The king of the detectives

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The king of the detectives

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Title:
The king of the detectives
Series Title:
Old Sleuth library
Creator:
Old Sleuth
Place of Publication:
New York, New York
Publisher:
George Munro's Sons
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Language:
English
Physical Description:
32 p. ; 32 cm.

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Subjects / Keywords:
Dime novels ( lcsh )
Detective and mystery stories ( lcsh )
Bankers -- Fiction ( lcsh )
Gambling -- Fiction ( lcsh )
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serial ( sobekcm )

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Source Institution:
University of South Florida
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
032532336 ( ALEPH )
032532369 ( OCLC )
O13-00002 ( USFLDC DOI )
o13.2 ( USFLDC Handle )

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No. 2 THE KING OF THE DETECTIVES. By Old Sleuth. This Number contains a Complete Story, Unchanged and Unabridged. J SINCLE l (NUMBER.\ GEORGE MUNRO, P"C'BLiSHER, Nos. 17 to Z7 VANDEWATER STREET, NEW YORK. 5 PRICE ? 10 CENTS.5 Old Sleuth Library, Issued Weekly.-By SubscripLion, $20 per annum. Copyrii:hted 1885, by George Munro.-Entered at the Post Office at Kew York at Second Class Rates.-1\farch 17. 1885. Copyrighted 1879, 1884, and 18&\ by George Munro. Vol. I. The King of the Detectives. By OLD SLEUTH. I am Brandon, the detective ; I know you are innocent; do not be afraid, I will protect you and see that justice is done!" NEW YORK: GEORffE MFN'RO, PUBLISHER, 17 TO Zl VANDEWATER STREET.

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MUNRO'S PUBLICATI ONS. THE SEASIDE LIBRARY. POCX::::ET EDJ:TJ:ONL ATE ISSUES. The following books are for sale by all newsdealers, or will be sent to any address, postage prepaid, by the publisher, on receipt of 12 cents for singl e numbers, 17 cents for special numbers, and 25 cents for double num, bers. Parties wishing the Pocket Editwn of THE SEASIDE LIBRARY must be careful to mention the Pocket Edi tion, otherwise the Ordinary Edition will be sent. Address, GEORGE MUNRO, Publisher, 17 to 27 Vandewater Street, N. Y. (P. 0. Box 8751. ) 139 Romantic Adventures of a Jllllkmaid, The. By Thomas Hardy ............................... 10 HO Glorio u s Fortune, A. By Walter Besant ......... 10 141 S h e Loved Him I By Annie Thomas ............ 10 142 Jenifer. By Annie Thomas ..................... 20 143 One Fal se, Both Fair. By John B. Harwood . 20 144 Promises of Marri age. By Emile Gaboriau .... 10 1 45 "Storm-Beaten:" God and The lllan. By Robert Buchanan .................................... 20 14 6 :C.Ove Finds the Way, and Other Stories. By Walter Besant and James Rice ............... 10 147 Rachel Ray. By Anthony Trollope ............. 20 148 Thorns and Orange-Blossoms. By the Author of Dora Thorne". .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10 149 10 1 50 For Himself Alo n e. By T W Speight ......... 10 151 Ducie Diamonds, T he. By C. Blatherwick ...... 10 152 Uncommercial Traveler. The. By Chas. Dickens 20 153 Golden Calf, The. By Miss 111. E. Bradd on ...... 20 IM Annan Water. By Robert Buchanan ............ 20 155 Lady Muriel's S ec ret. By Jean Midd lemass .... 20 156 "For a Dream's Hake." By Mrs. Herbert Martin 20 157 Milly's Hero. By F. W.Robinson ............... 20 158 Starling, The. By Norman l\lacleod D.D ....... 10 159 Mom ent of Madness, A, and Other Stories. By Florence Marryat ............................. 10 160 Her Gentle Deeds. By Sarah Tytler ............. 10 161 Lady of L yons. The. Founded on the Play of that title by Lord Lytton ..................... 10 162 Eugene Aram. By Sir E. Bulwer Lytton ........ 20 16.3 Winifred Power. By Joyce Darrell . ........... 20 lM Leila; or, The Siege of Greuada. Bulwer Lytton 10 165 History of Henry Esmond, The By William Makepeace Thackeray. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. 20 166 Moonshin e and Marguerites. By" The Duchess" 10 167 Heart and Science. By Wilkie Collins .......... 20 168 No Thoroughfa re. By Dickens and Collins ...... 10 169 Haunted Man, The. By Charles Dickens ....... 10 170 Great Treason, A. By Mary Hoppus ........... 30 171 Fortune's Wheel. By "The Duchess" ......... 10 172 "Golden Girls." By Alan Muir ................. 20 17'J Foreigne r s, The. By Eleanor C. Price ........... 20 174 Under a Ban. By Mrs. Lodge ................... 20 175 Love's Random Shot. By Wil)
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