The Terrible Twins
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The Terrible Twins

By Edgar Jepson
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  • [Frontispiece: "Cats for the cats' home!" said Sir Maurice Falconer.]
  • THE TERRIBLE TWINS
    • By
    • EDGAR JEPSON
      • Author of The Admirable Tinker, Pollyooly, etc.
      • WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HANSON BOOTH
        • INDIANAPOLIS THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY PUBLISHERS
      • INDIANAPOLIS THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY PUBLISHERS
    • Author of The Admirable Tinker, Pollyooly, etc.
    • WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HANSON BOOTH
      • INDIANAPOLIS THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY PUBLISHERS
    • INDIANAPOLIS THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY PUBLISHERS
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • "Cats for the cats' home!" said Sir Maurice Falconer. . . . . . Frontispiece
      • "This is different," she said.
      • We are avenged.
      • She was almost sorry when they came at last to the foot of the knoll.
      • The Archduke bellowed, "Zerbst! Zerbst! Zerbst!"
      • Sir James turned and found himself looking into the deep brown eyes of a very pretty woman.
    • "Cats for the cats' home!" said Sir Maurice Falconer. . . . . . Frontispiece
    • "This is different," she said.
    • We are avenged.
    • She was almost sorry when they came at last to the foot of the knoll.
    • The Archduke bellowed, "Zerbst! Zerbst! Zerbst!"
    • Sir James turned and found himself looking into the deep brown eyes of a very pretty woman.
  • THE TERRIBLE TWINS
    • CHAPTER I
      • AND CAPTAIN BASTER
      • CHAPTER II
      • GUARDIAN ANGELS
      • CHAPTER III
      • AND THE CATS' HOME
      • CHAPTER IV
      • AND THE VISIT OF INSPECTION
      • LADY RYEHAMPTON'S CATS' HOME
      • CHAPTER V
      • AND THE SACRED BIRD
      • CHAPTER VI
      • AND THE LANDED PROPRIETOR
      • CHAPTER VII
      • AND PRINGLE'S POND
      • CHAPTER VIII
      • AND THE MUTTLE DEEPING PEACHES
      • [Illustration: "This is different," she said.]
      • CHAPTER IX
      • AND THE CAUSE OF FREEDOM
      • CHAPTER X
      • AND THE ENTERTAINMENT OF ROYALTY
      • [Illustration: Skull and Crossbones captioned "We are avenged. A Desparate Socialist"]
      • [Illustration: She was almost sorry when they came at last to the foot of the knoll.]
      • CHAPTER XI
      • AND THE UNREST CURE
      • [Illustration: The archduke bellowed: "Zerbst! Zerbst! Zerbst!"]
      • CHAPTER XII
      • AND THE MUTTLE DEEPING FISHING
      • CHAPTER XIII
      • AND AN APOLOGY
      • [Illustration: Sir James turned and found himself looking into the deep brown eyes of a very pretty woman.]
      • CHAPTER XIV
      • AND THE SOUND OF WEDDING BELLS
      • THE END
    • AND CAPTAIN BASTER
    • CHAPTER II
    • GUARDIAN ANGELS
    • CHAPTER III
    • AND THE CATS' HOME
    • CHAPTER IV
    • AND THE VISIT OF INSPECTION
    • LADY RYEHAMPTON'S CATS' HOME
    • CHAPTER V
    • AND THE SACRED BIRD
    • CHAPTER VI
    • AND THE LANDED PROPRIETOR
    • CHAPTER VII
    • AND PRINGLE'S POND
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • AND THE MUTTLE DEEPING PEACHES
    • [Illustration: "This is different," she said.]
    • CHAPTER IX
    • AND THE CAUSE OF FREEDOM
    • CHAPTER X
    • AND THE ENTERTAINMENT OF ROYALTY
    • [Illustration: Skull and Crossbones captioned "We are avenged. A Desparate Socialist"]
    • [Illustration: She was almost sorry when they came at last to the foot of the knoll.]
    • CHAPTER XI
    • AND THE UNREST CURE
    • [Illustration: The archduke bellowed: "Zerbst! Zerbst! Zerbst!"]
    • CHAPTER XII
    • AND THE MUTTLE DEEPING FISHING
    • CHAPTER XIII
    • AND AN APOLOGY
    • [Illustration: Sir James turned and found himself looking into the deep brown eyes of a very pretty woman.]
    • CHAPTER XIV
    • AND THE SOUND OF WEDDING BELLS
    • THE END
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