Idonia: A Romance of Old London
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Idonia: A Romance of Old London

By Arthur Frederick Wallis
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  • The great ledger-book—which I now saw turned to an engine of our salvation. Chapter XIV
  • IDONIA:
    • A ROMANCE OF OLD LONDON
      • BY
      • ARTHUR F. WALLIS
        • ILLUSTRATED BY
      • ILLUSTRATED BY
      • CHARLES E. BROCK
      • BOSTON LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY 1914
      • AUTHOR'S NOTE
    • BY
    • ARTHUR F. WALLIS
      • ILLUSTRATED BY
    • ILLUSTRATED BY
    • CHARLES E. BROCK
    • BOSTON LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY 1914
    • AUTHOR'S NOTE
    • CONTENTS
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
      • THE GREAT LEDGER-BOOK—WHICH I NOW SAW TURNED TO AN ENGINE OF OUR SALVATION . . . Frontispiece
        • THE ARGUMENT BETWEEN MR. SKEGS AND PTOLEMY
        • MR. JORDAN REGARDED ME VERY MOURNFULLY
        • "YOU CANNOT BE IGNORANT THAT THIS AFFAIR IS LIKE TO END BADLY FOR YOU, MR. DENIS"
      • THE ARGUMENT BETWEEN MR. SKEGS AND PTOLEMY
      • MR. JORDAN REGARDED ME VERY MOURNFULLY
      • "YOU CANNOT BE IGNORANT THAT THIS AFFAIR IS LIKE TO END BADLY FOR YOU, MR. DENIS"
    • THE GREAT LEDGER-BOOK—WHICH I NOW SAW TURNED TO AN ENGINE OF OUR SALVATION . . . Frontispiece
      • THE ARGUMENT BETWEEN MR. SKEGS AND PTOLEMY
      • MR. JORDAN REGARDED ME VERY MOURNFULLY
      • "YOU CANNOT BE IGNORANT THAT THIS AFFAIR IS LIKE TO END BADLY FOR YOU, MR. DENIS"
    • THE ARGUMENT BETWEEN MR. SKEGS AND PTOLEMY
    • MR. JORDAN REGARDED ME VERY MOURNFULLY
    • "YOU CANNOT BE IGNORANT THAT THIS AFFAIR IS LIKE TO END BADLY FOR YOU, MR. DENIS"
    • IDONIA
      • CHAPTER I
        • IN WHICH I LEARN FOR THE FIRST TIME THAT I HAVE AN UNCLE
      • IN WHICH I LEARN FOR THE FIRST TIME THAT I HAVE AN UNCLE
      • CHAPTER II
        • IN WHICH PTOLEMY PHILPOT COMMENCES HIS STUDY OF THE LATIN TONGUE
        • The argument between Mr. Skegs & Ptolemy. Chapter II
      • IN WHICH PTOLEMY PHILPOT COMMENCES HIS STUDY OF THE LATIN TONGUE
      • The argument between Mr. Skegs & Ptolemy. Chapter II
      • CHAPTER III
        • HOW A BROTHER, HAVING OFFENDED, WAS FORGIVEN
      • HOW A BROTHER, HAVING OFFENDED, WAS FORGIVEN
      • CHAPTER IV
        • IN WHICH I SAY FAREWELL THRICE
      • IN WHICH I SAY FAREWELL THRICE
      • CHAPTER V
        • PRINCIPALLY TELLS HOW SIR MATTHEW JUKE WAS CAST AWAY UPON THE HEBRIDES
      • PRINCIPALLY TELLS HOW SIR MATTHEW JUKE WAS CAST AWAY UPON THE HEBRIDES
      • CHAPTER VI
        • HOW THE OLD SCHOLAR AND I CAME TO LONDON
      • HOW THE OLD SCHOLAR AND I CAME TO LONDON
      • CHAPTER VII
        • IN WHICH I CONCEIVE A DISLIKE OF AN EARL'S SERVANT AND AN AFFECTION FOR A MAN OF LAW
      • IN WHICH I CONCEIVE A DISLIKE OF AN EARL'S SERVANT AND AN AFFECTION FOR A MAN OF LAW
      • CHAPTER VIII
        • A CHAPTER OF CHEATS
      • A CHAPTER OF CHEATS
      • CHAPTER IX
