Snarleyyow or The Dog Fiend
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Snarleyyow or The Dog Fiend

By Frederick Marryat
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Table of Contents
  • Captain Marryat
  • "Snarleyyow"
    • Chapter One.
      • Introduction of Divers Parties and a Red-Herring.
    • Introduction of Divers Parties and a Red-Herring.
    • Chapter Two.
      • Showing what Became of the Red-Herring.
    • Showing what Became of the Red-Herring.
    • Chapter Three.
      • A Retrospect, and Short Description of a New Character.
    • A Retrospect, and Short Description of a New Character.
    • Chapter Four.
      • In which there is a Desperate Combat.
    • In which there is a Desperate Combat.
    • Chapter Five.
      • A Consultation in which there is much Mutiny.
    • A Consultation in which there is much Mutiny.
    • Chapter Six.
      • In which as often happens at Sea when Signals are not made out, Friends exchange Broadsides.
    • In which as often happens at Sea when Signals are not made out, Friends exchange Broadsides.
    • Chapter Seven.
      • In which Mr Vanslyperken goes on Shore to woo the Widow Vandersloosh.
    • In which Mr Vanslyperken goes on Shore to woo the Widow Vandersloosh.
    • Chapter Eight.
      • In which the Widow lays a Trap for Mr Vanslyperken, and Smallbones lays a Trap for Snarleyyow, and both bag their Game.
    • In which the Widow lays a Trap for Mr Vanslyperken, and Smallbones lays a Trap for Snarleyyow, and both bag their Game.
    • Chapter Nine.
      • A Long Chapter, in which there is Lamentation, Singing, Bibbling, and Dancing.
    • A Long Chapter, in which there is Lamentation, Singing, Bibbling, and Dancing.
    • Chapter Ten.
      • In which is explained the Sublime Mystery of Keelhauling—Snarleyyow saves Smallbones from being drowned, although Smallbones would have drowned him.
    • In which is explained the Sublime Mystery of Keelhauling—Snarleyyow saves Smallbones from being drowned, although Smallbones would have drowned him.
    • Chapter Eleven.
      • In which Snarleyyow does not at all assist his Master’s Cause with the Widow Vandersloosh.
    • In which Snarleyyow does not at all assist his Master’s Cause with the Widow Vandersloosh.
    • Chapter Twelve.
      • In which Resolutions are entered into in all Quarters, and Jemmy Ducks is accused of Mutiny for singing a Song in a Snow-Storm.
    • In which Resolutions are entered into in all Quarters, and Jemmy Ducks is accused of Mutiny for singing a Song in a Snow-Storm.
    • Chapter Thirteen.
      • In which the Ship’s Company join in a Chorus, and the Corporal goes on a Cruise.
    • In which the Ship’s Company join in a Chorus, and the Corporal goes on a Cruise.
    • Chapter Fourteen.
      • In which some new Characters appear on the Stage, although the Corporal is not to be heard of.
    • In which some new Characters appear on the Stage, although the Corporal is not to be heard of.
    • Chapter Fifteen.
      • In which the Crew of the Yungfrau lose a Good Prize, and Snarleyyow loses his Character.
    • In which the Crew of the Yungfrau lose a Good Prize, and Snarleyyow loses his Character.
    • Chapter Sixteen.
      • In which we change the Scene, and the Sex of our Performers.
    • In which we change the Scene, and the Sex of our Performers.
    • Chapter Seventeen.
      • In which there is a Great Deal of Plotting, and a Little Execution.
    • In which there is a Great Deal of Plotting, and a Little Execution.
    • Chapter Eighteen.
      • The whole of which has been fudged out of the History of England, and will therefore be quite New to the Majority of our Readers.
    • The whole of which has been fudged out of the History of England, and will therefore be quite New to the Majority of our Readers.
    • Chapter Nineteen.
      • In which Smallbones is sent to look after a Pot of Black Paint.
    • In which Smallbones is sent to look after a Pot of Black Paint.
    • Chapter Twenty.
      • In which Mr Vanslyperken proves False to the Widow Vandersloosh, and Many Strange Things take Place.
    • In which Mr Vanslyperken proves False to the Widow Vandersloosh, and Many Strange Things take Place.
    • Chapter Twenty One.
      • In which are narrated the Adventures which took place in the Corporal’s Cruise in the Jolly-Boat.
    • In which are narrated the Adventures which took place in the Corporal’s Cruise in the Jolly-Boat.
    • Chapter Twenty Two.
      • In which Snarleyyow proves to be the Devil, and no Mistake.
    • In which Snarleyyow proves to be the Devil, and no Mistake.
    • Chapter Twenty Three.
      • In which Mr Vanslyperken finds Great Cause of Vexation and Satisfaction.
    • In which Mr Vanslyperken finds Great Cause of Vexation and Satisfaction.
    • Chapter Twenty Four.
      • In which Mr Vanslyperken has Nothing but Trouble from the Beginning to the End.
    • In which Mr Vanslyperken has Nothing but Trouble from the Beginning to the End.
    • Chapter Twenty Five.
      • In which Mr Vanslyperken proves that he has a Great Aversion to Cold Steel.
    • In which Mr Vanslyperken proves that he has a Great Aversion to Cold Steel.
    • Chapter Twenty Six.
      • In which Mr Vanslyperken sees a Ghost.
