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A Day's Ride: A Life's Romance

By Charles James Lever
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  • A DAY'S RIDE
    • A LIFE'S ROMANCE
      • With Illustrations By W. Cubitt Cooke.
        • BOSTON: LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY. 1904.
      • BOSTON: LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY. 1904.
    • With Illustrations By W. Cubitt Cooke.
      • BOSTON: LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY. 1904.
    • BOSTON: LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY. 1904.
  • A DAY'S RIDE:
    • A LIFE'S ROMANCE.
    • CHAPTER I. I PREPARE TO SEEK ADVENTURES
    • CHAPTER II. BLONDEL AND I SET OUT
    • CHAPTER III. TRUTH NOT ALWAYS IN WINE
    • CHAPTER IV. PLEASANT REFLECTIONS ON AWAKING.
    • CHAPTER V. THE ROSARY AT INISTIOGE
    • CHAPTER VI. MY SELF-EXAMINATION.
    • CHAPTER VII. FATHER DYKE'S LETTER.
    • CHAPTER VIII. IMAGINATION STIMULATED BY BRANDY AND WATER.
    • CHAPTER IX. HIS INTEREST IN A LADY FELLOW-TRAVELLER.
    • CHAPTER X. THE PERILS OF MY JOURNEY TO OSTEND.
    • CHAPTER XI. A JEALOUS HUSBAND.
    • CHAPTER XII. THE DUCHY OF HESSE-KALBBRATONSTADT
    • CHAPTER XIII. I CALL AT THE BRITISH LEGATION.
    • CHAPTER XIV. SHAMEFUL NEGLECT OF A PUBLIC SERVANT.
    • CHAPTER XV. I LECTURE THE AMBASSADOR'S SISTER
    • CHAPTER XVI. UNPLEASANT TURN TO AN AGREEABLE CONVERSE.
    • CHAPTER XVII. MRS. KEATS MOVES MY INDIGNATION
    • CHAPTER XVIII. AN IMPATIENT SUMMONS.
    • CHAPTER XIX. MRS. KEATS'S MYSTERIOUS COMMUNICATION
    • CHAPTER XX. THE MYSTERY EXPLAINED
    • CHAPTER XXI. HOW I PLAY THE PRINCE.
    • CHAPTER XXII. INCIDENTS OF THE SECOND DAY'S JOURNEY.
    • CHAPTER XXIII. JEALOUSY UNSUPPORTED BY COURAGE
    • CHAPTER XXIV. MY CANDOR AS AN AUTOBIOGRAPHER.
    • CHAPTER XXV. I MAINTAIN A DIGNIFIED RESERVE.
    • CHAPTER XXVI. VATERCHEN AND TINTEFLECK
    • CHAPTER XXVII. I ATTEMPT TO OVERTHROW SOCIAL PREJUDICES
    • CHAPTER XXVIII. RESULTS OF THE EXPERIMENT
    • CHAPTER XXIX. ON FOOT AND IN LOW COMPANY
    • CHAPTER XXX. VATERCHEN'S NARRATIVE.
      • I give the old man's story, as nearly as I can, the way he told it
    • I give the old man's story, as nearly as I can, the way he told it
    • CHAPTER XXXI. A GENIUS FOR CARICATURE
    • CHAPTER XXXII. I RELIEVE MYSELF OF MY PURSE
    • CHAPTER XXXIII. MY ELOQUENCE BEFORE THE CONSTANCE MAGISTRATES.
    • CHAPTER XXXIV. A SUMPTUOUS DINNER AND AN EMPTY POCKET
    • CHAPTER XXXV. HART CROFTON'S COMMISSION
    • CHAPTER XXXVI. FURTHER INTERCOURSE WITH HARPAR
    • CHAPTER XXXVII. MY EXPLOSION AT THE TABLE D'HÔTE
    • CHAPTER XXXVIII. THE DUEL WITH PRINCE MAX.
    • CHAPTER XXXIX. ON THE EDGE OF A TORRENT
    • CHAPTER XL. I AM DRAGGED AS A PRISONER TO FELDKIRCH
    • CHAPTER XLI. THE ACT OF ACCUSATION
    • CHAPTER XLII. A GLIMPSE OF AM OLD FRIEND
    • CHAPTER XLIII. I AM CONFINED IN THE AMBRAS SCHLOSS
    • CHAPTER XLIV. A VISIT FROM THE HON. GREY BULLER
    • CHAPTER XLV. MY CANDID AVOWAL TO KATE HERBERT
    • CHAPTER XLVI. CAPTAIN ROGERS STANDS MY FRIEND
    • CHAPTER XLVII. MY DUELLING AMBITION AGAIN DISAPPOINTED
    • CHAPTER XLVIII. FINAL ADVENTURES AND SETTLEMENT
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