2 edition of Beadle"s dime American speaker found in the catalog.
Beadle"s dime American speaker
Orville J. Victor
|Series||Speaker series ;, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||PN4201 .V55 1863|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||98 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||54047905|
Beadles Dime Cook-Book; or, Housewife’s Pocket Companion. Embodying what is Most Economic, Most Practical, Most Excellent. New York: Beadle & Adams, The Unionist’s Daughter; A Tale of Rebellion in Tennessee. New York: Beadle & Co., [Note: This was a double number in Beadle’s Dime Novels Series, No. 40, and sold for twenty cents.]. But the books themselves actually tended to reinforce conventional values of the time such as patriotism, bravery, self-reliance, and American nationalism. Origin of the Dime Novel Cheap literature had been produced in the early s, but the creator of the dime novel is generally accepted to be Erastus Beadle, a printer who had published.
Beadle's Dime Book of Croquet: A small book that provides the rules for the game as well as several different arrangements for the hoops. 28 pages. Paperbound: $ Beadle's Dime Cookbook: A small cookbook that contains a wide variety of recipes for all situations. pages. Paperbound: $ Beadle's Dime Guide to Dress-Making and. By , the prestigious North American Review, having taken notice of these short books with their salmon-colored paper covers, stated that over five million Beadle and Adams dime novels were in circulation, and by the late s, hundreds of competing cheap fiction series flooded the market.
New York: Beadle and Company, MB45x Beadle's Dime Song Book, no. 5: a collection of new and popular comic and sentimental songs. New York: Irwin P. Beadle and Co., c MB45 Beadle's Dime Union Song Book, no. . The Western Dime Novel Background. The first profitable mass literature in America was the dime novel, which emerged in The dime novel focused on the West because of America’s increasing fascination and curiosity with expansion, Native Americans, and curiosity, combined with new technologies in publishing and distribution, made the western dime novel increasingly popular.
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Beadle's dime American speaker; comprising gems of elocution and humor, for schools, exhibitions, parlors, etc Paperback – March 6, by Orville James Victor (Author)Author: Orville James Victor. BEADLE'S DIME AMERICAN SPEAKER Comprising Gems of Elocution Beadles dime American speaker book Humor. For Schools, Exhibitors, Parlors, Etc.
Speaker Series, Number 1. [[Anthology].] on *FREE* shipping on. Beadle's Dime Patriotic Speaker book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5. The front cover is a facsimile of the title page except that the word "Beadle's" occurs before "Dime Speaker," and that the name of H.
Dexter, Publisher's Agent, takes the place of Irwin P. Beadle. A cut of the reverse of a dime is found on both title page and wrapper. The book contains 72 pages (the title page being counted as page 1) plus seven pages of advertisements of Beadle's Song Books, and one. Read "Beadle's Dime National Speaker, Embodying Gems of Oratory and Wit, Particularly Adapted to American Schools and Firesides Speaker Series Number 2, Revised and Enlarged Edition".
Once you install this app, you can read it by 1-click without connecting network. You can also check your "Reading Score" from the ry: BOOKS_AND_REFERENCE. Beadles Dime Books-Produced by Sullivan PressHandsewn as the originals at x Assorted Titles The Button Baron Specializing in antique buttons for historical impressions.
Beadle's Dime Books. In Franklin's life Mr. Parton had a subject peculiarly fitted for his study of those who would understand the actual nature of the American people and the growth of American social and political institutions, and of those, too, who hope for and believe in the development of a nobler " Speakers " (two of Dialogue.
Beadle's dime national speaker: embodying gems of oratory and wit, particularly adapted to American schools and firesides by Beadle and CompanyPages: Beadle's Dime Book of Practical Etiquette for Ladies and Gentlemen: Being a Guide to True Gentility and Good-Breeding, and a Complete Directory to the Usages and Observances of Society liked it avg rating — 1 rating Want to Read saving /5.
The dime novel is a form of late 19th-century and early 20th-century U.S. popular fiction issued in series of inexpensive paperbound editions. The term dime novel has been used as a catchall term for several different but related forms, referring to story papers, five- and ten-cent weeklies, "thick book" reprints, and sometimes early pulp magazines.[notes 1] The term was used as a title as late asin the.
When “ Beadle’s Dime Books ” appeared in the North American Review, dime novels were a new type of popular literature, essentially a novel published in a cheap format. (The first, Malaeska, by Ann Stephens, had appeared a couple decades earlier in a gift book.).
The Project Gutenberg EBook of Beadle's Dime National Speaker, Embodying Gems of Oratory and Wit, Particularly Adapted to American Schools and Firesides, by Various This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
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The New York based publishing firm of M.J. Ivers and Company was best known for its production of cheap books in the United States including Beadle's Dime Dialogues, Dime Speakers, Dime Hand Books, Boy's Library, and Deadwood Dick Library during the late.
First ed. published in under title: The dime speaker., On spine: Beadle's dime speaker. Beadle's dime American speaker: comprising gems of elocution and humor, for schools, exhibitions, parlors, etc. By Orville J. (Orville James) Victor.
Abstract. First ed. published in under title: The dime of access: Internet Topics: Recitations. Beadle's dime base-ball player: a compendium of the game, comprising elementary instructions of this American game of ball, together with the Revised Rules and Regulations forrules for the formation of clubs, names of the officers and delegates to the general convention, &c.
Contents of Beadle's song books, no. and Beadle's dime melodist, comprising the music and words (p. ) "Including etiquette of the ball room, of the evening party, the dinner-party, the card and chess table. of business, of the home circle, &c., &c."--Cover Cover titlePages: Mrs.
Victor edits The Home. Irwin publishes dime song and handbooks. Beadle and Adams and Irwin P. Beadle remove to William Street in Irwin Beadle and Robert Adams unite forces as Irwin P. Beadle & Co., Beadle and Adams drop out of the picture.
Of “Beadle’s Dime Fiction Library,” published in andonly five examples are present. The “Library of Choice Fiction,” also published inis represented only by “The Maiden Martyr,” which deals with the New England witchcraft horror.Beadle and Company, William Street.
Publication Date. Speaker series ; no. 3. Speeches, addresses, etc., American. United States--History--Civil War, Poetry. Illustrated paper wrappers in orange and black. Cover illustration signed N.
Orr Co. Cited in The house of Beadle and Adams, by A. Johannsen, under title: Patriotic speaker.Beadle & Company () Beadle & Adams () Beadle & Adams, though not the most significant publisher in terms of women’s dime novel romances, often receives a prominent position in the history of dime novel publishing, and, indeed, the firm is significant for the successful development of the cheap fiction publishing formula.