The House An Episode in the Lives of Reuben Baker, Astronomer, and of His Wife, Alice
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The House An Episode in the Lives of Reuben Baker, Astronomer, and of His Wife, Alice

By Eugene Field
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, The House, by Eugene Field, Illustrated by E. H. Garrett
    • E-text prepared by Al Haines
      • The House. Drawn by E. H. Garrett.
      • THE WORKS OF EUGENE FIELD Vol. VIII THE WRITINGS IN PROSE AND VERSE OF EUGENE FIELD
    • The House. Drawn by E. H. Garrett.
    • THE WORKS OF EUGENE FIELD Vol. VIII THE WRITINGS IN PROSE AND VERSE OF EUGENE FIELD
  • THE HOUSE
    • AN EPISODE IN THE LIVES OF REUBEN BAKER, ASTRONOMER, AND OF HIS WIFE ALICE
      • CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS NEW YORK 1911
      • INTRODUCTION
    • CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS NEW YORK 1911
    • INTRODUCTION
    • The Chapters in this Book
  • THE HOUSE
    • I
      • WE BUY A PLACE
      • II
      • OURSELVES AND OUR NEIGHBORS
      • III
      • WE MAKE OUR BARGAIN KNOWN
      • IV
      • THE FIRST PAYMENT
      • V
      • WE NEGOTIATE A MORTGAGE
      • SILAS PLUM, CARPENTER & BUILDER. COFFIN BOXES A SPECIALITY.
      • VI
      • I AM BESOUGHT TO BUY THINGS
      • VII
      • OUR PLANS FOR IMPROVEMENTS
      • VIII
      • THE VANDALS BEGIN THEIR WORK
      • IX
      • NEIGHBOR MACLEOD'S THISTLE
      • X
      • COLONEL DOLLER'S GREAT IDEA
      • XI
      • I MAKE A STAND FOR MY RIGHTS
      • XII
      • I AM DECEIVED IN MR. WAX
      • XIII
      • EDITOR WOODSIT A TRUE FRIEND
      • XIV
      • THE VICTIM OF AN ORDINANCE.
      • XV
      • THE QUESTION OF INSURANCE
      • XVI
      • NEIGHBOR ROBBINS' PLATYPUS
      • XVII
      • OUR DEVICES FOR ECONOMIZING
      • XVIII
      • I STATE MY VIEWS ON TAXATION
      • XIX
      • OTHER PEOPLE'S DOGS
      • XX
      • I ACQUIRE POISON AND EXPERIENCE
      • XXI
      • WITH PLUMBERS AND PAINTERS
      • XXII
      • THE BUTLER'S PANTRY
      • XXIII
      • ALICE'S NIGHT WATCHMAN
      • XXIV
      • DRIVEWAYS AND WALL-PAPERS
      • XXV
      • AT LAST WE ENTER OUR HOUSE
    • WE BUY A PLACE
    • II
    • OURSELVES AND OUR NEIGHBORS
    • III
    • WE MAKE OUR BARGAIN KNOWN
    • IV
    • THE FIRST PAYMENT
    • V
    • WE NEGOTIATE A MORTGAGE
    • SILAS PLUM, CARPENTER & BUILDER. COFFIN BOXES A SPECIALITY.
    • VI
    • I AM BESOUGHT TO BUY THINGS
    • VII
    • OUR PLANS FOR IMPROVEMENTS
    • VIII
    • THE VANDALS BEGIN THEIR WORK
    • IX
    • NEIGHBOR MACLEOD'S THISTLE
    • X
    • COLONEL DOLLER'S GREAT IDEA
    • XI
    • I MAKE A STAND FOR MY RIGHTS
    • XII
    • I AM DECEIVED IN MR. WAX
    • XIII
    • EDITOR WOODSIT A TRUE FRIEND
    • XIV
    • THE VICTIM OF AN ORDINANCE.
    • XV
    • THE QUESTION OF INSURANCE
    • XVI
    • NEIGHBOR ROBBINS' PLATYPUS
    • XVII
    • OUR DEVICES FOR ECONOMIZING
    • XVIII
    • I STATE MY VIEWS ON TAXATION
    • XIX
    • OTHER PEOPLE'S DOGS
    • XX
    • I ACQUIRE POISON AND EXPERIENCE
    • XXI
    • WITH PLUMBERS AND PAINTERS
    • XXII
    • THE BUTLER'S PANTRY
    • XXIII
    • ALICE'S NIGHT WATCHMAN
    • XXIV
    • DRIVEWAYS AND WALL-PAPERS
    • XXV
    • AT LAST WE ENTER OUR HOUSE
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