Varney the Vampire; Or, the Feast of Blood
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Varney the Vampire; Or, the Feast of Blood

By Thomas Preskett Prest
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  • VARNEY, THE VAMPYRE:
    • OR,
    • THE FEAST OF BLOOD.
      • A Romance.
        • "Art thou a spirit of health or goblin damned?"
        • LONDON:
        • PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY E. LLOYD, 12, SALISBURY-SQUARE, FLEET-STREET.
      • "Art thou a spirit of health or goblin damned?"
      • LONDON:
      • PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY E. LLOYD, 12, SALISBURY-SQUARE, FLEET-STREET.
    • A Romance.
      • "Art thou a spirit of health or goblin damned?"
      • LONDON:
      • PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY E. LLOYD, 12, SALISBURY-SQUARE, FLEET-STREET.
    • "Art thou a spirit of health or goblin damned?"
    • LONDON:
    • PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY E. LLOYD, 12, SALISBURY-SQUARE, FLEET-STREET.
    • CONTENTS
    • PREFACE
  • VARNEY, THE VAMPYRE;
    • OR
    • THE FEAST OF BLOOD
      • A Romance
    • A Romance
    • CHAPTER I.
      • MIDNIGHT.—THE HAIL-STORM.—THE DREADFUL VISITOR.—THE VAMPYRE.
    • MIDNIGHT.—THE HAIL-STORM.—THE DREADFUL VISITOR.—THE VAMPYRE.
    • CHAPTER II.
      • THE ALARM.—THE PISTOL SHOT.—THE PURSUIT AND ITS CONSEQUENCES.
    • THE ALARM.—THE PISTOL SHOT.—THE PURSUIT AND ITS CONSEQUENCES.
    • CHAPTER III.
      • THE DISAPPEARANCE OF THE BODY.—FLORA'S RECOVERY AND MADNESS.—THE OFFER OF ASSISTANCE FROM SIR FRANCIS VARNEY.
    • THE DISAPPEARANCE OF THE BODY.—FLORA'S RECOVERY AND MADNESS.—THE OFFER OF ASSISTANCE FROM SIR FRANCIS VARNEY.
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • THE MORNING.—THE CONSULTATION.—THE FEARFUL SUGGESTION.
    • THE MORNING.—THE CONSULTATION.—THE FEARFUL SUGGESTION.
    • CHAPTER V.
      • THE NIGHT WATCH.—THE PROPOSAL.—THE MOONLIGHT.—THE FEARFUL ADVENTURE.
    • THE NIGHT WATCH.—THE PROPOSAL.—THE MOONLIGHT.—THE FEARFUL ADVENTURE.
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • A GLANCE AT THE BANNERWORTH FAMILY.—THE PROBABLE CONSEQUENCES OF THE MYSTERIOUS APPARITION'S APPEARANCE.
    • A GLANCE AT THE BANNERWORTH FAMILY.—THE PROBABLE CONSEQUENCES OF THE MYSTERIOUS APPARITION'S APPEARANCE.
    • CHAPTER VII.
      • THE VISIT TO THE VAULT OF THE BANNERWORTHS, AND ITS UNPLEASANT RESULT.—THE MYSTERY.
    • THE VISIT TO THE VAULT OF THE BANNERWORTHS, AND ITS UNPLEASANT RESULT.—THE MYSTERY.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
      • THE COFFIN.—THE ABSENCE OF THE DEAD.—THE MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE, AND THE CONSTERNATION OF GEORGE.
    • THE COFFIN.—THE ABSENCE OF THE DEAD.—THE MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE, AND THE CONSTERNATION OF GEORGE.
    • CHAPTER IX.
      • THE OCCURRENCES OF THE NIGHT AT THE HALL.—THE SECOND APPEARANCE OF THE VAMPYRE, AND THE PISTOL-SHOT.
    • THE OCCURRENCES OF THE NIGHT AT THE HALL.—THE SECOND APPEARANCE OF THE VAMPYRE, AND THE PISTOL-SHOT.
    • CHAPTER X.
      • THE RETURN FROM THE VAULT.—THE ALARM, AND THE SEARCH AROUND THE HALL.
    • THE RETURN FROM THE VAULT.—THE ALARM, AND THE SEARCH AROUND THE HALL.
    • CHAPTER XI.
