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The Queen's Necklace

By Alexandre Dumas
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  • THE WORKS OF
    • ALEXANDRE DUMAS
      • IN THIRTY VOLUMES
  • THE
  • QUEEN'S NECKLACE
    • ILLUSTRATED WITH DRAWINGS ON WOOD BY
      • EMINENT FRENCH AND AMERICAN ARTISTS
      • NEW YORK
      • P. F. COLLIER AND SON
      • MCMIV
    • THE QUEEN'S NECKLACE.
      • PROLOGUE.—THE PREDICTIONS.
        • AN OLD NOBLEMAN AND AN OLD MAÎTRE-D'HÔTEL.
        • II.—M. DE LA PEROUSE.
        • END OF THE PROLOGUE.
      • CHAPTER I.
        • TWO UNKNOWN LADIES.
      • CHAPTER II.
        • AN INTERIOR.
      • CHAPTER III.
        • JEANNE DE LA MOTTE VALOIS.
      • CHAPTER IV.
        • BELUS.
      • CHAPTER V.
        • THE ROAD TO VERSAILLES.
      • CHAPTER VI.
        • LAURENT.
      • CHAPTER VII.
        • THE QUEEN'S BED-CHAMBER.
      • CHAPTER VIII.
        • THE QUEEN'S PETITE LEVEE.
      • CHAPTER IX.
        • THE SWISS LAKE.
      • CHAPTER X.
        • THE TEMPTER.
      • CHAPTER XI.
        • M. DE SUFFREN.
      • CHAPTER XII.
        • M. DE CHARNY.
      • CHAPTER XIII.
        • THE ONE HUNDRED LOUIS OF THE QUEEN.
      • CHAPTER XIV.
        • M. FINGRET.
      • CHAPTER XV.
        • THE CARDINAL DE ROHAN.
      • CHAPTER XVI.
        • MESMER AND ST. MARTIN.
      • CHAPTER XVII.
        • THE BUCKET.
      • CHAPTER XVIII.
        • MADEMOISELLE OLIVA.
      • CHAPTER XIX.
        • MONSIEUR BEAUSIRE.
      • CHAPTER XX.
        • GOLD.
      • CHAPTER XXI.
        • LA PETITE MAISON.
      • CHAPTER XXII.
        • SOME WORDS ABOUT THE OPERA.
      • CHAPTER XXIII.
        • THE BALL AT THE OPERA.
      • CHAPTER XXIV.
        • THE EXAMINATION.
      • CHAPTER XXV.
        • THE ACADEMY OF M. BEAUSIRE.
      • CHAPTER XXVI.
        • THE AMBASSADOR.
      • CHAPTER XXVII.
        • MESSRS. BŒHMER AND BOSSANGE.
      • CHAPTER XXVIII.
        • THE AMBASSADOR'S HOTEL.
      • CHAPTER XXIX.
        • THE BARGAIN.
      • CHAPTER XXX.
        • THE JOURNALIST'S HOUSE.
      • CHAPTER XXXI.
        • HOW TWO FRIENDS BECAME ENEMIES.
      • CHAPTER XXXII.
        • THE HOUSE IN THE RUE ST. GILLES.
      • CHAPTER XXXIII.
        • THE HEAD OF THE TAVERNEY FAMILY.
      • CHAPTER XXXIV.
        • THE STANZAS OF M. DE PROVENCE.
      • CHAPTER XXXV.
        • THE PRINCESS DE LAMBALLE.
      • CHAPTER XXXVI.
        • THE QUEEN.
      • CHAPTER XXXVII.
        • AN ALIBI.
      • CHAPTER XXXVIII.
        • M. DE CROSNE.
      • CHAPTER XXXIX.
        • THE TEMPTRESS.
      • CHAPTER XL.
        • TWO AMBITIONS THAT WISH TO PASS FOR TWO LOVES.
      • CHAPTER XLI.
        • FACES UNDER THEIR MASKS.
      • CHAPTER XLII.
        • IN WHICH M. DUCORNEAU UNDERSTANDS NOTHING OF WHAT IS PASSING.
      • CHAPTER XLIII.
        • ILLUSIONS AND REALITIES.
