The Youth of Jefferson Or, a Chronicle of College Scrapes at Williamsburg, in Virginia, A.D. 1764
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The Youth of Jefferson Or, a Chronicle of College Scrapes at Williamsburg, in Virginia, A.D. 1764

By John Esten Cooke
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  • THE YOUTH OF JEFFERSON
    • TABLE OF CONTENT.
    • TO THE READER.
  • THE YOUTH OF JEFFERSON.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • HOW THREE PERSONS IN THIS HISTORY CAME BY THEIR NAMES.
      • CHAPTER II.
        • JACQUES SHOWS THE ADVANTAGE OF BEING LED CAPTIVE BY A CROOK.
      • JACQUES SHOWS THE ADVANTAGE OF BEING LED CAPTIVE BY A CROOK.
      • CHAPTER III.
        • AN HEIRESS WHO WISHES TO BECOME A MAN.
      • AN HEIRESS WHO WISHES TO BECOME A MAN.
      • CHAPTER IV.
        • A POOR YOUNG MAN, AND A RICH YOUNG GIRL.
      • A POOR YOUNG MAN, AND A RICH YOUNG GIRL.
      • CHAPTER V.
        • IN WHICH SIR ASINUS MAKES AS IGNOMINIOUS RETREAT.
      • IN WHICH SIR ASINUS MAKES AS IGNOMINIOUS RETREAT.
      • CHAPTER VI.
        • HOW SIR ASINUS STAKED HIS GARTERS AGAINST A PISTOLE, AND LOST.
      • HOW SIR ASINUS STAKED HIS GARTERS AGAINST A PISTOLE, AND LOST.
      • CHAPTER VII.
        • JACQUES BESTOWS HIS PATERNAL ADVICE UPON A SCHOOLGIRL.
      • JACQUES BESTOWS HIS PATERNAL ADVICE UPON A SCHOOLGIRL.
      • CHAPTER VIII.
        • HOW SIR ASINUS INVENTED A NEW ORDER OF PHILOSOPHERS, THE APICIANS.
      • HOW SIR ASINUS INVENTED A NEW ORDER OF PHILOSOPHERS, THE APICIANS.
      • CHAPTER IX.
        • THE LUCK OF JACQUES.
      • THE LUCK OF JACQUES.
      • CHAPTER X.
        • MOWBRAY OPENS HIS HEART TO HIS NEW FRIEND.
      • MOWBRAY OPENS HIS HEART TO HIS NEW FRIEND.
      • CHAPTER XI.
        • HOW HOFFLAND FOUND THAT HE HAD LEFT HIS KEY BEHIND.
      • HOW HOFFLAND FOUND THAT HE HAD LEFT HIS KEY BEHIND.
      • CHAPTER XII.
        • HOW HOFFLAND CAUGHT A TARTAR IN THE PERSON OF MISS LUCY'S LOVER.
      • HOW HOFFLAND CAUGHT A TARTAR IN THE PERSON OF MISS LUCY'S LOVER.
      • CHAPTER XIII.
        • HOFFLAND MAKES HIS WILL.
      • HOFFLAND MAKES HIS WILL.
      • CHAPTER XIV.
        • HOSTILE CORRESPONDENCE.
      • HOSTILE CORRESPONDENCE.
      • CHAPTER XV.
        • SENTIMENTS OF A DISAPPOINTED LOVER ON THE SUBJECT OF WOMEN.
      • SENTIMENTS OF A DISAPPOINTED LOVER ON THE SUBJECT OF WOMEN.
      • CHAPTER XVI.
        • ADVANCE OF THE ENEMY UPON SIR ASINUS.
      • ADVANCE OF THE ENEMY UPON SIR ASINUS.
      • CHAPTER XVII.
        • CORYDON GOES A-COURTING.
      • CORYDON GOES A-COURTING.
      • CHAPTER XVIII.
        • GOING TO ROSELAND.
      • GOING TO ROSELAND.
      • CHAPTER XIX.
        • HOFFLAND EXERTS HIMSELF TO AMUSE THE COMPANY.
      • HOFFLAND EXERTS HIMSELF TO AMUSE THE COMPANY.
      • CHAPTER XX.
        • AT ROSELAND, IN THE EVENING.
      • AT ROSELAND, IN THE EVENING.
      • CHAPTER XXI.
        • DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT OF SIR ASINUS.
      • DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT OF SIR ASINUS.
      • CHAPTER XXII.
        • HOW HOFFLAND PREFERRED A GLOVE TO A DOZEN PISTOLES.
      • HOW HOFFLAND PREFERRED A GLOVE TO A DOZEN PISTOLES.
      • CHAPTER XXIII.
        • HOW SIR ASINUS FISHED FOR SWALLOWS, AND WHAT HE CAUGHT.
      • HOW SIR ASINUS FISHED FOR SWALLOWS, AND WHAT HE CAUGHT.
      • CHAPTER XXIV.
        • HOFFLAND IS WHISKED AWAY IN A CHARIOT.
      • HOFFLAND IS WHISKED AWAY IN A CHARIOT.
      • CHAPTER XXV.
        • SIR ASINUS GOES TO THE BALL.
      • SIR ASINUS GOES TO THE BALL.
      • CHAPTER XXVI.
        • ERNEST AND PHILIPPA.
      • ERNEST AND PHILIPPA.
      • CHAPTER XXVII.
        • THE LAST CHANCE OF JACQUES.
      • THE LAST CHANCE OF JACQUES.
      • CHAPTER XXVIII.
        • SIR ASINUS INTENDS FOR EUROPE.
