Ned Buntline bibliography

The following is a list of works by American dime novel author Edward Zane Carroll Judson commonly known by his pen nameNed Buntline.[1][Note 1]

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  • Magdalena, the Beautiful Mexican Maid: A Story of Buena Vista. New York: Williams Bros, 1846.
  • The Curse!: A Tale of Crime and Its Retribution, Founded on Facts of Real Life. Boston: Roberts & Garfield, 1847.
  • Bellamira; Or, the Last Days of Callao: An Historical Romance of Peru. Boston: Star Spangled Banner Office, 1847.
  • The Volunteer: Or, the Maid of Monterey: a Tale of the Mexican War. Boston: F. Gleason, 1847.
  • The Black Avenger of the Spanish Main, Or, the Fiend of Blood: A Thrilling Story of the Buccaneer Times. Boston: Gleason, 1847.
  • Matanzas; Or, a Brother’s Revenge: A Tale of Florida. Boston: G.H. Williams, 1848.
  • Love’s Desperation, Or, the President’s Only Daughter: And Other Tales. Boston: F. Gleason, 1848.
  • Cruisings, Afloat and Ashore: From the Private Log of Ned Buntline Sketches of Land and Sea, Humorous and Pathetic, Tragical and Comical. New York: R. Craighead, 1848.
  • The Red Revenger, Or, the Pirate King of the Floridas; a Romance of the Gulf and Its Islands. Boston: F. Gleason, Flag of Our Union Office, 1848.
  • The Ice King, Or, the Fate of the Lost Steamer: A Fanciful Tale of the Far North. Boston: George H. Williams, 1848.
  • The King of the Sea: Tale of the Fearless and Free. New York: Samuel French, 1848.
  • Love at First Sight, Or, the Daguerreotype: A Romantic Story of Real Life. Boston: Jone’s Pub. House, 1849.
  • Three Years After: A Sequel to the Mysteries and Miseries of New York. New York: Burgess, 1849.
  • Working Men, Shall Americans or English Rule in This City?. New York, 1849.
  • The B’hoys of New York: A Sequel to the Mysteries and Miseries of New York. New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, 1850.
  • The G’hals of New York: A Novel. New York: Dewitt and Davenport, 1850.
  • The Virgin of the Sun: A Historical Romance of the Last Revolution in Peru. London: Newman, 1850.
  • The Mysteries and Miseries of New York: A Story of Real Life. New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, 1851.
  • The White Cruiser, Or, the Fate of the Unheard-of: A Tale of Land and Sea: of Crime and Mystery. New York: Garrett, 1853.
  • The Wheel of Misfortune; Or, the Victims of Lottery and Policy Dealers: A Yarn from the Web of New York Life. New York: Garrett & Co, 1853.
  • The Jesuit’s Daughter: A Novel for Americans to Read. New York: Burgess & Day, 1854.
  • The Mysteries and Miseries of New Orleans. Philadelphia: T.B. Peterson & Bros, 1854.
  • The Pale Lily; Or, the Young Bride’s Honey Moon: A Tale of Border Life and Savage Cruelty. New York: Garrett & Co, 1855.
  • The Queen of the Sea; Or, Our Lady of the Ocean: A Tale of Love and Chivalry. Novelette. 1855.
  • The Red Right Hand: A Tale of Indian Warfare. New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, 1857.
  • Luona Prescott, Or, the Curse Fulfilled: A Tale of the American Revolution. New York, 1858.
  • Thayendanegea, the Scourge: Or, the Wareagle of the Mohawks : a Tale of Mystery, Ruth, and Wrong. New York: F.A. Brady, 1858.
  • The Shell-Hunter: Or, an Ocean Love-Chase, a Romance of Land and Sea. New York: F.A. Brady, 1858.
  • English Tom: Or, the Smuggler’s Secret: a Tale of Ship and Shore. New York: F.A. Brady, 1858.
  • The White Wizard: Or, the Great Prophet of the Seminoles: a Tale of Strange Mystery in the South and North. New York: F.A. Brady, 1858.
  • Our Mess: Or, the Pirate-Hunters of the Gulf: a Tale of Naval Heroism and Wild Adventure in the Tropics. New York: F.A. Brady, 1859.
  • Seawaif: Or, the Terror of the Coast: a Tale of Privateering in 1776. New York: F.A. Brady, 1859.
  • Ned Buntline’s Life Yarn. New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, 1860.
  • Saul Sabberday; or the Idiot Spy. New York: Brady, 1860.
  • Stella Delorme, Or, the Comanche’s Dream: A Wild and Fanciful Story of Savage Chivalry. New York: F.A. Brady, 1860.
  • Norwood; Or, Life on the Prairie. New York: Dick & Fitzergald, 1860.