      • THE COMMUNICATIONS TO THE LOVER.—THE HEART'S DESPAIR.
    • THE COMMUNICATIONS TO THE LOVER.—THE HEART'S DESPAIR.
    • CHAPTER XII.
      • CHARLES HOLLAND'S SAD FEELINGS.—THE PORTRAIT.—THE OCCURRENCE OF THE NIGHT AT THE HALL.
    • CHARLES HOLLAND'S SAD FEELINGS.—THE PORTRAIT.—THE OCCURRENCE OF THE NIGHT AT THE HALL.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
      • THE OFFER FOR THE HALL.—THE VISIT TO SIR FRANCIS VARNEY.—THE STRANGE RESEMBLANCE.—A DREADFUL SUGGESTION.
    • THE OFFER FOR THE HALL.—THE VISIT TO SIR FRANCIS VARNEY.—THE STRANGE RESEMBLANCE.—A DREADFUL SUGGESTION.
    • CHAPTER XIV.
      • HENRY'S AGREEMENT WITH SIR FRANCIS VARNEY.—THE SUDDEN ARRIVAL AT THE HALL.—FLORA'S ALARM.
    • HENRY'S AGREEMENT WITH SIR FRANCIS VARNEY.—THE SUDDEN ARRIVAL AT THE HALL.—FLORA'S ALARM.
    • CHAPTER XV.
      • THE OLD ADMIRAL AND HIS SERVANT.—THE COMMUNICATION FROM THE LANDLORD OF THE NELSON'S ARMS.
    • THE OLD ADMIRAL AND HIS SERVANT.—THE COMMUNICATION FROM THE LANDLORD OF THE NELSON'S ARMS.
    • CHAPTER XVI.
      • THE MEETING OF THE LOVERS IN THE GARDEN.—AN AFFECTING SCENE.—THE SUDDEN APPEARANCE OF SIR FRANCIS VARNEY.
    • THE MEETING OF THE LOVERS IN THE GARDEN.—AN AFFECTING SCENE.—THE SUDDEN APPEARANCE OF SIR FRANCIS VARNEY.
    • CHAPTER XVII.
      • THE EXPLANATION.—THE ARRIVAL OF THE ADMIRAL AT THE HOUSE.—A SCENE OF CONFUSION, AND SOME OF ITS RESULTS.
    • THE EXPLANATION.—THE ARRIVAL OF THE ADMIRAL AT THE HOUSE.—A SCENE OF CONFUSION, AND SOME OF ITS RESULTS.
    • CHAPTER XVIII.
      • THE ADMIRAL'S ADVICE.—THE CHALLENGE TO THE VAMPYRE.—THE NEW SERVANT AT THE HALL.
    • THE ADMIRAL'S ADVICE.—THE CHALLENGE TO THE VAMPYRE.—THE NEW SERVANT AT THE HALL.
    • CHAPTER XIX.
      • FLORA IN HER CHAMBER.—HER FEARS.—THE MANUSCRIPT.—AN ADVENTURE.
    • FLORA IN HER CHAMBER.—HER FEARS.—THE MANUSCRIPT.—AN ADVENTURE.
    • CHAPTER XX.
      • THE DREADFUL MISTAKE.—THE TERRIFIC INTERVIEW IN THE CHAMBER.—THE ATTACK OF THE VAMPYRE.
    • THE DREADFUL MISTAKE.—THE TERRIFIC INTERVIEW IN THE CHAMBER.—THE ATTACK OF THE VAMPYRE.
    • CHAPTER XXI.
      • THE CONFERENCE BETWEEN THE UNCLE AND NEPHEW, AND THE ALARM.
    • THE CONFERENCE BETWEEN THE UNCLE AND NEPHEW, AND THE ALARM.
    • CHAPTER XXII.
      • THE CONSULTATION.—THE DETERMINATION TO LEAVE THE HALL.
    • THE CONSULTATION.—THE DETERMINATION TO LEAVE THE HALL.
    • CHAPTER XXIII.
      • THE ADMIRAL'S ADVICE TO CHARLES HOLLAND.—THE CHALLENGE TO THE VAMPYRE.
    • THE ADMIRAL'S ADVICE TO CHARLES HOLLAND.—THE CHALLENGE TO THE VAMPYRE.
    • CHAPTER XXIV.
