"A Strange Story for the French" (The Democratic Press [Fond Du Lac, WI], June 6, 1860, The Mantiwoc [WI] Pilot, June 15, 1860, Waukesha [WI] County Democrat July 3, 1860
Trempealeau [WI] Representative, July 6, 1860, and Bennington [VT] Banner, August 3, 1860
), as "A Story from the French" (The Bay City [Green Bay, WI] Press, August 8, 1860 and Watertown Democrat [IA], August 16, 1860), "A Strange Story" (Racine Weekly Advocate July 18, 1860), “The Syren of Paris” (Cecil Whig [Elkton, MD], March 9, 1861), "A Story of Paris" (The Daily Milwaukee News, August 25,1864), "The Bath of Blood" (Fort Wayne Sentinel, March 23, 1874), "A Polish Princess' Appetite" (Logansport [IA] Daily Star, March 18, 1874), “A Polish Princess’ Penchant” (Fort Smith [AR] Weekly New Era, March 25, 1874),and "Twenty-Six Heads" (Reno Evening Gazette, June 5, 1888) were all previously published as "Mademoiselle Jabirouska" (Weekly Wisconsin, December 6, 1848).