Roland Cashel, Volume I (of II)
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Roland Cashel, Volume I (of II)

By Charles James Lever
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  • ROLAND CASHEL
    • With Illustrations By Phiz,
      • In Two Volumes. Vol. I.
        • Boston: Little, Brown, And Company. 1907.
      • Boston: Little, Brown, And Company. 1907.
    • In Two Volumes. Vol. I.
      • Boston: Little, Brown, And Company. 1907.
    • Boston: Little, Brown, And Company. 1907.
    • PREFACE.
  • ROLAND CASHEL.
    • CHAPTER I. DON PEDRO'S GUESTS.
    • CHAPTER II. A CHALLENGE—AND HOW IT ENDED.
    • CHAPTER III. MR. SIMMS ON LIFE AT THE VILLA
    • CHAPTER IV. THE KENNYFECK HOUSEHOLD
    • CHAPTER V. HOW ROLAND BECAME ENTITLED TO THE GODFREY BROWNE PROPERTY.
    • CHAPTER VI. A FRACAS IN THE BETTING-RING.
    • CHAPTER VII. PEEPS BEHIND THE CURTAIN.
    • CHAPTER VIII. LOVE v. LAW
    • CHAPTER IX. AN EXCITING ADVENTURE
    • CHAPTER X. THE COMING DINNER-PARTY DISCUSSED
    • CHAPTER XI. A DRIVE WITH THE LADIES.
    • CHAPTER XII. THE GREAT KENNYFECK DINNER.
    • CHAPTER XIII. TUBBER-BEG.
    • CHAPTER XIV. MR. LINTON REVEALS HIS DESIGNS.
    • CHAPTER XV. AT THE GAMING TABLE.
    • CHAPTER XVI. WHAT ROLAND OVERHEARD AT THE MONEY LENDER'S
    • CHAPTER XVII. SCANNING THE POLITICAL HORIZON.
    • CHAPTER XVIII. UNDER THE GREEN-WOOD TREE.
    • CHAPTER XIX. THE DOMESTIC DETECTIVE CONSULTED.
    • CHAPTER XX. HOW ENRIQUE'S LETTER WAS LOST AND FOUND.
    • CHAPTER XXI. THE CONSPIRATORS DISTURBED
    • CHAPTER XXII. VISIT TO THE "CASHEL PICTURE GALLERY."
    • CHAPTER XXIII. LINTON VISITS HIS ESTATE.
    • CHAPTER XXIV. BREAKFAST WITH MR. CORRIGAN.
    • CHAPTER XXV. TUBBERMORE TRANSFORMED.
    • CHAPTER XXVI. BAD GENERALSHIP
    • CHAPTER XXVII. LIEUTENANT SICKLETON'S PATENT PUMP.
    • CHAPTER XXVIII. A SPLIT IN THE KENNYFECK CABINET
    • CHAPTER XXIX. STORM AND WRECK.
    • CHAPTER XXX. MISS LEICESTER'S DREAM AND ITS FULFILMENT
    • CHAPTER XXXI. THE GUESTS BEGIN TO ARRIVE.
    • CHAPTER XXXII. HOW THE VISITORS FARED
    • CHAPTER XXXIII. ROLAND'S INTRODUCTION TO MR. CORRIGAN
    • CHAPTER XXXIV. ROLAND "HEARS SOMETHING TO HIS ADVANTAGE."
    • CHAPTER XXXV. MISS JEMIMA MEEK.
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