, No. 455, August 1, 1891. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 443; Dime Library, no. 915.
 
Preceded by Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 431 and followed by Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 455.
 
Colorado and New York City in the 1870's. Kit Quantrel again, also Buffalo Bill, Dr. Powell, and Captain Jack Crawford.
 
446.
 
Rett Winwood. Oh, the Wrong of It! or, A Sister of Satan. IX, No. 446, May 30, 1891, to IX, No. 456, August 8, 1891. Two illustrations.
 
Found in: Saturday Journal/Star Journal (various title changes), no. 130; Fireside Library, no. 4; Waverley Library (quarto edition), no. 143; Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 446.
 
447.
 
Ben D. Halliday. Billy Blue Blazes, the Dodger of the Docks; or, The Double Detective. IX, No. 447, June 6, 1891, to IX, No. 452, July 11, 1891. One illustration.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 447; Half-Dime Library, no. 903.
 
New York City.
 
449.
 
Joseph E. Badger. Maverick Mark, the Man from Nowhere; or, The Black Jaguar's Vendetta. IX, No. 449, June 20, 1891, to IX, No. 461, September 12, 1891. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 449; Dime Library, no. 907.
 
Texas. A fight with a wolf — a prairie fire — a stampede — a woman friend and Carlita Quesado.
 
452.
 
Dr. Noel Dunbar. Carl Brandt's Sacrifice; or, For Another's Dishonor. IX, No. 452, July 11, 1891, to IX, No. 463, September 26, 1891. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Saturday Journal/Star Journal (various title changes), no. 555; Fireside Library, no. 88; Waverley Library (quarto edition), no. 188; Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 452.
 
453.
 
Oll Coomes. Kit Bandy's Brigade in Arizona; or, The Nabob Vagabond's Friends in Need. IX, No. 453, July 18, 1891, to IX, No. 460, September 5, 1891. One illustration.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 453; Half-Dime Library, no. 927.
 
Old Kit Bandy, the detective; Ichabod Flea, the spy; and Tom Rattler, the Red River Epidemic, appear again in the Black Mountains, Arizona.
 
455.
 
Prentiss Ingraham. Velvet Bill's Vow; or, The Red Rider's Retribution. A Romance of Strange Life on Mountain and Plain. IX, No. 455, August 1, 1891, to IX, No. 467, October 24, 1891. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 455; Dime Library, no. 921.
 
Preceded by Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 443.
 
Various fanciful place names on the Overland trail, also New York City. More about Go-won-go, Daniel Darwin, Dr. Powell, Robert Haslam, Buffalo Bill, and Kit Quantrel. Captain Moonlight is apparently killed in this story for the last time.
 
457.
 
Charles Morris. Only a Circus Rider; or, Reading a Riddle. IX, No. 457, August 15, 1891, to IX, No. 458, August 22, 1891. No illustrations.
 
Found in: Saturday Journal/Star Journal (various title changes), no. 653; Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 457.
 
458.
 
Philip Schuyler Warne. Saint and Satyr; or, James Bowie's Terrible Temptation. A Romance of the Great Duelist's Atonement. IX, No. 458, August 22, 1891, to X, No. 469, November 7, 1891. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Saturday Journal/Star Journal (various title changes), no. 469; Fireside Library, no. 69; Waverley Library (quarto edition), no. 208; Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 458.
 
459.
 
T. J. Flanagan. Midshipman Dare, the Pirate-Catcher; or, The Sea Rovers of '98. A Tale of the Grand Old Frigate United States. IX, No. 459, August 29, 1881, to IX, No. 465, October 10, 1891. One illustration.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 459; Half-Dime Library, no. 909.
 
The year 1798. New York City and aboard a U. S. frigate, then the West Indies and in Boston.
 
461.
 
Joseph E. Badger. Silly Steele, the Stay-In Sport; or, The Catch-On at Camp Climax. IX, No. 461, September 12, 1891, to X, No. 473, December 5, 1891. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 461; Dime Library, no. 898.
 
Out West. The usual killings — playing for a bonanza — a bad gang and a woman's vengeance. The words of the song, "The Days of '49" occur in this story.
 
464.
 
Oll Coomes. Kit Bandy's "Star" Engagement; or, Desert Dan, the Saddle Prince of the Rio Hondo. A Romance of New Mexico. IX, No. 464, October 3, 1891, to X, No. 470, November 14, 1891. Two illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 464; Half-Dime Library, no. 939.
 
New Mexico in 187 - .
 
465.
 
T. J. Flanagan. The Two Midshipmen; or, The Young Corsair-Chaser's First Cruise. A Romance of the Old Frigate, United States, in the Barbary War. IX, No. 465, October 10, 1891, to X, No. 471, November 21, 1891 (incorrectly marked October 31). One illustration.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 465; Half-Dime Library, no. 933.
 
New York City — with the U. S. Navy — Algerian pirates — to the Bahamas — London — the Mediterranean. Stephen Decatur takes part.
 
