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Young Folks Treasury, Volume 3 (of 12) Classic Tales and Old-Fashioned Stories

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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Young Folks Treasury, Volume 3 (of 12), by Various, Edited by Hamilton Wright Mabie
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    • YOUNG FOLKS' TREASURY
      • In 12 Volumes
      • HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE
      • EDWARD EVERETT HALE
    • In 12 Volumes
    • HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE
    • EDWARD EVERETT HALE
  • Classic Tales and Old-Fashioned Stories
    • HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE
      • DANIEL EDWIN WHEELER
        • VOLUME III
        • New York
      • VOLUME III
      • New York
      • THE UNIVERSITY SOCIETY INC.
    • DANIEL EDWIN WHEELER
      • VOLUME III
      • New York
    • VOLUME III
    • New York
    • THE UNIVERSITY SOCIETY INC.
    • PARTIAL LIST OF EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS
      • HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE
      • EDWARD EVERETT HALE
      • DANIEL EDWIN WHEELER
    • HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE
    • EDWARD EVERETT HALE
    • DANIEL EDWIN WHEELER
    • CONTENTS
      • CLASSIC TALES
      • OLD-FASHIONED STORIES
      • ILLUSTRATIONS
    • CLASSIC TALES
    • OLD-FASHIONED STORIES
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
    • INTRODUCTION
      • I
      • CLASSIC TALES
    • I
    • CLASSIC TALES
    • INTRODUCTION
      • II
      • OLD-FASHIONED STORIES
    • II
    • OLD-FASHIONED STORIES
    • CLASSIC TALES
      • DON QUIXOTE By MIGUEL CERVANTES
        • ADAPTED BY JOHN LANG
        • I
        • HOW DON QUIXOTE WAS KNIGHTED
        • II
        • HOW DON QUIXOTE RESCUED ANDRES; AND HOW HE RETURNED HOME
        • III
        • HOW DON QUIXOTE AND SANCHO PANZA STARTED ON THEIR SEARCH FOR ADVENTURES; AND HOW DON QUIXOTE FOUGHT WITH THE WINDMILLS
        • IV
        • HOW DON QUIXOTE WON A HELMET; HOW HE FOUGHT WITH TWO ARMIES; AND HOW SANCHO'S ASS WAS STOLEN
        • V
        • HOW DON QUIXOTE SAW DULCINEA
        • VI
        • HOW DON QUIXOTE FOUGHT WITH A LION; AND HOW HE DEFEATED THE MOORS
        • VII
        • THE BATTLE WITH THE BULLS; THE FIGHT WITH THE KNIGHT OF THE WHITE MOON; AND HOW DON QUIXOTE DIED
      • ADAPTED BY JOHN LANG
      • I
      • HOW DON QUIXOTE WAS KNIGHTED
      • II
      • HOW DON QUIXOTE RESCUED ANDRES; AND HOW HE RETURNED HOME
      • III
      • HOW DON QUIXOTE AND SANCHO PANZA STARTED ON THEIR SEARCH FOR ADVENTURES; AND HOW DON QUIXOTE FOUGHT WITH THE WINDMILLS
      • IV
      • HOW DON QUIXOTE WON A HELMET; HOW HE FOUGHT WITH TWO ARMIES; AND HOW SANCHO'S ASS WAS STOLEN
