With Ring of Shield
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With Ring of Shield

By Knox Magee
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  • Knox Magee
  • WITH RING OF SHIELD
    • Illustrated by F. A. CARTER
      • GEORGE J. McLEOD PUBLISHER —— TORONTO
    • GEORGE J. McLEOD PUBLISHER —— TORONTO
    • CONTENTS
    • Illustrations
      • Knox Magee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
        • "Both our lances flew into a thousand pieces."
        • "The signal was then given."
        • "I am to blame, and I alone should suffer."
        • "Always remember thy mother and this, her advice."
        • "Ha, thou blond varmint."
        • "I climbed wearily to the top."
        • "Come on, ye pack of cowards."
      • "Both our lances flew into a thousand pieces."
      • "The signal was then given."
      • "I am to blame, and I alone should suffer."
      • "Always remember thy mother and this, her advice."
      • "Ha, thou blond varmint."
      • "I climbed wearily to the top."
      • "Come on, ye pack of cowards."
    • Knox Magee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
      • "Both our lances flew into a thousand pieces."
      • "The signal was then given."
      • "I am to blame, and I alone should suffer."
      • "Always remember thy mother and this, her advice."
      • "Ha, thou blond varmint."
      • "I climbed wearily to the top."
      • "Come on, ye pack of cowards."
    • "Both our lances flew into a thousand pieces."
    • "The signal was then given."
    • "I am to blame, and I alone should suffer."
    • "Always remember thy mother and this, her advice."
    • "Ha, thou blond varmint."
    • "I climbed wearily to the top."
    • "Come on, ye pack of cowards."
    • With Ring of Shield
      • CHAPTER I
        • SIR FREDERICK HARLESTON
      • SIR FREDERICK HARLESTON
      • CHAPTER II
        • THE MAIDENS
      • THE MAIDENS
      • CHAPTER III
        • A FIRST BRUSH WITH THE ENEMY
      • A FIRST BRUSH WITH THE ENEMY
      • CHAPTER IV
        • THE TAKING OF BERWICK
        • "Both our lances flew into a thousand pieces."
      • THE TAKING OF BERWICK
      • "Both our lances flew into a thousand pieces."
      • CHAPTER V
        • FROM BERWICK TO WINDSOR
      • FROM BERWICK TO WINDSOR
      • CHAPTER VI
        • THE KING'S GIFTS
      • THE KING'S GIFTS
      • CHAPTER VII
        • THE BALL AT THE CASTLE
      • THE BALL AT THE CASTLE
      • CHAPTER VIII
        • THE DUEL
        • "The signal was then given."
      • THE DUEL
      • "The signal was then given."
      • CHAPTER IX
        • THE KING'S DEATH
      • THE KING'S DEATH
      • CHAPTER X
        • I AM SENT TO LUDLOW
      • I AM SENT TO LUDLOW
      • CHAPTER XI
        • SOME HAPPENINGS AT WINDSOR
      • SOME HAPPENINGS AT WINDSOR
      • CHAPTER XII
        • GLOUCESTER SHOWS HIS HAND
      • GLOUCESTER SHOWS HIS HAND
      • CHAPTER XIII
        • THE FLIGHT FROM THE PALACE
        • "I am to blame, and I alone should suffer."
      • THE FLIGHT FROM THE PALACE
      • "I am to blame, and I alone should suffer."
      • CHAPTER XIV
        • I REACH WESTMINSTER
      • I REACH WESTMINSTER
      • CHAPTER XV
        • MICHAEL AND CATESBY
      • MICHAEL AND CATESBY
      • CHAPTER XVI
        • MY DANGEROUS POSITION
      • MY DANGEROUS POSITION
      • CHAPTER XVII
        • AT THE SANCTUARY
        • "Always remember thy mother and this, her advice."
      • AT THE SANCTUARY
      • "Always remember thy mother and this, her advice."
      • CHAPTER XVIII
        • RICHARD TRIUMPHS
      • RICHARD TRIUMPHS
      • CHAPTER XIX
        • A MESSAGE IS SENT TO RICHMOND
      • A MESSAGE IS SENT TO RICHMOND
      • CHAPTER XX
        • BEFORE THE TOURNAMENT
      • BEFORE THE TOURNAMENT
      • CHAPTER XXI
        • THE TOURNAMENT
      • THE TOURNAMENT
      • CHAPTER XXII
        • A MIDNIGHT ADVENTURE
        • "Ha, thou bloody varmint."