  • Elfrida, the Red Rover’s Daughter: A New Mystery of New York. New York: F.A. Brady, 1860.
  • Morgan, Or, the Knight of the Black Flag: A Strange Story of By-Gone Times. New York: F.A. Brady, 1861.
  • The Man-O’-War’s-Man’s Grudge: A Romance of the Revolution. New York: F.A. Brady, 1861.
  • The Death-Mystery: A Crimson Tale of Life in New York. New York: F.A. Brady, 1861.
  • Hilliare Henderson, Or, the Secret Revealed: An Antecedent to “The Death Mystery”. New York: F.A. Brady, 1862.
  • Ella Adams: Or, the Demon of Fire : a Tale of the Charleston Conflagration. New York: F.A. Brady, 1862.
  • The Grossbeak Mansion: A Mystery of New York. New York: F.A. Brady, 1862.
  • The Last of the Buccaneers: A Yarn of the Eighteenth Century. New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, 1863.
  • The Convict, Or, the Conspirators’ Victim: A Novel Written in Prison. New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, 1863.
  • The Scourge of the Seas, Or, the Outlaw’s Bride. New York: George Munro, 1864.
  • Sadia: a Heroine of the Rebellion. New York: F.A. Brady, 1864.
  • Netta Bride; Or, the King of the Vultures. New York, 1864.
  • Mermet Ben, Or, the Astrologer King: A Story of Magic and Wonderful Illusions. New York: Hilton, 1865.
  • Clara St. John, Or, the Mystery Solved: A Sequel to Mermet Ben. New York, 1865.
  • The Parricides; or the Doom of the Assassins, the Authors of a Nation’s Loss. A Tale Based on the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln. New York: Hilton & Co, 1865.
  • The Battle of Hate, Or, Hearts Are Trumps. New York: F.A. Brady, 1865.
  • Rose Seymour, Or, the Ballet Girl’s Revenge: A Tale of the New-York Drama. New York: Hilton, 1865.
  • Wealth and Beauty, Or, the Temptations of City Life. , 1865.
  • Netta Bride: And the Poor of New York. New York, 1865.
  • The War-Eagle or the Scourge of the Mohawks. New York, 1865.
  • The Rattlesnake: Or, the Rebel Privateer: A Tale of the Present Time. New York: Frederic A. Brady, 1865.
  • The Beautiful Nun. Philadelphia: T.B. Peterson, 1866.
  • Clarence Rhett: Or, the Cruise of a Privateer: an American Sea Story. New York: F.A. Brady, 1866.
  • Magdalena, the Outcast; Or, the Millionaire’s Daughter: A Story of Life in the Empire City. New York: Hilton, 1866.
  • The Midnight Lamp, Or, Life in the Empire City. New York, 1866.
  • Mark Myrtle, the Maniac Hunter. New York, 1866.
  • Tiger-eye: A Story of Wild Adventure in the Backwoods. New York: G. Munro, 1866.
  • Old Nick of the Swamp; Or, the Bravo’s Vengeance: A Story of Texas. New York: George Munro & Co, 1867.
  • Hawk-eye the Hunter: A Story of Western Life. New York: George Munro & Co, 1867.
  • Rosa, the Indian Captive: A Story of the Last War with England. New York: Hilton, 1867.
  • Templar’s Chart Certificate of Membership. Greenpoint New York, 1867.
  • (Buntline, Ned, Nathaniel, Orr.). Quaker Saul, The Idiot Spy, Or, Luliona, the Seminole: A Tale of Men and Deeds of ’76. , 1869.
  • War-eagle ; Or, Ossiniwa, the Indian Brave. New York: DeWitt Publisher, 1869.
  • The Secret Vow; Or, the Power of Woman’s Hate. New York: Beadle, 1870.
  • Miriam, Or, the Jew’s Daughter: A Tale of City Life. New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, 1870.
  • Charley Bray; or the Fireman’s Mission: The Story of a New York Fireman. New York: Trade publication, 1870.
  • Luona’s Oath, Or, the Curse Fulfilled. New York, 1870.
  • Sib Cone, the Mountain Trapper. New York: Frank Starr, 1870.
  • Mad Anthony’s Captain. New York: George Munro, 1872.
  • Texas Jack, The White King of the Pawnees, New York Weekly, Vol. XXVIII, No. 20, March 24 1872
  • Agnes, Or, the Beautiful Milliner. New York: Advance Pub, 1874.
  • The Red Warrior, Or, Stella Delorme’s Comanche Lover: A Romance of Savage Chivalry. New York: Frank Starr, 1874.
  • Red Ralph, the Ranger; or the Brother’s Revenge. New York: F. Starr, 1875.
  • The Smuggler: Or, the Skipper’s Crime: A Tale of Ship and Shore. New York: Frank Starr, 1875.
