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Title: Index for Works of Arthur Colton - Hyperlinks to all Chapters in the Individual Ebooks
Author: Colton, Arthur
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INDEX FOR WORKS OF ARTHUR COLTON



CONTENTS

##  THE BELTED SEAS

##  THE DEBATABLE LAND

##  BENNIE BEN CREE

##  PORT ARGENT

##  THE DELECTABLE MOUNTAINS

##  TIOBA, AND OTHER TALES

##  THE CRUISE OF THE VIOLETTA

##  HARPS HUNG UP IN BABYLON



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



THE BELTED SEAS
By Arthur Colton



CONTENTS

THE BELTED SEAS

CHAPTER I. — PEMBERTON'S.

CHAPTER II. — THE “HEBE MAITLAND.” CAPTAIN BUCKINGHAM'S NARRATIVE.

CHAPTER III. — THE HOTEL HELEN MAR. THE NARRATIVE CONTINUED.

CHAPTER IV. — SADLER IN PORTATE. THE NARRATIVE CONTINUED.

CHAPTER V. — END OF THE HOTEL HELEN MAR. CONTINUATION OF CAPTAIN BUCKINGHAM'S NARRATIVE.

CHAPTER VI. — TORRE ANANIAS. WHY CAPTAIN BUCKINGHAM DID NOT GO BACK TO GREENOUGH.

CHAPTER VII. — LIEBCHEN. THE EWIGWEIBLICHE. THE NARRATIVE RESUMED, WITH THE LOSS OF THE “ANACONDA”.

CHAPTER VIII. — SADLER IN SALERATUS. THE GREEN DRAGON PAGODA. THE NARRATIVE GOES ON.

CHAPTER IX. — KING JULIUS.

CHAPTER X. — THE KIYI PROPOSITION—SADLER CONCLUDED.

CHAPTER XI. — THE VOYAGE OF THE “VOODOO”.—NARRATIVE CONTINUED.

CHAPTER XII. — THE FLANNAGAN AND IMPERIAL—CONTINUING THE NARRATIVE.

CHAPTER XIII. — FLANNAGAN AND STEVEY TODD—CAPTAIN BUCKINGHAM RETURNS TO GREENOUGH—THE NARRATIVE CONTINUED.

CHAPTER XIV. — CAPTAIN BUCKINGHAM VISITS ADRIAN. ANDREW AND MADGE MCCULLOCH AND BILLY CORLISS. CAPTAIN BUCKINGHAM'S NARRATIVE ENDS.

CHAPTER XV. — CONCLUSION OF THE WHOLE.



"THE
DEBATABLE
LAND" A41963
A Novel


By
Arthur Colton
Contents
PART I
CHAPTER 	  	PAGE
I. 	"Hinter die Kirche blühe die blaue Blumeleft der Zufriedenheit" 	3
II. 	Of Thaddeus Bourn and his Purposes 	11
III. 	Of Morgan Map and his Purposes 	24
IV. 	In which Thaddeus uses the term "Moral Justification" 	32
V. 	Introducing Hamilton and Saint Mary's Organ 	41
VI. 	Introducing Gard Windham and the Brotherhood of Consolation 	56
VII. 	Introducing Moselle and Mavering 	71
VIII. 	Of Mrs. Mavering, and of the Philosophy of the Individual 	85
IX. 	Of Estates in Happiness 	99
X. 	Of Spring in Hamilton—Of Thaddeus's Opportunity to be Candid 	118
XI. 	The Whirlpool—Mr. Paulus's Reminiscences of Women 	135

