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START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK CHINESE LITERATURE
CHINESE LITERATURE
COMPRISING
THE ANALECTS OF CONFUCIUS,
WITH CRITICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES BY
EPIPHANIUS WILSON, A.M.
REVISED EDITION
THE ANALECTS OF CONFUCIUS
BOOK
THE SAYINGS OF MENCIUS
THE SHI-KING
BOOK I.--THE ODES OF CHOW AND THE SOUTH.
BOOK II.--THE ODES OF SHAOU AND THE SOUTH.
BOOK III.--THE ODES OF P'EI.
BOOK VII.--THE ODES OF CH'ING.
BOOK VIII.--THE ODES OF TS'E.
BOOK IX.--THE ODES OF WEI.
BOOK X.--THE ODES OF T'ANG.
BOOK XI.--THE ODES OF TS'IN.
BOOK XII.--THE ODES OF CH'IN.
BOOK XIII.--THE ODES OF KWEI
BOOK XIV.--THE ODES OF TS'AOU.
BOOK XV.--THE ODES OF PIN.
BOOK I.--DECADE OF LUH MING.
BOOK II.--THE DECADE OF PIH HWA.
BOOK III.--THE DECADE OF T'UNG KUNG.
BOOK IV.--THE DECADE OF K'E-FOO.
BOOK V.--THE DECADE OF SEAOU MIN.
BOOK VI.--THE DECADE OF PIH SHAN.
BOOK VII.--DECADE OF SANG HOO.
BOOK VIII.--THE DECADE OF TOO JIN SZE.
BOOK I.--DECADE OF KING WAN.
BOOK III.--DECADE OF TANG.
BOOK I.--SACRIFICIAL ODES OF CHOW.
THE TRAVELS OF FA-HIEN
THE SORROWS OF HAN
THE ANALECTS
OF
CONFUCIUS
PRONUNCIATION OF PROPER NAMES
INTRODUCTION
E. W.
THE ANALECTS
BOOK I
BOOK II
BOOK III
BOOK IV
BOOK V
BOOK VI
BOOK VII
BOOK VIII
BOOK IX
BOOK X
BOOK XI
BOOK XII
BOOK XIII
BOOK XIV
BOOK XV
BOOK XVI
BOOK XVII
BOOK XVIII
BOOK XIX
BOOK XX
THE SAYINGS OF MENICUS
INTRODUCTION
E.W.
THE SAYINGS OF MENCIUS
BOOK I
KING HWUY OF LEANG
THE SHI-KING
INTRODUCTION
E. W.
THE SHI-KING
PART I--LESSONS FROM THE STATES
BOOK I
THE ODES OF CHOW AND THE SOUTH
BOOK II
THE ODES OF SHAOU AND THE SOUTH
BOOK III
THE ODES OF P'EI
BOOK VII
THE ODES OF CH'ING
BOOK VIII
THE ODES OF TS'E
BOOK IX
THE ODES OF WEI
BOOK X
THE ODES OF TANG
BOOK XI
THE ODES OF TS'IN
BOOK XII
THE ODES OF CH'IN
THE ODES OF KWEI
BOOK XIV
THE ODES OF TS'AOU
BOOK XV
THE ODES OF PIN
PART II.--MINOR ODES TO THE KINGDOM
BOOK I
DECADE OF LUH MING
BOOK II
THE DECADE OF PIH H'WA
BOOK III
THE DECADE OF TUNG RUNG
BOOK IV
THE DECADE OF K'E-FOO
BOOK V
THE DECADE OF SEAOU MIN
BOOK VI
THE DECADE OF PIH SHAN
BOOK VII
DECADE OF SANG HOO
BOOK VIII
THE DECADE OF TOO JIN SZE
PART III.--GREATER ODES OF THE KINGDOM
BOOK I
DECADE OF KING WAN
BOOK III [*]
DECADE OF TANG
PART IV.--ODES OF THE TEMPLE AND ALTAR
BOOK I
SACRIFICIAL ODES OF CHOW
THE TRAVELS OF FA-HIEN
TRANSLATOR'S INTRODUCTION
JAMES LEGGE.
THE TRAVELS OF FA-HIEN
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI
CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XIII
CHAPTER XIV
CHAPTER XV
CHAPTER XVI
CHAPTER XVII
CHAPTER XVIII
CHAPTER XIX
CHAPTER XX
CHAPTER XXI
CHAPTER XXII
CHAPTER XXIII
CHAPTER XXIV
CHAPTER XXV
CHAPTER XXVI
CHAPTER XXVII
CHAPTER XXVIII
CHAPTER XXIX
CHAPTER XXX
CHAPTER XXXI
CHAPTER XXXII
CHAPTER XXXIII
CHAPTER XXXIV
CHAPTER XXXV
CHAPTER XXXVI
CHAPTER XXXVII
CHAPTER XXXVIII
CHAPTER XXXIX
CHAPTER XL
~THE SORROWS OF HAN~
INTRODUCTION
E.W.
TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE
JOHN FRANCIS DAVIS.
DRAMATIS PERSONAE
~THE SORROWS OF HAN~ [1]
~PROLOGUE~
~ACT FIRST~
~ACT SECOND~
~ACT THIRD~
~ACT FOURTH~
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AUTHOR OF "THE PRISONER OF ZENDA," "RUPERT OF HENTZAU," ETC.
CONTENTS
I. DOCTOR MARY'S PAYING GUEST
II. THE GENERAL REMEMBERS
III. MR. SAFFRON AT HOME
IV. PROFESSIONAL ETIQUETTE
V. A FAMILIAR IMPLEMENT
VI. ODD STORY OF CAPTAIN DUGGLE!
VII. A GENTLEMANLY STRANGER
VIII. CAPTAIN ALEC RAISES HIS VOICE
IX. DOCTOR MARY'S ULTIMATUM
X. THAT MAGICAL WORD MOROCCO!
XI. THE CAR BEHIND THE TREES
XII. THE SECRET OF THE TOWER
XIII. RIGHT OF CONQUEST
XIV. THE SCEPTER IN THE GRAVE
XV. A NORMAL CASE
XVI. DEAD MAJESTY
XVII. THE CHIEF MOURNERS
XVIII. THE GOLD AND THE TREASURE
CHAPTER I
DOCTOR MARY'S PAYING GUEST
CHAPTER II
THE GENERAL REMEMBERS
CHAPTER III
MR. SAFFRON AT HOME
CHAPTER IV
PROFESSIONAL ETIQUETTE
DEAR DR. ARKROYD
HECTOR BEAUMAROY.
CHAPTER V
A FAMILIAR IMPLEMENT
CHAPTER VI
ODD STORY OF CAPTAIN DUGGLE
CHAPTER VII
A GENTLEMANLY STRANGER
CHAPTER VIII
CAPTAIN ALEC RAISES HIS VOICE
CHAPTER IX
DOCTOR MARY'S ULTIMATUM
CHAPTER X
THE MAGICAL WORD MOROCCO!
CHAPTER XI
THE CAR BEHIND THE TREES
CHAPTER XII
THE SECRET OF THE TOWER
CHAPTER XIII
RIGHT OF CONQUEST
CHAPTER XIV
THE SCEPTER IN THE GRAVE
CHAPTER XV
A NORMAL CASE
CHAPTER XVI
DEAD MAJESTY
CHAPTER XVII
THE CHIEF MOURNERS
CHAPTER XVIII
THE GOLD AND THE TREASURE
THE END.
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  7. The use of the old order of Psalms found in the Roman Breviary is abolished and interdicted from 1st January, 1913, and the use of the new
  8. Ecclesiastical superiors are to introduce the new order of the
  9. Establishment and declaration of the validity and efficacy of the
  10. Date and place of promulgation.
  10. Thousands of works on the Psalms have been published. But any priest or student who studies Steenkiste's work on the Psalms learns nearly all that is needed to recite his psalms digne, attente ac devote. His work is a mine of useful, pious, and, in the main, accurate comment on the inspired text. Breviary students studying this commentary need little else to help them to admire, to understand and to use their psalmody in a prayerful manner. Steenkiste, Liber Psalmorum (3 vols, Bruges. 1886. Price 15s.).

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START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK AUNT JANE'S NIECES ON VACATION
AUNT JANE'S NIECES
BY
EDITH VAN DYNE
CONTENTS
CHAPTER
I THE HOBO AT CHAZY JUNCTION
CHAPTER I
THE HOBO AT CHAZY JUNCTION
CHAPTER II
THE INVASION OF MILLVILLE
CHAPTER III
THE DAWN OF A GREAT ENTERPRISE
CHAPTER IV
THE WAY INTO PRINT
CHAPTER V
DIVIDING THE RESPONSIBILITY
CHAPTER VI
MR. SKEELTY OF THE MILL
CHAPTER VII
THE SKETCH ARTIST
CHAPTER VIII
THE MILLVILLE DAILY TRIBUNE
CHAPTER IX
TROUBLE
CHAPTER X
THURSDAY SMITH
CHAPTER XI
THE HONER'BLE OJOY BOGLIN
CHAPTER XII
MOLLY SIZER'S PARTY
CHAPTER XIII
BOB WEST INTERFERES
CHAPTER XIV
THE DANGER SIGNAL
CHAPTER XV
A CLEVER IDEA
CHAPTER XVI
LOCAL CONTRIBUTION
"'SKY HIGH
CHAPTER XVII
THE PENALTIES OF JOURNALISM
CHAPTER XVIII
OPEN WARFARE
CHAPTER XIX
A MERE MATTER OF REVENGE
CHAPTER XX
DEFENDING THE PRESS
CHAPTER XXI
THE COMING OF FOGERTY
CHAPTER XXII
UNMASKED
CHAPTER XXIII
THE JOURNALISTS ABDICATE
CHAPTER XXIV
A CHEERFUL BLUNDER
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START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK PURGATORY
THE DIVINE COMEDY: PURGATORY
BY DANTE ALIGHIERI
PURGATORY
CANTO I
CANTO II
CANTO III
CANTO IV
CANTO V
CANTO VI
CANTO VII
CANTO VIII
CANTO IX
CANTO X
CANTO XI
CANTO XII
CANTO XIII
CANTO XIV
CANTO XV
CANTO XVI
CANTO XVII
CANTO XVIII
CANTO XIX
CANTO XX
CANTO XXI
CANTO XXII
CANTO XXIII
CANTO XXIV
CANTO XXV
CANTO XXVI
CANTO XXVII
CANTO XXVIII
CANTO XXIX
CANTO XXX
CANTO XXXI
CANTO XXXII
CANTO XXXIII
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  1. The living population of all parts of the earth's surface which have yet been examined has undergone a succession of changes which, upon the whole, have been of a slow and gradual character.
  2. When the fossil remains which are the evidences of these successive changes, as they have occurred in any two more or less distant parts of the surface of the earth, are compared, they exhibit a certain broad and general parallelism. In other words, certain forms of life in one locality occur in the same general order of succession as, or are homotaxial with, similar forms in the other locality.
  3. Homotaxis is not to be held identical with synchronism without independent evidence. It is possible that similar, or even identical, faunae and florae in two different localities may be of extremely different ages, if the term "age" is used in its proper chronological sense. I stated that "geographical provinces, or zones, may have been as distinctly marked in the Palaeozoic epoch as at present; and those seemingly sudden appearances of new genera and species which we ascribe to new creation, may be simple results of migration."
  4. The discussions touching the Eozoon, which commenced in 1864, have abundantly justified the fourth proposition. In 1862, the oldest record of life was in the Cambrian rocks; but if the Eozoon be, as Principal Dawson and Dr. Carpenter have shown so much reason for believing, the remains of a living being, the discovery of its true nature carried life back to a period which, as Sir William Logan has observed, is as remote from that during which the Cambrian rocks were deposited, as the Cambrian epoch itself is from the tertiaries. In other words, the ascertained duration of life upon the globe was nearly doubled at a stroke.
  5. The significance of persistent types, and of the small amount of change which has taken place even in those forms which can be shown to have been modified, becomes greater and greater in my eyes, the longer I occupy myself with the biology of the past.
  6. Thus far I have endeavoured to expand and to enforce by fresh arguments, but not to modify in any important respect, the ideas submitted to you on a former occasion. But when I come to the propositions touching progressive modification, it appears to me, with the help of the new light which has broken from various quarters, that there is much ground for softening the somewhat Brutus-like severity with which, in 1862, I dealt with a doctrine, for the truth of which I should have been glad enough to be able to find a good foundation. So far, indeed, as the Invertebrata and the lower Vertebrata are concerned, the facts and the conclusions which are to be drawn from them appear to me to remain what they were. For anything that, as yet, appears to the contrary, the earliest known Marsupials may have been as highly organised as their living congeners; the Permian lizards show no signs of inferiority to those of the present day; the Labyrinthodonts cannot be placed below the living Salamander and Triton; the Devonian Ganoids are closely related to Polypterus and to Lepidosiren.

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  1. The living population of all parts of the earth's surface which have yet been examined has undergone a succession of changes which, upon the whole, have been of a slow and gradual character.
  2. When the fossil remains which are the evidences of these successive changes, as they have occurred in any two more or less distant parts of the surface of the earth, are compared, they exhibit a certain broad and general parallelism. In other words, certain forms of life in one locality occur in the same general order of succession as, or are homotaxial with, similar forms in the other locality.
  3. Homotaxis is not to be held identical with synchronism without independent evidence. It is possible that similar, or even identical, faunae and florae in two different localities may be of extremely different ages, if the term "age" is used in its proper chronological sense. I stated that "geographical provinces, or zones, may have been as distinctly marked in the Palaeozoic epoch as at present; and those seemingly sudden appearances of new genera and species which we ascribe to new creation, may be simple results of migration."
  4. The discussions touching the Eozoon, which commenced in 1864, have abundantly justified the fourth proposition. In 1862, the oldest record of life was in the Cambrian rocks; but if the Eozoon be, as Principal Dawson and Dr. Carpenter have shown so much reason for believing, the remains of a living being, the discovery of its true nature carried life back to a period which, as Sir William Logan has observed, is as remote from that during which the Cambrian rocks were deposited, as the Cambrian epoch itself is from the tertiaries. In other words, the ascertained duration of life upon the globe was nearly doubled at a stroke.
  5. The significance of persistent types, and of the small amount of change which has taken place even in those forms which can be shown to have been modified, becomes greater and greater in my eyes, the longer I occupy myself with the biology of the past.
  6. Thus far I have endeavoured to expand and to enforce by fresh arguments, but not to modify in any important respect, the ideas submitted to you on a former occasion. But when I come to the propositions touching progressive modification, it appears to me, with the help of the new light which has broken from various quarters, that there is much ground for softening the somewhat Brutus-like severity with which, in 1862, I dealt with a doctrine, for the truth of which I should have been glad enough to be able to find a good foundation. So far, indeed, as the Invertebrata and the lower Vertebrata are concerned, the facts and the conclusions which are to be drawn from them appear to me to remain what they were. For anything that, as yet, appears to the contrary, the earliest known Marsupials may have been as highly organised as their living congeners; the Permian lizards show no signs of inferiority to those of the present day; the Labyrinthodonts cannot be placed below the living Salamander and Triton; the Devonian Ganoids are closely related to Polypterus and to Lepidosiren.

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START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE IRON GAME
A TALE OF THE WAR
BY
HENRY F. KEENAN
TO
WHOSE LIFE AND CONDUCT EMBODY AND ILLUSTRATE
THE MANLINESS, MODESTY, AND WORTH
THAT FANCY DELIGHTS TO EMBALM IN FICTION
THIS BOOK IS INSCRIBED
BY ONE AMONG THE MANY WITNESSES OF HIS NOBLE CAREER
HENRY F. KEENAN
CONTENTS
BOOK I.
THE CARIBEES.
CHAPTER
I.--THE BOY IN BLUE
BOOK II.
THE HOSTAGES.
XII.--THE AFTERMATH
BOOK III.
THE DESERTERS.
XXIV.--BETWEEN THE LINES
BOOK I.
THE CARIBEES.
CHAPTER I.
THE BOY IN BLUE.
CHAPTER II.
FLAG AND FAITH.
CHAPTER III.
MALBROOK S'EN VA-T-EN GUERRE.
CHAPTER IV.
GUELPH AND GHIBELLINE.
CHAPTER V.
A NAPOLEONIC EPIGRAM.
CHAPTER VI.
ON THE POTOMAC.
CHAPTER VII.
THE STEP THAT COSTS.
CHAPTER VIII.
AN ARMY WITH BANNERS.
"JACK."
CHAPTER IX.
"THE ASSYRIAN CAME DOWN LIKE THE WOLF ON THE FOLD."
CHAPTER X.
BLOOD AND IRON.
CHAPTER XI.
THE LEGIONS OF VARUS.
BOOK II.
THE HOSTAGES.
CHAPTER XII.
THE AFTERMATH.
CHAPTER XIII.
A COMEDY OF TERRORS.
CHAPTER XIV.
UNDER TWO FLAGS.
CHAPTER XV.
ROSEDALE.
CHAPTER XVI.
A MASQUE IN ARCADY.
CHAPTER XVII.
TREASON AND STRATAGEMS.
CHAPTER XVIII.
A CAMPAIGN OF PLOTS.
CHAPTER XIX.
"HE EITHER FEARS HIS FATE TOO MUCH."
CHAPTER XX.
A CATASTROPHE.
CHAPTER XXI.
THE STORY OF THE NIGHT.
CHAPTER XXII.
A CARPET-KNIGHT.
CHAPTER XXIII.
ALL'S FAIR IN LOVE AND WAR.
BOOK III
THE DESERTERS.
CHAPTER XXIV.
BETWEEN THE LINES.
"RICHARD"
CHAPTER XXV
PHANTASMAGORIA.
CHAPTER XXVI.
IN THE UNION LINES.
CHAPTER XXVII.
"THE ABSENT ARE ALWAYS IN THE WRONG."
CHAPTER XXVIII.
THE WORLD WENT VERY ILL THEN.
CHAPTER XXIX.
A WOMAN'S REASON.
CHAPTER XXX.
A GAME OF CHANCE.
"KATE."
CHAPTER XXXI.
TWO BLADES OF THE SAME STEEL.
"KATHERINE BOONE."
"JONES."
CHAPTER XXXII.
THE LOST CARIBEES.
CHAPTER XXXIII.
FATHER ABRAHAM'S JOKE.
"OLYMPIA."
THE END.
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START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE IRON GAME
A TALE OF THE WAR
BY
HENRY F. KEENAN
TO
WHOSE LIFE AND CONDUCT EMBODY AND ILLUSTRATE
THE MANLINESS, MODESTY, AND WORTH
THAT FANCY DELIGHTS TO EMBALM IN FICTION
THIS BOOK IS INSCRIBED
BY ONE AMONG THE MANY WITNESSES OF HIS NOBLE CAREER
HENRY F. KEENAN
CONTENTS
BOOK I.
THE CARIBEES.
CHAPTER
I.--THE BOY IN BLUE
BOOK II.
THE HOSTAGES.
XII.--THE AFTERMATH
BOOK III.
THE DESERTERS.
XXIV.--BETWEEN THE LINES
BOOK I.
THE CARIBEES.
CHAPTER I.
THE BOY IN BLUE.
CHAPTER II.
FLAG AND FAITH.
CHAPTER III.
MALBROOK S'EN VA-T-EN GUERRE.
CHAPTER IV.
GUELPH AND GHIBELLINE.
CHAPTER V.
A NAPOLEONIC EPIGRAM.
CHAPTER VI.
ON THE POTOMAC.
CHAPTER VII.
THE STEP THAT COSTS.
CHAPTER VIII.
AN ARMY WITH BANNERS.
"JACK."
CHAPTER IX.
"THE ASSYRIAN CAME DOWN LIKE THE WOLF ON THE FOLD."
CHAPTER X.
BLOOD AND IRON.
CHAPTER XI.
THE LEGIONS OF VARUS.
BOOK II.
THE HOSTAGES.
CHAPTER XII.
THE AFTERMATH.
CHAPTER XIII.
A COMEDY OF TERRORS.
CHAPTER XIV.
UNDER TWO FLAGS.
CHAPTER XV.
ROSEDALE.
CHAPTER XVI.
A MASQUE IN ARCADY.
CHAPTER XVII.
TREASON AND STRATAGEMS.
CHAPTER XVIII.
A CAMPAIGN OF PLOTS.
CHAPTER XIX.
"HE EITHER FEARS HIS FATE TOO MUCH."
CHAPTER XX.
A CATASTROPHE.
CHAPTER XXI.
THE STORY OF THE NIGHT.
CHAPTER XXII.
A CARPET-KNIGHT.
CHAPTER XXIII.
ALL'S FAIR IN LOVE AND WAR.
BOOK III
THE DESERTERS.
CHAPTER XXIV.
BETWEEN THE LINES.
"RICHARD"
CHAPTER XXV
PHANTASMAGORIA.
CHAPTER XXVI.
IN THE UNION LINES.
CHAPTER XXVII.
"THE ABSENT ARE ALWAYS IN THE WRONG."
CHAPTER XXVIII.
THE WORLD WENT VERY ILL THEN.
CHAPTER XXIX.
A WOMAN'S REASON.
CHAPTER XXX.
A GAME OF CHANCE.
"KATE."
CHAPTER XXXI.
TWO BLADES OF THE SAME STEEL.
"KATHERINE BOONE."
"JONES."
CHAPTER XXXII.
THE LOST CARIBEES.
CHAPTER XXXIII.
FATHER ABRAHAM'S JOKE.
"OLYMPIA."
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START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK HAPPINESS AND MARRIAGE
HAPPINESS AND MARRIAGE
BY
ELIZABETH TOWNE
CHAPTER I.
TO BE HAPPY THOUGH MARRIED.
CHAPTER II.
A TALE OF WOE.
CHAPTER III.
TO BE LOVED.
CHAPTER IV.
THE PHARISEE UP-TO-DATE.
ONLY BY CHANGING THE QUALITY OF YOUR MAGNETISM CAN YOU CHANGE YOUR
CHAPTER V.
SO NEAR AND YET SO FAR.
AS WE GEOW IN UNDERSTANDING OF ANOTHER WE GROW IN LOVE AND REALIZATION
CHAPTER VI.
MARRIAGE CONTRACTS.
CHAPTER VII.
SOME HINTS AND A KICK.
CHAPTER VIII.
THE HEART OF WOMAN.
CHAPTER IX.
THE LAW OF INDIVIDUALITY.
CHAPTER X.
HARMONY AT HOME.
CHAPTER XI.
A MYSTERY.
CHAPTER XII.
THE FAMILY JAR.
CHAPTER XIII.
THE TRUTH ABOUT DIVORCE.
CHAPTER XIV.
THE OLD, OLD STORY.
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START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK BELTANE THE SMITH
BELTANE THE SMITH
BY
JEFFERY FARNOL
AUTHOR OF "THE BROAD HIGHWAY," "THE AMATEUR GENTLEMAN," ETC.
WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY ARTHUR E. BECHER
TO
FREDERICK HUGHSON HAWLEY
TO WHOM BELTANE IS NO STRANGER I DEDICATE THIS ROMANCE
CONTENTS
I HOW BELTANE LIVED WITHIN THE GREENWOOD
II HOW BELTANE HAD WORD WITH THE DUKE, BLACK IVO
III HOW LOVE CAME TO BELTANE IN THE GREENWOOD
IV OF THE LOVE AND THE GRIEF OF HELEN THE PROUD
V WHICH TELLS OF THE STORY OF AMBROSE THE HERMIT
VI HOW BELTANE FARED FORTH OF THE GREEN
VII HOW BELTANE TALKED WITH ONE HIGHT GILES BRABBLECOMBE, WHO WAS
VIII HOW BELTANE HELD DISCOURSE WITH A BLACK FRIAR
IX WHEREIN IS SOME ACCOUNT OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF FOLLY AND THE
X HOW BELTANE MADE COMRADE ONE BLACK ROGER THAT WAS A HANGMAN
XI WHICH TELLS HOW THREE MIGHTY MEN SWARE FEALTY TO BELTANE: AND
XII WHICH TELLS HOW DUKE IVO'S GREAT GALLOWS CEASED TO BE
XIII HOW THEY BRAKE OPE THE DUNGEON OF BELSAYE
XIV HOW BELTANE CAME NIGH TO DEATH
XV HOW BELTANE HAD WORD WITH PERTOLEPE THE RED, AND HOW THEY
XVI OF THE RUEFUL KNIGHT OF THE BURNING HEART
XVII OF THE AMBUSHMENT NEAR THORNABY MILL
XVIII HOW BELTANE MET SIR GILLES OF BRANDONMERE
XIX CONCERNING THE EYES OF A NUN
XX HOW BELTANE PLIGHTED HIS TROTH IN THE GREEN
XXI OF THE TALE OF GODRIC THE HUNTSMAN
XXII CONCERNING THE WILES OF WINFRIDA THE FAIR
XXIII OF THE HUMILITY OF HELEN THE PROUD
XXIV OF WHAT BEFELL AT BLAEN
XXV HOW BELTANE BECAME CAPTIVE TO SIR PERTOLEPE
XXVI OF THE HORRORS OF GARTHLAXTON KEEP, AND HOW A DEVIL ENTERED
XXVII HOW BELTANE TOOK TO THE WILD-WOOD
XXVIII OF THE PLACE OF REFUGE WITHIN THE GREEN
XXIX HOW BELTANE SLEW TOSTIG AND SPAKE WITH THE WILD MEN
XXX HOW THEY SMOTE GARTHLAXTON
XXXI HOW GILES MADE A MERRY SONG
XXXII HOW BELTANE MET WITH A YOUTHFUL KNIGHT
XXXIII HOW BELTANE HAD NEWS OF ONE THAT WAS A NOTABLE PARDONER
XXXIV HOW THEY CAME TO BELSAYE
XXXV HOW GUI OF ALLERDALE CEASED FROM EVIL
XXXVI HOW THE FOLK OF BELSAYE TOWN MADE THEM AN END OF TYRANNY
XXXVII HOW THEY LEFT BELSAYE
XXXVIII OF BELTANE'S BLACK AND EVIL MOOD, AND HOW HE FELL IN WITH THE
XXXIX HOW BELTANE FOUGHT FOR ONE MELLENT THAT WAS A WITCH
XL FURTHER CONCERNING THE MAID MELLENT; AND OF THE HUE AND CRY
XLI HOW THEY RODE INTO THE WILDERNESS
XLII HOW BELTANE DREAMED IN THE WILD-WOOD
XLIII HOW BELTANE KNEW GREAT HUMILITY
XLIV HOW A MADNESS CAME UPON BELTANE IN THE WILD-WOOD
XLV HOW BLACK ROGER TAUGHT BELTANE GREAT WISDOM
XLVI HOW BLACK ROGER PRAYED IN THE DAWN: AND HOW HIS PRAYERS WERE
XLVII HOW BELTANE SWARE AN OATH
XLVIII HOW BELTANE SET OUT FOR HANGSTONE WASTE
XLIX HOW BELTANE FOUND PEACE AND A GREAT SORROW
L TELLETH HOW BELTANE WENT FORTH TO HIS DUTY
LI HOW BLACK ROGER WON TO FULLER MANHOOD
LII HOW THEY HAD NEWS OF WALKYN
LIII OF JOLETTE, THAT WAS A WITCH
LIV HOW BELTANE FOUGHT WITH A DOUGHTY STRANGER
LV HOW THEY MARCHED FOR WINISFARNE
LVI WHAT THEY FOUND AT WINISFARNE
LVII TELLETH OF THE ONFALL AT BRAND
LVIII HOW BELTANE HAD SPEECH WITH THE ABBESS
LIX TELLETH HOW SIR BENEDICT WENT A-FISHING
LX TELLETH HOW THEY MARCHED FROM THE VALLEY OF BRAND
LXI HOW THE FOREST FOUGHT FOR THEM
LXII HOW THEY CAME TO BELSAYE FOR THE THIRD TIME
LXIII TELLETH SOMEWHAT OF THE WOES OF GILES O' THE BOW
LXIV HOW GILES CURSED BELSAYE OUR OF HER FEAR
LXV TELLETH OF ROSES
LXVI CONCERNING A BLUE CAMLET CLOAK
LXVII TELLETH WHAT BEFELL IN THE REEVE'S GARDEN
LXVIII FRIAR MARTIN'S DYING PROPHECY
LXIX HOW AT LAST THEY CAME TO PENTAVALON CITY
LXX WHICH SPEAKETH FOR ITSELF
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
BELTANE THE SMITH
CHAPTER I
HOW BELTANE LIVED WITHIN THE GREENWOOD
RESURGAM.
RESURGAM.
CHAPTER II
HOW BELTANE HAD WORD WITH THE DUKE, BLACK IVO
CHAPTER III
HOW LOVE CAME TO BELTANE IN THE GREENWOOD
CHAPTER IV
OF THE LOVE AND THE GRIEF OF HELEN THE PROUD
CHAPTER V
WHICH TELLS OF THE STORY OF AMBROSE THE HERMIT
CHAPTER VI
HOW BELTANE FARED FORTH OF THE GREEN
CHAPTER VII
HOW BELTANE TALKED WITH ONE HIGHT GILES BRABBLECOMBE, WHO WAS A
HE KILLED A DEER
CHAPTER VIII
HOW BELTANE HELD DISCOURSE WITH A BLACK FRIAR
CHAPTER IX
WHEREIN IS SOME ACCOUNT OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF FOLLY AND THE WISDOM OF A
CHAPTER X
HOW BELTANE MADE COMRADE ONE BLACK ROGER THAT WAS A HANGMAN
CHAPTER XI
WHICH TELLS HOW THREE MIGHTY MEN SWARE FEALTY TO BELTANE: AND HOW GOOD
CHAPTER XII
WHICH TELLS HOW DUKE IVO'S GREAT GALLOWS CEASED TO BE
CHAPTER XIII
HOW THEY BRAKE OPE THE DUNGEON OF BELSAYE
CHAPTER XIV
HOW BELTANE CAME NIGH TO DEATH
CHAPTER XV
HOW BELTANE HAD WORD WITH PERTOLEPE THE RED, AND HOW THEY LEFT HIM IN
CHAPTER XVI
OF THE RUEFUL KNIGHT OF THE BURNING HEART
CHAPTER XVII
OF THE AMBUSHMENT NEAR THORNABY MILL
CHAPTER XVIII
HOW BELTANE MET SIR GILLES OF BRANDONMERE
CHAPTER XIX
CONCERNING THE EYES OF A NUN
CHAPTER XX
HOW BELTANE PLIGHTED HIS TROTH IN THE GREEN
CHAPTER XXI
OF THE TALE OF GODRIC THE HUNTSMAN
CHAPTER XXII
CONCERNING THE WILES OF WINFRIDA THE FAIR
CHAPTER XXIII
OF THE HUMILITY OF HELEN THE PROUD
CHAPTER XXIV
OF WHAT BEFELL AT BLAEN
CHAPTER XXV
HOW BELTANE BECAME CAPTIVE TO SIR PERTOLEPE
CHAPTER XXVI
OF THE HORRORS OF GARTHLAXTON KEEP, AND HOW A DEVIL ENTERED INTO
CHAPTER XXVII
HOW BELTANE TOOK TO THE WILD-WOOD
CHAPTER XXVIII
OF THE PLACE OF REFUGE WITHIN THE GREEN
CHAPTER XXIX
HOW BELTANE SLEW TOSTIG AND SPAKE WITH THE WILD MEN
CHAPTER XXX
HOW THEY SMOTE GARTHLAXTON
CHAPTER XXXI
HOW GILES MADE A MERRY SONG
CHAPTER XXXII
HOW BELTANE MET WITH A YOUTHFUL KNIGHT
CHAPTER XXXIII
HOW BELTANE HAD NEWS OF ONE THAT WAS A NOTABLE PARDONER
CHAPTER XXXIV
HOW THEY CAME TO BELSAYE
CHAPTER XXXV
HOW GUI OF ALLERDALE CEASED FROM EVIL
CHAPTER XXXVI
HOW THE FOLK OF BELSAYE TOWN MADE THEM AN END OF TYRANNY
CHAPTER XXXVII
HOW THEY LEFT BELSAYE
CHAPTER XXXVIII
OF BELTANE'S BLACK AND EVIL MOOD, AND HOW HE FELL IN WITH THE WITCH OF
CHAPTER XXXIX
HOW BELTANE FOUGHT FOR ONE MELLENT THAT WAS A WITCH.
CHAPTER XL
FURTHER CONCERNING THE MAID MELLENT; AND OF THE HUE AND CRY
CHAPTER XLI
HOW THEY RODE INTO THE WILDERNESS
CHAPTER XLII
HOW BELTANE DREAMED IN THE WILD-WOOD
CHAPTER XLIII
HOW BELTANE KNEW GREAT HUMILITY
CHAPTER XLIV
HOW A MADNESS CAME UPON BELTANE IN THE WILD-WOOD
CHAPTER XLV
HOW BLACK ROGER TAUGHT BELTANE GREAT WISDOM
CHAPTER XLVI
HOW BLACK ROGER PRAYED IN THE DAWN: AND HOW HIS PRAYERS WERE ANSWERED
CHAPTER XLVII
HOW BELTANE SWARE AN OATH
CHAPTER XLVIII
HOW BELTANE SET OUT FOR HANGSTONE WASTE
CHAPTER XLIX
HOW BELTANE FOUND PEACE AND A GREAT SORROW
CHAPTER L
TELLETH HOW BELTANE WENT FORTH TO HIS DUTY
CHAPTER LI
HOW BLACK ROGER WON TO FULLER MANHOOD
CHAPTER LII
HOW THEY HAD NEWS OF WALKYN
CHAPTER LIII
OF JOLETTE, THAT WAS A WITCH
CHAPTER LIV
HOW BELTANE FOUGHT WITH A DOUGHTY STRANGER
CHAPTER LV
HOW THEY MARCHED FOR WINISFARNE
CHAPTER LVI
WHAT THEY FOUND AT WINISFARNE
CHAPTER LVII
TELLETH OF THE ONFALL AT BRAND
CHAPTER LVIII
HOW BELTANE HAD SPEECH WITH THE ABBESS
CHAPTER LIX
TELLETH HOW SIR BENEDICT WENT A-FISHING
CHAPTER LX
TELLETH HOW THEY MARCHED FROM THE VALLEY OF BRAND
CHAPTER LXI
HOW THE FOREST FOUGHT FOR THEM
CHAPTER LXII
HOW THEY CAME TO BELSAYE FOR THE THIRD TIME
CHAPTER LXIII
TELLETH SOMEWHAT OF THE WOES OF GILES O' THE BOW
RESURGAM
CHAPTER LXIV
HOW GILES CURSED BELSAYE OUT OF HER FEAR
CHAPTER LXV
TELLETH OF ROSES
CHAPTER LXVI
CONCERNING A BLUE CAMLET CLOAK
CHAPTER LXVII
TELLETH WHAT BEFELL IN THE REEVE'S GARDEN
CHAPTER LXVIII
FRIAR MARTIN'S DYING PROPHECY
CHAPTER LXIX
HOW AT LAST THEY CAME TO PENTAVALON CITY
CHAPTER LXX
WHICH SPEAKETH FOR ITSELF
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BY
JEFFERY FARNOL
AUTHOR OF "THE BROAD HIGHWAY," "THE AMATEUR GENTLEMAN," ETC.
WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY ARTHUR E. BECHER
TO
FREDERICK HUGHSON HAWLEY
TO WHOM BELTANE IS NO STRANGER I DEDICATE THIS ROMANCE
CONTENTS
I HOW BELTANE LIVED WITHIN THE GREENWOOD
II HOW BELTANE HAD WORD WITH THE DUKE, BLACK IVO
III HOW LOVE CAME TO BELTANE IN THE GREENWOOD
IV OF THE LOVE AND THE GRIEF OF HELEN THE PROUD
V WHICH TELLS OF THE STORY OF AMBROSE THE HERMIT
VI HOW BELTANE FARED FORTH OF THE GREEN
VII HOW BELTANE TALKED WITH ONE HIGHT GILES BRABBLECOMBE, WHO WAS
VIII HOW BELTANE HELD DISCOURSE WITH A BLACK FRIAR
IX WHEREIN IS SOME ACCOUNT OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF FOLLY AND THE
X HOW BELTANE MADE COMRADE ONE BLACK ROGER THAT WAS A HANGMAN
XI WHICH TELLS HOW THREE MIGHTY MEN SWARE FEALTY TO BELTANE: AND
XII WHICH TELLS HOW DUKE IVO'S GREAT GALLOWS CEASED TO BE
XIII HOW THEY BRAKE OPE THE DUNGEON OF BELSAYE
XIV HOW BELTANE CAME NIGH TO DEATH
XV HOW BELTANE HAD WORD WITH PERTOLEPE THE RED, AND HOW THEY
XVI OF THE RUEFUL KNIGHT OF THE BURNING HEART
XVII OF THE AMBUSHMENT NEAR THORNABY MILL
XVIII HOW BELTANE MET SIR GILLES OF BRANDONMERE
XIX CONCERNING THE EYES OF A NUN
XX HOW BELTANE PLIGHTED HIS TROTH IN THE GREEN
XXI OF THE TALE OF GODRIC THE HUNTSMAN
XXII CONCERNING THE WILES OF WINFRIDA THE FAIR
XXIII OF THE HUMILITY OF HELEN THE PROUD
XXIV OF WHAT BEFELL AT BLAEN
XXV HOW BELTANE BECAME CAPTIVE TO SIR PERTOLEPE
XXVI OF THE HORRORS OF GARTHLAXTON KEEP, AND HOW A DEVIL ENTERED
XXVII HOW BELTANE TOOK TO THE WILD-WOOD
XXVIII OF THE PLACE OF REFUGE WITHIN THE GREEN
XXIX HOW BELTANE SLEW TOSTIG AND SPAKE WITH THE WILD MEN
XXX HOW THEY SMOTE GARTHLAXTON
XXXI HOW GILES MADE A MERRY SONG
XXXII HOW BELTANE MET WITH A YOUTHFUL KNIGHT
XXXIII HOW BELTANE HAD NEWS OF ONE THAT WAS A NOTABLE PARDONER
XXXIV HOW THEY CAME TO BELSAYE
XXXV HOW GUI OF ALLERDALE CEASED FROM EVIL
XXXVI HOW THE FOLK OF BELSAYE TOWN MADE THEM AN END OF TYRANNY
XXXVII HOW THEY LEFT BELSAYE
XXXVIII OF BELTANE'S BLACK AND EVIL MOOD, AND HOW HE FELL IN WITH THE
XXXIX HOW BELTANE FOUGHT FOR ONE MELLENT THAT WAS A WITCH
XL FURTHER CONCERNING THE MAID MELLENT; AND OF THE HUE AND CRY
XLI HOW THEY RODE INTO THE WILDERNESS
XLII HOW BELTANE DREAMED IN THE WILD-WOOD
XLIII HOW BELTANE KNEW GREAT HUMILITY
XLIV HOW A MADNESS CAME UPON BELTANE IN THE WILD-WOOD
XLV HOW BLACK ROGER TAUGHT BELTANE GREAT WISDOM
XLVI HOW BLACK ROGER PRAYED IN THE DAWN: AND HOW HIS PRAYERS WERE
XLVII HOW BELTANE SWARE AN OATH
XLVIII HOW BELTANE SET OUT FOR HANGSTONE WASTE
XLIX HOW BELTANE FOUND PEACE AND A GREAT SORROW
L TELLETH HOW BELTANE WENT FORTH TO HIS DUTY
LI HOW BLACK ROGER WON TO FULLER MANHOOD
LII HOW THEY HAD NEWS OF WALKYN
LIII OF JOLETTE, THAT WAS A WITCH
LIV HOW BELTANE FOUGHT WITH A DOUGHTY STRANGER
LV HOW THEY MARCHED FOR WINISFARNE
LVI WHAT THEY FOUND AT WINISFARNE
LVII TELLETH OF THE ONFALL AT BRAND
LVIII HOW BELTANE HAD SPEECH WITH THE ABBESS
LIX TELLETH HOW SIR BENEDICT WENT A-FISHING
LX TELLETH HOW THEY MARCHED FROM THE VALLEY OF BRAND
LXI HOW THE FOREST FOUGHT FOR THEM
LXII HOW THEY CAME TO BELSAYE FOR THE THIRD TIME
LXIII TELLETH SOMEWHAT OF THE WOES OF GILES O' THE BOW
LXIV HOW GILES CURSED BELSAYE OUR OF HER FEAR
LXV TELLETH OF ROSES
LXVI CONCERNING A BLUE CAMLET CLOAK
LXVII TELLETH WHAT BEFELL IN THE REEVE'S GARDEN
LXVIII FRIAR MARTIN'S DYING PROPHECY
LXIX HOW AT LAST THEY CAME TO PENTAVALON CITY
LXX WHICH SPEAKETH FOR ITSELF
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
BELTANE THE SMITH
CHAPTER I
HOW BELTANE LIVED WITHIN THE GREENWOOD
RESURGAM.
RESURGAM.
CHAPTER II
HOW BELTANE HAD WORD WITH THE DUKE, BLACK IVO
CHAPTER III
HOW LOVE CAME TO BELTANE IN THE GREENWOOD
CHAPTER IV
OF THE LOVE AND THE GRIEF OF HELEN THE PROUD
CHAPTER V
WHICH TELLS OF THE STORY OF AMBROSE THE HERMIT
CHAPTER VI
HOW BELTANE FARED FORTH OF THE GREEN
CHAPTER VII
HOW BELTANE TALKED WITH ONE HIGHT GILES BRABBLECOMBE, WHO WAS A
HE KILLED A DEER
CHAPTER VIII
HOW BELTANE HELD DISCOURSE WITH A BLACK FRIAR
CHAPTER IX
WHEREIN IS SOME ACCOUNT OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF FOLLY AND THE WISDOM OF A
CHAPTER X
HOW BELTANE MADE COMRADE ONE BLACK ROGER THAT WAS A HANGMAN
CHAPTER XI
WHICH TELLS HOW THREE MIGHTY MEN SWARE FEALTY TO BELTANE: AND HOW GOOD
CHAPTER XII
WHICH TELLS HOW DUKE IVO'S GREAT GALLOWS CEASED TO BE
CHAPTER XIII
HOW THEY BRAKE OPE THE DUNGEON OF BELSAYE
CHAPTER XIV
HOW BELTANE CAME NIGH TO DEATH
CHAPTER XV
HOW BELTANE HAD WORD WITH PERTOLEPE THE RED, AND HOW THEY LEFT HIM IN
CHAPTER XVI
OF THE RUEFUL KNIGHT OF THE BURNING HEART
CHAPTER XVII
OF THE AMBUSHMENT NEAR THORNABY MILL
CHAPTER XVIII
HOW BELTANE MET SIR GILLES OF BRANDONMERE
CHAPTER XIX
CONCERNING THE EYES OF A NUN
CHAPTER XX
HOW BELTANE PLIGHTED HIS TROTH IN THE GREEN
CHAPTER XXI
OF THE TALE OF GODRIC THE HUNTSMAN
CHAPTER XXII
CONCERNING THE WILES OF WINFRIDA THE FAIR
CHAPTER XXIII
OF THE HUMILITY OF HELEN THE PROUD
CHAPTER XXIV
OF WHAT BEFELL AT BLAEN
CHAPTER XXV
HOW BELTANE BECAME CAPTIVE TO SIR PERTOLEPE
CHAPTER XXVI
OF THE HORRORS OF GARTHLAXTON KEEP, AND HOW A DEVIL ENTERED INTO
CHAPTER XXVII
HOW BELTANE TOOK TO THE WILD-WOOD
CHAPTER XXVIII
OF THE PLACE OF REFUGE WITHIN THE GREEN
CHAPTER XXIX
HOW BELTANE SLEW TOSTIG AND SPAKE WITH THE WILD MEN
CHAPTER XXX
HOW THEY SMOTE GARTHLAXTON
CHAPTER XXXI
HOW GILES MADE A MERRY SONG
CHAPTER XXXII
HOW BELTANE MET WITH A YOUTHFUL KNIGHT
CHAPTER XXXIII
HOW BELTANE HAD NEWS OF ONE THAT WAS A NOTABLE PARDONER
CHAPTER XXXIV
HOW THEY CAME TO BELSAYE
CHAPTER XXXV
HOW GUI OF ALLERDALE CEASED FROM EVIL
CHAPTER XXXVI
HOW THE FOLK OF BELSAYE TOWN MADE THEM AN END OF TYRANNY
CHAPTER XXXVII
HOW THEY LEFT BELSAYE
CHAPTER XXXVIII
OF BELTANE'S BLACK AND EVIL MOOD, AND HOW HE FELL IN WITH THE WITCH OF
CHAPTER XXXIX
HOW BELTANE FOUGHT FOR ONE MELLENT THAT WAS A WITCH.
CHAPTER XL
FURTHER CONCERNING THE MAID MELLENT; AND OF THE HUE AND CRY
CHAPTER XLI
HOW THEY RODE INTO THE WILDERNESS
CHAPTER XLII
HOW BELTANE DREAMED IN THE WILD-WOOD
CHAPTER XLIII
HOW BELTANE KNEW GREAT HUMILITY
CHAPTER XLIV
HOW A MADNESS CAME UPON BELTANE IN THE WILD-WOOD
CHAPTER XLV
HOW BLACK ROGER TAUGHT BELTANE GREAT WISDOM
CHAPTER XLVI
HOW BLACK ROGER PRAYED IN THE DAWN: AND HOW HIS PRAYERS WERE ANSWERED
CHAPTER XLVII
HOW BELTANE SWARE AN OATH
CHAPTER XLVIII
HOW BELTANE SET OUT FOR HANGSTONE WASTE
CHAPTER XLIX
HOW BELTANE FOUND PEACE AND A GREAT SORROW
CHAPTER L
TELLETH HOW BELTANE WENT FORTH TO HIS DUTY
CHAPTER LI
HOW BLACK ROGER WON TO FULLER MANHOOD
CHAPTER LII
HOW THEY HAD NEWS OF WALKYN
CHAPTER LIII
OF JOLETTE, THAT WAS A WITCH
CHAPTER LIV
HOW BELTANE FOUGHT WITH A DOUGHTY STRANGER
CHAPTER LV
HOW THEY MARCHED FOR WINISFARNE
CHAPTER LVI
WHAT THEY FOUND AT WINISFARNE
CHAPTER LVII
TELLETH OF THE ONFALL AT BRAND
CHAPTER LVIII
HOW BELTANE HAD SPEECH WITH THE ABBESS
CHAPTER LIX
TELLETH HOW SIR BENEDICT WENT A-FISHING
CHAPTER LX
TELLETH HOW THEY MARCHED FROM THE VALLEY OF BRAND
CHAPTER LXI
HOW THE FOREST FOUGHT FOR THEM
CHAPTER LXII
HOW THEY CAME TO BELSAYE FOR THE THIRD TIME
CHAPTER LXIII
TELLETH SOMEWHAT OF THE WOES OF GILES O' THE BOW
RESURGAM
CHAPTER LXIV
HOW GILES CURSED BELSAYE OUT OF HER FEAR
CHAPTER LXV
TELLETH OF ROSES
CHAPTER LXVI
CONCERNING A BLUE CAMLET CLOAK
CHAPTER LXVII
TELLETH WHAT BEFELL IN THE REEVE'S GARDEN
CHAPTER LXVIII
FRIAR MARTIN'S DYING PROPHECY
CHAPTER LXIX
HOW AT LAST THEY CAME TO PENTAVALON CITY
CHAPTER LXX
WHICH SPEAKETH FOR ITSELF
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CONTENTS
I A CONNOISSEUR'S VAGARY
ILLUSTRATIONS
CLUTCHING AT HIS THROAT, HE HALF-TURNED AND FELL
"I GRABBED HER AGAIN, AND JUST THEN MR. VANTINE OPENED THE DOOR AND
WITH HIS BACK TO THE DOOR, STOOD A MAN RIPPING SAVAGELY AWAY THE
CHAPTER I
A CONNOISSEUR'S VAGARY
CHAPTER II
THE FIRST TRAGEDY
CHAPTER III
THE WOUNDED HAND
CHAPTER IV
THE THUNDERBOLT
CHAPTER V
GRADY TAKES A HAND
CHAPTER VI
THE WOMAN IN THE CASE
CHAPTER VII
ROGERS GETS A SHOCK
CHAPTER VIII
PRECAUTIONS
CHAPTER IX
GUESSES AT THE RIDDLE
CHAPTER X
PREPARATIONS
MR. VANTINE'S MYSTERIOUS CALLER
CHAPTER XI
THE BURNING EYES
CHAPTER XII
GODFREY IS FRIGHTENED
CHAPTER XIII
A DISTINGUISHED CALLER
CHAPTER XIV
THE VEILED LADY
CHAPTER XV
THE SECRET OF THE UNKNOWN FRENCHMAN
CHAPTER XVI
PHILIP VANTINE'S CALLER
CHAPTER XVII
ENTER M. ARMAND
CHAPTER XVIII
I PART WITH THE BOULE CABINET
CHAPTER XIX
"LA MORT!"
CHAPTER XX
THE ESCAPE
CHAPTER XXI
GODFREY WEAVES A ROMANCE
CHAPTER XXII
"CROCHARD, L'INVINCIBLE!"
