In the Valley
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In the Valley

By Harold Frederic
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  • In the Valley
    • Harold Frederic
      • Copyright 1890
    • Copyright 1890
    • Dedication.
  • Contents.
  • In The Valley
    • Chapter I
      • "The French Are in the Valley!"
    • "The French Are in the Valley!"
    • Chapter II
      • Setting Forth How the Girl Child Was Brought to Us.
    • Setting Forth How the Girl Child Was Brought to Us.
    • Chapter III
      • Master Philip Makes His Bow--And Behaves Badly.
    • Master Philip Makes His Bow--And Behaves Badly.
    • Chapter IV
      • In Which I Become the Son of the House.
    • In Which I Become the Son of the House.
    • Chapter V
      • How a Stately Name Was Shortened and Sweetened.
    • How a Stately Name Was Shortened and Sweetened.
    • Chapter VI
      • Within Sound of the Shouting Waters.
    • Within Sound of the Shouting Waters.
    • Chapter VII
      • Through Happy Youth to Man's Estate.
    • Through Happy Youth to Man's Estate.
    • Chapter VIII
      • Enter My Lady Berenicia Cross.
    • Enter My Lady Berenicia Cross.
    • Chapter IX
      • I See My Sweet Sister Dressed in Strange Attire.
    • I See My Sweet Sister Dressed in Strange Attire.
    • Chapter X
      • The Masquerade Brings Me Nothing but Pain.
    • The Masquerade Brings Me Nothing but Pain.
    • Chapter XI
      • As I Make My Adieux Mr. Philip Comes In.
    • As I Make My Adieux Mr. Philip Comes In.
    • Chapter XII
      • Old-Time Politics Pondered Under the Forest Starlight.
    • Old-Time Politics Pondered Under the Forest Starlight.
    • Chapter XIII
      • To the Far Lake Country and Home Again.
    • To the Far Lake Country and Home Again.
    • Chapter XIV
      • How I Seem to Feel a Wanting Note in the Chorus of Welcome.
    • How I Seem to Feel a Wanting Note in the Chorus of Welcome.
    • Chapter XV
      • The Rude Awakening from My Dream.
    • The Rude Awakening from My Dream.
    • Chapter XVI
      • Tulp Gets a Broken Head to Match My Heart.
    • Tulp Gets a Broken Head to Match My Heart.
    • Chapter XVII
      • I Perforce Say Farewell to My Old Home.
    • I Perforce Say Farewell to My Old Home.
    • Chapter XVIII
      • The Fair Beginning of a New Life in Ancient Albany.
    • The Fair Beginning of a New Life in Ancient Albany.
    • Chapter XIX
      • I Go to a Famous Gathering at the Patroon's Manor House.
    • I Go to a Famous Gathering at the Patroon's Manor House.
    • Chapter XX
      • A Foolish and Vexatious Quarrel Is Thrust Upon Me.
    • A Foolish and Vexatious Quarrel Is Thrust Upon Me.
    • Chapter XXI
      • Containing Other News Besides that from Bunker Hill.
    • Containing Other News Besides that from Bunker Hill.
    • Chapter XXII
      • The Master and Mistress of Cairncross.
    • The Master and Mistress of Cairncross.
    • Chapter XXIII
      • How Philip in Wrath, Daisy in Anguish, Fly Their Home.
    • How Philip in Wrath, Daisy in Anguish, Fly Their Home.
    • Chapter XXIV
      • The Night Attack upon Quebec--And My Share in It.
    • The Night Attack upon Quebec--And My Share in It.
    • Chapter XXV
      • A Crestfallen Return to Albany.
    • A Crestfallen Return to Albany.
    • Chapter XXVI
      • I See Daisy and the Old Home Once More.
    • I See Daisy and the Old Home Once More.
    • Chapter XXVII
      • The Arrest of Poor Lady Johnson.
    • The Arrest of Poor Lady Johnson.
    • Chapter XXVIII
      • An Old Acquaintance Turns Up In Manacles.
    • An Old Acquaintance Turns Up In Manacles.
    • Chapter XXIX
      • The Message Sent Ahead from the Invading Army.
    • The Message Sent Ahead from the Invading Army.
    • Chapter XXX
      • From the Scythe and Reaper to the Musket.
    • From the Scythe and Reaper to the Musket.
    • Chapter XXXI
      • The Rendezvous of Fighting Men at Fort Dayton.
    • The Rendezvous of Fighting Men at Fort Dayton.
    • Chapter XXXII
      • "The Blood Be on Your Heads."
    • "The Blood Be on Your Heads."
    • Chapter XXXIII
      • The Fearsome Death-Struggle in the Forest.
    • The Fearsome Death-Struggle in the Forest.
    • Chapter XXXIV
      • Alone at Last with My Enemy.
    • Alone at Last with My Enemy.
    • Chapter XXXV
      • The Strange Uses to Which Revenge May Be Put.
    • The Strange Uses to Which Revenge May Be Put.
    • Chapter XXXVI
      • A Final Scene in the Gulf which My Eyes Are Mercifully Spared.
    • A Final Scene in the Gulf which My Eyes Are Mercifully Spared.
    • Chapter XXXVII
      • The Peaceful Ending of It All.
    • The Peaceful Ending of It All.
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