The King of Arcadia
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The King of Arcadia

By Francis Lynde
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  • THE KING OF ARCADIA
  • Author of "A Romance in Transit," "The Quickening," etc.
    • ILLUSTRATED
      • CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS NEW YORK 1909
      • Copyright, 1909, by CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
      • Published February, 1909
      • To my daughter Dorothea, AMANUENSIS OF THE LOVING HEART AND WILLING HANDS IN ITS WRITING, THIS BOOK IS AFFECTIONATELY INSCRIBED.
    • CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS NEW YORK 1909
    • Copyright, 1909, by CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
    • Published February, 1909
    • To my daughter Dorothea, AMANUENSIS OF THE LOVING HEART AND WILLING HANDS IN ITS WRITING, THIS BOOK IS AFFECTIONATELY INSCRIBED.
    • "You must help me," she pleaded; "I cannot see the way a single step ahead."
  • CONTENTS
  • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • THE KING OF ARCADIA
  • I
    • THE CRYPTOGRAM
  • II
    • THE TRIPPERS
  • III
    • THE REVERIE OF A BACHELOR
  • IV
    • ARCADY
  • V
    • "FIRE IN THE ROCK!"
  • VI
    • ELBOW CANYON
  • VII
    • THE POLO PLAYERS
    • "Señor Ballar', I have biffo' to-day killed a man for that he spik to me like-a-that!"
  • VIII
    • CASTLE 'CADIA
  • IX
    • THE BRINK OF HAZARD
  • X
    • HOSKINS'S GHOST
  • XI
    • GUN PLAY
  • XII
    • THE RUSTLERS
  • XIII
    • THE LAW AND THE LADY
  • XIV
    • THE MAXIM
  • XV
    • HOSPES ET HOSTIS
    • The muscles of his face were twitching, and he was breathing hard, like a spent runner.
  • XVI
    • THE RETURN OF THE OMEN
  • XVII
    • THE DERRICK FUMBLES
  • XVIII
    • THE INDICTMENT
    • "There is my notion—and a striking example of Mexican fair play."
  • XIX
    • IN THE LABORATORY
  • XX
    • THE GEOLOGIST
  • XXI
    • MR. PELHAM'S GAME-BAG
  • XXII
    • A CRY IN THE NIGHT
  • XXIII
    • DEEP UNTO DEEP
    • The End
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