      • SIR ASINUS INTENDS FOR EUROPE.
      • CHAPTER XXIX.
        • THE MAY FESTIVAL.
      • THE MAY FESTIVAL.
      • CHAPTER XXX.
        • ILLUSTRATIONS.
      • ILLUSTRATIONS.
      • FINIS.
    • HOW THREE PERSONS IN THIS HISTORY CAME BY THEIR NAMES.
    • CHAPTER II.
      • JACQUES SHOWS THE ADVANTAGE OF BEING LED CAPTIVE BY A CROOK.
    • JACQUES SHOWS THE ADVANTAGE OF BEING LED CAPTIVE BY A CROOK.
    • CHAPTER III.
      • AN HEIRESS WHO WISHES TO BECOME A MAN.
    • AN HEIRESS WHO WISHES TO BECOME A MAN.
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • A POOR YOUNG MAN, AND A RICH YOUNG GIRL.
    • A POOR YOUNG MAN, AND A RICH YOUNG GIRL.
    • CHAPTER V.
      • IN WHICH SIR ASINUS MAKES AS IGNOMINIOUS RETREAT.
    • IN WHICH SIR ASINUS MAKES AS IGNOMINIOUS RETREAT.
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • HOW SIR ASINUS STAKED HIS GARTERS AGAINST A PISTOLE, AND LOST.
    • HOW SIR ASINUS STAKED HIS GARTERS AGAINST A PISTOLE, AND LOST.
    • CHAPTER VII.
      • JACQUES BESTOWS HIS PATERNAL ADVICE UPON A SCHOOLGIRL.
    • JACQUES BESTOWS HIS PATERNAL ADVICE UPON A SCHOOLGIRL.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
      • HOW SIR ASINUS INVENTED A NEW ORDER OF PHILOSOPHERS, THE APICIANS.
    • HOW SIR ASINUS INVENTED A NEW ORDER OF PHILOSOPHERS, THE APICIANS.
    • CHAPTER IX.
      • THE LUCK OF JACQUES.
    • THE LUCK OF JACQUES.
    • CHAPTER X.
      • MOWBRAY OPENS HIS HEART TO HIS NEW FRIEND.
    • MOWBRAY OPENS HIS HEART TO HIS NEW FRIEND.
    • CHAPTER XI.
      • HOW HOFFLAND FOUND THAT HE HAD LEFT HIS KEY BEHIND.
    • HOW HOFFLAND FOUND THAT HE HAD LEFT HIS KEY BEHIND.
    • CHAPTER XII.
      • HOW HOFFLAND CAUGHT A TARTAR IN THE PERSON OF MISS LUCY'S LOVER.
    • HOW HOFFLAND CAUGHT A TARTAR IN THE PERSON OF MISS LUCY'S LOVER.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
      • HOFFLAND MAKES HIS WILL.
    • HOFFLAND MAKES HIS WILL.
    • CHAPTER XIV.
      • HOSTILE CORRESPONDENCE.
    • HOSTILE CORRESPONDENCE.
    • CHAPTER XV.
      • SENTIMENTS OF A DISAPPOINTED LOVER ON THE SUBJECT OF WOMEN.
    • SENTIMENTS OF A DISAPPOINTED LOVER ON THE SUBJECT OF WOMEN.
    • CHAPTER XVI.
      • ADVANCE OF THE ENEMY UPON SIR ASINUS.
    • ADVANCE OF THE ENEMY UPON SIR ASINUS.
    • CHAPTER XVII.
      • CORYDON GOES A-COURTING.
    • CORYDON GOES A-COURTING.
    • CHAPTER XVIII.
      • GOING TO ROSELAND.
    • GOING TO ROSELAND.
    • CHAPTER XIX.
      • HOFFLAND EXERTS HIMSELF TO AMUSE THE COMPANY.
    • HOFFLAND EXERTS HIMSELF TO AMUSE THE COMPANY.
    • CHAPTER XX.
      • AT ROSELAND, IN THE EVENING.
    • AT ROSELAND, IN THE EVENING.
    • CHAPTER XXI.
      • DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT OF SIR ASINUS.
    • DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT OF SIR ASINUS.
    • CHAPTER XXII.
      • HOW HOFFLAND PREFERRED A GLOVE TO A DOZEN PISTOLES.
    • HOW HOFFLAND PREFERRED A GLOVE TO A DOZEN PISTOLES.
    • CHAPTER XXIII.
      • HOW SIR ASINUS FISHED FOR SWALLOWS, AND WHAT HE CAUGHT.
    • HOW SIR ASINUS FISHED FOR SWALLOWS, AND WHAT HE CAUGHT.
    • CHAPTER XXIV.
      • HOFFLAND IS WHISKED AWAY IN A CHARIOT.
    • HOFFLAND IS WHISKED AWAY IN A CHARIOT.
    • CHAPTER XXV.
      • SIR ASINUS GOES TO THE BALL.
    • SIR ASINUS GOES TO THE BALL.
    • CHAPTER XXVI.
      • ERNEST AND PHILIPPA.
    • ERNEST AND PHILIPPA.
    • CHAPTER XXVII.
      • THE LAST CHANCE OF JACQUES.
    • THE LAST CHANCE OF JACQUES.
    • CHAPTER XXVIII.
      • SIR ASINUS INTENDS FOR EUROPE.
    • SIR ASINUS INTENDS FOR EUROPE.
    • CHAPTER XXIX.
      • THE MAY FESTIVAL.
    • THE MAY FESTIVAL.
    • CHAPTER XXX.
      • ILLUSTRATIONS.
    • ILLUSTRATIONS.
    • FINIS.
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