"JACQUES CROCHARD,
CHAPTER XXIII
WE MEET M. PIGOT
CHAPTER XXIV
THE SECRET OF THE CABINET
CHAPTER XXV
THE MICHAELOVITCH DIAMONDS
CHAPTER XXVI
THE FATE OF M. PIGOT
CHAPTER XXVII
THE LAST ACT OF THE DRAMA
CHAPTER XXVIII
CROCHARD WRITES AN EPILOGUE
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ILLUSTRATIONS
CLUTCHING AT HIS THROAT, HE HALF-TURNED AND FELL
"I GRABBED HER AGAIN, AND JUST THEN MR. VANTINE OPENED THE DOOR AND
"A MOMENT LATER M. FELIX ARMAND WAS SHOWN IN"
WITH HIS BACK TO THE DOOR, STOOD A MAN RIPPING SAVAGELY AWAY THE
CHAPTER I
A CONNOISSEUR'S VAGARY
CHAPTER II
THE FIRST TRAGEDY
M. THEOPHILE D'AURELLE
CHAPTER III
THE WOUNDED HAND
CHAPTER IV
THE THUNDERBOLT
CHAPTER V
GRADY TAKES A HAND
CHAPTER VI
THE WOMAN IN THE CASE
CHAPTER VII
ROGERS GETS A SHOCK
CHAPTER VIII
PRECAUTIONS
CHAPTER IX
GUESSES AT THE RIDDLE
CHAPTER X
PREPARATIONS
MR. VANTINE'S MYSTERIOUS CALLER
CHAPTER XI
THE BURNING EYES
CHAPTER XII
GODFREY IS FRIGHTENED
CHAPTER XIII
A DISTINGUISHED CALLER
CHAPTER XIV
THE VEILED LADY
CHAPTER XV
THE SECRET OF THE UNKNOWN FRENCHMAN
CHAPTER XVI
PHILIP VANTINE'S CALLER
CHAPTER XVII
ENTER M. ARMAND
CHAPTER XVIII
I PART WITH THE BOULE CABINET
CHAPTER XIX
"LA MORT!"
CHAPTER XX
THE ESCAPE
CHAPTER XXI
GODFREY WEAVES A ROMANCE
CHAPTER XXII
"CROCHARD, L'INVINCIBLE!"
"JACQUES CROCHARD,
CHAPTER XXIII
WE MEET M. PIGOT
CHAPTER XXIV
THE SECRET OF THE CABINET
CHAPTER XXV
THE MICHAELOVITCH DIAMONDS
CHAPTER XXVI
THE FATE OF M. PIGOT
CHAPTER XXVII
THE LAST ACT OF THE DRAMA
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THE BIRTH OF A WOMAN-CHILD
CHAPTER II
THE BIRTH OF AN AMBITION
CHAPTER III
A PEAK IN DARIEN
CHAPTER IV
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CHAPTER V
THE MOCCASIN FLOWER
CHAPTER VI
WEAVERS AND WEFT
CHAPTER VII
ABOVE THE VALLEY
CHAPTER VIII
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CHAPTER IX
A BIT OF METAL
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THE SANDALS OF JOY
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THE NEW BOARDER
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THE CONTENTS OF A BANDANNA
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A PATIENT FOR THE HOSPITAL
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WEDDING BELLS
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THE FEET OF THE CHILDREN
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BITTER WATERS
CHAPTER XVII
A VICTIM
CHAPTER XVIII
LIGHT
CHAPTER XIX
A PACT
CHAPTER XX
MISSING
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A PEAK IN DARIEN
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WEAVERS AND WEFT
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ABOVE THE VALLEY
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A BIT OF METAL
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THE SANDALS OF JOY
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THE NEW BOARDER
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THE CONTENTS OF A BANDANNA
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A PATIENT FOR THE HOSPITAL
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WEDDING BELLS
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THE FEET OF THE CHILDREN
CHAPTER XVI
BITTER WATERS
CHAPTER XVII
A VICTIM
CHAPTER XVIII
LIGHT
CHAPTER XIX
A PACT
CHAPTER XX
MISSING
CHAPTER XXI
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SIR,
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THE VISION
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HELL, PURGATORY, AND PARADISE
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DANTE ALIGHIERI
PARADISE
TRANSLATED BY
THE REV. H. F. CARY, M.A.
PARADISE
CANTO I
CANTO II
CANTO III
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EDWARD EGGLESTON
AUTHOR OF "TRUE STORIES OF AMERICAN LIFE AND ADVENTURE"
PREFACE.
CONTENTS.
STORIES OF GREAT AMERICANS.
MARQUETTE IN IOWA.
INDIAN PICTURES.
WILLIAM PENN AND THE INDIANS.
ONE LITTLE BAG OF RICE
THE STORY OF A WISE WOMAN.
FRANKLIN HIS OWN TEACHER.
HOW FRANKLIN FOUND OUT THINGS.
FRANKLIN AND THE KITE.
FRANKLIN'S WHISTLE.
TOO MUCH FOR THE WHISTLE
JOHN STARK AND THE INDIANS.
A GREAT GOOD MAN.
PUTNAM AND THE WOLF.
WASHINGTON AND HIS HATCHET
HOW BENNY WEST LEARNED TO BE A PAINTER.
WASHINGTON'S CHRISTMAS GIFT.
HOW WASHINGTON GOT OUT OF A TRAP.
WASHINGTON'S LAST BATTLE.
MARION'S TOWER.
CLARK AND HIS MEN.
DANIEL BOONE AND HIS GRAPEVINE SWING.
DANIEL BOONE'S DAUGHTER AND HER FRIENDS.
DECATUR AND THE PIRATES.
STORIES ABOUT JEFFERSON.
A LONG JOURNEY.
CAPTAIN CLARK'S BURNING GLASS.
QUICKSILVER BOB.
THE FIRST STEAMBOAT.
WASHINGTON IRVING AS A BOY.
DON'T GIVE UP THE SHIP.
GRANDFATHER'S RHYME.
THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER.
HOW AUDUBON CAME TO KNOW ABOUT BIRDS.
AUDUBON IN THE WILD WOODS.
HUNTING A PANTHER.
SOME BOYS WHO BECAME AUTHORS.
DANIEL WEBSTER AND HIS BROTHER.
WEBSTER AND THE POOR WOMAN.
THE INDIA-RUBBER MAN.
DOCTOR KANE IN THE FROZEN SEA.
A DINNER ON THE ICE.
DOCTOR KANE GETS OUT OF THE FROZEN SEA.
LONGFELLOW AS A BOY.
KIT CARSON AND THE BEARS.
HORACE GREELEY AS A BOY.
HORACE GREELEY LEARNING TO PRINT.
A WONDERFUL WOMAN.
THE AUTHOR OF "LITTLE WOMEN."
MY KINGDOM.
A SONG FROM THE SUDS.
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BY
S. M. EDWARDES, C.V.O.
PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION.
HEAD POLICE OFFICE,
S. M. E.
PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION.
HEAD POLICE OFFICE,
S. M. EDWARDES.
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ILLUSTRATIONS.
I.
THE SPIRIT OF CHANDRABAI.
A STUDY IN PROTECTIVE MAGIC.
II.
BOMBAY SCENES.
MORNING.
EVENING.
III.
SHADOWS OF NIGHT.
IV.
THE BIRTHPLACE OF SHIVAJI.
V.
THE STORY OF IMTIAZAN.
VI.
THE BOMBAY MOHURRUM.
STRAY SCENES.
VII.
THE POSSESSION OF AFIZA.
VIII.
A KASUMBA DEN.
IX.
THE GANESH CAVES.
X.
A BHANDARI MYSTERY.
XI.
SCENES IN BOMBAY.
A MUSULMAN HOLIDAY.
A BOMBAY MOSQUE.
XII.
CITIZENS OF BOMBAY.
THE MEMON AND RANGARI.
XIII.
THE SIDIS OF BOMBAY.
AN AFRICAN REEL.
XIV.
A KONKAN LEGEND.
XV.
NUR JAN.
XVI.
GOVERNOR AND KOLI.
A FISHERMAN'S LEGEND.
XVII.
THE TRIBE ERRANT.
XVIII.
THE PANDU-LENA CAVES.
A NASIK PILGRIMAGE.
XIX.
FATEH MUHAMMAD.
XX.
THE TILAK RIOTS.
A REMINISCENCE.
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PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION.
HEAD POLICE OFFICE,
S. M. E.
PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION.
HEAD POLICE OFFICE,
S. M. EDWARDES.
CONTENTS
ILLUSTRATIONS.
I.
THE SPIRIT OF CHANDRABAI.
A STUDY IN PROTECTIVE MAGIC.
II.
BOMBAY SCENES.
MORNING.
EVENING.
III.
SHADOWS OF NIGHT.
IV.
THE BIRTHPLACE OF SHIVAJI.
V.
THE STORY OF IMTIAZAN.
VI.
THE BOMBAY MOHURRUM.
STRAY SCENES.
VII.
THE POSSESSION OF AFIZA.
VIII.
A KASUMBA DEN.
IX.
THE GANESH CAVES.
X.
A BHANDARI MYSTERY.
XI.
SCENES IN BOMBAY.
A MUSULMAN HOLIDAY.
A BOMBAY MOSQUE.
XII.
CITIZENS OF BOMBAY.
THE MEMON AND RANGARI.
XIII.
THE SIDIS OF BOMBAY.
AN AFRICAN REEL.
XIV.
A KONKAN LEGEND.
XV.
NUR JAN.
XVI.
GOVERNOR AND KOLI.
A FISHERMAN'S LEGEND.
XVII.
THE TRIBE ERRANT.
XVIII.
THE PANDU-LENA CAVES.
A NASIK PILGRIMAGE.
XIX.
FATEH MUHAMMAD.
XX.
THE TILAK RIOTS.
A REMINISCENCE.
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  1. A GRANADE.
  2. The fine Brown JELLY.
  3. To make a MELLON.
  4. Hot CHICKEN PIE.
  5. SHEEP'S RUMPS with Rice.
  6. SHEEP'S TONGUES broil'd.
  7. To lard OYSTERS.
  8. VEAL COULEY.
  9. The MOCK TURTLE.
  10. To dress OX LIPS.
  11. To make POVERADE.
  12. To pot PARTRIDGES.
  13. To pot PARTRIDGES another Way.
  14. To pot CHARE.
  15. SALMON en Maigre.
  16. LOBSTER A'L'ITALIENNE.
  17. To do CHICKENS, or any FOWL'S FEET.
  18. LARKS done in JELLY.
  19. The Fine CATCHUP.
  20. WALNUT CATCHUP.
  21. A very good White or Almond Soop.
  22. ALMOND PUDDING.
  23. ALMOND PUDDING another Way.
  24. Almond Cheesecakes another Way.
  25. A LEMON PUDDING another Way.
  26. POTATOE PUDDING another Way.
  27. CARROT PUDDING another Way.
  28. WHITE POTT another Way.
  29. HUNTING PUDDING another Way.
  30. ALMOND BISKETS.
  31. To make ALMOND BUTTER another Way.
  32. APRICOCK JUMBALLS.
  33. BURNT CREAM.
  34. Little PLUMB CAKES.
  35. York GINGER-BREAD another Way.
  36. GINGER-BREAD in little Tins.
  37. OAT-MEAL CAKES.
  38. BATH CAKES.
  39. A Rich White PLUMB-CAKE.
  40. An ISING for the CAKE.
  41. LEMON BRANDY.
  42. To make RATIFEE another Way.
  43. To preserve GRAPES all Winter.
  44. To preserve GRAPES another Way.
  45. BARBERRY CAKES.
  46. BARBERRY DROPS.
  47. To candy ORANGES whole another Way.
  48. To candy GINGER.
  49. To preserve WINE-SOURS.
  50. CURRAN JELLY.
  51. To preserve red or white CURRANS whole.
  52. SYRRUP OF POPPIES.
  53. To make BLACK PAPER for drawing Patterns.
  54. GOOSEBERRY VINEGAR another Way.
  55. To make bad Ale into good strong Beer.
  56. Green GOOSEBERRY WINE.
  57. GINGER WINE.
  58. COWSLIP WINE another Way.
  59. STRONG MEAD another Way.
  60. FRENCH BREAD.
  61. The fine RUSH CHEESE.

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  4. Study Appendix 2 (Causes for the American Spirit of Liberty) as an example of stately and elaborate, yet energetic, discourse. The speech from which this extract is taken was delivered in Parliament in a vain effort to stay England from driving her colonies to revolt. Some of Burke's turns of phrase are extremely bold and original, as "The religion most prevalent in our northern colonies is a refinement on the principle of resistance; it is the dissidence of dissent and the Protestantism of the Protestant religion." Moreover, with all his fulness of diction, Burke could cleave to the heart of an idea in a few words, as "Freedom is to them [the southern slave-holders] not only an enjoyment, but a kind of rank and privilege." Find other examples of bold or concise and illuminating utterance.
  5. Read Appendix 3 (Parable of the Sower). It has no special audacities of phrase, but escapes tameness in various ways--largely through its simple earnestness.
  6. Make a list of the descriptive phrases in Appendix 4 (The Seven Ages of
  7. Study Appendix 5 (The Castaway) as a piece of homely, effective narrative. (Defoe wrote for the man in the street. He was a literary jack-of-all-trades whom dignified authors of his day would not countenance, but who possessed genius.) It relies upon directness and plausibility of substance and style rather than temerity of phrase. Yet it never sags into tameness. Notice how everyday expressions ("My business was to hold my breath," "I took to my heels") add subtly to our belief that what Defoe is telling us is true. Notice also that such expressions ("the least capful of wind," "half dead with the water I took in," "ready to burst with holding my breath") without being pretentious may yet be forceful. Notice finally the naturalness and lift of the sinewy idioms ("I fetched another run," "I had no clothes to shift me," "I had like to have suffered a second shipwreck," "It wanted but a little that all my cargo had slipped off").
  8. Once or twice at least, make a mental note of halting or listless expressions in a sermon, a public address, or a conversation. Find more emphatic wording for the ideas thus marred.
  9. To train yourself in readiness and daring of utterance, practice impromptu discussion of any of the topics in Activity 1 for EXERCISE
  9. State in general terms the thought of the following sentences
  10. Describe a town as seen from a particular point of view, or at a particular time of day, or under particular atmospheric conditions. Make your description as concrete as possible.
  11. Compare your description with this from Stevenson: "The town came down the hill in a cascade of brown gables, bestridden by smooth white roofs, and spangled here and there with lighted windows." Stevenson's sentence contains twenty-five words. How many of them are "color" words? How many "motion" words? How many of the first twenty-five words in your description appeal to one or another of the five senses?
  12. Narrate as vividly as possible an experience in your own life. Compare what you have written with the account of Crusoe's escape to the island
  12. Are these figures effective?
  13. Recast the following sentences to eliminate the clashing of literal and figurative elements

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  4. Study Appendix 2 (Causes for the American Spirit of Liberty) as an example of stately and elaborate, yet energetic, discourse. The speech from which this extract is taken was delivered in Parliament in a vain effort to stay England from driving her colonies to revolt. Some of Burke's turns of phrase are extremely bold and original, as "The religion most prevalent in our northern colonies is a refinement on the principle of resistance; it is the dissidence of dissent and the Protestantism of the Protestant religion." Moreover, with all his fulness of diction, Burke could cleave to the heart of an idea in a few words, as "Freedom is to them [the southern slave-holders] not only an enjoyment, but a kind of rank and privilege." Find other examples of bold or concise and illuminating utterance.
  5. Read Appendix 3 (Parable of the Sower). It has no special audacities of phrase, but escapes tameness in various ways--largely through its simple earnestness.
  6. Make a list of the descriptive phrases in Appendix 4 (The Seven Ages of
  7. Study Appendix 5 (The Castaway) as a piece of homely, effective narrative. (Defoe wrote for the man in the street. He was a literary jack-of-all-trades whom dignified authors of his day would not countenance, but who possessed genius.) It relies upon directness and plausibility of substance and style rather than temerity of phrase. Yet it never sags into tameness. Notice how everyday expressions ("My business was to hold my breath," "I took to my heels") add subtly to our belief that what Defoe is telling us is true. Notice also that such expressions ("the least capful of wind," "half dead with the water I took in," "ready to burst with holding my breath") without being pretentious may yet be forceful. Notice finally the naturalness and lift of the sinewy idioms ("I fetched another run," "I had no clothes to shift me," "I had like to have suffered a second shipwreck," "It wanted but a little that all my cargo had slipped off").
  8. Once or twice at least, make a mental note of halting or listless expressions in a sermon, a public address, or a conversation. Find more emphatic wording for the ideas thus marred.
  9. To train yourself in readiness and daring of utterance, practice impromptu discussion of any of the topics in Activity 1 for EXERCISE
  9. State in general terms the thought of the following sentences
  10. Describe a town as seen from a particular point of view, or at a particular time of day, or under particular atmospheric conditions. Make your description as concrete as possible.
  11. Compare your description with this from Stevenson: "The town came down the hill in a cascade of brown gables, bestridden by smooth white roofs, and spangled here and there with lighted windows." Stevenson's sentence contains twenty-five words. How many of them are "color" words? How many "motion" words? How many of the first twenty-five words in your description appeal to one or another of the five senses?
  12. Narrate as vividly as possible an experience in your own life. Compare what you have written with the account of Crusoe's escape to the island
  12. Are these figures effective?
  13. Recast the following sentences to eliminate the clashing of literal and figurative elements

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THE SKETCH-BOOK.
NO. XLIV.
THE BLUE BOTTLE
LAW AND LAWYERS.
TRIAL AND EXECUTION.
F.R.Y.
MY COMMON-PLACE BOOK,
NO. XIX.
NOVEL WRITERS AND NOVEL READERS.
CARRIER PIGEONS.
P. T. W.
MISCELLANIES.
NAMES OF SHEEP.
ANCIENT POWDER FLASK.
SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS
CHARACTER OF THE SEPOYS.
HOUSE LAUNCHING.
GOOD NIGHT TO THE SEASON.
TIGER TAMING.
RUNNING A MUCK.
THE SELECTOR, AND LITERARY NOTICES OF NEW WORKS.
THE JEW'S HARP.
THEGREEKSENTERING
SOUTHERN AFRICAN ELOQUENCE.
CHARACTER OF PITT.
THE LECTURER
VERTIGO, OR GIDDINESS.
BATHING
USEFUL DOMESTIC HINTS
TAINTED MEAT
TO BREW THREE BARRELS OF PORTER.
WELSH ALE.
MILK PUNCH.
EXCELLENT LEMONADE.
ARTS AND SCIENCES.
ATTRACTION.
THE GATHERER
CITY FEASTING.
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DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE'S VILLA, CHISWICK.
THE SKETCH-BOOK.
NO. XLIV.
THE BLUE BOTTLE
LAW AND LAWYERS.
TRIAL AND EXECUTION.
F.R.Y.
MY COMMON-PLACE BOOK,
NO. XIX.
NOVEL WRITERS AND NOVEL READERS.
CARRIER PIGEONS.
P. T. W.
MISCELLANIES.
NAMES OF SHEEP.
ANCIENT POWDER FLASK.
SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS
CHARACTER OF THE SEPOYS.
HOUSE LAUNCHING.
GOOD NIGHT TO THE SEASON.
TIGER TAMING.
RUNNING A MUCK.
THE SELECTOR, AND LITERARY NOTICES OF NEW WORKS.
THE JEW'S HARP.
THEGREEKSENTERING
SOUTHERN AFRICAN ELOQUENCE.
CHARACTER OF PITT.
THE LECTURER
VERTIGO, OR GIDDINESS.
BATHING
USEFUL DOMESTIC HINTS
TAINTED MEAT
TO BREW THREE BARRELS OF PORTER.
WELSH ALE.
MILK PUNCH.
EXCELLENT LEMONADE.
ARTS AND SCIENCES.
ATTRACTION.
THE GATHERER
CITY FEASTING.
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OF VENTURE, A NATIVE OF AFRICA,
RELATED BY HIMSELF.
VENTURE SMITH
PREFACE
CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CERTIFICATE.
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START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK LISTER'S GREAT ADVENTURE
LISTER'S GREAT ADVENTURE
BY HAROLD BINDLOSS
CONTENTS
PART I--BARBARA'S REBELLION
CHAPTER
I CARTWRIGHT MEDDLES
II IN THE DARK
III BARBARA VANISHES
IV THE GIRL ON THE PLATFORM
V SHILLITO GETS AWAY
VI WINNIPEG BEACH
VII LISTER'S DISSATISFACTION
VIII THE TEST
IX BARBARA PLAYS A PART
X VERNON'S CURIOSITY
PART II--THE RECKONING
I VERNON'S PLOT
II BARBARA'S RETURN
III LISTER CLEARS THE GROUND
IV A DISSATISFIED SHAREHOLDER
V CARTWRIGHT'S SCRUPLES
VI A NASTY KNOCK
VII THE SHAREHOLDERS' MEETING
VIII A STOLEN EXCURSION
IX CARTWRIGHT SEES A PLAN
X A BOLD SPECULATION
XI THE START
PART III--THE BREAKING STRAIN
I THE FIRST STRUGGLE
II THE WRECK
III A FUEL PROBLEM
IV MONTGOMERY'S OFFER
V MONTGOMERY USES HIS POWER
VI LISTER MEETS AN OLD ANTAGONIST
VII BARBARA'S REFUSAL
VIII CARTWRIGHT GETS TO WORK
IX LISTER MAKES GOOD
X BARBARA TAKES CONTROL
XI LISTER'S REWARD
PART I--BARBARA'S REBELLION
CHAPTER I
CARTWRIGHT MEDDLES
CHAPTER II
IN THE DARK
CHAPTER III
BARBARA VANISHES
CHAPTER IV
THE GIRL ON THE PLATFORM
CHAPTER V
SHILLITO GETS AWAY
CHAPTER VI
WINNIPEG BEACH
CHAPTER VII
LISTER'S DISSATISFACTION
CHAPTER VIII
THE TEST
CHAPTER IX
BARBARA PLAYS A PART
CHAPTER X
VERNON'S CURIOSITY
PART II--THE RECKONING
CHAPTER I
VERNON'S PLOT
CHAPTER II
BARBARA'S RETURN
CHAPTER III
LISTER CLEARS THE GROUND
CHAPTER IV
A DISSATISFIED SHAREHOLDER
CHAPTER V
CARTWRIGHT'S SCRUPLES
CHAPTER VI
A NASTY KNOCK
CHAPTER VII
THE SHAREHOLDERS' MEETING
CHAPTER VIII
A STOLEN EXCURSION
CHAPTER IX
CARTWRIGHT SEES A PLAN
CHAPTER X
A BOLD SPECULATION
CHAPTER XI
THE START
PART III--THE BREAKING STRAIN
CHAPTER I
THE FIRST STRUGGLE
CHAPTER II
THE WRECK
CHAPTER III
A FUEL PROBLEM
CHAPTER IV
MONTGOMERY'S OFFER
CHAPTER V
MONTGOMERY USES HIS POWER
CHAPTER VI
LISTER MEETS AN OLD ANTAGONIST
CHAPTER VII
BARBARA'S REFUSAL
CHAPTER VIII
CARTWRIGHT GETS TO WORK
CHAPTER IX
LISTER MAKES GOOD
CHAPTER X
BARBARA TAKES CONTROL
CHAPTER XI
LISTER'S REWARD
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LISTER'S GREAT ADVENTURE
BY HAROLD BINDLOSS
CONTENTS
PART I--BARBARA'S REBELLION
CHAPTER
I CARTWRIGHT MEDDLES
II IN THE DARK
III BARBARA VANISHES
IV THE GIRL ON THE PLATFORM
V SHILLITO GETS AWAY
VI WINNIPEG BEACH
VII LISTER'S DISSATISFACTION
VIII THE TEST
IX BARBARA PLAYS A PART
X VERNON'S CURIOSITY
PART II--THE RECKONING
I VERNON'S PLOT
II BARBARA'S RETURN
III LISTER CLEARS THE GROUND
IV A DISSATISFIED SHAREHOLDER
V CARTWRIGHT'S SCRUPLES
VI A NASTY KNOCK
VII THE SHAREHOLDERS' MEETING
VIII A STOLEN EXCURSION
IX CARTWRIGHT SEES A PLAN
X A BOLD SPECULATION
XI THE START
PART III--THE BREAKING STRAIN
I THE FIRST STRUGGLE
II THE WRECK
III A FUEL PROBLEM
IV MONTGOMERY'S OFFER
V MONTGOMERY USES HIS POWER
VI LISTER MEETS AN OLD ANTAGONIST
VII BARBARA'S REFUSAL
VIII CARTWRIGHT GETS TO WORK
IX LISTER MAKES GOOD
X BARBARA TAKES CONTROL
XI LISTER'S REWARD
PART I--BARBARA'S REBELLION
CHAPTER I
CARTWRIGHT MEDDLES
CHAPTER II
IN THE DARK
CHAPTER III
BARBARA VANISHES
CHAPTER IV
THE GIRL ON THE PLATFORM
CHAPTER V
SHILLITO GETS AWAY
CHAPTER VI
WINNIPEG BEACH
CHAPTER VII
LISTER'S DISSATISFACTION
CHAPTER VIII
THE TEST
CHAPTER IX
BARBARA PLAYS A PART
CHAPTER X
VERNON'S CURIOSITY
PART II--THE RECKONING
CHAPTER I
VERNON'S PLOT
CHAPTER II
BARBARA'S RETURN
CHAPTER III
LISTER CLEARS THE GROUND
CHAPTER IV
A DISSATISFIED SHAREHOLDER
CHAPTER V
CARTWRIGHT'S SCRUPLES
CHAPTER VI
A NASTY KNOCK
CHAPTER VII
THE SHAREHOLDERS' MEETING
CHAPTER VIII
A STOLEN EXCURSION
CHAPTER IX
CARTWRIGHT SEES A PLAN
CHAPTER X
A BOLD SPECULATION
CHAPTER XI
THE START
PART III--THE BREAKING STRAIN
CHAPTER I
THE FIRST STRUGGLE
CHAPTER II
THE WRECK
CHAPTER III
A FUEL PROBLEM
CHAPTER IV
MONTGOMERY'S OFFER
CHAPTER V
MONTGOMERY USES HIS POWER
CHAPTER VI
LISTER MEETS AN OLD ANTAGONIST
CHAPTER VII
BARBARA'S REFUSAL
CHAPTER VIII
CARTWRIGHT GETS TO WORK
CHAPTER IX
LISTER MAKES GOOD
CHAPTER X
BARBARA TAKES CONTROL
CHAPTER XI
LISTER'S REWARD
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START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 10,
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY.
