Aileen Aroon, A Memoir With other Tales of Faithful Friends and Favourites
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Aileen Aroon, A Memoir With other Tales of Faithful Friends and Favourites
By Gordon Stables
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Table of Contents
  • Gordon Stables
  • "Aileen Aroon, A Memoir"
  • "With other Tales of Faithful Friends and Favourites"
    • Preface.
    • Chapter One.
      • Prologistic.
    • Prologistic.
    • Chapter Two.
      • Introducing Aileen Aroon.
    • Introducing Aileen Aroon.
    • Chapter Three.
      • Containing the Story of One of Aileen’s Friends.
      • Our Dandie.
    • Containing the Story of One of Aileen’s Friends.
    • Our Dandie.
    • Chapter Four.
      • Dedicated to Girls and Boys Only.
      • Puff: The Autobiography of a Persian Pussy.
      • Lost; or, Little Nellie’s Favourite.
    • Dedicated to Girls and Boys Only.
    • Puff: The Autobiography of a Persian Pussy.
    • Lost; or, Little Nellie’s Favourite.
    • Chapter Five.
      • Embodying a Little Tale and a Little Adventure.
      • “That Skye-Terrier.”—A Burlesque.
    • Embodying a Little Tale and a Little Adventure.
    • “That Skye-Terrier.”—A Burlesque.
    • Chapter Six.
      • Aileen and Nero—A Dog’s Receipt for Keeping Well—Dog’s in the Snow in Greenland—The Life-Story of Aileen’s Pet, “Fairy Mary.”
      • A Dog’s Receipt for Keeping Well.
      • Dogs in the Snow in Greenland.
      • “Fairy Mary.”
    • Aileen and Nero—A Dog’s Receipt for Keeping Well—Dog’s in the Snow in Greenland—The Life-Story of Aileen’s Pet, “Fairy Mary.”
    • A Dog’s Receipt for Keeping Well.
    • Dogs in the Snow in Greenland.
    • “Fairy Mary.”
    • Chapter Seven.
      • Only a Dog.
      • Dolls: His Little Story.
    • Only a Dog.
    • Dolls: His Little Story.
    • Chapter Eight.
      • A Tale Told by the Old Pine-Tree.
      • Blucher: The Story of a Newfoundland.
    • A Tale Told by the Old Pine-Tree.
    • Blucher: The Story of a Newfoundland.
    • Chapter Nine.
      • Tea on the Lawn, and the Story of a Starling.
      • My Starling “Dick.”
    • Tea on the Lawn, and the Story of a Starling.
    • My Starling “Dick.”
    • Chapter Ten.
      • The Life and Death of Rook Toby.
      • Toby: The Story of a Sailor Sheep.
    • The Life and Death of Rook Toby.
    • Toby: The Story of a Sailor Sheep.
    • Chapter Eleven.
      • A Bird-Haunted Lawn in June—Pets of my Early Years.
      • Pets of my Early Years.
    • A Bird-Haunted Lawn in June—Pets of my Early Years.
    • Pets of my Early Years.
    • Chapter Twelve.
      • Early Studies in Natural History.
    • Early Studies in Natural History.
    • Chapter Thirteen.
      • All About my Bird Pets.
    • All About my Bird Pets.
    • Chapter Fourteen.
      • The Redstart, the Goldfinch, the Mavis, and Merle.
    • The Redstart, the Goldfinch, the Mavis, and Merle.
    • Chapter Fifteen.
      • A Bird-Haunted Churchyard.
    • A Bird-Haunted Churchyard.
    • Chapter Sixteen.
      • A Friend of my Student Days.
    • A Friend of my Student Days.
    • Chapter Seventeen.
      • The Days When we went Cruising.
    • The Days When we went Cruising.
    • Chapter Eighteen.
      • Blue-Jackets’ Pets.
    • Blue-Jackets’ Pets.
    • Chapter Nineteen.
      • My Cabin Mates and Bedfellows: A Sketch of Life on the Coast of Africa.
    • My Cabin Mates and Bedfellows: A Sketch of Life on the Coast of Africa.
    • Chapter Twenty.
      • My Cabin Mates—Concluded.
    • My Cabin Mates—Concluded.
    • Chapter Twenty One.
      • Containing a Tale to Banish the Creepies.
      • Jeannie’s Boarding-house: A Seaside Story.
    • Containing a Tale to Banish the Creepies.
    • Jeannie’s Boarding-house: A Seaside Story.
    • Chapter Twenty Two.
      • An Evening Spent at our own Fireside.
      • The Fireside Favourite: An Autobiography.
    • An Evening Spent at our own Fireside.
    • The Fireside Favourite: An Autobiography.
    • Chapter Twenty Three.
      • “Greyfriars’ Bobby”—“Pepper”—The Blind Fiddler’s Dog.
      • “Pepper.”
      • The Blind Fiddler’s Dog.
    • “Greyfriars’ Bobby”—“Pepper”—The Blind Fiddler’s Dog.
    • “Pepper.”
    • The Blind Fiddler’s Dog.
    • Chapter Twenty Four.
      • Mr and Mrs Polypus: A Story Founded on a Fact in Natural History.
    • Mr and Mrs Polypus: A Story Founded on a Fact in Natural History.
    • Chapter Twenty Five.
      • The Tale of the “Twin Chestnuts”; or, a Summer Evening’s Reverie.
      • The Twin Chestnuts: A Reverie. “They grew in beauty side by side.”
    • The Tale of the “Twin Chestnuts”; or, a Summer Evening’s Reverie.
    • The Twin Chestnuts: A Reverie. “They grew in beauty side by side.”
    • Chapter Twenty Six.
      • The Story of Aileen’s Husband, Nero.
      • “The Bad Boys’ Cricket Match.”
    • The Story of Aileen’s Husband, Nero.
    • “The Bad Boys’ Cricket Match.”
    • Chapter Twenty Seven.
      • The Story of Aileen’s Husband, Nero—Continued.
    • The Story of Aileen’s Husband, Nero—Continued.
    • Chapter Twenty Eight.
      • The Story of Aileen’s Husband, Nero—Continued.
    • The Story of Aileen’s Husband, Nero—Continued.
    • Chapter Twenty Nine.
      • The Story of Aileen’s Husband, Nero—Continued.
    • The Story of Aileen’s Husband, Nero—Continued.
    • Chapter Thirty.
      • Ida’s Illness—Mercy to the Dumb Animals.
    • Ida’s Illness—Mercy to the Dumb Animals.
    • Chapter Thirty One.
      • Mirram: A Sketch from the Life of a Cat—About Summer Songs and Songsters.
      • Mirram: A Sketch from the Life of a Cat.
      • About Summer Songs and Songsters.
    • Mirram: A Sketch from the Life of a Cat—About Summer Songs and Songsters.
    • Mirram: A Sketch from the Life of a Cat.
    • About Summer Songs and Songsters.
    • Chapter Thirty Two.
      • Harry’s Holiday—King John; or, The Tale of a Tub—Sindbad; or, the Dog of Penellan.
      • Harry’s Holiday.
      • King John; or, The Tale of a Tub.
      • Sindbad; or, The Dog of Penellan.
    • Harry’s Holiday—King John; or, The Tale of a Tub—Sindbad; or, the Dog of Penellan.
    • Harry’s Holiday.
    • King John; or, The Tale of a Tub.
    • Sindbad; or, The Dog of Penellan.
    • Chapter Thirty Three.
      • A Short, Because a Sad One.
    • A Short, Because a Sad One.
    • Chapter Thirty Four.
      • The Last.
    • The Last.
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