      • V
      • HOW DON QUIXOTE SAW DULCINEA
      • VI
      • HOW DON QUIXOTE FOUGHT WITH A LION; AND HOW HE DEFEATED THE MOORS
      • VII
      • THE BATTLE WITH THE BULLS; THE FIGHT WITH THE KNIGHT OF THE WHITE MOON; AND HOW DON QUIXOTE DIED
    • DON QUIXOTE By MIGUEL CERVANTES
      • ADAPTED BY JOHN LANG
      • I
      • HOW DON QUIXOTE WAS KNIGHTED
      • II
      • HOW DON QUIXOTE RESCUED ANDRES; AND HOW HE RETURNED HOME
      • III
      • HOW DON QUIXOTE AND SANCHO PANZA STARTED ON THEIR SEARCH FOR ADVENTURES; AND HOW DON QUIXOTE FOUGHT WITH THE WINDMILLS
      • IV
      • HOW DON QUIXOTE WON A HELMET; HOW HE FOUGHT WITH TWO ARMIES; AND HOW SANCHO'S ASS WAS STOLEN
      • V
      • HOW DON QUIXOTE SAW DULCINEA
      • VI
      • HOW DON QUIXOTE FOUGHT WITH A LION; AND HOW HE DEFEATED THE MOORS
      • VII
      • THE BATTLE WITH THE BULLS; THE FIGHT WITH THE KNIGHT OF THE WHITE MOON; AND HOW DON QUIXOTE DIED
    • ADAPTED BY JOHN LANG
    • I
    • HOW DON QUIXOTE WAS KNIGHTED
    • II
    • HOW DON QUIXOTE RESCUED ANDRES; AND HOW HE RETURNED HOME
    • III
    • HOW DON QUIXOTE AND SANCHO PANZA STARTED ON THEIR SEARCH FOR ADVENTURES; AND HOW DON QUIXOTE FOUGHT WITH THE WINDMILLS
    • IV
    • HOW DON QUIXOTE WON A HELMET; HOW HE FOUGHT WITH TWO ARMIES; AND HOW SANCHO'S ASS WAS STOLEN
    • V
    • HOW DON QUIXOTE SAW DULCINEA
    • VI
    • HOW DON QUIXOTE FOUGHT WITH A LION; AND HOW HE DEFEATED THE MOORS
    • VII
    • THE BATTLE WITH THE BULLS; THE FIGHT WITH THE KNIGHT OF THE WHITE MOON; AND HOW DON QUIXOTE DIED
    • GULLIVER'S TRAVELS
      • VOYAGE TO LILLIPUT
        • ADAPTED BY JOHN LANG
        • I
        • GULLIVER'S BIRTH AND EARLY VOYAGES
        • II
        • GULLIVER IS WRECKED ON THE COAST OF LILLIPUT
        • III
        • GULLIVER IS TAKEN AS A PRISONER TO THE CAPITAL OF LILLIPUT
        • IV
        • GULLIVER IS FREED, AND CAPTURES THE BLEFUSCAN FLEET
        • V
        • GULLIVER'S ESCAPE FROM LILLIPUT AND RETURN TO ENGLAND
      • ADAPTED BY JOHN LANG
      • I
      • GULLIVER'S BIRTH AND EARLY VOYAGES
      • II
      • GULLIVER IS WRECKED ON THE COAST OF LILLIPUT
      • III
      • GULLIVER IS TAKEN AS A PRISONER TO THE CAPITAL OF LILLIPUT
      • IV
      • GULLIVER IS FREED, AND CAPTURES THE BLEFUSCAN FLEET
      • V
      • GULLIVER'S ESCAPE FROM LILLIPUT AND RETURN TO ENGLAND
      • THE ARABIAN NIGHTS
        • ADAPTED BY AMY STEEDMAN
        • I
        • ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP
        • II
        • THE ENCHANTED HORSE
        • III
        • SINDBAD THE SAILOR
      • ADAPTED BY AMY STEEDMAN
      • I
      • ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP
      • II
      • THE ENCHANTED HORSE
      • III