VOL. X.--OCTOBER, 1862.--NO. LX.
A MAGAZINE OF LITERATURE, ART, AND POLITICS.
AUTUMNAL TINTS.
THE PURPLE GRASSES.
THE RED MAPLE.
THE ELM.
FALLEN LEAVES.
THE SUGAR-MAPLE.
THE SCARLET OAK.
DAVID GAUNT.
PART II.
EUPHORION.
HOUSE-BUILDING.
MR. AXTELL.
PART III.
"JULIUS PERCIVAL."
LEAMINGTON SPA.
MY DEAR EDITOR,
A PEACEABLE MAN.
SANITARY CONDITION OF THE ARMY.
SUPPOSED DANGERS TO THE SOLDIER.
SICKNESS AND MORTALITY IN CIVIL LIFE.
SICKNESS AND MORTALITY OF THE ARMY IN PEACE.
DEATHS IN 10,000.
SICKNESS AND MORTALITY OF THE ARMY IN WAR.
CRIMEAN WAR.
AMERICAN ARMY, 1812 TO 1814.
MEXICAN WAR.
SICKNESS IN THE PRESENT UNION ARMY.
OTHER LIGHTER AND UNRECORDED SICKNESS.
INVALIDING.
GENERAL VITAL DEPRESSION
DANGERS IN LAND-BATTLES.
TABLE 1.--NINETEEN LAND-BATTLES.
DANGERS IN NAVAL BATTLES.
TABLE II.--BATTLES BETWEEN FLEETS OR SQUADRONS
TABLE III.--BATTLES BETWEEN BRITISH AND AMERICAN SHIPS.
COMPARATIVE DANGER OF CAMP AND BATTLE-FIELD.
NATIONS DO NOT LEARN FROM EXPERIENCE TO PREPARE FOR ARMY-SICKNESS.
CRIMEAN WAR.
WANT OF SANITARY PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CIVIL AND MILITARY LIFE.
MUCH SICKNESS DUE TO ERRORS OF GOVERNMENT.
TENTS
RESULTS OF SANITARY REFORMS.
THE NUMBER OF DEATHS IN 100,000.[85]
AN ARAB WELCOME.
ELIZABETH SARA SHEPPARD
A NICHE IN THE HEART.
RESOURCES OF THE SOUTH.
THE BATTLE AUTUMN OF 1862.
REVIEWS AND LITERARY NOTICES.
RECENT AMERICAN PUBLICATIONS
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A MAGAZINE OF LITERATURE, ART, AND POLITICS.
AUTUMNAL TINTS.
THE PURPLE GRASSES.
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DAVID GAUNT.
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MR. AXTELL.
PART III.
"JULIUS PERCIVAL."
LEAMINGTON SPA.
MY DEAR EDITOR,
A PEACEABLE MAN.
SANITARY CONDITION OF THE ARMY.
SUPPOSED DANGERS TO THE SOLDIER.
SICKNESS AND MORTALITY IN CIVIL LIFE.
SICKNESS AND MORTALITY OF THE ARMY IN PEACE.
DEATHS IN 10,000.
SICKNESS AND MORTALITY OF THE ARMY IN WAR.
CRIMEAN WAR.
AMERICAN ARMY, 1812 TO 1814.
MEXICAN WAR.
SICKNESS IN THE PRESENT UNION ARMY.
OTHER LIGHTER AND UNRECORDED SICKNESS.
INVALIDING.
GENERAL VITAL DEPRESSION
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DANGERS IN NAVAL BATTLES.
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COMPARATIVE DANGER OF CAMP AND BATTLE-FIELD.
NATIONS DO NOT LEARN FROM EXPERIENCE TO PREPARE FOR ARMY-SICKNESS.
CRIMEAN WAR.
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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CIVIL AND MILITARY LIFE.
MUCH SICKNESS DUE TO ERRORS OF GOVERNMENT.
TENTS
RESULTS OF SANITARY REFORMS.
THE NUMBER OF DEATHS IN 100,000.[85]
AN ARAB WELCOME.
ELIZABETH SARA SHEPPARD
A NICHE IN THE HEART.
RESOURCES OF THE SOUTH.
THE BATTLE AUTUMN OF 1862.
REVIEWS AND LITERARY NOTICES.
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THE CATACOMBS OF ROME.
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THE DENSLOW PALACE.
MYRTLE FLOWERS
CHESUNCOOK
THE AUTOCRAT OF THE BREAKFAST-TABLE.
EVERY MAN HIS OWN BOSWELL.
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THE TWO ARMIES.
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THE CATACOMBS OF ROME.
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CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.
CHAPTER VI.
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THE GAUCHO.
MADEMOISELLE'S CAMPAIGNS.
THE SCENE AND THE ACTORS.
II.
THE FIRST CAMPAIGN.
III.
CAMPAIGN THE SECOND.
IV.
THE CONCLUSION.
THE SWAN-SONG OF PARSON AVERY.
THE DENSLOW PALACE.
MYRTLE FLOWERS
CHESUNCOOK
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EVERY MAN HIS OWN BOSWELL.
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  1. viii. c. 13. His brother Robert, king of Naples, was the friend of Petrarch.
  1. viii. c. 112.
  1. P. 18. All that appears certain, is what we are told in this
  1. iv. c. 2. Ibid. c. v. "It is an observation made by many modern writers, that the demonstration of the existence of God, taken from the idea of a Supreme Being, of which Des Cartes is thought to be the author, was so many ages back discovered and brought to light by Anselm. Leibnitz himself makes the remark, vol. v. Oper. p. 570. Edit. Genev. 1768."
  1. iii. c. 2.) as 3. affording instances of false reasoning.
  1. iv. c. 10.
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HARRIOT STANTON BLATCH
CONTENTS
FOREWORD BY THEODORE ROOSEVELT
I. OUR FOE
II. WINNING THE WAR
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IV. MOBILIZING WOMEN IN FRANCE
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XII. WOMAN'S PART IN SAVING CIVILIZATION
ILLUSTRATIONS
FOREWORD
I
OUR FOE
II
WINNING THE WAR
III
MOBILIZING WOMEN IN GREAT BRITAIN [2]
IV
MOBILIZING WOMEN IN FRANCE
V
MOBILIZING WOMEN IN GERMANY
VI
WOMEN OVER THE TOP IN AMERICA
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EVE'S PAY ENVELOPE
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POOLING BRAINS
IX
"BUSINESS AS USUAL"
X
"AS MOTHER USED TO DO"
XI
A LAND ARMY
XII
WOMAN'S PART IN SAVING CIVILIZATION
APPENDIX
DOCUMENTS USED IN WOMEN'S WAR-WORK IN
WAAC
WOMEN'S ARMY
DEVONSHIRE HOUSE. PICCADILLY, LONDON. W.I.
MARGARET HEMPHILL
MEDICAL CERTIFICATE
JOINT WOMEN'S V.A.D. DEPARTMENT.
QUALIFICATIONS
REMARKS
CONFIDENTIAL.
WOMEN'S ARMY AUXILIARY CORPS
NOTE.
WOMEN'S LAND ARMY
CONDITIONS AND TERMS.
(1) . AGRICULTURE.
(2) . TIMBER CUTTING.
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HARRIOT STANTON BLATCH
CONTENTS
FOREWORD BY THEODORE ROOSEVELT
I. OUR FOE
II. WINNING THE WAR
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IV. MOBILIZING WOMEN IN FRANCE
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VI. WOMEN OVER THE TOP IN AMERICA
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XII. WOMAN'S PART IN SAVING CIVILIZATION
ILLUSTRATIONS
FOREWORD
I
OUR FOE
II
WINNING THE WAR
III
MOBILIZING WOMEN IN GREAT BRITAIN [2]
IV
MOBILIZING WOMEN IN FRANCE
V
MOBILIZING WOMEN IN GERMANY
VI
WOMEN OVER THE TOP IN AMERICA
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EVE'S PAY ENVELOPE
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POOLING BRAINS
IX
"BUSINESS AS USUAL"
X
"AS MOTHER USED TO DO"
XI
A LAND ARMY
XII
WOMAN'S PART IN SAVING CIVILIZATION
APPENDIX
DOCUMENTS USED IN WOMEN'S WAR-WORK IN
WAAC
WOMEN'S ARMY
DEVONSHIRE HOUSE. PICCADILLY, LONDON. W.I.
MARGARET HEMPHILL
MEDICAL CERTIFICATE
JOINT WOMEN'S V.A.D. DEPARTMENT.
QUALIFICATIONS
REMARKS
CONFIDENTIAL.
WOMEN'S ARMY AUXILIARY CORPS
NOTE.
WOMEN'S LAND ARMY
CONDITIONS AND TERMS.
(1) . AGRICULTURE.
(2) . TIMBER CUTTING.
(3) . FORAGE.
YOU PROMISE
5. TO BE WILLING TO GO TO WHATEVER PART OF THE COUNTRY YOU ARE SENT.
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AUTHOR OF
CHAPTER I
H.M.S. "QUEEN MARY"
CHAPTER II
A BIT OF HISTORY
CHAPTER III
WARSHIP AND ZEPPELIN
CHAPTER IV
ATHLETICS
CHAPTER V
THE FIGHT
CHAPTER VI
SCOUTING
CHAPTER VII
AMONG THE ENEMY
CHAPTER VIII
A STARTLING DISCOVERY
CHAPTER IX
THE PLAN WORKS--ALMOST
CHAPTER X
THE FIGHT ON THE WATER
CHAPTER XI
DAWN--AND A NEW ENEMY
CHAPTER XII
THE BOYS GIVE THE WARNING
CHAPTER XIII
PREPARING FOR BATTLE
"O.K.!"
CHAPTER XIV
CHANGED ORDERS
CHAPTER XV
THE FIRST GUN
CHAPTER XVI
THE BATTLE
CHAPTER XVII
THE MAIN FLEET ARRIVES
CHAPTER XVIII
THE SINKING OF THE "QUEEN MARY"
CHAPTER XIX
ADRIFT
CHAPTER XX
FRIENDS AND FOES
CHAPTER XXI
A FIGHT FOR A BOAT
CHAPTER XXII
PICKED UP BY THE ENEMY
CHAPTER XXIII
AN UNKNOWN FRIEND
CHAPTER XXIV
THE BOYS BECOME UNEASY
CHAPTER XXV
TOWARD FREEDOM
CHAPTER XXVI
DISCOVERED
CHAPTER XXVII
A TERRIBLE STRUGGLE
CHAPTER XXVIII
THE CHEATING OF HARRIS
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CHAPTER I
SIR HORACE FEWBANKS WAS MURDERED LAST NIGHT
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HE WAS SHOT THOUGH THE HEART
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CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI
CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XIII
CHAPTER XIV
CHAPTER XV
CHAPTER XVI
CHAPTER XVII
"I--I--"
CHAPTER XVIII
CHAPTER XIX
CHAPTER XX
"YOUR LOVING HUSBAND."
CHAPTER XXI
CHAPTER XXII
CHAPTER XXIII
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CHAPTER XXV
CHAPTER XXVI
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CHAPTER I
SIR HORACE FEWBANKS WAS MURDERED LAST NIGHT
WHO DID IT I DONT KNOW SO IT IS NO USE TRYING TO FIND OUT WHO I AM YOU
HE WAS SHOT THOUGH THE HEART
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CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI
CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XIII
CHAPTER XIV
CHAPTER XV
CHAPTER XVI
CHAPTER XVII
"I--I--"
CHAPTER XVIII
CHAPTER XIX
CHAPTER XX
"YOUR LOVING HUSBAND."
CHAPTER XXI
CHAPTER XXII
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SMOKE
I.--THE HESITATING STEP
II.--IT WAS SHE--SHE INDEED!
III.--"OPEN!"
IV.--THE ODD CANDLESTICK
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VII.--CLIFTON ACCEPTS MY CASE
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SWEETWATER TO THE FRONT
X.--"I CAN HELP YOU"
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HIDDEN SURPRISES
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XXI.--CARMEL AWAKES
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XXIII.--AT TEN INSTEAD OF TWELVE
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BOOK IV
WHAT THE PINES WHISPERED
XXIX.--"I REMEMBERED THE ROOM"
XXX.--"CHOOSE"
XXXI.--"WERE HER HANDS CROSSED THEN?"
XXXII.--AND I HAD SAID NOTHING!
XXXIII.--THE ARROW OF DEATH
XXXIV.--"STEADY!"
XXXVI.--THE SURCHARGED MOMENT
BOOK ONE
SMOKE
I
THE HESITATING STEP
II
IT WAS SHE--SHE INDEED!
III
"OPEN!"
IV
THE ODD CANDLESTICK
V
A SCRAP OF PAPER
VI
COMMENTS AND REFLECTIONS
VII
CLIFTON ACCEPTS MY CASE
VIII
A CHANCE! I TAKE IT
BOOK TWO
SWEETWATER TO THE FRONT
IX
"WE KNOW OF NO SUCH LETTER"
X
"I CAN HELP YOU"
XI
IN THE COACH HOUSE
XII
"LILA--LILA!"
XIII
"WHAT WE WANT IS HERE"
XIV
THE MOTIONLESS FIGURE
XV
HELEN SURPRISES SWEETWATER
XVI
62 CUTHBERT ROAD
XVII
"MUST I TELL THESE THINGS?"
XVIII
ON IT WAS WRITTEN
XIX
"IT 'S NOT WHAT YOU WILL FIND"
BOOK THREE
HIDDEN SURPRISES
XX
"HE OR YOU! THERE IS NO THIRD"
XXI
CARMEL AWAKES
XXII
"BREAK IN THE GLASS!"
XXIII
AT TEN INSTEAD OF TWELVE
XXIV
ALL THIS STOOD
XXV
"I AM INNOCENT"
XXVI
THE SYLLABLE OF DOOM
"ELWOOD RANELAGH."
XXVII
EXPECTANCY
XXVIII
"WHERE IS MY BROTHER?"
BOOK FOUR
WHAT THE PINES WHISPERED
XXIX
"I REMEMBERED THE ROOM"
XXX
"CHOOSE"
XXXI
"WERE HER HANDS CROSSED THEN?"
XXXII
AND I HAD SAID NOTHING!
XXXIII
THE ARROW OF DEATH
XXXIV
"STEADY!"
XXXV
"AS IF IT WERE A MECCA"
XXXVI
THE SURCHARGED MOMENT
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II. INTO THE NORTH
IV. FREE FROM BONDS
V. THE FIGHT IN THE SNOW
VI. JOAN
VII. OUT OF THE BLIZZARD
VIII. THE GREAT CHANGE
IX. THE TRAGEDY ON SUN ROCK
X. THE DAYS OF FIRE
XI. ALWAYS TWO BY TWO
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XIII. THE TRAIL OF HUNGER
XIV. THE RIGHT OF FANG
XV. A FIGHT UNDER THE STARS
XVI. THE CALL
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XX. A FEUD IN THE WILDERNESS
XXI. A SHOT ON THE SAND-BAR
XXII. SANDY'S METHOD
XXIV. ALONE IN DARKNESS
XXVI. AN EMPTY WORLD
XXVII. THE CALL OF SUN ROCK
CHAPTER I
THE MIRACLE
CHAPTER II
INTO THE NORTH
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
FREE FROM BONDS
CHAPTER V
THE FIGHT IN THE SNOW
CHAPTER VI
JOAN
CHAPTER VII
OUT OF THE BLIZZARD
CHAPTER VIII
THE GREAT CHANGE
CHAPTER IX
THE TRAGEDY ON SUN ROCK
CHAPTER X
THE DAYS OF FIRE
CHAPTER XI
ALWAYS TWO BY TWO
CHAPTER XII
THE RED DEATH
CHAPTER XIII
THE TRAIL OF HUNGER
CHAPTER XIV
THE RIGHT OF FANG
CHAPTER XV
A FIGHT UNDER THE STARS
CHAPTER XVI
THE CALL
CHAPTER XVII
HIS SON
CHAPTER XVIII
THE EDUCATION OF BA-REE
CHAPTER XIX
THE USURPERS
CHAPTER XX
A FEUD IN THE WILDERNESS
CHAPTER XXI
A SHOT ON THE SAND-BAR
CHAPTER XXII
SANDY'S METHOD
CHAPTER XXIII
CHAPTER XXIV
ALONE IN DARKNESS
CHAPTER XXV
CHAPTER XXVI
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CHAPTER XXVII
THE CALL OF SUN ROCK
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I. THE MIRACLE
II. INTO THE NORTH
IV. FREE FROM BONDS
V. THE FIGHT IN THE SNOW
VI. JOAN
VII. OUT OF THE BLIZZARD
VIII. THE GREAT CHANGE
IX. THE TRAGEDY ON SUN ROCK
X. THE DAYS OF FIRE
XI. ALWAYS TWO BY TWO
XII. THE RED DEATH
XIII. THE TRAIL OF HUNGER
XIV. THE RIGHT OF FANG
XV. A FIGHT UNDER THE STARS
XVI. THE CALL
XVII. HIS SON
XVIII. THE EDUCATION OF BA-REE
XIX. THE USURPERS
XX. A FEUD IN THE WILDERNESS
XXI. A SHOT ON THE SAND-BAR
XXII. SANDY'S METHOD
XXIV. ALONE IN DARKNESS
XXVI. AN EMPTY WORLD
XXVII. THE CALL OF SUN ROCK
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THE MIRACLE
CHAPTER II
INTO THE NORTH
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
FREE FROM BONDS
CHAPTER V
THE FIGHT IN THE SNOW
CHAPTER VI
JOAN
CHAPTER VII
OUT OF THE BLIZZARD
CHAPTER VIII
THE GREAT CHANGE
CHAPTER IX
THE TRAGEDY ON SUN ROCK
CHAPTER X
THE DAYS OF FIRE
CHAPTER XI
ALWAYS TWO BY TWO
CHAPTER XII
THE RED DEATH
CHAPTER XIII
THE TRAIL OF HUNGER
CHAPTER XIV
THE RIGHT OF FANG
CHAPTER XV
A FIGHT UNDER THE STARS
CHAPTER XVI
THE CALL
CHAPTER XVII
HIS SON
CHAPTER XVIII
THE EDUCATION OF BA-REE
CHAPTER XIX
THE USURPERS
CHAPTER XX
A FEUD IN THE WILDERNESS
CHAPTER XXI
A SHOT ON THE SAND-BAR
CHAPTER XXII
SANDY'S METHOD
CHAPTER XXIII
CHAPTER XXIV
ALONE IN DARKNESS
CHAPTER XXV
CHAPTER XXVI
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CHAPTER XXVII
THE CALL OF SUN ROCK
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TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH FOR THE FIRST TIME
WITH A SPECIAL INTRODUCTION BY
SPECIAL INTRODUCTION.
PREFACE
CONTENTS
MOORISH BALLADS
MOORISH ROMANCES
THE STORY OF SIDI BRAHIM OF MASSAT
FIVE BERBER STORIES
POEMS OF THE MAGHREB
POPULAR TALES OF THE BERBERS
POPULAR TALES OF THE KABYLES
MOORISH BALLADS
ROMANCEROS MORISCOS
MOORISH BALLADS
FATIMA'S LOVE
THE BRAGGART REBUKED
THE ADMIRAL'S FAREWELL
MORIANA AND GALVAN
THE BEREAVED FATHER
THE WARDEN OF MOLINA
THE LOVES OF BOABDIL AND VINDARAJA
THE LETTER OF VINDARAJA
THE LETTER OF THE KING
THE INFANTA SEVILLA AND PERANZUELOS
CELIN'S FAREWELL
CELIN'S RETURN
BAZA REVISITED
CAPTIVE ZARA
THE JEALOUS KING
THE LOVERS OF ANTEQUERA
TARFE'S TRUCE
THE TWO MOORISH KNIGHTS
THE KING'S DECISION
ALMANZOR AND BOBALIAS
THE MOORISH INFANTA AND ALFONZO RAMOS
THE BULL-FIGHT OF ZULEMA
THE RENEGADE
THE TOWER OF GOLD
THE DIRGE FOR ALIATAR
THE SHIP OF ZARA
HAMETE ALI
ZAIDE'S LOVE
ZAIDA'S JEALOUSY.
ZAIDA OF TOLEDO
ZAIDE REBUKED
ZAIDA'S INCONSTANCY
ZAIDE'S DESOLATION
ZAIDA'S LAMENT
ZAIDA'S CURSE
THE TOURNAMENT OF ZAIDE
ZAIDE'S COMPLAINT
GUHALA'S LOVE
AZARCO OF GRANADA
AZARCO REBUKED
ADELIFA'S FAREWELL
AZARCO'S FAREWELL
CELINDA'S COURTESY
GAZUL'S DESPONDENCY
GAZUL IN LOVE
CELINDA'S INCONSTANCY
THE BULL-FIGHT
LOVERS RECONCILED
CALL TO ARMS
GAZUL CALUMNIATED
GAZUL'S DESPAIR
VENGEANCE OF GAZUL
GAZUL AND ALBENZAIDE
GAZUL'S ARMS
THE TOURNAMENT
ABENUMEYA'S LAMENT
THE DESPONDENT LOVER
LOVE AND JEALOUSY
THE CAPTIVE OF TOLEDO
THE BLAZON OF ABENAMAR
WOMAN'S FICKLENESS
KING JUAN
ABENAMAR'S JEALOUSY
ADELIFA'S JEALOUSY
FUNERAL OF ABENAMAR
BALLAD OF ALBAYALDOS
THE NIGHT RAID OF REDUAN
SIEGE OF JAEN
THE DEATH OF REDUAN
THE AGED LOVER
FICKLENESS REBUKED
THE GALLEY-SLAVE OF DRAGUT
THE CAPTIVE'S LAMENT
STRIKE SAIL!
