Tales of the Chesapeake
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Tales of the Chesapeake

By George Alfred Townsend
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  • TALES OF THE CHESAPEAKE
    • BY
    • GEO. ALFRED TOWNSEND
      • "GATH."
      • NEW YORK:
      • AMERICAN NEWS COMPANY,
        • 39 AND 41 Chambers Street.
      • 39 AND 41 Chambers Street.
      • 1880.
    • "GATH."
    • NEW YORK:
    • AMERICAN NEWS COMPANY,
      • 39 AND 41 Chambers Street.
    • 39 AND 41 Chambers Street.
    • 1880.
    • TO MY FATHER,
      • REV. STEPHEN TOWNSEND, M.D., PH.D.,
        • WHOSE ANCESTORS EXPLORED THE CHESAPEAKE BAY IN 1623, AND WERE SETTLED ON THE POCOMOKE RIVER ALMOST TWO HUNDRED YEARS, NEAR HIS BIRTHPLACE;
        • WITH
        • THE AFFECTION OF
      • WHOSE ANCESTORS EXPLORED THE CHESAPEAKE BAY IN 1623, AND WERE SETTLED ON THE POCOMOKE RIVER ALMOST TWO HUNDRED YEARS, NEAR HIS BIRTHPLACE;
      • WITH
      • THE AFFECTION OF
      • HIS ONLY SURVIVING SON.
    • REV. STEPHEN TOWNSEND, M.D., PH.D.,
      • WHOSE ANCESTORS EXPLORED THE CHESAPEAKE BAY IN 1623, AND WERE SETTLED ON THE POCOMOKE RIVER ALMOST TWO HUNDRED YEARS, NEAR HIS BIRTHPLACE;
      • WITH
      • THE AFFECTION OF
    • WHOSE ANCESTORS EXPLORED THE CHESAPEAKE BAY IN 1623, AND WERE SETTLED ON THE POCOMOKE RIVER ALMOST TWO HUNDRED YEARS, NEAR HIS BIRTHPLACE;
    • WITH
    • THE AFFECTION OF
    • HIS ONLY SURVIVING SON.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • MOTHERNOOK.
      • THE EASTERN SHORE OF MARYLAND.
    • THE EASTERN SHORE OF MARYLAND.
    • TALES AND IDYLS.
    • KING OF CHINCOTEAGUE.
    • HAUNTED PUNGY.
    • TICKING STONE.
    • THE IMP IN NANJEMOY.
    • THE FALL OF UTIE.
    • LEGEND OF FUNKSTOWN.
    • JUDGE WHALEY'S DEMON.
    • A CONVENT LEGEND.
    • CRUTCH, THE PAGE.
      • I.—CHIPS.
      • II.—HASH.
      • III.—DUST.
      • IV.—CAKE.
    • I.—CHIPS.
    • II.—HASH.
    • III.—DUST.
    • IV.—CAKE.
    • HERMAN OF BOHEMIA MANOR.
      • NOTE TO HERMAN OF BOHEMIA MANOR.[1]
    • NOTE TO HERMAN OF BOHEMIA MANOR.[1]
    • KIDNAPPED.
    • THE JUDGE'S LAST TUNE.
    • DOMINION OVER THE FISH.
    • THE CIRCUIT PREACHER.
    • THE BIG IDIOT.
    • A BAYSIDE IDYL.
    • SIR WILLIAM JOHNSON'S NIGHT.
    • THE PHANTOM ARCHITECT.
    • THE LOBBY BROTHER.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • POTOMAC RIVER.
    • TELL-TALE FEET.
    • UPPER MARLB'RO'.
    • PREACHERS' SONS IN 1849.
    • CHESTER RIVER.
    • OLD WASHINGTON ALMSHOUSE.
    • OLD ST. MARY'S.
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