      • THE LETTER TO CHARLES.—THE QUARREL.—THE ADMIRAL'S NARRATIVE.—THE MIDNIGHT MEETING.
    • THE LETTER TO CHARLES.—THE QUARREL.—THE ADMIRAL'S NARRATIVE.—THE MIDNIGHT MEETING.
    • CHAPTER XXV.
      • THE ADMIRAL'S OPINION.—THE REQUEST OF CHARLES.
    • THE ADMIRAL'S OPINION.—THE REQUEST OF CHARLES.
    • CHAPTER XXVI.
      • THE MEETING BY MOONLIGHT IN THE PARK.—THE TURRET WINDOW IN THE HALL.—THE LETTERS.
    • THE MEETING BY MOONLIGHT IN THE PARK.—THE TURRET WINDOW IN THE HALL.—THE LETTERS.
    • CHAPTER XXVII.
      • THE NOBLE CONFIDENCE OF FLORA BANNERWORTH IN HER LOVER.—HER OPINION OF THE THREE LETTERS.—THE ADMIRAL'S ADMIRATION.
    • THE NOBLE CONFIDENCE OF FLORA BANNERWORTH IN HER LOVER.—HER OPINION OF THE THREE LETTERS.—THE ADMIRAL'S ADMIRATION.
    • CHAPTER XXVIII.
      • MR. MARCHDALE'S EXCULPATION OF HIMSELF.—THE SEARCH THROUGH THE GARDENS.—THE SPOT OF THE DEADLY STRUGGLE.—THE MYSTERIOUS PAPER.
    • MR. MARCHDALE'S EXCULPATION OF HIMSELF.—THE SEARCH THROUGH THE GARDENS.—THE SPOT OF THE DEADLY STRUGGLE.—THE MYSTERIOUS PAPER.
    • CHAPTER XXIX.
      • A PEEP THROUGH AN IRON GRATING.—THE LONELY PRISONER IN HIS DUNGEON.—THE MYSTERY.
    • A PEEP THROUGH AN IRON GRATING.—THE LONELY PRISONER IN HIS DUNGEON.—THE MYSTERY.
    • CHAPTER XXX.
      • THE VISIT OF FLORA TO THE VAMPYRE.—THE OFFER.—THE SOLEMN ASSEVERATION.
    • THE VISIT OF FLORA TO THE VAMPYRE.—THE OFFER.—THE SOLEMN ASSEVERATION.
    • CHAPTER XXXI.
      • SIR FRANCIS VARNEY AND HIS MYSTERIOUS VISITOR.—THE STRANGE CONFERENCE.
    • SIR FRANCIS VARNEY AND HIS MYSTERIOUS VISITOR.—THE STRANGE CONFERENCE.
    • CHAPTER XXXII.
      • THE THOUSAND POUNDS.—THE STRANGER'S PRECAUTIONS.
    • THE THOUSAND POUNDS.—THE STRANGER'S PRECAUTIONS.
    • CHAPTER XXXIII.
      • THE STRANGE INTERVIEW.—THE CHASE THROUGH THE HALL.
    • THE STRANGE INTERVIEW.—THE CHASE THROUGH THE HALL.
    • CHAPTER XXXIV.
      • THE THREAT.—ITS CONSEQUENCES.—THE RESCUE, AND SIR FRANCIS VARNEY'S DANGER.
    • THE THREAT.—ITS CONSEQUENCES.—THE RESCUE, AND SIR FRANCIS VARNEY'S DANGER.
    • CHAPTER XXXV.
      • THE EXPLANATION.—MARCHDALE'S ADVICE.—THE PROJECTED REMOVAL, AND THE ADMIRAL'S ANGER.
    • THE EXPLANATION.—MARCHDALE'S ADVICE.—THE PROJECTED REMOVAL, AND THE ADMIRAL'S ANGER.
    • CHAPTER XXXVI.
      • THE CONSULTATION.—THE DUEL AND ITS RESULTS.
    • THE CONSULTATION.—THE DUEL AND ITS RESULTS.
    • CHAPTER XXXVII.
      • SIR FRANCIS VARNEY'S SEPARATE OPPONENTS.—THE INTERPOSITION OF FLORA.
    • SIR FRANCIS VARNEY'S SEPARATE OPPONENTS.—THE INTERPOSITION OF FLORA.