      • SINDBAD THE SAILOR
      • THE ILIAD OF HOMER
        • ADAPTED BY JEANIE LANG
        • I
        • THE STORY OF WHAT LED TO THE SIEGE OF TROY
        • II
        • THE COUNCIL
        • III
        • THE FIGHT BETWEEN PARIS AND MENELAUS
        • IV
        • HECTOR AND ANDROMACHE
        • V
        • HOW PATROCLUS FOUGHT AND DIED
        • VI
        • THE ROUSING OF ACHILLES
      • ADAPTED BY JEANIE LANG
      • I
      • THE STORY OF WHAT LED TO THE SIEGE OF TROY
      • II
      • THE COUNCIL
      • III
      • THE FIGHT BETWEEN PARIS AND MENELAUS
      • IV
      • HECTOR AND ANDROMACHE
      • V
      • HOW PATROCLUS FOUGHT AND DIED
      • VI
      • THE ROUSING OF ACHILLES
      • THE ODYSSEY OF HOMER
        • ADAPTED BY JEANIE LANG
        • I
        • WHAT HAPPENED IN ITHACA WHILE ODYSSEUS WAS AWAY
        • II
        • HOW ODYSSEUS CAME HOME
      • ADAPTED BY JEANIE LANG
      • I
      • WHAT HAPPENED IN ITHACA WHILE ODYSSEUS WAS AWAY
      • II
      • HOW ODYSSEUS CAME HOME
      • ROBINSON CRUSOE
        • ADAPTED BY JOHN LANG
        • I
        • HOW ROBINSON FIRST WENT TO SEA; AND HOW HE WAS SHIPWRECKED
        • II
        • ROBINSON WORKS HARD AT MAKING HIMSELF A HOME
        • III
        • THE EARTHQUAKE AND HURRICANE; AND HOW ROBINSON BUILT A BOAT
        • IV
        • ROBINSON BUILDS A SECOND BOAT, IN WHICH HE IS SWEPT OUT TO SEA
        • V
        • ROBINSON SEES A FOOTPRINT ON THE SAND, FINDS A CAVE, AND RESCUES FRIDAY
        • VI
        • ROBINSON TRAINS FRIDAY, AND THEY BUILD A LARGE BOAT; THEY RESCUE TWO PRISONERS FROM THE CANNIBALS
        • VII
        • ARRIVAL OF AN ENGLISH SHIP; ROBINSON SAILS FOR HOME
      • ADAPTED BY JOHN LANG
      • I
      • HOW ROBINSON FIRST WENT TO SEA; AND HOW HE WAS SHIPWRECKED
      • II
      • ROBINSON WORKS HARD AT MAKING HIMSELF A HOME
      • III
      • THE EARTHQUAKE AND HURRICANE; AND HOW ROBINSON BUILT A BOAT
      • IV
      • ROBINSON BUILDS A SECOND BOAT, IN WHICH HE IS SWEPT OUT TO SEA
      • V
      • ROBINSON SEES A FOOTPRINT ON THE SAND, FINDS A CAVE, AND RESCUES FRIDAY
      • VI
      • ROBINSON TRAINS FRIDAY, AND THEY BUILD A LARGE BOAT; THEY RESCUE TWO PRISONERS FROM THE CANNIBALS
      • VII
      • ARRIVAL OF AN ENGLISH SHIP; ROBINSON SAILS FOR HOME
      • CANTERBURY TALES
        • ADAPTED BY JANET HARVEY KELMAN
        • I
        • DORIGEN
        • II
        • EMELIA
        • III
        • GRISELDA
      • ADAPTED BY JANET HARVEY KELMAN
      • I
      • DORIGEN
      • II
      • EMELIA
      • III
      • GRISELDA
      • THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS
        • ADAPTED BY MARY MACGREGOR
      • ADAPTED BY MARY MACGREGOR
      • TALES FROM SHAKESPEARE
        • I
        • THE TEMPEST
        • II
        • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
      • I
      • THE TEMPEST
      • II
      • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
    • VOYAGE TO LILLIPUT
      • ADAPTED BY JOHN LANG
      • I
      • GULLIVER'S BIRTH AND EARLY VOYAGES
      • II
      • GULLIVER IS WRECKED ON THE COAST OF LILLIPUT
      • III
      • GULLIVER IS TAKEN AS A PRISONER TO THE CAPITAL OF LILLIPUT
      • IV
      • GULLIVER IS FREED, AND CAPTURES THE BLEFUSCAN FLEET
      • V
      • GULLIVER'S ESCAPE FROM LILLIPUT AND RETURN TO ENGLAND
    • ADAPTED BY JOHN LANG
    • I
    • GULLIVER'S BIRTH AND EARLY VOYAGES
    • II
    • GULLIVER IS WRECKED ON THE COAST OF LILLIPUT
    • III
    • GULLIVER IS TAKEN AS A PRISONER TO THE CAPITAL OF LILLIPUT
    • IV
    • GULLIVER IS FREED, AND CAPTURES THE BLEFUSCAN FLEET
    • V
    • GULLIVER'S ESCAPE FROM LILLIPUT AND RETURN TO ENGLAND
    • THE ARABIAN NIGHTS
      • ADAPTED BY AMY STEEDMAN
      • I
      • ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP
      • II
      • THE ENCHANTED HORSE
      • III
      • SINDBAD THE SAILOR
    • ADAPTED BY AMY STEEDMAN
    • I
    • ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP
    • II
    • THE ENCHANTED HORSE
    • III
    • SINDBAD THE SAILOR
    • THE ILIAD OF HOMER
      • ADAPTED BY JEANIE LANG
      • I
      • THE STORY OF WHAT LED TO THE SIEGE OF TROY
      • II
      • THE COUNCIL
      • III
      • THE FIGHT BETWEEN PARIS AND MENELAUS
      • IV
      • HECTOR AND ANDROMACHE
      • V
      • HOW PATROCLUS FOUGHT AND DIED
      • VI
      • THE ROUSING OF ACHILLES
    • ADAPTED BY JEANIE LANG
    • I
    • THE STORY OF WHAT LED TO THE SIEGE OF TROY
    • II
    • THE COUNCIL
    • III
    • THE FIGHT BETWEEN PARIS AND MENELAUS
    • IV
    • HECTOR AND ANDROMACHE
    • V
    • HOW PATROCLUS FOUGHT AND DIED
    • VI
    • THE ROUSING OF ACHILLES
    • THE ODYSSEY OF HOMER
      • ADAPTED BY JEANIE LANG
      • I
      • WHAT HAPPENED IN ITHACA WHILE ODYSSEUS WAS AWAY
      • II
      • HOW ODYSSEUS CAME HOME
    • ADAPTED BY JEANIE LANG
    • I
    • WHAT HAPPENED IN ITHACA WHILE ODYSSEUS WAS AWAY
    • II
    • HOW ODYSSEUS CAME HOME
    • ROBINSON CRUSOE
      • ADAPTED BY JOHN LANG
      • I
      • HOW ROBINSON FIRST WENT TO SEA; AND HOW HE WAS SHIPWRECKED
      • II
      • ROBINSON WORKS HARD AT MAKING HIMSELF A HOME
      • III
      • THE EARTHQUAKE AND HURRICANE; AND HOW ROBINSON BUILT A BOAT
      • IV
      • ROBINSON BUILDS A SECOND BOAT, IN WHICH HE IS SWEPT OUT TO SEA
      • V
      • ROBINSON SEES A FOOTPRINT ON THE SAND, FINDS A CAVE, AND RESCUES FRIDAY
      • VI
      • ROBINSON TRAINS FRIDAY, AND THEY BUILD A LARGE BOAT; THEY RESCUE TWO PRISONERS FROM THE CANNIBALS
      • VII