THE CAPTIVE'S ESCAPE
THE SPANIARD OF ORAN
MOORISH ROMANCES
MOORISH ROMANCES
THE BULL-FIGHT OF GAZUL
THE ZEGRI'S BRIDE
THE BRIDAL OF ANDALLA
ZARA'S EAR-RINGS
THE LAMENTATION FOR CELIN
THE STORY OF SIDI BRAHIM OF MASSAT
THE STORY OF SIDI BRAHIM OF MASSAT
I
II
III
IV
V
A STORY ABOUT THE COUNTRY OF AIT-BAMOURAN
VI
VII
VIII
IX
FIVE BERBER STORIES
DJOKHRANE AND THE JAYS
THE OGRE AND THE BEAUTIFUL WOMAN
THE FALSE VEZIR
THE SOUFI AND THE TARGUI
AHMED EL HILALIEU AND EL REDAH
POEMS OF THE MAGHREB
ALI'S ANSWER
IN HONOR OF LALLA AYCHA-EL-MANNOUBYYA
SAYD AND HYZYYA
SONG OF FATIMA[1]
THE CITY GIRL AND THE COUNTRY GIRL
POPULAR TALES OF THE BERBERS
STORIES OF ANIMALS
THE TURTLE, THE FROG, AND THE SERPENT
THE HEDGEHOG, THE JACKAL, AND THE LION
THE STOLEN WOMAN
THE KING, THE ARAB, AND THE MONSTER
THE LION, THE JACKAL, AND THE MAN
SALOMON AND THE GRIFFIN
ADVENTURE OF SIDI MAHOMET
THE HAUNTED GARDEN
THE WOMAN AND THE FAIRY
HAMED-BEN-CEGGAD
THE MAGIC NAPKIN
THE CHILD AND THE KING OF THE GENII
THE SEVEN BROTHERS
HALF-A-COCK
STRANGE MEETINGS
THE KING AND HIS FAMILY
BEDDOU
THE LANGUAGE OF THE BEASTS
THE APPLE OF YOUTH
POPULAR TALES OF THE KABYLES
ALI AND OU ALI
THE INFIDEL JEW
THE SHEIK'S HEAD
THE WAGTAIL AND THE JACKAL
THE FLUTE-PLAYER
THE CHILD
THE MONKEY AND THE FISHERMAN
THE TWO FRIENDS
THE ROBBER AND THE TWO PILGRIMS
THE LITTLE CHILD
THE WREN
THE MULE, THE JACKAL, AND THE LION
THADHELLALA
THE GOOD MAN AND THE BAD ONE
THE CROW AND THE CHILD
H'AB SLIMAN
THE KING AND HIS SON
MAHOMET-BEN-SOLTAN
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WITH A SPECIAL INTRODUCTION BY
RENE BASSET, PH.D.
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FRANCE, AND DIRECTOR OF THE ACADEMIE D'ALGER
SPECIAL INTRODUCTION.
PREFACE
CONTENTS
MOORISH BALLADS
MOORISH ROMANCES
THE STORY OF SIDI BRAHIM OF MASSAT
FIVE BERBER STORIES
POEMS OF THE MAGHREB
POPULAR TALES OF THE BERBERS
POPULAR TALES OF THE KABYLES
MOORISH BALLADS
ROMANCEROS MORISCOS
MOORISH BALLADS
FATIMA'S LOVE
THE BRAGGART REBUKED
THE ADMIRAL'S FAREWELL
MORIANA AND GALVAN
THE BEREAVED FATHER
THE WARDEN OF MOLINA
THE LOVES OF BOABDIL AND VINDARAJA
THE LETTER OF VINDARAJA
THE LETTER OF THE KING
THE INFANTA SEVILLA AND PERANZUELOS
CELIN'S FAREWELL
CELIN'S RETURN
BAZA REVISITED
CAPTIVE ZARA
THE JEALOUS KING
THE LOVERS OF ANTEQUERA
TARFE'S TRUCE
THE TWO MOORISH KNIGHTS
THE KING'S DECISION
ALMANZOR AND BOBALIAS
THE MOORISH INFANTA AND ALFONZO RAMOS
THE BULL-FIGHT OF ZULEMA
THE RENEGADE
THE TOWER OF GOLD
THE DIRGE FOR ALIATAR
THE SHIP OF ZARA
HAMETE ALI
ZAIDE'S LOVE
ZAIDA'S JEALOUSY.
ZAIDA OF TOLEDO
ZAIDE REBUKED
ZAIDA'S INCONSTANCY
ZAIDE'S DESOLATION
ZAIDA'S LAMENT
ZAIDA'S CURSE
THE TOURNAMENT OF ZAIDE
ZAIDE'S COMPLAINT
GUHALA'S LOVE
AZARCO OF GRANADA
AZARCO REBUKED
ADELIFA'S FAREWELL
AZARCO'S FAREWELL
CELINDA'S COURTESY
GAZUL'S DESPONDENCY
GAZUL IN LOVE
CELINDA'S INCONSTANCY
THE BULL-FIGHT
LOVERS RECONCILED
CALL TO ARMS
GAZUL CALUMNIATED
GAZUL'S DESPAIR
VENGEANCE OF GAZUL
GAZUL AND ALBENZAIDE
GAZUL'S ARMS
THE TOURNAMENT
ABENUMEYA'S LAMENT
THE DESPONDENT LOVER
LOVE AND JEALOUSY
THE CAPTIVE OF TOLEDO
THE BLAZON OF ABENAMAR
WOMAN'S FICKLENESS
KING JUAN
ABENAMAR'S JEALOUSY
ADELIFA'S JEALOUSY
FUNERAL OF ABENAMAR
BALLAD OF ALBAYALDOS
THE NIGHT RAID OF REDUAN
SIEGE OF JAEN
THE DEATH OF REDUAN
THE AGED LOVER
FICKLENESS REBUKED
THE GALLEY-SLAVE OF DRAGUT
THE CAPTIVE'S LAMENT
STRIKE SAIL!
THE CAPTIVE'S ESCAPE
THE SPANIARD OF ORAN
MOORISH ROMANCES
MOORISH ROMANCES
THE BULL-FIGHT OF GAZUL
THE ZEGRI'S BRIDE
THE BRIDAL OF ANDALLA
ZARA'S EAR-RINGS
THE LAMENTATION FOR CELIN
THE STORY OF SIDI BRAHIM OF MASSAT
THE STORY OF SIDI BRAHIM OF MASSAT
I
II
III
IV
V
A STORY ABOUT THE COUNTRY OF AIT-BAMOURAN
VI
VII
VIII
IX
FIVE BERBER STORIES
DJOKHRANE AND THE JAYS
THE OGRE AND THE BEAUTIFUL WOMAN
THE FALSE VEZIR
THE SOUFI AND THE TARGUI
AHMED EL HILALIEU AND EL REDAH
POEMS OF THE MAGHREB
ALI'S ANSWER
IN HONOR OF LALLA AYCHA-EL-MANNOUBYYA
SAYD AND HYZYYA
THE AISSAOUA IN PARIS[A]
SONG OF FATIMA[1]
THE CITY GIRL AND THE COUNTRY GIRL
POPULAR TALES OF THE BERBERS
STORIES OF ANIMALS
THE TURTLE, THE FROG, AND THE SERPENT
THE HEDGEHOG, THE JACKAL, AND THE LION
THE STOLEN WOMAN
THE KING, THE ARAB, AND THE MONSTER
THE LION, THE JACKAL, AND THE MAN
SALOMON AND THE GRIFFIN
ADVENTURE OF SIDI MAHOMET
THE HAUNTED GARDEN
THE WOMAN AND THE FAIRY
HAMED-BEN-CEGGAD
THE MAGIC NAPKIN
THE CHILD AND THE KING OF THE GENII
THE SEVEN BROTHERS
HALF-A-COCK
STRANGE MEETINGS
THE KING AND HIS FAMILY
BEDDOU
THE LANGUAGE OF THE BEASTS
THE APPLE OF YOUTH
POPULAR TALES OF THE KABYLES
ALI AND OU ALI
THE INFIDEL JEW
THE SHEIK'S HEAD
THE WAGTAIL AND THE JACKAL
THE FLUTE-PLAYER
THE CHILD
THE MONKEY AND THE FISHERMAN
THE TWO FRIENDS
THE ROBBER AND THE TWO PILGRIMS
THE LITTLE CHILD
THE WREN
THE MULE, THE JACKAL, AND THE LION
THADHELLALA
THE GOOD MAN AND THE BAD ONE
THE CROW AND THE CHILD
H'AB SLIMAN
THE KING AND HIS SON
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OLD LADY NUMBER 31
BY LOUISE FORSSLUND
AUTHOR OF "THE STORY OF SARAH," "THE SHIP OF DREAMS," ETC.
TO MY MOTHER
CONTENTS
I. THE TEA-TABLE
II. "GOOD-BY"
III. THE CANDIDATE
IV. ONE OF THEM
V. THE HEAD OF THE CORNER
VI. INDIAN SUMMER
VII. OLD LETTERS AND NEW
VIII. THE ANNIVERSARY
IX. A WINTER BUTTERFLY
X. THE TURN OF THE TIDE
XI. MENTAL TREATMENT
XII. "A PASSEL OF MEDDLERS"
XIII. THE PRODIGAL'S DEPARTURE
XIV. CUTTING THE APRON-STRINGS
XV. THE "HARDENING" PROCESS
XVI. "A REG'LAR HOSS"
XVII. THE DESERTER
XVIII. SAMUEL'S WELCOME
XIX. EXCHANGING THE OLIVE-BRANCH
XX. THE FATTED CALF
XXI. "OUR BELOVED BROTHER"
I
THE TEA-TABLE
II
"GOOD-BY"
III
THE CANDIDATE
IV
ONE OF THEM
V
THE HEAD OF THE CORNER
VI
INDIAN SUMMER
VII
OLD LETTERS AND NEW
SAM'L DARBY, ESQ.
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THE ANNIVERSARY
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A WINTER BUTTERFLY
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THE TURN OF THE TIDE
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MENTAL TREATMENT
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"A PASSEL OF MEDDLERS"
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THE PRODIGAL'S DEPARTURE
XIV
CUTTING THE APRON-STRINGS
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THE "HARDENING" PROCESS
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"A REG'LAR HOSS"
XVII
THE DESERTER
XVIII
SAMUEL'S WELCOME
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EXCHANGING THE OLIVE-BRANCH
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THE FATTED CALF
XXI
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  1. That the Prince had always enjoyed good health previous to his arrival in Sweden, and, indeed, had not been ill, until after eating a cold pie at an inn, in Italy. He was shortly after seized with violent vomiting, while the rest of the company experienced no ill effects.

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PREFACE.
THE ELVES.
THE HEROES.
CONTENTS.
OTHER POEMS.
THE WEE FOLK.
BONNACH FALLAIDH.
(THE REMNANT BANNOCK.)
THE BANSHEE.
CONN, SON OF THE RED.
II.
THE SONG OF GOLL.
THE BLUE MEN OF THE MINCH.
THE URISK.
THE NIMBLE MEN.
(AURORA BOREALIS.)
MY GUNNA.
THE GRUAGACH.
(MILKMAID'S SONG.)
THE LITTLE OLD MAN OF THE BARN.
YON FAIRY DOG.
THE WATER-HORSE.
THE CHANGELING.
MY FAIRY LOVER.
THE FIANS OF KNOCKFARREL.
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
HER EVIL EYE.
A CURSING
LEOBAG'S[1] WARNING.
TOBER MHUIRE.
(WELL OF ST MARY.)
SLEEPY SONG.
SONG OF THE SEA.
THE DEATH OF CUCHULLIN.
LOST SONGS.
OTHER POEMS.
THE DREAM.
FREE WILL.
STRIFE.
SONNET.
"OUT OF THE MOUTHS OF BABES."
NOTES.
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PREFACE.
THE ELVES.
THE HEROES.
CONTENTS.
OTHER POEMS.
THE WEE FOLK.
BONNACH FALLAIDH.
(THE REMNANT BANNOCK.)
THE BANSHEE.
CONN, SON OF THE RED.
II.
THE SONG OF GOLL.
THE BLUE MEN OF THE MINCH.
THE URISK.
THE NIMBLE MEN.
(AURORA BOREALIS.)
MY GUNNA.
THE GRUAGACH.
(MILKMAID'S SONG.)
THE LITTLE OLD MAN OF THE BARN.
YON FAIRY DOG.
THE WATER-HORSE.
THE CHANGELING.
MY FAIRY LOVER.
THE FIANS OF KNOCKFARREL.
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
HER EVIL EYE.
A CURSING
LEOBAG'S[1] WARNING.
TOBER MHUIRE.
(WELL OF ST MARY.)
SLEEPY SONG.
SONG OF THE SEA.
THE DEATH OF CUCHULLIN.
LOST SONGS.
OTHER POEMS.
THE DREAM.
FREE WILL.
STRIFE.
SONNET.
"OUT OF THE MOUTHS OF BABES."
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  1. "After loyal peace negotiations and the conclusion and signing of peace treaties, secret diplomatic agreements must be regarded as abolished," says Wilson. On the contrary, secret peace negotiations have been protracted for more than six months, and no hearing was even granted to the German delegates who wished to expose their views. By a system of treaties France has created a military alliance with Belgium and Poland, thus completely cornering Germany.
  2. Absolute freedom of the sea beyond territorial waters. Nothing, as a matter of fact, has been changed from the pre-war state of things; with the difference that the losers have had to surrender their mercantile fleets and are therefore no longer directly interested in the question.
  3. Removal of all economic barriers and equality of trade conditions. The treaty imposes on Germany terms without reciprocity, and almost all Entente countries have already adopted protectionist and prohibitive tariffs.
  4. Adequate guarantees to be given and received for the reduction of armaments to a minimum compatible with home defence. The treaties have compelled the vanquished countries to destroy or to surrender their navies, and have reduced the standing armies of Germany to 100,000 men, including officers, of Bulgaria to 23,000, of Austria to 30,000 (in reality only 21,000), of Hungary to 35,000. The conquering states, on the other hand, maintain enormous armies numerically superior to those which they had before the War. France, Belgium and Poland have between them about 1,400,000 men with the colours. Germany, Austria, Hungary and Bulgaria altogether have only 179,000 men under arms, while Rumania alone has 206,000 and Poland more than 450,000 men.
  5. Loyal and straightforward settlement of colonial rights and claims, based chiefly on the advantage of the peoples directly concerned. All her colonies have been taken from Germany, who needed them more than any other country of continental Europe, having a density of population of 123 inhabitants per square kilometre (Italy has a density of 133 per square kilometre) while France has 74, Spain 40, and European Russia before the War had only 24.
  6. Evacuation of all Russian territories and cordial co-operation for the reconstruction and development of Russia. For a long time the
  7. Evacuation and reconstruction of Belgium. This has been done, but to Belgium have been assigned territories which she never dreamt of claiming before the War.
  8. Liberation of French territories, reconstruction of invaded regions and restitution of Alsace-Lorraine to France in respect of the territories taken from her in 1871. France occupies a dominating position in the Saar which constitutes an absolute denial of the principle of nationality.
  9. Rectification of the Italian frontier, according to clearly defined lines of nationality. As these lines have never been clearly defined or recognized, the solution arrived at has been distasteful both to the Italians and to their neighbours.
  10. The peoples of Austria-Hungary to be left free to unite together or to form autonomous states in the manner best suited to their development. As a matter of fact the treaties have taken the greatest possible number of Germans from Austria and of Magyars from Hungary in order to hand them over to Poland, to Czeko-Slovakia, to Rumania and to Jugo-Slavia, namely to populations for the most part inferior to the Germans.
  11. Evacuation of Rumania, Serbia and Montenegro. This has been effected, but whereas the Entente Powers have always proclaimed their fundamental duty for the reconstruction of Montenegro, they all contributed to its disappearance, chiefly at the instigation of France.
  12. _A limited sovereignty to the Turkish parts of the Ottoman Empire, liberation of other nationalities and freedom of navigation in the
  13. An independent Polish state with populations undoubtedly Polish to be founded as a neutral State with a free and secure outlet to the sea and whose integrity is to be guaranteed by international accords. In reality a Polish state has been formed with populations undoubtedly non-Polish, having a markedly military character and aiming at further expansion in Ukranian and German territory. It has a population of 31,000,000 inhabitants while it should not exceed 18,000,000, and proposes to isolate Russia from Germany. Moreover the Free State of Danzig, practically dependent from Poland, constitutes a standing menace to Germany.
  14. Foundation of the League of Nations for the sole purpose of re-establishing order among nations, and laying the basis of reciprocal guarantees of territorial integrity and political independence for all states, both great and small. After more than two years have elapsed since the conclusion of peace and three since the armistice the League of Nations is still nothing but a holy alliance the object of which is to guarantee the privileges of the conquerors. After the vote of the Senate, deserving of all praise from every point of view, the United States does not form part of the League nor do the losing countries, including Germany.

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  1. "After loyal peace negotiations and the conclusion and signing of peace treaties, secret diplomatic agreements must be regarded as abolished," says Wilson. On the contrary, secret peace negotiations have been protracted for more than six months, and no hearing was even granted to the German delegates who wished to expose their views. By a system of treaties France has created a military alliance with Belgium and Poland, thus completely cornering Germany.
  2. Absolute freedom of the sea beyond territorial waters. Nothing, as a matter of fact, has been changed from the pre-war state of things; with the difference that the losers have had to surrender their mercantile fleets and are therefore no longer directly interested in the question.
  3. Removal of all economic barriers and equality of trade conditions. The treaty imposes on Germany terms without reciprocity, and almost all Entente countries have already adopted protectionist and prohibitive tariffs.
  4. Adequate guarantees to be given and received for the reduction of armaments to a minimum compatible with home defence. The treaties have compelled the vanquished countries to destroy or to surrender their navies, and have reduced the standing armies of Germany to 100,000 men, including officers, of Bulgaria to 23,000, of Austria to 30,000 (in reality only 21,000), of Hungary to 35,000. The conquering states, on the other hand, maintain enormous armies numerically superior to those which they had before the War. France, Belgium and Poland have between them about 1,400,000 men with the colours. Germany, Austria, Hungary and Bulgaria altogether have only 179,000 men under arms, while Rumania alone has 206,000 and Poland more than 450,000 men.
  5. Loyal and straightforward settlement of colonial rights and claims, based chiefly on the advantage of the peoples directly concerned. All her colonies have been taken from Germany, who needed them more than any other country of continental Europe, having a density of population of 123 inhabitants per square kilometre (Italy has a density of 133 per square kilometre) while France has 74, Spain 40, and European Russia before the War had only 24.
  6. Evacuation of all Russian territories and cordial co-operation for the reconstruction and development of Russia. For a long time the
  7. Evacuation and reconstruction of Belgium. This has been done, but to Belgium have been assigned territories which she never dreamt of claiming before the War.
  8. Liberation of French territories, reconstruction of invaded regions and restitution of Alsace-Lorraine to France in respect of the territories taken from her in 1871. France occupies a dominating position in the Saar which constitutes an absolute denial of the principle of nationality.
  9. Rectification of the Italian frontier, according to clearly defined lines of nationality. As these lines have never been clearly defined or recognized, the solution arrived at has been distasteful both to the Italians and to their neighbours.
  10. The peoples of Austria-Hungary to be left free to unite together or to form autonomous states in the manner best suited to their development. As a matter of fact the treaties have taken the greatest possible number of Germans from Austria and of Magyars from Hungary in order to hand them over to Poland, to Czeko-Slovakia, to Rumania and to Jugo-Slavia, namely to populations for the most part inferior to the Germans.
  11. Evacuation of Rumania, Serbia and Montenegro. This has been effected, but whereas the Entente Powers have always proclaimed their fundamental duty for the reconstruction of Montenegro, they all contributed to its disappearance, chiefly at the instigation of France.
  12. _A limited sovereignty to the Turkish parts of the Ottoman Empire, liberation of other nationalities and freedom of navigation in the
  13. An independent Polish state with populations undoubtedly Polish to be founded as a neutral State with a free and secure outlet to the sea and whose integrity is to be guaranteed by international accords. In reality a Polish state has been formed with populations undoubtedly non-Polish, having a markedly military character and aiming at further expansion in Ukranian and German territory. It has a population of 31,000,000 inhabitants while it should not exceed 18,000,000, and proposes to isolate Russia from Germany. Moreover the Free State of Danzig, practically dependent from Poland, constitutes a standing menace to Germany.
  14. Foundation of the League of Nations for the sole purpose of re-establishing order among nations, and laying the basis of reciprocal guarantees of territorial integrity and political independence for all states, both great and small. After more than two years have elapsed since the conclusion of peace and three since the armistice the League of Nations is still nothing but a holy alliance the object of which is to guarantee the privileges of the conquerors. After the vote of the Senate, deserving of all praise from every point of view, the United States does not form part of the League nor do the losing countries, including Germany.

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PUNCHINELLO
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD,
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD.
AN ADAPTATION.
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR.
CHAPTER XXV.
THE SKELETON IS MCLAUGHLIN'S CLOSET.
PUNCHINELLO CORRESPONDENCE
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
AN ACQUAINTANCE.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
PARIS, FOURTH WEEK OF THE REPUBLIC, 1870.
DICK TINTO.
ASPIRATION.
APPARENTLY ANOMALOUS.
OUR PRIVATE GALLERIES.
RULES AND MAXIMS.
RIGHT TO THE SPOT.
A QUERY FOR STEEPLE-CHASERS.
POEMS OF THE CRADLE.
CANTO VIII.
AN OBVIOUS ILLUSTRATION
Y. P. "NO, DARN YER--GIMME AMERICAN ONES."]
COUNT BISMARCK'S ACCOUNT.
"DOST KNOW ME?"
THE END.
"WELL SAID, OLD MOLE!"
BLOOD AND THUNDER!
"FALL" WEATHER.
U. S. G. "NO: I AM FAR-SIGHTED; FOR I CAN RECOGNIZE FRANCE."]
HIRAM GREEN'S POLITICAL SENTIMENTS.
LAST WORDS OF EMINENT MEN.
A FREE TRADER.
THE MEDICAL CONFIDENCE GAME.
"FIAT LUX."
SCIENCE AND ENDURANCE.
A SURPRISING PROPHECY.
THE PLAYS AND SHOWS.
PICADOR.
VORACIOUS VEGETATION.
Q.
THE QUEUE-RIOUS FUTURE.
AN ODE-IOUS SUGGESTION.
SOCIAL SCIENCE BY TELEGRAPH.
A GROWL FROM A BRITON.
YORKSHIRE-PUDDINGHEAD.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD,
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD.
AN ADAPTATION.
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR.
CHAPTER XXV.
THE SKELETON IS MCLAUGHLIN'S CLOSET.
PUNCHINELLO CORRESPONDENCE
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
AN ACQUAINTANCE.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
PARIS, FOURTH WEEK OF THE REPUBLIC, 1870.
DICK TINTO.
ASPIRATION.
APPARENTLY ANOMALOUS.
OUR PRIVATE GALLERIES.
RULES AND MAXIMS.
RIGHT TO THE SPOT.
A QUERY FOR STEEPLE-CHASERS.
POEMS OF THE CRADLE.
CANTO VIII.
AN OBVIOUS ILLUSTRATION
Y. P. "NO, DARN YER--GIMME AMERICAN ONES."]
COUNT BISMARCK'S ACCOUNT.
"DOST KNOW ME?"
THE END.
"WELL SAID, OLD MOLE!"
BLOOD AND THUNDER!
"FALL" WEATHER.
U. S. G. "NO: I AM FAR-SIGHTED; FOR I CAN RECOGNIZE FRANCE."]
HIRAM GREEN'S POLITICAL SENTIMENTS.
LAST WORDS OF EMINENT MEN.
A FREE TRADER.
THE MEDICAL CONFIDENCE GAME.
"FIAT LUX."
SCIENCE AND ENDURANCE.
A SURPRISING PROPHECY.
THE PLAYS AND SHOWS.
PICADOR.
VORACIOUS VEGETATION.
Q.
THE QUEUE-RIOUS FUTURE.
AN ODE-IOUS SUGGESTION.
SOCIAL SCIENCE BY TELEGRAPH.
A GROWL FROM A BRITON.
YORKSHIRE-PUDDINGHEAD.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD,
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD.
AN ADAPTATION.
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR.
CHAPTER XXIV.
MR. CLEWS AT HIS NOVEL.[1]
SOME TRAITS OF THE CHINESE.
NAPOLEON'S CORRESPONDENCE.
"CLICHY PRISON.
A CAPITOL MOVE.
THE PLAYS AND SHOWS.
MATADOR.
"THE RIGHT PARTY."
"ONE MORE UNFORTUNATE."
THE MORNING HAVING BEEN BRIGHT AND CLEAR, MR. DEBOOTS DECIDED TO AVAIL
AN AGRICULTURAL RHYME.
NOT BY H. G.
SALVATION FOR EUROPE.
HIRAM GREEN AT THE BOSTON WOMAN'S CONVENTION.
FALLEN ON THE MARCH.
AUTUMN SONG.
SARSFIELD YOUNG ATTENDS A COUNTY FAIR.
SARSFIELD YOUNG.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
PARIS, THIRD WEEK OF THE REPUBLIC, 1870.
L A T E R.
NEWSPAPER PERILS.
A NEW SENSATION WANTED.
PUSS AS A PORT-MONNAIE.
NEW PUBLICATIONS.
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PUBLISHED BY THE
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83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD,
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD.
AN ADAPTATION.
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR.
CHAPTER XXIV.
MR. CLEWS AT HIS NOVEL.[1]
SOME TRAITS OF THE CHINESE.
NAPOLEON'S CORRESPONDENCE.
"CLICHY PRISON.
A CAPITOL MOVE.
THE PLAYS AND SHOWS.
MATADOR.
"THE RIGHT PARTY."
"ONE MORE UNFORTUNATE."
