The Camp of Refuge A Tale of the Conquest of the Isle of Ely
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The Camp of Refuge A Tale of the Conquest of the Isle of Ely

By Charles MacFarlane
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Table of Contents
  • THE CAMP OF REFUGE.
  • THE EDITOR’S PREFACE.
  • THE CONTENTS.
  • CHAPTER I. THE MESSENGER.
  • CHAPTER II. THE SUCCURSAL CELL.
  • CHAPTER III. THE GREAT HOUSE AT ELY.
  • CHAPTER IV. THE MONKS OF ELY FEAST.
  • CHAPTER V. THE MONKS OF ELY TAKE COUNSEL.
  • CHAPTER VI. IVO TAILLE-BOIS AND THE LADIE LUCIA.
  • CHAPTER VII. HEREWARD’S RETURN.
  • CHAPTER VIII. LORD HEREWARD GOES TO GET HIS OWN.
  • CHAPTER IX. ELFRIC THE EX-NOVICE, AND GIROLAMO OF SALERNO, PREPARE TO PLAY AT DEVILS.
  • CHAPTER X. THE HOUSE AT CROWLAND.
  • CHAPTER XI. THE LINDEN-GROVE AND LADIE ALFTRUDE.
  • CHAPTER XII. THE MARRIAGE AND THE AMBUSCADE.
  • CHAPTER XIII. HOW LORD HEREWARD AND HIS LADIE LIVED AT EY.
  • CHAPTER XIV. HEREWARD IS MADE KNIGHT.
  • CHAPTER XV. THE CASTLE AT CAM-BRIDGE AND A BATTLE.
  • CHAPTER XVI. THE TRAITOROUS MONKS OF PETERBOROUGH
  • CHAPTER XVII. HEREWARD GOES TO BRUNN, AND IS DISTURBED THERE.
  • CHAPTER XVIII. THE DANES AND THEIR KING’S SON.
  • CHAPTER XIX. THE NORMAN WITCH.
  • CHAPTER XX. THE NORMAN DUKE TRIES AGAIN.
  • CHAPTER XXI. THE MONKS OF ELY COMPLAIN AND PLOT.
  • CHAPTER XXII. HEREWARD BRINGS CORN AND WINE TO ELY.
  • CHAPTER XXIII. A CHAPTER AND A GREAT TREASON.
  • CHAPTER XXIV. THE DUNGEON.
  • CHAPTER XXV. THE NORMANS IN THE CAMP.
  • CHAPTER XXVI. A FIRE AND A RESCUE.
  • CHAPTER XXVII. HEREWARD STILL FIGHTS.
  • CHAPTER XXVIII. THE HAPPY END.
  • APPENDIX.
    • Note A.—(Page 5.) FOUNDATION OF ELY ABBEY.
    • Note B.—(Page 5.) THE LEGEND OF S. LUCY.
    • Note C.—(Pages 5, 45, 57.) OVIN’S CROSS AT ELY.
    • Note D.—(Page 7.) SPALDING PRIORY.
    • Note E.—(Pages 16, 17.) ARCHBISHOP PARKER’S SALT-VAT.
    • Note F.—(Page 20.) ABBEY OF S. ALBAN.
    • Note G.—(Page 59). CROWLAND ABBEY.
    • Note H.—(Page 61.) RAMSEY ABBEY.
    • Note I.—(Page 61.) THORNEY ABBEY.
    • Note J.—(Page 67.) KING’S LYNN IN THE 18TH CENTURY.
    • Note K.—(Pages 74, 409.)* THE CAMP OF REFUGE SURRENDERED. (From Historia Eliensis, lib. sec.)
    • Note L.—(Page 216.) PETERBOROUGH ABBEY.
    • Note M.—(Page 217.) THE GIFT OF BRAND.
    • Note N.—(Page 466.) KNUT’S VISIT TO ELY.
    • FENLAND BIBLIOGRAPHY.
  • Transcriber's Notes
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