    • CHAPTER XXXVIII.
      • MARCHDALE'S OFFER.—THE CONSULTATION AT BANNERWORTH HALL.—THE MORNING OF THE DUEL.
    • MARCHDALE'S OFFER.—THE CONSULTATION AT BANNERWORTH HALL.—THE MORNING OF THE DUEL.
    • CHAPTER XXXIX.
      • THE STORM AND THE FIGHT.-THE ADMIRAL'S REPUDIATION OF HIS PRINCIPAL.
    • THE STORM AND THE FIGHT.-THE ADMIRAL'S REPUDIATION OF HIS PRINCIPAL.
    • CHAPTER XL.
      • THE POPULAR RIOT.—SIR FRANCIS VARNEY'S DANGER.—THE SUGGESTION AND ITS RESULTS.
    • THE POPULAR RIOT.—SIR FRANCIS VARNEY'S DANGER.—THE SUGGESTION AND ITS RESULTS.
    • CHAPTER XLIV.
      • VARNEY'S DANGER, AND HIS RESCUE.—THE PRISONER AGAIN, AND THE SUBTERRANEAN VAULT.
    • VARNEY'S DANGER, AND HIS RESCUE.—THE PRISONER AGAIN, AND THE SUBTERRANEAN VAULT.
    • CHAPTER XLV.
      • THE OPEN GRAVES.—THE DEAD BODIES.—A SCENE OF TERROR.
    • THE OPEN GRAVES.—THE DEAD BODIES.—A SCENE OF TERROR.
    • CHAPTER XLVI.
      • THE PREPARATIONS FOR LEAVING BANNERWORTH HALL, AND THE MYSTERIOUS CONDUCT OF THE ADMIRAL AND MR. CHILLINGWORTH.
    • THE PREPARATIONS FOR LEAVING BANNERWORTH HALL, AND THE MYSTERIOUS CONDUCT OF THE ADMIRAL AND MR. CHILLINGWORTH.
    • CHAPTER XLVII.
      • THE REMOVAL FROM THE HALL.—THE NIGHT WATCH, AND THE ALARM.
    • THE REMOVAL FROM THE HALL.—THE NIGHT WATCH, AND THE ALARM.
    • CHAPTER XLVIII.
      • THE STAKE AND THE DEAD BODY.
    • THE STAKE AND THE DEAD BODY.
    • CHAPTER XLIX.
      • THE MOB'S ARRIVAL AT SIR FRANCIS VARNEY'S.—THE ATTEMPT TO GAIN ADMISSION.
    • THE MOB'S ARRIVAL AT SIR FRANCIS VARNEY'S.—THE ATTEMPT TO GAIN ADMISSION.
    • CHAPTER L.
      • THE MOB'S ARRIVAL AT SIR FRANCIS VARNEY'S.—THE ATTEMPT TO GAIN ADMISSION.
    • THE MOB'S ARRIVAL AT SIR FRANCIS VARNEY'S.—THE ATTEMPT TO GAIN ADMISSION.
    • CHAPTER LI.
      • THE ATTACK UPON THE VAMPYRE'S HOUSE.—THE STORY OF THE ATTACK.—THE FORCING OF THE DOORS, AND THE STRUGGLE.
    • THE ATTACK UPON THE VAMPYRE'S HOUSE.—THE STORY OF THE ATTACK.—THE FORCING OF THE DOORS, AND THE STRUGGLE.
    • CHAPTER LII.
      • THE INTERVIEW BETWEEN THE MOB AND SIR FRANCIS VARNEY.—THE MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE.—THE WINE CELLARS.
    • THE INTERVIEW BETWEEN THE MOB AND SIR FRANCIS VARNEY.—THE MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE.—THE WINE CELLARS.
    • CHAPTER LIII.
      • THE DESTRUCTION OF SIR FRANCIS VARNEY'S HOUSE BY FIRE.—THE ARRIVAL OF THE MILITARY, AND A SECOND MOB.
    • THE DESTRUCTION OF SIR FRANCIS VARNEY'S HOUSE BY FIRE.—THE ARRIVAL OF THE MILITARY, AND A SECOND MOB.
    • CHAPTER LIV.
      • THE BURNING OF VARNEY'S HOUSE.—A NIGHT SCENE.—POPULAR SUPERSTITION.