      • CHAPTER XLIV.
        • OLIVA BEGINS TO ASK WHAT THEY WANT OF HER.
      • CHAPTER XLV.
        • THE DESERTED HOUSE.
      • CHAPTER XLVI.
        • JEANNE THE PROTECTRESS.
      • CHAPTER XLVII.
        • JEANNE PROTECTED.
      • CHAPTER XLVIII.
        • THE QUEEN'S PORTFOLIO.
      • CHAPTER XLIX.
        • IN WHICH WE FIND DR. LOUIS.
      • CHAPTER L.
        • ÆGRI SOMNIA.
      • CHAPTER LI.
        • ANDRÉE.
      • CHAPTER LII.
        • DELIRIUM.
      • CHAPTER LIII.
        • CONVALESCENCE.
      • CHAPTER LIV.
        • TWO BLEEDING HEARTS.
      • CHAPTER LV.
        • THE MINISTER OF FINANCE.
      • CHAPTER LVI.
        • THE CARDINAL DE ROHAN.
      • CHAPTER LVII.
        • DEBTOR AND CREDITOR.
      • CHAPTER LVIII.
        • FAMILY ACCOUNTS.
      • CHAPTER LIX.
        • MARIE ANTOINETTE AS QUEEN, AND MADAME DE LA MOTTE AS WOMAN.
      • CHAPTER LX.
        • THE RECEIPT OF MM. BŒHMER AND BOSSANGE, AND THE GRATITUDE OF THE QUEEN.
      • CHAPTER LXI.
        • THE PRISONER.
      • CHAPTER LXII.
        • THE LOOK OUT.
      • CHAPTER LXIII.
        • THE TWO NEIGHBORS.
      • CHAPTER LXIV.
        • THE RENDEZVOUS.
      • CHAPTER LXV.
        • THE QUEEN'S HAND.
      • CHAPTER LXVI.
        • WOMAN AND QUEEN.
      • CHAPTER LXVII.
        • WOMAN AND DEMON.
      • CHAPTER LXVIII.
        • THE NIGHT.
      • CHAPTER LXIX.
        • THE CONGE.
      • CHAPTER LXX.
        • THE JEALOUSY OF THE CARDINAL.
      • CHAPTER LXXI.
        • THE FLIGHT.
      • CHAPTER LXXII.
        • THE LETTER AND THE RECEIPT.
      • CHAPTER LXXIII.
        • "Roi ne puis, prince ne daigne, Rohan je suis."[B]
      • CHAPTER LXXIV.
        • LOVE AND DIPLOMACY.
      • CHAPTER LXXV.
        • CHARNY, CARDINAL, AND QUEEN.
      • CHAPTER LXXVI.
        • EXPLANATIONS.
      • CHAPTER LXXVII.
        • THE ARREST.
      • CHAPTER LXXVIII.
        • THE PROCÈS-VERBAL.
      • CHAPTER LXXIX.
        • THE LAST ACCUSATION.
      • CHAPTER LXXX.
        • THE PROPOSAL OF MARRIAGE.
      • CHAPTER LXXXI.
        • ST. DENIS.
      • CHAPTER LXXXII.
        • A DEAD HEART.
      • CHAPTER LXXXIII.
        • IN WHICH IT IS EXPLAINED WHY THE BARON DE TAVERNEY GREW FAT.
      • CHAPTER LXXXIV.
        • THE FATHER AND THE FIANCÉE.
      • CHAPTER LXXXV.
        • AFTER THE DRAGON, THE VIPER.
      • CHAPTER LXXXVI.
        • HOW IT CAME TO PASS THAT M. BEAUSIRE WAS TRACKED BY THE AGENTS OF M. DE CROSNE.
      • CHAPTER LXXXVII.
        • THE TURTLES ARE CAGED.
      • CHAPTER LXXXVIII.
        • THE LAST HOPE LOST.
      • CHAPTER LXXXIX.
        • THE BAPTISM OF THE LITTLE BEAUSIRE.
      • CHAPTER XC.
        • THE TRIAL.
      • CHAPTER XCI.
        • THE EXECUTION.
      • CHAPTER XCII.
        • THE MARRIAGE.
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