      • ARRIVAL OF AN ENGLISH SHIP; ROBINSON SAILS FOR HOME
    • ADAPTED BY JOHN LANG
    • I
    • HOW ROBINSON FIRST WENT TO SEA; AND HOW HE WAS SHIPWRECKED
    • II
    • ROBINSON WORKS HARD AT MAKING HIMSELF A HOME
    • III
    • THE EARTHQUAKE AND HURRICANE; AND HOW ROBINSON BUILT A BOAT
    • IV
    • ROBINSON BUILDS A SECOND BOAT, IN WHICH HE IS SWEPT OUT TO SEA
    • V
    • ROBINSON SEES A FOOTPRINT ON THE SAND, FINDS A CAVE, AND RESCUES FRIDAY
    • VI
    • ROBINSON TRAINS FRIDAY, AND THEY BUILD A LARGE BOAT; THEY RESCUE TWO PRISONERS FROM THE CANNIBALS
    • VII
    • ARRIVAL OF AN ENGLISH SHIP; ROBINSON SAILS FOR HOME
    • CANTERBURY TALES
      • ADAPTED BY JANET HARVEY KELMAN
      • I
      • DORIGEN
      • II
      • EMELIA
      • III
      • GRISELDA
    • ADAPTED BY JANET HARVEY KELMAN
    • I
    • DORIGEN
    • II
    • EMELIA
    • III
    • GRISELDA
    • THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS
      • ADAPTED BY MARY MACGREGOR
    • ADAPTED BY MARY MACGREGOR
    • TALES FROM SHAKESPEARE
      • I
      • THE TEMPEST
      • II
      • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
    • I
    • THE TEMPEST
    • II
    • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
    • OLD-FASHIONED STORIES
      • SIMPLE SUSAN
        • ADAPTED BY LOUEY CHISHOLM
        • I
        • QUEEN OF THE MAY
        • II
        • BAD NEWS
        • III
        • SUSAN'S GUINEA-FOWL
        • IV
        • SUSAN VISITS THE ABBEY
        • V
        • SUSAN'S PET LAMB
        • VI
        • THE BLIND HARPER
        • VII
        • GOOD NEWS
        • VIII
        • BARBARA VISITS THE ABBEY
        • IX
        • A SURPRISE FOR SUSAN
        • X
        • BARBARA'S ACCIDENT
        • XI
        • THE PRIZE-GIVING
        • XII
        • ATTORNEY CASE IN TROUBLE
        • XIII
        • SUSAN'S BIRTHDAY
      • ADAPTED BY LOUEY CHISHOLM
      • I
      • QUEEN OF THE MAY
      • II
      • BAD NEWS
      • III
      • SUSAN'S GUINEA-FOWL
      • IV
      • SUSAN VISITS THE ABBEY
      • V
      • SUSAN'S PET LAMB
      • VI
      • THE BLIND HARPER
      • VII
      • GOOD NEWS
      • VIII
      • BARBARA VISITS THE ABBEY
      • IX
      • A SURPRISE FOR SUSAN
      • X
      • BARBARA'S ACCIDENT
      • XI
      • THE PRIZE-GIVING
      • XII
      • ATTORNEY CASE IN TROUBLE
      • XIII
      • SUSAN'S BIRTHDAY
      • LIMBY LUMPY
        • I
        • II
      • I
      • II
      • THE SORE TONGUE
      • EYES AND NO EYES, OR THE ART OF SEEING
      • PRINCE LIFE
        • I
        • II
        • III
        • IV
        • V
        • VI
        • VII
      • I
      • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • VI
      • VII
      • THE FRUITS OF DISOBEDIENCE
        • OR THE KIDNAPPED CHILD