PART II
XII. 	Antietam 	149
XIII. 	In which Appears a General of Division, and one of "the Brethren" 	164
XIV. 	In which Mavering Concludes that Cavalry Officers as a Class are Eccentric and Deep 	181
XV. 	Treats of the Distribution of Tracts in the Valley of the Shenandoah 	192
XVI. 	Which Discloses one Daddy Joe, and Disposes of an Evangelist 	207
XVII. 	On the Question of the Exact Location of the Divinity which is Ultimately Called Worth While 	223
XVIII. 	In which there is Discovered a Compunction 	235
XIX. 	In which Windham Drops Out of the Fight—and Mavering Remarks on Human Adaptability 	253
XX. 	Treats of Further Incidents in the House with the White Door 	264
XXI. 	In which We Go Down the River and Return 	274
XXII. 	Of Mavering, who Disappears—Of the Gray Poet—Of Morgan, Who Appears Once More 	286
XXIII. 	The End 	307



BENNIE BEN CREE
Being the Story of his Adventure to Southward in the Year '62
By Arthur Colton



CONTENTS

BENNIE BEN CREE

CHAPTER I.—BENSON AND CREE—THE COMMODORE INN, FORE AND AFT; AND A POINT STATED BY MY UNCLE BENSON.

CHAPTER II.—LACRIMÆ RERUM—THE THREE MEN IN THE PUBLIC.

CHAPTER III.—DOWN THE COAST—CAVARLY'S PLAN.

CHAPTER IV.—I TALK WITH CALHOUN AND THE “OCTARARA” GOES EAST AND WEST.

CHAPTER V.—TOMMY TODD'S.

CHAPTER VI.—THE DISMAL CANAL.

CHAPTER VII.—WE COME TO A RIVER CALLED ELIZABETH, AND TO ANOTHER CALLED JAMES—CONCLUSION.



