The Seventh Noon
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The Seventh Noon

By Frederick Orin Bartlett
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  • [Frontispiece: "Spring," she answered. "Just spring" (missing from book)]
  • THE SEVENTH NOON
    • BY
    • FREDERICK ORIN BARTLETT
      • Author of "The Web of the Golden Spider", "Joan of the Alley," etc.
      • WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY EDMUND FREDERICK
        • BOSTON SMALL, MAYNARD AND COMPANY PUBLISHERS
      • BOSTON SMALL, MAYNARD AND COMPANY PUBLISHERS
      • To K. P. B. and K. J. B.
    • Author of "The Web of the Golden Spider", "Joan of the Alley," etc.
    • WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY EDMUND FREDERICK
      • BOSTON SMALL, MAYNARD AND COMPANY PUBLISHERS
    • BOSTON SMALL, MAYNARD AND COMPANY PUBLISHERS
    • To K. P. B. and K. J. B.
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • "Spring," she answered. "Just spring" … Frontispiece
      • "What, you, Miss Arsdale?"
      • As he studied her it seemed certain that she was by no means enjoying herself in her present company
      • Facing her he faced the pendulum which ticked out to him the cost of each new picture he had of her
      • He lowered the rails, and Miss Arsdale led the way
      • "The kid," he announced laconically. "What yuh think of him?"
      • At noon! At the seventh noon, the whistle was to blow!
    • "Spring," she answered. "Just spring" … Frontispiece
    • "What, you, Miss Arsdale?"
    • As he studied her it seemed certain that she was by no means enjoying herself in her present company
    • Facing her he faced the pendulum which ticked out to him the cost of each new picture he had of her
    • He lowered the rails, and Miss Arsdale led the way
    • "The kid," he announced laconically. "What yuh think of him?"
    • At noon! At the seventh noon, the whistle was to blow!
  • The Seventh Noon
    • CHAPTER I
      • The Black Dog
      • "What, you, Miss Arsdale?"
      • CHAPTER II
      • King of To-day
      • CHAPTER III
      • The Beginning of the End
      • As he studied her it seemed certain that she was by no means enjoying herself in her present company
      • CHAPTER IV
      • Kismet
      • CHAPTER V
      • The Inner Woods
      • Facing her he faced the pendulum which ticked out to him the cost of each new picture he had of her
      • CHAPTER VI
      • The Shadow on the Portraits
      • CHAPTER VII
      • The Arsdales
      • CHAPTER VIII
      • The Man Who Knew
      • CHAPTER IX
      • Dawn
      • CHAPTER X
      • Outside the Hedge
      • He lowered the rails, and Miss Arsdale led the way
      • CHAPTER XI
      • A Parting and a Meeting
      • CHAPTER XII
      • District Messenger 3457
      • "The kid," he announced laconically. "What yuh think of him?"
      • CHAPTER XIII
      • The Sleepers
      • CHAPTER XIV
      • Consequences
      • CHAPTER XV
      • The Derelict
      • CHAPTER XVI
      • The Fourth Day
      • CHAPTER XVII
      • An Interlude
      • CHAPTER XVIII
      • The Making of a Man
      • CHAPTER XIX
      • A Miracle
      • CHAPTER XX
      • A Long Night
      • CHAPTER XXI
      • Facing the Sun
      • CHAPTER XXII
      • Clouds
      • CHAPTER XXIII
      • When the Dead Awake
      • CHAPTER XXIV
      • The Greater Master
      • CHAPTER XXV
      • The Shadow on the Floor
      • CHAPTER XXVI
      • On the Brink
      • CHAPTER XXVII
      • The End of the Beginning
      • CHAPTER XXVIII
      • The Seventh Noon
      • At noon! At the seventh noon, the whistle was to blow!
    • The Black Dog
    • "What, you, Miss Arsdale?"
    • CHAPTER II
    • King of To-day
    • CHAPTER III
    • The Beginning of the End
    • As he studied her it seemed certain that she was by no means enjoying herself in her present company
    • CHAPTER IV
    • Kismet
    • CHAPTER V
    • The Inner Woods
    • Facing her he faced the pendulum which ticked out to him the cost of each new picture he had of her
    • CHAPTER VI
    • The Shadow on the Portraits
    • CHAPTER VII
    • The Arsdales
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • The Man Who Knew
    • CHAPTER IX
    • Dawn
    • CHAPTER X
    • Outside the Hedge
    • He lowered the rails, and Miss Arsdale led the way
    • CHAPTER XI
    • A Parting and a Meeting
    • CHAPTER XII
    • District Messenger 3457
    • "The kid," he announced laconically. "What yuh think of him?"
    • CHAPTER XIII
    • The Sleepers
    • CHAPTER XIV
    • Consequences
    • CHAPTER XV
    • The Derelict
    • CHAPTER XVI
    • The Fourth Day
    • CHAPTER XVII
    • An Interlude
    • CHAPTER XVIII
    • The Making of a Man
    • CHAPTER XIX
    • A Miracle
    • CHAPTER XX
    • A Long Night
    • CHAPTER XXI
    • Facing the Sun
    • CHAPTER XXII
    • Clouds
    • CHAPTER XXIII
    • When the Dead Awake
    • CHAPTER XXIV
    • The Greater Master
    • CHAPTER XXV
    • The Shadow on the Floor
    • CHAPTER XXVI
    • On the Brink
    • CHAPTER XXVII
    • The End of the Beginning
    • CHAPTER XXVIII
    • The Seventh Noon
    • At noon! At the seventh noon, the whistle was to blow!
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