THE MORNING HAVING BEEN BRIGHT AND CLEAR, MR. DEBOOTS DECIDED TO AVAIL
AN AGRICULTURAL RHYME.
NOT BY H. G.
SALVATION FOR EUROPE.
HIRAM GREEN AT THE BOSTON WOMAN'S CONVENTION.
FALLEN ON THE MARCH.
AUTUMN SONG.
SARSFIELD YOUNG ATTENDS A COUNTY FAIR.
SARSFIELD YOUNG.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
PARIS, THIRD WEEK OF THE REPUBLIC, 1870.
L A T E R.
NEWSPAPER PERILS.
A NEW SENSATION WANTED.
PUSS AS A PORT-MONNAIE.
NEW PUBLICATIONS.
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GEORGE MACDONALD
CONTENTS
I. WHO HE WAS AND WHERE HE WAS
ILLUSTRATIONS
BY
WILLIE'S HORSE-SHOEING FORGE (FRONTISPIECE)
THE HISTORY OF GUTTA-PERCHA WILLIE.
CHAPTER I.
WHO HE WAS AND WHERE HE WAS.
CHAPTER II.
WILLIE'S EDUCATION.
CHAPTER III.
HE IS TURNED INTO SOMETHING HE NEVER WAS BEFORE.
CHAPTER IV.
HE SERVES AN APPRENTICESHIP.
CHAPTER V.
HE GOES TO LEARN A TRADE.
CHAPTER VI.
HOW WILLIE LEARNED TO READ BEFORE HE KNEW HIS LETTERS.
CHAPTER VII.
SOME THINGS THAT CAME OF WILLIE'S GOING TO SCHOOL.
CHAPTER VIII.
WILLIE DIGS AND FINDS WHAT HE DID NOT EXPECT.
CHAPTER IX.
A MARVEL.
CHAPTER X.
A NEW ALARUM.
CHAPTER XI.
SOME OF THE SIGHTS WILLIE SAW.
CHAPTER XII.
A NEW SCHEME.
CHAPTER XIII.
WILLIE'S NEST IN THE RUINS.
CHAPTER XIV.
WILLIE'S GRANDMOTHER.
CHAPTER XV.
HYDRAULICS.
CHAPTER XVI.
HECTOR HINTS AT A DISCOVERY.
CHAPTER XVII.
HOW WILLIE WENT ON.
CHAPTER XVIII.
WILLIE'S TALK WITH HIS GRANDMOTHER.
CHAPTER XVIX.
CHAPTER XX.
HOW WILLIE DID HIS BEST TO MAKE A BIRD OF AGNES.
CHAPTER XXI.
HOW AGNES LIKED BEING A BIRD.
CHAPTER XXII.
WILLIE'S PLANS BUD.
CHAPTER XXIII.
WILLIE'S PLANS BLOSSOM.
CHAPTER XXIV.
WILLIE'S PLANS BEAR FRUIT.
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A SOLDIER OF VIRGINIA
A TALE OF COLONEL WASHINGTON AND BRADDOCK'S DEFEAT
BY BURTON EGBERT STEVENSON
TO THE MEMORY OF THE GALLANT MEN WHO FELL WITH DUST OF FAILURE BITTER ON
CONTENTS
I. LIEUTENANT ALLEN GROWS INSULTING
II. THE STORY OF FONTENOY
III. IN WHICH I INTRODUCE MYSELF
IV. THE ENDING OF THE HONEYMOON
V. THE SECRET OF A HEART
VI. I AM TREATED TO A SURPRISE
VII. I DECIDE TO BE A SOLDIER
VIII. A RIDE TO WILLIAMSBURG
IX. MY FIRST TASTE OF WARFARE
X. THE FRENCH SCORE FIRST
XI. DREAM DAYS AT RIVERVIEW
XII. DOROTHY MAKES HER CHOICE
XIII. LIEUTENANT ALLEN SHOWS HIS SKILL
XIV. I CHANCE UPON A TRAGEDY
XV. WE START ON A WEARY JOURNEY
XVI. THE END IN SIGHT
XVII. THE LESSON OF THE WILDERNESS
XVIII. DEFEAT BECOMES DISHONOR
XIX. ALLEN AND I SHAKE HANDS
XX. BRADDOCK PAYS THE PRICE
XXI. VIRGINIA BIDS US WELCOME
XXII. A NEW DANGER AT RIVERVIEW
XXIII. THE GOVERNOR SHOWS HIS GRATITUDE
XXIV. A WARNING FROM THE FOREST
XXV. I FIND MYSELF IN A DELICATE SITUATION
XXVI. A DESPERATE DEFENSE
XXVII. I COME INTO MY OWN
XXVIII. AND SO, GOOD-BY
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
"I DO NOT LOVE HIM, TOM"
"FOR SHAME, GENTLEMEN!"
"STEWART, LISTEN!"
THE SAVAGES POURED OVEB THE THRESHOLD
A SOLDIER OF VIRGINIA
CHAPTER I
LIEUTENANT ALLEN GROWS INSULTING
CHAPTER II
THE STORY OF FONTENOY
CHAPTER III
IN WHICH I INTRODUCE MYSELF
CHAPTER IV
THE ENDING OF THE HONEYMOON
CHAPTER V
THE SECRET OF A HEART
CHAPTER VI
I AM TREATED TO A SURPRISE
CHAPTER VII
I DECIDE TO BE A SOLDIER
CHAPTER VIII
A RIDE TO WILLIAMSBURG
CHAPTER IX
MY FIRST TASTE OF WARFARE
CHAPTER X
THE FRENCH SCORE FIRST
CHAPTER XI
DREAM DAYS AT RIVERVIEW
CHAPTER XII
DOROTHY MAKES HER CHOICE
CHAPTER XIII
LIEUTENANT ALLEN SHOWS HIS SKILL
CHAPTER XIV
I CHANCE UPON A TRAGEDY
CHAPTER XV
WE START ON A WEARY JOURNEY
CHAPTER XVI
THE END IN SIGHT
CHAPTER XVII
THE LESSON OF THE WILDERNESS
CHAPTER XVIII
DEFEAT BECOMES DISHONOR
CHAPTER XIX
ALLEN AND I SHAKE HANDS
CHAPTER XX
BRADDOCK PAYS THE PRICE
CHAPTER XXI
VIRGINIA BIDS US WELCOME
CHAPTER XXII
A NEW DANGER AT RIVERVIEW
CHAPTER XXIII
THE GOVERNOR SHOWS HIS GRATITUDE
CHAPTER XXIV
A WARNING FROM THE FOREST
CHAPTER XXV
I FIND MYSELF IN A DELICATE SITUATION
CHAPTER XXVI
A DESPERATE DEFENSE
CHAPTER XXVII
I COME INTO MY OWN
CHAPTER XVIII
AND SO, GOOD-BY
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A TALE OF COLONEL WASHINGTON AND BRADDOCK'S DEFEAT
BY BURTON EGBERT STEVENSON
TO THE MEMORY OF THE GALLANT MEN WHO FELL WITH DUST OF FAILURE BITTER ON
CONTENTS
I. LIEUTENANT ALLEN GROWS INSULTING
II. THE STORY OF FONTENOY
III. IN WHICH I INTRODUCE MYSELF
IV. THE ENDING OF THE HONEYMOON
V. THE SECRET OF A HEART
VI. I AM TREATED TO A SURPRISE
VII. I DECIDE TO BE A SOLDIER
VIII. A RIDE TO WILLIAMSBURG
IX. MY FIRST TASTE OF WARFARE
X. THE FRENCH SCORE FIRST
XI. DREAM DAYS AT RIVERVIEW
XII. DOROTHY MAKES HER CHOICE
XIII. LIEUTENANT ALLEN SHOWS HIS SKILL
XIV. I CHANCE UPON A TRAGEDY
XV. WE START ON A WEARY JOURNEY
XVI. THE END IN SIGHT
XVII. THE LESSON OF THE WILDERNESS
XVIII. DEFEAT BECOMES DISHONOR
XIX. ALLEN AND I SHAKE HANDS
XX. BRADDOCK PAYS THE PRICE
XXI. VIRGINIA BIDS US WELCOME
XXII. A NEW DANGER AT RIVERVIEW
XXIII. THE GOVERNOR SHOWS HIS GRATITUDE
XXIV. A WARNING FROM THE FOREST
XXV. I FIND MYSELF IN A DELICATE SITUATION
XXVI. A DESPERATE DEFENSE
XXVII. I COME INTO MY OWN
XXVIII. AND SO, GOOD-BY
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
"I DO NOT LOVE HIM, TOM"
"FOR SHAME, GENTLEMEN!"
"STEWART, LISTEN!"
THE SAVAGES POURED OVEB THE THRESHOLD
A SOLDIER OF VIRGINIA
CHAPTER I
LIEUTENANT ALLEN GROWS INSULTING
CHAPTER II
THE STORY OF FONTENOY
CHAPTER III
IN WHICH I INTRODUCE MYSELF
CHAPTER IV
THE ENDING OF THE HONEYMOON
CHAPTER V
THE SECRET OF A HEART
CHAPTER VI
I AM TREATED TO A SURPRISE
CHAPTER VII
I DECIDE TO BE A SOLDIER
CHAPTER VIII
A RIDE TO WILLIAMSBURG
CHAPTER IX
MY FIRST TASTE OF WARFARE
CHAPTER X
THE FRENCH SCORE FIRST
CHAPTER XI
DREAM DAYS AT RIVERVIEW
CHAPTER XII
DOROTHY MAKES HER CHOICE
CHAPTER XIII
LIEUTENANT ALLEN SHOWS HIS SKILL
CHAPTER XIV
I CHANCE UPON A TRAGEDY
CHAPTER XV
WE START ON A WEARY JOURNEY
CHAPTER XVI
THE END IN SIGHT
CHAPTER XVII
THE LESSON OF THE WILDERNESS
CHAPTER XVIII
DEFEAT BECOMES DISHONOR
CHAPTER XIX
ALLEN AND I SHAKE HANDS
CHAPTER XX
BRADDOCK PAYS THE PRICE
CHAPTER XXI
VIRGINIA BIDS US WELCOME
CHAPTER XXII
A NEW DANGER AT RIVERVIEW
CHAPTER XXIII
THE GOVERNOR SHOWS HIS GRATITUDE
CHAPTER XXIV
A WARNING FROM THE FOREST
CHAPTER XXV
I FIND MYSELF IN A DELICATE SITUATION
CHAPTER XXVI
A DESPERATE DEFENSE
CHAPTER XXVII
I COME INTO MY OWN
CHAPTER XVIII
AND SO, GOOD-BY
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THE TWILIGHT
BY
RICHARD GARNETT
MDCCCCIII
TO
HORACE HOWARD FURNESS
CONTENTS
THE TWILIGHT OF THE GODS
I
II
III
IV
V
THE POTION OF LAO-TSZE
ABDALLAH THE ADITE
ANANDA THE MIRACLE WORKER
THE CITY OF PHILOSOPHERS
I
II
III
THE DEMON POPE
THE CUPBEARER
THE WISDOM OF THE INDIANS
THE DUMB ORACLE
I
II
DUKE VIRGIL
I
II
THE CLAW
ALEXANDER THE RATCATCHER
I
II
"LE PAPE ALEXANDRE ESTOYT PRENEUR DE RATZ." [*]
III
THE REWARDS OF INDUSTRY
MADAM LUCIFER
THE TALISMANS
THE ELIXIR OF LIFE
THE POET OF PANOPOLIS
I
II
III
THE PURPLE HEAD
I
II
III
THE FIREFLY
PAN'S WAND
A PAGE FROM THE BOOK OF FOLLY
I
II
III
"HAC MAGNUS STULTUS JACET IN FOSSA SEPULTUS.
"SERVED HIM RIGHT."
THE BELL OF SAINT EUSCHEMON
"CAN'T YOU LET WELL ALONE?"
BISHOP ADDO AND BISHOP GADDO
THE PHILOSOPHER AND THE BUTTERFLIES
TRUTH AND HER COMPANIONS
THE THREE PALACES
NEW READINGS IN BIOGRAPHY
THE POISON MAID
I
II
NOTES
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HORACE HOWARD FURNESS
CONTENTS
THE TWILIGHT OF THE GODS
I
II
III
IV
V
THE POTION OF LAO-TSZE
ABDALLAH THE ADITE
ANANDA THE MIRACLE WORKER
THE CITY OF PHILOSOPHERS
I
II
III
THE DEMON POPE
THE CUPBEARER
THE WISDOM OF THE INDIANS
THE DUMB ORACLE
I
II
DUKE VIRGIL
I
II
THE CLAW
ALEXANDER THE RATCATCHER
I
II
"LE PAPE ALEXANDRE ESTOYT PRENEUR DE RATZ." [*]
III
THE REWARDS OF INDUSTRY
MADAM LUCIFER
THE TALISMANS
THE ELIXIR OF LIFE
THE POET OF PANOPOLIS
I
II
III
THE PURPLE HEAD
I
II
III
THE FIREFLY
PAN'S WAND
A PAGE FROM THE BOOK OF FOLLY
I
II
III
"HAC MAGNUS STULTUS JACET IN FOSSA SEPULTUS.
"SERVED HIM RIGHT."
THE BELL OF SAINT EUSCHEMON
"CAN'T YOU LET WELL ALONE?"
BISHOP ADDO AND BISHOP GADDO
THE PHILOSOPHER AND THE BUTTERFLIES
TRUTH AND HER COMPANIONS
THE THREE PALACES
NEW READINGS IN BIOGRAPHY
THE POISON MAID
I
II
NOTES
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THE TROJAN WOMEN OF EURIPIDES
TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH RHYMING VERSE WITH EXPLANATORY NOTES BY
GILBERT MURRAY, LL.D., D.LITT.
REGIUS PROFESSOR OF GREEK IN THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
THE TROJAN WOMEN
FRANCIS HOVEY STODDARD.
INTRODUCTORY NOTE
G. M.
THE TROJAN WOMEN
CHARACTERS IN THE PLAY
THE GOD POSEIDON.
THE GODDESS PALLAS ATHENA.
SOLDIERS ATTENDANT ON TALTHYBIUS AND MENELAUS.
CHORUS OF CAPTIVE TROJAN WOMEN, YOUNG AND OLD, MAIDEN AND MARRIED.
THE TROJAN WOMEN
POSEIDON.[1]
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
HECUBA.
FIRST WOMAN.
HECUBA.
SECOND WOMAN.
THIRD WOMAN.
HECUBA.
FIRST WOMAN.
HECUBA.
FOURTH WOMAN.
FIFTH WOMAN.
HECUBA.
FIFTH WOMAN.
SIXTH WOMAN.
FIFTH WOMAN.
HECUBA.
FOURTH WOMAN.
HECUBA.
A WOMAN TO ANOTHER.
THE OTHER.
ANOTHER.
ANOTHER.
ANOTHER.
ANOTHER.
ANOTHER.
A WOMAN.
ANOTHER.
ANOTHER.
ANOTHER.
LEADER.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
CASSANDRA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
CASSANDRA.
LEADER OF CHORUS.
HECUBA.
A MAIDEN.
LEADER.
ANDROMACHE
HECUBA.
ANDROMACHE.
HECUBA.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
ANDROMACHE[33] .
HECUBA.
ANDROMACHE.
HECUBA.
ANDROMACHE.
HECUBA.
ANDROMACHE.
HECUBA.
ANDROMACHE.
ANDROMACHE.
HECUBA.
ANDROMACHE.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
ANDROMACHE.
TALTHYBIUS.
ANDROMACHE.
TALTHYBIUS.
ANDROMACHE.
TALTHYBIUS.
ANDROMACHE.
TALTHYBIUS.
ANDROMACHE.
TALTHYBIUS.
ANDROMACHE.
TALTHYBIUS.
ANDROMACHE.
TALTHYBIUS.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
CHORUS.
MENELAUS[36] .
HECUBA.
HECUBA.
HELEN.
HELEN.
MENELAUS.
HECUBA.
MENELAUS.
HELEN.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
MENELAUS.
HECUBA.
MENELAUS.
HECUBA.
MENELAUS.
HECUBA.
MENELAUS.
CHORUS[42] .
EURIPIDES
LEADER.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
CHORUS.
HECUBA.
THE TROJAN WOMEN
CHORUS.
HECUBA.
CHORUS.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
CHORUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
CHORUS.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
CHORUS.
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THE TROJAN WOMEN OF EURIPIDES
TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH RHYMING VERSE WITH EXPLANATORY NOTES BY
GILBERT MURRAY, LL.D., D.LITT.
REGIUS PROFESSOR OF GREEK IN THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
THE TROJAN WOMEN
FRANCIS HOVEY STODDARD.
INTRODUCTORY NOTE
G. M.
THE TROJAN WOMEN
CHARACTERS IN THE PLAY
THE GOD POSEIDON.
THE GODDESS PALLAS ATHENA.
SOLDIERS ATTENDANT ON TALTHYBIUS AND MENELAUS.
CHORUS OF CAPTIVE TROJAN WOMEN, YOUNG AND OLD, MAIDEN AND MARRIED.
THE TROJAN WOMEN
POSEIDON.[1]
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
PALLAS.
POSEIDON.
HECUBA.
FIRST WOMAN.
HECUBA.
SECOND WOMAN.
THIRD WOMAN.
HECUBA.
FIRST WOMAN.
HECUBA.
FOURTH WOMAN.
FIFTH WOMAN.
HECUBA.
FIFTH WOMAN.
SIXTH WOMAN.
FIFTH WOMAN.
HECUBA.
FOURTH WOMAN.
HECUBA.
A WOMAN TO ANOTHER.
THE OTHER.
ANOTHER.
ANOTHER.
ANOTHER.
ANOTHER.
ANOTHER.
A WOMAN.
ANOTHER.
ANOTHER.
ANOTHER.
LEADER.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
CASSANDRA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
CASSANDRA.
LEADER OF CHORUS.
HECUBA.
A MAIDEN.
LEADER.
ANDROMACHE
HECUBA.
ANDROMACHE.
HECUBA.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
ANDROMACHE[33] .
HECUBA.
ANDROMACHE.
HECUBA.
ANDROMACHE.
HECUBA.
ANDROMACHE.
HECUBA.
ANDROMACHE.
ANDROMACHE.
HECUBA.
ANDROMACHE.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
ANDROMACHE.
TALTHYBIUS.
ANDROMACHE.
TALTHYBIUS.
ANDROMACHE.
TALTHYBIUS.
ANDROMACHE.
TALTHYBIUS.
ANDROMACHE.
TALTHYBIUS.
ANDROMACHE.
TALTHYBIUS.
ANDROMACHE.
TALTHYBIUS.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
CHORUS.
MENELAUS[36] .
HECUBA.
HECUBA.
HELEN.
HELEN.
MENELAUS.
HECUBA.
MENELAUS.
HELEN.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
MENELAUS.
HECUBA.
MENELAUS.
HECUBA.
MENELAUS.
HECUBA.
MENELAUS.
CHORUS[42] .
EURIPIDES
LEADER.
TALTHYBIUS.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
CHORUS.
HECUBA.
THE TROJAN WOMEN
CHORUS.
HECUBA.
CHORUS.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
CHORUS.
HECUBA.
TALTHYBIUS.
CHORUS.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
LEADER.
HECUBA.
CHORUS.
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START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK HEALING NATIONS
THE HEALING OF NATIONS AND THE HIDDEN SOURCES OF THEIR STRIFE
CONTENTS
I. INTRODUCTORY
II. WAR-MADNESS
III. THE ROOTS OF THE GREAT WAR
IV. THE CASE AGAINST GERMANY
V. THE CASE FOR GERMANY
VI. THE HEALING OF NATIONS
VII. PATRIOTISM AND INTERNATIONALISM
VIII. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF WAR AND RECRUITING
IX. CONSCRIPTION
X. HOW SHALL THE PLAGUE BE STAYED?
XI. COMMERCIAL PROSPERITY THE PROSPERITY OF A CLASS
XII. COLONIES AND SEAPORTS
XIII. WAR AND THE SEX IMPULSE
XIV. THE OVER-POPULATION SCARE
XV. THE FRIENDLY AND THE FIGHTING INSTINCTS
XVI. NEVER AGAIN!
XVII. THE TREE OF LIFE
APPENDIX
I
INTRODUCTORY
FOOTNOTES
II
WAR-MADNESS
III
THE ROOTS OF THE GREAT WAR[2]
FOOTNOTES
IV
THE CASE AGAINST GERMANY;
FOOTNOTES
V.
THE CASE FOR GERMANY
FOOTNOTES
VI
THE HEALING OF, NATIONS[18]
FOOTNOTES
VII
PATRIOTISM AND INTERNATIONALISM
VIII
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF, WAR AND RECRUITING
FOOTNOTES
IX
CONSCRIPTION
X
HOW SHALL THE PLAGUE BE STAYED?
FOOTNOTES
XI
COMMERCIAL PROSPERITY THE PROSPERITY OF A CLASS
FOOTNOTES
XII
COLONIES AND SEAPORTS
XIII
WAR AND THE SEX IMPULSE
FOOTNOTES
XIV
THE OVER-POPULATION SCARE
FOOTNOTES
XV
THE FRIENDLY AND THE FIGHTING INSTINCTS
FOOTNOTES
XVI
NEVER AGAIN!
FOOTNOTES
XVII
THE TREE OF LIFE
FOOTNOTES
APPENDIX
APPENDIX
A NEW AND BETTER PEACE.
THE CHANGE FROM THE GERMANY OF KANT AND GOETHE AND SCHUBERT TO THE
GERMAN PUBLIC OPINION IN 1913 WITH REGARD TO THE IMPENDING WAR.
POLITICAL IGNORANCE IN GERMANY.
GERMANY'S PURPOSE.
ENGLAND'S PERFIDY.
"ERNST HAECKEL.
"RUDOLF EUCKEN."
FROM THE MANIFESTO OF PROFESSOR EUCKEN.
NIETZSCHE ON DISARMAMENT.
THE EFFECT OF DISARMAMENT.
THE PRINCIPLE OF NATIONALITY.
CONSCRIPTION.
H.G. WELLS ON THE REGULATION OF ARMAMENTS AND NEUTRALIZATION OF THE SEA.
THE WAR AND DEMOCRACY.
THE FUTURE SETTLEMENT.
A WAR NOTE FOR DEMOCRATS.
PATRIOTISM!
NO PATRIOTISM IN BUSINESS!
MANIFESTO OF THE INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY.
RESPONSIBILITY RESTS ON THE WHOLE CAPITALIST CLASS.
TEXT OF LIEBKNECHT'S PROTEST.
"KARL LIEBKNECHT.
DANGER OF RUSSIA.
LETTER ON RUSSIA FROM P. KROPOTKIN.
THE FUTURE OF EUROPE.
"P. KROPOTKIN."
SERVIA.
THE BATTLEFIELD.
CHINESE CHRISTIANS ON THE WAR.
ESSENTIAL FRIENDLINESS OF PEOPLES.
RECONCILIATION IN DEATH.
CHRISTMAS, 1914.
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THE HEALING OF NATIONS AND THE HIDDEN SOURCES OF THEIR STRIFE
CONTENTS
I. INTRODUCTORY
II. WAR-MADNESS
III. THE ROOTS OF THE GREAT WAR
IV. THE CASE AGAINST GERMANY
V. THE CASE FOR GERMANY
VI. THE HEALING OF NATIONS
VII. PATRIOTISM AND INTERNATIONALISM
VIII. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF WAR AND RECRUITING
IX. CONSCRIPTION
X. HOW SHALL THE PLAGUE BE STAYED?
XI. COMMERCIAL PROSPERITY THE PROSPERITY OF A CLASS
XII. COLONIES AND SEAPORTS
XIII. WAR AND THE SEX IMPULSE
XIV. THE OVER-POPULATION SCARE
XV. THE FRIENDLY AND THE FIGHTING INSTINCTS
XVI. NEVER AGAIN!
XVII. THE TREE OF LIFE
APPENDIX
I
INTRODUCTORY
FOOTNOTES
II
WAR-MADNESS
III
THE ROOTS OF THE GREAT WAR[2]
FOOTNOTES
IV
THE CASE AGAINST GERMANY;
FOOTNOTES
V.
THE CASE FOR GERMANY
FOOTNOTES
VI
THE HEALING OF, NATIONS[18]
FOOTNOTES
VII
PATRIOTISM AND INTERNATIONALISM
VIII
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF, WAR AND RECRUITING
FOOTNOTES
IX
CONSCRIPTION
X
HOW SHALL THE PLAGUE BE STAYED?