        • TELLS HOW I CHANGED MY LODGING AND LOST MY MARE
      • TELLS HOW I CHANGED MY LODGING AND LOST MY MARE
      • CHAPTER X
        • HOW I SAW AN ENEMY AT THE WINDOW
      • HOW I SAW AN ENEMY AT THE WINDOW
      • CHAPTER XI
        • IS SUFFICIENT IN THAT IT TELLS OF IDONIA
      • IS SUFFICIENT IN THAT IT TELLS OF IDONIA
      • CHAPTER XII
        • HOW MR. JORDAN COULD NOT RUN COUNTER TO THE COURSE OF NATURE
        • Mr. Jordan regarded me very mournfully. Chapter XII
      • HOW MR. JORDAN COULD NOT RUN COUNTER TO THE COURSE OF NATURE
      • Mr. Jordan regarded me very mournfully. Chapter XII
      • CHAPTER XIII
        • PETTY WALES
      • PETTY WALES
      • CHAPTER XIV
        • HOW IDONIA TAUGHT ME AND A CAPTAIN OF THE GUARD HOW TO KEEP BOOKS
      • HOW IDONIA TAUGHT ME AND A CAPTAIN OF THE GUARD HOW TO KEEP BOOKS
      • CHAPTER XV
        • IN WHICH I BEGIN TO EARN MY LIVING
      • IN WHICH I BEGIN TO EARN MY LIVING
      • CHAPTER XVI
        • THE SIEGE OF PETTY WALES
      • THE SIEGE OF PETTY WALES
      • CHAPTER XVII
        • HOW I FOUND AN OLD FRIEND IN A STRANGE PLACE, AND HOW PTOLEMY RENEWED HIS STUDY OF THE LATIN TONGUE
      • HOW I FOUND AN OLD FRIEND IN A STRANGE PLACE, AND HOW PTOLEMY RENEWED HIS STUDY OF THE LATIN TONGUE
      • CHAPTER XVIII
        • IN WHICH I RECEIVE A COMMISSION AND SUFFER A CHECK
      • IN WHICH I RECEIVE A COMMISSION AND SUFFER A CHECK
      • CHAPTER XIX
        • IN WHICH I COME TO GRIPS WITH MR. MALPAS
        • "You cannot be ignorant that this affair is like to end badly for you, Mr. Denis." Chapter XIX
      • IN WHICH I COME TO GRIPS WITH MR. MALPAS
      • "You cannot be ignorant that this affair is like to end badly for you, Mr. Denis." Chapter XIX
      • CHAPTER XX
        • THE ADVENTURE OF THE CHINESE JAR
      • THE ADVENTURE OF THE CHINESE JAR
      • CHAPTER XXI
        • THE "FAIR HAVEN" OF WAPPING
      • THE "FAIR HAVEN" OF WAPPING
      • CHAPTER XXII
        • HOW MY UNCLE BOTOLPH LOST HIS LUCK
      • HOW MY UNCLE BOTOLPH LOST HIS LUCK
      • CHAPTER XXIII
        • THE VOYAGE OF THE SARACEN'S HEAD
      • THE VOYAGE OF THE SARACEN'S HEAD
      • CHAPTER XXIV
        • THE TEMPLE BENEATH THE WATERS
      • THE TEMPLE BENEATH THE WATERS
      • CHAPTER XXV
        • IW WHICH THE SHIPS OF WAR GO BY AND THE TALE ENDS
      • IW WHICH THE SHIPS OF WAR GO BY AND THE TALE ENDS
    • CHAPTER I
      • IN WHICH I LEARN FOR THE FIRST TIME THAT I HAVE AN UNCLE
    • IN WHICH I LEARN FOR THE FIRST TIME THAT I HAVE AN UNCLE
    • CHAPTER II
      • IN WHICH PTOLEMY PHILPOT COMMENCES HIS STUDY OF THE LATIN TONGUE
      • The argument between Mr. Skegs & Ptolemy. Chapter II
    • IN WHICH PTOLEMY PHILPOT COMMENCES HIS STUDY OF THE LATIN TONGUE
    • The argument between Mr. Skegs & Ptolemy. Chapter II
    • CHAPTER III
      • HOW A BROTHER, HAVING OFFENDED, WAS FORGIVEN
    • HOW A BROTHER, HAVING OFFENDED, WAS FORGIVEN
    • CHAPTER IV
      • IN WHICH I SAY FAREWELL THRICE
