Wilton School; or, Harry Campbell's Revenge
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Wilton School; or, Harry Campbell's Revenge

By Frederic Edward Weatherly
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  • "His eyes were greedily fixed on the book; then he would write a little, then look again, then write again. He was cribbing."—WILTON SCHOOL, page 33.
  • WILTON SCHOOL:
    • OR,
    • HARRY CAMPBELL'S REVENGE.
      • A Tale.
      • BY
    • A Tale.
    • BY
    • FRED. E. WEATHERLY, B.A.,
      • AUTHOR OF "MURIEL, AND OTHER POEMS."
        • EDINBURGH: W. P. NIMMO, HAY, & MITCHELL 1872
      • EDINBURGH: W. P. NIMMO, HAY, & MITCHELL 1872
      • TO My Little Brothers, ALFRED, ARTHUR, HERBERT, LEWIS, AND CECIL, I DEDICATE THIS TALE.
    • AUTHOR OF "MURIEL, AND OTHER POEMS."
      • EDINBURGH: W. P. NIMMO, HAY, & MITCHELL 1872
    • EDINBURGH: W. P. NIMMO, HAY, & MITCHELL 1872
    • TO My Little Brothers, ALFRED, ARTHUR, HERBERT, LEWIS, AND CECIL, I DEDICATE THIS TALE.
    • CONTENTS.
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • "His eyes were greedily fixed on the book; then he would write a little, then look again, then write again. He was cribbing." . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
      • "'Leave him to me,' said Warburton, a tall ungainly boy of fourteen, as boy after boy was eager to take the quarrel to himself."
      • "There he was, safe on the ground at last."
      • "He never uttered a word, but ate his breakfast, and enjoyed it thoroughly."
    • "His eyes were greedily fixed on the book; then he would write a little, then look again, then write again. He was cribbing." . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
    • "'Leave him to me,' said Warburton, a tall ungainly boy of fourteen, as boy after boy was eager to take the quarrel to himself."
    • "There he was, safe on the ground at last."
    • "He never uttered a word, but ate his breakfast, and enjoyed it thoroughly."
  • WILTON SCHOOL
    • CHAPTER I.
      • A LONG GOOD-BYE.
      • CHAPTER II.
      • WHY THE SAD GOOD-BYE WAS GIVEN.
      • CHAPTER III.
      • SAD INFORMATION.
      • CHAPTER IV.
      • WILTON SCHOOL.
      • CHAPTER V.
      • MOTHER AND SON.
      • CHAPTER VI.
      • INJURED INNOCENCE.
      • CHAPTER VII.
      • A BOY FIGHT AT SCHOOL.
        • "'Leave him to me,' said Warburton, a tall ungainly boy of fourteen, as boy after boy was eager to take the quarrel to himself."—WILTON SCHOOL, page 52.
      • "'Leave him to me,' said Warburton, a tall ungainly boy of fourteen, as boy after boy was eager to take the quarrel to himself."—WILTON SCHOOL, page 52.
      • CHAPTER VIII.
      • FRIENDS IN MISFORTUNE.
      • CHAPTER IX.
      • HARRY PUT ON TRIAL.
      • CHAPTER X.
      • SUNLIGHT.
      • CHAPTER XI.
      • MOVING HOME.
      • CHAPTER XII.
      • BULLYING.
      • CHAPTER XIII.
      • FLIGHT.
        • "There he was, safe on the ground at last."—WILTON SCHOOL, page 98
      • "There he was, safe on the ground at last."—WILTON SCHOOL, page 98
      • CHAPTER XIV.
      • AT SLEEP AT LAST.
      • CHAPTER XV.
      • THE BITERS BIT.
      • CHAPTER XVI.
      • BLEWCOME'S ROYAL MENAGERIE.
        • "He never uttered a word, but ate his breakfast, and enjoyed it thoroughly."—WILTON SCHOOL, page 131.
      • "He never uttered a word, but ate his breakfast, and enjoyed it thoroughly."—WILTON SCHOOL, page 131.
      • CHAPTER XVII.
      • THE LOST FOUND.
      • CHAPTER XVIII.
      • FATHER AND SON.
      • CHAPTER XIX.
      • AT WILTON ONCE MORE.
      • CHAPTER XX.
      • AVENGED AT LAST.
    • A LONG GOOD-BYE.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • WHY THE SAD GOOD-BYE WAS GIVEN.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • SAD INFORMATION.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • WILTON SCHOOL.
    • CHAPTER V.
    • MOTHER AND SON.
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • INJURED INNOCENCE.
    • CHAPTER VII.
    • A BOY FIGHT AT SCHOOL.
      • "'Leave him to me,' said Warburton, a tall ungainly boy of fourteen, as boy after boy was eager to take the quarrel to himself."—WILTON SCHOOL, page 52.
    • "'Leave him to me,' said Warburton, a tall ungainly boy of fourteen, as boy after boy was eager to take the quarrel to himself."—WILTON SCHOOL, page 52.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
    • FRIENDS IN MISFORTUNE.
    • CHAPTER IX.
    • HARRY PUT ON TRIAL.
    • CHAPTER X.
    • SUNLIGHT.
    • CHAPTER XI.
    • MOVING HOME.
    • CHAPTER XII.
    • BULLYING.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
    • FLIGHT.
      • "There he was, safe on the ground at last."—WILTON SCHOOL, page 98
    • "There he was, safe on the ground at last."—WILTON SCHOOL, page 98
    • CHAPTER XIV.
    • AT SLEEP AT LAST.
    • CHAPTER XV.
    • THE BITERS BIT.
    • CHAPTER XVI.
    • BLEWCOME'S ROYAL MENAGERIE.
      • "He never uttered a word, but ate his breakfast, and enjoyed it thoroughly."—WILTON SCHOOL, page 131.
    • "He never uttered a word, but ate his breakfast, and enjoyed it thoroughly."—WILTON SCHOOL, page 131.
    • CHAPTER XVII.
    • THE LOST FOUND.
    • CHAPTER XVIII.
    • FATHER AND SON.
    • CHAPTER XIX.
    • AT WILTON ONCE MORE.
    • CHAPTER XX.
    • AVENGED AT LAST.
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