      • OR THE KIDNAPPED CHILD
      • DICKY RANDOM
        • OR GOOD NATURE IS NOTHING WITHOUT GOOD CONDUCT
      • OR GOOD NATURE IS NOTHING WITHOUT GOOD CONDUCT
      • EMBELLISHMENT
      • THE OYSTER PATTIES
      • TWO LITTLE BOYS
        • I
        • THE GOOD-NATURED LITTLE BOY
        • II
        • THE ILL-NATURED LITTLE BOY
      • I
      • THE GOOD-NATURED LITTLE BOY
      • II
      • THE ILL-NATURED LITTLE BOY
      • THE PURPLE JAR
      • THE THREE CAKES
      • AMENDMENT
      • TRIAL
      • A PLOT OF GUNPOWDER:
      • AN OLD LADY SEIZED FOR A GUY
        • Ascribed to WILLIAM MARTIN ("PETER PARLEY")
      • Ascribed to WILLIAM MARTIN ("PETER PARLEY")
      • UNCLE DAVID'S NONSENSICAL STORY ABOUT GIANTS AND FAIRIES
      • THE INQUISITIVE GIRL
      • BUSY IDLENESS
      • THE RENOWNED HISTORY OF LITTLE GOODY TWO-SHOES
        • Ascribed to OLIVER GOLDSMITH
        • INTRODUCTION
        • I
        • HOW AND ABOUT LITTLE MARGERY AND HER BROTHER
        • II
        • HOW AND ABOUT MR. SMITH
        • III
        • HOW LITTLE MARGERY OBTAINED THE NAME OF GOODY TWO-SHOES, AND WHAT HAPPENED IN THE PARISH
        • IV
        • HOW LITTLE MARGERY LEARNED TO READ, AND BY DEGREES TAUGHT OTHERS
        • V
        • HOW LITTLE TWO-SHOES BECAME A TROTTING TUTORESS, AND HOW SHE TAUGHT HER YOUNG PUPILS
        • LESSON FOR THE CONDUCT OF LIFE
        • VI
        • HOW THE WHOLE PARISH WAS FRIGHTENED
        • VII
        • CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF ALL THE SPIRITS OR THINGS SHE SAW IN THE CHURCH
        • HER TALE
        • REFLECTION
        • VIII
        • OF SOMETHING WHICH HAPPENED TO LITTLE MARGERY TWO-SHOES IN A BARN, MORE DREADFUL THAN THE GHOST IN THE CHURCH; AND HOW SHE RETURNED GOOD FOR EVIL TO HER ENEMY, SIR TIMOTHY.
        • IX
        • HOW LITTLE MARGERY WAS MADE PRINCIPAL OF A COUNTRY COLLEGE
      • Ascribed to OLIVER GOLDSMITH
      • INTRODUCTION
      • I
      • HOW AND ABOUT LITTLE MARGERY AND HER BROTHER
      • II
      • HOW AND ABOUT MR. SMITH
      • III
      • HOW LITTLE MARGERY OBTAINED THE NAME OF GOODY TWO-SHOES, AND WHAT HAPPENED IN THE PARISH
      • IV
      • HOW LITTLE MARGERY LEARNED TO READ, AND BY DEGREES TAUGHT OTHERS
      • V
      • HOW LITTLE TWO-SHOES BECAME A TROTTING TUTORESS, AND HOW SHE TAUGHT HER YOUNG PUPILS
      • LESSON FOR THE CONDUCT OF LIFE
      • VI
      • HOW THE WHOLE PARISH WAS FRIGHTENED
      • VII
      • CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF ALL THE SPIRITS OR THINGS SHE SAW IN THE CHURCH
      • HER TALE
      • REFLECTION
      • VIII
      • OF SOMETHING WHICH HAPPENED TO LITTLE MARGERY TWO-SHOES IN A BARN, MORE DREADFUL THAN THE GHOST IN THE CHURCH; AND HOW SHE RETURNED GOOD FOR EVIL TO HER ENEMY, SIR TIMOTHY.