    • THE BURNING OF VARNEY'S HOUSE.—A NIGHT SCENE.—POPULAR SUPERSTITION.
    • CHAPTER LV.
      • THE RETURN OF THE MOB AND MILITARY TO THE TOWN.—THE MADNESS OF THE MOB.—THE GROCER'S REVENGE.
    • THE RETURN OF THE MOB AND MILITARY TO THE TOWN.—THE MADNESS OF THE MOB.—THE GROCER'S REVENGE.
    • CHAPTER LVI.
      • THE DEPARTURE OF THE BANNERWORTHS FROM THE HALL.—THE NEW ABODE.—JACK PRINGLE, PILOT.
    • THE DEPARTURE OF THE BANNERWORTHS FROM THE HALL.—THE NEW ABODE.—JACK PRINGLE, PILOT.
    • CHAPTER LVII.
      • THE LONELY WATCH, AND THE ADVENTURE IN THE DESERTED HOUSE.
    • THE LONELY WATCH, AND THE ADVENTURE IN THE DESERTED HOUSE.
    • CHAPTER LVIII.
      • THE ARRIVAL OF JACK PRINGLE.—MIDNIGHT AND THE VAMPYRE.—THE MYSTERIOUS HAT.
    • THE ARRIVAL OF JACK PRINGLE.—MIDNIGHT AND THE VAMPYRE.—THE MYSTERIOUS HAT.
    • CHAPTER LIX.
      • THE WARNING.—THE NEW PLAN OF OPERATION.—THE INSULTING MESSAGE FROM VARNEY.
    • THE WARNING.—THE NEW PLAN OF OPERATION.—THE INSULTING MESSAGE FROM VARNEY.
    • CHAPTER LX.
      • THE INTERRUPTED BREAKFAST AT SIR FRANCIS VARNEY'S.
    • THE INTERRUPTED BREAKFAST AT SIR FRANCIS VARNEY'S.
    • CHAPTER LXI.
      • THE MYSTERIOUS STRANGER.—THE PARTICULARS OF THE SUICIDE AT BANNERWORTH HALL.
    • THE MYSTERIOUS STRANGER.—THE PARTICULARS OF THE SUICIDE AT BANNERWORTH HALL.
    • CHAPTER LXII.
      • THE MYSTERIOUS MEETING IN THE RUIN AGAIN.—THE VAMPYRE'S ATTACK UPON THE CONSTABLE.
    • THE MYSTERIOUS MEETING IN THE RUIN AGAIN.—THE VAMPYRE'S ATTACK UPON THE CONSTABLE.
    • CHAPTER LXIII.
      • THE GUESTS AT THE INN, AND THE STORY OF THE DEAD UNCLE.
    • THE GUESTS AT THE INN, AND THE STORY OF THE DEAD UNCLE.
    • CHAPTER LXIV.
      • THE VAMPIRE IN THE MOONLIGHT.—THE FALSE FRIEND.
    • THE VAMPIRE IN THE MOONLIGHT.—THE FALSE FRIEND.
    • CHAPTER LXV.
      • VARNEY'S VISIT TO THE DUNGEON OF THE LONELY PRISONER IN THE RUINS.
    • VARNEY'S VISIT TO THE DUNGEON OF THE LONELY PRISONER IN THE RUINS.
    • CHAPTER LXVI.
      • FLORA BANNERWORTH'S APPARENT INCONSISTENCY.—THE ADMIRAL'S CIRCUMSTANCES AND ADVICE.—MR. CHILLINGWORTH'S MYSTERIOUS ABSENCE.
    • FLORA BANNERWORTH'S APPARENT INCONSISTENCY.—THE ADMIRAL'S CIRCUMSTANCES AND ADVICE.—MR. CHILLINGWORTH'S MYSTERIOUS ABSENCE.
    • CHAPTER LXVII.
      • THE ADMIRAL'S STORY OF THE BEAUTIFUL BELINDA.
    • THE ADMIRAL'S STORY OF THE BEAUTIFUL BELINDA.
    • CHAPTER LXVIII.
      • MARCHDALE'S ATTEMPTED VILLANY, AND THE RESULT.
    • MARCHDALE'S ATTEMPTED VILLANY, AND THE RESULT.
    • CHAPTER LXIX.