      • A MIDNIGHT ADVENTURE
      • "Ha, thou bloody varmint."
      • CHAPTER XXIII
        • THE ARREST
      • THE ARREST
      • CHAPTER XXIV
        • IN THE TOWER
      • IN THE TOWER
      • CHAPTER XXV
        • MICHAEL AND I
        • "I climbed wearily to the top."
      • MICHAEL AND I
      • "I climbed wearily to the top."
      • CHAPTER XXVI
        • THE HOUSE WITH THE FLAG
        • "Come on, ye pack of cowards."
      • THE HOUSE WITH THE FLAG
      • "Come on, ye pack of cowards."
      • CHAPTER XXVII
        • THE FIELD OF BOSWORTH
      • THE FIELD OF BOSWORTH
      • CHAPTER XXVIII
        • CONCLUSION
      • CONCLUSION
    • CHAPTER I
      • SIR FREDERICK HARLESTON
    • SIR FREDERICK HARLESTON
    • CHAPTER II
      • THE MAIDENS
    • THE MAIDENS
    • CHAPTER III
      • A FIRST BRUSH WITH THE ENEMY
    • A FIRST BRUSH WITH THE ENEMY
    • CHAPTER IV
      • THE TAKING OF BERWICK
      • "Both our lances flew into a thousand pieces."
    • THE TAKING OF BERWICK
    • "Both our lances flew into a thousand pieces."
    • CHAPTER V
      • FROM BERWICK TO WINDSOR
    • FROM BERWICK TO WINDSOR
    • CHAPTER VI
      • THE KING'S GIFTS
    • THE KING'S GIFTS
    • CHAPTER VII
      • THE BALL AT THE CASTLE
    • THE BALL AT THE CASTLE
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • THE DUEL
      • "The signal was then given."
    • THE DUEL
    • "The signal was then given."
    • CHAPTER IX
      • THE KING'S DEATH
    • THE KING'S DEATH
    • CHAPTER X
      • I AM SENT TO LUDLOW
    • I AM SENT TO LUDLOW
    • CHAPTER XI
      • SOME HAPPENINGS AT WINDSOR
    • SOME HAPPENINGS AT WINDSOR
    • CHAPTER XII
      • GLOUCESTER SHOWS HIS HAND
    • GLOUCESTER SHOWS HIS HAND
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • THE FLIGHT FROM THE PALACE
      • "I am to blame, and I alone should suffer."
    • THE FLIGHT FROM THE PALACE
    • "I am to blame, and I alone should suffer."
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • I REACH WESTMINSTER
    • I REACH WESTMINSTER
    • CHAPTER XV
      • MICHAEL AND CATESBY
    • MICHAEL AND CATESBY
    • CHAPTER XVI
      • MY DANGEROUS POSITION
    • MY DANGEROUS POSITION
    • CHAPTER XVII
      • AT THE SANCTUARY
      • "Always remember thy mother and this, her advice."
    • AT THE SANCTUARY
    • "Always remember thy mother and this, her advice."
    • CHAPTER XVIII
      • RICHARD TRIUMPHS
    • RICHARD TRIUMPHS
    • CHAPTER XIX
      • A MESSAGE IS SENT TO RICHMOND
    • A MESSAGE IS SENT TO RICHMOND
    • CHAPTER XX
      • BEFORE THE TOURNAMENT
    • BEFORE THE TOURNAMENT
    • CHAPTER XXI
      • THE TOURNAMENT
    • THE TOURNAMENT
    • CHAPTER XXII
      • A MIDNIGHT ADVENTURE
      • "Ha, thou bloody varmint."
    • A MIDNIGHT ADVENTURE
    • "Ha, thou bloody varmint."
    • CHAPTER XXIII
      • THE ARREST
    • THE ARREST
    • CHAPTER XXIV
      • IN THE TOWER
    • IN THE TOWER
    • CHAPTER XXV
      • MICHAEL AND I
      • "I climbed wearily to the top."
    • MICHAEL AND I
    • "I climbed wearily to the top."
    • CHAPTER XXVI
      • THE HOUSE WITH THE FLAG
      • "Come on, ye pack of cowards."
    • THE HOUSE WITH THE FLAG
    • "Come on, ye pack of cowards."
    • CHAPTER XXVII
      • THE FIELD OF BOSWORTH
    • THE FIELD OF BOSWORTH
    • CHAPTER XXVIII
      • CONCLUSION
    • CONCLUSION
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