The Ledge on Bald Face
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The Ledge on Bald Face

By Sir Charles G. D. Roberts
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  • "The great dog shook his victim as a terrier shakes a rat." (Page 253.)
  • "The great dog shook his victim like a terrier shakes a rat" . . . Frontispiece
    • "He was thrown off his balance and shouldered clean over the brink"
      • "Then he spread his wings wide and let go"
      • "He flung his arms about Jim's shaggy neck and buried his face in the wet fur"
      • "'You keep right back, boys,' commanded the Deputy in a voice of steel"
      • "The door was flung open, and Black Dan with his hands held up, stalked forth into the moonlight"
      • "He drew a long knife ... and slipped behind the canoe"
      • "In the meantime, Jim, travelling at a speed that the fugitive could not hope to rival, had come to the right spot"
    • "Then he spread his wings wide and let go"
    • "He flung his arms about Jim's shaggy neck and buried his face in the wet fur"
    • "'You keep right back, boys,' commanded the Deputy in a voice of steel"
    • "The door was flung open, and Black Dan with his hands held up, stalked forth into the moonlight"
    • "He drew a long knife ... and slipped behind the canoe"
    • "In the meantime, Jim, travelling at a speed that the fugitive could not hope to rival, had come to the right spot"
  • I THE LEDGE ON BALD FACE
    • The Ledge on Bald Face
      • "He was thrown off his balance and shouldered clean over the brink."
    • "He was thrown off his balance and shouldered clean over the brink."
  • II THE EAGLE
    • The Eagle
      • "Then he spread his wings wide and let go."
    • "Then he spread his wings wide and let go."
  • III COCK-CROW
    • Cock-Crow
  • IV THE MORNING OF THE SILVER FROST
    • The Morning of the Silver Frost
  • V JIM, THE BACKWOODS POLICE DOG
    • How Woolly Billy Came to Brine's Rip
      • I
      • II
      • III
      • "He flung his arms about Jim's shaggy neck and buried his face in the wet fur."
    • I
    • II
    • III
    • "He flung his arms about Jim's shaggy neck and buried his face in the wet fur."
    • II. The Book Agent and the Buckskin Belt
      • I
      • II
      • III
      • "'You keep right back, boys,' commanded the Deputy in a voice of steel."
    • I
    • II
    • III
    • "'You keep right back, boys,' commanded the Deputy in a voice of steel."
    • III. The Hole in the Tree
      • I
      • II
      • III
    • I
    • II
    • III
    • IV. The Trail of the Bear
      • I
      • II
      • "The door was flung open, and Black Dan, with his hands held up, stalked forth into the moonlight."
    • I
    • II
    • "The door was flung open, and Black Dan, with his hands held up, stalked forth into the moonlight."
    • V. The Fire at Brine's Rip Mills
      • I
      • II
      • III
      • "He drew a long knife ... and slipped behind the canoe."
    • I
    • II
    • III
    • "He drew a long knife ... and slipped behind the canoe."
    • VI. The Man with the Dancing Bear
      • I
      • II
      • "In the meantime, Jim, travelling at a speed that the fugitive could not hope to rival, had come to the right spot."
    • I
    • II
    • "In the meantime, Jim, travelling at a speed that the fugitive could not hope to rival, had come to the right spot."
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