      • FLORA BANNERWORTH AND HER MOTHER.—THE EPISODE OF CHIVALRY.
    • FLORA BANNERWORTH AND HER MOTHER.—THE EPISODE OF CHIVALRY.
    • CHAPTER LXX.
      • THE FUNERAL OF THE STRANGER OF THE INN.—THE POPULAR COMMOTION, AND MRS. CHILLINGWORTH'S APPEAL TO THE MOB.—THE NEW RIOT.—THE HALL IN DANGER.
    • THE FUNERAL OF THE STRANGER OF THE INN.—THE POPULAR COMMOTION, AND MRS. CHILLINGWORTH'S APPEAL TO THE MOB.—THE NEW RIOT.—THE HALL IN DANGER.
    • CHAPTER LXXI.
      • THE STRANGE MEETING AT THE HALL BETWEEN MR. CHILLINGWORTH AND THE MYSTERIOUS FRIEND OF VARNEY.
    • THE STRANGE MEETING AT THE HALL BETWEEN MR. CHILLINGWORTH AND THE MYSTERIOUS FRIEND OF VARNEY.
    • CHAPTER LXXII.
      • THE STRANGE STORY.—THE ARRIVAL OF THE MOB AT THE HALL, AND THEIR DISPERSION.
    • THE STRANGE STORY.—THE ARRIVAL OF THE MOB AT THE HALL, AND THEIR DISPERSION.
    • CHAPTER LXXIII.
      • THE VISIT OF THE VAMPIRE.—THE GENERAL MEETING.
    • THE VISIT OF THE VAMPIRE.—THE GENERAL MEETING.
    • CHAPTER LXXIV.
      • THE MEETING OF CHARLES AND FLORA.
    • THE MEETING OF CHARLES AND FLORA.
    • CHAPTER LXXV.
      • MUTUAL EXPLANATIONS, AND THE VISIT TO THE RUINS.
    • MUTUAL EXPLANATIONS, AND THE VISIT TO THE RUINS.
    • CHAPTER LXXVI.
      • THE SECOND NIGHT-WATCH OF MR. CHILLINGWORTH AT THE HALL.
    • THE SECOND NIGHT-WATCH OF MR. CHILLINGWORTH AT THE HALL.
    • CHAPTER LXXVII.
      • VARNEY IN THE GARDEN.—THE COMMUNICATION OF DR. CHILLINGWORTH TO THE ADMIRAL AND HENRY.
    • VARNEY IN THE GARDEN.—THE COMMUNICATION OF DR. CHILLINGWORTH TO THE ADMIRAL AND HENRY.
    • CHAPTER LXXVIII.
      • THE ALTERCATION BETWEEN VARNEY AND THE EXECUTIONER IN THE HALL.—THE MUTUAL AGREEMENT.
    • THE ALTERCATION BETWEEN VARNEY AND THE EXECUTIONER IN THE HALL.—THE MUTUAL AGREEMENT.
    • CHAPTER LXXIX.
      • THE VAMPYRE'S DANGER.—THE LAST REFUGE.—THE RUSE OF HENRY BANNERWORTH.
    • THE VAMPYRE'S DANGER.—THE LAST REFUGE.—THE RUSE OF HENRY BANNERWORTH.
    • CHAPTER LXXX.
      • THE DISCOVERY OF THE BODY OF MARCHDALE IN THE RUINS BY THE MOB.—THE BURNING OF THE CORPSE.—THE MURDER OF THE HANGMAN.
    • THE DISCOVERY OF THE BODY OF MARCHDALE IN THE RUINS BY THE MOB.—THE BURNING OF THE CORPSE.—THE MURDER OF THE HANGMAN.
    • CHAPTER LXXXI.
      • THE VAMPYRE'S FLIGHT.—HIS DANGER, AND THE LAST PLACE OF REFUGE.
    • THE VAMPYRE'S FLIGHT.—HIS DANGER, AND THE LAST PLACE OF REFUGE.
    • CHAPTER LXXXII.
      • CHARLES HOLLAND'S PURSUIT OF THE VAMPYRE.—THE DANGEROUS INTERVIEW.
    • CHARLES HOLLAND'S PURSUIT OF THE VAMPYRE.—THE DANGEROUS INTERVIEW.
    • CHAPTER LXXXIII.