      • IX
      • HOW LITTLE MARGERY WAS MADE PRINCIPAL OF A COUNTRY COLLEGE
      • THE RENOWNED HISTORY OF MRS. MARGERY TWO-SHOES
        • PART TWO
        • I
        • OF HER SCHOOL, HER USHERS, OR ASSISTANTS, AND HER MANNER OF TEACHING
        • II
        • A SCENE OF DISTRESS IN A SCHOOL
        • III
        • OF THE AMAZING SAGACITY AND INSTINCT OF A LITTLE DOG
        • IV
        • WHAT HAPPENED AT FARMER GROVE'S, AND HOW SHE GRATIFIED HIM FOR THE USE OF HIS ROOM
        • V
        • THE CASE OF MRS. MARGERY
        • VI
        • THE TRUE USE OF RICHES
      • PART TWO
      • I
      • OF HER SCHOOL, HER USHERS, OR ASSISTANTS, AND HER MANNER OF TEACHING
      • II
      • A SCENE OF DISTRESS IN A SCHOOL
      • III
      • OF THE AMAZING SAGACITY AND INSTINCT OF A LITTLE DOG
      • IV
      • WHAT HAPPENED AT FARMER GROVE'S, AND HOW SHE GRATIFIED HIM FOR THE USE OF HIS ROOM
      • V
      • THE CASE OF MRS. MARGERY
      • VI
      • THE TRUE USE OF RICHES
      • LIST OF BEST BOOKS OF CLASSIC TALES AND OLD-FASHIONED STORIES
    • SIMPLE SUSAN
      • ADAPTED BY LOUEY CHISHOLM
      • I
      • QUEEN OF THE MAY
      • II
      • BAD NEWS
      • III
      • SUSAN'S GUINEA-FOWL
      • IV
      • SUSAN VISITS THE ABBEY
      • V
      • SUSAN'S PET LAMB
      • VI
      • THE BLIND HARPER
      • VII
      • GOOD NEWS
      • VIII
      • BARBARA VISITS THE ABBEY
      • IX
      • A SURPRISE FOR SUSAN
      • X
      • BARBARA'S ACCIDENT
      • XI
      • THE PRIZE-GIVING
      • XII
      • ATTORNEY CASE IN TROUBLE
      • XIII
      • SUSAN'S BIRTHDAY
    • ADAPTED BY LOUEY CHISHOLM
    • I
    • QUEEN OF THE MAY
    • II
    • BAD NEWS
    • III
    • SUSAN'S GUINEA-FOWL
    • IV
    • SUSAN VISITS THE ABBEY
    • V
    • SUSAN'S PET LAMB
    • VI
    • THE BLIND HARPER
    • VII
    • GOOD NEWS
    • VIII
    • BARBARA VISITS THE ABBEY
    • IX
    • A SURPRISE FOR SUSAN
    • X
    • BARBARA'S ACCIDENT
    • XI
    • THE PRIZE-GIVING
    • XII
    • ATTORNEY CASE IN TROUBLE
    • XIII
    • SUSAN'S BIRTHDAY
    • LIMBY LUMPY
      • I
      • II
    • I
    • II
    • THE SORE TONGUE
    • EYES AND NO EYES, OR THE ART OF SEEING
    • PRINCE LIFE
      • I
      • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • VI
      • VII
    • I
    • II
    • III
    • IV
    • V
    • VI
    • VII
    • THE FRUITS OF DISOBEDIENCE
      • OR THE KIDNAPPED CHILD
    • OR THE KIDNAPPED CHILD
    • DICKY RANDOM
      • OR GOOD NATURE IS NOTHING WITHOUT GOOD CONDUCT
    • OR GOOD NATURE IS NOTHING WITHOUT GOOD CONDUCT
    • EMBELLISHMENT
    • THE OYSTER PATTIES
    • TWO LITTLE BOYS
      • I
      • THE GOOD-NATURED LITTLE BOY
      • II
      • THE ILL-NATURED LITTLE BOY
    • I
    • THE GOOD-NATURED LITTLE BOY
    • II
    • THE ILL-NATURED LITTLE BOY
    • THE PURPLE JAR
    • THE THREE CAKES
    • AMENDMENT
    • TRIAL
    • A PLOT OF GUNPOWDER:
    • AN OLD LADY SEIZED FOR A GUY
      • Ascribed to WILLIAM MARTIN ("PETER PARLEY")
    • Ascribed to WILLIAM MARTIN ("PETER PARLEY")
    • UNCLE DAVID'S NONSENSICAL STORY ABOUT GIANTS AND FAIRIES
    • THE INQUISITIVE GIRL
    • BUSY IDLENESS
    • THE RENOWNED HISTORY OF LITTLE GOODY TWO-SHOES
      • Ascribed to OLIVER GOLDSMITH
      • INTRODUCTION
      • I
      • HOW AND ABOUT LITTLE MARGERY AND HER BROTHER
      • II
      • HOW AND ABOUT MR. SMITH
      • III
      • HOW LITTLE MARGERY OBTAINED THE NAME OF GOODY TWO-SHOES, AND WHAT HAPPENED IN THE PARISH
      • IV
      • HOW LITTLE MARGERY LEARNED TO READ, AND BY DEGREES TAUGHT OTHERS
      • V
      • HOW LITTLE TWO-SHOES BECAME A TROTTING TUTORESS, AND HOW SHE TAUGHT HER YOUNG PUPILS
      • LESSON FOR THE CONDUCT OF LIFE
      • VI
      • HOW THE WHOLE PARISH WAS FRIGHTENED
      • VII
      • CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF ALL THE SPIRITS OR THINGS SHE SAW IN THE CHURCH
      • HER TALE
      • REFLECTION
      • VIII
      • OF SOMETHING WHICH HAPPENED TO LITTLE MARGERY TWO-SHOES IN A BARN, MORE DREADFUL THAN THE GHOST IN THE CHURCH; AND HOW SHE RETURNED GOOD FOR EVIL TO HER ENEMY, SIR TIMOTHY.