FOOTNOTES
XI
COMMERCIAL PROSPERITY THE PROSPERITY OF A CLASS
FOOTNOTES
XII
COLONIES AND SEAPORTS
XIII
WAR AND THE SEX IMPULSE
FOOTNOTES
XIV
THE OVER-POPULATION SCARE
FOOTNOTES
XV
THE FRIENDLY AND THE FIGHTING INSTINCTS
FOOTNOTES
XVI
NEVER AGAIN!
FOOTNOTES
XVII
THE TREE OF LIFE
FOOTNOTES
APPENDIX
APPENDIX
A NEW AND BETTER PEACE.
THE CHANGE FROM THE GERMANY OF KANT AND GOETHE AND SCHUBERT TO THE
GERMAN PUBLIC OPINION IN 1913 WITH REGARD TO THE IMPENDING WAR.
POLITICAL IGNORANCE IN GERMANY.
GERMANY'S PURPOSE.
ENGLAND'S PERFIDY.
"ERNST HAECKEL.
"RUDOLF EUCKEN."
FROM THE MANIFESTO OF PROFESSOR EUCKEN.
NIETZSCHE ON DISARMAMENT.
THE EFFECT OF DISARMAMENT.
THE PRINCIPLE OF NATIONALITY.
CONSCRIPTION.
H.G. WELLS ON THE REGULATION OF ARMAMENTS AND NEUTRALIZATION OF THE SEA.
THE WAR AND DEMOCRACY.
THE FUTURE SETTLEMENT.
A WAR NOTE FOR DEMOCRATS.
PATRIOTISM!
NO PATRIOTISM IN BUSINESS!
MANIFESTO OF THE INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY.
RESPONSIBILITY RESTS ON THE WHOLE CAPITALIST CLASS.
TEXT OF LIEBKNECHT'S PROTEST.
"KARL LIEBKNECHT.
DANGER OF RUSSIA.
LETTER ON RUSSIA FROM P. KROPOTKIN.
THE FUTURE OF EUROPE.
"P. KROPOTKIN."
SERVIA.
THE BATTLEFIELD.
CHINESE CHRISTIANS ON THE WAR.
ESSENTIAL FRIENDLINESS OF PEOPLES.
RECONCILIATION IN DEATH.
CHRISTMAS, 1914.
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  1. The approach marches of the Desert Mounted Corps and the XXth Corps (10th, 53rd, 60th, and 74th Divisions), followed by the dashing attacks of the 60th and 74th Divisions and the rapid turning movement of the Desert Mounted Corps, ending in the fine charge of the 4th Australian Light Horse Brigade, resulted in the capture of Beersheba with many prisoners and guns.
  2. The stubborn resistance of the 53rd Division, units of the Desert Mounted Corps and Imperial Camel Brigade in the difficult country north-east of Beersheba enabled the preparations of the XXth Corps to be completed without interference, and enabled the Commander-in-Chief to carry out his plan without diverting more than the intended number of troops to protect the right flank, despite the many and strong attacks of the enemy.
  3. The attack of the XXth Corps (10th, 60th, and 74th
  4. The artillery attack of the XXIst Corps and of the ships of the Royal Navy, skilfully arranged and carried out with great accuracy, caused heavy loss to the enemy in the Gaza sector of his defences. The success of this bombardment was due to the loyal co-operation of the Rear-Admiral S.N.O. Egypt and Red Sea, and the officers of the Royal Navy, the careful preparation of plans by the Rear-Admiral and the G.O.C. XXIst Corps, and the good shooting of the Royal Navy, and of the heavy, siege, and field artillery of the XXIst Corps.
  5. The two attacks on the strong defences of Gaza, carried out by the 52nd and 54th Divisions, were each completely successful, thanks to the skill with which they were thought out and prepared by the G.O.C. XXIst Corps, the Divisional Commanders and the Brigade Commanders, and the great gallantry displayed by the troops who carried out these attacks.
  6. The second attack resulted in the evacuation of Gaza by the enemy and the turning of his right flank. The 52nd and 75th Divisions at once began a pursuit which carried them in three weeks from Gaza to within a few miles of Jerusalem.
  7. This pursuit, carried out by the Desert Mounted Corps and these two Divisions of the XXIst Corps, first over the sandhills of the coast, then over the Plains of Palestine and the foothills, and finally in the rocky mountains of Judea, required from all commanders rapid decisions and powers to adapt their tactics to varying conditions of ground. The troops were called upon to carry out very long marches in great heat without water, to make attacks on stubborn rearguards without time for reconnaissance, and finally to suffer cold and privation in the mountains.
  8. The final operations of the XXth Corps which resulted in the surrender of Jerusalem were a fitting climax to the efforts of all ranks.
  9. Throughout the operations the Royal Flying Corps have rendered valuable assistance to all arms and have obtained complete mastery of the air. The information obtained from contact and reconnaissance patrols has at all times enabled Commanders to keep in close touch with the situation. In the pursuit they have inflicted severe loss on the enemy, and their artillery co-operation has contributed in no small measure to our victory.
  10. The organisation in rear of the fighting forces enabled these forces to be supplied throughout. All supply and ammunition services and engineer services were called upon for great exertions. The response everywhere showed great devotion and high military spirit.
  11. The thorough organisation of the lines of communication, and the energy and skill with which all the services adapted themselves to the varying conditions of the operations, ensured the constant mobility of the fighting troops.
  12. The Commander-in-Chief appreciates the admirable conduct of all the transport services, and particularly the endurance and loyal service of the Camel Transport Corps.
  13. The skill and energy by which the Signal Service was maintained under all conditions reflects the greatest credit on all concerned.
  14. The Medical Service was able to adapt itself to all the difficulties of the situation, with the result the evacuation of wounded and sick was carried out with the least possible hardship or discomfort.
  15. The Veterinary Service worked well throughout; the wastage in animals was consequently small considering the distances traversed.

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  1. The approach marches of the Desert Mounted Corps and the XXth Corps (10th, 53rd, 60th, and 74th Divisions), followed by the dashing attacks of the 60th and 74th Divisions and the rapid turning movement of the Desert Mounted Corps, ending in the fine charge of the 4th Australian Light Horse Brigade, resulted in the capture of Beersheba with many prisoners and guns.
  2. The stubborn resistance of the 53rd Division, units of the Desert Mounted Corps and Imperial Camel Brigade in the difficult country north-east of Beersheba enabled the preparations of the XXth Corps to be completed without interference, and enabled the Commander-in-Chief to carry out his plan without diverting more than the intended number of troops to protect the right flank, despite the many and strong attacks of the enemy.
  3. The attack of the XXth Corps (10th, 60th, and 74th
  4. The artillery attack of the XXIst Corps and of the ships of the Royal Navy, skilfully arranged and carried out with great accuracy, caused heavy loss to the enemy in the Gaza sector of his defences. The success of this bombardment was due to the loyal co-operation of the Rear-Admiral S.N.O. Egypt and Red Sea, and the officers of the Royal Navy, the careful preparation of plans by the Rear-Admiral and the G.O.C. XXIst Corps, and the good shooting of the Royal Navy, and of the heavy, siege, and field artillery of the XXIst Corps.
  5. The two attacks on the strong defences of Gaza, carried out by the 52nd and 54th Divisions, were each completely successful, thanks to the skill with which they were thought out and prepared by the G.O.C. XXIst Corps, the Divisional Commanders and the Brigade Commanders, and the great gallantry displayed by the troops who carried out these attacks.
  6. The second attack resulted in the evacuation of Gaza by the enemy and the turning of his right flank. The 52nd and 75th Divisions at once began a pursuit which carried them in three weeks from Gaza to within a few miles of Jerusalem.
  7. This pursuit, carried out by the Desert Mounted Corps and these two Divisions of the XXIst Corps, first over the sandhills of the coast, then over the Plains of Palestine and the foothills, and finally in the rocky mountains of Judea, required from all commanders rapid decisions and powers to adapt their tactics to varying conditions of ground. The troops were called upon to carry out very long marches in great heat without water, to make attacks on stubborn rearguards without time for reconnaissance, and finally to suffer cold and privation in the mountains.
  8. The final operations of the XXth Corps which resulted in the surrender of Jerusalem were a fitting climax to the efforts of all ranks.
  9. Throughout the operations the Royal Flying Corps have rendered valuable assistance to all arms and have obtained complete mastery of the air. The information obtained from contact and reconnaissance patrols has at all times enabled Commanders to keep in close touch with the situation. In the pursuit they have inflicted severe loss on the enemy, and their artillery co-operation has contributed in no small measure to our victory.
  10. The organisation in rear of the fighting forces enabled these forces to be supplied throughout. All supply and ammunition services and engineer services were called upon for great exertions. The response everywhere showed great devotion and high military spirit.
  11. The thorough organisation of the lines of communication, and the energy and skill with which all the services adapted themselves to the varying conditions of the operations, ensured the constant mobility of the fighting troops.
  12. The Commander-in-Chief appreciates the admirable conduct of all the transport services, and particularly the endurance and loyal service of the Camel Transport Corps.
  13. The skill and energy by which the Signal Service was maintained under all conditions reflects the greatest credit on all concerned.
  14. The Medical Service was able to adapt itself to all the difficulties of the situation, with the result the evacuation of wounded and sick was carried out with the least possible hardship or discomfort.
  15. The Veterinary Service worked well throughout; the wastage in animals was consequently small considering the distances traversed.

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I THE HOME ON THE GREAT PLAIN,
II THE SPOONBILL AND THE CLOUD,
III CHASING A FLYING FIGURE,
IV MARTIN IS FOUND BY A DEAF OLD MAN,
V THE PEOPLE OF THE MIRAGE,
VI MARTIN MEETS WITH SAVAGES,
VII ALONE IN THE GREAT FOREST,
VIII THE FLOWER AND THE SERPENT,
IX THE BLACK PEOPLE OF THE SKY,
X A TROOP OF WILD HORSES,
XI THE LADY OF THE HILLS,
XII THE LITTLE PEOPLE UNDERGROUND,
XIII THE GREAT BLUE WATER,
XIV THE WONDERS OF THE HILLS,
XV MARTIN'S EYES ARE OPENED,
XVI THE PEOPLE OF THE MIST,
XVII THE OLD MAN OF THE SEA,
XVIII MARTIN PLAYS WITH THE WAVES,
CHAPTER I
THE HOME ON THE GREAT PLAIN
CHAPTER II
THE SPOONBILL AND THE CLOUD
CHAPTER III
CHASING A FLYING FIGURE
CHAPTER IV
MARTIN IS FOUND BY A DEAF OLD MAN
CHAPTER V
THE PEOPLE OF THE MIRAGE
CHAPTER VI
MARTIN MEETS WITH SAVAGES
CHAPTER VII
ALONE IN THE GREAT FOREST
CHAPTER VIII
THE FLOWER AND THE SERPENT
CHAPTER IX
THE BLACK PEOPLE OF THE SKY
CHAPTER X
A TROOP OF WILD HORSES
CHAPTER XI
THE LADY OF THE HILLS
CHAPTER XII
THE LITTLE PEOPLE UNDERGROUND
CHAPTER XIII
THE GREAT BLUE WATER
CHAPTER XIV
THE WONDERS OF THE HILLS
CHAPTER XV
MARTIN'S EYES ARE OPENED
CHAPTER XVI
THE PEOPLE OF THE MIST
CHAPTER XVII
THE OLD MAN OF THE SEA
CHAPTER XVIII
MARTIN PLAYS WITH THE WAVES
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CHAPTER
I. HIS BRITANNIC MAJESTY'S SERVICE
II. WHY THE SAFE WAS OPENED
III. THE HOUSE "OVER THE WATER"
IV. IN WHICH THE MYSTERY INCREASES
V. CONTAINS CERTAIN CONFIDENCES
VI. THE GATHERING OF THE CLOUDS
VII. CONTAINS A SURPRISE
VIII. LIFE'S COUNTER-CLAIM
IX. STRANGE DISCLOSURES ARE MADE
X. I SHOW MY HAND
XI. THE CASTLE OF THE TERROR
XII. "THE STRANGLER"
XIII. A DOUBLE GAME AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
XIV. HER HIGHNESS IS INQUISITIVE
XV. JUST OFF THE STRAND
XVI. MARKED MEN
XVII. THE TRUTH ABOUT THE "LOLA"
XVIII. CONTAINS ELMA'S STORY
CONCLUSION
CHAPTER I
HIS BRITANNIC MAJESTY'S SERVICE
CHAPTER II
WHY THE SAFE WAS OPENED
CHAPTER III
THE HOUSE "OVER THE WATER"
CHAPTER IV
IN WHICH THE MYSTERY INCREASES
CHAPTER V
CONTAINS CERTAIN CONFIDENCES
CHAPTER VI
THE GATHERING OF THE CLOUDS
CHAPTER VII
CONTAINS A SURPRISE
CHAPTER VIII
LIFE'S COUNTER-CLAIM
CHAPTER IX
STRANGE DISCLOSURES ARE MADE
CHAPTER X
I SHOW MY HAND
"MINISTER OF THE IMPERIAL HOUSEHOLD, PALACE OF PETERHOF.
CHAPTER XI
THE CASTLE OF THE TERROR
CHAPTER XII
"THE STRANGLER"
CHAPTER XIII
A DOUBLE GAME AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
CHAPTER XIV
HER HIGHNESS IS INQUISITIVE
CHAPTER XV
JUST OFF THE STRAND
CHAPTER XVI
MARKED MEN
CHAPTER XVII
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE "LOLA"
CHAPTER XVIII
CONTAINS ELMA'S STORY
CONCLUSION
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II. WHY THE SAFE WAS OPENED
III. THE HOUSE "OVER THE WATER"
IV. IN WHICH THE MYSTERY INCREASES
V. CONTAINS CERTAIN CONFIDENCES
VI. THE GATHERING OF THE CLOUDS
VII. CONTAINS A SURPRISE
VIII. LIFE'S COUNTER-CLAIM
IX. STRANGE DISCLOSURES ARE MADE
X. I SHOW MY HAND
XI. THE CASTLE OF THE TERROR
XII. "THE STRANGLER"
XIII. A DOUBLE GAME AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
XIV. HER HIGHNESS IS INQUISITIVE
XV. JUST OFF THE STRAND
XVI. MARKED MEN
XVII. THE TRUTH ABOUT THE "LOLA"
XVIII. CONTAINS ELMA'S STORY
CONCLUSION
CHAPTER I
HIS BRITANNIC MAJESTY'S SERVICE
CHAPTER II
WHY THE SAFE WAS OPENED
CHAPTER III
THE HOUSE "OVER THE WATER"
CHAPTER IV
IN WHICH THE MYSTERY INCREASES
CHAPTER V
CONTAINS CERTAIN CONFIDENCES
CHAPTER VI
THE GATHERING OF THE CLOUDS
CHAPTER VII
CONTAINS A SURPRISE
CHAPTER VIII
LIFE'S COUNTER-CLAIM
CHAPTER IX
STRANGE DISCLOSURES ARE MADE
CHAPTER X
I SHOW MY HAND
"MINISTER OF THE IMPERIAL HOUSEHOLD, PALACE OF PETERHOF.
CHAPTER XI
THE CASTLE OF THE TERROR
CHAPTER XII
"THE STRANGLER"
CHAPTER XIII
A DOUBLE GAME AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
CHAPTER XIV
HER HIGHNESS IS INQUISITIVE
CHAPTER XV
JUST OFF THE STRAND
CHAPTER XVI
MARKED MEN
CHAPTER XVII
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE "LOLA"
CHAPTER XVIII
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CONTENTS
VOLUME VIII
ILLUSTRATIONS
VOLUME VIII
AN OUTLINE NARRATIVE
TRACING BRIEFLY THE CAUSES, CONNECTIONS, AND CONSEQUENCES OF
THE GREAT EVENTS
(THE LATER RENAISSANCE: FROM GUTENBERG TO THE REFORMATION)
CHARLES F. HORNE
INTELLECTUAL SUPREMACY OF ITALY
THE CLASH OF RACES IN THE EAST
POLITICAL CHANGES IN WESTERN EUROPE
RISE OF SPANISH POWER
THE ERA OF DISCOVERY
RELIGIOUS CHANGES
[FOR THE NEXT SECTION OF THIS GENERAL SURVEY SEE VOLUME IX]
ORIGIN AND PROGRESS OF PRINTING
A.D. 1438
HENRY GEORGE BOHN
JOHN HUNYADY REPULSES THE TURKS[1]
A.D. 1440-1456
REBUILDING OF ROME BY NICHOLAS V, THE "BUILDER-POPE"
A.D. 1447-1455
MRS. MARGARET OLIPHANT
MAHOMET II TAKES CONSTANTINOPLE.
END OF THE EASTERN EMPIRE
A.D. 1453
GEORGE FINLAY
WARS OF THE ROSES
DEATH OF RICHARD III AT BOSWORTH
A.D. 1455-1485
DAVID HUME
IVAN THE GREAT UNITES RUSSIA AND BREAKS THE TARTAR YOKE
A.D. 1462-1505
CULMINATION OF THE POWER OF BURGUNDY
A.D. 1468
P. F. WILLERT
LORENZO DE' MEDICI RULES IN FLORENCE
ZENITH OF FLORENTINE GLORY
A.D. 1469
OLIPHANT SMEATON
DEATH OF CHARLES THE BOLD
LOUIS XI UNITES BURGUNDY WITH THE CROWN OF FRANCE
A.D. 1477
PHILIPPE DE COMINES
INQUISITION ESTABLISHED IN SPAIN
A.D. 1480
WILLIAM H. RULE JAMES BALMES
WILLIAM H. RULE
JAMES BALMES
MURDER OF THE PRINCES IN THE TOWER
A.D. 1483
JAMES GAIRDNER
"J. NORFOLK."
CONQUEST OF GRANADA
A.D. 1490
WASHINGTON IRVING
COLUMBUS DISCOVERS AMERICA
A.D. 1492
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS FERDINAND COLUMBUS
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS
FERDINAND COLUMBUS
CONSPIRACY, REBELLION, AND EXECUTION OF PERKIN WARBECK
A.D. 1492
FRANCIS BACON
SAVONAROLA'S REFORMS AND DEATH
THE FRENCH INVADE ITALY
A.D. 1494
PASQUALE VILLARI JEAN C. L. SISMONDI
PASQUALE VILLARI
JEAN C. L. SISMONDI
DISCOVERY OF THE MAINLAND OF NORTH AMERICA BY THE CABOTS
A.D. 1497
SAMUEL EDWARD DAWSON
THE SEA ROUTE TO INDIA
VASCO DA GAMA SAILS AROUND AFRICA
A.D. 1498
CASPAR CORREA[1]
COLUMBUS DISCOVERS SOUTH AMERICA
A.D. 1498
CLEMENTS ROBERT MARKHAM
ESTABLISHMENT OF SWISS INDEPENDENCE
A.D. 1499
HEINRICH ZSCHOKKE
AMERIGO VESPUCCI IN AMERICA A.D. 1499
AMERIGO VESPUCCI
MOST EXCELLENT AND DEAR LORD
RISE AND FALL OF THE BORGIAS
A.D. 1502
NICCOLO MACHIAVELLI
PAINTING OF THE SISTINE CHAPEL
THE SPLENDOR OF RENAISSANCE ART UNDER MICHELANGELO
A.D. 1508
BALBOA DISCOVERS THE PACIFIC
A.D. 1513
CHRONOLOGY OF UNIVERSAL HISTORY
EMBRACING THE PERIOD COVERED IN THIS VOLUME
A.D. 1438-1516
JOHN RUDD, LL.D. A.D. 1438-1516
A.D.
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CONTENTS
VOLUME VIII
ILLUSTRATIONS
VOLUME VIII
AN OUTLINE NARRATIVE
TRACING BRIEFLY THE CAUSES, CONNECTIONS, AND CONSEQUENCES OF
THE GREAT EVENTS
(THE LATER RENAISSANCE: FROM GUTENBERG TO THE REFORMATION)
CHARLES F. HORNE
INTELLECTUAL SUPREMACY OF ITALY
THE CLASH OF RACES IN THE EAST
POLITICAL CHANGES IN WESTERN EUROPE
RISE OF SPANISH POWER
THE ERA OF DISCOVERY
RELIGIOUS CHANGES
[FOR THE NEXT SECTION OF THIS GENERAL SURVEY SEE VOLUME IX]
ORIGIN AND PROGRESS OF PRINTING
A.D. 1438
HENRY GEORGE BOHN
JOHN HUNYADY REPULSES THE TURKS[1]
A.D. 1440-1456
ARMINIUS VAMBERY
REBUILDING OF ROME BY NICHOLAS V, THE "BUILDER-POPE"
A.D. 1447-1455
MRS. MARGARET OLIPHANT
MAHOMET II TAKES CONSTANTINOPLE.
END OF THE EASTERN EMPIRE
A.D. 1453
GEORGE FINLAY
WARS OF THE ROSES
DEATH OF RICHARD III AT BOSWORTH
A.D. 1455-1485
DAVID HUME
IVAN THE GREAT UNITES RUSSIA AND BREAKS THE TARTAR YOKE
A.D. 1462-1505
CULMINATION OF THE POWER OF BURGUNDY
TREATY OF PERONNE
A.D. 1468
P. F. WILLERT
LORENZO DE' MEDICI RULES IN FLORENCE
ZENITH OF FLORENTINE GLORY
A.D. 1469
OLIPHANT SMEATON
DEATH OF CHARLES THE BOLD
LOUIS XI UNITES BURGUNDY WITH THE CROWN OF FRANCE
A.D. 1477
PHILIPPE DE COMINES
INQUISITION ESTABLISHED IN SPAIN
A.D. 1480
WILLIAM H. RULE JAMES BALMES
WILLIAM H. RULE
JAMES BALMES
MURDER OF THE PRINCES IN THE TOWER
A.D. 1483
JAMES GAIRDNER
"J. NORFOLK."
CONQUEST OF GRANADA
A.D. 1490
WASHINGTON IRVING
COLUMBUS DISCOVERS AMERICA
A.D. 1492
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS FERDINAND COLUMBUS
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS
FERDINAND COLUMBUS
CONSPIRACY, REBELLION, AND EXECUTION OF PERKIN WARBECK
A.D. 1492
FRANCIS BACON
SAVONAROLA'S REFORMS AND DEATH
THE FRENCH INVADE ITALY
A.D. 1494
PASQUALE VILLARI JEAN C. L. SISMONDI
PASQUALE VILLARI
JEAN C. L. SISMONDI
DISCOVERY OF THE MAINLAND OF NORTH AMERICA BY THE CABOTS
A.D. 1497
SAMUEL EDWARD DAWSON
THE SEA ROUTE TO INDIA
VASCO DA GAMA SAILS AROUND AFRICA
A.D. 1498
CASPAR CORREA[1]
COLUMBUS DISCOVERS SOUTH AMERICA
A.D. 1498
CLEMENTS ROBERT MARKHAM
ESTABLISHMENT OF SWISS INDEPENDENCE
A.D. 1499
HEINRICH ZSCHOKKE
AMERIGO VESPUCCI IN AMERICA A.D. 1499
AMERIGO VESPUCCI
MOST EXCELLENT AND DEAR LORD
RISE AND FALL OF THE BORGIAS
A.D. 1502
NICCOLO MACHIAVELLI
PAINTING OF THE SISTINE CHAPEL
THE SPLENDOR OF RENAISSANCE ART UNDER MICHELANGELO
A.D. 1508
CHARLES CLEMENT
BALBOA DISCOVERS THE PACIFIC
A.D. 1513
MANUEL JOSE QUINTANA
CHRONOLOGY OF UNIVERSAL HISTORY
EMBRACING THE PERIOD COVERED IN THIS VOLUME
A.D. 1438-1516
JOHN RUDD, LL.D. A.D. 1438-1516
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
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83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD,
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD,
AN ADAPTATION.
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR
CHAPTER XXVI.
FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE.
CHAPTER XXVII.
SOLUTION.
"EDWIN DROOD!"
THE END.
THE RACE OF THE DAUNTLESS AND CAMBRIA.
PRUSSIA'S POSITION PHILOSOPHICALLY PUT.
OUT OF THE PAN INTO THE FIRE.
A JUDICIOUS JEW.
EXIT "SUN."
TAPPING THE TILL.
THE PLAYS AND SHOWS
MATADOR.
A PASTOR ON POLITICS.
AN EVASIVE REPLY.
A QUERY FOR SOL-UTION.
TO THE DIPLOMATISTS OF THE HUB.
POEMS OF THE CRADLE.
CANTO IX.
ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRICK.]
HIGH-HANDED OUTRAGE.
MEDORA EUPHEMIA SLAPSADDLE.
THE LAST MOTTO OF THE JOHN REAL DEMOCRACY.--O'BRIEN,
HIRAM GREEN INTERVIEWS HORACE GREELEY.
HIRAM GREEN, ESQ.,
"AT A PRIVATE THEATRE IN THIS CITY MR. J--N SM--TH RECENTLY MADE HIS
THE NEWMAN FUND.