  • True As Steel, Or, the Faithful Sister. New York, 1876.
  • Old Zip’s Cabin: Or, a Greenhorn in the Woods. New York: Beadle and Adams, 1878.
  • The Sea Bandit, Or, the Queen of the Isle: A Tale of the Antilles. New York: Frank Starr, 1879.
  • Buffalo Bill, the King of Border Men. New York: publisher not identified, 1881.
  • Andros, the Free Rover: Or, the Pirate’s Daughter. New York: Beadle & Adams, 1883.
  • Texas Jack’s Chums or, the Whirlwinds of the West. New York: The Nickle Library (Series 24, No. 643), 1883.
  • Old Sib Cone, the Mountain Trapper. New York: Beadle and Adams, 1885.
  • Tombstone Dick, the Train Pilot, Or, the Traitor’s Trail: A Story of the Arizonian Wilds. New York: Beadle & Adams, 1885.
  • Buffalo Bill: His Life and Stirring Adventures in the Wild West. London: G. Purkess, 1887.
  • Buffalo Bill’s First Trail: Or, Will Cody, the Pony Express Rider. New York: M.J. Ivers, 1888.
  • The Black Privateer, Or, Cruise of the Cloud-Rift. New York: Camp-fire Library Co, 1888.
  • Shadowed and Trapped, Or, Harry the Sport. New York: Street & Smith, 1889.
  • Alf, the Chicago Sport. New York: Street & Smith, 1889.
  • The Miner Detective, Or, the Ghost of the Gulch. New York: Street & Smith, 1889.
  • Fire Feather, the Buccaneer King: A Tale of the Caribbean Sea. New York, 1890.
  • Orthodox Jeems: A Tale of Wild Adventure in the Black Hills. New York: Street & Smith, 1890.
  • Red Douglass, Or, the King of the Black Forest. New York: Street & Smith, 1890.
  • Hazel-eye, the Girl Trapper. New York: Street & Smith, 1890.
  • The Sea Spy. New York: Beadle & Adams, 1890.
  • Mountain Tom: A Story of the Diamond Fields. New York: Street & Smith, 1890.
  • Gulietta the Waif, Or, the Girl Wrecker. New York: Street & Smith, 1890.
  • Fritz’s Old Score, Or, Sib Cone’s Right Bower. New York, 1890.
  • Rover Wild, the Jolly Reefer. New York: Street & Smith, 1890.
  • Sensation Sate, the Queen of the Wild-Horse Range. New York: Street & Smith, 1890.
  • The Pearl of the Reef, Or, the Diver’s Daughter. New York: Street & Smith, 1890.
  • The Witch of the Ocean, Or, the Lady of Silver Spray. New York: Street & Smith, 1891.
  • Buffalo Bill’s Last Victory, Or, Dove Eye, the Lodge Queen. New York: Street & Smith, 1891.
  • Silver Wing’, the Angel of the Tribes. New York: Street & Smith, 1891.
  • Red Dick, the Tiger of California. New York: Street & Smith, 1891.
  • The Revenue Officer’s Triumph; Or, the Sunken Treasure. New York: Street & Smith, 1891.
  • Long Tom, the Privateer. New York: Beadle & Adams, 1891.
  • Big Foot Wallace, the Giant Hero of the Border. New York: Street & Smith, 1891.
  • Buckskin Sam the Scalp-Taker. New York: Street & Smith, 1891.
  • Sam Ricketty, Or, a Well Planned Plot. New York, 1891.
  • Midwhipman [sic] Angus of H.m.s. Plantagenet, Or, the West Indian Sea Mystery. New York: Street & Smith, 1891.
  • Merciless Ben, the Hair-Lifter. New York: Street & Smith, 1891.
  • Bill Tredegar, the Moonshiner of Blue Ridge. New York: Street & Smith, 1895.
  • Dashing Charlie, the Texan Whirlwind. New York: Street & Smith, 1896.
  • Wild Bill’s Last Trail. New York: Street and Smith, 1896.
  • Darrow, the Floating Detective, Or, the Shadowed Buccaneer: A Thrilling Ocean Story. New York: Street & Smith, 1896.
  • Wrestling Joe, the Dandy of the Mines, Or, the Crimson Trail of the Avenger. New York: Street & Smith, 1896.
  • Barnacle Backstay, Or, the Gray Eagle of the Atlantic. New York: Street & Smith, 1896.
  • Captain Jack, Or, the Seven Scouts. New York: Street & Smith, 1896.
  • Bill Tredegar, Or, the Outlaw of the Blue Ridge: A Story of the Secret Service. New York: Street & Smith, 1896.
  • Buffalo Bill’s Best Shot. New York: Street & Smith, 1897.
  • The Ice-King, Or, Fate of the Lost Steamer: A Story of the Frozen North. New York, 1898.

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