      • IX
      • HOW LITTLE MARGERY WAS MADE PRINCIPAL OF A COUNTRY COLLEGE
    • Ascribed to OLIVER GOLDSMITH
    • INTRODUCTION
    • I
    • HOW AND ABOUT LITTLE MARGERY AND HER BROTHER
    • II
    • HOW AND ABOUT MR. SMITH
    • III
    • HOW LITTLE MARGERY OBTAINED THE NAME OF GOODY TWO-SHOES, AND WHAT HAPPENED IN THE PARISH
    • IV
    • HOW LITTLE MARGERY LEARNED TO READ, AND BY DEGREES TAUGHT OTHERS
    • V
    • HOW LITTLE TWO-SHOES BECAME A TROTTING TUTORESS, AND HOW SHE TAUGHT HER YOUNG PUPILS
    • LESSON FOR THE CONDUCT OF LIFE
    • VI
    • HOW THE WHOLE PARISH WAS FRIGHTENED
    • VII
    • CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF ALL THE SPIRITS OR THINGS SHE SAW IN THE CHURCH
    • HER TALE
    • REFLECTION
    • VIII
    • OF SOMETHING WHICH HAPPENED TO LITTLE MARGERY TWO-SHOES IN A BARN, MORE DREADFUL THAN THE GHOST IN THE CHURCH; AND HOW SHE RETURNED GOOD FOR EVIL TO HER ENEMY, SIR TIMOTHY.
    • IX
    • HOW LITTLE MARGERY WAS MADE PRINCIPAL OF A COUNTRY COLLEGE
    • THE RENOWNED HISTORY OF MRS. MARGERY TWO-SHOES
      • PART TWO
      • I
      • OF HER SCHOOL, HER USHERS, OR ASSISTANTS, AND HER MANNER OF TEACHING
      • II
      • A SCENE OF DISTRESS IN A SCHOOL
      • III
      • OF THE AMAZING SAGACITY AND INSTINCT OF A LITTLE DOG
      • IV
      • WHAT HAPPENED AT FARMER GROVE'S, AND HOW SHE GRATIFIED HIM FOR THE USE OF HIS ROOM
      • V
      • THE CASE OF MRS. MARGERY
      • VI
      • THE TRUE USE OF RICHES
    • PART TWO
    • I
    • OF HER SCHOOL, HER USHERS, OR ASSISTANTS, AND HER MANNER OF TEACHING
    • II
    • A SCENE OF DISTRESS IN A SCHOOL
    • III
    • OF THE AMAZING SAGACITY AND INSTINCT OF A LITTLE DOG
    • IV
    • WHAT HAPPENED AT FARMER GROVE'S, AND HOW SHE GRATIFIED HIM FOR THE USE OF HIS ROOM
    • V
    • THE CASE OF MRS. MARGERY
    • VI
    • THE TRUE USE OF RICHES
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