VENUS AND ADONIS
A LETTER FROM THE "HUB."
THE BOSS TOWN OF NEW ENGLAND,
ORIGINAL LINES,
S. R. DEEN.
TIMELY.
HEAVY.
WHEN YOU HAVE NEW DRESSES OR BONNETS TO SHOW, ALWAYS GO LATE TO CHURCH,
MR. PUNCHINELLO'S POLITICAL MANUAL.
I. QUALIFICATIONS OF A VOTER.
II. QUALIFICATIONS OF AN EDITOR.
III. QUALIFICATIONS OF A CANDIDATE.
CAPITAL REMOVAL.
SARSFIELD YOUNG'S REMINISCENCES OF CHARLES DICKENS.
SARSFIELD YOUNG.
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THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD,
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD,
AN ADAPTATION.
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR
CHAPTER XXVI.
FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE.
CHAPTER XXVII.
SOLUTION.
"EDWIN DROOD!"
THE END.
THE RACE OF THE DAUNTLESS AND CAMBRIA.
PRUSSIA'S POSITION PHILOSOPHICALLY PUT.
OUT OF THE PAN INTO THE FIRE.
A JUDICIOUS JEW.
EXIT "SUN."
TAPPING THE TILL.
THE PLAYS AND SHOWS
MATADOR.
A PASTOR ON POLITICS.
AN EVASIVE REPLY.
A QUERY FOR SOL-UTION.
TO THE DIPLOMATISTS OF THE HUB.
POEMS OF THE CRADLE.
CANTO IX.
ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRICK.]
HIGH-HANDED OUTRAGE.
MEDORA EUPHEMIA SLAPSADDLE.
THE LAST MOTTO OF THE JOHN REAL DEMOCRACY.--O'BRIEN,
HIRAM GREEN INTERVIEWS HORACE GREELEY.
HIRAM GREEN, ESQ.,
"AT A PRIVATE THEATRE IN THIS CITY MR. J--N SM--TH RECENTLY MADE HIS
THE NEWMAN FUND.
VENUS AND ADONIS
A LETTER FROM THE "HUB."
THE BOSS TOWN OF NEW ENGLAND,
ORIGINAL LINES,
S. R. DEEN.
TIMELY.
HEAVY.
WHEN YOU HAVE NEW DRESSES OR BONNETS TO SHOW, ALWAYS GO LATE TO CHURCH,
MR. PUNCHINELLO'S POLITICAL MANUAL.
I. QUALIFICATIONS OF A VOTER.
II. QUALIFICATIONS OF AN EDITOR.
III. QUALIFICATIONS OF A CANDIDATE.
CAPITAL REMOVAL.
SARSFIELD YOUNG'S REMINISCENCES OF CHARLES DICKENS.
SARSFIELD YOUNG.
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
GREAT MEN OF AMERICA.
DANIEL WEBSTER
HON. JOHN MORRISSEY
GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN.
MOTHER GOOSE.
THE PLAYS AND SHOWS.
MATADOR.
POISONING THE PLUGS.
FIRM AS A ROCK.
EDITOR'S DRAWER.
PRUSSIAN PRACTICE AND PROFESSION.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
DICK TINTO.
AN EX-MONSTER.
THE MICROSCOPIC MAN.
"GREEK MEETS GREEK."
A FINE OLD LADY.
THE WRONG "DUMMIE."
TROUBLE FOR THE RISING GENERATION.
SUGGESTED BY BIARD'S PICTURE, AND SHOWING THE PIRATICAL ROVER "HARPY"
"THE HARPY."
HIRAM GREEN AT THE BROOKLYN NAVY-YARD.
SIMILE USED UP.
"HERE'S A GO!--STRASBOURG IN RUINS--TRADE DESTROYED--O DEAR! DEAR!
POEMS OF THE CRADLE.
CANTO X.
AGOSTINO THE GUNSMITH.
SORTES SHAKSPEARIANAE.
PUNCHINELLO CORRESPONDENCE
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
POLITICS AS A FINE ART.
BOSTON FIRST.
"AURI SACRA FAMES."
CHEERFUL PHILOSOPHY.
B. S. "I DIDN'T SAY WAPID--I SAID WAPID: WAWTHER FAST, YOU KNOW."]
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
GREAT MEN OF AMERICA.
DANIEL WEBSTER
HON. JOHN MORRISSEY
GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN.
MOTHER GOOSE.
THE PLAYS AND SHOWS.
MATADOR.
POISONING THE PLUGS.
FIRM AS A ROCK.
EDITOR'S DRAWER.
PRUSSIAN PRACTICE AND PROFESSION.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
DICK TINTO.
AN EX-MONSTER.
THE MICROSCOPIC MAN.
"GREEK MEETS GREEK."
A FINE OLD LADY.
THE WRONG "DUMMIE."
TROUBLE FOR THE RISING GENERATION.
SUGGESTED BY BIARD'S PICTURE, AND SHOWING THE PIRATICAL ROVER "HARPY"
"THE HARPY."
HIRAM GREEN AT THE BROOKLYN NAVY-YARD.
SIMILE USED UP.
"HERE'S A GO!--STRASBOURG IN RUINS--TRADE DESTROYED--O DEAR! DEAR!
POEMS OF THE CRADLE.
CANTO X.
AGOSTINO THE GUNSMITH.
SORTES SHAKSPEARIANAE.
PUNCHINELLO CORRESPONDENCE
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
POLITICS AS A FINE ART.
BOSTON FIRST.
"AURI SACRA FAMES."
CHEERFUL PHILOSOPHY.
B. S. "I DIDN'T SAY WAPID--I SAID WAPID: WAWTHER FAST, YOU KNOW."]
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
BRILLIANCY OF THE "SUN."
A PEOPLE OF TASTE.
ANY MORE CAVES?
GEOMETRICAL.
SECRETION EXTRAORDINARY.
THE WRONG PLACE.
A LETTER FROM CHICAGO.
THE PROFIT OF PURITAN PRISONS.
AN OPEN CONGRESSIONAL COUNTENANCE.
SPREAD OF AMERICAN PRINCIPLES.
OUR EYE-WITNESS AT THE ELECTIONS.
ORDER OF PROCESSION.
SARSFIELD YOUNG ON FORT SUMTER.
SARSFIELD YOUNG.
THE PLAYS AND SHOWS.
MATADOR.
CARRYING OFF THE WOUNDED.]
PUNCHINELLO CORRESPONDENCE
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
WAITING FOR A LIGHT.]
HIRAM GREEN AND FEMALE SUFFRAGE.
HIRAM GREEN, ESQ.,
FRESH FROM THE FLOWERY KINGDOM.
A THRICE BLESSED CITY.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
DICK TINTO.
THE SHE THAT IS TO BE.
POEMS OF THE CRADLE.
CANTO XI.
THE POLITEST NATION IN THE WORLD.
A DRY SETTLEMENT.
AS MEN'S CLOTHES ARE CUT HOUR-GLASS FASHION NOW, PUNCHINELLO SUGGESTS
THE ALARM-BELLE AT RYE.
A CHEERFUL SUBJECT.
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
BRILLIANCY OF THE "SUN."
A PEOPLE OF TASTE.
ANY MORE CAVES?
GEOMETRICAL.
SECRETION EXTRAORDINARY.
THE WRONG PLACE.
A LETTER FROM CHICAGO.
THE PROFIT OF PURITAN PRISONS.
AN OPEN CONGRESSIONAL COUNTENANCE.
SPREAD OF AMERICAN PRINCIPLES.
OUR EYE-WITNESS AT THE ELECTIONS.
ORDER OF PROCESSION.
SARSFIELD YOUNG ON FORT SUMTER.
SARSFIELD YOUNG.
THE PLAYS AND SHOWS.
MATADOR.
CARRYING OFF THE WOUNDED.]
PUNCHINELLO CORRESPONDENCE
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
WAITING FOR A LIGHT.]
HIRAM GREEN AND FEMALE SUFFRAGE.
HIRAM GREEN, ESQ.,
FRESH FROM THE FLOWERY KINGDOM.
A THRICE BLESSED CITY.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
DICK TINTO.
THE SHE THAT IS TO BE.
POEMS OF THE CRADLE.
CANTO XI.
THE POLITEST NATION IN THE WORLD.
A DRY SETTLEMENT.
AS MEN'S CLOTHES ARE CUT HOUR-GLASS FASHION NOW, PUNCHINELLO SUGGESTS
THE ALARM-BELLE AT RYE.
A CHEERFUL SUBJECT.
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SOMETIME LIEUTENANT IN THE ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY
WITH 12 ILLUSTRATIONS AND 3 MAPS
TO THE HIGH CAUSE OF ANGLO-ITALIAN FRIENDSHIP AND UNDERSTANDING
PREFACE
H. D.
CONTENTS
PREFACE
PART I
CHAPTER I
PART II
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI
CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XIII
PART III
CHAPTER XIV
CHAPTER XV
CHAPTER XVI
CHAPTER XVII
CHAPTER XVIII
CHAPTER XIX
PART IV
CHAPTER XX
CHAPTER XXI
CHAPTER XXII
CHAPTER XXIII
CHAPTER XXIV
CHAPTER XXV
CHAPTER XXVI
PART V
CHAPTER XXVII
CHAPTER XXVIII
CHAPTER XXIX
CHAPTER XXX
CHAPTER XXXI
CHAPTER XXXII
CHAPTER XXXIII
CHAPTER XXXIV
CHAPTER XXXV
PART VI
CHAPTER XXXVI
CHAPTER XXXVII
CHAPTER XXXVIII
CHAPTER XXXIX
CHAPTER XL
CHAPTER XLI
CHAPTER XLII
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
LIST OF MAPS
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PART I
INTRODUCTORY
CHAPTER I
THE ANGLO-ITALIAN TRADITION AND ITALY'S PART IN THE WAR
PART II
SOME EARLY IMPRESSIONS
CHAPTER II
FROM FOLKESTONE TO VENICE
CHAPTER III
FROM VENICE TO THE ISONZO FRONT
CHAPTER IV
THE WAR ON THE ISONZO FRONT
CHAPTER V
PALMANOVA
CHAPTER VI
AQUILEIA AND GRADO
CHAPTER VII
A GRAMOPHONE AND A CHAPLAIN ON THE CARSO
CHAPTER VIII
A FRONT LINE RECONNAISSANCE
CHAPTER IX
AN EVENING AT GORIZIA
CHAPTER X
A CEMETERY AT VERSA
CHAPTER XI
UDINE
CHAPTER XII
THE BRITISH AND THE ITALIAN SOLDIER
CHAPTER XIII
I JOIN THE FIRST BRITISH BATTERY IN ITALY
PART III
THE ITALIAN SUMMER OFFENSIVE, 1917
CHAPTER XIV
THE OFFENSIVE OPENS
CHAPTER XV
WE SWITCH OUR GUNS NORTHWARD
CHAPTER XVI
THE FALL OF MONTE SANTO
CHAPTER XVII
THE CONQUEST OF THE BAINSIZZA PLATEAU
CHAPTER XVIII
THE FIGHTING DIES DOWN
CHAPTER XIX
A LULL BETWEEN TWO STORMS
PART IV
THE ITALIAN RETREAT AND RECOVERY
CHAPTER XX
THE BEGINNING OF THE ENEMY OFFENSIVE
CHAPTER XXI
FROM THE VIPPACCO TO SAN GIORGIO DI NOGARA
CHAPTER XXII
FROM SAN GIORGIO TO THE TAGLIAMENTO
CHAPTER XXIII
FROM THE TAGLIAMENTO TO TREVISO
CHAPTER XXIV
THOUGHTS AFTER THE DISASTER
CHAPTER XXV
FERRARA, ARQUATA AND THE CORNICE ROAD
CHAPTER XXVI
REFITTING AT FERRARA
CITTADINI,
CITTADINI,
FELLOW CITIZENS,
FELLOW CITIZENS,
PART V
A YEAR OF RESISTANCE AND OF PREPARATION
CHAPTER XXVII
IN STRATEGIC RESERVE
CHAPTER XXVIII
THE FIRST BRITISH BATTERY UP THE MOUNTAINS
CHAPTER XXIX
THE ASIAGO PLATEAU
CHAPTER XXX
SOME NOTES ON NATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS
CHAPTER XXXI
ROME IN THE SPRING
CHAPTER XXXII
THE FIFTEENTH OF JUNE, 1918
CHAPTER XXXIII
IN THE TRENTINO
CHAPTER XXXIV
SIRMIONE AND SOLFERINO
CHAPTER XXXV
THE ASIAGO PLATEAU ONCE MORE
PART VI
THE LAST PHASE
CHAPTER XXXVI
THE MOVE TO THE PIAVE
CHAPTER XXXVII
THE BEGINNING OF THE LAST BATTLE
CHAPTER XXXVIII
ACROSS THE RIVER
CHAPTER XXXIX
LIBERATORI
CHAPTER XL
THE COMPLETENESS OF VICTORY
CHAPTER XLI
IN THE EUGANEAN HILLS
CHAPTER XLII
LAST THOUGHTS ON LEAVING ITALY
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WITH 12 ILLUSTRATIONS AND 3 MAPS
TO THE HIGH CAUSE OF ANGLO-ITALIAN FRIENDSHIP AND UNDERSTANDING
PREFACE
H. D.
CONTENTS
PREFACE
PART I
CHAPTER I
PART II
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI
CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XIII
PART III
CHAPTER XIV
CHAPTER XV
CHAPTER XVI
CHAPTER XVII
CHAPTER XVIII
CHAPTER XIX
PART IV
CHAPTER XX
CHAPTER XXI
CHAPTER XXII
CHAPTER XXIII
CHAPTER XXIV
CHAPTER XXV
CHAPTER XXVI
PART V
CHAPTER XXVII
CHAPTER XXVIII
CHAPTER XXIX
CHAPTER XXX
CHAPTER XXXI
CHAPTER XXXII
CHAPTER XXXIII
CHAPTER XXXIV
CHAPTER XXXV
PART VI
CHAPTER XXXVI
CHAPTER XXXVII
CHAPTER XXXVIII
CHAPTER XXXIX
CHAPTER XL
CHAPTER XLI
CHAPTER XLII
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
LIST OF MAPS
WITH BRITISH GUNS IN ITALY
PART I
INTRODUCTORY
CHAPTER I
THE ANGLO-ITALIAN TRADITION AND ITALY'S PART IN THE WAR
PART II
SOME EARLY IMPRESSIONS
CHAPTER II
FROM FOLKESTONE TO VENICE
CHAPTER III
FROM VENICE TO THE ISONZO FRONT
CHAPTER IV
THE WAR ON THE ISONZO FRONT
CHAPTER V
PALMANOVA
CHAPTER VI
AQUILEIA AND GRADO
CHAPTER VII
A GRAMOPHONE AND A CHAPLAIN ON THE CARSO
CHAPTER VIII
A FRONT LINE RECONNAISSANCE
CHAPTER IX
AN EVENING AT GORIZIA
CHAPTER X
A CEMETERY AT VERSA
CHAPTER XI
UDINE
CHAPTER XII
THE BRITISH AND THE ITALIAN SOLDIER
CHAPTER XIII
I JOIN THE FIRST BRITISH BATTERY IN ITALY
PART III
THE ITALIAN SUMMER OFFENSIVE, 1917
CHAPTER XIV
THE OFFENSIVE OPENS
CHAPTER XV
WE SWITCH OUR GUNS NORTHWARD
CHAPTER XVI
THE FALL OF MONTE SANTO
CHAPTER XVII
THE CONQUEST OF THE BAINSIZZA PLATEAU
CHAPTER XVIII
THE FIGHTING DIES DOWN
CHAPTER XIX
A LULL BETWEEN TWO STORMS
PART IV
THE ITALIAN RETREAT AND RECOVERY
CHAPTER XX
THE BEGINNING OF THE ENEMY OFFENSIVE
CHAPTER XXI
FROM THE VIPPACCO TO SAN GIORGIO DI NOGARA
CHAPTER XXII
FROM SAN GIORGIO TO THE TAGLIAMENTO
CHAPTER XXIII
FROM THE TAGLIAMENTO TO TREVISO
CHAPTER XXIV
THOUGHTS AFTER THE DISASTER
CHAPTER XXV
FERRARA, ARQUATA AND THE CORNICE ROAD
CHAPTER XXVI
REFITTING AT FERRARA
CITTADINI,
CITTADINI,
FELLOW CITIZENS,
FELLOW CITIZENS,
PART V
A YEAR OF RESISTANCE AND OF PREPARATION
CHAPTER XXVII
IN STRATEGIC RESERVE
CHAPTER XXVIII
THE FIRST BRITISH BATTERY UP THE MOUNTAINS
CHAPTER XXIX
THE ASIAGO PLATEAU
CHAPTER XXX
SOME NOTES ON NATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS
CHAPTER XXXI
ROME IN THE SPRING
CHAPTER XXXII
THE FIFTEENTH OF JUNE, 1918
CHAPTER XXXIII
IN THE TRENTINO
CHAPTER XXXIV
SIRMIONE AND SOLFERINO
CHAPTER XXXV
THE ASIAGO PLATEAU ONCE MORE
PART VI
THE LAST PHASE
CHAPTER XXXVI
THE MOVE TO THE PIAVE
CHAPTER XXXVII
THE BEGINNING OF THE LAST BATTLE
CHAPTER XXXVIII
ACROSS THE RIVER
CHAPTER XXXIX
LIBERATORI
CHAPTER XL
THE COMPLETENESS OF VICTORY
CHAPTER XLI
IN THE EUGANEAN HILLS
CHAPTER XLII
LAST THOUGHTS ON LEAVING ITALY
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CHAPTER
I. THE FACE AT THE WINDOW
II. P. C ROBINSON "TAKES A LINE"
III. THE GATHERING CLOUDS
IV. A CABAL
V. THE SEEDS OF MISCHIEF
VI. SCOTLAND YARD TAKES A HAND
VII. "ALARUMS AND EXCURSIONS"
VIII. AN INTERRUPTED SYMPOSIUM
IX. HE WHOM THE CAP FITS
X. THE CASE AGAINST GRANT
XI. P. C. ROBINSON TAKES ANOTHER LINE
XII. WHEREIN WINTER GETS TO WORK
XIII. CONCERNING THEODORE SIDDLE
XIV. ON BOTH SIDES OF THE RIVER
XV. A MATTER OF HEREDITY
XVI. FURNEAUX MAKES A SUCCESSFUL BID
XVII. AN OFFICIAL HOUSEBREAKER
XVIII. THE TRUTH AT LAST
CHAPTER I
THE FACE AT THE WINDOW
CHAPTER II
P.C. ROBINSON "TAKES A LINE"
CHAPTER III
THE GATHERING CLOUDS
MR. ISIDOR G. INGERMAN
CHAPTER IV
A CABAL
CHAPTER V
THE SEEDS OP MISCHIEF
CHAPTER VI
SCOTLAND YARD TAKES A HAND
MR. CHARLES F. FUENEAUX,
NEW SCOTLAND YARD, S.W.
CHAPTER VII
"ALARUMS AND EXCURSIONS"
CHAPTER VIII
AN INTERRUPTED SYMPOSIUM
CHAPTER IX
HE WHOM THE CAP FITS
"I--"
CHAPTER X
THE CASE AGAINST GRANT
CHAPTER XI
P. C. ROBINSON TAKES ANOTHER LINE
CHAPTER XII
WHEREIN WINTER GETS TO WORK
J.L. WINTER,
CHAPTER XIII
CONCERNING THEODOEE SIDDLE
CHAPTER XIV
ON BOTH SIDES OF THE RIVER
CHAPTER XV
A MATTER OF HEREDITY
CHAPTER XVI
FURNEAUX MAKES A SUCCESSFUL BID
CHAPTER XVII
AN OFFICIAL HOUSEBREAKER
CHAPTER XVIII
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II. P. C ROBINSON "TAKES A LINE"
III. THE GATHERING CLOUDS
IV. A CABAL
V. THE SEEDS OF MISCHIEF
VI. SCOTLAND YARD TAKES A HAND
VII. "ALARUMS AND EXCURSIONS"
VIII. AN INTERRUPTED SYMPOSIUM
IX. HE WHOM THE CAP FITS
X. THE CASE AGAINST GRANT
XI. P. C. ROBINSON TAKES ANOTHER LINE
XII. WHEREIN WINTER GETS TO WORK
XIII. CONCERNING THEODORE SIDDLE
XIV. ON BOTH SIDES OF THE RIVER
XV. A MATTER OF HEREDITY
XVI. FURNEAUX MAKES A SUCCESSFUL BID
XVII. AN OFFICIAL HOUSEBREAKER
XVIII. THE TRUTH AT LAST
CHAPTER I
THE FACE AT THE WINDOW
CHAPTER II
P.C. ROBINSON "TAKES A LINE"
CHAPTER III
THE GATHERING CLOUDS
MR. ISIDOR G. INGERMAN
CHAPTER IV
A CABAL
CHAPTER V
THE SEEDS OP MISCHIEF
CHAPTER VI
SCOTLAND YARD TAKES A HAND
MR. CHARLES F. FUENEAUX,
NEW SCOTLAND YARD, S.W.
CHAPTER VII
"ALARUMS AND EXCURSIONS"
CHAPTER VIII
AN INTERRUPTED SYMPOSIUM
CHAPTER IX
HE WHOM THE CAP FITS
"I--"
CHAPTER X
THE CASE AGAINST GRANT
CHAPTER XI
P. C. ROBINSON TAKES ANOTHER LINE
CHAPTER XII
WHEREIN WINTER GETS TO WORK
J.L. WINTER,
CHAPTER XIII
CONCERNING THEODOEE SIDDLE
CHAPTER XIV
ON BOTH SIDES OF THE BIVEE
CHAPTER XV
A MATTER OF HEREDITY
CHAPTER XVI
FURNEAUX MAKES A SUCCESSFUL BID
CHAPTER XVII
AN OFFICIAL HOUSEBREAKER
CHAPTER XVIII
THE TRUTH AT LAST
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K.D.S.
NEW YORK, 1907.
CONTENTS
HENRY ESMOND
THE VIRGINIANS
BECKY SHARP AT SCHOOL
CUFF'S FIGHT WITH "FIGS"
GEORGE OSBORNE--RAWDON CRAWLEY
CLIVE AND ETHEL NEWCOME
ARTHUR PENDENNIS
CAROLINE
HENRY ESMOND
THE VIRGINIANS
BECKY SHARP AT SCHOOL
BARBARA PINKERTON.
CUFFS FIGHT WITH "FIGS"
GEORGE SEDLEY OSBORNE.
GEORGE OSBORNE--RAWDON CRAWLEY
GEORGE SEDLEY OSBORNE.
CLIVE AND ETHEL NEWCOME
MARTHA HONEYMAN.
B. NEWCOME.
MAJOR NEWCOME
CHARLES HONEYMAN.
MARTHA HONEYMAN.
ARTHUR PENDENNIS
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NEW YORK, 1907.
CONTENTS
HENRY ESMOND
THE VIRGINIANS
BECKY SHARP AT SCHOOL
CUFF'S FIGHT WITH "FIGS"
GEORGE OSBORNE--RAWDON CRAWLEY
CLIVE AND ETHEL NEWCOME
ARTHUR PENDENNIS
CAROLINE
HENRY ESMOND
THE VIRGINIANS
BECKY SHARP AT SCHOOL
BARBARA PINKERTON.
CUFFS FIGHT WITH "FIGS"
GEORGE SEDLEY OSBORNE.
GEORGE OSBORNE--RAWDON CRAWLEY
GEORGE SEDLEY OSBORNE.
CLIVE AND ETHEL NEWCOME
MARTHA HONEYMAN.
B. NEWCOME.
MAJOR NEWCOME
CHARLES HONEYMAN.
MARTHA HONEYMAN.
ARTHUR PENDENNIS
CAROLINE
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AMERICAN POLITICAL IDEAS
VIEWED FROM THE STANDPOINT OF UNIVERSAL HISTORY
DELIVERED AT THE ROYAL INSTITUTION OF GREAT BRITAIN IN MAY 1880
BY JOHN FISKE
TOCQUEVILLE
TO
EDWARD LIVINGSTON YOUMANS
NOBLEST OF MEN AND DEAREST OF FRIENDS
WHOSE UNSELFISH AND UNTIRING WORK IN EDUCATING THE AMERICAN PEOPLE IN
PREFACE.
CONTENTS
I.
THE TOWN-MEETING.
II.
THE FEDERAL UNION.
III.
"MANIFEST DESTINY."
AMERICAN POLITICAL IDEAS.
I.
THE TOWN-MEETING.
II.
THE FEDERAL UNION.
III.
"MANIFEST DESTINY."
INDEX.
SARACENS
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