467.
 
Albert W. Aiken. Old Sunflower, the Hayseed Detective; or, Between the Lamb and the Wolves. A Story of a Tangled City-Trail. IX, No. 467, October 24, 1891, to X, No. 479, January 16, 1892. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 467; Dime Library, no. 923.
 
A New York City detective tale.
 
470.
 
Philip Schuyler Warne. The Branded Palm; or, The Burden of Another's Sin. A Romance of a Terrible Sacrifice and a Grand Rejuvenation. X, No. 470, November 14, 1891, to X, No. 483, February 13, 1892. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Saturday Journal/Star Journal (various title changes), no. 434; Fireside Library, no. 67; Waverley Library (quarto edition), no. 204; Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 470; Dime Library, no. 1032.
 
471.
 
T. J. Flanagan. The Three Lieutenants; or, The First Siege of Tripoli. X, No. 471, November 21, 1891 (incorrectly marked October 31), to X, No. 476, December 26, 1891. One illustration.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 471; Half-Dime Library, no. 949.
 
The year 1801. The U. S. frigate from New York to the Mediterranean, where Decatur and two friends have adventures. (See the note in Part IV of this book, under the name Flanagan.)
 
473.
 
Prentiss Ingraham. Dashing Charlie's Double; or, The Old Miner's Legacy. A Romance of the Mountain Marauders of New Mexico. X, No. 473, December 5, 1891, to X, No. 483, February 13, 1892. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 473; Dime Library, no. 930.
 
This story is followed by Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 485.
 
New Mexico and Texas, with the usual Indians, scouts, cowboys, Mexicans, miners, soldiers, counterfeiters, etc. of Ingraham's tales.
 
476.
 
Rett Winwood. Her Enemy to the End; or, The Challoner Mystery. X, No. 476, December 26, 1891, to X, No. 489, March 26, 1892. Two illustrations.
 
Found in: Saturday Journal/Star Journal (various title changes), no. 408; Fireside Library, no. 63; Waverley Library (quarto edition), no. 236; Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 476.
 
477.
 
T. J. Flanagan. The Four Commanders; or, The Heroes of Tripoli. X, No. 477, January 2, 1892, to X, No. 484, February 20, 1892. One illustration.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 477; Half-Dime Library, no. 959.
 
The year 1803. In the Mediterranean during the war with Tripoli.
 
479.
 
Joseph E. Badger. White-Horse Wheeler, the Revenue Scout-Detective; or, Clipping the Cougar's Claws. A Romance of the Northwest Border. X, No. 479, January 16, 1892, to X, No. 491, April 9, 1892. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 479; Dime Library, no. 925.
 
Somewhere in the far Northwest, then on the Canadian border, apparently in Montana, at the time of Sitting Bull's retreat to Canada. Indians and worse white men.
 
482.
 
Albert W. Aiken. Captain Jack's Client; or, Half a Million Dollars. A Romance of the "Bouquet Girl" Case. X, No. 482, February 6, 1892, to X, No. 496, May 14, 1892. One illustration.
 
Found in: Saturday Journal/Star Journal (various title changes), no. 387; Waverley Library (quarto edition), no. 30; 42Waverley Library (octavo edition), no. ; 482Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. ; 940Dime Library, no. .
 
483.
 
Ben D. Halliday. Ahoy Abe, the Dock Sharp; or, The Parson's Mysterious Mission. A Romance of a Shore Cruise for Sea Sharks. X, No. 483, February 13, 1892, to X, No. 488, March 19, 1892. One illustration.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 483; Half-Dime Library, no. 970.
 
New York City.
 
485.
 
Prentiss Ingraham. Dashing Charlie, the Wild West Detective; or, The Bravos of Borderland. X, No. 485, February 27, 1892, to X, No. 497, May 21, 1892. Three illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 485; Dime Library, no. 933.
 
Preceded by Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 473 and followed by Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 497.
 
A mining town in New Mexico.
 
488.
 
K. F. Hill. The Felon Brand; or, The Unmasking of Lucifer. X, No. 488, March 19, 1892, to X, No. 499, June 4, 1892. Two illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 142; Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 488; Dime Library, no. 971.
 
489.
 
T. J. Flanagan. Fighting Jack Shubrick; or, Old Ironsides against the Field. X, No. 489, March 26, 1892, to X, No. 495, May 7, 1892. One illustration.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 489; Half-Dime Library, no. 966.
 
The year 1812. Annapolis — fight between "Constitution" and "Guerriere." Captain Hull, Decatur, et al. take part.
 
491.
 
Albert W. Aiken. Old Sunflower, the Silent Smiter; or, The Terrible Reckoning. X, No. 491, April 9, 1892, to X, No. 502, June 25, 1892. Four illustrations.
 
Found in: Beadle's Weekly/Banner Weekly (various title changes), no. 491; Dime Library, no. 926.
 

 

New York City detective tale.
 

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