Willy Reilly The Works of William Carleton, Volume One
Table of Contents
- WILLY REILLY
- Illustrated by M. L. Flanery
- List of Illustrations
- PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION.
- CHAPTER I.—An Adventure and an Escape.
- CHAPTER II. The Cooleen Baum.
- CHAPTER III.—Daring Attempt of the Red Rapparee
- —Mysterious Disappearance of His Gang—The Avowal
- CHAPTER IV.—His Rival makes his Appearance, and its Consequences
- —A Sapient Project for our Hero's Conversion
- CHAPTER V.—The Plot and the Victims.
- CHAPTER VI.—The Warning—an Escape
- CHAPTER VII.—An Accidental Incident favorable to Reilly
- —And a Curious Conversation
- CHAPTER VIII.—A Conflagration—An Escape—And an Adventure
- CHAPTER IX.—A Prospect of Bygone Times
- CHAPTER X.—Scenes that took place in the Mountain Cave
- CHAPTEE XI.—The Squire's Dinner and his Guests.
- CHAPTEE XII.—Sir Robert Meets a Brother Sportsman
- —Draws his Nets, but Catches Nothing.
- CHAPTER XIII.—Reilly is Taken, but Connived at by the Sheriff
- —The Mountain Mass
- CHAPTER XIV.—Reilly takes Service with Squire Folliard.
- CHAPTER XV.—More of Whitecraft's Plots and Pranks
- CHAPTER XVI.—Sir Robert ingeniously extricates Himself out of a great Difficulty.
- CHAPTER XVII.—Awful Conduct of Squire Folliard
- —Fergus Reilly begins to Contravene the Red Rapparee
- CHAPTEE XVIII.—Something not very Pleasant for all Parties.
- CHAPTER XIX.—Reilly's Disguise Penetrated
- CHAPTER XX.—The Rapparee Secured
- —Reilly and the Cooleen Bawn Escape, and are Captured.
- CHAPTER XXI.—Sir Robert Accepts of an Invitation.
- CHAPTER XXII.—The Squire Comforts Whitecraft in his Affliction.
- CHAPTER XXIII.—The Squire becomes Theological and a Proselytizer, but signally fails.
- CHAPTER XXIV.—Jury of the Olden Time
- —Preparations—The Scales of Justice.
- CHAPTER XXV.—Reilly stands his Trial
- Rumor of Cooleen Bawn's Treachery—How it appears—Conclusion.
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