    • In which Mr Vanslyperken sees a Ghost.
    • Chapter Twenty Seven.
      • In which Mr Vanslyperken is taught a Secret.
    • In which Mr Vanslyperken is taught a Secret.
    • Chapter Twenty Eight.
      • In which we have at last introduced a Decent Sort of Heroine, who, however, only plays a Second in our History, Snarleyyow being the First Fiddle.
    • In which we have at last introduced a Decent Sort of Heroine, who, however, only plays a Second in our History, Snarleyyow being the First Fiddle.
    • Chapter Twenty Nine.
      • In which Jemmy Ducks proves the Truth of Moggy’s Assertion, that there was no one like him before or since—Nancy and Jemmy serenade the Stars.
    • In which Jemmy Ducks proves the Truth of Moggy’s Assertion, that there was no one like him before or since—Nancy and Jemmy serenade the Stars.
    • Chapter Thirty.
      • In which Mr Vanslyperken treats the Ladies.
    • In which Mr Vanslyperken treats the Ladies.
    • Chapter Thirty One.
      • In which Snarleyyow again triumphs over his Enemies.
    • In which Snarleyyow again triumphs over his Enemies.
    • Chapter Thirty Two.
      • Listeners never hear any Good of Themselves.
    • Listeners never hear any Good of Themselves.
    • Chapter Thirty Three.
      • In which there is nothing very Particular or very Interesting.
    • In which there is nothing very Particular or very Interesting.
    • Chapter Thirty Four.
      • Besides other Matter, containing an Argument.
    • Besides other Matter, containing an Argument.
    • Chapter Thirty Five.
      • In which the Agency of a Red-Herring is again introduced into our Wonderful History.
    • In which the Agency of a Red-Herring is again introduced into our Wonderful History.
    • Chapter Thirty Six.
      • In which Mr Vanslyperken, although at Fault, comes in for the Brush.
    • In which Mr Vanslyperken, although at Fault, comes in for the Brush.
    • Chapter Thirty Seven.
      • In which Mr Vanslyperken drives a very Hard Bargain.
    • In which Mr Vanslyperken drives a very Hard Bargain.
    • Chapter Thirty Eight.
      • In which Mr Vanslyperken is taken for a Witch.
    • In which Mr Vanslyperken is taken for a Witch.
    • Chapter Thirty Nine.
      • In which is recorded a most Barbarous and Bloody Murder.
    • In which is recorded a most Barbarous and Bloody Murder.
    • Chapter Forty.
      • In which a most Horrid Spectre disturbs the Equanimity of Mr Vanslyperken.
    • In which a most Horrid Spectre disturbs the Equanimity of Mr Vanslyperken.
    • Chapter Forty One.
      • In which is shown how Dangerous it is to tell a Secret.
    • In which is shown how Dangerous it is to tell a Secret.
    • Chapter Forty Two.
      • In which is shown the Imprudence of sleeping in the Open Air, even in a Summer’s Night.
    • In which is shown the Imprudence of sleeping in the Open Air, even in a Summer’s Night.
    • Chapter Forty Three.
      • In which Smallbones changes from a King’s Man into a Smuggler, and also changes his Sex.
    • In which Smallbones changes from a King’s Man into a Smuggler, and also changes his Sex.
    • Chapter Forty Four.
      • In which Mr Vanslyperken meets with a Double Defeat.
    • In which Mr Vanslyperken meets with a Double Defeat.
    • Chapter Forty Five.
      • In which Mr Vanslyperken proves his Loyalty and his Fidelity to King William.
    • In which Mr Vanslyperken proves his Loyalty and his Fidelity to King William.
    • Chapter Forty Six.
      • In which there is much Bustle and Confusion, Plot and Counter-Plot.
    • In which there is much Bustle and Confusion, Plot and Counter-Plot.
    • Chapter Forty Seven.
      • Which is rather interesting.
    • Which is rather interesting.
    • Chapter Forty Eight.
      • In which there is a Great Deal of Correspondence, and the Widow is called up very Early in the Morning.
    • In which there is a Great Deal of Correspondence, and the Widow is called up very Early in the Morning.
    • Chapter Forty Nine.
      • In which is related much Appertaining to the “Pomp and Glorious Circumstance” of War.
    • In which is related much Appertaining to the “Pomp and Glorious Circumstance” of War.
    • Chapter Fifty.
      • In which the Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, and Rank and File, are all sent to the Right About.
    • In which the Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, and Rank and File, are all sent to the Right About.
    • Chapter Fifty One.
      • In which the Jacobite Cause is Triumphant by Sea as well as by Land.
    • In which the Jacobite Cause is Triumphant by Sea as well as by Land.
    • Chapter Fifty Two.
      • In which a Great Deal of Loyalty is shown to counterbalance the Treason of Vanslyperken.
    • In which a Great Deal of Loyalty is shown to counterbalance the Treason of Vanslyperken.
    • Chapter Fifty Three.
      • Trial and Execution of two of the Principal Personages in our History.
    • Trial and Execution of two of the Principal Personages in our History.
    • Chapter Fifty Four.
      • In which Affairs begin to wind up.
    • In which Affairs begin to wind up.
    • Chapter Fifty Five.
      • In which we trust that Everything will be arranged to the Satisfaction of our Readers.
      • The End.
    • In which we trust that Everything will be arranged to the Satisfaction of our Readers.
    • The End.
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