The Island House A Tale for the Young Folks
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The Island House A Tale for the Young Folks

By F. M. (Frederic Morell) Holmes
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  • "I do believe there's Miss Edith at the window!" (p. 25)
  • THE ISLAND HOUSE
    • A Tale for the Young Folks.
      • BY
    • BY
    • F. M. HOLMES,
      • AUTHOR OF "THE BELL BUOY;" "JACK MARSTON'S ANCHOR;" "THE WHITE SLEDGE," ETC.
        • Publishers S. W. Partridge & Co., Ltd. London 1898
        • BOOKS IN THE SAME SERIES
        • LONDON S. W. PARTRIDGE & CO, LTD. MADE IN GREAT BRITAIN.
      • Publishers S. W. Partridge & Co., Ltd. London 1898
      • BOOKS IN THE SAME SERIES
      • LONDON S. W. PARTRIDGE & CO, LTD. MADE IN GREAT BRITAIN.
    • AUTHOR OF "THE BELL BUOY;" "JACK MARSTON'S ANCHOR;" "THE WHITE SLEDGE," ETC.
      • Publishers S. W. Partridge & Co., Ltd. London 1898
      • BOOKS IN THE SAME SERIES
      • LONDON S. W. PARTRIDGE & CO, LTD. MADE IN GREAT BRITAIN.
    • Publishers S. W. Partridge & Co., Ltd. London 1898
    • BOOKS IN THE SAME SERIES
    • LONDON S. W. PARTRIDGE & CO, LTD. MADE IN GREAT BRITAIN.
    • CONTENTS.
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • "I do believe there's Miss Edith at the window!"    Frontispiece
        • "Alfy and Mansy made quite an enjoyable meal."
        • "On floated the tub, leaving him alone in the tree!"
        • "'I wonder if I could undo these knots with my teeth? I will try.'"
      • "Alfy and Mansy made quite an enjoyable meal."
      • "On floated the tub, leaving him alone in the tree!"
      • "'I wonder if I could undo these knots with my teeth? I will try.'"
    • "I do believe there's Miss Edith at the window!"    Frontispiece
      • "Alfy and Mansy made quite an enjoyable meal."
      • "On floated the tub, leaving him alone in the tree!"
      • "'I wonder if I could undo these knots with my teeth? I will try.'"
    • "Alfy and Mansy made quite an enjoyable meal."
    • "On floated the tub, leaving him alone in the tree!"
    • "'I wonder if I could undo these knots with my teeth? I will try.'"
  • THE ISLAND HOUSE.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • OLD MANSY HEARS SOMETHING.
      • CHAPTER II.
      • TO THE LABURNUM TREE.
        • "ALFY AND MANSY MADE QUITE AN ENJOYABLE MEAL."
      • "ALFY AND MANSY MADE QUITE AN ENJOYABLE MEAL."
      • CHAPTER III.
      • THE YOUNG NAVIGATOR.
        • "ON FLOATED THE TUB, LEAVING HIM ALONE IN THE TREE!"
      • "ON FLOATED THE TUB, LEAVING HIM ALONE IN THE TREE!"
      • CHAPTER IV.
      • "WHAT HAVE YOU HEARD?"
      • CHAPTER V.
      • WITH TIED WRISTS.
        • "'I WONDER IF I COULD UNDO THESE KNOTS WITH MY TEETH? I WILL TRY.'"
      • "'I WONDER IF I COULD UNDO THESE KNOTS WITH MY TEETH? I WILL TRY.'"
      • CHAPTER VI.
      • AN UNWELCOME VISITOR.
    • OLD MANSY HEARS SOMETHING.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • TO THE LABURNUM TREE.
      • "ALFY AND MANSY MADE QUITE AN ENJOYABLE MEAL."
    • "ALFY AND MANSY MADE QUITE AN ENJOYABLE MEAL."
    • CHAPTER III.
    • THE YOUNG NAVIGATOR.
      • "ON FLOATED THE TUB, LEAVING HIM ALONE IN THE TREE!"
    • "ON FLOATED THE TUB, LEAVING HIM ALONE IN THE TREE!"
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • "WHAT HAVE YOU HEARD?"
    • CHAPTER V.
    • WITH TIED WRISTS.
      • "'I WONDER IF I COULD UNDO THESE KNOTS WITH MY TEETH? I WILL TRY.'"
    • "'I WONDER IF I COULD UNDO THESE KNOTS WITH MY TEETH? I WILL TRY.'"
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • AN UNWELCOME VISITOR.
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