Black Ivory
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Black Ivory

By R. M. (Robert Michael) Ballantyne
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Table of Contents
  • R.M. Ballantyne
  • "Black Ivory"
    • Preface.
    • Chapter One.
      • Shows that a Good Beginning may Sometimes be Followed by a Bad Ending.
    • Shows that a Good Beginning may Sometimes be Followed by a Bad Ending.
    • Chapter Two.
      • Yoosoof’s “Black Ivory.”
    • Yoosoof’s “Black Ivory.”
    • Chapter Three.
      • Relates the Further Adventures of Harold and Disco, and Lifts the Curtain a Little Higher in Regard to the Slave-Trade.
    • Relates the Further Adventures of Harold and Disco, and Lifts the Curtain a Little Higher in Regard to the Slave-Trade.
    • Chapter Four.
      • In Which Our Heroes See Strange Sights at Zanzibar, and Resolve Upon Taking a Bold Step.
    • In Which Our Heroes See Strange Sights at Zanzibar, and Resolve Upon Taking a Bold Step.
    • Chapter Five.
      • In which the Travellers Enjoy Themselves Extremely, and Disco Lillihammer Sees Several Astonishing Sights.
    • In which the Travellers Enjoy Themselves Extremely, and Disco Lillihammer Sees Several Astonishing Sights.
    • Chapter Six.
      • Describes Several New and Surprising Incidents, which must be Read to be Fully Appreciated.
    • Describes Several New and Surprising Incidents, which must be Read to be Fully Appreciated.
    • Chapter Seven.
      • Enemies are Changed into Friends—Our Travellers Penetrate into the Interior of the Land.
    • Enemies are Changed into Friends—Our Travellers Penetrate into the Interior of the Land.
    • Chapter Eight.
      • Relates Adventures in the Shire Valley, and Touches on One or Two Phases of Slavery.
    • Relates Adventures in the Shire Valley, and Touches on One or Two Phases of Slavery.
    • Chapter Nine.
      • In Which a Savage Chief Astonishes a Savage Animal.
    • In Which a Savage Chief Astonishes a Savage Animal.
    • Chapter Ten.
      • Describes African Domesticity, and Many Other Things Relative Thereto, Besides Showing that Alarms and Flights, Surprises and Feasts, are not Confined to Particular Places.
    • Describes African Domesticity, and Many Other Things Relative Thereto, Besides Showing that Alarms and Flights, Surprises and Feasts, are not Confined to Particular Places.
    • Chapter Eleven.
      • Reveals Disco’s Opinions about Savages, and the Savages’ Opinions of Disco, and Other Weighty Matters.
    • Reveals Disco’s Opinions about Savages, and the Savages’ Opinions of Disco, and Other Weighty Matters.
    • Chapter Twelve.
      • Describes a Hunting Expedition which was both Exciting and Successful.
    • Describes a Hunting Expedition which was both Exciting and Successful.
    • Chapter Thirteen.
      • The Encampment and the Supper—Discussions, Political and Otherwise—Kambira Receives a Shock, and our Wanderers are Thrown into Perplexity.
    • The Encampment and the Supper—Discussions, Political and Otherwise—Kambira Receives a Shock, and our Wanderers are Thrown into Perplexity.
    • Chapter Fourteen.
      • Camping, Travelling, Shooting, Dreaming, Poetising, Philosophising, and Surprising, in Equatorial Africa.
    • Camping, Travelling, Shooting, Dreaming, Poetising, Philosophising, and Surprising, in Equatorial Africa.
    • Chapter Fifteen.
      • Shows Some of the Effects of the Slave-Trade at the Fountain-Head.
    • Shows Some of the Effects of the Slave-Trade at the Fountain-Head.
    • Chapter Sixteen.
      • Treats of Love, Hatred, and Sorrow, and Proves that Slavery and its Consequences are not Confined to Black Men and Women.
    • Treats of Love, Hatred, and Sorrow, and Proves that Slavery and its Consequences are not Confined to Black Men and Women.
    • Chapter Seventeen.
      • Strong Measures Lead to Unexpected Discoveries.
    • Strong Measures Lead to Unexpected Discoveries.
    • Chapter Eighteen.
      • Describes Some of the Doings of Yoosoof and His Men in Procuring Black Ivory from the Interior of Africa.
    • Describes Some of the Doings of Yoosoof and His Men in Procuring Black Ivory from the Interior of Africa.
    • Chapter Nineteen.
      • Tells of Misfortunes that Befell Our Wanderers; of Familiar Toys Under New Aspects, Etcetera.
    • Tells of Misfortunes that Befell Our Wanderers; of Familiar Toys Under New Aspects, Etcetera.
    • Chapter Twenty.
      • Harold Appears in a New Character, and Two Old Characters Reappear to Harold.
    • Harold Appears in a New Character, and Two Old Characters Reappear to Harold.
    • Chapter Twenty One.
      • Progress of the Slave-Run—The Deadly Swamp, and the Unexpected Rescue.
    • Progress of the Slave-Run—The Deadly Swamp, and the Unexpected Rescue.
    • Chapter Twenty Two.
      • Describes “Black Ivory” at Sea.
    • Describes “Black Ivory” at Sea.
    • Chapter Twenty Three.
      • The Remedy.
    • The Remedy.
    • Chapter Twenty Four.
      • Tells of Sad Sights, and Sudden Events, and Unexpected Meetings.
    • Tells of Sad Sights, and Sudden Events, and Unexpected Meetings.
    • Chapter Twenty Five.
      • The Last.
      • The End.
    • The Last.
    • The End.
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