PORT ARGENT 50269
A Novel
By Arthur Colton
1904



CONTENTS

CHAPTER I—PULSES

CHAPTER II—RICHARD THE SECOND

CHAPTER III—CAMILLA

CHAPTER IV—MUSCADINE STREET

CHAPTER V—TECUMSEH STREET

CHAPTER VI—ALCOTT AIDEE

CHAPTER VII—THE THIRD LAMP

CHAPTER VIII—MECHANICS

CHAPTER IX—HICKS

CHAPTER X—MACCLESFIELD'S BRIDGE

CHAPTER XI—THE BROTHERS

CHAPTER XII—AIDEE AND CAMILLLA

CHAPTER XIII—IN WHICH HICKS IS BUSY

CHAPTER XIV—IN WHICH HICKS COMES TO HIS REST

CHAPTER XV—HENNION AND SHAYS

CHAPTER XVI—CAMILLA GOES TO THE ASSEMBLY HALL

CHAPTER XVII—AIDEE—CAMILLA—HENNION

CHAPTER XVIII—T. M. SECOR—HENNION—CAMILLA



THE DELECTABLE MOUNTAINS
By Arthur Colton
1901



CONTENTS

THE PLACE OF THE ABANDONED GODS

THE LEATHER HERMIT

BLACK POND CLEARING

JOPPA

THE ELDER' SEAT

THE ROMANCE OF THE INSTITUTE

NAUSICAA

SANDERSON OF BACK MEADOWS

TWO ROADS THAT MEET IN SALEM

A VISIBLE JUDGMENT

THE EMIGRANT EAST

TOBIN'S MONUMENT

THE CONCLUSION BY THE WAYFARERS



CHAPTER XIX—CONCLUSION



TIOBA, AND OTHER TALES
By Arthur Colton
1903



CONTENTS

TIOBA

A MAN FOR A' THAT

THE GREEN GRASSHOPPER

THE ENEMIES

A NIGHT'S LODGING

ON EDOM HILL

SONS OF R. RAND

CONLON

ST CATHERINE'S

THE SPIRAL STONE

THE MUSIDORA SONNET



THE CRUISE OF THE VIOLETTA 50272
By Arthur Colton
1906



CONTENTS

CHAPTER I—DR. ULSWATER

CHAPTER II—MRS. MINK

CHAPTER III—AND THE TWENTY PATRIOTS

CHAPTER IV—THE TROPIC AND THE TEMPERATE

CHAPTER V—FIRST DOCUMENT. DR. ULSWATER'S NARRATIVE: FIRST ADVENTURE

CHAPTER VI—SECOND ADVENTURE

CHAPTER VII—THIRD ADVENTURE

CHAPTER VIII—PROFESSOR SIMPSON AGAIN

CHAPTER IX—CONCLUSION OF DR. ULSWATER'S FIRST MANUSCRIPT

CHAPTER X—SECOND DOCUMENT. DR. ULSWATER'S NARRATIVE CONTINUES: SUSANNAH

CHAPTER XI—RAM NAD

CHAPTER XII—RAM NAD CONTINUED

CHAPTER XIII—CONCLUSION OF DR. ULSWATER'S SECOND MANUSCRIPT

CHAPTER XIV—DR. ULSWATER'S NARRATIVE CONTINUES: THE ISLAND OF LUA

CHAPTER XV—SADLER

CHAPTER XVI—AT THE PALACE

CHAPTER XVII—MRS. ULSWATER TAKES ACTION

CHAPTER XVIII—CONCLUSION OF DR. ULSWATER'S THIRD MANUSCIPT

CHAPTER XIX—DR. ULSWATER'S NARRATIVE CONTINUES: THE MYSTERY OF GEORGIANA AND DELORES

CHAPTER XX—THE BALLAD OF GEORGIANA AND DELORES

FOOTNOTES BY JAMES ULSWATER.

CHAPTER XXI—SUSANNAH AND RAM NAD

CHAPTER XXII—CONCLUSION OF DR. ULSWATER'S LAST MANUSCIPT

CHAPTER XXIII—I RESUME THE NARRATIVE. THE PORTATE ULTIMATUM

CHAPTER XXIV—THE ARREST

CHAPTER XXV—MRS. ULSWATER'S INSURRECTION

CHAPTER XXVI—THE TRUCE

CHAPTER XXVII—ON BOARD THE VIOLETTA

CHAPTER XXVIII—HANNAH ATKINS

CHAPTER XXIX—MR. JAMISON

CHAPTER XXX—MR. DORCAS

CHAPTER XXXI—SUSANNAH—END OF THE VOYAGE OF THE VIOLETA

CHAPTER XXXII—ZIONVILLE

CHAPTER XXXIII—WILLIAM C. JONES AND LOUISA

CHAPTER XXXIV—AMBASSADORS FROM ZIONVILLE

CHAPTER XXXV—THE END



HARPS HUNG UP IN BABYLON 52456
By Arthur Colton
1907



CONTENTS

WEST-EASTERLY MORALITIES

THE CAPTIVE

THE PILGRIM

ALLAH'S TENT

THE POET AND THE FOUNTAIN

THE CHENEAUX ISLANDS

THE SHEPHERD AND THE KNIGHT

THE HERB OF GRACE

VERSES FROM "THE CANTICLE OF THE ROAD"

FAUSTINE

SOMETIME IT MAY BE

WHEN ALL THE BROOKS HAVE RUN AWAY

ONE HOUR

HEIRS OF TIME

WHO MAY WITH THE SHREWD HOURS STRIVE?

LET ME NO MORE A MENDICANT

CURARE SEPULTOS

TO-MORROW

SNOW

BY THE SEA

IN PORT TO-DAY

AS WE GROW OLD

WAYFARERS

THE HOUSE

SONNETS

THE HILLS

WORDSWORTH

THE WATER-LILY

THE THRUSH

THE ROMAN WAY

FOLLY

CONCERNING TABITHA'S DANCING OF THE MINUET

AN IDYL OF THE WOOD

PHYLLIS AND CORYDON

MAYING

TWO LITTLE MAIDS

TWENTY YEARS HENCE

WITHOUT THE GATE

ANCIEN M'SIEU PIERRE

CHRISTMAS EVE

THE CAROL SINGER

ARCADIE. I

ARCADIE. II

LAST YEAR'S NEST

EPILOGUE TO A BOOK OF UNIMPORTANT VERSES

FINIS





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