    • IN WHICH I SAY FAREWELL THRICE
    • CHAPTER V
      • PRINCIPALLY TELLS HOW SIR MATTHEW JUKE WAS CAST AWAY UPON THE HEBRIDES
    • PRINCIPALLY TELLS HOW SIR MATTHEW JUKE WAS CAST AWAY UPON THE HEBRIDES
    • CHAPTER VI
      • HOW THE OLD SCHOLAR AND I CAME TO LONDON
    • HOW THE OLD SCHOLAR AND I CAME TO LONDON
    • CHAPTER VII
      • IN WHICH I CONCEIVE A DISLIKE OF AN EARL'S SERVANT AND AN AFFECTION FOR A MAN OF LAW
    • IN WHICH I CONCEIVE A DISLIKE OF AN EARL'S SERVANT AND AN AFFECTION FOR A MAN OF LAW
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • A CHAPTER OF CHEATS
    • A CHAPTER OF CHEATS
    • CHAPTER IX
      • TELLS HOW I CHANGED MY LODGING AND LOST MY MARE
    • TELLS HOW I CHANGED MY LODGING AND LOST MY MARE
    • CHAPTER X
      • HOW I SAW AN ENEMY AT THE WINDOW
    • HOW I SAW AN ENEMY AT THE WINDOW
    • CHAPTER XI
      • IS SUFFICIENT IN THAT IT TELLS OF IDONIA
    • IS SUFFICIENT IN THAT IT TELLS OF IDONIA
    • CHAPTER XII
      • HOW MR. JORDAN COULD NOT RUN COUNTER TO THE COURSE OF NATURE
      • Mr. Jordan regarded me very mournfully. Chapter XII
    • HOW MR. JORDAN COULD NOT RUN COUNTER TO THE COURSE OF NATURE
    • Mr. Jordan regarded me very mournfully. Chapter XII
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • PETTY WALES
    • PETTY WALES
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • HOW IDONIA TAUGHT ME AND A CAPTAIN OF THE GUARD HOW TO KEEP BOOKS
    • HOW IDONIA TAUGHT ME AND A CAPTAIN OF THE GUARD HOW TO KEEP BOOKS
    • CHAPTER XV
      • IN WHICH I BEGIN TO EARN MY LIVING
    • IN WHICH I BEGIN TO EARN MY LIVING
    • CHAPTER XVI
      • THE SIEGE OF PETTY WALES
    • THE SIEGE OF PETTY WALES
    • CHAPTER XVII
      • HOW I FOUND AN OLD FRIEND IN A STRANGE PLACE, AND HOW PTOLEMY RENEWED HIS STUDY OF THE LATIN TONGUE
    • HOW I FOUND AN OLD FRIEND IN A STRANGE PLACE, AND HOW PTOLEMY RENEWED HIS STUDY OF THE LATIN TONGUE
    • CHAPTER XVIII
      • IN WHICH I RECEIVE A COMMISSION AND SUFFER A CHECK
    • IN WHICH I RECEIVE A COMMISSION AND SUFFER A CHECK
    • CHAPTER XIX
      • IN WHICH I COME TO GRIPS WITH MR. MALPAS
      • "You cannot be ignorant that this affair is like to end badly for you, Mr. Denis." Chapter XIX
    • IN WHICH I COME TO GRIPS WITH MR. MALPAS
    • "You cannot be ignorant that this affair is like to end badly for you, Mr. Denis." Chapter XIX
    • CHAPTER XX
      • THE ADVENTURE OF THE CHINESE JAR
    • THE ADVENTURE OF THE CHINESE JAR
    • CHAPTER XXI
      • THE "FAIR HAVEN" OF WAPPING
    • THE "FAIR HAVEN" OF WAPPING
    • CHAPTER XXII
      • HOW MY UNCLE BOTOLPH LOST HIS LUCK
    • HOW MY UNCLE BOTOLPH LOST HIS LUCK
    • CHAPTER XXIII
      • THE VOYAGE OF THE SARACEN'S HEAD
    • THE VOYAGE OF THE SARACEN'S HEAD
    • CHAPTER XXIV
      • THE TEMPLE BENEATH THE WATERS
    • THE TEMPLE BENEATH THE WATERS
    • CHAPTER XXV
      • IW WHICH THE SHIPS OF WAR GO BY AND THE TALE ENDS
    • IW WHICH THE SHIPS OF WAR GO BY AND THE TALE ENDS
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