      • THE MYSTERIOUS ARRIVAL AT THE INN.—THE HUNGARIAN NOBLEMAN.—THE LETTER TO VARNEY.
    • THE MYSTERIOUS ARRIVAL AT THE INN.—THE HUNGARIAN NOBLEMAN.—THE LETTER TO VARNEY.
    • CHAPTER LXXXIV.
      • THE EXCITED POPULACE.—VARNEY HUNTED.—THE PLACE OF REFUGE.
    • THE EXCITED POPULACE.—VARNEY HUNTED.—THE PLACE OF REFUGE.
    • CHAPTER LXXXV.
      • THE HUNGARIAN NOBLEMAN GETS INTO DANGER.—HE IS FIRED AT, AND SHOWS SOME OF HIS QUALITY.
    • THE HUNGARIAN NOBLEMAN GETS INTO DANGER.—HE IS FIRED AT, AND SHOWS SOME OF HIS QUALITY.
    • CHAPTER LXXXVI.
      • THE DISCOVERY OF THE POCKET BOOK OF MARMADUKE BANNERWORTH.—ITS MYSTERIOUS CONTENTS.
    • THE DISCOVERY OF THE POCKET BOOK OF MARMADUKE BANNERWORTH.—ITS MYSTERIOUS CONTENTS.
    • CHAPTER LXXXVII.
      • THE HUNT FOR VARNEY.—THE HOUSE-TOPS.—THE MIRACULOUS ESCAPE.—THE LAST PLACE OF REFUGE.—THE COTTAGE.
    • THE HUNT FOR VARNEY.—THE HOUSE-TOPS.—THE MIRACULOUS ESCAPE.—THE LAST PLACE OF REFUGE.—THE COTTAGE.
    • CHAPTER LXXXVIII.
      • THE RECEPTION OF THE VAMPYRE BY FLORA.—VARNEY SUBDUED.
    • THE RECEPTION OF THE VAMPYRE BY FLORA.—VARNEY SUBDUED.
    • CHAPTER LXXXIX.
      • TELLS WHAT BECAME OF THE SECOND VAMPYRE WHO SOUGHT VARNEY.
    • TELLS WHAT BECAME OF THE SECOND VAMPYRE WHO SOUGHT VARNEY.
    • CHAPTER XC.
      • DR. CHILLINGWORTH AT THE HALL.—THE ENCOUNTER OF MYSTERY.—THE CONFLICT.—THE RESCUE, AND THE PICTURE.
    • DR. CHILLINGWORTH AT THE HALL.—THE ENCOUNTER OF MYSTERY.—THE CONFLICT.—THE RESCUE, AND THE PICTURE.
    • CHAPTER XCI.
      • THE GRAND CONSULTATION BROKEN UP BY MRS. CHILLINGWORTH, AND THE DISAPPEARANCE OF VARNEY.
    • THE GRAND CONSULTATION BROKEN UP BY MRS. CHILLINGWORTH, AND THE DISAPPEARANCE OF VARNEY.
    • CHAPTER XCII.
      • THE MISADVENTURE OF THE DOCTOR WITH THE PICTURE.
    • THE MISADVENTURE OF THE DOCTOR WITH THE PICTURE.
    • CHAPTER XCIII.
      • THE ALARM AT ANDERBURY.—THE SUSPICIONS OF THE BANNERWORTH FAMILY, AND THE MYSTERIOUS COMMUNICATION.
    • THE ALARM AT ANDERBURY.—THE SUSPICIONS OF THE BANNERWORTH FAMILY, AND THE MYSTERIOUS COMMUNICATION.
    • CHAPTER XCIV.
      • THE VISITOR, AND THE DEATH IN THE SUBTERRANEAN PASSAGE.
    • THE VISITOR, AND THE DEATH IN THE SUBTERRANEAN PASSAGE.
    • CHAPTER XCV.
      • THE MARRIAGE IN THE BANNERWORTH FAMILY ARRANGED.
    • THE MARRIAGE IN THE BANNERWORTH FAMILY ARRANGED.
    • CHAPTER XCVI.
      • THE BARON TAKES ANDERBURY HOUSE, AND DECIDES UPON GIVING A GRAND ENTERTAINMENT.
    • THE BARON TAKES ANDERBURY HOUSE, AND DECIDES UPON GIVING A GRAND ENTERTAINMENT.
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